Communicative Competence Development, Contextuality, and Character Education in English Textbooks Used by Senior High Schools in Yogyakarta Special Territory.

Sukur, Silvester Goridus and Madya, Suwarsih (2019) Communicative Competence Development, Contextuality, and Character Education in English Textbooks Used by Senior High Schools in Yogyakarta Special Territory. S3 thesis, Program Pascasarjana.

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Abstract

This study aims at revealing to what extent: (1) the English textbooks used by senior high school (SMA) students in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta or Yogyakarta Special Territory (hereafter called YST) have been developed to promote communicative competence development goal of English teaching- learning; (2) the content of the textbooks for SMA students in YST contextually fulfills the needs of students and teachers in learning English as a foreign language in Indonesia which is multicultural, multilingual, and multi-ethnic; and (3) the values of character education have been embedded in the textbooks. This research was conducted with the content analysis research method as proposed by Chelimsky (1989), Krippendorff (2004), Neuman (2014), Drisko & Maschi (2016) Zhang & Wildemuth (2015), White & Marsh (2006 ), Franzosi (2010), Mayring (2014), and Neundorf (2002). The research procedure was adapted from these experts. This research was conducted in YST from January to November 2018. The research data were collected by using a checklist with the help of NVivo 11 Plus Software. The procedure of collecting and analyzing data with Nvivo 11 Plus was done based on the concepts of the experts above. The checklist was adapted from the criteria made by some experts and synchronized with the criteria made by BSNP. Test result of the level of agreement of reliability with the Kappa reliability test standard showed > 90.84% (excellent). There are eight findings in this study. First, in general, the English textbooks for SMA students meet the teachers and students‘ needs. Second, in the context of communicative competence development, some materials were developed, but some other related materials were not provided both for pre- communicative activities and for communicative activities. Third, students will find it difficult to practice English integratedly because not all English skills were developed in the three textbooks. Fourth, the level of difficulty of the material in these textbooks is suitable for students in big cities, but may not be suitable for those with minimal competence in remote areas. Fifth, in terms of contextuality, the contents of the three textbooks have been developed contextually, but some materials are not contextual. Sixth, the textbooks were developed with national standards so that they are not contextual at a certain level because of the different conditions of students, regions, and socio-cultures all over Indonesia. Seventh, in general, all the books have embedded the values of character education. Eighth, there is inconsistency and incoherence in developing the textbooks. In sum, the three textbooks have been developed to meet teachers and students‘ contextual need, but further improvement of their content is important.

Item Type: Thesis (S3)
Uncontrolled Keywords: textbook, communicative competence, contextuality, character education
Subjects: Bahasa dan Sastra > Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris
Divisions: Program Pascasarjana > Ilmu Pendidikan Bahasa
Depositing User: Perpustakaan Pascasarjana
Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2019 07:44
Last Modified: 31 May 2021 06:41
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/66054

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