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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 674-680


Developing the Choir Learning Model for Teaching College Students

Eben Haezarni Telaumbanua, Abdul Muin Sibuea, Harun Sitompul.

Abstract
This research is motivated by the problem of not fulfilling student competence and the ineffective learning of the choir subject. The purpose of this research is to develop an effective and meaningful learning model that can improve student competence and encourage students to be creative. The development of this model is carried out in the choir subject. This type of research is research and development (R & D). The validity of the WICDIE learning model development is measured by using several instruments. The instrument validation sheet for syntax constructs is used to measure the quality of the construct from the syntax of the WICDIE learning model in the Choir subject. Based on the results of the validation, the syntax of WICDIE learning model revised so as to produce six steps of syntax, namely: 1) Warming up, 2) Introduction, 3) Concept, 4) Drill (Exercises), 5) implementation, 6) Evaluation (Assessment).

Key words: Developing a learning model, product, choir subject



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