Sri Budiyono, Herman J. Waluyo, St. Y. Slamet, Muhammad Rohmadi
Abstract: A process fundamentally emphasizes the language ability as an integral part of communication, knowledge-sharing, logical, systematic and creative thinking that seems very difficult for students. Difficulties in dealing with this proposition do not mean impossibilities but, better still, the process of students learning will run well in a variety of ways closely linked to certain circumstances. One of the efforts to boost students achievement and motivation is to use a text discourse as a primary reference in the learning process. The text in question contains morals, ethics, creativity, motivation, and cutting-edge knowledge necessarily required to shape students comprehension. For that reason, this article seeks to offer a learning emphasis that rests on a text containing what and how the language learning is mainly concerned with a given text-based concept.
Keywords: language ability, text, learning, text-based, achievement, motivation