Teacher Professional Training 2021

Teacher Professional Training 2021 The quality of an educational system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers. Barber and Mourshed (2007) Tweet Teacher Professional Training (TPT) for In-service teachers will be held soon. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI) will be one of the universities hosting the event. Unlike previous TPTs, this year’s TPT will be conducted […]

Vaccination for Lecturer

Vaccination for lecturers of Faculty of Language and Literature Education Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia held its second batch of vaccination for lecturers and staff in 5 – 7 April 2021 and the second shot to be held in 3 – 5 May 2021. This was the second batch of vaccination, before previously vaccinating […]

Congratulations for our students selected as part of the School Literacy Club

We would like to congratulate 27 UPI students selected as companion students in the School Literacy Club (Mahasiswa Pendamping Klub Literasi Sekolah). This is a three-month internship program for language major university students in three topics: literature (14 students), drama (5 students) and journalistic (8 students). The program is conducted by Southeast Asian Minsters of […]

Book Suggestion: Online Teaching of EFL in Indonesia, Lessons from Covid-19 Pandemic by Prof. Didi Suherdi

This is a new book written by one of the programme’s member, Professor Didi Suherdi. The book provides examples of online learning in higher education in Indonesia. The book aims to serve as an alternative source for teachers who seek to find practices regarding online learning. In addition, the book also provides examples of models […]

Virtual Book Launch and Retirement Celebration for Professor Emeritus Fuad Abdul Hamied

The Faculty of Language and Literature Education in collaboration with the English Education Department proudly present a festschrift as a tribute to Professor Fuad Abdul Hamied to celebrate and honor his remarkable dedication to the field of English education in Indonesia and beyond. The edited book entitled Language Education and Policy for the Changing Society: Contemporary […]

Programme’s first Professor Emeritus – Fuad Abdul Hamied

Professor Fuad Abdul Hamied, one of the Indonesia prominent scholars in ELT recognized nationally and internationally entered his retirement in September 2020. Professor Hamied was born on August 21st, 1950 in a devout Muslim family in a village called Cinisti, Bayongbong, Garut, West Java. He joined the Department of English Education in 1974 and still […]

The Interview by Octave Mirbau: A Drama Play from 7A

After 3 months of preparations and practices, on 11th December 2018, English Education 7A carried out a drama performance which entitled “The Interview” a play by Octave Mirbeau at Auditorium A FPSD UPI, supervised by Ibu Nicke Yunita Moecharam as the lecturer of Exploring Drama subject. In the process of the preparations, the students not […]

A General Lecture On Translation

The Department of English Education had recently held a public lecture on Translation on April 17th, 2018. The speakers are professional translators and interpreters who have been in the translation industry for quite a long time. The first speaker was Wahyu Adi Putra Ginting, the Head of Himpunan Penerjemah Indonesia (The Indonesian Association of Translators/ […]

Pronunciation matters

Do you sometimes feel like you are not doing well enough at pronouncing certain words? Well, you are not alone. Check this link below and see some interesting facts about pronunciation that you might not know…. 10 of the Hardest English Words to Pronounce, According to Non-Native Speakers http://www.readersdigest.ca/features/heart/hard-english-words-to-pronounce/

How to contact your lecturers

Some time at one point in your academic life at English Department UPI, you might encounter a situation where you need to urgently call or text your lecturer. All of our lecturers and staff are committed to help you reach one of your academic goals in your life, for example we all want to see […]

Plagiarism and Turn It In

Plagiarism in an act of ‘stealing’ other people’s ideas (usually in writing) without acknowledging the source properly. Of course, that is why it is stealing! In UPI, especially in English Department, plagiarism is a serious academic offence and consequences are that you may fail a subject if you are caught in doing so.  How do […]

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