The implementation of scientific approach for teaching prism and pyramid in MTSN Model Banda Aceh

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Rahmi Keumalasari Suryawati Suryawati Salasi R

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The method of learning math that still use conventional learning causes difficulties for students to understand the lessons and their learning outcomes tend to be low. In addition, students are not enthusiastic and as a result, many students are not good in learning process. One of the learning methods mandated by Curriculum 2013 and can be used in teaching and learning is the scientific approach. This method includes observing, asking question, collecting information, associating and communicating. The purpose of this research are 1) to determine student’s learning outcomes in prism and pyramid by using the scientific approach in class VIII-6 MTsN Model Banda Aceh,2) to determine the ability of the teacher in managing the class by using the scientific approach in class VIII-6 MTsN Model Banda Aceh,3) to determine the student’s response by using the scientific approach in class VIII-6 MTsN Model Banda Aceh. This research is a descriptive research, a mix of quantitative and qualitative approaches. The subjects were 36 students of class VIII-6 MTsN Model Banda Aceh. The data collection was done by post-test, observing the ability of the teacher, and students’ responses. The conclusionsare 1) student’s learning outcomes in prism and pyramid by using the scientific approach in the class has successfully reached 94.44%, 2) the ability of the teacher in managing the class by using the scientific approach is quite good, and 3) the students’ responses by using the scientific approach in the class is positive.

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KEUMALASARI, Rahmi; SURYAWATI, Suryawati; R, Salasi. The implementation of scientific approach for teaching prism and pyramid in MTSN Model Banda Aceh. Proceedings of English Education International Conference, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 479-482, nov. 2016. ISSN 2527-8037. Available at: <http://capeu.unsyiah.ac.id/proceedings/index.php/eeic/article/view/93>. Date accessed: 23 june 2018.
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