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This study analyzes using a book that has been developed by the author in a previous study: An innovative book based on a picture story to improve understanding of economic literacy for teenagers. The data was taken using a questionnaire of 180 junior high school students through 20 standard questions of understanding economic literacy developed by NCEE. The data using before and after the application of innovative literacy economic for teenagers based on e-book pictures stories.
The results of the analysis obtained differences (decreases) incorrect answer of respondents from the value of Pre Test and Post Test, the value of the top five changes (decreases) incorrect scores successively are: item 5 (Voluntary exchange and trade) decrease in wrong answers 92 respondents (51.11 %); item 20 (Fiscal and monetary policy) of 83 respondents (46.11%); item 8 (Supply and demand) of 64 respondents (35.56%); and item 14 (Entrepreneurship) and item 16 (Economic role of government) have the same number of 55 respondents (30.56%) decreased their mistakes in answering questions about economic literacy.
All items from 20 questions all experienced a decrease in answer errors in economic literacy; in other words, after using this innovative book, the understanding of economic literacy for teenagers increased.
innovatif book abaut economic literacy for teenager based on picture stories
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