Glitter (Guided Literation Movement) Model Development In Junior High School

Antonius Hariadi Sulistyono, Yari Dwikurnaningsih

Abstract


This research aims to describe and develop GLS SMP management at this time, its strengths and weaknesses, and the development of an effective GLS management model in SMP. This type of research is development research. Data collection methods use data triangulation (questionnaire, interview, documentation). Data were analyzed using qualitative descriptive techniques. The results of the research show: GLS SMP management is less effective at this time, the advantages of GLS SMP management at this time are that there is clarity of purpose, material, GLS time and the shortcomings are students' lack of interest in implementing GLS and are still at the habituation stage, and the model that researchers developed is called the Glitter SMP model with 3 GLS manuals supported by POAC GLS integrated ADDIE model. Model validation was carried out by experts with the results of the validation showing the Glitter SMP model was considered very feasible with an average score of 81.51. The model was tested on the GLS implementers of SMP Negeri 1 Bawen, Semarang Regency, Central Java with the average results of eligibility 84.09. The conclusion is that the Glitter SMP model can be applied effectively in the implementation of GLS in SMP. Implication of the Glitter SMP model is to increase knowledge in the field of developing the GLS SMP model with the hope that this model can be an example of an applicable, attractive and novelty GLS SMP model in SMP implementation.


Keywords


Model; Management; School Literacy Movement; Junior High School

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