Thinking the most convenient analysis of alpha generation by using social science story digital books

Hamimah Hamimah, Syamsu Arlis, Arwin Arwin, Chandra Chandra, Yesi Anita, Ary Kiswanto Kenedi, Annisa Kharisma

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The low literacy of students in Indonesia was the center of attention for all observers of present-day education that have an effect on the alpha generation as their successors. Overcoming these problems, it was necessary to innovate and develop social science story digital books for the alpha generation in industrial revolution 4.0 era that needs to be realized in the real life of students as the purpose of this study. Development research was carried out with the development model of Borg & Gall, namely: research and information collecting, planning, develop a preliminary form of product, preliminary field testing, main product revision, main field testing, operational product revision, operational field testing, final product revision, and dissemination and implementation. The results showed that the develop social science story digital books with the design of the Adobe Photoshop CS6 for an alpha generation was feasible and effective to use.


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Science Social; Story; Alpha Generation; Industrial Revolution 4.0; Literacy; Elementary School

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