Digital Equipment Essay

5709 words - 23 pages

HUBUNGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR TERHADAP PRESTASI
BELAJAR GEOGRAFI SISWA KELAS X dan XI IPS SMA N 1
MINGGIR SLEMAN TAHUN AJARAN 2009/2010
SKRIPSI
Diajukan kepada Fakultas llmu Sosial dan Ekonomi
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Untuk Memenuhi Sebagian Persyaratan
Guna Memperoleh gelar Sarjana Pendidikan
Disusun Oleh :
Rita Handayani
06405244017
PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN GEOGRAFI
FAKULTAS ILMU SOSIAL DAN EKONOMI
UNIVERSITAS NEGERI YOGYAKARTA
2010
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PERSETUJUAN
Skripsi yang berjudul "HUBUNGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR TERHADAP
PRESTASI BELAJAR GEOGRAFI SISWA KELAS X DAN XI IPS SMA N
1 MINGGIR SLEMAN TAHUN AJARAN 2009/2010" ini telah disetujui oleh
pembimbing untuk diujikan.
Yogyakarta, 26 Oktober 2010
Pembimbing I Pembimbing II
Suparmini, M.Si. M. Nursa'ban, M.Pd. NIP. 19541110 198003 2 001 NIP. 19780710 200501 1 003
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PENGESAHAN
Skripsi dengan judul "HUBUNGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR TERHADAP
PRESTASI BELAJAR GEOGRAFI SISWA KELAS X DAN XI IPS SMA N
1 MINGGIR SLEMAN TAHUN AJARAN 2009/2010" telah dipertahankan di
depan Dewan Penguji pada tanggal 22 November 2010 dan dinyatakan LULUS.
DEWAN PENGUJI
Nama Jabatan Tanda tangan Tanggal
Suparmini, M.Si Ketua Penguji ...................... ..................
Nurhadi, M.Si Penguji Utama ...................... ..................
M. Nursa'ban, M.Pd Sekretaris Penguji ...................... ..................
Yoyakarta, November 2010 Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ekonomi
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Dekan
Sardiman, A.M., M.Pd. NIP. 19510523 198003 1 001
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SURAT PERNYATAAN
Yang bertanda tangan di bawah ini:
Nama : Rita Handayani
NIM : 06405244017
Jurusan : Pendidikan Geografi
Fakultas : Ilmu Sosial dan Ekonomi
Judul Tugas Akhir : HUBUNGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR TERHADAP
PRESTASI BELAJAR GEOGRAFI SISWA KELAS X
DAN XI IPS SMA N 1 MINGGIR SLEMAN TAHUN
AJARAN 2009/2010
Dengan ini saya menyatakan bahwa skripsi ini adalah benar-benar karya saya
sendiri. Sepanjang pengetahuan saya, tidak terdapat karya atau pendapat yang
ditulis atau diterbitkan orang lain kecuali sebagai acuan atau kutipan dengan
mengikuti tata penulisan karya ilmiah yang telah lazim.
Yogyakarta, 10 November 2010
Yang menyatakan,
Rita Handayani NIM. 06405244017
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MOTTO
"…Allah akan meninggikan orang-orang yang beriman diantara kamu dan
orang-orang diberi ilmu pengetahuan beberapa derajat…."
(Q.S Al-Mujaadilah::11)
"… Sesungguhnya Allah tidak akan mengubah keadaan suatu kaum
sehingga mereka mengubah yang ada pada diri mereka sendiri …"
(Q.S. Ar-Ra'ad ayat 11)
"Semua orang tidak perlu menjadi malu karena pernah berbuat kesalahan,
selama ia menjadi lebih bijaksana dari pada sebelumnya" (Alexander Pope 2010)
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PERSEMBAHAN
Dengan mengucapkan syukur Alhamdulillah penulis panjatkan kehadirat Allah
SWT atas segala karunia-Nya sehingga dapat menyelesaikan karya ini.
♥ Ku persembahkan karya ini kepada Kedua orang tuaku tercinta, Ayah Warsito dan Ibu Sri Nurhayati atas "lantunan" do'a, kasih sayang dan
pengorbanan tanpa pamrih yang selalu engkau berikan...

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