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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Zhu, L. (Lingjun);
    Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
    Country: Indonesia

    Dutchman was read by many critics as Amiri Baraka's nationalist manifesto advocating black unity to violently fight against white dominance. In fact, Amiri Baraka's thoughts of nationalism in this period were not so fixed but rather paradoxical. Due to personal growth and social background, Baraka devotes himself to black nationalism as a means of solving his alienation from blacks. However, the revolutionary part of black nationalism blinds him of its shortcoming: exclusiveness, which runs counter to Baraka's social concern. What Baraka is concerned about is the African Americans and the whole Americans who suffer oppression. His uncertain stance reflects itself in the artistic creation of Clay and Lula. Clay and Lula are not simply angry black nationalists and white racists. When Clay suffers from racial bullying, his defiance shows the revolutionary side of nationalism. Paradoxically, he is also an obedient middle class assimilated by white culture. Lula is both a racist and a member of the lower class, which reflects Baraka's Marxism influence.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Sidik, M. (Machfud);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Perpajakan Indonesia
    Country: Indonesia

    The spread of the digital economy brings about many benefits, for example in terms of growth, employment and well-being more generally. These challenges extend well beyond domestic and International tax policy and touch upon areas such as International privacy law and data protection, as well as accounting and regulation, a strategic tax policy perspective, the uptake of digital technologies may potentially constrain the options available to policymakers in relation to the overall tax mix. Technological innovation and the growth of the Internet have profoundly affected trade relations, production processes and products, and the organization of companies. The digital economy is characterized by several key elements, such as the massive expansion of intangible assets; intensive use of data (especially personal data), and widespread adoption of multi-faceted business models that exploit the value externalities of free assets. As the digital economy brings us into new territory, is fair taxation fiction or reality? Although overcoming the numerous ch a l l en g es will be a difficult task for policy makers , fair taxation of the digital e c o n o m y is a reality. A prerequisite to making real sustainable change is enthusiastic country commitment and International cooperation. Asia and the Pacific region need to pull together and push forward the necessary reforms, innovate tax structures and administration, and continue to learn from each other's experiences. Other key enablers include a coherent strategy and strong evidence-based communication and knowledge.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Oktaviandono, O. (Oktaviandono); Syahputra, M. Z. (Muhammad);
    Publisher: Universitas Jabal Ghafur
    Country: Indonesia

    The state is obliged to guarantee rights, opportunities, and provide protection for every citizenwithout discrimination to get decent work and income, both at home and abroad in accordancewith their expertise, skills, talents, interests and abilities. So far, the government seems to be lessserious about protecting migrant workers, resulting in cases of human trafficking, slavery, forcedlabor, victims of violence, abuse, crimes against human dignity, and other treatments that violatehuman rights. For this reason, International cooperation is carried out to ensure the safety ofIndonesian Migrant Workers (IRC). One of the collaborations carried out is the collaborationbetween Indonesia and the International Labor Organization (ILO).Decent Work Country Program(DCWP) which serves to protect PMI in Malaysia, as one of the countries that receives the mostmigrant workers from Indonesia.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Asenbaevna, E. S. (Eskalieva);
    Publisher: Academia Science
    Country: Indonesia

    This article gives some important information about foreign languages, their impartance and role in every country and also some types to learn it . Definitely we understand that English is the most important communication tool in the modern world.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nasuha, N. (Nafilatun); Ekawati, R. (Rosyida);
    Publisher: Muhammadiyah University Purwokerto
    Country: Indonesia

