Efforts to Improve Project-Based Learning-Based Beginning Writing Skills in Grade 1 Students


  • Jijun Wahyu Kasetya Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Siti Rochmiyati Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Herka Ardiyatno SD Negeri Golo


skills, writing, Project Based Learning (PJBL)


This research is motivated by the results of observations on Thursday 30 June 2023, in the implementation of learning is still conventional and less use of media. From these observations it can also be concluded that grade 1 students in Yogyakarta have not been able to write, especially words with symbols. When writing many letters in the middle or end are not written and the class average is only 61.07% of students who reach the KKM only 6 students (33.33%). From the results of the test scores, the writing ability of students is still low, not as expected and needs to be improved. This study aims to improve the quality of the process and results of writing skills in Indonesian language lessons by using the Project Based Learning (PJBL) method in Class IB SD in Yogyakarta. This type of research is a Collaborative Classroom Action Research (PTK-K). The research subjects were 18 students in class 1B of SD in Yogyakarta consisting of 11 male students and 7 female students. Quantitative data was analysed using descriptive statistics and qualitative data using the flow model. Indicators of student success are marked by increasing students' reading and writing skills with an average score of 70 and student completeness reaching 75%. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that learning using the Project Based Learning (PJBL) method can improve the quality of the process and students' beginning writing skills, activeness and enthusiasm of students in participating in learning. The average value of writing skills in the initial condition of 61.07 increased to 70.89 in cycle I and increased in cycle II to 81.07.


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