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General English Online Teaching Within Pandemic Outbreak: Between Need and Satisfaction Hamzani Wathoni; Hasan Basri; Astrid Dwimaulani; Dukha Yunitasari
Journal of English Education and Teaching Vol 6, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Bengkulu

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33369/jeet.6.2.235-249

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic entered Indonesia in 2019, a technological adjustment in learning has been massively implemented. Online teaching is the only logical method for the reason of limiting physical contact. Although the characteristics of Z-Generation learners are digital natives, live learning is still more welcomed. Therefore, this study aims to determine and carefully measure the satisfaction of new colleges students in the general English program at Universitas Hamzanwadi. The measures are three aspects (course content, instructor performance, and media use) and another aspect in teaching mode (online and offline). In addition, this research discusses why the new college students choose to participate in the general English program 2020/2021. This study utilized a quantitative-descriptive approach with the census method. The population was taken from all new students for the 2020/2021 period as many as six faculties totaling 1450, although only 1196 respondents ultimately responded. The primary data collection instruments were questionnaires through google forms, interviews, and documents such as teaching modules and media. The findings show 1196 respondents recorded via a google form telling that the bilingualism reasons were the majority choice (54.93%). The scholarships and student exchanges are the second paramount concern to this program (21.15%). Other positions such as translator or work, reasons are not significantly mentioned. Conclusion tells that new student satisfaction following the General English program (GE) is significantly more than 70 percent in three aspects of the assessment within the program.
UTILIZATION OF CULTURAL CAPITAL IN COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN SADE VILLAGE OF CENTRAL LOMBOK Muh. Hilmi Pauzi; Hasan Basri; Muh. Fahrurrozi; Muhammad Adi Junaidi; Muhammad Ramli; Zaitun Zaitun; Herman Supriadi
Jurnal Pendidikan Ekonomi (JURKAMI) Vol 7, No 1 (2022): JURKAMI
Publisher : STKIP Persada Khatulistiwa Sintang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31932/jpe.v7i1.1525

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The main issues of this research are: how the cultural capital operated on the field of tourism which the specific influences disposition to the tourism practice model in Sade Village and then how the mechanism of cultural capital to produce the tourism attraction, kind of tourism product and economic capital. The research uses descriptive qualitative with ethnography. Data collection, however, uses field observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Data validation employs triangulation, information review, and extension presence. The result showed that the community-based tourism represents the cultural practice of Sade society illustrated cultural capital. Some cultures presented on tourism practice: 1) the habit of traditional cloth making referring to heritage culture of Sade society; 2) the traditional architecture morphology style which was the complex values while it is the product of tourist consumed; and 3) the traditional art fight (presean), traditional music (Gendang Beleq) and new attractions of Amaq Tempungus danced. 
Shifting Society in Response to the Tourism Industry: A Case Study of New Challenges in Lombok Utara Hasan Basri; Mohamad Tamrin; Dani Alfatwari
Jurnal Pariwisata Terapan Vol 4, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Sekolah Vokasi, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jpt.63315

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This paper examines shifts in society in response to tourism development in Lombok Utara. This research scientifically demonstrates the emergence of new problems due to the economic and ecological impact of tourism and the breakdown of tradition. Fishbone analysis was used to map a variety of issues from trusted sources through direct observation and in-depth interviews. Findings show that a gap exists between expected and actual economic advantages as farmers and fishermen transition to tourism. The skill deficit and competitiveness brought about only a minor effect on the prosperity of host communities, even if a large economic incentive was generated by the government from taxes. The ecological damage resulting from human activity (abrasion, rubbish, energy consumption, coral reef destruction) will be detrimental for future generations. Traditions of the host communities are also threatened.
Local content: a new instructional in EFL writing autobiography (participatory action research on tourism class) Hamzani Wathoni; Hasan Basri
JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia) Vol 7, No 2 (2021): JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia)
Publisher : Indonesian Institute for Counseling, Education and Theraphy (IICET)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/02021976

