Inclusion Teaching Style in Improving Learning Outcomes of Forehand Drive Table Tennis in Junior High School

INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review

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Title Inclusion Teaching Style in Improving Learning Outcomes of Forehand Drive Table Tennis in Junior High School
Gaya Mengajar Inklusi dalam Meningkatkan Hasil Belajar Pukulan Forehand Drive Tenis Meja pada Siswa Sekolah Menengah Pertama.
 
Creator Rizky, Vicky
Damanik, Suryadi
Siregar, Samsuddin
 
Subject inclusion teaching
Forehand Drive Learning Results
 
Description The purpose of the study. To determine the magnitude of increase in learning outcomes obtained forehand drive class VIII SMP Negeri 9 Binjai 2019/2020 through inclusion of teaching styles.
Materials and methods. The sample in this study were 38 students of class VIII. To analyze the data in this study and to find out the results seen from the students' completeness individually and classically. The research method used is a classroom action research method. In this study, a learning outcome test was carried out in the form of a portfolio, with the inclusive teaching style method, then a learning outcome test was held in cycle I and cycle II in the form of performing the basic technique of Forehand Drive Punch.
Results. The results of the initial tests conducted on class VIII students of SMP N 9 Binjai. Of the 38 students there were 11 students (27.64%) who had reached the level of mastery learning with an average value of student learning outcomes of 64.90%. The results of the first cycle, there were 19 students (50%) of 38 students, who had reached the level of completeness of learning with an average value of student learning outcomes 68.41%. In cycle II there are 33 students (86.84%) of 38 students who have reached the level of learning completeness with an average value of 80.04.
Conclusions. The results of the initial tests of student learning to do the first cycle and the second cycle increased, danpat said through inclusion style of teaching can improve student learning outcomes.
The purpose of the study. To determine the magnitude of increase in learning outcomes obtained forehand drive class VIII SMP Negeri 9 Binjai 2019/2020 through inclusion of teaching styles.
Materials and methods.  The sample in this study were 38 students of class VIII. To analyze the data in this study and to find out the results seen from the students' completeness individually and classically. The research method used is a classroom action research method. In this study, a learning outcome test was carried out in the form of a portfolio, with the inclusive teaching style method, then a learning outcome test was held in cycle I and cycle II in the form of performing the basic technique of Forehand Drive Punch.
Results.  The results of the initial tests conducted on class VIII students of SMP N 9 Binjai. Of the 38 students there were 11 students (27.64%) who had reached the level of mastery learning with an average value of student learning outcomes of 64.90%. The results of the first cycle, there were 19 students (50%) of 38 students, who had reached the level of completeness of learning with an average value of student learning outcomes 68.41%. In cycle II there are 33 students (86.84%) of 38 students who have reached the level of learning completeness with an average value of 80.04.




Conclusions.  The results of the initial tests of student learning to do the first cycle and the second cycle increased, danpat said through inclusion style of teaching can improve student learning outcomes.
 
Publisher INSPIREE & DPE Universitas Pahlawan
 
Date 2021-01-27
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://inspiree.review/index.php/inspiree/article/view/33
10.53905/inspiree.v2i1.33
 
Source INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review; Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January; 53-72
2746-6965
2774-2520
10.53905/inspiree.v2i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://inspiree.review/index.php/inspiree/article/view/33/28
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Vicky Rizky, Suryadi Damanik, Samsuddin Siregar
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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