    This study concerns with the use of personal pronouns in political speech. The aims of this study are to find out personal pronouns used in Donald Trump's speech and their functions. The source of data of this research is the speech by Donald trump at 74th session of the united nation general assembly. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The result shows that Donald Trump used personal pronoun I to emphasize his authority and his good qualities such as confident, share experience, and opinion. Personal pronoun you is used to refer to a specific group when he wants to separate one group from other groups. He also used you to refer to general to avoid conflict. He used personal pronoun inclusive we to involve himself with the united nation member. He used exclusive we to show his good relation with other groups in sharing responsibility. He used personal pronouns they to make him and the united nation members less responsible for other groups activities.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Kusumarini, I. (Indah); Simpen, I. W. (I); Budiarsa, M. (Made); Laksana, I. K. (I);
    Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses futsugo (Japanese daily language). The aim of this research is to know whether Futsugo style can be used at hotel services. As we know that hotels are the main constituent of the hospitality industry which keep special attention to courtesy and services, so is it possible for the hotel staff to use it? Does it threaten guests' faces? The data analyzed is conversation instances between Japanese guests and hotel staff in Bali hotels. The sampling used is a random sampling technique. The sample used in the study is 10 hotels out of 73 five-star hotels in Bali. The conversation data is recorded with mobile phones by hotel staff. The total number of the hotel staff members as the subjects of this research is 15 participants. The data was conducted from May 2019 till August 2019. Brown and Levinson's (1987) politeness theory is used to analyze conversations between Japanese guests and hotel staff in Bali from the stages of arrival, familiarization, and engagement until departure. Based on data analysis, it is known that generally hotel staff use negative politeness strategies alternately with positive politeness strategies depending on the context of the speech situation. From these four those stages, it is found that Futsugo utterances are at the engagement stage. Futsugo style was used by the staff during handling guest complaints. In one dialogue, Futsugo's utterance was found in the form of question sentences without question marks, but using the rising intonation and confirmation of the guest's answer without the copula desu. According to the analysis of the conversation data, futsugo utterances are used by hotel staff and guests as a practical way of communicating. Futsugo's utterances which tend to be short are easier to catch by the ear, making it easier to handle guest complaints. If viewed from the perspective of politeness theory, this speech can still be accepted. It can be seen from the whole conversation where negative politeness strategies and positive politeness strategies are applied in one dialogue that the appearance of Futsugo's utterances is still considered acceptable and does not threaten guests' faces.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Tsykalo, T. (Tetiana); Trzhetsynskyi, S. (Serhiy);
    Publisher: PC TECHNOLOGY CENTER
    Country: Indonesia

    The aim of the work was to study the monosaccharide composition of WSPS, PS and HC, isolated from the raw materials of Camelina sativa and Camelina microcarpa and to establish the quantitative content of these fractions. Materials and methods. The analysis of the composition of biologically active substances of carbohydrate nature was carried out in herb and seeds of Camelina sativa (variety “Slavutych”) and Camelina microcarpa. Samples of seeds for growing plants were provided by the National Center for Genetic Resources of Plants of Ukraine (The Plant Production Institute ND. V.YA. YURIEVA, NAAS of Ukraine). For the studies, the carbohydrates were separated by the Bailey method into monosaccharide fractions, which were used for TLC and quantification using a modified Dreywood spectrophotometric method with anthrone reagent in concentrated sulfuric acid. Results. The presence of glucose, galactose and arabinose was determined in the hydrolysates of polysaccharide fractions of Camelina sativa of herb and seeds. Galactose, glucose, arabinose and xylose were found in the hydrolysates of polysaccharide fractions of Camelina microcarpa herb and seeds. The highest content of WSPS was determined in the herb of Camelina sativa, and the lowest - in the seeds of Camelina microcarpa. PS in the largest number were also found in the herb, and in the smallest – in the seeds of Camelina sativa. The content of the amount of HC was the highest in the herb of Camelina sativa, and the smallest – in the seeds of Camelina sativa. Conclusions. The presence of 3 monosaccharides in the raw material of Camelina sativa and 4 monosaccharides in the raw material of Camelina microcarpa was established by TLC. The quantitative content of monosaccharide fractions was determined by the spectrophotometric method, which in total predominated in Camelina sativa

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nida, C. F. (Camalia);
    Publisher: Mulawarman University
    Country: Indonesia

