The Application of the CTL Model for Junior High School Students in Social Studies in Grade VII Students

Famie Darmawan, Rusijono Rusijono, Bachtiar Bachtiar

Abstract


Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) is the solution to this problem. students will be more active in learning in class and to improve their learning outcomes. While students who use the CTL model, will be active in the retaliation process because the material used is related to real situations and conditions, this research is a type of quasiexperimental research that uses research designs True Experimental Design,, because of the other known group of experiments and participate get observation. The author takes a study of inter-class populations to find out the results of learning. In this case the students of class VII A and VII B at Sunan Ampel Middle School, but class VII B only as a control class. Data collection techniques in this study used observation and tests. Based on student learning outcomes in the application of the Contextual Teaching Learning (CTL) data learning model, the pretest value was 68.52 while the post-test learning outcomes increased to 80.24. In line with this, the t test with a significance level of 5% db = 25 l = 24 so that t-tabcl 2.797, and t count 5.89 are obtained. This is greater than t table, so it can be concluded that the learning model of Contextual Teaching Learning (CTL) affects the increase in learning outcomes of class VII students in social studies subjects in the material of social interaction in Sunan Ampel Menganti Middle School.


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