Developing A Model Of Esp Listening Materials For Students Of Tourism Program At Indonesian Vocational High Schools Through Skill-Centered Approach
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The research which was done in one of the vocational schools in Jember through the questionnaire containing students’ needs analysis found that tourism program students’ purposes in learning English was to master English for their future work. Furthermore they expected to have topics/themes relevant to the real situation that they might face in their workplace. In the ESP listening materials development, the materials were designed in consideration of the results of the needs analysis in relation to the syllabus provided by the school. The materials were taken from the internet and related videos about tourism in order that the materials developed were suitable with the target situation. The materials are provided from the easier to the more difficult tasks. Based on the validation process with three validators that were the lecturer of English Education Department Jember University, the English teacher of tourism program at vocational school, and the tourism expert, the materials developed were categorized as appropriate for tourism program since it covered the tourism program students’ needs and the syllabus.