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This is a development research using Borg & Gall’s (2005) method, aimed at determining the process and efficiency of E-learning media on the basis of Google Classroom. The method to analyze data uses qualitative technique. All data collected was analyzed using descriptive statistical techniques that were expressed in the distribution of scores and scale categories. The learning process involves five phases, such as analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. The validation results are noted to 77.95% (good) in average and the Google Classroom learning media shows 77.72% (good). The data description proves that the tests consists of data from the results being used by the teacher and the average is 81.06% (very good). The data on the result of media use by high school students taken from individual test is noted to reach 87.3% (very good) in average; the small group test shows 89% (very good) in average and the test of limited trial is 91.7% (very good) in average. The average value of learning outcomes using Google Classroom had the highest post-test score of 100.00, better than the highest pre-test score of 77,00.

French method, google classroom.

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LUBIS, N. P., FRISKA, J., & ZULHERMAN, . (2021). DEVELOPING FRENCH TEACHING METHOD BASED ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR CLASS XI AT SMA NEGERI 21 MEDAN. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science, 15(1), 8-15. Retrieved from
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