    In line with the growth of interests at the study of cross-cultural pragmatics, however, the study comparison between Indonesian and American culture has not been presented adequately in the terms of advice-giving. Advice-giving strategies in Indonesian culture and American culture with the focus on a close relationship domain are the focus of this research. Specifically, it compares the advice-giving of native Indonesian speakers in television series entitled ‘Tetangga Masa Gitu?' on Net TV with native English American characters which depicted on NBC TV channel entitled ‘Friends'. Moreover, this study attempts to identify the similarities and differences between both objects. The data are from six episodes of the two. Qualitative research method is used to conduct this research. This research describes the pattern of the advice-giving speech act realization from the characters of two television series and compares both cultures. The findings show that advice giving in Indonesian and American cultures is classified into giving support, giving suggestions, and stating prohibition. Generally, advice-giving in Indonesian culture tends to be indirect since it is crucial to save hearer's face. In American culture, direct strategies are mostly chosen as it is a matter to show one's freedom of self-expression. Most of advice-giving in American cultures include related facts to strengthen the illocutionary force.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Dwikoranto, D. (Dwikoranto); Setiani, R. (Rahyu); Widuroyekti, B. (Barokah); Tresnaningsih, S. (Sri); Sambada, D. (Dwi); Setyowati, T. (Titik); Rohman, A. (Agus); Harnoto, B. T. (Basuki);
    Publisher: Scientific Online Journal
    Country: Indonesia

    The purpose of this study explains the effectiveness of the student activity sheet model to enhance scientific creativity and student learning outcomes and student responses to the learning process. The research design used pre-experimental with one group pretest-posttest design. The study's subject was the student activity sheet (SAS) model and the implementation of primary teacher Education undergraduate students who programed a science introductory concept course during the 2019.1 registration at Open University. Data collected using test methods and questionnaires with product cognitive test instruments, cognitive process tests, scientific creativity tests and student questionnaire responses. Data analyzed by t-test and the proportions calculated. Normality test and homogeneity test are done before the t-test is applied. Increased creativity and student learning outcomes are calculated using normalized N-Gain. The results showed: 1) Improvement of students' scientific creativity after joining learning in the medium category. 2) Improving student learning outcomes after participating in learning in the good category. 3) Student responses to the learning process in the positive category. Based on the above, it can be concluded that the application of student activity sheet model used in learning activities to improve scientific creativity competency and student learning outcomes is effective.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Sujana, I. M. (I); Wayan Puniawati, Ida Ayu;
    Publisher: Mataram University
    Country: Indonesia

    Program Penempatan Dosen di Sekolah (PDS) merupakan program pengembangan kompetensi dosen dalam pembelajaran sekolah yang dilaksanakan oleh Direktorat Belmawa Kemenristekdikti. Program yang dilaksanakan oleh dosen LPTK dan didampingi oleh guru sekolah mitra bertujuan untuk memberikan pengalaman praktis baik perencanaan, pelaksanaan, maupun penilaian pembelajaran secara nyata di sekolah. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk merefleksikan kegiatan PDS d SMA Negeri 1 Matarm, Lombok. Metode yang digunakan adalah Reflective Teaching Model yang merupakan bagian dari penelitian kualitatif deskriptif. Kegiatan melibatkan 2 orang (Dosen dan Guru Mitra) dan 79 siswa sebagai penerima dampak dari kegiatan pembelajaran. Data dikumpulkan dengan dokumenter (RPP), Refleksi pembelajaran, dan Tes dan Non-tes. Hasil refleksi pembelajaran menunjukkan: (1) Kegiatan PDS ini telah memberikan pengalaman praktis kepada dosen terkait dengan perencanaan, pelaksanaan, dan penilaian pembelajaran berdasarkan K-13 revisi 2017; (2) Langkah-langkah dalam pembelajaran Teaching Learning Cycles (BKOF, MOT, JCOT, dan ICOT) dapat terintegrasi dengan Literacy dan unsur 4C dalam Pembeajaran Abad 21 (Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, dan Communication; (3) Kegiatan pembelajaran terintegrasi tersebut telah mampu meningkatkan partisipasi dan kemampuan peserta didik dengan rata-rata skor 87,98 dengan tingkat ketuntasan mencapai 92,41%.

