The Development of English Module for Pharmacy Using Contextual Approach




English Module, ADDIE Model, Contextual Approach, Pharmacy


In today's era, a variety of medicine obtained from other countries uses English instructions resulting in the need for mastering English in the pharmacy industry. Despite one of the benefits of assisting pharmacists in fulfilling their needs, an English module specifically for Pharmacy is rare. Thus, this study aims to develop an English module for pharmacy to master a lot of English vocabulary in terms of reading skills for drug indications, reading medicines, and using a contextual approach. A qualitative method that is R&D; ADDIE models (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate) is utilized. A list of interviews was given to the curriculum section of the Pharmacy Study Program and stakeholders as a needs analysis to determine the availability of Pharmaceutical English teaching materials, and questionnaires were given to material experts and media experts to test the results of module development. The method applied in analyzing the data is the descriptive method, and the analysis is used in univariate analysis. According to the result, the creation of contextual-based modules is considered very suitable to be used as English language learning to help pharmacists’ works. It is indicated by the results of the material expert's questionnaire data obtaining a score of 87.69%, while from media experts, the score is 81.16%, and the results from users, i.e., lecturers, obtained 89.29% and the students is 87.39%. The percentages gained from the analysis represent that the module is very feasible to use.




How to Cite

Nastiti, S., Tamela, E., Fajaria, N. H., Amanda, H., & Fadhil, M. R. (2023). The Development of English Module for Pharmacy Using Contextual Approach . RSF Conference Series: Business, Management and Social Sciences, 3(2), 51–57.