Improving student achievement with smart sheets Media in islamic cultural history lesson at the Elevent grade students of mtsn tarusan

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Sasmini Sasmini

Abstract

To be able to learn something well, we
need to hear, see, ask questions about it, and
discuss it with others. Not only
that, teachers need to "do", which describe
something in their own way, showing for
example, tried to practice skills and tasks that
require p What Knowledge they have earned.
Problems to be studied in this research
are: a) How improve learning outcomes Islamic
cultural history through smart method in class XI
sheets MTsN Tarusan in July 2016? b) The steps
made in improving the learning outcomes of
students of Islamic cultural history?
This research is a Class Action Research
(PTK), as for the steps to be performed in this
PTK model developed by Kurt Lewin as
mentioned in Dikdasmen (2003: 18) that the
stages or so-called cycle (round) consists of four
components which cover : (A) planning, (b)
action / acting, (c) observation, (d) reflection.
Based on The results of learning activities that
have been conducted during the study, and based
on all the discussion and analysis that has been
done can be summed up as follows: Learning
with smart method sheets in Islamic cultural
history lesson positively in improving student
achievement that is marked by a mastery
learning students in learning,
namely (97.29%). Application of the
method school library media on learning history
of Islam have a positive effect, which can
increase students' motivation is indicated by an
average of 8 0 and from interviews stating that
students are interested and interested
deng a n cooperative methods Learning the
history of Islamic culture so that they become
motivated to learn.

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Sasmini, S. (2017). Improving student achievement with smart sheets Media in islamic cultural history lesson at the Elevent grade students of mtsn tarusan. Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Scholastic, 1(1), 154-163. https://doi.org/10.36057/jips.v1i1.295
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