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  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Zhu, L. (Lingjun);
    Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
    Country: Indonesia

    Dutchman was read by many critics as Amiri Baraka's nationalist manifesto advocating black unity to violently fight against white dominance. In fact, Amiri Baraka's thoughts of nationalism in this period were not so fixed but rather paradoxical. Due to personal growth and social background, Baraka devotes himself to black nationalism as a means of solving his alienation from blacks. However, the revolutionary part of black nationalism blinds him of its shortcoming: exclusiveness, which runs counter to Baraka's social concern. What Baraka is concerned about is the African Americans and the whole Americans who suffer oppression. His uncertain stance reflects itself in the artistic creation of Clay and Lula. Clay and Lula are not simply angry black nationalists and white racists. When Clay suffers from racial bullying, his defiance shows the revolutionary side of nationalism. Paradoxically, he is also an obedient middle class assimilated by white culture. Lula is both a racist and a member of the lower class, which reflects Baraka's Marxism influence.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Sidik, M. (Machfud);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Perpajakan Indonesia
    Country: Indonesia

    The spread of the digital economy brings about many benefits, for example in terms of growth, employment and well-being more generally. These challenges extend well beyond domestic and International tax policy and touch upon areas such as International privacy law and data protection, as well as accounting and regulation, a strategic tax policy perspective, the uptake of digital technologies may potentially constrain the options available to policymakers in relation to the overall tax mix. Technological innovation and the growth of the Internet have profoundly affected trade relations, production processes and products, and the organization of companies. The digital economy is characterized by several key elements, such as the massive expansion of intangible assets; intensive use of data (especially personal data), and widespread adoption of multi-faceted business models that exploit the value externalities of free assets. As the digital economy brings us into new territory, is fair taxation fiction or reality? Although overcoming the numerous ch a l l en g es will be a difficult task for policy makers , fair taxation of the digital e c o n o m y is a reality. A prerequisite to making real sustainable change is enthusiastic country commitment and International cooperation. Asia and the Pacific region need to pull together and push forward the necessary reforms, innovate tax structures and administration, and continue to learn from each other's experiences. Other key enablers include a coherent strategy and strong evidence-based communication and knowledge.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Oktaviandono, O. (Oktaviandono); Syahputra, M. Z. (Muhammad);
    Publisher: Universitas Jabal Ghafur
    Country: Indonesia

    The state is obliged to guarantee rights, opportunities, and provide protection for every citizenwithout discrimination to get decent work and income, both at home and abroad in accordancewith their expertise, skills, talents, interests and abilities. So far, the government seems to be lessserious about protecting migrant workers, resulting in cases of human trafficking, slavery, forcedlabor, victims of violence, abuse, crimes against human dignity, and other treatments that violatehuman rights. For this reason, International cooperation is carried out to ensure the safety ofIndonesian Migrant Workers (IRC). One of the collaborations carried out is the collaborationbetween Indonesia and the International Labor Organization (ILO).Decent Work Country Program(DCWP) which serves to protect PMI in Malaysia, as one of the countries that receives the mostmigrant workers from Indonesia.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Asenbaevna, E. S. (Eskalieva);
    Publisher: Academia Science
    Country: Indonesia

    This article gives some important information about foreign languages, their impartance and role in every country and also some types to learn it . Definitely we understand that English is the most important communication tool in the modern world.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nasuha, N. (Nafilatun); Ekawati, R. (Rosyida);
    Publisher: Muhammadiyah University Purwokerto
    Country: Indonesia

    This study concerns with the use of personal pronouns in political speech. The aims of this study are to find out personal pronouns used in Donald Trump's speech and their functions. The source of data of this research is the speech by Donald trump at 74th session of the united nation general assembly. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The result shows that Donald Trump used personal pronoun I to emphasize his authority and his good qualities such as confident, share experience, and opinion. Personal pronoun you is used to refer to a specific group when he wants to separate one group from other groups. He also used you to refer to general to avoid conflict. He used personal pronoun inclusive we to involve himself with the united nation member. He used exclusive we to show his good relation with other groups in sharing responsibility. He used personal pronouns they to make him and the united nation members less responsible for other groups activities.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Kusumarini, I. (Indah); Simpen, I. W. (I); Budiarsa, M. (Made); Laksana, I. K. (I);
    Publisher: Al-Kindi Center for Research and Development
    Country: Indonesia

