I Wayan Numertayasa, Bambang Prastio, Ahsani Maulidina, Pande Agusadiwijaya


nowadays, BIPA is increasingly in demand to be studied for various reasons or interests.  One of the reasons for the increasing number of speakers Indonesian is for tourism purposes.  The purpose of this study is to determine (1) the needs of BIPA students and teachers for tourism purposes for teaching materials; (2) development  of BIPA teaching materials for tourism purposes based on the Tri Hita Karana concept; and (3) the effectiveness of BIPA teaching materials for tourism purposes based on the   Tri Hita Karana concept  .  To achieve the goal, this research uses development research with these development steps, namely first, Research and information collecting.  Second, planning. Third, develop a preliminary form of product. Fourth, preliminary field testing. Fifth, main product revision.  The result  of  this research is that the needs of BIPA students and teachers for tourism purposes require teaching  materials developed based on cultural concepts, namely the  Tri Hita Karana concept. Furthermore,  BIPA material for tourism purposes based on the Tri Hita Karana concept  is effectively used in learning.

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