IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SCHOOL LITERATURE MOVEMENT TO IMPROVE STUDENT'S LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT at PUBLIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CIKALONG WETAN, BANDUNG BARAT REGENCY
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The School Literacy Movement (GLS) is a program implemented in schools that has the aim of improving student learning achievement, and it has been proven by the work of students, including making conclusions from what is read and presented. This research is a type of qualitative research using the method of observation, interviews and documentation from data source. The interviewees include: the principal, some teachers and some students in the school.
The results of the research that the researchers did lead to the conclusion that the School Literacy Movement (GLS) in improving student achievement succeed. The supporting factors of the School Literacy Movement (GLS) at the school are the availability of adequate infrastructure and students are on time to school to take part in the School Literacy Movement (GLS) activities. While the inhibiting factors are the lack of motivation from both students and from outside students, the delay of students attending school and the lack of infrastructure. The solution to the obstacles to the School Literacy Movement (GLS) is the motivation of the school and parents of students, as well as the existence of adequate infrastructure for the School Literacy Movement (GLS).
With the School Literacy Movement which is implemented in daily teaching and learning activities in schools, it has been proven to be able to increase students' interest in reading and writing which has an impact on increasing student achievement as well.
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