Development of Scientific-Based Educative Multimedia Games to Improve Indonesian Narrative Writing Skills for Elementary School Students

Tustiyana Windiyani, Endry Boeriswati, Mohamad Syarif Sumantri


This study aims to develop multimedia and scientific-based educational games to improve Indonesian writing skills. The method used in this research is research and development methods. Participants in this study were state elementary school students in the Municipality, the procedure in this study was based on needs analysis, planning, and evaluation. The results of this research show that multimedia application products and Scientific Based Educational Games To Improve Indonesian Narrative Writing Skills which are developed effectively because by using multimedia assistance as a tool helps teachers to convey messages and have a positive impact on improving Indonesian narrative writing skills.


Multimedia; Narrative Writing Skills; Elementary School

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