ANALISIS KESESUAIAN MATERI AJAR PUISI BERTEMA URLAUB DENGAN KURIKULUM 2013 KETERAMPILAN MEMBACA KELAS XII SMA

  • Amalaulia Permatasari Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Dwi Imroatu Julaikah Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

In learning the language there are four main skills that must be mastered, one of which is reading,
which in the process required a teaching material to support the learning process. One of the teaching
materials that can be used is literature. However, based on research by Situmorang (1980) found that
the level of interest in poetry is lower than other literary works, besides the discussion related to
poetry in German language learning is also still rarely discussed. Therefore, the formulation of the
problem of this scientific article is “how is the suitability of Urlaub-themed poem as teaching
material with the 2013 curriculum?”. The purpose of this scientific article is to prove the suitability
of Urlaub-themed poem as teaching material. The benefit of this scientific article is to find Urlaubthemed poems that are suitable for teaching materials. Source data in this scientific article some
children's poems obtained from the website Gedicht Suche. The method to be used is qualitative
description with literature study method. From the available data, it will be possible to analyze its
compliance with the 2013 curriculum. The results of the scientific article analysis of the suitability
of Urlaub-themed poems as teaching materials for learning German reading skills are, from four
Urlaub-themed poems, there are two poems that are most in accordance with the 2013 curriculum,
namely, Am See by Adof Holst and Der Eislauf by August Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben, so
that they can be used as a variety of teaching materials.

Published
2022-07-15
How to Cite
Permatasari, A., & Julaikah, D. (2022). ANALISIS KESESUAIAN MATERI AJAR PUISI BERTEMA URLAUB DENGAN KURIKULUM 2013 KETERAMPILAN MEMBACA KELAS XII SMA. LATERNE, 11(02), 194-207. Retrieved from https://ejournal.unesa.ac.id/index.php/laterne/article/view/48531
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