List of Courses

Bachelor's Degree Courses Information

The followings are the detailed information about the modules offered by the programmes in alphabetical order

Course Code                           : IG501

Course Group                          : Specific Professional Courses

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 7

Pre-requisite                            : IG 401, IG 500

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Prof. Dr. Didi Suherdi, M. Ed. (1150)

  Nur Hafiz Abdurrahman, M. A. (3034)

 

Course Description

This course is one of the core courses, and designed yo cover the knowledge of basic concepts of discourse, discourse analysis, and classroom discourse analysis. In addition, some relevant topics will also be the foci of this subject, including structure of classroom discourse, systems of analsysis, and systemiotic approach to classroom discourse analysis.  This subject will also provide opportunities for the students to do some practicum in analyzing some EFL classroom discourse. Students’ learning will be assessed through written essays, group projects, and paper presentation.

 

Course Code                                       : IG576

Course Group                                      : Specific Professional Courses

Credit                                                  : 2

Level                                                   : Undergraduate

Semester                                             : 7

Pre-requisite                                       : –

Status                                                  : Core Professional Course Lecturers’

Name and Code                          : Suharno, M.Pd (2336)

 

 

Course Description

Edupreneurship is entrepreneurship in education. Even though the name of the course indicates that the students have to be taught/guided to run a business in education, in practice, students are going to learn specifically entrepreneurship in education, but entrepreneurship in general to facilitate students to learn to run whatever business the students are interested in.

his course is aimed to provide the course participants opportunity to broaden their perspectives of basic concepts of entrepreneurship, spirit of entrepreneurship, and get the experience of being an entrepreneur. During the course the course participants will read and present materials related to entrepreneurship, learn from entrepreneurs, write business plan and try to feel and experience as entrepreneurs. Students, with the help of USAID certified business trainer will be closely guided and coached to plan and realize their business.

 

Study Program       

Course                     

Course Code           

Credit Hours           

Level                       

Semester                              

Pre-requisites                        

Status                                    

Lecturers’ name and code    

: English Education Study Program

: ESP-Based Project

: IG 573

: 4 Credits

: S1 (Bachelor Degree)

: 7

: –

: Mandatory

: Yanty Wirza, M.Ed. M.A., Ph.D (2392)

 

Course Description

This course exposes the students the concepts, principles of English for Specific Purposes and engage them in projects which sensitise them to the needs of vocational school students. in the field of English for Specific Purposes which includes among others English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English for Occupational Purposes (EOP), and English for Vocational Purposes EVP). The students will have readings and engage in discussion on the key issues on ESP that covers ESP and language skills, ESP and pedagogy, and area of ESP research. The project component in this course requires the students to conduct a a needs analysis and mini research in a vocational school of their own choice where the students also conduct an interview an English teacher, perform a textbook analysis to have a more comprehensive understanding of the ESP contexts.

 

Code                            : IG 553

Course group              : Skill

Credit hours                : 3 Chs

Semester                     : 6

Prerequisite                 : –

Course status               :  Elective

Lecturer                      : Suharno, M.Pd

 

Course description

The Business English course is designed to prepare students in a current or future work situation to use English. Students will develop English skills with an emphasis on business contexts and environments, and will learn lexis and expressions regularly used in business. By using English in specific business settings and situations, this course will help the students practice and enrich business communication skills particularly social interaction in business, business correspondence, business telephoning, business presentation, chairing a business meeting, and customer service.

Code                            : IG555

Course Cluster            : Elective Courses

Credit hours                : 2 Chs

Semester                     : 7

Course status               : Compulsory

Prerequisite                 : –

Lecturers                     : Riesky, M.Ed., Lukman Hakim, M.Pd.