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Genres-based text in the content area of writing has long been practiced, yet the theme's content sometimes does not match learners' needs—this research aimed at discovering the effectiveness of local content-based learning media in teaching English for the tourism class. The local content selected was local public figures to write an autobiography. This research applied for participatory action research taking place in one-class English for tourism. A total of fifteen course-takers for the three-month course were recruited, documenting how the idea of local content we proposed was used to teach tourism students' writing with the test as the instrument. The teaching content is restricted to two formulated indicators; comprehending text structure and language features, including using to be and pronoun. Findings indicate that local content effectively improved course takers' comprehension of the descriptive text structure and increased vocabulary. The majority of course-takers reflected a significant improvement to meet classical passing grades in the last teaching evaluation. The diagnostic test previously was under stipulated standardized-score. The course-takers successfully wrote narration using local public figures to apply" to be" in good sentences. Moreover, overlapping use of masculine and feminine was distinguished correctly and positioned in well-constructed narrative text.
Should English Instruction survive on New Term Tourism Classes? Bilingual Perspectives Jumhur Hakim; Muhammad Ali Sukran; Hasan Basri; Muhammad Adi Junaidi; Muhammad Ramli
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal) Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i2.4923

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In support of bilingual practice in Universitas Hamzanwadi, the tourism department has successfully made use of English instruction for three particular courses. Tourismpreneur, as an excellent core of the tourism study program, campaigned to enable students (college students) to stay connected with English academics and business. Furthermore, this research entails a qualitative content of new term colleagues' opinions on how English is fully implemented for learning instruction. Using reliable questionnaires, statements recording needs and challenges through Google form have been distributed to elicit their perspectives on English instruction trial policy in the context of tourism classes. We investigated 82 college students from the stratified uneven semester (semester one, three) with an online survey design for three tourism classes. Our results extend well-established findings in agreement that English instruction should maintain courses in the classroom. Yet, few claim it is unnecessary and should be in all courses. The most apparent comments have been to shape English-lingua Franca as survival communicative skills required by tourism students to better work positions after graduation. Barriers in classroom learning are discussed.
Weaving as Touristic Drive in Pringgasela; Motive and Philosophy Zaitun Zaitun; Hasan Basri; Muhammad Adi Junaidi; Muhammad Ramli; Irwan Rahadi; Muh Hilmi Pauzi
Enrichment : Journal of Management Vol. 12 No. 2 (2022): Management Science and Field
Publisher : Institute of Computer Science (IOCS)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (846.162 KB) | DOI: 10.35335/enrichment.v12i2.433

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Pringgasela inhabitants have been practising Weaving for ages. Most locals who participated are women dwellers in support of economic empowerment. This research intentionally investigates; 1) the profound history of weaving in Pringgasela, 2) equipment used for Weaving and dye materials, and 3) motifs and philosophy of Weaving. We, furthermore, deploy the qualitative as a research approach elaborating three main focuses of the study—direct observation and interviews are conducted to collect data from resources and documentation. Participants being selected are mostly citizens, business actors, government agencies in charge of developing tourism. The results show that most woven fabrics are traditional dyeing models and prefer synthetic dyes because they are more in demand by young people. Although the process of making today has been developed, natural material is still maintained for local preservation purposes. In support of local economic empowerment, Pringgasela inhabitants have practised weaving for ages. Various motifs are continuously introduced in which local wisdom is still a prominent attractive feature for buyers and visitors. Barriers to marketing in this article are presented.
Trainers' Performance in Entrepreneurship Class: Evidence from Lesson Planning of Non-Formal School in Lombok Timur Muh Fahrurrozi; Mohzana Mohzana; Hary Murcahyanto; Hasan Basri
AL-ISHLAH: Jurnal Pendidikan Vol 14, No 2 (2022): AL-ISHLAH: Jurnal Pendidikan
Publisher : STAI Hubbulwathan Duri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (400.453 KB) | DOI: 10.35445/alishlah.v14i2.2022

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Lesson planning constitutes the teacher's critical guide in successful learning activities. Because of its role, lesson planning is prioritised, not as a complement to the teaching administration. Therefore, this study investigates how the trainers' ability to design lesson planning with the learner's response to teaching performance in the classroom. Classroom action research is adopted as a research method implemented in non-formal schools; Bale Beleq Institute, Lombok Timur. Participants came from several representative villages from POKDARWIS (tourism care group). Some were active in the Karang Taruna of eleven people studying entrepreneurship under the sub-topic of products and markets. When processing data, three instruments were used; in-depth interviews, observation-participant, and document reviews. Findings show a positive relationship between the ability of trainers to design lesson planning and the performance of teaching trainers in the classroom. Successful indicators refer to the trainer's understanding of the constituent components of lesson planning and learners' opinions from open interviews after the learning. In addition, the better trainers' understanding of designing the lesson planning, the better implication toward learning output must be.
Descriptive Statistics For Demographic Tourist Visits On New Religious Segment: Evidence From TGKH. M. Zainuddin Abdul Madjid Tomb, Lombok Timur Irwan Rahadi; Muhammad Ali Sukran; Muhammad Adi Junaidi; Hasan Basri; Muhammad Ramli; Zaitun Zaitun; Yogi Birrul Walid Sugandi
Enrichment : Journal of Management Vol. 12 No. 2 (2022): Management Science and Field
Publisher : Institute of Computer Science (IOCS)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (460.92 KB) | DOI: 10.35335/enrichment.v12i2.467

