Developing Conversational Video-Based Learning on This is My World Topic

Mildayanti mildayanti

Abstract


The pedagogical strength of Video-Based Learning (VBL) is presenting knowledge in consistent and attractive manner. The current research is aimed at identifying the needs of grade-7 students of SMP Negeri 4 Pontianak in the Academic Year of 2019/2020, in terms of English teaching and learning contexts and developing the appropriate conversational videobased learning. This study is called Research and Development (R&D). The subjects is grade-7 students of junior high school 4 Pontianak in the academic year of 2019/2020. The procedure adapted the ADDIE research design (Branch, 2010). The steps of research were: (1) conducting needs analysis, (2) designing a course grid, (3) developing materials and media, (4) evaluating the developed materials and media, and (5) revising the final draft of the materials. The needs analysis is conducted by distributing questionnaires to the students, -quantitative data, and interviewing the English teacher, -qualitative data. The mix method was applied in order to display qualitative and quantitative data. The findings reveal that students need more relevant materials and media to improve their communicative skills. The expected product is conversational video-based learning on This is My World material. The topics are derived from Curriculum 2013. The intended results of the evaluation show that the mean value will falls into the category of Very Good. It implies that the developed conversational video-based learning is appropriate to be applied as a pedagogical instrument in English classroom.

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