Constructing Video-based Situated Learning Activities to Improve Student’s Listening Achievment

Reza Fandana, Muhammad Sukirlan, Flora Flora


Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mencari tahu i) apakah semua prinsip dari pembelajaran situasional berbasis video bisa di implementasikan, ii) untuk mencari tahu apakah ada peningkatan pencapaian mendengar siswa yang signifikan setelah diajarkan menggunakan pembangunan aktivitas pembelajaran situasional berbasis video. Penelitian menggunakan metode kualitatif dan kuantitatif. Subjek dari penelitian ini adalah 20 siswa X akuntansi 2 di SMKN 1 Simpang Pematang. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa i) prinsip dalam pembelajaran situasional berbasis video bisa diaplikasikan. Hal ini dibuktikan dengan hasil dari centang pengamatan, ii) terdapat peningkatan yang signifikan setelah diajarkan menggunakan pembangunan aktifitas pembelajaran situasional berbasis video. Hal ini dibuktikan dari hasil dari pair sample t-test . Nilai signifikan adalah 0.00. Seperti yang diketahui, jika p < 0.05 maka dianggap signifikan. Adapun saran untuk guru agar memilih topik yang sesuai.

The objectives of the study are to find out i) whether all the principles of video-based situated learning could be covered in the implementation, ii) To find out whether there was a significant improvement of students' listening achievement after being taught through the constructed video-based situated learning activities. The research used a qualitative and quantitative method. The subject was 20 students of X accounting 2 in SMKN 1 Simpang Pematang. The result showed that i) principle in video-based situated learning in listening can be applied. It was proven by the result of the observation checklist, ii) there is a significant improvement after being taught through the constructed video-based situated learning activities. It was proven from the result of the result of pair sample t-test. The significance value (2-tailed) was 0.00. As known, it is considered significant if p < 0.05. iii). Therefore, it is suggested for the teacher to pick an appropriate topic.

Keywords: Listening achievement, video-based learning, video-based situated learning.

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