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ANALISIS SOAL SNMPTN BIOLOGI BERDASARKAN DOMAIN KOGNITIF TAKSONOMI BLOOM REVISI DAN PROFIL CAPAIAN SISWA SMA KELAS XII SKRIPSI Dajukan untuk Memenuhi Sebagian dari Syarat Memperoleh Gelar Sarjana Pendidikan Program Studi Pendidikan Biologi Oleh: Dian Amirulloh 0900457 JURUSAN PENDIDIKAN BIOLOGI FAKULTAS PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA DAN ILMU PENGETAHUAN ALAM UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA 2013 Dian Amirulloh, 2013 Analisis Soal SNMPTN Biologi Berdasarkan Domain Kognitif Taksonomi Bloom Revisi Dan Profil Capaian Siswa SMA Kelas XII Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | repository.upi.edu | perpustakaan.upi.edu ANALISIS SOAL SNMPTN BIOLOGI BERDASARKAN DOMAIN KOGNITIF TAKSONOMI BLOOM REVISI DAN PROFIL CAPAIAN SISWA SMA KELAS XII Oleh Dian Amirulloh Sebuah skripsi yang diajukan untuk memenuhi salah satu syarat memperoleh gelar Sarjana pada Fakultas Pendidikan Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam © Dian Amirulloh 2013 Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Agustus 2013 Hak Cipta dilindungi undang-undang. Skripsi ini tidak boleh diperbanyak seluruhya atau sebagian, Dian Amirulloh, 2013 Analisis Soal SNMPTN Biologi Berdasarkan Domain Kognitif Taksonomi Bloom Revisi Dan Profil Capaian Siswa SMA Kelas XII Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | repository.upi.edu | perpustakaan.upi.edu dengan dicetak ulang, difoto kopi, atau cara lainnya tanpa ijin dari penulis. LEMBAR PENGESAHAN ANALISIS SOAL SNMPTN BIOLOGI BERDASARKAN DOMAIN KOGNITIF TAKSONOMI BLOOM REVISI DAN PROFIL CAPAIAN SISWA SMA KELAS XII Oleh: Dian Amirulloh 0900457 Disetujui dan disahkan oleh: Pembimbing I Prof. Dr. Nuryani Rustaman, M.Pd. NIP. 195012311979032029 Pembimbing II Dr. Siti Sriyati, M.Si. NIP. 197105302001122001 Mengetahui Ketua Jurusan Pendidikan Biologi Dr. Riandi, M.Si. Dian Amirulloh, 2013 Analisis Soal SNMPTN Biologi Berdasarkan Domain Kognitif Taksonomi Bloom Revisi Dan Profil Capaian Siswa SMA Kelas XII Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | repository.upi.edu | perpustakaan.upi.edu NIP.196305011988031002 “Sumpahku” Terlentang! Jatuh! Perih! Kesal! Ibu pertiwi Engkau pegangan Dalam perjalanan Janji pusaka dan sakti Tanah tumpah darahku makmur dan suci ………… Hancur badan! Tetap berjalan! Jiwa besar dan suci Membawa aku PADAMU! (Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie) “Skripsi ini dipersembahkan untuk orang-orang yang saya sayangi, khususnya ibunda & ayahanda yang dengan tulus ikhlas telah memberikan do’a dan dukungan kepada penulis selama melaksanakan studi di perguruan tinggi, serta untuk bangsa & negara Indonesia yang saya cintai. Semoga karya ini dapat membuahkan kebaikan dan memberikan manfaat.” - Mari Kita Buat Indonesia Tersenyum - Dian Amirulloh, 2013 Analisis Soal SNMPTN Biologi Berdasarkan Domain Kognitif Taksonomi Bloom Revisi Dan Profil Capaian Siswa SMA Kelas XII Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | repository.upi.edu | perpustakaan.upi.edu PERNYATAAN Dengan ini saya menyatakan bahwa skripsi dengan judul Analisis Soal SNMPTN Biologi Berdasarkan Doamin Kognitif Taksonomi Bloom Revisi dan Profil Capaian Siswa SMA Kelas XII ini beserta seluruh isinya adalah benar-benar karya saya sendiri, dan saya tidak melakukan penjiplakan atau pengutipan dengan cara-cara yang tidak sesuai dengan etika keilmuan. Atas pernyataan ini, saya siap menanggung resiko/sanksi yang dijatuhkan kepada saya apabila kemudian ditemukan adanya pelanggran terhadap etika keilmuan dalam karya saya ini, atau ada klaim dari pihak lain terhadap keaslian karya saya ini.
