ANALISIS LATIHAN MENULIS PADA BUKU “STUDIO D A1” SEBAGAI PENUNJANG BUKU “DEUTSCH IST EINFACH” UNTUK SISWA KELAS XI SMAN 12 SURABAYA

  • Grace Mathilda Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Suwarno Imam Samsul Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

Textbooks are one of the learning resources used by students or teachers to support the learning process. This study was
motivated by a German teacher SMAN 12 Surabaya using Deutsch ist einfach Class XI textbook as the main textbook, but
not limited to also adding material / questions for exercises taken from other books and the internet. This shows the lack of
variety of material / questions in the textbook Deutsch ist einfach Class XI. Therefore, it is necessary to have a book
supporting the main textbook. The researcher used German textbook “Studio d A1 " as the main textbook support. Studio D
A1 books are appropriate for high school students with niveau A1 level. In this study, researchers prioritize writing exercises
in the Book Studio d A1 in order to be used as additional exercises from the textbook Deutsch ist einfach Class XI. This
study is a qualitative research using documentation techniques and literature study techniques based on the 2013 curriculum
and Bernd Kast theory. Source data obtained from the textbook Deutsch ist einfach Class XI and Book Studio d A1. The
results of this study are as follows: There are 15 exercises that correspond to Bernd Kast's theory of writing exercises. With
details of 7 exercises on stage aufbauende Übungen, 6 exercises on stage vorbereitende Übungen, and 2 exercises on
strukturierende Übungen. For the stage of Kreatives und freies Schreiben and Kommunikatives Schreiben not used in this
study. Because this study aims that writing as a tool.

Published
2022-08-02
How to Cite
Mathilda, G., & Samsul, S. (2022). ANALISIS LATIHAN MENULIS PADA BUKU “STUDIO D A1” SEBAGAI PENUNJANG BUKU “DEUTSCH IST EINFACH” UNTUK SISWA KELAS XI SMAN 12 SURABAYA. LATERNE, 11(02), 253-267. Retrieved from https://ejournal.unesa.ac.id/index.php/laterne/article/view/48960
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