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This study explores the need for teaching materials to write descriptive texts based on local wisdom through the Fishbone strategy. The method used is ex post facto with Miles & Huberman analysis techniques and data collection techniques through questionnaires. The results of the material analysis, the average value was 3.57 with 71% with three indicators (1) analysis of learning strategy needs on the material averaged 3.52 to 70%, (2) analysis of the need for completeness of teaching materials 3.59 with 71%, and (3) analysis of the need for language rules on the material the average value is 3.69 with 73%. Then for the teaching material analysis, the average value is 3.40 with 68% with four indicators (1) analysis of the needs of learning strategies in teaching material with an average value of 3.10 with 62%, (2) analysis of the need for availability of teaching material with an average value of 3.41 with 68%, (3) analysis of the need for language principles in teaching material the average value is 3.55 with 71%, and (4) analysis of needs for evaluation of teaching material is 3.53 to 70%. It is categorized as useful but needs to be redeveloped through a fishbone strategy for maximum results to achieve an excellent category in teaching material innovation.
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