This research is back-worded by the pragmatic experiential learning problems the researcher faces in daily routine activities of teaching learning from first to fourth semester (2008-2016) at PoliMedia. It has accumulated into the researcher’s pragmatic findings that teaching English for publishing students with its basic skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) should be in line with the needed basic competencies of language assessment in the publishing needed skills (pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing, publishing, marketing, delivering). However, in order to assure the pragmatic findings it is needed to do the academic analysis through the following academic research methodology, including: setting and time, research design, population and sample, data collection instrument, and data analysis. The objective of doing this study is of course to get a valuable understanding about the level of emphasizing every language component within the teaching and learning process. The research uses qualitative approach through seeing, observing, discussing and studying some related documents taken from questioannaire, interview, simulation and focus group discussion among lecturers. The data shows various level of language acquisition (reading, writing, listening, speaking) found in prewriting, drafting, revising, editing and publishing. It is concluded that the language acquisition (reading, writing, listening and speaking) in line with the learning activities ought to encourage students enjoy learn and practice the activities of editorial job cycle from prewriting-drafting-revising- editing-publishing-marketing-delivering. At last, the learning steps finally called Publipreneur-Based Language Learning (PBLL).
Keywords: Publishing Competencies. Language Acquisition, Technical Skills