Effectiveness of Power Point Media in 4 Seasons as the Sakura Culture Festival

Wollah, Meidy (2019) Effectiveness of Power Point Media in 4 Seasons as the Sakura Culture Festival. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 7 (8). pp. 262-274. ISSN 2327-5960

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Abstract

Culture festival of the cherry country or what is called the “Matsuri” has many and varied, that is why in every place in Japan has its own cultural festival. The Japanese cultural festival has high values for its visitors or we can conclude that the Japanese cultural festival is an activity of exchange of values to uphold the customs of their existence. Japanese cultural festivals follow the 4 seasons in Japan, namely spring (haru), summer (natsu), autumn (aki) and winter (fuyu). These 4 seasons are a technology for Japanese people and are very influential in their cultural festivals. Many festivals occur and follow the 4 seasons in Japan, and the most interesting, with the emergence of the most popular festivals, and only occur every season, namely the spring festival hanami (haru), the summer festival tanabata (natsu), momiji festival in the autumn (aki) and Sapporo festival in winter (fuyu). In this research, researchers will discuss Japanese culture festivals that affect 4 seasons in Japan. Where the researchers will introduce it through existing power point slide media. In this research, the effectiveness of power point slide media in 4 seasons as Sakura’s cultural festival, will use qualitative research methods, namely a contextual study that makes humans as instruments, and adapted to a reasonable situation in relation to data collection which is generally qualitative. This research took place at the Manado State Polytechnic Department of Business Administration. Sources of data are primary, namely data taken directly at the student. While secondary data is a literature study and Japanese language curriculum. Data collection techniques are observation and research questionnaire. The data analysis technique is an effort to systematically search and organize the results of observations and dissemination of questionnaires to improve researchers’ understanding of the findings based on the problems studied. The results of this study are research instruments in the form of questionnaires with 9 questions, 3 options given 1 - 3 and number of respondents 143 people. Each item gets the highest score, and the result = 3 × 9 × 143 = 3861. For the highest score that is = 3, with the number of items = 9 and the number of respondents = 143. The total score of the answers from 143 respondents is = 3264. Thus it can be seen the percentage value according to the perception of 143 respondents is = 3264: 3861 × 100 = 84.5%. From the results of data processing with each question, with the number of respondents 143, declared valid. This research aims to enable students to recognize Japanese characters, students can get to know Japanese customs; students can get to know Japanese culture and what Japan is like. Students can get to know the cultural festival at 4 seasons in Japan through an existing learning media, namely power point media. The students are not only taught Japanese language education, but get an introduction to Japanese culture.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: N General (Umum) > ND Karya Ilmiah
Divisions: Niaga > Jurusan Administrasi Bisnis
Depositing User: Operator
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2019 15:24
Last Modified: 01 Nov 2019 15:24
URI: http://repository.polimdo.ac.id/id/eprint/1991

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