DESIGNING ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BASED ON NEEDS ANALYSIS
Perancangan Bahasa Inggris Untuk Administrasi Publik Berdasarkan Analisis Kebutuhan
Keywords:Needs Analysis, ESP, ADDIE, Instructional Material
The Studenst of the Public Administration Department need to have a comprehensible English skill to be able to understand a simple English passages especially those which are related to the Public Administration field. Due to this reason, a good instructional material is absolutely needed to teach English in the Public Administration Department. This research belongs to the Research and Development (RnD) and the model used in this research is ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate). The researcher presented four main problems. The first problem was what are the target needs of the students of Public Administration, the second problem is what are the learning needs of the students of Public Administration, the third is what type of syllabus that is most suitable to meet the ESP course at Public Administration Department, and the last is what kind of ESP instructional material that should be taught for students of Public Administration. The first and the second problems were solved by the use of questinnaire and the interview.The population of this research consists of 310 Public Administration students, 10 English lecturer and graduates of Public Administration. The sample of this research consists of 25 students, one lecrturer and one graduates. The data from the respondens then analyzed by the researcher to identify the needs analysis of the students to meet their fit instructional material. In order to design the instructional material, ADDIE model is used. The syllabus is designed first then developed into instructional material. The syllabus and instructional material has been validated by the expert lecturer. Finally, the findings of this research can be used by the other researchers to develop an instructional material, especially those who concern with implementing and evaluating instructional material.
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