APPLICATION OF A SYNECTIC MODEL BASED ON LOCAL BUGIS MAKASSAR CULTURE IN LEARNING TO WRITE POETRY
Poetry is one of the objects of study in literature and has an important role in life, especially learning to write. The purpose of this study was to describe, in general, the application of a synectic learning model based on local Bugis Makassar culture to learning to write poetry. The aims of the study were: (1) to describe the planning for the application of a synectic learning model based on local Bugis Makassar culture in learning to write poetry; and (2) to describe the process of implementing a synectic learning model based on local Bugis Makassar culture in learning to write poetry. (3) describe the assessment of the application of the local Bugis Makassar culture-based synectic learning model in learning to write poetry. This research method is classroom action research consisting of four stages, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection, which are carried out in two cycles. This research was conducted at Makassar State University with 30 class of 2020 students as research subjects.The research data is in the form of process data in the form of student activity in class and learning outcome data in the form of student poetry writing results. The data sources for this research are lecturers and students. Data was collected through test techniques, questionnaires, interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis was carried out qualitatively by describing the results of questionnaires and interviews regarding students' interest in writing and the constraints experienced by lecturers in learning, and quantitatively in the form of student poetry writing test results using the synectic model. The results of the study prove that the application of a synectic learning model based on local Bugis Makassar culture can improve students' poetry writing skills by improving the learning implementation plan in cycle II, namely the syntax of the learning process. In cycle I, students' ability to write poetry with an average score of 61.07 is included in the low category by assessing the results of student poetry writing by looking at the application of the physical and emotional elements of poetry. In cycle II, students' ability to write poetry increased significantly, with an average score of 80.57.
Keywords: learning model, synectic, local culture, writing, poetry