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ANALYSIS MISCONCEPTIONS ON MATERIAL TEMPERATURE AND HEAT USING MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST WITH OPEN REASONING CERTAINTY OF RESPONSE INDEX (CRI) IN CLASS X SMAN 2 LUBUKLINGGAU 2013/2014


Penyelenggara : ELECTRONIC AND MOBILE LEARNING INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS UNIVERSITAS NEGERI JAKARTA , 2016
ISSN : 978-602-73030-1-0
Penulis : WAHYU ARINI, SARLI KINANTI,

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ABSTRACT This study aimed to find out the misconceptions experienced by students in class X SMA Negeri 2 Lubuklinggau on material temperature and heat, misconceptions caused by the ability of the student, the causes of misconceptions and solutions to overcome misconceptions. In this study, research subjects totaling 24 students were taken in each class misconception or wrong concept refers to a concept that are inconsistent with the scientific understanding or understanding of acceptable experts in the field (Suparno, 2013:4). Misconceptions can be detected in various ways. To identify the occurrence of misconceptions, as well as to differentiate it does not know the concept, Saleem Hasan has developed an identification method which is known as CRI (Certainty of Response Index). This study uses descriptive method type of case study with data collection technique using multiple choice test with open reasoning equipped Certainty of Response Index (CRI) and interviews. Data analysis techniques in this study using descriptive statistics. The results of data analysis showed that, of the 18 items were used, students have misconceptions on the 17 items and the students do not know about the concept at one item. Low-ability students at the most experienced misconceptions compared to high-ability students and medium ability. Misconceptions caused by associative thinking, reasoning incomplete / wrong, wrong intuition, everyday language and a lack of understanding of the students. Solutions used to address misconceptions adapted to the cause of misconceptions. Keywords: Misconceptions, multiple choice test with open reasoning, Certainty of Response Index, temperature and heat.


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