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The complexity of cultural outcomes as Indonesian language teaching material for foreign speakers (BIPA)

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.4, No. 6)

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Page : 1979-1984

Keywords : Teaching material; the complexity of cultural outcomes; BIPA; Indonesian Friends;

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Culture plays an important role in language learning with the aim of promoting communication skills for foreign students. Language is also a set of spoken voices which are arbitrators and must be meaningful. The main function of language is as a tool and communication tool. As for language learning the role of the instructor is needed because professional instructors in language and culture support literacy, so students want to have literacy and cross-cultural skills. Thus, cross-cultural understanding is also needed to be a supporting component in the language learning process of a country, without knowing the culture in the local area, foreign students will have difficulty in socializing with the local community. In the process of communicating the use of individual languages is always associated with language, language users and language use. This research was written with the aim of describing the cultural results contained in Indonesian textbooks for foreign speakers. This research was written with the aim of describing the cultural results contained in the textbook. The level of the textbook analyzed was my best friend's level a1, A2, B1, and B2. The research method used in conducting research is a qualitative descriptive research method. Based on the results of the study, found several cultural results at each level or level. The results of this study are: livelihood (MH) 37.5%, life equipment and technology (PH) 6.25%, arts (K) 31.25%, knowledge systems (SP) 6.25%, religion (R) 6.25% and language (B) 12.5%.

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