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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Model Development Of Minangkabau Songket Weaving Training

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AUTHOR(S)

Ilham Zamil, Agusti Efi, Budiwirman3, UNP Padang, Indonesia

 

KEYWORDS

training, songket weaving, model development

 

ABSTRACT

This research is motivated because there is no reading material and guidance for learning Minangkabau Songket in West Sumatra. Since the activities of weavers are inherited only to the family lineage. The learning process is very traditional, namely through oral. Children who learn to weave are accompanied by weavers. Through oral learning, weaving songket is inherited. This makes the learning process of songket weaving disturbed. If there are no weavers, weaving learning cannot be carried out automatically. What if there are no more instructors/weavers? There is no kind of written document that can help craftsmen in weaving cloth. Similarly, the West Sumatra songket learning guide for the next generation. There is no reading material for the next generation of West Sumatra songket woven. The method used in this study is research and development. In research and development methods used is the 4-D model. This method and model was chosen because it aims to produce the Development of Minangkabau Songket Weaving Training Models.The results of the development have produced Minangkabau Songket Weaving Training models through the four-D development model. The produced Minangkabau Songket Weaving Training model has a level: Validity of Model book 0.72 classified as valid, the validity of the instructor book 0.87 is very valid and the craftsman book 0.76 is valid. The practicality of the model book is 70, 56 and classified as practical, the practicality of the instructional book is 70.37 and is classified as practical and the effectiveness of the craft book is 72, 89 and it is effective.

 

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