Based on the initial survey conducted at SMAN 1 Gambiran, the learning media in the classroom uses conventional textbooks. Several studies on textbooks show that there are misconceptions in explaining concepts, presenting formulas, writing symbols, using units, presenting images and presenting questions. The module is a tool other than textbooks that can help students relate material to everyday life. The module arrangement is not only material but also provides sample questions, summaries, practice questions, and formative tests. Modules can be used independently in achieving learning objectives, so that students are able to develop on their own. The implementation of local potential in learning facilities is also worth developing and making it easier for students to understand the material contained in the module. This study uses a four-D development model, the data analysis used is divided into three, namely validity, practicality, and effectiveness. Data analysis techniques for validity using quantitative descriptive analysis. On the effectiveness of using individual mastery and classical learning completeness. As for the practicality of using a Likert scale analysis of five intervals quantitatively. The validation results show the classification is very valid and can be used as teaching materials. The results of student responses get a percentage of 75.6% with practical criteria. The results of the effectiveness obtained from classical learning completeness which reached 86.67% with very good criteria. The development module is declared valid, practical and effective.