DEVELOPING READING MATERIALS USING ADOBE FLASH PROFESSIONAL FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dwi Susanto, Hasti Robiasih

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The advance of the nowadays computer technology gives a positive effect toward the students’ motivation to learn, especially in reading. One of the nowadays computer technology applications is by developing reading materials using Adobe Flash Professional. In this article, the researchers carry out two objectives: (1) to describe the reading materials developed using Adobe Flash Professional for the seventh grade students of junior high school and (2) to describe the coverage of the reading materials developed. The researchers applied the steps of R&D in three sections namely (1) pre-design study from which the needs of reading material were analysed, (2) the materials development from which the product was constructed and (3) the post-design study from which the product was examined. The product is the reading materials about descriptive texts developed using Adobe Flash Professional. The product is based on the school-based curriculum (KTSP) that consists of four sections of learning namely BKOF, MOT, JCOT, and ICOT. Each section has different contents. The coverage of the reading materials include texts, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and micro and macro skills of reading.


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Adobe flash professional; R&D; reading materials

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