Needs Analysis for the Development of Electronic Story Calender Media to Improve Spirit of Nationalism

Ria Ambarsari, E Kus Eddy Sartono, Ali Mustadi, Enny Zubaidah, Winarni Jhon, Muhammad Akbar Rafsanzani

Abstract


This study aimed to identify and analyze instructional media that need to be developed and optimized for fifth-grade students in Elementary School in Seberang Ulu 2 districts in Palembang. This research implemented a mixed-method design with a qualitative and quantitative approach and the explanatory model. We distributed a questionnaire towards 121 students through Google Forms and also interviewed nine teachers and nine students. We found that: (1) regarding needs for the development instructional media to improve reading comprehension skills, 45% teachers agreed that it was very necessary and 64% students agreed that it was necessary, (2) regarding interest towards electronic story calendar media, 56% teachers agreed that it was interesting and 49% students agreed that it was very interesting, and (3) regarding needs for the development of electronic story calendar media about the national hero, 56% teachers agreed that it was very necessary and 50% students agreed that it was necessary.


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