AN INTERACTIVE PATTERN IN THE CONTEXT OF DISTANCE LEARNING-BASED TRANSLATION LEARNING
The purpose of this research was to identify the interaction pattern in distance learning in the translation class. The study used case studies related to the interaction patterns that exist in the translation class in the distance learning system. Participants in this study were 100 students in the translation class (2 classes = F: 55, M: 45). The researcher used the purposive sampling technique in determining the sample. Data collection was done through observation, documentation and interviews. The data analysis technique was carried out through the stages of data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. The findings show that the interaction pattern that is built has 4 interrelated and integrated features in the LMS. The pattern of interaction creates a sequential learning structure. All learning activities are presented in a complete LMS, including communication. So, the tutor does not communicate offline learning. Improvements that must be made are material enrichment involving audiovisuals. The results of this study also have implications for the tutor's understanding that the interaction pattern will be very good if students' learning motivation is also in line with understanding the use of LMS.
Keywords: Interaction, Distance Learning, Translation