THINK PAIR SHARE AND ROLE-PLAYING TO INCREASE INTEREST IN LEARNING PANCASILA AND CITIZENSHIP
Using the Think-Pair-Share model in conjunction with Role Playing to enhance the learning of Pancasila and Civic Education is the objective of this study. The interest of students in learning before being instructed is still relatively low. Subjeknya The subject was is one of thirty students in class VII E at SMP Negeri 3 Pedan. Using flow model analysis, activities are conducted in two cycles, each with four stages: planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. Data collection techniques use interview, observation, and questionnaire methods. Using the Think Pair Share model in conjunction with Role Playing in the learning process of Pancasila and Citizenship Education in seventh-grade E students of SMP Negeri 3 Pedan is expected to increase student interest in learning by at least 80 per cent, as measured by a sample of 30 students. The indicators are: 1) Students like to take lessons; 2) Students enjoy learning with group discussions; 3) Students are interested in following the lesson; 4) Students pay attention to the explanations submitted by a teacher; 5) Students listen to and follow the teacher's instructions; 6) Students show activeness during the learning process. The results showed that before the action was held, students who had an interest in learning were only nine children (30%). After the move using the Think Pair Share model collaborated with Role Playing in cycle I to 20 students (66.7%), and increased again to 26 people (86.7%) in cycle II. This shows the achievement of the performance indicators set at the beginning of the activity, which is at least 80% of 30 students.
Keywords: Learning Interest, Think Pair Share, Role Playing, Collaboration