PEMBELAJARAN TENTANG PERSENTASE DENGAN BATERAI HANDPHONE DI KELAS V SD NEGERI 119 PALEMBANG

Chika Rahayu, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri

Abstract


The purpose of this study to determine the extent to which students' understanding in percent material by using the context of mobile phone batteries. The subject of the research is the fourth grade students of SD N 119 Palembang 31 pupils and with different ability, the method in this research uses research design research method as the right tool to reach the goal, this research using realistic mathematics education approach. The results of this study indicate that 20% of students can solve the problem percent to gradually difficult, while 80% of students have not arrived at the problem with a difficult stage. From the research students are easier to understand the percent by using mobile phone battery as the context and modeling mathematics of the model bar.

Tujuan dari penelitian ini untuk mengukur sejauh mana pemahaman siswa dalam materi persen dengan menggunakan konteksbaterai handphone. Subjek penelitian adalah siswa kelas IV SD N 119 Palembang sebanyak 31 siswa yang mempunyai kemampuan berbeda, metode mengenai penelitian ini menggunakan metode penelitian design research sebagai sarana yang tepat untuk mencapai tujuan, penelitian iini menggunakan pendekatan pendidikan matematika realistik. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa 20% siswa bisa menyelesaikan persoalan persen sampai ketahap susah, sedangkan 80% siswa belum sampai pada penyelesaian soal dengan tahap susah. Dari penelitian tersebut siswa lebih mudah memahami persen dengan menggunakan baterai handphone sebagai konteks dan pemodelan matematika dari model bar.



Keywords


baterai sebagai media, battery as learning media, design research, matematika realistic, realistic mathematics, riset desain.

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