Analysis of Teaching Teachers of High School Private Vocational School, Districtpanai Hulu District, Labuhanbatu

Authors : Risma Delima Harahap, Siti Suharni Simamora, Irmayanti Ritonga, Rahmi Nazliah, Novi Fitriandika Sari, Arman Harahap

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 3 - March

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This study is a study that examines more deeply how the teaching and learning process carried out by teachers based on the curriculum developed and the basic education assessment system that has been implemented professionally. The basic teaching skills that teachers are required to know are: 1) Opening and closing skills, 2) Questioning skills, 3) Strengthening Skills, 4) Variation Skills, 5) Explaining Skills, 6) Leading Small Group Discussion Skills, 7) Managing Skills Classes and 8) Individual Teaching Skills. Based on this, researchers provide an understanding of basic teaching skills for teachers. The type of research used is qualitative - descriptive research. The research data obtained from the value of basic teaching skills of Biology Teachers of Private High Schools in Panai Hulu Subdistrict based on the results of research on basic teaching skills of the average Biology Teachers of Private High Schools in Panai Hulu Subdistricts not yet skilled in applying basic teaching skills to learning including the skills of opening and closing lessons with an average value (4.8%), giving reinforcement (5.9%), giving variation skills (5.78), leading small group discussion skills (5.62), class managing skills (5.42) and individual teaching skills (5.48%). Whereas the questioning skills (6.25%) and the explaining skills (7.24) were categorized as Skilled.

Keywords : Basic Teaching Skills, Biology Teachers in Private High Schools, Panai Hulu.


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