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LUTFI, Achmad; HIDAYAH, Rusly; AFTINIA, Fitria  and  IPMAWATI, Nurulita. House of Chemistry as a hydrocarbon learning media for high school students. Educ. quím [online]. 2023, vol.34, n.1, pp.176-187.  Epub May 26, 2023. ISSN 0187-893X.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate House of Chemistry game as a Hydrocarbon learning media able to enhance the motivation of high school students. The study was conducted on high school students in East Java Indonesia and determined randomly in two classes each as a control group and experimental group. Before learning is done the initial test then learning according to plan using the available media in the class for the control group and the experimental group with the game House of Chemistry as learning media, after the learning is done the final test, motivation questionnaire, and student response questionnaire. The results of the data obtained in the experimental group: (a) student learning motivation of 94.5%; (b) scores on student learning outcomes achieving classical completeness; there is an increase compared to before learning; learning outcomes score is better than the control group learning outcomes score; (c) student responses obtained 90.6%; (d) there is a relationship of 0.437 between motivation and student learning outcomes scores. It was concluded that hydrocarbon learning using the game House of Chemistry as a learning media had a positive impact on student learning motivation, there was an increase in student learning outcomes, and the experimental group learning scores were better than scores of students’ control groups giving positive responses and positive correlation between motivation and student learning outcomes

Keywords : Chemistry; completeness; house of chemistry; learning media; motivation.

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