English Language Teaching student in USBI Indonesia
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This paper is made by: Heri Winarko Abdul Majid Robiansyah Muhammad Ainul Muiz Indri Astuti Gusmutia Anisa Bernadeta Elmiatra Dina Fauziah Winny Nurbayti Suwirawati Nur Azizah Silvi Dyah Damayanti Curriculum Development in Indonesia Indonesian government define curriculum as a set of educational plans in which contains Pancasila (Philosophical foundation of the Indonesian Republic) and the 1945 constitution. The National Education Standards of Indonesia (BSNP) had regulated through Government Regulation (PP) No. 19 Year 2005 and set eight contents of the Standards of Education, specifically Content Standard, Standard Process, Graduates Competency Standards, Educators Standards and Education Workforce, Infrastructure Standards , Management Standards, Financial Standards and Evaluation Standards. According to Bire (n.d), there are four components of Indonesian curriculum, such as: 1. Objectives Generally, objectives of curriculum refer to the large or general guidelines of course and what students should be achieved. 2. Content Content of the curriculum relates to whole thing (competences) of the course program, for instance; materials, skills, knowledge, and so forth. Based on the research that had been conducted by Ayeni (n.d) there are some contents in curriculum, such as; subject matter, skills, knowledge, laws and ideas that will be learnt during the course. 3. Methods Methods are the ways of how to achieve the aims and objectives of the curriculum. Method is used to execute the contents (Ayeni, n.d). 4. Evaluation This part tells about how to assess and evaluate the performances (measurement or evaluation of students’ performance).