Literation Learning in Journal Activities (Qualitative Study of Children 5-6 Years Old in Karakter Kindergarten Depok in 2018)


Authors : Dr. Moch. Asmawi, M.Pd, Dr. Hapidin, M.Pd, Yudha Aviratri.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 1 - January

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Abstract : The purpose of this qualitative study is to obtain an overview of Literacy learning data in journal activities on Children aged 5-6 in Karakter Kindergarten Depok in 2018. This study used a qualitative research method case study with data sources of children aged 5-6 years using instruments observation, interviews and distributing questionnaires or questionnaires directly. The analysis of the data is by collecting data, analyzing and making conclusions. The results of this study are that journal activities improve literacy learning in children, namely reading and writing which can be used as academic provision to the next level, in the implementation of the journal activities make positive impact for children including children like literacy activities such as reading and writing so they have a good imagination, this can not be separated from the support of teachers who provide assistance and motivation.

Keywords : Literacy, Journal, and Qualitative.

The purpose of this qualitative study is to obtain an overview of Literacy learning data in journal activities on Children aged 5-6 in Karakter Kindergarten Depok in 2018. This study used a qualitative research method case study with data sources of children aged 5-6 years using instruments observation, interviews and distributing questionnaires or questionnaires directly. The analysis of the data is by collecting data, analyzing and making conclusions. The results of this study are that journal activities improve literacy learning in children, namely reading and writing which can be used as academic provision to the next level, in the implementation of the journal activities make positive impact for children including children like literacy activities such as reading and writing so they have a good imagination, this can not be separated from the support of teachers who provide assistance and motivation.

Keywords : Literacy, Journal, and Qualitative.

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