Penerapan Instruksi pada Tahap Conclusion di Pembelajaran Guided Inquiry untuk Meningkatkan Kemampuan Menemukan dan Menghubungkan Konsep

Novasari Widiasti, Nurmiyati Nurmiyati, Sri Widoretno


The research aims to increase the ability to find and connect the concepts of learners by implementing
instruction in the conclusion of Guided Inquiry learning. The research is a classroom action research with 2
cycles. The research procedure consists of plan, implementation, observation and reflection. The subjects of
the research were 40 high school students. Data obtained from observation, interview, documentation and test
that used concept map to measuring ability to find and connect the concept. Data of the research are result of
observation, result of test thats calculation score of concept map based on expert concept map, result of
interview and documentation. Validity test of data used triangulation method. Analysis data techniques are
datareduction, data presentation and conclusion. The result showed the ability of find and connect concept
based on concept map scores on Pre-Cycle have range ie 2,1%-22,2% and the average of concept map score
was  5,1% with 11 learners scoring above average. The concept map scores on Cycles I have range ie 5,6%74,5%





scoring above average. Based on the result can conclude that implementing instruction in the
conclusion of Guided Inquiry learning increase the ability to find and connect the concepts based on concept
map score of learnersfrom the Cycles I to Cycles II.


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