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IMPLEMENTASI PENERAPAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN QUANTUM UNTUK MENINGKATKAN PRESTASI BELAJAR IPA Sadia, I Ketut
Jurnal Santiaji Pendidikan (JSP) Vol 9 No 2 (2019): Jurnal Santiaji Pendidikan (JSP)
Publisher : Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (FKIP) Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar

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The low learning achievement of science in students of Class IXC in Gianyar State Middle 1 in the second semester of 2016/2017 Academic Year has not been achieved according to KKM. So that researchers applying the Quantum model improve student learning achievement. This class action research involved 37 students of Class IXC in Gianyar State Middle 1 2016/2017 as the subject of research conducted in two cycles through the stages of planning, implementation, observation / reflection and reflection. The learning achievement test is a tool used in collecting research data which is then analyzed using descriptive analysis. The results obtained from this study show an increase in students' ability to follow the learning process from the initial average of 78.10 increasing to 81.27 in the first cycle and increasing to 88.70 in the second cycle with initial learning completeness of 18.92% in cycle I increased to 35.14% and in the second cycle increased to 97.30%. The conclusions that can be drawn from these results are the implementation of the Quantum model can improve science learning achievement in Class IXC students in the second semester in Gianyar Public Middle School 2016/2017 Academic Year.
ANALYSIS OF RECEPTIONIST SERVICE QUALITY FOR THE TOURISTS’ SATIFACTION AT THE GRAND INNA HOTEL KUTA Patriani, Ni Kadek Tuwin; Mataram, I Gusti Agung Bagus; Oka, I Made Darma; Sadia, I Ketut
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 3 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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This research is motivated by the receptionist role known as the first and last impression of the guest. Quality of service is the thing that affects customer satisfaction. This research is aimed at knowing how the receptionist?s service quality towards customer satisfaction in Grand Inna Kuta. The data was collected through the distribution of    questionnaires. While, the technique of sampling applied was incidental sampling of 85 respondents. The data was analyzed using multiple linear regression with SPSS 20 software through   the techniques of validity and reliability, and importance performance analysis. The results show that in general the assessment of guests staying at the Grand Inna Kuta hotel, regarding the quality of receptionist services at the hotel, can be satisfactory. This can be shown from the analysis where the average value of perception is 3.9.  Indicator that make good perception is able to answer questions, able to give clear and easy to understand information, completeness and readiness of receptionist staff, knowledge of existing facilities at Grand Inna Kuta, ability of staff to quickly respond to problems of tourist complaints, general knowledge about Bali, hospitality of receptionist staff, timeliness, ease of receptionist staff to be met, helpful, politeness of receptionist staff, language mastery and courtesy of the reception staff. Indicator that formed a bad perception is the timeliness of the receptionist staff in serving the guests
Ecolinguistic study of the writing works of achieving students Bali State Polytechnic in 2020 Subiyanto, Paulus; Sadia, I Ketut; Dewi, IGA Paramita
English Vol 4 No 2 (2020): December 2020
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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Bali State Polytechnic (PNB) has used the label "green", such as the "green campus" and "green tourism", as a flagship program to show its concern for ecological awareness. Ecolinguistics is a combination of linguistics and ecology studying the relationship between the use of language in discourse related to the environment. This study aims to see how the ecological insights possessed by outstanding students are revealed through their written works (languages). From the primary data source in the form of 10 written works of achieving students in 2020, ecological insights will be identified in which they are revealed in the choice of words containing ecological content. The results show that the average ratio of ecological word used and the number of words in writing is 0.84%, while the average vocabulary, 9 types of ecological words for each writing contain an average of 2065 words. With the assumption based on the cognitive linguistic theory that thoughts are expressed through language, it can be concluded that students' ecological insight and awareness have not developed optimally as far as it is expressed through word choice (diction). It suggests that the PNB students need to broaden their ecological insights through language learning, especially reading texts based on ecolinguistics.