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Tourist visits for religion in Indonesia already have their potent market. Tradition factors and religious diversity that thrive are why the potential religious segment is developed as a tourist attraction bringing economic benefits. This research then discussed the demography of visitors to the sacred tomb TGKH M. Zainuddin Abdul Madjid in Lombok Timur regency for four months, from March to June 2020. We employ the case study of research at the tomb of TGKH. M. Zainuddin Abdul Madjid, by only processing quantitative data, then described qualitatively. The data sources analysed were visitors from all West Nusa Tenggara province districts and outsiders. The findings concluded that tourists visiting the tomb of TGKH M. Zainuddin Abdul Madjid experienced a positive trend despite the decline at the end of the month due to PSBB (covid large-scale social restriction). Most visits came from the Lombok Timur regency, where Sikur, Selong, and Masbagik districts were the most significant attributes of visits. Central Lombok and West Lombok are in the second position with the dominant number of visits. The origin of the minor visit comes from outside West Nusa Tenggara, and North Lombok regency, where the Bayan district is the area visited the most during the data collected.
Rural tourism: Activities and challenges Muhammad Ramli; Hasan Basri; Muhammad Adi Junaidi; Irwan Rahadi; Muh Hilmi Pauzi
Fair Value: Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi dan Keuangan Vol. 4 No. 7 (2022): Fair Value: Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi dan Keuangan
Publisher : Departement Of Accounting, Indonesian Cooperative Institute, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (300.682 KB) | DOI: 10.32670/fairvalue.v4i7.1251

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Rural tourism is perceived to develop the tourism niche segment to reduce the influence of mass tourism. To prevent the risk of natural damage, rural tourism comes as a solution to improve the economy of rural areas and provide education, mixed experiences and offers high levels of service. This study aims to explain the activities of rural tourism that have been determined by the tourism office and the challenges of their development. The ethnographic method is used to cluster activities and problems related to tourism activities in the Rural Tourism area in Lombok Timur. This type of research adopts a case study covering three zones; marine zoning, mountain range zoning, and natural zoning (flat landscape). The sampling technique used was random clustering sampling by selecting three representatives from each sample cluster. The reasons supporting the selection of this sample model are assumed that all samples have the same characteristics. The data collection process was carried out by participant observation, document review, semi-structured interviews, and field notes. All representational tourism activities and development barriers in rural (Desa Wisata) areas are discussed.
Touristic measures on economic socio-cultural appeal of Sade Village, Central Lombok Taufiq Kurniawan; Dwi Ayu Setyadi; Hasan Basri; Herman Supriadi
Fair Value: Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi dan Keuangan Vol. 4 No. 8 (2022): Fair Value: Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi dan Keuangan
Publisher : Departement Of Accounting, Indonesian Cooperative Institute, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (362.798 KB) | DOI: 10.32670/fairvalue.v4i8.1463

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The subject of this study is the community-based tourism of Sade village in CentralLombok, Indonesia. As Sade is proclaimed the oldest cultural village and named thelast fortress of the Sasak tribe, the indigenous people of Sade have been practicingtourism and are widely recognized among visitors. However, this research aims toanalyze holistic aspects that CBT uses the SWOT matrix to develop the strategies tomap the sustainability of Sade. The study applies qualitative with the example ofSade Village in Central Lombok as a place of the research. The primary andsecondary data are the source of research data. In-depth interviews, documentation,and observation are the primary data. The interview is conducted among the authorsand the village stakeholders, tourism community, and locals. In contrast, thesecondary data is obtained mainly from the official website of the Indonesiangovernment in numerous sectors such as the Central Bureau of Statistics, the TourismMinistry of Indonesia, and Indonesia's Ministry of Education and Culture. Thefindings show that Sade has developed and applied long-term strategy developmentas a tourist destination. The SWOT analysis elaborating economics, social, andculture is further discussed in this article.