KONEKSITAS KOMPETENSI ANTAR PERKULIAHAN SEMESTER 1 YANG DIRASAKAN MAHASISWA S2 PBI PPS UST
This research seeks to explore the connectivity between cognitive, affective, and psychomotor competencies that students perceive or realize as the result of their participation in five lectures in the first semester of the Master Program of English Education Studies at PPsP UST Yogyakarta. These five subjects are English Proficiency, English Translation, Philosophy of Science, General Linguistics, and Language Teaching Methodology. The number of students participating in this semester is 17 people. This research uses a qualitative naturalistic approach and uses an emic perspective. The research instrument used is an open questionnaire that asks the permutative connectivity felt by the students towards the five subjects they have attended. Overall, the connectivity data collected reached 290 pieces, consisting of 152 pieces for the cognitive aspect, 38 pieces for the affective aspect, and 100 pieces for the psychomotor aspect. The results of the categorical analysis of 290 data items are as follows. For the cognitive aspect, the highest connectivity is between General Linguistics and Language Teaching Methodology (15 points), while the lowest is between Philosophy of Science and Language Teaching Methodology (3 points). For affective aspects, the highest connectivity is between the Philosophy of Science and General Linguistics (12 points), while the lowest occurs for eight pairs (0 points). For the psychomotor aspect, the highest connectivity is between General Linguistics and English Translation (13 points), while the lowest occurs in two pairs, namely Philosophy of Science and English Proficiency and the pair of General Linguistics and Language Teaching Methodology (0 points). It should be added that there are eight affective connectivity with frequency of 0 (zero) and two psychomotor connectivity with frequency of 0 (zero).
Keywords: lectures, competencies, connectivity