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Evaluation of hotel management textbook based on world language standards

Aniroh, Kun (2014) Evaluation of hotel management textbook based on world language standards. Bahasa & sastra jurnal kajian bahasa, sastra, dan pembelajarannya, 14 (2). pp. 131-149. ISSN 1412-0712

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The aim of this study is to evaluate, using world language standards 2007, a textbook on hotel management and tourism for intermediate to advance level students. The respondents of this study were two groups: experts and students. The expert include English lectures at hotel department and hotel supervisors. The students include hotel and tourism students. The respondents come from 5 (five) higher tourism colleges. The study utilized the questionnaire developed on World Language Standards 2007, consisting of fifty three indicators that follow: content, exercises, communication, cultures, connections, communities and general elements. A continuous scoring procedure was used in which I was for the minimum and 4 was the maximum score. The reults revealed these points: of the ten indicators of general elements the highest score from the students the rated score reached 3.17 points of 4. Of the eleven content indicators of the experts the rated score reached 3.37 points and the score reaches 3.36 points for the seven indicators of the exercise. The score of the communication consisting of eleven indicators reached 3.23 points, and of the six indicators of cultures the score reached at 3.52 points. The next is the score of the connection consisting of three indicators reached at 3.63 points, the communities consisting of five indicators the score reached at 3.68 points and the last is general elements consisting of ten indicators the rated score reached 3.36 points. The findings showed that the score of all variables were above three meaning that it is considered good. However, the textbook still needed improving if it will be published as a course book as it was suggested by the students and the experts.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Kun Aniroh NIDN: 0027015703
Uncontrolled Keywords: hotel management materials, world language standards, students, experts, betterment
Subjects: P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
P Language and Literature > PE English
Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Z004 Books. Writing. Paleography
Depositing User: Surya Dannie
Date Deposited: 19 Sep 2019 02:46
Last Modified: 20 Sep 2019 06:21

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