A SYLLABUS DESIGN MODEL FOR INDONESIAN SPEAKING COURSE INTENDED FOR NEGOTIATED INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN VOLUNTEERS OF INDONESIA INTERNATIONAL WORK CAMP (IIWC)

Laily Nur Affini A4C 008012, Affini (2010) A SYLLABUS DESIGN MODEL FOR INDONESIAN SPEAKING COURSE INTENDED FOR NEGOTIATED INDIVIDUAL LEARNING PROGRAM FOR FOREIGN VOLUNTEERS OF INDONESIA INTERNATIONAL WORK CAMP (IIWC). Masters thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

Indonesia International work Camp (IIWC) is an international organization. The organization facilitates Indonesian course to foreign volunteers who conduct a voluntary project in Indonesia. The course started in 2009 up to now. If there is one lack from the course, it is because the course did not have any syllabus. This Descriptive research study has the main purpose to design a negotiated individual learning model program which is documented to be Indonesian speaking syllabus for IIWC foreign volunteers based on contextual field at a project site. This is a descriptive research which employs a case study approach. Questionnaires, interviews, notes, a teaching journal, recordings, photographs and videos were taken during the course process. The population of this research is the IIWC foreign volunteers. The sample of this research is Yurie Takahashi, a Japanese foreign volunteer who was the only new foreign volunteer who came in Indonesia at that time. She conducted a social international voluntary service in Indonesia. The major research participants are I as the Indonesian speaking instructor, and the foreign volunteer as the learner. The collected data is analyzed using a process of reflection and interpretation that is categorized and coded. The findings are first gained from need analysis in order to investigate the learner needs in learning speaking Indonesian. Then the writer was inspired to compose the learning learner’s needs in the course program of speaking Indonesian, which the composition is documented in a form of syllabus. After getting the syllabus, the writer goes to have further investigation by composing the materials mentioned in the syllabus to be created to become a book used for the teaching-learning handout of the course program. It is suggested to the other IIWC’s Indonesian speaking instructors who will teach foreign volunteers at the orphanage can study and consult the syllabus in advance, so that they know the starting points in surveying the existing situation. It is also suggested to other researchers to take the uninvestigated cases in this research, regarding Indonesian listening and pronunciation problems which later can be contributed as well to knowledge of applied linguistics. Key words: Syllabus design, needs analysis, learning-centered approach, negotiated individual learning program

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information:Pembimbing: Dr. Deli NIrmala, M.Hum
Uncontrolled Keywords: Syllabus design, needs analysis, learning-centered approach, negotiated individual learning program
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Linguistic
ID Code:48983
Deposited By:Mahasiswa Magister Linguistik
Deposited On:25 Jun 2016 07:55
Last Modified:25 Jun 2016 07:55

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