Meningkatkan Kemampuan Motorik Halus Anak Melalui Metode Pemberian Tugas Menganyam Kertas Dan Melipat Kertas

Jurnal Ilmiah Iqra'

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Title Meningkatkan Kemampuan Motorik Halus Anak Melalui Metode Pemberian Tugas Menganyam Kertas Dan Melipat Kertas
 
Creator Utiarahman, Trimurti
 
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Description AbstrakPenelitian ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan penerapan metode pemberian tugas menganyam kertas dan melipat kertas (origami) yang dapat meningkatkan kemampuan motorik halus pada anak. Penelitian menggunakan rancangan penelitian tindakan kelas. Subjek penelitian ialah anak taman kanak-kanak kelompok B Raudatul Athfal Al-Mujahidin Tomohon, Sulawesi Utara yang berjumlah 16 orang. Pelaksanaan tindakan dilaksanakan dalam siklus berulang yang terdiri dari 4 tahap, yaitu perencanaan, pelaksanaan, observasi, dan refleksi. Jenis data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu kualitatif dan kuantitatif. Data kualitatif dianalisis menggunakan teknik kualitatif melalui tiga tahap yaitu reduksi data, paparan data, dan penyimpulan atau verifikasi data. Sedangkan, data kuantitatif dianalisis secara deskriptif menggunakan tabel frekuensi dan persentasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa metode pemberian tugas menganyam kertas dan melipat kertas (origami) dapat meningkatkan kemampuan motorik halus anak. Melalui pemberian tugas menganyam kertas dan melipat kertas (origami) ini motivasi belajar anak meningkat sehingga sangat mudah dapat meningkatkan kemampuan motorik halus anak. Oleh karena itu, metode penugasan menganyam dan melipat kertas (origami) dapat dijadikan bahan dalam menyusun desain pembelajaran khususnya pada anak taman kanak-kanak kelompok B.  Kata Kunci: kemampuan motorik halus, anak, menganyam kertas, melipat kertas AbstractThe aim of this research was to describe the application of the method of giving task with floating and folding paper (origami) which could increase the children’s fine motor skills. This study was conducted by used a class action research design. This research subjects were the children of the kindergarten group B Raudatul Athfal Al-Mujahidin Tomohon, North Sulawesi, which amounts to 16 people. The implementation of the actions was carried out in a repetitive cycle which consisting of 4 stages, namely planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The type of data which used in this study were qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative data were analyzed by using the qualitative techniques through three stages, namely data reduction, data exposure, and inference or data verification. Whereas, quantitative data were analyzed descriptively by using the frequency tables and percentages. The results showed that the method of giving task with floating and folding paper (origami) could increase the children's fine motor skills. Through giving the task of floating and folding paper (origami), the children’s learning motivation increased so it’s very easy to increasing the children's fine motor skills. Therefore, the method of giving task with floating and folding paper (origami) can be used as material in preparing the design of learning, especially in kindergarten children in group B.Keywords: fine motor skills, children, floating paper, folding paper
 
Publisher IAIN Manado
 
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Date 2018-12-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.iain-manado.ac.id/index.php/JII/article/view/901
10.30984/jii.v12i2.901
 
Source Jurnal Ilmiah Iqra'; Vol 12, No 2 (2018); 183-198
2541-2108
1693-5705
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.iain-manado.ac.id/index.php/JII/article/view/901/695
 
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