Learning Object Kompetensi Menulis Sandhangan Mandaswara bagi Kelas X SMK N 6 Semarang


  • Dewi Amalia Burhani Universitas Negeri Semarang
  • Mujimin Mujimin Universitas Negeri Semarang


sandhangan mandaswara’s writing competence, Javanese script, learning materials


Javanese script learning often experiences gaps between targets and outcomes, especially in the writing competence of Sandhangan Mandaswara. The mistakes experienced by students lies in the writing rules of Sandhangan Mandaswara in writing words, sentences, and paragraphs. The purpose of this study is to describe the needs of students and teachers, arrange the prototype design of teaching materials, and describe the results of expert tests. The data sources of this research are grade X students of SMK N 6 Semarang, Javanese language teachers, and Javanese language lecturers. Data collection techniques were carried out using observation, interviews, questionnaires, and expert test assessment sheets. The results of the needs of students and teachers state that the need for additional books that are interesting and contain complete material to guide students in learning to write sandhangan mandaswara and can be a solution to overcome the difficulties experienced by students. Prototype design of instructional materials that were developed using the structure of instructional materials that have been restructured into a structure of teaching materials that were more detailed, simple, and complete, so as to produce a new structure that is used as a benchmark for compiling teaching materials that are developed. The structure of these basic teaching materials include; 1) learning objectives; 2) subject matter; 3) assessment. The results of the validation assessment of the material experts and users are divided into 3 aspects of the assessment. The relevance aspect gained an average value of 91.67% (very feasible), the consistency aspect gained an average of 86.11% (very feasible), the adequacy aspect gained an average value of 85.83% (very feasible). Conclusions from these aspects of the assessment obtained an average value of 87.25% with a very decent category. Then according to the 3 validators, the developed teaching material is very suitable for use in learning although it still needs revision to improve the quality of the teaching material.