CONCEPT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WHOLE LANGUAGE APPROACH IN INDONESIA LANGUAGE LEARNING

Novita Donna Zamzami, Novi Nurhayati, Moh Salimi

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Education is a whole series of activities held by educators for students on all aspects of the development of student’s potential to achieve the goal. Educational objectives can be achieved through learning activities that are able to build and develop students' knowledge as a whole. Including in Indonesian learning. There are four skills in Indonesia language learning that must be developed, namely reading, listening, speaking and writing skills. The purpose of this study is to describe 1. Whole language approach, 2. Implementation of a Whole language approach in Indonesia language learning. The results of this study are: (1) Whole language is a language learning approach based on constructivism. Whole language is implemented contextually, logically, chronologically, communicatively, and intact so students can see language as a whole; (2) The implementation of the Whole language approach in Indonesian language learning is combining reading, listening, writing and speaking.

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whole language approach, Indonesian language learning.

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