Instructional Design of CALL Course in Indonesian Higher Education for Future English Teachers: A Case Study

Volume 4 Issue 2
Badi’atul Azmina Endang Fauziati Nur Arifah Drajati
Pages: 223-230 Download Count : 1902 View Count: 2264 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.518058 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


Along with the development of technology, the demand for sufficient preparation program of a future English teacher is increasing. This study aims to explore how the instructional design of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) course in Indonesian higher education for future English Teachers. The focus of this study is on the syllabus implementation of CALL course including the objectives of the CALL course, the CALL materials, and classroom activities in CALL course. The setting of the research was in the English Education Department in one of Islamic University in Indonesia. It is qualitative research with case study design. The data collecting methods are document analysis, observation, and interview. The result revealed that specific syllabus was used in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) preparation program for future English Teachers. It covers of objectives of the CALL course, CALL materials, and CALL activities. The primary objective of the course is those future English teachers are expected to be able to do English teaching and learning using media and technology-based approach. It is reflected on the materials and the activities of CALL course. The materials include theories as well as practices of CALL. Further, the activities encourage future English teachers to review several applications and websites to be used in English teaching and learning, also, practice in designing CALL activities. The implication of this study is for example of designing Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) course for future English Teachers


  • Call
  • future english teachers
  • higher education
  • instructional design
  • teacher preparation program.
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