PENGGUNAAN PENDEKATAN WRITING TO TEACH YANG DIMODIFIKASI UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KETERAMPILAN BERARGUMENTASI CALON GURU KIMIA

Dewi Nurdiyanti, Anna Permanasari, Sri Mulyani, Hernani Hernani

Abstract


Keterampilan berargumentasi adalah keterampilan yang harus dimiliki oleh mahasiswa untuk mendukung keterampilan berpikir kritis yang merupakan salah satu keterampilan abad 21. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk meningkatkan keterampilan berargumentasi mahasiswa calon guru kimia pada materi elektrokimia melalui perkuliahan kimia sekolah menggunakan pendekatan writing to teach (WtT) yang dimodifikasi. Penelitian melibatkan 20 orang mahasiswa calon guru kimia semester 5. Data keterampilan berargumentasi diperoleh melalui tes keterampilan berargumentasi sebelum dan sesudah pembelajaran. Data respon mahasiswa terhadap penggunaan pendekatan WtT yang dimodifikasi diperoleh melalui wawancara. Data dianalisis menggunakan uji N-gain untuk menilhat peningkatan keterampilan berargumentasi dan uji t untuk melihat perbedaan keterampilan berargumentasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa keterampilan berargumentasi mahasiswa meningkat dan mahasiswa menyatakan bahwa kegiatan-kegiatan dalam pendekatan WtT yang dimodifikasi dapat membantu meningkatkan keterampilan berargumentasi.


Keywords


Keterampilan berargumentasi, writing to teach, elektrokimia.

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