Adaptive English Learning Materials during Covid 19 in Indonesian School

Theresia Nera Sunny(1*), Sri Sumarni(2), Darmahusni Darmahusni(3)


(1) State Jakarta University
(2) State Jakarta University
(3) State Jakarta University
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


As a result of Covid-19, changes have been made across all sectors of
society, including higher education. Thus, educators should have the ability
and the resources necessary during the pandemic to provide effective
learning materials and methods to students. Learners are able to recognize
the characteristics of English materials, which facilitates and accelerates the
acquisition of the language. As a result, learning materials play an important
role in defining educational goals, and quality education cannot be
separated from the curriculum. While educational materials play a role
within and outside of the classroom, they also play a role in influencing
students. Therefore, changes to educational materials should continue to be
made in order to improve education quality, while ensuring that these
changes do not interfere with learning. This study examines the adaptive
English-learning materials that Indonesian schools have used during
COVID-19. Based on the results of 10 journals that have applied adaptive
English learning materials in Indonesian schools, the materials have been
developed. This research was conducted using instruments published in
scientific journals. Students from Indonesian schools were the subjects of
the study. During this research, the following steps were taken: a collection
of published journals, Surveying and analyzing the needs of the students,
planning, writing the course grid, and evaluating the course materials are
all necessary. This study used a qualitative methodology to identify the
availability of adaptive English learning materials in Indonesian schools
from 2019 to 2022. This journal reported that many educators and students
were satisfied with the adaptive English learning materials developed by
educators. Therefore, educators must be creative in order to achieve
students' success, especially in terms of their ability to learn languages in a
new curriculum called Kurikulum Merdeka. It is possible for educators to
use adaptive learning in the Kurikulum Merdeka in order to maximize the
effectiveness of teaching and learning activities


Keywords


Adaptive learning, English learning materials, Language skills, Kurikulum Merdeka Belajar.

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