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  • 1. MATHEMATICS TEACHING PLANNING SKILL DEVELOPMENT GROUP 1: 1. ERIS PERMATA SARI (A1C010009) 2. DWI RIZKITE (A1C010032) 3. EKA SUPRIYATNA (A1C010036) 4. MUTIA SRI NOVIANI (A1C010041) 5. HERIJON MR SIMBOLON (A1C010043) SEMESTER 5 COURSE LECTURER: DEWI RAHIMAH, S.Pd., M.Ed. MATHEMATICS EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATIC AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONFACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY BENGKULU 2012
  • 2. PREFACE Praise be to Allah, God who has been giving His blessing andmercy to the writer to complete the paper titled "SKILL DEVELOPMENT." This paper is submitted to fulfill one of the requirements to gainvalue subject mathematics teaching planning on mathematics educationstudy program in faculty teacher training and education at UniversityBengkulu. In finishing this paper , the writer really gives his regards andthanks for people who has given guidance and help. Finally, the writer realizes there are unintended errors in writingthis paper. He really allows all readers to give their suggestion toimprove its content in order to be made as one of the good examples forthe next paper. Bengkulu, September 15, 2012 Author
  • 3. SKILL DEVELOPMENT The skill development is an effort to increase or improve the skillsthat students have so that they can be better in think, do, and plansomething. To develop the skill of students (cognitive, affective, andpsychomotor), we can do the activities below :Activity 1:Proving that the volume of cone is equal to one third of the volume ofcylinder. a. Cognitive aspect : Remembering the formula tofind the volume of a cone and understand how to use it. Remembering the formula tofind the volume of a cylinder and understand how to use it. Comparing the formula of a cone to the formula of a cylinder. Finding the the volume of cone correctly using mathematical counting. b. Affective aspect : Teaching and learning process is student-centered, and students are given the chance to asses themselves to find the character. In teaching and learning process, students learn how to be trusted, such as : honest, commit with purpose, perform a given task, become a good friend and help each other In teaching and learning process, students learn how to appreciate, such as : students treat their friends and teacher well, polite and respectful, sympathy, not insult or ridicule
  • 4. their friends or teacher, and not embarrass their friends or teacher In teaching and learning process, students learn how to responsible themselves, such as : do their task, reliable or trustworthy, never make excuses or blame others for his actions In teaching and learning process, students learn how to responsible in their social, such as : do their group task, help their friends or teacher sincerely In teaching and learning process, students learn how to be fair, such as : never be unfair, not cheat , obey the rules, etc. In teaching and learning process, students learn how to care with others, such as : help friends who need help. c. Psychomotor aspect : Preparing the props ( a cone, a cylinder, sand or water). Pouring the sand or water.Activity 2:Drawing a trigonometric function.
  • 5. a. Cognitive aspect : Understanding the basic concept of trigonometry. Understanding the rectangular coordinate system (cartesian). Finding the trigonometric values by using the trigonometric value of special angles (0⁰,30⁰,45⁰,60⁰,90⁰). Finding the trigonometric values of related angles (out of quadrant 1) by using the existing formula of related angles (180⁰ - α ,180⁰ + α,360⁰-α). Drawing the graphic of given function in cartesian coordinate by using the trigonometric value they’ve found before.b. Affective aspect : Teaching and learning process is student-centered, andstudents are given the chance to asses themselves to find thecharacter. In teaching and learning process, students learn how to be careful, such as : using scale for draw the graph, using smooth pencil to draw graph well and don’t forget to give name of graph (function) In teaching and learning process, students learn how to be trusted, such as : honest, commit with purpose, perform a given task, become a good friend and help each other In teaching and learning process, students learn how to appreciate, such as : students treat their friends and teacher well, polite and respectful, sympathy, not insult or ridicule their friends or teacher, and not embarrass their friends or teacher In teaching and learning process, students learn how to responsible themselves, such as : do their task, reliable or
  • 6. trustworthy, never make excuses or blame others for his actions In teaching and learning process, students learn how to be fair, such as : never be unfair, not cheat , obey the rules, etc. In teaching and learning process, students learn how to care with others, such as : help friends who need help.c. Psychomotor aspect : Deciding the scale of cartecius coordinate. Writing the angles in x-axis and the trigonometric value in y- axis. Match points from each angles that represent the trigonometric value. Connect the points by curved line.