Rhode Island College Department of Athletics and Recreation 2013-14 Visitors Information Guide Rhode Island College Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue•Providence, RI 02908•401-456-8007 Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation ADMINISTRATION Director of Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation Donald E. Tencher e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8007 Associate Athletic Director Jo-Ann D’Alessandro e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-9882 Assistant Director of Athletics for External Affairs Scott Roy e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8515 Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic and Recreational Facilities Andy Coughlin e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-4683 Assistant to the Athletic Director Eric Blanchard e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-6345 Secretary for Intercollegiate Athletics Jeanne D’Agostino e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8007 ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT STAFF Assistant Athletic Director for Development Greg O'Connor e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8961 Executive Director of the Anchor Club Arthur Pontarelli e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8863 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations and Promotions Scott Gibbons e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8516 Assistant Sports Information Director Matt Lopes e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8516 ATHLETIC MEDICINE STAFF Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Medicine and Club Sports Justin Sjovall e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8397 Head Athletic Trainer Carlo Cantarella e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-4686 Assistant Athletic Trainer Andrea Nemirow e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8161 STUDENT-ATHLETE SUCCESS CENTER STAFF Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development G. Gail Davis e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8254 RECREATION CENTER STAFF Assistant Director of Athletics for Recreation and Intramurals Gerald Shellard e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8136 Coordinator of Recreation and Fitness Programs Alan Salemi e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8227 Coordinator of Aquatics Ron Sutherland e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8238 Coordinator of Intramurals Kara Williamson e-mail: email@example.com (401) 456-8156 Assistant to the Assistant Athletic Director of Recreation Dorene Ziroli e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (401) 456-8397 Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS Intercollegiate Athletics Fax Media Relations Fax Athletic Training Room Recreation Center Recreation Center Fax RIC Campus Security Donovan Dining Center (401) 456-8514 (401) 456-4687 (401) 456-8161 (401) 456-8400 (401) 456-4637 (401) 456-8201 (401) 456-8207 COACHES Baseball Scott Virgulak, Head Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) Matt Bergeron, Assistant Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Clay Field, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) (401) 456-8258 FAX (401) 456-8514 Men’s Basketball Bob Walsh, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8075 Mike Romano, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-4637 Anthony Leonelli, Assistant Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Women’s Basketball Kara Williamson, Head Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) (401) 456-8156 Kim Dweck, Assistant Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) FAX (401) 456-4637 Rachel Ferri, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) Men’s & Women's Cross Country Kevin Jackson, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-4617 Timothy Rudd, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Men’s and Women's Golf Greg Gammell, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8829 Gene St. Pierre, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation Women’s Gymnastics Bob Nannig, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8215 Nicole Tomaselli, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Women’s Lacrosse and Soccer Crystal Labossiere, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8252 Christina Tavana, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Men’s Soccer John Mello, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8251 Troy Silvia, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Softball Erin Bellucci, Interim Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8259 FAX (401) 456-8514 Women's Swimming Ron Sutherland, Head Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) (401) 456-8238 FAX (401) 456-851 Men’s Tennis Lorne Teeter, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-4616 