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DESIGNING ENGLISH LEARNING MATERIALS FOR INDONESIAN

TOURISM POLICE OFFICERS

Introduction
The globalization era impacts the need of mastering English rapidly. People use
this language as the tool of communication which has an important role to reveal
an intention to someone else through the spoken or written form. Concerning the
significance of using English, some certain professions need to learn this subject.
One of these particular professions is tourism police officers. They need to learn
English since sometimes they will use English to communicate with foreign
tourists in some tourism spots. It becomes an essence of good service to foreign
tourists. Related to that, self- materials are developed according to the tourism
police officers target and needs in learning English. These materials should
contain appropriate English learning materials for supporting tourism police
officers work.
Body
Literature Reviews
Tourism Police Officers
a. Definition of Indonesian Tourism Police Officers
Indonesian Tourism Police Officers
Procedure): Duty and Obligations
b.

SOP

(Standard

Operation

English for Indonesian Tourism Police Officers: objectives and purposes in


learning English

c. Adults Learners Learning Theory : Characteristics of Adults Learner,


Suggestion of Adults Learners Learning
ESP ( English for Specific Purposes)
a. Definition of ESP
Three main phases of development in ESP: Register Analysis,
Discourse Analysis, and Target Situational Analysis.
b. Characteristics of ESP : absolute and variable characteristics

c. ESP Course Design


Definition of ESP Course Design
Description of Language
- Some aspects are involved to design the course: (1) a specific- purpose
language (based on a basic core of general language and a generalpurpose language), (2) four categories of vocabulary for teaching and
learning (high frequency words, academic vocabulary, technical
vocabulary, and low frequency vocabulary), (3) language systems and
use.
d. Needs of ESP Learners
- a linguistic deficiency; the difference between what a learner can
currently do in a language and what he or she should be able to do.
CLT
a. CLT Definition
b. Characteristics of CLT
c. Principles of CLT
d. Types of Activities in CLT : Pre Communicative and Communicative
Activities
e. Types of Classroom Activities : accuracy and fluency activities
f. Teacher and Learners Role in CLT
Second Language Acquisition (SLA): the Aspects of SLA Learning: Input,
Interaction, Output, process of learning.
Material Development and Design Model
a. The Learning Material
b. Criteria of Good Learning Material
c. The role of Material
d. Task Components : goals, input data, procedures, settings and roles
e. Task Grading and Sequencing : Task Continuity
Task for Indonesian Tourism Police Officers
Methodology
Type of Study: Research and Development
Settings : Central Java Tourism Police Officers Office, Tourism Police officers
Research Procedures : Research and Development Steps in Matsuhara and Ellis
in Tomlinson (1998)
Data Collection Techniques and Research Instruments
Distributing questionnaire: need analysis questionnaire and evaluation
questionnaire (Likert Scale)
Deep Interviewing the learners : Interview Guideline

Conclusion
This research is categorized as English for Specific Purposes (ESP) since it
wants to create appropriate English learning materials for Indonesian tourism
police officers. Some activities or tasks are designed based on the tourism police
officers target and needs in learning English by distributing need analysis
questionnaire and doing deep interviews. In addition, the application of
Communicative Language Teaching approach is also involved when designing
these kinds of material. Therefore, the materials would be expected suitable to
support tourism police officers working in the field.