Development of interactive multimedia is one solution to problem unsatisfactory Indonesian language learning outcomes. This research is a research and development, especially the development phase, namely a wide-scale tryout. From the data analysis, it's found that the media is very practical seen from the students and teachers' responses. The media are also very effective from two aspects, namely the studentsâ€™ learning outcomes and the studentsâ€™ activities. Thus, the developed media can be applied and disseminated for Indonesian language learning in 5th elementary schools.
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