Keywords: Learning, Dramatic Arts.
This research is entitled "Learning Process in Drama Concentration in Drama, Dance and Music Education Study Program, FKIP USK". Raising the problem of how the learning process is focused on drama concentration, especially in the Art Skills Practice VI course and what factors are inhibiting and supporting learning in that course. This study aims to describe the learning process in the Art Skills Practice VI course and to describe the factors that hinder and support learning in that course. The approach used in this research is a qualitative approach with a descriptive type of research. The subjects in this study were lecturers who were in charge of drama concentration and students who took the VI Art Skills Practice course. The object of this research is the process of learning sub-materials of script writing and basic techniques of taking pictures in the Art Skills Practice VI course. Data collection was used with observation, interview, and documentation techniques. Data analysis techniques with data reduction, data presentation and data verification. The results of this study indicate that the learning process for the Practice of Art Skills VI course takes place through several parts, namely the initial activity where the lecturer conducts an initial evaluation and gives apperception to the students, the core activity of the lecturer conveys the material using lecture methods, demonstrations and practical exercises and uses visual and audio media. visual, closing activity where the lecturer conducts a final evaluation and gives assignments to students. Factors that support the learning process for the Practice of Art Skills subject VI are: educators, students, materials, talents and motivations. Factors that hinder the learning process of the Practical Arts Skills VI subject are: educators, students, learning materials and infrastructure.