PEDOMAN ASESMEN KESADARAN LINGUISTIK SEBAGAI DASAR PENYUSUNAN PROGRAM PEMBELAJARAN MEMBACA BAGI ANAK LEARNING DISABILITIES DI TINGKAT SEKOLAH DASAR PENYELENGGARA PENDIDIKAN INKLUSIF

Zulfa Rahma Effendi, Nurbani Nurbani, Eka Yuli Astuti, Ranti Novianti

Abstract


Membaca pada dasarnya adalah aktivitas bahasa yang membutuhkan kesadaran linguistik. Bertolak dari beberapa hasil penelitian mengenai keterkaitan linguistik dengan membaca, maka dapat diasumsikan bahwa anak yang memiliki kemampuan yang baik dalam aspek linguistik akan berdampak positif pada kemampuan membacanya. Untuk menyusun program pembelajaran membaca yang tepat bagi anak, dibutuhkan asesmen komperhensif guna mengetahui kemampuan, hambatan serta kebutuhan anak. Diperlukan suatu pedoman asesmen sebagai panduan bagi guru apa yang dilakukan dan direncanakan guru untuk pelayanan pendidikan anak dapat diwujudkan secara maksimal dan baik.  Tujuan umum dari penelitian ini adalah menemukan suatu panduan/pedoman asesmen kesadaran linguistik yang komperhensif sehingga dapat dijadikan sebagai dasar penyusunan program pembelajaran membaca bagi anak learning disabilities di tingkat sekolah dasar penyelenggara pendidikan inklusif.

Keywords


Pedoman Asesmen, Linguistik; Learning Disabilities; Pendidikan Inklusif

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30999/jse.v3i1.154

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