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Developing English Pragmatic Based Material for Students of Hotel Management Study Program Rahman, Benni Ichsanda; Husnaini, Husnaini
SALTeL Journal (Southeast Asia Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Association of Language Teachers in Southeast Asia (ALTSA)

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There were some miscommunications occurred between speakers and listeners because the listener did not understand the core intent of the speaker, especially what was conveyed implies pragmatic meaning. Thus, "pragmatic" material is urgently needed to be incorporated to the curriculum of basic English as well as English conversation, to enrich student's vocabulary in understanding the culture and meanings of native English speakers. Thus, this study is aimed to develop the pragmatic based English material that is appropriate to the students’ needs of Hotel Management study program. This research was conducted based on Research and Development techniques (R & D). The research was carried out by: (1) analyzing the existing curriculum and syllabus, analyzing existing materials, and analyzing the students' needs to identify problems, (2) reviewing the principles about effective teaching materials, (3) designing syllabus and teaching materials, (4) validating new teaching materials with the experts, and (5) revising teaching materials as advised by experts. The data were collected through questionnaire analysis and interview. Meanwhile, the development of the material followed these steps, as used by Hutchinson in Ichsanda (2013: 36): 1), collected information on target needs by distributing questionnaires to students of STIM Sukma, 2) analyzed students' learning needs, 3), read and analyzed pre-existing materials; 4) developed materials according to student needs; 5), revision; 6); prepared the drafts; 7), and had a triangulation with experts; 8); final drafts; 9), product application. Based on the analysis, material that is appropriate with hotel management study program has been created and developed.Keywords: Developing materials, hotel Management
TINJAUAN TENTANG FENOMENA PERAMBATAN RETAK DINAMIK Husnaini, Husnaini; Suharto, Djoko
Mesin Vol 11, No 1 (1996)
Publisher : Mesin

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Fenomena retak lelah dan retak dengan beban kuasistatik sudah rnenjadi konsep yang mapan dan telah digunakan dalam perhitungan rekayasa, Sebaliknya, fenomena retak cepat (fastfracture) masih belum banyak diketahui dan merupakan bidang penelilian baru. Tulisan ini merupakan rangkuman dari penelitian-penelitian dibidang ini. Tujuannya adalah membuat suatu pembahasan yang sistemalik sehingga konsep dan parameter-parameter retak cepat ini dengan mudah dapat dimengerti.
Students’ Perspective on English Pragmatic Based Material for Students of Hotel Management Study Program Rahman, Benni Ichsanda; Husnaini, Husnaini
SALTeL Journal (Southeast Asia Language Teaching and Learning) Vol 2, No 1: January 2019
Publisher : Association of Language Teachers in Southeast Asia (ALTSA)

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Understanding someone’s utterances who has different cultural background with the listener certainly should be intended. Lot of miscommunications occurred between speakers and listeners, in case that the listener does not get the core intent meaning of the speaker. Specifically, what has been conveyed implies indirect meaning. Thus, Understanding pragmatic is very important. Rahman (2017) has created a book with pragmatic approachment. Rahman (2017) carries various daily hotel conversations that convey pragmatic meaning. Then, the book has been taught to the students as well. Thus, this study is aimed to investigate the students’ perspective on that book implementation. A Survey was used to collect the data by using questionnaire and interview. 40 students of hotel management were involved in this study. The research reveals that 33 respondents (82.5%) strongly agree that the book is contextual with their daily work and practice. It is also revealed the fact that 34 respondents (85%) said the book represents their hard skill levels. Yet, the book also motivates students to learn by seeing the data that 31 (78.5%) students informed that they are curious to learn the book by practice.