Development of WIDARE Learning Model to Improve Students' Writing Ability
Issue: 2023 - Volume 24 [Issue 6]
Duwi Purwati *
Department of Educational Science, Universitas Negeri, Makassar, Indonesia.
Department of Mathematics and Science, Universitas Negeri, Makassar, Indonesia.
Department of Educational Technology, Universitas Negeri, Makassar, Indonesia.
*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
This study aims to develop student's writing skills by developing the WIDARE model of textbooks, RPS, and assessment rubrics, with the stages of defining, designing, operational field trials, final product revision, and dissemination. The research sample involved 32 students, 52 teachers, and two experts. The results validating the textbook model book, lesson plan, and assessment rubric are valid categories. The practical test results were in the convenient category. The effectiveness test results were very effective in developing students' writing skills.
Keywords: Learning model, WIDARE, writing
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