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Journal of Education and Practice, v7 n17 p100-104 2016

The purpose of this paper is to develop Geography skills for learners in high school. It is based on the demands of the Curriculum 2013 which emphasizes the achievement of competence. Curriculum 2013 is designed to provide the broadest possible learning experience for students in developing the ability to behave, to have the understanding, to have the skill, and to act. REACT (Relating, Experiencing, Applying, Cooperating, Transferring) strategy is able to bring new atmosphere and the learners are motivated to enrich learning experiences that increase learning for better outcomes. Currently, Geography in high school is focused on the acquisition of knowledge so that less attention to the mastery of skills and Geography perspectives. This research was conducted in grade XI-IIS-1 of SMA Negeri 15 Surabaya. The application of REACT strategy in Geography proved to be effective in developing the skills of Geography. This is indicated by the average score of individual skills in a learning Geography which is 84.33. The learners' participation and response in learning are very good.

Descriptors: Geography, Geography Instruction, Secondary Education, High School Students, Secondary School Teachers, Curriculum Development, Learning Experience, Quasiexperimental Design, Foreign Countries, Scores, Data Collection, Data Analysis, Teaching Methods

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Author: Utami, Wiwik Sri; Sumarmi; Ruja, I. Nyoman; Utaya, Sugeng

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