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READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY

Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah.

Abstract
The textbooks used in elementary school, as a component of the learning system, are expected to have a number of requirements that have been studied in multiliterate so that, in the end, the existing books can be used effectively, up to date, and technologically. This research aimed to determine the extent of the applicability of elementary school textbooks in the city of Semarang, seen from the multiliterate approach (multiliterate), which includes the effectiveness study on curriculum applications and teaching plans, content indicator applications, communication indicator application, creativity indicator application, and cosmetic book application from various scientific disciplines. The research design was carried out in a descriptive documentary regarding the readability of the elementary school textbooks in Semarang City, which was examined in multiliterate, covering these five aspects. The population consisted of textbooks used by the Elementary school students in the area of Semarang, and the research sample was two textbooks per class, comprising one compulsory textbook (from the Culture and Educational Ministry) and one supplementary textbook by certain parties; with the scope of the theme in the second quarter. Data sources included (1) textbooks, and (2) informants, namely Class Teachers, as a content expert and Media expert. Data were collected through documentary studies and interviews, which were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. The research results obtained, among others (1) integrated thematic book curriculum 2013, which was obliged to use by Kemdikbud Jakarta in the learning in elementary school, from class I to class VI, published by PT. Thursina Mediana Utama, Jakarta, has been had already high quality. On average, it has high effectiveness of curriculum and learning applicability, adequate content applicability, adequate effectiveness of communication process applicability, and high effectiveness of creative and cosmetics applicability. As a compulsory book, it has met the technical requirements of a textbook and is very representative for use as a textbook for students, especially elementary school students. (2) Elementary school learning supplementary textbooks published by Erlangga publisher, PT. Gelora Aksara Pratama printing and Yrama Widya Publisher, Jakarta, already have high quality as well. On average, it has high effectiveness of curriculum and learning applicability, adequate content applicability, adequate effectiveness of communication process applicability, and high effectiveness of creative and cosmetics applicability. As a supplementary book, it is sufficient to qualify as a student textbook in elementary school

Key words: Readability; Elementary School Textbooks; Multiliterate Study


 
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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. JCR. 2020; 7(19): 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037


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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. http://www.jcreview.com/?mno=3342 [Access: January 05, 2021]. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037


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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. JCR. 2020; 7(19): 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. JCR. (2020), [cited January 05, 2021]; 7(19): 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah (2020) READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. JCR, 7 (19), 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



Turabian Style

Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. 2020. READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (19), 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. "READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah. "READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.19 (2020), 9309-9329. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037



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Kustiono, Budiyono, Ella Rakhmawati, Ulfah Musdalifah (2020) READABILITY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS IN THE CITY OF SEMARANG THROUGH MULTILITERATION STUDY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (19), 9309-9329. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.19.1037