FAX (401) 456-8514 Women’s Tennis Adam Spring, Head Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) (401) 456-1954 Devin Kitterick, Assistant Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) FAX (401) 456-8514 Men’s and Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Kevin Jackson, Head Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) (401) 456-4617 Timothy Rudd, Assistant Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) FAX (401) 456-8514 Nick Palazzo, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) Women’s Volleyball Kristen Johnson, Interim Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-8641 Andrew Cass, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com) FAX (401) 456-8514 Wrestling Jay Jones, Head Coach (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) (401) 456-4615 Chris Tribelli, Assistant Coach (e-mail: email@example.com)
Hi my name is _____ and I’m calling from the Bureau of Government Research and Services at Rhode Island College. We are not selling anything; we are conducting a study of issues in the news. Please help us by sharing your opinions. Percentages may not add to 100 percent due to rounding. 3. Are things in Rhode Island are going in the right direction, or have they gotten on the wrong track? 1 Right Direction 11% 2 Wrong Track 83% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 6% 4. What do you think is the most important problem facing Rhode Island right now? PROBE FOR SPECIFIC _______________________________________________________________ 5. Considering the cost of gas, as compared with past summer vacation plans how likely are you to travel outside Rhode Island by car on vacation this year? Are you: 1 More Likely 5% 2 Just as Likely 32% 3 Less Likely 59% 4 (VOL) Don’t Know 2% 5 (VOL) No Answer 2% 6. Supporters say we should allow drilling for oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to increase oil supplies. Opponents say drilling would damage the environment in an unspoiled part of the nation. Do you approve or disapprove of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska? 1 Approve 42% 2 Disapprove 50% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 7% 4 (VOL) Don’t Know 2% 5 (VOL) No Answer 2% 7. In order to help reduce global warming would you be willing or not willing to pay more for electricity if it were generated by renewal sources like the sun or wind energy? 1 Willing 66% 2 Not Willing 25% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 7% 4 (VOL) No Answer 2% 8. Thinking about gay marriage would you favor or oppose Rhode Island courts having the authority to grant divorces to homosexual couples legally married in Massachusetts now living in Rhode Island? 1 Favor 49% 2 Oppose 39% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 8% 4 (VOL) No Answer 4% 9. Governor Carcieri issued an Executive Order dealing with illegal immigrants. It requires that the Federal E-Verify system be used to screen state workers and employees of companies doing business with the state and directs certain state agencies to work cooperatively with Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel in enforcing federal immigration laws. Do you 1 Agree 75% 2 Disagree 18% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 5% 4 (VOL) No Answer 1% 1 As you know, Rhode Island state government has significant financial problems. I am going to read some of the general assembly’s ideas to balance the budget. Please tell me whether you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose each of the provisions I mention: (ROTATE) Proposal St sp Swh sp Swh op St op DK 10. Freezing non-school state aid to cities 4 3 2 1 0 and towns at this year’s level. 29% 25% 14% 23% 10% 11. Reducing the amount of money 4 3 2 1 0 available for college scholarships 12% 12% 18% 54% 4% awarded to needy students. 12. Imposing a two-year time limit on 4 3 2 1 0 welfare benefits. 48% 19% 12% 18% 4% 13. Capping the amount of tax credits paid 4 3 2 1 0 out to encourage the filming of movies 31% 24% 15% 21% 10% and TV shows in Rhode Island. 14. Reducing the number of low income 4 3 2 1 0 families eligible to receive state 20% 14% 19% 43% 4%
Since it re-opened in 1987, The Park Central Hotel has been a favorite with companies and groups looking for unique meetings or events on South Beach. To request a proposal, please fill out the RFP form located at www.theparkcentral.com MEETINGS & EVENTS www.theparkcentral.com RECEPTION MAX 70 BANQUET MAX 50 THEATER MAX 60 FLORIDA ROOM 50' x 40' 700 sq. ft. CONFERENCE MAX 46 U SHAPE MAX 45 HOLLOW SQUARE MAX 28 CLASSROOM MAX 48 BANQUET MAX 20 THEATER MAX 20 IMPERIAL ROOM 23' x 16' 368 sq. ft. CONFERENCE MAX 20 U SHAPE MAX 17 HOLLOW SQUARE MAX 16 CLASSROOM MAX 17 BANQUET MAX 20 THEATER MAX 15 SOUTH MEZZANINE SOUTH MEZZANINE SOUTH MEZZANINE SOUTH MEZZANINE SOUTH MEZZANINE NORTH MEZZANINE NORTH MEZZANINE NORTH MEZZANINE NORTH MEZZANINE NORTH MEZZANINE MEZZANINE ROOMS CONFERENCE SOUTH: MAX 10 NORTH: MAX 16 U SHAPE SOUTH: MAX 9 NORTH: MAX 17 HOLLOW SQUARE NORTH: MAX 16 CLASSROOM SOUTH: MAX 8 NORTH: MAX 12 SOUTH MEZZANINE 17' x 13' 221 sq. ft. NORTH MEZZANINE 18' x 17' 306 sq. ft. 