How to Evaluate SCELE (Student Centered E-Learning Environment) Based in Japanese Language Learning: Japanese Language Learner Perspective

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This paper discusses Japanese language learning through SCELE (Student Centered E-Learning Environment). Japanese language learning at the University of Indonesia has implemented SCELE since the last seven years, especially in listening practice. One of the causes of the use of SCELE in Japanese language listening exercise is the allocation of 50 minutes in classroom (8 x 50 minutes in a week) which is deemed necessary to addrss four competencies (reading, listening, writing and speaking competencies) in language learning can be obtained optimally. Nevertheless, an evaluation of SCELE implementation needs to be done in order to get feedback on its implementation. Methodology was done with questionnaires, interviews, and teaching materials in SCELE. The second stage is distribution of questionnaires about teaching materials in SCELE to students and teachers. The questionnaire also included questions related to SCELE material analysis. After the result of questionnaire are analyzed, the next stage is interview students to obtain more feedback.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventInternational Conference on Japanese Studies (ICJS) 2017 - ID, Malang, Indonesia
Duration: 1 Jan 2017 → …
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ConferenceInternational Conference on Japanese Studies (ICJS) 2017
CountryIndonesia
CityMalang
Period1/01/17 → …
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  • SCELE, Japanese, language, learning, information, communication, technology.

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Filia (2017). How to Evaluate SCELE (Student Centered E-Learning Environment) Based in Japanese Language Learning: Japanese Language Learner Perspective. Paper presented at International Conference on Japanese Studies (ICJS) 2017, Malang, Indonesia.
Filia. / How to Evaluate SCELE (Student Centered E-Learning Environment) Based in Japanese Language Learning: Japanese Language Learner Perspective. Paper presented at International Conference on Japanese Studies (ICJS) 2017, Malang, Indonesia.
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