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Jurnal Pemberdayaan: Publikasi Hasil Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol 4, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta

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Al Asel Mosque is one of the mosques in Banyumeneng Hamlet, Banyuraden, Gamping, Sleman, DIY, which was established in 1985. Over time the number of worshipers has increased. The current size of the mosque is no longer sufficient to accommodate people who want to worship, especially Friday prayers and Tarawih prayers in the month of Ramadhan, so that they often spill out to the courtyard of the mosque. Problems arise when it starts to enter the rainy season. The mosque yard covering an area of 12x12 m2 which has been covered by concrete block and marked for prayer can not be used anymore. As a result, prayers had to crowd within the mosque and on the porch, even forced to pray on the terrace of the kindergarten room. This of course reduces the solemnity during worship. The committee of Al Asel Mosque planned to build a roof of the mosque courtyard so that the prayers can pray on the courtyard during rain. The purpose of this activity is to help the committee of Al Asel Mosque realize the roof structure of the mosque's yard covering an area of 12x12m2. The method of activities carried out include designing the roof structure and supervision during the construction process in a few weeks. The design process produced documents consisting of design drawings and budget plans. After the completion of the mosque roof construction, the capacity of pilgrims increased and it is expected that prayers would be more solemn during worship.
Tourism Vocational High School Students' Online EFL Learning Experience during Covid-19 Pandemic Prasetio, Eka; Priyana, Joko
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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The unique nature of ESP instructions that mainly focuses on practical use of English and the lack of previous studies in the area inspired the writers to investigate the tourism VHS students' experience when they conducted online EFL learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to explore the tourism vocational high school (VHS) students' experience of EFL learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. A qualitative study was utilized to obtain 20 students' experience. The data were obtained from grades 10 and 11 students of tourism VHS in Yogyakarta. A semi-structured interview was conducted, and verbatim transcripts were analyzed using inductive and thematic analysis approaches. Three major themes were identified from the students' experiences, namely how they conducted the EFL teaching and learning; language learning strategies; and perceptions of online EFL learning. It was found that students have made use of all available resources. This study suggests that students have used appropriate language learning strategies for online EFL learning, such as cognitive, metacognitive, resource management, and social strategies. Their perceptions toward EFL online learning were mainly positive. However, students still prefer face-to-face learning to online learning.