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139 Phone: 305.538.1611 Fax: 305.534.7520 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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At the 1924 Congress, FIFA agreed to assume responsibility for the organisation of the Olympic Football Tournament by ratifying the proposal that “on condition that the Olympic Football Tournament takes place in accordance with the Regulations of FIFA, the latter shall recognise this as a world football championship”. The 1924 tournament was a great success with 60,000 spectators following the final between Uruguay and Switzerland. The South Americans won 3-0 and were celebrated as World Champions in Montevideo. South America’s predominance was even more impressive at the Olympic Football Tournament in Amsterdam in 1928. Against next-door neighbour Argentina, Uruguay did not want to relinquish their victory on that occasion. This resonance at the Olympic Games intensified FIFA’s wish for its own World Championship. FIFA President Jules Rimet was the driving force in the search for the means to materialise this dream. Following a proposal of the Executive Committee, the FIFA Congress in Amsterdam on 26 May 1928 decided to stage an official FIFA World Championship: the World Cup was born! One year later Uruguay, twice Olympic Champions, planning the celebration of its 100th anniversary of independence in 1930, were assigned the organisation of the first FIFA World Cup™. The first FIFA World Cup™ FIFA’s decision to hold the first World Cup in Uruguay did not only meet acclaim, as Europe was plunged in the midst of an economic crisis. Participation in a World Cup taking place overseas, involved a long sea journey. Moreover, for the clubs it meant they had to renounce their best players for two months. Thus, more and more European associations broke their promise to participate. Thanks to Rimet’s personal efforts, at least four Belgium, France, Yugoslavia and Romania - set off on the long journey. The World Cup, opened at the Estadio Centenario on 18 July 1930, became a remarkable success, both in a sporting and financial sense. On 30th July, the first World Cup final saw the same fixture as two years before at the Olympic Football Tournament. Being 2-1 down at half-time, Uruguay raised the rhythm of their play, regained the lead and - cheered on by the majority of the 93,000 crowd - finally won 4-2. The organisers on the other hand were disappointed at the fact that only four European teams participated. The anger in Montevideo was so intense that four years later, the World Champions - for the first and only time - renounced defending their title
The long fight to reform Michigan's no-fault auto insurance system might be coming to a head. Republican leaders laid out a new proposal Thursday that would place a cap on the now-unlimited medical claims and force insurers to their rates for now. House Speaker Jase Bolger, R-Marshall, announced the plan, citing the fact Michigan drivers pay some of the highest premiums on car insurance in the country.
It is important to use a step by step organized approach to develop packaging design. Among other things, it helps to define which steps are client responsibilities and which are responsibilities of the design firm. 1. The first step in the process is for the client to describe the assignment to the design firm, assemble all relevant information and materials, list product benefits and key points in their priority of importance and clarify any mandatories. A “mandatory” is something that is required for the category or company. A “category” example would be the legal way a product should be described. A “company” example could be that the company president doesn’t like the color red. That means that the designer won’t use red! 2. The second step is for the design firm to prepare a proposal for the client. The proposal should include the designer’s understanding of the assignment and responsibilities, and how the designer plans to execute the assignment, spelling out deliverables, timetables and costs for each module or phase in the process. 3. The third is the most important step in the design process and it has nothing to do with graphics. The client and/or the design firm must develop a Communications Strategy that includes a strong USP - Unique Selling Proposition - (sometimes referred to as a Brand Positioning or the Brand Essence) as well as specific design direction for the specific project. The USP gives the trade and consumer a clear understanding of what makes your product different and better than your competition. There is nothing more important to the designer than to have a clear, powerful Brand Positioning to execute.