The Development of Teaching Material Supplement of Narcotics, Psychotropics, and Addictives Substances (NAPZA) Based on Research for High School Students.

  • Amalia Ulfa Universitas Negeri Semarang
  • Lisdiana . Universitas Negeri Semarang


This research was aimed to analyze the validity, feasibility, and describe the characteristics of narcotics, psychotropics, and addictive substances (NAPZA) teaching material supplements. This research was conducted by using research and developmental methods (R&D) that refers to the steps (1) potential and problems; (2) data collection; (3) product design; (4) design validation; (5) design revision; (6) product trial; (7) product revision; (8) final product. The subjects in this research were students and biology teachers. Parameters for the feasibility of teaching material supplements are seen from material validation, media validation, teacher responses, and student responses. The results showed that the characteristics of NAPZA teaching material supplements were arranged from simple to complex containing the latest research in each sub-chapter. The results of the material validity analysis obtained a score of 89% with very valid criteria, media validity showed a score of 92% with very valid criteria, the teacher's responses showed 91.6% results with very feasible criteria, student responses showed 89% results with very feasible criteria. Conclusion from this research is that teaching material supplements of NAPZA based on research have material characteristics from simple to complex, valid, and suitable for use as learning resources on the NAPZA materials.