 

Course description

This course guides the students to understand important principles in creating copies that can influence the audience. Copywriting is basically writing to advertise, with the main intention to sell something. This course is then designed to give students some basic knowledge of creating an effective copy, a task to analyze examples of copies from a variety of perspectives, and an experience to apply the knowledge learned by creating copies individually. Considering the rapid development multimodal texts in nowadays communication, students will not only learn about how to create a persuasive text, as a part of a copy, but also how to incorporate visuals to effectively convey messages to the audience.

Course Code                           : IG570

Course Group                          : ESP

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 7

Pre-requisite                            :

Status                                      :

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Ika Lestari Damayanti, S.Pd, M.A. (2144)

  Annisa Rahmadani, M. A. (3148)

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to the concepts and skills of effective public speaking. It incorporates conceptual, analytical, and practical aspects of public speaking. The course covers a wide range of topics in regards to selecting the topics, analysing the audience, presenting arguments and organizing ideas as well as the practice of body language and engagement in public speaking. The students collect and analyse public speaking videos or speeches as part of the assignments. At the end of the semester, the students are expected to perform a speech from the topic of their own choice.

 

Study Program       

Course                     

Course Code           

Credit Hours           

Level                       

Semester                              

Pre-requisites                        

Status                                    

Lecturers’ name and code    

: English Education Study Program

: ESP: Theoretical Bases

: IG 521

: 3 Credits

: S1 (Bachelor Degree)

: 5

: –

: Mandatory (ESP Track)

: Yanty Wirza, M.Ed. M.A., Ph.D (2392)

 

 

Course Description

This course is designed to expose the students to the basic foundations of ESP that include the differences with General English (GE), the philosophical assumptions behind ESP, and the pedagogical aspects of ESP such as needs analysis, course design, and assessment. The students will be engaged in intensive and critical responses to readings, both required and self-select. In addition the students will be involved in simple analysis of a ESP course and textbook and see how the ESP is implemented in real classroom context.

Course code                            : IG507

Course group                          : Compulsory

Credit                                      : 3

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 5

Pre-requisite                           : None

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ name and code      : Prof. Fuad Abdul Hamied, MA., Ph.D.  (0484)

  Rd Della N Kartika Sari A., M.Ed.  (2143)

 

DESCRIPTION

This course explores current theories in language testing and assessment, new approaches to language test design and validation, advances in language testing technology, and the impact of various language assessment practices on language teaching and learning. The various purposes of language assessment are outlined and students are introduced to a set of principles whereby language tests, assessment frameworks and a range of other assessment policies and practices can be critically evaluated. They are also given opportunities to develop skills in researching assessment practices at schools, to further design, trial and analyse the assessment tools for use in their future professional contexts, including how curricular goals and objectives are to be translated into evaluation test and non-test instruments.

 

Course code                            : IG520

Course group                          : Compulsory

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 6

Pre-requisite                           : None

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ name and code      : Nicke Yunita Moecharam, M.A./2393

 

Course description

The students are given the opportunity to read drama plays and compare them to the stage performances version of those plays, then analyze them by utilizing a critical perspective. By the end of the semester, the students are given the opportunity to stage an act from selected plays.

Teaching and learning techniques in this course include dramatic readings, lecturing, discussions, film screening, online script reading, and short critical response.

Course code: IG320

Course group: Compulsory

Credit: 2

Level : Undergraduate

Semester: 4/7

Pre-requisite: None

Status:  Core

 

DESCRIPTION

The course guides the students to explore, discuss, and appreciate the complexity of various types of fiction written in English, and develops their ability to analyse and interpret literary works. It is geared towards reading and responding to literature through understanding the elements that build it, such as characters, plot, settings, etc. The understanding of how these elements work in fictions is expected to equip the students with the necessary tools to be able to read, interpret, discuss fictions. Students are also exposed to various genres to understand that fictions are cultural texts, which are shaped by ideologies that operates in societies. In addition to fiction, students will also have a brief introduction to film, as the newest literary genre which is often a form of fiction visualization.

