Developing Instructional Material And Strategies For Buginese Learners In The Crash Course Program at Neroa School
DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL AND STRATEGIES FOR BUGINESE LEARNERS IN THE CRASH COURSE PROGRAM AT NEROA SCHOOL
This research is a development research that aims to develop an instructional strategy and suitable materials for an English crash course program at Neroa School, a non-formal educational institution in Soppeng Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. This research is a continuation of previous research conducted by researchers that focused on identifying the needs of Buginese learners in learning English as a foreign language. Researchers adopted the ADDIE Model developed by Branch (2009), covering the stages of analysis, design, develop, implementation, and evaluation. The research instrument used was a questionnaire at the stage of needs analysis and product validation as well as pre-test and post-test sheets at the implementation stage before the evaluation process which contained product revisions. Data analysis is presented in a statistically qualitative descriptive form. This research produces a teaching material with the genre of Grammar for Speaking accompanied by teaching strategies that are in line with the material.
Keywords: R&D, Instructional Strategies, Materials, Crash Course, Non-formal Education