Early Discipline Behavior: Read aloud Story with Big Book Media

  • Eka Pratiwi Eka Universitas Negeri Jakarta
  • Nurbiana Dhieni Universitas Negeri Jakarta
  • Asep Supena Universitas Negeri Jakarta

Abstract

Disciplinary behavior increases children's responsibility and self-control skills by encouraging mental, emotional and social growth. This behavior is also related to school readiness and future academic achievement. This study aims to look at read aloud with the media of large books in improving disciplinary behavior during early childhood. Participants were 20 children aged 5-6 years. By using qualitative methods as a classroom action research, data collection was carried out by observation, field notes, and documentation. The results of pre-cycle data showed that the discipline behavior of children increased to 42.6%. In the first cycle of intervention learning with ledger media, the percentage of children's discipline behavior increased to 67.05%, and in the second cycle, it increased again to 80.05%. Field notes found an increase in disciplinary behavior because children liked the media which was not like books in general. However, another key to successful behavior of the big book media story. Another important finding is the teacher's ability to tell stories to students or read books in a style that fascinates children. The hope of this intervention is that children can express ideas, insights, and be able to apply disciplinary behavior in their environment. 

 Keywords: Early Discipline Behavior, Read aloud, Big Book Media

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Published
2020-11-30
How to Cite
Eka, E. P., Dhieni, N., & Supena, A. (2020). Early Discipline Behavior: Read aloud Story with Big Book Media . Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini, 14(2), 321 - 331. https://doi.org/10.21009/JPUD.142.10

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