Design Model for Team-Based Projects Based on Digital Litigation in Learning Speaking

Isah Cahyani, Sri Wahyuni, Everhard Markiano Solissa, Ai Santi, Yuniarsih Yuniarsih, Munirah Munirah, Hartin Rizky Sujono, Nanda Saputra


The Team Based Project learning style aims to mold students' conceptual and procedural knowledge together with their mindset. Through the use of this paradigm, learning activities involve people actively debating and working together to solve issues. To create a learning model that can enhance students' understanding and proficiency in speaking, the team-based project learning model was created. The goal of this research was to develop a set of syntax for the Team Based Project learning model, which was implemented in spoken learning courses in the Indonesian Language and Literature Education Study Program, FPBS UPI. This model is based on digital literacy. Research and development using the Dick and Carey model is the methodology employed. Ten stages were involved in the research process. The research process for the development of the Dick and Carey pattern are (1) identifying the need to formulate goals, (2) analyzing the subject matter, (3) analyzing the learner and the context of using the learning model, (4) describing ability goals, (5) developing assessment instruments, (6) developing learning models, (7) developing and selecting teaching materials, (8) compiling and conducting formative evaluations, (9) revising learning programs, and (10) compiling and conducting summative evaluations. Based on the research results, learning to speak using the Team Based Learning model based on digital literacy is declared effective. Students have a positive response to learning and students actively interact, discuss, ask questions, and work together in solving problems.

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