Reading Literacy Comics: Innovative Learning Media on the Theme of Energy and Its Changes
Keywords:Learning media, Comics, Reading Literacy
The use of learning media by teachers in the learning process is currently not helping students in learning activities. The purpose of this research is to develop Reading Literacy Comic Learning Media on the theme of energy and its changes. This type of research is development research using the ADDIE model. The subjects of this study were 1 learning material expert, and 1 learning media expert. The test subjects were 2 teachers and 13 class III students. Methods of data collection using observation, interviews, literature studies, and questionnaires. The questionnaire is used to obtain an expert's assessment. The instrument used in collecting data is a questionnaire sheet. The technique used for data analysis is descriptive qualitative and quantitative analysis. The result of the research is the assessment given by the content expert which is 96.91% (very good). The results of the assessment given by learning media experts were 88.95% very good). The result of the practicality test by the teacher was 93.74% so the qualification was very practical. The test results from students get a score of 95.32% so they get very good qualifications. Based on this, it can be concluded that reading literacy comic learning media is very good and suitable for use in learning.
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