LEARNING POETRY APPRECIATION STUDIES IN THE ERA OF DIGITAL LITERATURE POST-PANDEMIC COVID-19
Keywords:literature learning, digital age, post-pandemic, process, student response
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused learning to continue to take place online and offline in lectures with the 2021-2022 School Year. The purpose of this study is to explain the process and response of students to learning poetry appreciation studies which are carried out online offline in the era of digital literature and post-pandemic. This research is a qualitative research with data collection techniques in the form of interviews, observations and questionnaires. Validation techniques use triangulation of theories, methods and informant reviews. Data analysis techniques use miles and hubermann interactive models. The results showed that: (1) students were enthusiastic about the blended learning system with the division of 7 face-to-face meetings and 7 online meetings. (2) offline meetings are used to discuss theory, while offline is used to appreciate each other's poetry videos that friends have made. (3) student responses to the online poetry appreciation study learning system that combines two platforms at once, namely zoom and youtube, showed that 13% were very happy, 65% were happy, 15% were ordinary, 6% were unhappy, and 1% were very unhappy. (4) student opinions on the challenges of being a learner in the era of digital literature, and (5) applications that are used as a reference for making videos for reading and musicalizing poems.
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