Analysis of Project-based Speaking Worksheet Integrated with ICT on the Needs of Business Administration Students
This article presents a needs analysis conducted among 103 third-semester Business Administration students at the State Polytechnic of Ujung Pandang. The aim was to identify their necessities, lack and wants regarding English language learning to design practical English-speaking worksheets using a Project-Based Learning (PBL) model integrated with Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The data were obtained from a questionnaire as a primary source. The findings revealed that students encountered significant problems in speaking aspects, as demonstrated by the majority of students’ responses falling into the ‘poor’ category, including vocabulary 69.9%), pronunciation (62%), fluency (45.6%), and grammar (49.5%). Additionally, students strongly desired innovative learning materials and worksheets to engage them more effectively in the learning process. Specifically, they emphasized the importance of incorporating visually appealing graphics and interactive audio-visual elements to make the learning experience more engaging and enjoyable. This need analysis is a starting point for further development of the English speaking worksheet.