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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Model-Based Keyword Success Learning (Bksl): Increased Computer Practicum Learning Competency

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AUTHOR(S)

Fauzan Putraga Al Bahri, Jhony Syafwadhinata

 

KEYWORDS

based on keyword successs learning (BKSL), learning competency, practicum.

 

ABSTRACT

Method Based Keyword Success Learning (BKSL) is learning based on the application of keywords in understanding learning material on computer use. In this learning method the application of BSKL involves media and techniques consisting of games; debate; discussion; story; film; conversation; and vocabulary, the type of learning media most interested by AMIK Indonesia students is the game with a score of 4.07 with very capable information, and followed by the use of films with a score of 3.73, vocabulary with a score of 3.50, and debates, conversations, stories, and discussions with score 2.82 with sufficient information. The use of game and film media can facilitate students in understanding English conversation which indirectly adds to the vocabulary of each individual student, in practicum learning with a variety of computer uses can help AMIK Indonesia students in operating computers in practicum activities.

 

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