Adilah Pratiwi, Dewi Ariani


The tutorial model was a very useful strategy in teaching Indonesian to foreign learners. The tutorial model became one of the teaching models that synchronizes between classical learning and individual learning. Tutorial model was implemented outside the classroom by utilizing cultural objects as a medium of learning. The selection of cultural objects and tutors were tailored to the learning needs and characteristics of foreign learners who learning Indonesian language. Tutorial model by utilizing the cultural object as a medium of learning could increase the confidence of foreign learners who learned the Indonesian language. In the implementation of the model, every learner was guided by one tutor in visiting cultural object. The teaching model of tutorial can improve Indonesian language competence of the foreign learners. Learners are more confident in using the Indonesian in communicating.

Keyword: tutorial model, tesching Indonesian, foreign learners

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