Nyayu Lulu Nadya, Falina Noor Amalia


The main objective of this study is to describe the needs of students and lecturers on the development of local-based fairy tale textbooks. This research was conducted at the Indonesian language and literature education study program FKIP UTP. The type of this research is qualitative descriptive. Techniques for data collection used questionnaire and interview. The sample involved sixteen students and two lecturers of Sanggar Sastra course. This research utilized fairy tales as a way to get to know South Sumatra culture in the learning process, especially in Sanggar Sastra course. This study used open and close ended questionnaires. Meanwhile, structured interview was also used to get complementary answer. The results of the study proved that most young people are more familiar with Korean drama than the story of the Bitter Tongue. In addition, the results of the questionnaire indicate that 100% of the sample stated yes if the South Sumatra folklore was used as a reference in writing present tales; 61.11% of the sample stated that they did not know the South Sumatra folklore; 88.88% of the sample thought that it was very appropriate if the local story of South Sumatra used brief and concentrated teaching book, containing of the understanding of fairy tales, examples, and exercises. Based on the data from the research results, it can be concluded that it is necessary to develop textbooks about fairy tales in Sanggar Sastra course. Textbooks are chosen because they can facilitate students to study, both in groups and individually.


Needs analysis; fairy tales; local

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