Course code                            : IG440

Course group                          : Compulsory

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 5

Pre-requisite                           : None

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ name and code      :  Nicke Yunita Moecharam, M.A./2393

 

DESCRIPTION

The course guides the students to explore, discuss, and appreciate the complexity of poetry as a literary genre and develops their ability to analyse and interpret poetry. It is geared towards appreciating poetry through understanding the elements that build it, such as the choice of diction, the use of figurative language, sounds and rhythms, symbolism and allusions, etc. The understanding of how these elements work in a poem is expected to equip the students with the necessary tools to be able to read, interpret, discuss poems in various different context. In addition, this course allows students to make comparison and explore intertextuality affiliation between poetry and song lyrics as forms of art work.

To help the students attain the learning outcomes, learning activities, such as exposing students to various poetic texts, teacher-modeling on how to read and analyze poetic elements, are designed as the major modes of instruction. In addition, group presentation and short clip screening will scaffold the students in reading poetic texts.

Code

:

IG 556

Course group

:

Content Knowledge

Credit hours

:

2 Chs

Semester

:

6

Prerequisite

:

Course Status

:

Elective

Lecturer

:

 

 

Course description

In this course students are prepared to be able to understand the aspects of teaching and learning English for young learners, especially EYL assessment. They will learn some topics that cover identifying child-friendly approaches and principles to assessment for oral and written skills, selecting and developing child-friendly assessment, and evaluating child-friendly assessment. They will be involved in the model of instruction that applies inquiry, expository and collaborative approaches in the form of lecturing, discussion, workshop, and project-based presentation, to help students attain the competencies. Their learning outcomes will be assessed through different tasks such as mid-term exam, final projects, and learning reflection.

 

Course Code                           : IG572

Course Group                          : Elective Courses

Credit                                      : 4

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 7

Pre-requisite                            : Theoretical Bases of EYL, EYL Assessment. EYL Materials Development

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Iyen Nurlaelawati, M. Pd. (2494)

 

Course Description

This course is one of the courses in the elective course of Teaching English to Young Learners. In this course the students will discuss and identify basic concepts in course design, and identify and compare different approaches to EYL course design based on learners’ needs. They will also carry out the stages of course design that is specifically purposed for teaching English to young learners. In the end they will present your own course.

Code

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IG 554

Course group

:

Content Knowledge

Credit hours

:

2 Chs

Semester

:

6

Prerequisite

:

Course Status

:

Elective

Lecturer

:

 

 

Course description

In this course students are prepared to be able to understand the aspects of teaching and learning English for young learners, especially materials development in Indonesian context. They will learn some topics that cover identifying child-friendly approaches and principles to selection and organization of instructional contents, selecting learning materials and media (games, songs, and stories), developing materials, and evaluating materials. They will involve in the model of instruction that applies inquiry, expository and collaborative approaches in the form of lecturing, discussion, workshop, and project-based presentation, to help students attain the competencies. Their learning outcomes will be assessed through different tasks such as mid-term exam, final projects, and learning reflection.

Code

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IG 510

Course group

:

Language Skills

Credit hours

:

2 Chs

Semester

:

6

Prerequisite

:

Course Status

:

Compulsory

Lecturer

:

Prof. Emi Emilia, Ph.D (1396)

Ika Lestari Damayanti, S.Pd., M.A. (2144)

 

Course description

This course exposes students to the theory of functional grammar and how to apply the theory in the teaching of English, especially the teaching of reading and writing. The course will also introduce the students to the application of their understanding of functional grammar in assessing students’ reading and writing different text types. Finally, the course will also provide students with practice of applying their mastery of functional grammar in their writing and analysing different text types, including multimodal texts. Students will be required to read a wide range of references.

Course Code                           : IG 295

Course Group                          : Specific Study Program Courses

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 1

Pre-requisite                            : –

Status                                      : Core

Course Description

This course covers some basic theories on grammar that includes word classes (parts of speech), review of tenses and types of sentences. In this course the students are exposed to English texts and exercises that enable them to be familiar with grammatically acceptable uses of English and produce grammatically correct sentences.

