The Influence of Experiment Methods on Science Process Skill and Cognitive Learning Outcomes of the X Grade Students of MIA SMAN 1 Soppeng Riaja 2015/2016

A. Sri Sofializa(1*), Muhammad Arsyad(2), Muris Muris(3),

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This study aims to : (1) describe the level of science process skills of group was taught using the experimental method; (2) describe the level of science process skills of group that taught conventionally; (3) describe the level of physics learning outcomes of group taught using the experimental method; (4) described level of physics learning outcomes of group was taught by conventional method; (5) to analyze whether there are differences in science process skills between the groups taught by using experimental methods and the group that was taught in conventional; (6) to analyze whether there are differences in learning outcomes between the groups taught by using experimental methods and taught conventionally. This is a true experimental research with posttests only control group design. The population in this study was all students of class X MIA consisted of four classes. The study sample consisted of two classes of one experimental class taught by experimental methods and one class taught by conventional methods (demonstration method). Sampling was chosen randomly so that the class X MIA 1 as an experimental class and the class X MIA 2 as control class. The results showed that (1) science process skills of students who are taught by experimental method are on high category; (2) science process skills of students who are taught by applying the conventional method (demonstration) are on fair categories; (3) cognitive learning outcomes of students who are taught through experimental method are on high category; (4) cognitive achievement of student taught by applying the conventional method (demonstration) are on fair categories; (5) there is a difference between the science process skills of group who are taught using experimental methods and group that are taught conventionally; (6) there are differences in learning outcomes between the group taught by using experimental methods and group that are taught conventionally.

Keywords: Experimental Method, Science Process Skills, Cognitive Learning Outcomes

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