PROFILE OF INDONESIAN TEACHER QUESTIONS TO DEVELOP STUDENT'S HIGH LEVEL THINKING ABILITY

Ria Ariesta

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The purpose of this study is to describe the profile of teacher's questions in teaching Indonesian language to develop students' high-level thinking skills. The research method used was descriptive qualitative, and the research was carried out in class VII of Bengkulu City 15 Middle School. Data was collected using observation techniques, and analyzed qualitatively. The results showed that the teacher's question 1} in the preliminary activities, was used to check the attendance of students, students 'understanding of the previous lesson, and check students' understanding of learning objectives, the question form used was how, who, and what, the attitude developed was attitude caring, and curiosity, levels of questions C-1 and C-2; 2} at the core activities of learning, used to provoke attention, stimulate thinking, and provide motivation, the question words used what, who, which, how, why, attitude developed curiosity, responsibility, and courage, level C question -1, 2 and 4; 3} in the closing activity, it is used to assess students' understanding, provide motivation, what question words are used and question intonations, levels of questions C-1 and C-2. Teacher's questions in the learning process are still dominated by questions of understanding, and questions that stimulate students to think high are still limited.

Keywords: profile, teacher's questions, high-level thinking


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