Student Knowledge of Fire Disasters in Senior High School: The Case Study at Man 1 Aceh Besar

Suriyanti Suriyanti, Ismail AB Ismail AB, Sulastri Sulastri
2020 International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding  
Fire disasters can occur anywhere and anytime. Therefore, fire disaster science needs to be taught to students through extracurricular activities. This study aims to measure students knowledge of fire disasters. The research data were obtained from a questionnaire given to respondents. The study population was all students of class XI with a total of 136. The sample selection was done by using students' random sampling techniques and using the Slovin formula, as many as 57 students obtained
more » ... udents obtained respondents. Data analysis was performed using the percentage formula. The results showed that the average student knowledge of 48% of students understood the fire disaster, 46% of the factors that caused the fire disaster, 42% understood the types of fire, 41% knew the type of light fire extinguishers, and 42% knew the classification symbol Fire. It can be concluded that the level of student knowledge of fire disasters is on average 47%. This shows that students' knowledge of fire disaster is still low.
doi:10.18415/ijmmu.v7i2.1499 doaj:f1d80809e6b94c1d8a3b7ab6417725f7 fatcat:2h6vwaolrbdnpgyd5jaozigvsm