 

Course Code                 : IG 400

Credit Hours                 : 2 Chs

Semester                       : 2

Pre-requisites               : Grammar 1

Status                            : Compulsory Course

Course Description

As a continuation of Grammar 1, this course strengthens the students’ understanding of the role of grammar in teaching and learning of language, basic concepts such as word classes/parts of speech, phrases, and sentences. This course will also cover verb patterns and its applicability in texts in practice of text analysis in terms of aspects learned in the course. In this course the students are exposed to English texts and exercises that enable them to be familiar with grammatically acceptable uses of English.

Course Code                           : IG399

Course Group                          : 

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 3

Pre-requisite                            :  Grammar 1 (IG 295), Grammar 2 (IG 400)

Status                                      : Core

 

 

Description of Content          

This course, as the continuation of the subjects Grammar 1 and Grammar 2, is also relevant to the courses of language skills taught in semester 3.  It attempts to consolidate the students’ understanding of grammar they learnt in the previous grammar subjects in doing exercises in structural conversion and revisions.  The course subsequently provides students with practices and exercises of critiquing the grammar of texts (monologue or dialogues) written by students at school and at the end of the course of their own texts in terms of different aspects of grammar they have learnt. As the course is the basis for the last grammar subject, that is, functional grammar, students will be guided to critique the grammar of texts  at the clause or sentence level. Moreover, to provide students with exercises of TOEFL tests, they will also be provided with  exercises on samples of grammar tests in TOEFL.

Code                            : IG 503

Course group              : Fundamentals in Education Subjects

Credit hours                : 3 Chs

Semester                     : 5

Prerequisite                 : None

Course status               : Required

Lecturer                      : Pupung Purnawarman, M.S.Ed., Ph.D. (2025)

                                      Annisa Rahmadani, S.Pd., M.A. (3148)

 

Course description

The course is designed to introduce various concepts of ICT literacy, educational technology, and teaching media in English Language Teaching. This course is aimed at equipping students with an understanding of educational technology and ICT literacy, and the ability to utilize various types of media and ICT for learning and teaching purposes. This course covers the basic concepts of technology and ICT literacy, teaching media and their practical uses to help learning and teaching activities. Students will be exposed to various kinds and uses of teaching media; ranging from simple technology to current and sophisticated, such as electronic multimedia, web-based, internet-based, and mobile technologies. Students are expected to be able to utilize readily-available technologies or develop their own teaching media. Students will present it in a showcase and use it for classroom teaching and learning processes.

 

Code                : IG520

Course group  : Language Competence

Credit hours    : 2 credit hours

Semester         : 7

Prerequisite     : –

Course status   :  Required course

Lecturers         :  Prof. Dr. Nenden Sri Lengkanawati, M,Pd

 

Course Description

This course is designed to make EFL students aware of the importance of understanding intercultural communication in the teaching and learning a language. Therefore, the course will cover the basic concept of culture related to the teaching and learning a language, the TL cultural encounters, some similarities and differences between the TL culture and the students’ native language culture. By mastering such knowledge mentioned earlier, the students are expected to be able to use the language socio-culturally appropriate, to avoid misunderstanding and misbehaving in using or in comprehending the TL, and to make them capable of integrating some important cultural aspects in using as well as teaching the TL or in continuing their study in the TL countries. Finally, this course is expected to help students appreciate some of the ways that understanding the cultural context of communication is vital to decoding messages.

Course Code                           : IG550

Course Group                          :

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate (Bachelor Degree)

Semester                                             : 7

Pre-requisite                            : –

Status                                      : Required

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Yanty Wirza, Ph.D

 

Course Description

This course aims at introducing students to key concepts and issues in the relationship between language and society. The course focuses on the notion that language is constantly and continuously changing responding to changes in the societies. The topics covered are language variations; language ideology; multilingualism; sociolinguistic patterns; language, gender, and identity; sociolinguitics and education; ELT; as well as other concepts and issues pertinent to language change and use in society. The students are expected to actively engage in discussing topics from the required readings and select research articles, and be involved in small-scale research investigating relevant topics in language use in society.

