Rina Wulandari
Universitas Negeri Semarang, Kampus Sekaran Gunungpati Semarang

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MODEL PENGEMBANGAN NASKAH AUDIO LAGU UNTUK MELATIH PENCAPAIAN PERKEMBANGAN MUSIK PADA ANAK USIA 4 - 6 TAHUN Wulandari, Rina
Harmonia: Journal of Arts Research and Education Vol 12, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Department of Drama, Dance, and Musik (Sendratasik), Semarang State University

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Masalah dalam penelitian adalah belum adanya model pengembangan media audio untuk melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik di Kelompok Bermain. Berdasarkan masalah yang ada maka rumusan masalah penelitian yaitu bagaimanakah model pengembangan media audio yang dapat melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik anak usia Kelompok Bermain. Tujuan pengembangan ini adalah untuk mengetahui model pengembangan media audio yang dapat melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik anak usia Kelompok Bermain. Model pengembangan produk media dikhususkan untuk menentukan langkah-langkah maupun jenis kegiatan dari analisis kebutuhan, desain, pengembangan, evaluasi, dan implementasi produk penelitian ini. The problem dealt with in this research is the absence of audio media development model used to elicit children’s musical aptitude in a play group. Accordingly, the problem formulated in this research is how the development model of audio media could improve children’s musical aptitude. The goal of this research is to find out how the development model of audio media could improve the children’s musical aptitude. This model is specified to determine stages as well as kinds of activities in terms of need analysis, design, aptitude development, evaluation, and implementation of the research product.
ALIH KODE DALAM DIALOG NOVEL SURGA YANG TAK DIRINDUKAN KARYA ASMA NADIA Wulandari, Rina; Marmanto, Sri; Sumarlam, Sumarlam
PRASASTI: Journal of Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

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The objectives of this research are to explain: (1) the forms of code switching in a dialogue of novel Surga yang Tak Dirindukan, (2) the factors influencing of code switching in a dialogue of novel Surga yang Tak Dirindukan, (3) the functions of code switching in a dialogue of novel Surga yang Tak Dirindukan. The research employed a Poplack’s sociolinguistics approach. The research using qualitative descriptive method. The data obtained from the dialogue of novel, then were analyzed by using the communicative ethnographic approach by considering the existing speech context, namely: speech components. The data of the research included speech dialogue in a novel there were code switching. The data collection of the  research began by determining of novel, documentation technique, classification technique, and coding of data technique. Then, using ethnographic method with domain analysis technique, taxonomic analysis technique, componential analysis technique, and cultural of themes analysis technique. The data were validated using the triangulation technique and analyzed by means of the Spradley model of analysis.  The result of the research shows that the forms of code switching are tag switching, intra-sentential code switching, and inter-sentential code switching through the use of declarative, imperative, and interrogative sentences. Tag switching consists of 24 data, intra-sentential code switching consists of 12 data, and inter-sentential consists of 49 data. The factors influencing the code switching in a dialogue of novel include to quoting others’ speech and being  disposed for adjusting the language used with interlocutor. Finally, the functions of the code switching are to establish  a good communication and to confirm the addressors’ speech. The conclusion of the research is inter sentential code switching most often appears with a percentage 57,6%, then tag switching is 28,2%, and the last is intra sentential code switching  14,1%. The factors influencing the code switching most often appears is Ends factor in a inter sentential code switching with percentage 24,7% and rarely appears is a act sequence factors in a tag switching with percentage 2,3%. And the last the functions of code switching most often appears to convince the hearer functions in a inter sentential code switching with percentage 12,9%, then never appears to respect hearer functions and to change situation or humor functions  in a inter sentential code switching 0% Keywords: code switching, sociolinguistic study, Poplack’s sociolinguistics approach, Surga yang Tak Dirindukan
MODEL PENGEMBANGAN NASKAH AUDIO LAGU UNTUK MELATIH PENCAPAIAN PERKEMBANGAN MUSIK PADA ANAK USIA 4 - 6 TAHUN Wulandari, Rina
Harmonia: Journal of Arts Research and Education Vol 12, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Department of Drama, Dance and Music, FBS, Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/harmonia.v12i2.2523

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Masalah dalam penelitian adalah belum adanya model pengembangan media audio untuk melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik di Kelompok Bermain. Berdasarkan masalah yang ada maka rumusan masalah penelitian yaitu bagaimanakah model pengembangan media audio yang dapat melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik anak usia Kelompok Bermain. Tujuan pengembangan ini adalah untuk mengetahui model pengembangan media audio yang dapat melatih pencapaian perkembangan bermain musik anak usia Kelompok Bermain. Model pengembangan produk media dikhususkan untuk menentukan langkah-langkah maupun jenis kegiatan dari analisis kebutuhan, desain, pengembangan, evaluasi, dan implementasi produk penelitian ini. The problem dealt with in this research is the absence of audio media development model used to elicit children’s musical aptitude in a play group. Accordingly, the problem formulated in this research is how the development model of audio media could improve children’s musical aptitude. The goal of this research is to find out how the development model of audio media could improve the children’s musical aptitude. This model is specified to determine stages as well as kinds of activities in terms of need analysis, design, aptitude development, evaluation, and implementation of the research product.
PENERAPAN PENDEKATAN RME DENGAN MEDIA KONKRET UNTUK MENINGKATKAN PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA TENTANG BANGUN RUANG PADA SISWA KELAS V SDN JATIMALANG TAHUN AJARAN 2015/2016 Wulandari, Rina
KALAM CENDEKIA PGSD KEBUMEN Vol 4, No 5.1 (2016): KALAM CENDEKIA PGSD KEBUMEN (EDISI KHUSUS)
Publisher : KALAM CENDEKIA PGSD KEBUMEN

