The Effectiveness of Students’ Worksheet Based on Multiple Representations to Increase Science Process Skills
AbstractThis research aimed to analyze the effectiveness of students’ worksheet based on multiple representations to enhance science process skill of students class VII of Junior High School. It was a quasi-experiment research with non-equivalent control group design. The population was students class VII of State Junior High School 3 in Langsa for academic year of 2017/2018. The students of class VII-1 and VII-2 were selected as sample by using simple random sampling technique. Data were collected using observation sheet for science process skill. The effectiveness of students’ worksheet based on multiple representations was seen by their science process skill analyzed from the average score for n-Gain and independent sample T test. The results showed that there was any differences for average score of n-Gain and significant value between class of control and experiment. Therefore, the students’ worksheet based on multiple representations was effective to be used in order to increase students’ science process skill.
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