[SCOPUS] Aryusmar – Innovative culture-based English learning model for non-English faculty students

Aryusmar,, Muhartoyo,
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 2018, pp. 90–96

This research aimed to develop an innovative culture-based English learning model. This descriptive-qualitative research designs with interpretive-exploratory conducted at Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia from March to December 2017. The population is all non-English faculty lecturers and students and the samples selected by using simple random sampling with a lottery. This study started with the need analysis of qualitative data of the existing course outlines and the comprehensive literature review. After that, it analyzed the quantitative data collected from the interview of 3 sample lecturers and the questionnaire of 100 sample students. The result of the analysis concluded that the conceptual framework of innovative culture-based English learning model should involve (1) communicative-culture based English learning; (2) student-centered learning, and (3) internet and library access-based learning. The learning activities should include the internet-based portfolio using office 365, culture based-English video materials, discussions, oral presentation and take-home exams. The lecturer should act as a coach and facilitator to achieve the learning outcomes that include the communicative English proficiency, searching learners and culture awareness. The implication of this research is that the English learning model of non-English faculty at the University should significantly innovate; consequently, Bina Nusantara University should replace the existing English learning model.

LINK: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3206129.3239416