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DESIGNING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO IMPROVE EFL LEARNERS ACHIEVEMENT  

 

KONDER MANURUNG

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION

TADULAKO UNIVERSITY PALU

INDONESIA

DOI: 10.24113/ijellh5281                                https://doi.org/10.24113/ijellh5281                                                           

Abstract

The study aims at designing EFL instructional materials used in EFL class at English Department, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education at a university in Indonesia. The design is based on the results of evaluation and analysis on the instructional materials used in Curriculum and Material Development Class by applying Instructional Design (ID) element instruments evaluation. The study employed a developmental research (R&D) design involving a group of students programming the Curriculum and Material Development class in 2014/2015 academic year. The results of the evaluation and analysis on the instructional materials revealed that the instructional materials for the Curriculum and Material Development class were based on handbook adapted from textbooks which were commercially created. Based on the results of the evaluation and analysis, instructional materials were developed employing Dick and Carey ID elements. The results of the implementation of the designed instructional materials to a group of 35 EFL learners are reported and discussed.

Keywords:  designing instructional materials, EFL learners, ID elements, ID elements evaluation instruments, achievement
journal of english

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