Supplementary reading material for senior high school based on K-13

(1) * Suherman Suherman Mail (Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa, Indonesia)
*corresponding author

Abstract


This study aims on Designing Supplementary Reading Material Based on K-13 and to meet students’ need in MIA class program of SMAN 4 Sampolawa, Southeast Sulawesi. To reveal efficacy of the supplementary reading materials for the tenth graders of SMAN 4 Sampolawa. This research used R & D (Research and Development) because the result of the research is a product Textbook. The five steps are as follows: Research and Information Collection, Planning and Drafting, Experts’ Judgment, Field Testing and Final Product. The research was conducted in SMAN 4 Sampolawa, Southeast Sulawesi. In which the participants were twenty four tenth graders and their English teacher. The findings of this research show that the content provide specific Supplementary Reading Material to support MIA class program. Based on the need analysis English reading material on science activities are needed by English teacher in SMAN 4 Sampolawa. This Supplementary Reading Material helps students achieve their competencies related to their major in MIA class program. It can attract students to actively engage in the teaching and learning process. The supplementary reading materials as the product in this study also provide learning resources in science activities and improve students reading interest and skills.


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Supplementary Reading Material; SMAN 4 Sampolawa

   

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