Model of intercultural for teaching speaking in higher education

Titi Rokhayati(1*),

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The aim of this research was to develop model of teaching speaking in higher education. As the world is globalized, it is filled by challenges and competitions which are super tight, everyone was demanded to have a special capability of speaking. By mastering the speaking people were able to communicate. so that their insight in information technology would be more open. To make the teaching speaking successful there were some aspects, one of them was model. They must be developed from the previous model to the new one that was using intercultural model. Intercultural approach is maintaining contact, expressing identity, building a bond with our own and foreign cultures. The intercultural approach stressed on the importance of reflection on comparison of L1 and L2 cultures. There would be 12 classes of speaking as the subjects of exploration. In developing the model, the researcher used ADDIE model of R and D method developed by Molenda and Reiser (2003). The steps would be analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate. The first step is ‘analyze,’ it deals with the need analysis on the description of all the teaching learning process by observing, interviewing and giving questionnaires. The second was ‘design,’it designs a teaching model based on need analysis. The third is ‘develop,’ it develops the model by combining the theory on pedagogical intercultural learning from Scarino and Liddicoat and principles of learning belongs to Ki Hajar Dewantoro, the next step is ‘implement,’ it implements in which it is implemented in the speaking class using classroom action research. The last step is ‘evaluate’ in which the application of new model was implemented

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