    This article discusses futsugo (Japanese daily language). The aim of this research is to know whether Futsugo style can be used at hotel services. As we know that hotels are the main constituent of the hospitality industry which keep special attention to courtesy and services, so is it possible for the hotel staff to use it? Does it threaten guests' faces? The data analyzed is conversation instances between Japanese guests and hotel staff in Bali hotels. The sampling used is a random sampling technique. The sample used in the study is 10 hotels out of 73 five-star hotels in Bali. The conversation data is recorded with mobile phones by hotel staff. The total number of the hotel staff members as the subjects of this research is 15 participants. The data was conducted from May 2019 till August 2019. Brown and Levinson's (1987) politeness theory is used to analyze conversations between Japanese guests and hotel staff in Bali from the stages of arrival, familiarization, and engagement until departure. Based on data analysis, it is known that generally hotel staff use negative politeness strategies alternately with positive politeness strategies depending on the context of the speech situation. From these four those stages, it is found that Futsugo utterances are at the engagement stage. Futsugo style was used by the staff during handling guest complaints. In one dialogue, Futsugo's utterance was found in the form of question sentences without question marks, but using the rising intonation and confirmation of the guest's answer without the copula desu. According to the analysis of the conversation data, futsugo utterances are used by hotel staff and guests as a practical way of communicating. Futsugo's utterances which tend to be short are easier to catch by the ear, making it easier to handle guest complaints. If viewed from the perspective of politeness theory, this speech can still be accepted. It can be seen from the whole conversation where negative politeness strategies and positive politeness strategies are applied in one dialogue that the appearance of Futsugo's utterances is still considered acceptable and does not threaten guests' faces.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Tsykalo, T. (Tetiana); Trzhetsynskyi, S. (Serhiy);
    Publisher: PC TECHNOLOGY CENTER
    Country: Indonesia

    The aim of the work was to study the monosaccharide composition of WSPS, PS and HC, isolated from the raw materials of Camelina sativa and Camelina microcarpa and to establish the quantitative content of these fractions. Materials and methods. The analysis of the composition of biologically active substances of carbohydrate nature was carried out in herb and seeds of Camelina sativa (variety “Slavutych”) and Camelina microcarpa. Samples of seeds for growing plants were provided by the National Center for Genetic Resources of Plants of Ukraine (The Plant Production Institute ND. V.YA. YURIEVA, NAAS of Ukraine). For the studies, the carbohydrates were separated by the Bailey method into monosaccharide fractions, which were used for TLC and quantification using a modified Dreywood spectrophotometric method with anthrone reagent in concentrated sulfuric acid. Results. The presence of glucose, galactose and arabinose was determined in the hydrolysates of polysaccharide fractions of Camelina sativa of herb and seeds. Galactose, glucose, arabinose and xylose were found in the hydrolysates of polysaccharide fractions of Camelina microcarpa herb and seeds. The highest content of WSPS was determined in the herb of Camelina sativa, and the lowest - in the seeds of Camelina microcarpa. PS in the largest number were also found in the herb, and in the smallest – in the seeds of Camelina sativa. The content of the amount of HC was the highest in the herb of Camelina sativa, and the smallest – in the seeds of Camelina sativa. Conclusions. The presence of 3 monosaccharides in the raw material of Camelina sativa and 4 monosaccharides in the raw material of Camelina microcarpa was established by TLC. The quantitative content of monosaccharide fractions was determined by the spectrophotometric method, which in total predominated in Camelina sativa

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Nida, C. F. (Camalia);
    Publisher: Mulawarman University
    Country: Indonesia

