Belajar Bahasa Indonesia Informal dengan Lagu dan Iklan (Learn Informal Language Through Songs and TV’s advertisements)

14 Nov

Bahasa Indonesia informal sangat mudah dipelajari. Media yang sering menggunakan cakapan informal adalah lagu, film, atau iklan. Bagi Anda, para guru BIPA, menggunakan media lagu, film, dan iklan selain akan memudahkan murid dalam memahami isinya, juga memudahkan guru dalam menerangkan berbagai unsur dalam media itu.

It’s so easy to learn informal language. We can use any of visual media which use informal conversation such as songs, movies, or television advertisements. For you, who teach BIPA, using songs, movies, and television advertisements not only will make students to get it easier to understand but also give an easy way to teacher in explaining many of interesting issue in it.

Saya paling suka lagu dan iklan. Lagu dan iklan memiliki durasi yang cukup pendek. Keuntungannya, dengan lirik yang berulang-ulang, murid punya cukup waktu untuk memahami isi. Untuk iklan, durasi yang sangat pendek memang lebih menyulitkan mereka, tapi seringkali isinya lebih menggelitik.

I preferred songs and television advertisements to teach it because they have a short duration. It gives us a lot of benefits, for example, with repeated lyrics, students can be easily understand what songs tell them about. For TV’s advertisements, short duration, it is, seems a bit hard to students to understand, but the contents are more tickle.

Iklan produk teh dalam kotak ini bisa jadi contoh cara mengajarkan bahasa Indonesia informal kepada murid BIPA.

These are example of TV’s advertisements created  by a company which made a tea in a tetrapak box. We can easily find it on Youtube or others and teach it to our students.

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