Listening Skill of Mild Intellectual Disability
- 10.2991/icsie-18.2019.20How to use a DOI?
- listening skill, short stories, mild retardation disability
This article is intended to describe Listening Skill of Mild Intellectual Disability to short stories. The ability to be observed is understanding the meaning of listening and the child's focus in listening. This case study uses mixed methods with participatory education, interviews, documentation and literature studies. Research subjects’ initials AL class V Primary school. The findings of this research are cognitive development on aspects of listening skills are not well developed. From the test results, listening can only achieve 47.5% score of 80% KKM expected. The meaning of language conveyed by the teacher has not been linked to the concrete context while the learning material for intellectual disability must be detailed and wherever possible starting from these concrete things, considering that they experience limitations in abstract thinking so that the meaning of the language conveyed is difficult to appreciate by child. The teacher teaches only by telling stories or lectures without the use of media, it makes the child bored quickly and saturated, thus causing the child not to focus on listening to the learning provided.
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TY - CONF AU - Effran Zudeta AU - Mumpuniarti Mumpuniarti PY - 2019/04 DA - 2019/04 TI - Listening Skill of Mild Intellectual Disability BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Special and Inclusive Education (ICSIE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 104 EP - 108 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsie-18.2019.20 DO - 10.2991/icsie-18.2019.20 ID - Zudeta2019/04 ER -