Penerapan Strategi Literature Circle secara Daring dalam Meningkatkan Literasi Membaca Peserta Didik

Muhammad Fadhli(1),
(1) Universitas Bengkulu, Indonesia

Abstract


Abstrak: Minat baca dan literasi membaca yang dimiliki pelajar di Indonesia tergolong masih rendah, terlebih dalam membaca dan memahami teks berbahasa Inggris. Selain itu, karena dunia pendidikan merukan salah satu sektor yang terkena dampak Covid-19, inovasi dalam proses pembelajaran guna meningkatkan minat baca dan literasi membaca peserta didik sangat diharapkan guna tercapainya tujuan pembelajaran yang optimal. Sayangnya, pengalaman guru yang masih terbatas dalam menerapkan suatu strategi pembelajaran secara daring, menjadi salah satu tantangan dalam dunia pendidikan saat ini. Untuk ini, artikel ini sacara spesifik akan memberikan gambaran dan contoh penerapan strategi literature circle guna meningkatkan literasi membaca, khususnya pada Mata Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris, dengan menggunakan google classroom sebagai media pembelajaran daring.

Kata kunci: strategi literature circle, pembelajaran daring, literasi membaca


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