THE TEACHING OF LOCAL CONTENT SUBJECT OF ENGLISH FOR TOURISM IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS (AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY AT SMPN 3 AND SMPN 6 SIKUR IN EAST LOMBOK)

Pauzan Pauzan

Abstract


This research is aimed at finding the teaching of local content subject of English for tourism in English language learning at junior high schools that makes up an ethnographic study at SMPN 3 and SMPN 6 Sikur in east Lombok in relation to: 1) the syllabus model, 2) the learning procedure, and 3) forms of evaluation results. This research used the qualitative approach in the form of ethnography. The subjects of the study were two teachers of English for tourism and their students. The data were collected by using observation, interviews, and document. The data were analyzed by using technique continuously through domain, taxonomy, component, and theme analysis. The validity of data was tested by lengthening the time of study and triangulation. The results of the research showed that the teaching of local content subject of English for tourism in English language learning at SMPN 3 and SMPN 6 Sikur in east Lombok was related to 1) the model of syllabus based on Education Units Level Curriculum which emphasized skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Starting from each skill given topic in which each topic based on standard of competence and basic competence. Then the two language skills of speaking and listening are given an element of "Language Focus" whereas for the element of "grammar" given to the skill of speaking and reading, 2) the learning procedures were done through some activities: Making the learning design, and carrying out pre activities , initial activities, core activities and final activities, 3) the evaluation : It was related to the techniques of test evaluation that consist of written tests, oral tests, and practice tests; the procedures of evaluation that comprise two kinds of activities or ways namely with pre-test and post-test; the tools of evaluation that can be in the test form by giving a test in the form of questions or a task that must be done by the students; and the forms of evaluation namely in the incidental form and in the scheduled form.

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The teaching, local content, English for tourism, English language learning, ethnography

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/utns.v0i0.575

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