Analysis of Learning Outcomes Using the Audio Visual Assisted Demonstration Method in Class III E SDK Citra Bangsa students
The research method is descriptive qualitative. This study consisted of two stages, namely interviews and questionnaires. This research was conducted at Citra Bangsa Christian Elementary School. The subjects in this study were students of class III E with a total of 22 students consisting of 9 male students and 13 female students. The test results were carried out with a demonstration method that is questionnaire distribution to students. In this study based on the questionnaire answers given to students obtained the results of the questionnaire calculation there are 4 categories namely: Strongly Agree (SS), Agree (S), Disagree (TS) and Strongly disagree (STS). Of the 22 respondents who answered each item by achieving a score of strongly agree 98 (44.00%), agreed the total score was 67 (30.45%), disagreed with a score of 24 (10.90%) and strongly disagreed the score 11 (2 , 42%) respondents. Thus it can be concluded that audio visual learning media is appropriate to be used as a medium in the learning process
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