SKRIPSI Jurusan Sastra Inggris - Fakultas Sastra UM, 2017

Ukuran Huruf:  Kecil  Sedang  Besar


Farida Ratnaningtyas



Ratnaningtyas, Farida. 2016. Developing Supplementary Speaking Materials for the Tenth Graders of Hotel Management Program at SMKN 1 Panji, Situbondo. Thesis, Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang. Advisors: (I) Dr. Furaidah, M.A., (II) Dra. Sri Andreani, M.Ed.

Keywords:supplementary speaking material, speaking skill, hotel management program, tenth graders.

This research and development (R&D) study was intended to develop instructional medium in a form of supplementary speaking materials for tenth graders of Hotel Management program at SMKN 1 Panji, Situbondo. The development of the supplementary speaking materials was based on the insufficiency of the speaking exercises in the available coursebook which did not covered topics of hotel services.

This study adapted research and development design by Latief (2014) and Hyland (2003). It consisted of eight steps which were (1) information collection, (2) planning, (3) product development, (4) expert validation, (5) product revision I, (6) product try out, (7) product revision II, and (8) final product. The instruments used for this study were teacher’s interview guide, validation checklist, and students’ questionnaire. The result of teacher’s interview was used to make need analysis along with the review of available coursebook and current syllabus. The result of the experts’ validation and students’ questionnaire was analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively.

The developed supplementary materials used topics about activities in a hotel that were about activities in hotel receptionist desk and hotel services. The selection of the topics was based on the review of English subject syllabus and Menyediakan Layanan Akomodasi Reception subject syllabus. After having done the procedures mentioned previously, the final supplementary speaking materials were produced. It covered three basic competences which are introducing self, giving compliment and congratulating others, and expressing intention. It consists of eight activities which are (1) Getting Started, (2) Let’s Have Fun, (3) Speak Up, (4) Building Blocks, (5) Peer Assessment, (6) Show time, (7) Know it, and (8) Learning Checklist. The teacher’s book was also made to provide guidance for teacher in conducting activities in the supplementary speaking materials and answer keys.

The revision was done before and after the product try out. The first revision was based on comments and suggestions from the English lecturers and English teacher in the expert validation stage. The second validation was based on students’ comments and suggestions which were collected from students’ questionnaire after the product try out. The result of the try out showed that the students were interested in using the supplementary speaking materials. It helps them vary the speaking activities in the class because the topics used were about activities in a hotel.


The weaknesses of the study are that not all tasks were tried out and the try out was only conducted once.  It is recommended for the English teacher who will use the supplementary materials to facilitate Hotel Management students’ speaking practices to make any changes of the materials to suit the need of the students. Finally, for further researchers, this study can be used as a resource to develop a similar topic for different level of students.