Kode Mata kuliah                   : BS 302

Kelompok Mata kuliah           : Mata Kuliah Keahlian (MKK) Fakultas

Bobot  sks                               : 2

Jenjang                                    : S-1

Semester                                 : 3

Prasyarat                                 : –

Status (wajib/ pilihan)            : Pilihan

Nama dan kode dosen             : ………………………………………………..

 

Deskripsi Matakuliah

Mata kuliah ini merupakan Mata Kuliah Keahlian Fakultas (MKKF) yang diselenggarakan pada semester 3, dan bertujuan untuk membekali mahasiswa dengan kemampuan membaca, menulis dan berpikir kritis dalam konteks akademis yang berkaitan dengan aspek pendidikan, kebahasaan, kesusastraan, dan kebudayaan. Setelah mengikuti perkuliahan ini mahasiswa diharapkan mampu memahami berbagai isu dan permasalahan terkini dalam bidang pendidikan, kebahasaan, kesusastraan, dan kebudayaan berdasarkan yang didapatkan dari berbagai sumber baik nasional maupun internasional. Mahasiswa juga diharapkan mampu memahami, menggunakan, dan menafsirkan teks secara kritis untuk mencapai tujuan tertentu, mampu mengungkapkan pendapat, gagasan dan fikiran secara kritis baik lisan maupun tulisan tentang bidang pendidikan, kebahasaan, kesusastraan dan kebudayaan berdasarkan hasil pengamatan, data, dan informasi yang relevan dari berbagai sumber nasional maupun internasional yang terpercaya. Perkuliahan mencakup 30% teori dan 70% praktik/aktivitas. Mahasiswa yang mengontrak mata kuliah ini diwajibkan mengikuti kegiatan perkuliahan minimal 80% kehadiran, dan mengikuti UTS dan UAS serta memenuhi tugas yang diinstruksikan sebagai syarat kelulusan mata kuliah ini.

Course Code                           : IG410

Course Group                          : Specific Professional Courses

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                             : 5

Pre-requisite                            : Lis for Academic Purposes 1

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Suharno, M.Pd (2336)

 

Course Description

Listening for Academic Purposes 1 (LFAP 1) is one of the listening courses that puts emphasis on listening in academic settings. Students learn about and discuss content from variety of academic fields–topics that speak to the world they live in. The lecturers contain the type of material found in introductory university courses in five academic content areas: business and marketing, sociology, science, media studies, and linguistics. The topics are designed to appeal to a wide range of  student backgrounds and conducive to clas discussions that draw on multiple perspectives.

 

Course Code                                       : IG420

Course Group                                      : Specific Professional Courses

Credit                                                  : 2

Level                                                   : Undergraduate

Semester                                             : 5

Pre-requisite                                       : Lis for Academic Purposes 1

Status                                                  : Core

Lecturers’ Name and Code             : Suharno, M.Pd (2336)

 

Course Description

Listening for Academic Purposes 2 (LFAP 2) is one of the listening courses that puts emphasis on listening in academic settings. As the continuation of Listening for for Academic 1, students learn about and discuss content from variety of academic fields–topics that speak to the world they live in. The lecturers contain the type of material found in introductory university courses in five academic content areas: business and marketing, sociology, science, media studies, and linguistics. The topics are designed to appeal to a wide range of student backgrounds and conducive to clas discussions that draw on multiple perspectives.

Course Code

: IG 240

Course Category

: Language Skills

Credit Hours

: 2 Credit hours

Level

: S1 (Bachelor Degree)

Semester

: 1

Pre-requisites

: –

Status

: Compulsory

  

Code

: 2242

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to enhance the listening skill in general communication contexts in accordance with TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) especially listening section. It emphasizes on pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and pattern of English. It also focuses on the basic strategies of comprehending main ideas, specific information, and development of vocabularies in various situations in general contexts. Learning activities will employ extensive listening where students are exposed to variety of topics and have synchronous and asynchronous activities. Furthermore, the learning outcomes of the students will be assessed through multiple learning and assessment tasks.

