Chemistry Teaching Strategy (Cross Interests) Through Modified Leaderless Group Discussion (LGD)

  • Esdi Pangganti SMA Negeri 4 Muara Teweh
Keywords: Cross Interest Chemistry, Modification of Leaderless Group Discussion (LGD), Exhibition Stand

Abstract

Chemistry subjects are often considered difficult subjects in the natural sciences (IA) majors, even more so if they are given in the social sciences majors (IIS) as cross-interest subjects. The average student scored below the minimum completeness criteria (KKM), which is 75. In addition students look less active and do not have good motivation. This is possible because students feel that chemistry is a cross-interest subject, which has no significant influence on the direction of the social sciences (IIS). This phenomenon can be observed when the PBM process takes place some students seem less interested and cannot focus themselves on learning the material being studied, as well as during the discussion process students tend not to be involved and have a low response. One of the success of the teaching and learning process is determined by the teaching model or method, namely how the teacher delivers the material to be taught. Leaderless Group Discussion is a group discussion without the appointment of a leader, which allows each group member to manifest his potential, modified like an Exhibition Stand Guard. In this simulation one can observe the ability of a person to direct and lead a group, the ability to explain ideas so that they can be accepted by others, the ability to determine, etc. The results of the application of learning with the Modified Leaderless Group Discussion (LGD) approach can increase the participation of class XI students majoring in Social Sciences (IIS) in learning Cross-Interest Chemistry reached 88.69% with completeness reaching 89.66% (26 people).

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Author Biography

Esdi Pangganti, SMA Negeri 4 Muara Teweh

SMA Negeri 4 Muara Teweh, Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia

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Published
2018-12-31
How to Cite
[1]
Pangganti, E. 2018. Chemistry Teaching Strategy (Cross Interests) Through Modified Leaderless Group Discussion (LGD). Jurnal Ilmiah Kanderang Tingang. 9, 2 (Dec. 2018), 143-149. DOI:https://doi.org/10.37304/jikt.v9i2.13.