BUNPO: A COURSE IN JAPANESE LITERATURE WITH USING A PROJECT-BASED LEARNING MODEL
The Japanese language is very in demand nowadays in Indonesia, especially among the younger generation. This is due to the higher job opportunities in Japan and their interest in Japanese culture. As a result, there is a rise in job training institutions that distribute a workforce in Japan, and more universities have opened Japanese courses to produce high-quality students. The Japanese Language course at Universitas Bung Hatta has been active for more than 20 years. However, the current learning method is outdated and still not sustainable within the conditions of today’s digital era. Therefore, there are still many aspects that need to be improved. This study will apply and test the Project-Based Learning method for Bunpo students to prove whether this method can strengthen the student’s skills in the Japanese language equivalent to N3 (max. N1). The method of this research uses experimental research methods with qualitative and quantitative approaches. Qualitative is narrative descriptive research, while quantitative sees the significance of the method applied from the results of the Pre-Test and Post-Test with the T-test. In addition, this study will use an experimental method with students to test the effectiveness of the Project-Based Learning method. The objects the researchers observed were students in the Japanese literature program at Universitas Bung Hatta. The study found that there was a significant effect on the optimization of Japanese grammar skills (Bunpo) for students of Japanese literature at Universitas Bung Hatta with the T-test, with the value of tcount = 4.40 > ttable = 1.77.
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