 

Course Code                           :  EG210

Course Group                          : Specific Professional Courses

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 2

Pre-requisite                            : Listening for General Communication 1

Status                                      : Core

 

Course Description

This course is the continuation of Listening for General Communication 1 designed to equip the students with listening strategies to understand full communicative interaction in various settings. This course covers information (implicit and explicit) identification in various contexts integrated to speaking and/or writing. This course is expected to provide solid foundation preceding Listening in Professional Contexts and Listening for Academic Purposes.

 

Course Code                           : IG 310

Course Category                     : Language Skills

Credit Hours                           : 2 Credits

Level                                       : S1 (Bachelor Degree)

Semester                                 : 2

Pre-requisites                          : Listening for General Communication 1 and Listening for General Communication 2

Status                                      : Compulsory

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to different kinds of academic listening in English in accordance with standardized tests. Students are introduced and required to listen to academic texts mainly on explanation, exposition, and discussion texts independently. They will go through the process of listening as, starting from listening for specific information, understanding inferences and implied meaning, making summary, and drawing conclusions. The learning activities will be integrated with other language skills covering reading comprehension, writing skills, and speaking performance. The texts presented are mainly in longer dialogs or talks.

 

 

Course Code                 : IG 310

Course Category           :

Credits                          : 2 SKS

Level                            : S1

Semester                       : 4

Requirements               : GRAMMAR 1 2 3                                 

Status (core/elective)   : CORE

Lecturer and Code      : MUHAMMAD HANDI GUNAWAN, M.Pd./2478

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of English lexical morphology and syntax. It concentrates on the concepts of words, types of words, morphemes, allomorphs, inflections and derivations, word structures, word categories and functions, phrases, kinds of phrases, and the interface between morphology and syntax. This course also gives students knowledge on how to represent the structure of words, phrases, and clauses in tree diagrams.

 

Code                            : CO 351

Credit hours                : 2 Chs

Semester                     : 6

Prerequisite                 : –

Course status               : Compulsory

Lecturer                      : Pupung Purnawarman, M.A., P.hD.

  Dr. Budi Hermawan, M.P.C

 

Course description

This course aims at introducing students to multimodality and digital communication. The course focuses on the notion that meanings derive from the orchestration of different modes and that communication always involves the use of and making meaning of different modes used. The topics covered are background and definition of multimodality, approaches to multimodality/multimodal research, nature and features of digital communication, and multimodal texts analysis. 

 

Code                : IG 505

Course Group  : Pedagogical Knowledge

Credits Hours  : 3 Credit Hours

Semester         : 6

Prerequisites   : –

Course Status  : Compulsory

Lecturers         : Prof. Dr. Didi Suherdi, M.Ed.; Prof. Fuad Abdul Hamied, M.A., Ph.D.; Dr. Fazri Nur Yusuf, M.Pd.

Code                : 1150; 0484; 2242

 

Course Description

Throughout this course, students identify, comprehend, and analyse elements of school level curriculum and Indonesian national education standards, particularly graduates’ learning outcomes, content, process, and assessment standards. They will identify and use these documents in designing instructions. Students will also be equipped with principles and theories underlying instructional planning. They include identifying, comparing, and applying an instructional planning, identifying the elements of English instruction, formulating learning indicators of basic competencies and targeted learning objectives, selecting and adapting teaching materials including instructional media, designing instructional activities with reference to learning outcomes and learners’ characteristics, selecting assessment tools that are in line with learning objectives, implementing and  revising instructional planning. The class activity includes synchronous and asynchronous modes along with class discussion and presentation and advisory sessions. The learning outcomes will be gained through students’ individual reports/summaries, group presentations, and a group lesson plan.

