Indaryanti, Indaryanti and Purwoko, Purwoko (2014) DESIGNING OF THE INTUITIVE MATERIAL IN REAL ANALYSIS 1. In: The 1st Sriwijaya University Learning And Education International Conference (SULE-IC) 2014. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sriwijaya University, Palembang, South Sumatera, Indonesia, pp. 712-719. ISBN 978-602-70378-0-9


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The objective of this research is to design the intuitive material draft of the course Real Analysis 1 . The materials using intuitive are real number & its property, absolute value, upper & lower bound, sequences, series, function, derivative and integral. This material draft is important for the students of Mathematics Education Department in Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sriwijaya University; because it can give simplicity in understanding the materials. This article discusses the designing part of development research that is designing the materials. The materials were developed by using Dick & Carrey Model. This research was began by identifying instructional goals, conducting instructional analysis, analyzing learners & context, writing performance objectives, developing assessment instrument, developing instructional strategy, and developing & selecting instructional materials. In identification of instructional goals, the goal of the course Real Analysis 1 was analyzed. The goal was to give competency for students so that they would be able to analyze the real number and its property. There for the instructional was given deductively. However, it was hard for the students to understand the materials so, in this research, the instructional is the combination of inductively and deductively instructional. After that, performance objectives and assessment instrument were arranged. Then the instructional strategy was developed. To understand the materials, the teacher must explain the definition or theorem by using teacher?s and sudents? intuition. The intuition is to react immediately based on students? and teacher?s knowledge. Therefore, in this research, the intuitive materials are defined as knowledge owned by the teacher and students that can be used intuitively. The intuitive materials of the course Real Analysis were designed when teacher was explaining in the class the course of Real Analysis 1 materials by using intuition. All of the intuitive materials are written in a module. The module consists of introduction, the subject matter and the intuitive materials, examples, exercises, evaluation, feedback and conclusion. The intuitive materials were constructed well by the teacher and the students in the class. Nevertheless, the developing & selecting instructional materials part by the researcher was not well constructed. Hence, the problem in the designing the intuitive materials draft was in rewriting the teacher?s and students? intuitive materials. The results of this research are the intuitive materials of the course Real Analysis 1. The materials are about proving steps of algebra operation, the number line, the Venn diagram, and sketching a graph using Microsoft Office Excel. The proving steps of the algebra operation are used to explain real number and its property. Meanwhile the number line is used to explain the absolute value. Next, the Venn diagram is used to explain sequences. And the last, the Microsoft Office Excel is used to describe sequences, series, convergence of sequences and series. This research has produced the draft of the intuitive materials for the course Real Analysis 1. The draft has been valid by materials, but not valid by constructing the instructional. Key Words: Real Analysis 1, intuitive, materials, designing.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General) > L7-991 Education (General)
Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA1-939 Mathematics > QA21 Calculus. MATHEMATICS
Divisions: Faculty of Education and Educational Science > 84202-Mathematics Education (S1)
Depositing User: Dr, M.A. Hartono Hartono
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2019 06:30
Last Modified: 01 Nov 2019 06:30

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