|Judul||:||Metacognitive Strategy Preview, Question, Read, Reflect, Recite,and Review. (PQ4R) In increasing interest in BACA Blended Learning in Junior High School (SMP)|
Abstract:- Reading is one of the important language skills that junior high school students have in today's digital age. Information on the development of science and technology that flows profusely in digital forms, requires the growth of high reading interest from junior high school students. The high interest in reading is characterized by the enthusiasm of students in wanting to understand reading material in a literal, inferential evaluative, and appreciative manner. This study aims to improve the reading ability of junior high school students through the Preview, Question, Read, Reflect, Recite, Review (PQ4R) based on blended learning strategies. Blended learning technology combines face-to-face and online learning activities in the process of reading and understanding reading material. The methods in experiments using digital reading material was read using the PQ4R metacognitive strategy. The results of the study indicate that students carry out reading activities (self-planning) with Preview and Question stages. Then, the students conduct reading monitoring (self-monitoring) with the three stages; Read, Reflect, and Recite. Finally, the students evaluate the progress of reading (self-evaluation) by conducting a review. Thus, it can be concluded that the students interest in reading increases by applying the blended learning based PQ4R metacognitive strategy.
Index Terms: Metacognitive Strategy, PQ4R, Reading Interest, Blended Learning.
|Tahun||:||2019||Media Publikasi||:||Jurnal Internasional|
|Kategori||:||Jurnal||No/Vol/Tahun||:||5 / 8 / 2019|
|PTN/S||:||Universitas Pakuan||Program Studi||:||PENDIDIKAN BAHASA DAN SASTRA INDONESIA|
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