    In line with the growth of interests at the study of cross-cultural pragmatics, however, the study comparison between Indonesian and American culture has not been presented adequately in the terms of advice-giving. Advice-giving strategies in Indonesian culture and American culture with the focus on a close relationship domain are the focus of this research. Specifically, it compares the advice-giving of native Indonesian speakers in television series entitled ‘Tetangga Masa Gitu?' on Net TV with native English American characters which depicted on NBC TV channel entitled ‘Friends'. Moreover, this study attempts to identify the similarities and differences between both objects. The data are from six episodes of the two. Qualitative research method is used to conduct this research. This research describes the pattern of the advice-giving speech act realization from the characters of two television series and compares both cultures. The findings show that advice giving in Indonesian and American cultures is classified into giving support, giving suggestions, and stating prohibition. Generally, advice-giving in Indonesian culture tends to be indirect since it is crucial to save hearer's face. In American culture, direct strategies are mostly chosen as it is a matter to show one's freedom of self-expression. Most of advice-giving in American cultures include related facts to strengthen the illocutionary force.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Dwikoranto, D. (Dwikoranto); Setiani, R. (Rahyu); Widuroyekti, B. (Barokah); Tresnaningsih, S. (Sri); Sambada, D. (Dwi); Setyowati, T. (Titik); Rohman, A. (Agus); Harnoto, B. T. (Basuki);
    Publisher: Scientific Online Journal
    Country: Indonesia

    The purpose of this study explains the effectiveness of the student activity sheet model to enhance scientific creativity and student learning outcomes and student responses to the learning process. The research design used pre-experimental with one group pretest-posttest design. The study's subject was the student activity sheet (SAS) model and the implementation of primary teacher Education undergraduate students who programed a science introductory concept course during the 2019.1 registration at Open University. Data collected using test methods and questionnaires with product cognitive test instruments, cognitive process tests, scientific creativity tests and student questionnaire responses. Data analyzed by t-test and the proportions calculated. Normality test and homogeneity test are done before the t-test is applied. Increased creativity and student learning outcomes are calculated using normalized N-Gain. The results showed: 1) Improvement of students' scientific creativity after joining learning in the medium category. 2) Improving student learning outcomes after participating in learning in the good category. 3) Student responses to the learning process in the positive category. Based on the above, it can be concluded that the application of student activity sheet model used in learning activities to improve scientific creativity competency and student learning outcomes is effective.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Sujana, I. M. (I); Wayan Puniawati, Ida Ayu;
    Publisher: Mataram University
    Country: Indonesia

    Program Penempatan Dosen di Sekolah (PDS) merupakan program pengembangan kompetensi dosen dalam pembelajaran sekolah yang dilaksanakan oleh Direktorat Belmawa Kemenristekdikti. Program yang dilaksanakan oleh dosen LPTK dan didampingi oleh guru sekolah mitra bertujuan untuk memberikan pengalaman praktis baik perencanaan, pelaksanaan, maupun penilaian pembelajaran secara nyata di sekolah. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk merefleksikan kegiatan PDS d SMA Negeri 1 Matarm, Lombok. Metode yang digunakan adalah Reflective Teaching Model yang merupakan bagian dari penelitian kualitatif deskriptif. Kegiatan melibatkan 2 orang (Dosen dan Guru Mitra) dan 79 siswa sebagai penerima dampak dari kegiatan pembelajaran. Data dikumpulkan dengan dokumenter (RPP), Refleksi pembelajaran, dan Tes dan Non-tes. Hasil refleksi pembelajaran menunjukkan: (1) Kegiatan PDS ini telah memberikan pengalaman praktis kepada dosen terkait dengan perencanaan, pelaksanaan, dan penilaian pembelajaran berdasarkan K-13 revisi 2017; (2) Langkah-langkah dalam pembelajaran Teaching Learning Cycles (BKOF, MOT, JCOT, dan ICOT) dapat terintegrasi dengan Literacy dan unsur 4C dalam Pembeajaran Abad 21 (Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, dan Communication; (3) Kegiatan pembelajaran terintegrasi tersebut telah mampu meningkatkan partisipasi dan kemampuan peserta didik dengan rata-rata skor 87,98 dengan tingkat ketuntasan mencapai 92,41%.

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