DEVELOPMENT MODELOF TRADITIONAL GAME (GONTENG) AS PHYSICAL EDUCATION LEARNING IN CHARACTER BUILDING FOR UPPER CLASS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Puput Widodo, Ibnu Prasetyo Widiyono, Yogi Ferdy Iriawan

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The study was conducted through two stages: (1) pre-development stage, which  includes; (a) review of relevant literature and research, and (b) field studies, (2) the development stage,which includes; (a) drafting, (b) validation expert, (c) testing of small-scale models, (d) testing large-scale models, and (e) of the final product.The small-scale tryout was conducted by involving 30 students of upper grades. The large-scale tryout was conducted by involving 130 students of upper grades. The data collecting instruments were an interview guideline, a questionnaire to assess characters of traditional games, a questionnaire to assess the traditional game development, a questionnaire for the assessment by the media expert, and a questionnaire for the evaluation by students. Based on the assessment by experts andteachers of physical, sports, and health education, it was  concluded that the developed models of traditional games were effective to be used in the learning for the students of upper grades.

Keywords

models, traditional games, characters, phsical

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