DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING MATERIALS FOR SASAK ALUS LANGUAGE AS CULTURAL PRESERVATION AND LEARNING RESOURCES

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Zul Anwar
Basuki Wibawa
Nurdin Ibrahim

Keywords

Development, Teaching Material, Learning Resources, Sasak Alus Language, Instructional materials

Abstract

Purpose: This study aims to develop language teaching materials as a learning resource for fourth-grade students in elementary school.


Methodology: The approach used in this study is library research that is operationalized by the development method. The procedure of development research according to Gall and Borg consists of ten steps, namely; (1) research and information collecting), (2) planning, (3) developing preliminary form of product), (4) preliminary field testing, (5) main product revision, (6) main field testing, (7) operational product revision, (8) operational field testing, (9) final product revision, (10) dissemination and implementation.


Main Findings: The results showed that the instructional materials developed were suitable to be used as learning resources with the results of content expert validation 84.5%, media expert validation 77.2%, instructional design expert validation 83.2%. The results of trials one to one by learner 80.8%, 85.4% small group, and 85.8% field trial.


Implications: Based on the results of the test it was concluded that the teaching materials developed were suitable to be used as learning resources. The products of this study can be used to apply the concept of resource-based learning and improve the quality of local subject learning in the Sasak Alus language in elementary school.

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