The Effect of Picture And Picture Cooperative Learning Model Assisted by Monopoly Media on Social Studies Learning Outcomes

Ahmad Puji Prastiyo, Farid Ahmadi


The background of this study was the lack of learning models and media in delivering social studies subject, so that the
learning outcomes were not optimal. This study used an experimental method with a quantitative approach. The subjects
and population in this study were all fifth grade students of Jendral Sudirman Cluster Elementary School, Purwodadi
Districtn, with a total of 208 students. This study to examine the effect of the picture and picture cooperative learning
model assisted by monopoly media on social studies learning outcomes. The data collection methods used questionnaires,
test learning outcomes and documentation. The data analysis techniques used descriptive statistics, experimental analysis,
and regression analysis. The results showed that there was a positive effect of the picture and picture cooperative learning
model assisted by monopoly media with an increase in social studies learning outcomes for fifth grade students, with a
value of 3.956 greater than 1.762 (3.956> 1.762), meaning that H0 was rejected and Ha was accepted. So, there was a
difference in learning outcomes between the pretest and posttest in social studies subject using the Picture and Picture
model assisted by monopoly media.
Keywords: learning outcomes; picture and picture cooperative learning model


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DOI: 10.15294/est.v5i2.33828


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