The Development of Liveworksheet by Implementing Project Method in Teaching Narrative Text for Ten Grade Students

Yani Ratnawati, Aly Imron, Tutuk Widowati, Henny Purwaningsih


This study attempts to develop Liveworksheets containing Project Method in teaching narrative text. Liveworksheets is a tool that allows teachers to create interactive worksheets for their students. Liveworksheets is a useful tool for creating interactive exercises for students which can be used to make learning more fun and enjoyable. Given the many different options available, however, teachers need to carefully select the most appropriate exercise format required for each learning activity. The project method of teaching is a medium of instruction in which the students are given a number of projects or situations out of which they have to choose the problem they want to solve. In this Liveworksheet, students were asked to make a personal project, that is making a narrative text according to their personal experience. They were asked to make some points in spaces available guided with some words available with the appropriate words/phrases before they deliver them into sentences. Then, the students deliver the words/phrases into sentences grammatically. The grammatical sentences thus delivered into paragraph in chronological order.  Through implementing project method in Liveworksheet, students emphasize the concept of learning by doing. They can deliver their feeling and knowledge of narrative text project through Liveworksheet.


Liveworksheet; Project Method; Narrative Text

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