GENERATING STUDENT'S LANGUAGE LEARNING PASSION THROUGH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING

Retno Sulistyowati

Abstract


This article discusses the problem of how to cultivate student
enthusiasm through problem-based learning. The discussion in the
article focuses more on learning Indonesian. Language learning is
essentially learning communication skills, both oral and written
communication. This learning will be more interesting and can aro use
students' enthusiasm for learning if it is done through a problemsolving process. Students are faced with daily problems and are
encouraged to find answers to these problems. Therefore, problembased learning is the right choice of strategy to support student
learning motivation. Problem-based learning steps make students
search and discover their learning experiences creatively. This strategy
is suitable to be used as an alternative learning strategy that can arouse
student enthusiasm so that students can achieve meaningful learning
experiences.

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