DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC TEACHING MATERIALS BASED ON APPROACHES IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROCESSES
This study aims to; (1) knowing the students' needs for cultural arts learning (music) based on library study data and field studies, (2) developing process approach based music teaching materials for seventh grade students of junior high school, (3) knowing the feasibility of process approach based music teaching materials have been developed, (4) testing the effectiveness of the use of process-based music teaching materials for grade VII students of SMP, (5) producing music teaching materials based on a process approach that is feasible to use. This study is a research development with development steps or procedures of the of Borg and Gall research. Development steps include; (1) analysis of student needs, (2) formulating learning objectives, (3) formulating items (4) developing measuring instruments for success, (5) writing media scripts, and (6) Conducting trials/tests and revisions. The results showed that the instructional material developed in terms of content feasibility, language feasibility aspects, and presentation feasibility aspects according to material experts, cultural arts teachers, and junior high school students overall in "Good" quality with the average overall score obtained percentage 73.88 %. Thus, it can be concluded that music teaching materials based on process approaches that are developed are feasible and effective to be used as learning media in cultural arts subjects (music) in class VII junior high school.