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 Abstract. The Use of Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) Approach Using Concrete Objects in Improving Mathematics Learning about Three-Dimensional Shape for the Fifth Grade Students of SD Negeri Jatimalang in the Academic Year of 2015/2016. The objectives of this research is to improve Mathematics learning about three-dimensional shape in the application of using RME approach using concrete objects. This research is a collaborative Classroom Action Research (CAR) conducted within three cycles. Each cycle consisted of planning, action, observation, and reflection. The results of this research showed that the application of using RME approach using concrete objects can improve Mathematics learning about three-dimensional shape for the fifth grade students of SD Negeri Jatimalang in the academic year of 2015/2016.Keywords: RME, concrete objects, three-dimensional shapeAbstrak. Penerapan Pendekatan Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) dengan Media Konkret untuk Meningkatkan Pembelajaran Matematika tentang Bangun Ruang pada Siswa Kelas V SD N Jatimalang Tahun Ajaran 2015/2016. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk meningkatkan pembelajaran matematika tentang bangun ruang dengan menerapkan pendekatan RME dengan media konkret. Penelitian Tindakan Kelas dilaksanakan dalam tiga siklus terdiri dari perencanaan, pelaksanaan, observasi, refleksi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan penerapan pendekatan RME dengan media konkret dapat meningkatkan pembelajaran matematika tentang bangun ruang. Persentase ketuntasan siswa pada siklus I = 89,29%, siklus II = 91,08% dan siklus III = 96,28%. Simpulan penelitian ini adalah penerapan pendekatan RME dengan media konkret dapat meningkatkan pembelajaran matematika tentang bangun ruang pada siswa kelas V SD N Jatimalang tahun ajaran 2015/2016.Kata kunci: RME, Media Konkret, Bangun Ruang
KATA·DAN MUSIKDALAM KEGIATAN BERMAIN SEBUAH AKTIVITAS YANG MENDORONG PERKEMBANGAN OTAK PADA ANAK USIA DINI Wulandari, Rina
MAJALAH ILMIAH PEMBELAJARAN No 1 (2007): Jurnal Majalah Ilmiah Pembelajaran Edisi Mei 2007
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There are many forms of children 's game in early childhoodeducation. Many of them give children advantages specifically inbrain development.To children, playing is a serious bu1 fim thing. MW!Y works are donethrough playing. Children choose to play not in the purpose ofcomplements or presents but merely beca:1se ii is fun. Playing is themain instrument to exercise for their gro1tth. Playing is a medium,where students make experiments, not only in their mind but for real.Whenever children play freely in their own willingness and capaciry,they are exercising.Playing with music that is intended to introduce language tochildren is one example ofjoyfal learning. This paper briefly exp/Jintechniques on joyful learning that in the end is expected w bringadvantage for children's development as the author stated above.
PENGEMBANGAN MEDIA AUDIO LAGU ANAK USIA 4-6 TAHUN DI LEMBAGA PAUD AN-NURR Wulandari, Rina
MAJALAH ILMIAH PEMBELAJARAN No 1 (2011): Jurnal Majalah Ilmiah Pembelajaran Edisi Mei 2011
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Teachers as one of the stimulators of music in children is supposed toprovide stimulation in accordance with the stages of childdevelopment. Related to this, the observations obtained in the field ofhuman resources issues that early childhood teachers in the field of artmusic in general, causing minimal experience obstacles whenintroducing the song in children. This study tries to answer questionsrelated to the field of media development need for the audio track ofchildren. The research approach using a model of developmentrecording music using cool edit pro from Purwacandra (2007). Theresult are audio media children song in the An-Nurr that according tochild development capabilities related to music.
Children’s Online Cognitive Learning Through Integrated Technology and Hybrid Learning Hayati, Nur; Muthmainah; Wulandari, Rina
Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini Vol 16 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini Volume 16 Number 1 April 2022
Publisher : Program Studi Magister Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini

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Cognitive learning during the COVID-19 pandemic encountered many obstacles, but the use of various gadgets could be an effective solution in early childhood learning, especially to prepare them to enter the elementary school level. This study aims to describe the online cognitive learning process (OCL) in early childhood during the COVID-19 and new era of the pandemic through integrated technology and hybrid learning. This study uses a qualitative approach with a case study involving two ECE teachers and one principal. Data analysis using Miles and Huberman models. The findings of this study explain the importance of the teacher's role in OCL and its constraints, how parent-teacher collaboration is the key to successful cognitive improvement through online learning, and the implementation of OCL through effective learning to prevent learning loss. 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