Students’ Perception toward the Integrated Content-Based Reading Instructional Material
Keywords:Keywords—Integrated Content-based Instruction (CBI), Reading instructional materials
This study aims at developing reading instructional material using content-based instruction (CBI) approaches for the students of Islamic Education Department in a private university in Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi province, Indonesia. This is a research and developmental research with ADDIE developmental model. This study involved the lecturers and students of Islamic Education Department. This paper presents the students’ perception toward the Integrated Content-Based Reading Instructional Material that had been designed. The result of this study found that the students of Islamic education department have a very positive perception toward the Integrated Content-Based Reading Instructional Material.
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