Ida Nyoman Tri Darma Putra, I Wayan Suteja


The aim of this study is to investigate the attitudes of students of hospitality major in STP Mataram towards Computer-assisted Language Learning. This study specifically examines how students' attitudes at the Mataram Tourism College towards the implementation of Computer-assisted Language Learning in learning English and the factors underlying their attitudes. The subjects in this study were Diploma students. The sample of this study were students of the Mataram Tourism College in Academic year 2018/2019 of Diploma Hospitality program on fourth semester. A quantitative approach using statistical analysis that will measure the results of the questionnaire instrument and a descriptive qualitative approach for observation and interviews. The data were analyzed using statistical calculation methods with the help of the SPSS program. In general, based on statistical analysis of data shows that respondents tend to show a positive attitude towards the use of CALL in foreign language learning


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