Gestur Siswa Operasional Konkret dalam Menyelesaikan Tugas Generalisasi Pola

Mu'jizatin Fadiana

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Penelitian deskriptif kualitatif ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan gestur yang dihasilkan oleh siswa tahap operasional konkret dalam menyelesaikan tugas generalisasi pola. Gestur siswa dibatasi pada tiga jenis, yaitu; gestur menunjuk, gestur representasional dan gestur menulis. Penelitian dilakukan di SMP di Kabupaten Tuban Jawa Timur Kelas VII. Pemilihan subjek penelitian menggunakan instrumen tes kemampuan berpikir logis. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa siswa operasional konkret menggunakan gestur menunjuk, gestur representasional dan gestur menulis. Gestur menunjuk lebih sering digunakan siswa dalam menyelesaikan tugas generalisasi pola. Gestur siswa muncul sebelum ucapan, bersamaan dengan ucapan, setelah ucapan, maupun tanpa ucapan. Gestur berfungsi untuk mengarahkan perhatian pada aspek penting dalam gambar pola, menunjukkan posisi sesuatu dalam soal, menarik, memusatkan, dan mempertahankan perhatian pada aspek penting yang sedang dibicarakan, mengongkritkan sesuatu yang sedang dipikirkan, serta menuntun atau mengarahkan proses berpikir.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33387/dpi.v10i1.2624

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