Development of Nonsastra Writing Textbook Using a Genre Approach for Class VIII Students of Junior High School Based on Islamic Boarding School
This study aimed to: (1) produce non-literary writing textbooks using a genre approach for class VIII junior high school students based on a boarding school, (2) determine the feasibility of the developed product, and (3) determine the effectiveness of the developed product. The development of this textbook uses research and development (R&D) methods proposed by Borg and Gall model, which had been modified by Sugiyono. The Sugiyono's Research and Development model was then modified due to limited research time into the following steps: (1) problem identification, (2) collecting information, (3) product design, (4) product creation, (5) expert validation, (6) revise the product, (7) conduct a field test. The instrument of this development research was in the form of questionnaires, tests, and interviews guideline. The subjects of this development research were eighth-grade students of SMP Islam Darussalam. The results of this development research are in the form of non-literary writing textbooks using a genre approach for class VIII of junior high school students based in Islamic boarding schools. The textbooks were tested for feasibility by media experts, material experts, teachers and students as users of textbooks, with a score of 3.9 or a percentage of 78%, which means the textbooks are feasible to use. The results of the effectiveness test showed that the significance value was 0.042 or less than the 0.05 significance number, namely 0.202, meaning that there was a significant difference between the pretest and posttest in the experimental class and control class, so it was effectively used. The non-literary writing textbooks using a genre approach for class VIII SMP students based on Islamic boarding schools are feasible and effective to use.
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