The Development E-Module Based on Contextual Approach Assisted by Next Flipbook Maker in Old Poetry Learning to Improve Literacy for Grade V Elementary School Students

  • Erna Kusumawati Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Sri Utaminingsih Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Mohamad Kanzunudin Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
Keywords: E-module, contextual teaching and learning approach, literacy

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop media, to determine the feasibility and effectiveness of the Next Flipbook maker-assisted e-module in increasing students' literacy. Data collection techniques used are test techniques, interviews, and questionnaires. While the data obtained in this study in the form of quantitative and qualitative data including learning observations, product validation, and student interest in learning. The data sources in this study were fifth grade students and elementary school teachers in Kradenan District, Grobogan Regency. The e-module development design assisted by Next Flipbook maker and which has been developed by researchers consists of 3 parts, namely planning, process and content. The feasibility of the product is seen from the validation results of material experts, media experts and linguists. From the material expert validation process, the average results obtained are 3.47 with a percentage of 86.75% in the very appropriate category, media expert validation obtains an average result of 3.83, a percentage of 95.75% in the very feasible category, and the validation of linguists obtains the results an average of 3.45 percentage 86.25% with a very decent category. Furthermore, the products developed can improve students' scientific literacy skills. This is indicated by student learning outcomes that reach a 99% completeness level with a very high category. Based on the validation results and strengthened by student learning outcomes, the e-module assisted by Next Flipbook maker is effectively used as a learning medium to improve the scientific literacy skills of fifth grade students in Kradenan District, Grobogan Regency. Furthermore, the e-module media assisted by Next Flipbook maker was applied to the experimental class to determine the effectiveness of the developed product. The results of the product effectiveness test in improving critical thinking skills, the results of the Paired Samples T-Test test from the control class data with the experimental class, seen from the significance (2 tailed) showed results <0.05 i.e 0.000. Thus, it can be decided that Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected, meaning that there is a difference between the control class and the experimental class. The development of e-module media assisted by Next Flipbook maker is effective in improving students' literacy skills.

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Published
2022-07-13
How to Cite
Kusumawati, E., Utaminingsih, S., & Kanzunudin, M. (2022). The Development E-Module Based on Contextual Approach Assisted by Next Flipbook Maker in Old Poetry Learning to Improve Literacy for Grade V Elementary School Students. Asian Journal of Assessment in Teaching and Learning, 12(2), 35-44. https://doi.org/10.37134/ajatel.vol12.2.4.2022