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The Development of Multicultural Based Teaching Materials on the Observation Report Text for Student of Grade X SMA Negeri 1 Silinda
Nurhasanah Permata Sari Sembiring, Prof. Dr. Khairil Ansari, M.Pd., Dr. Mutsyuhito Solin, M.Pd.

Postgraduate Education of Language and Literature Indonesia
State University of Medan


Abstract

This study aims to produce multicultural-based teaching materials on observation reports text of student of class X SMA Negeri 1 Silinda. Research method used is Research and Development (R & D) which refers to Borg and Gall model. Product validation consists of two material experts and two product design experts. The subjects of this research trial consisted of 3 student for individual test, 9 students for small group test and 32 student for limited field test. Data on the quality of this development product were collected by interviews and questionnaires. Development research results show that: Material expert validation includes content feasibility with an average of 90,62% on very good criteria, feasibility of presentation with an average of 90,62% on very good criteria, and aspect of language with an average of 89,58% on very good criteria. Validation of materials design experts with an average of 89,58% on very good criteria. Teacher respons with an average of 87,50% on very good criteria. Individual trials with an average of 79,62% on either criterion. Small group trials with an average of 84,25% on very good criteria. Limited field tests with an average of 90,53% on very good criteria. This proves that the development materials based on multicultural is feasible, easy and effective to be used in teaching observation report text in class X Hig School.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development

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