Language aspects in English for tourism class

Rifky Dora Wijayati, Khafidhoh Khafidhoh


English for Tourism (EfT) class for higher education is a means of response to Industrial Revolution 4.0 era. Besides, it is also a collaborative field between English language and Tourism. For the subject, In English Education Department which mostly focuses on language instruction, the lecturers are expected to formulate the comprehensible materials to facilitate the instructional process. Thus, several related aspects should be considered in formulating the instructional design, including developing the materials. Then, the instruments to gain the data about the needs analysis are also important factors to make sure that the instructional design really meets the needs. As the research focuses on the language aspect in EfT class, specific expressions will be the answers for the big question which becomes the starting point of this research. It will be the basis in formulating the appropriate materials for the instruction.


language aspects; English; tourism

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