The Effect of Role Playing Learning Methods on Students' Social Sensitivity
Keywords:Role-playing, critical thinking, social sensitivity
The aims of this study were to analyze the effect of Role Playing on Social Sensitivity in Grade IV Elementary School. The approach used in this research is quantitative, with data collection techniques being tests, questionnaires and interviews. The population of this study was 208 elementary school fourth-grade students, which then obtained a sample of 150 students. The hypothesis test results indicate an effect of the Role-Playing method on the Social Sensitivity of the Fourth Grade Elementary School students. This is based on the t-test value = 21.942 > 1.681 and the Sig (2-tailed) value obtained = 0.000 <0.05. In conclusion, there is an influence of Role Playing on Social Sensitivity in Grade IV Elementary School.
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