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Published: 25 January 2022

Develop English Electronic Module for Tourism Through Analysis of Learner’s and Context

Anwar Rahman, Basuki Wibawa, Syarif Sumantri

Politeknik Negeri Lampung (Indonesia), State University of Jakarta (Indonesia)

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.01.417

Pages: 48-57

Keywords: E-Module, English for Tourism, Learners’ Analysis

Abstract

Tourism development in Lampung province has been developing rapidly and the need for English communication skills at the tourism workplace is highly required due to a lot of visitors are foreigners. The state Polytechnic of Lampung has opened a new program study of tour and travel to support the government in the tourism sector and train students to have better English skills therefore need to develop good materials for teaching which meet with tourism industry. Developing good English materials for tourism based on an Android smartphone is needed since students lack academic hours for learning English. The objective of this research is to develop an electronic module (e-module) of English for tourism based on analysis learners and context that become important step in Dick and Carey Model. The development of e-module of English for tourism applied collaboration of research and development (R&D) that focus on the third of ten steps of Dick and Carey Model. The result of this research is a prototype of e-module of English for tourism that has been validated and published on google play store.

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