Course Code                                       : IG 301

Course Group                                      : Core Professional Course, Content Knowledge

Credit                                                  : 2 CHs

Level                                                   : Undergraduate/S-1

Semester                                             : 2

Pre-requisite                                        : [none]

Status                                                  : Core, Required

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to different kinds of texts in English, particularly descriptive, recount, and procedure texts. Students are introduced to the structure and linguistic features of those texts and required to write those texts independently. Students will go through the process of writing as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, and editing their texts. Feedback on content and mechanics of writing from both the lecturer and peers will be provided along the process of writing. Assessment is carried out process wise as well as in the written product along the course or at the end of the semester.

Phonetics and Phonology is the study of sound system, the ways sounds are produced, transmitted, and given meaning. In this course of study thus students will be familiarized with materials as regards concepts and theories in the production, transmission, and perception of the English sounds. Students will learn furthermore to apply their understanding of the concepts and theories of the sound system in the teaching and learning of English language and assessment of progress and accomplishment thereof.

On a theoretical basis, while Phonetics is concerned with general concepts and understanding of sound production, transmission, and reception, Phonology in this syllabus is concerned more with the sound production, transmission, and reception of a given language, i.e., the English language. On a practical basis for students of the English Education Department, Phonetics and Phonology helps develop their prospective teaching competencies by providing the opportunities for them to explore theories of English phonology on the one hand, and practice it for the purposes of teaching profession on the other hand.

Given the status of the English language as a first foreign language in Indonesia, the teaching and learning will present the English language system in the native speaking circumstances as well as in the local non-native communication setting where it is spoken within varieties which adopt the Indonesian phonology to a great extent; sources for this purpose are taken from such multimodal artifacts as the Internet, real life situation conversational practices, and the likes. Therefore, the teaching methodology and classroom dynamics, the materials of exposure and media of practice, and the assessment of progress and evaluation of achievement will be carried out on the basis of the aforementioned considerations.

By the end of the semester students are expected to be able to exhibit their mastery of the course subject in the fashion of analysis of the English sound system in actual practices. Students will be engaged with literature on English phonology and classroom activities and so are expected to be able to demonstrate accomplishment relative to communicative speaking tasks with reasonably accurate pronunciation and adequately intelligible expression of thought both in such classroom setting and in more general social communication context.

 

Course Identity

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Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris

Practice of Interpreting

IG. 450

……………………………………..

2 sks

S-1 (Bachelor Degree)

6

Wajib

Emi Emilia/ 1396

 

Course Description

This course basically provides students with practice of interpreting in different modes (consecutive, simultaneous, relay interpreting, and whispered interpreting and sight translation)  and types (community or public and conference) interpreting.  At the initial stage, the course will review some basic concepts of interpreting and skills needed in interpreting, including note-taking, listening, speaking and linguistic aspects. Then the rest of the course will be devoted to practice of interpreting in both community and conference settings, in differect modes (consecutive, simultaneous, and sight translation about different topics based on the scenarios provided.

 

 

Number of credits                                                     : 4 Credit Hours

Curriculum and type of subject                                : Curriculum: Bachelor in English Education

Type of subject                                                         : Elective course

 Responsible faculty member                                    : Dr. Sri Setyarini, M.App.,Ling

Semester                                                                   : 7

Pre-requisite                                                              : –

 

Course Description

This course prepares students to teach English for Young learners in lower primary class. The students will practice developing lessons, materials, and assessment that will be implemented in the teaching simulation.

 

Course Code                           : IG575

Course Group                          : Elective Courses\

Credit                                      : 4

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 7

Pre-requisite                            : Theoretical Bases of EYL, EYL Assessment. EYL Materials Development

Status                                      : Core

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Iyen Nurlaelawati, M. Pd. (2494)

 

Course Description

This course is one of the courses in the elective course of Teaching English to Young Learners. In this course the students will develop story-based lessons (in groups) for teaching EYL in upper primary, demonstrate the teaching of English to young learners in upper primary (in groups), and evaluate and reflect on your own and others’ teaching performance.

