Widi Astuti1 & Nurhadi Bewe2
1Indonesian Language and Literature Education, Graduate School, Yogyakarta State University, Karangmalang, Indonesia
2Indonesian Language and Literature Education, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Yogyakarta State University, Karangmalang, Indonesia
Abstract: This study aims to develop listening learning multimedia based on metacognitive strategies for intermediate BIPA students and to describe the feasibility of these products based on the validation of material experts and media experts. This research is a development research with a modification of the Borg & Gall development model, which includes the stages of information collecting, product development planning, product development, and product evaluation. The research instruments used are interview guides, needs analysis questionnaires, and product feasibility questionnaires. Data collection techniques employed are interviews and questionnaires. Descriptive statistics is used to analyze the product feasibility. The results of this study show that (1) the creation of listening learning multimedia based on metacognitive strategies are feasible for intermediate level BIPA learners, (2) based on material expert judgment, learning multimedia obtained a score of 4.58 out of a scale of 5 with the category of “very good”, while based on assessment of media experts, learning multimedia obtained a score of 4.45 from a scale of 5 with the category “very good”. Based on these findings, this learning multimedia can be used as an alternative of learning media for listening in the intermediate level of BIPA.
Keywords: Learning Multimedia, Listening, Metacognitive Strategies, Intermediate Level BIPA Learners
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