Developing Reading Teaching Material BIPA A1 Using Deductive Approach in D’Royal Moroco School

Siti Ayu Ningsih


This study aims to describe: 1) the need of reading teaching material for BIPA (Indonesian Language for Foreign Speakers) at A1 level in D'Royal Moroco Integrative Islamic Elementary School, and 2) the development of reading teaching material for BIPA at A1 level use deductive approach. The method used in this research was research and development method. Based on the observations, documents analysis, interviews, and tests result, can be elaborated that the school did not have any teaching materials for BIPA. While the school had quite a lot of BIPA students. This situasions need immediate action of developing reading teaching material for BIPA at A1 level. Due to the target of the users for this teaching material, deductive approach can be used to developing the reading teaching material of BIPA A1 since the children learn more effectively by imitating the examples, and deductive approach suits that needs. By following the deductive approach, the teaching material should have: 1) begins with the concept introduction, 2) followed by relevant examples, and 3) contains of adequate practice. It is also should containing relevant and interesting illustrations.


research and development, teaching material, reading, BIPA A1, deductive


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