 

 

Course Code                           : IG350

Course Category                     : Core Professional Course

Credit Hours                           : 2 Credits

Level                                       : Undergraduate Program

Semester                                 : 4

Pre-requisites                          : IG 340

Status                                      : Core

Lecturer’s Name & Code       : Sri Harto, M.Pd. (2421)

 

Course Description

This course covers the concepts and principles of the Practice of Translating, processes and practices of translation presented by translation experts, methods and procedures of translation, identification of structures and language features of translation works done by human translators (HT) through translation from scratch (TfS), practices of translation from scratch (TfS) in different topics and text types, translation technology and localization industry, implementation of translation technology to fulfill needs of localization industry, structures and language features resulted from the outputs of machine translation (MT),  analysis of errors resulted from the machine translation (MT) outputs,  processes and principles of post-editing (PE) and competences required by post-editors of machine translation (MT), practices of post-editing (PE) of machine translation (MT) outputs in different categories of targeted texts (TT) and in different text types and topics, the use of computer assisted translation (CAT) tools, and practices on the use of computer assisted translation (CAT) tools in the Practice of Translating.

   

 

Course code                                        : IG254

Course classification                           : Compulsory

Credit hours                                        : 2

Level                                                   : S-1

Semester                                             : 1

Requirement                                       : None

 

Course Description

This course is intended to make students able to identify sounds in English, compare the English sounds and their native language, pronounce word stress sentence stress, linking sounds accurately in ways within the acceptable varieties of world English. Throughout the course, students are expected to be able to pronounce English words, phrases, sentences, word stress, sentence stress correctly and appropriately. Since they are going to be teachers, students are expected to have the knowledge of the principles of English pronunciation and able to figure out how to teach it. They are also taught the principles of pronouncing words, phrases, sentences, and paragraphs.

 

Code

:

IG 422

Course group

:

Language Skills

Credit hours

:

2 Credit hours

Semester

:

2

Prerequisite

:

IG 242, IG, 252, IG 312, IG 412

Course Status

:

Core Language Skills

 

Course description

This course exposes students to read good research proposals and research reports in English. Students are introduced to the nature of research proposal and research reports, the structure of a research proposal and research reports, and elements of a research proposal and research reports; and encouraged to write their research proposals independently. Students will go through the process of reading as professionals do, starting from scanning and skimming, summarizing, identifying major points and supporting details, making inferences, paraphrasing, identifying reference words, recognising tone, and identifying purpose in reading research proposals and research reports. In addition, they will identify citation  and references according to appropriate recommended approach, such as APA. Flipped instructions will be the major mode in this course. Students’ learning outcomes will be assessed through multiple learning and assessment tasks including reading log and recorded as well live spoken performance.

Course Code                 : IG 412

Course Category          : Language Skills

Credit Hours                 : 2 Credits

Level                            : S1 (Bachelor Degree)

Semester                       : 4

Pre-requisites               : Reading for General Communication 1, Reading for General Communication 2, and Reading in Professional

                                        Contexts,

Status                            : Compulsory

 

Course Description

Reading for Academic Purposes 1 provides students with initial exposures to various types of texts in academic settings. During the course, the students are going to have several activities such as identifying the generic structure of a text, produce a reading log based on various academic texts, and writing a critical response to an academic text.

Course Code                                       : IG 203

Course Group                                      : Language Skills

Credit Hours                                       : 2

Level                                                   : Undergraduate

Semester                                             : 1

Pre-requisites                                      : –

Status                                                  : Core

 

Course Description

This course covers some basic reading skills for reading texts of various topics e.g. scanning, previewing and predicting, finding topics and main ideas, skimming, making inferences, and summarizing. Practices on using the skills will be explored in the exercises that follow the texts. This course also encourages students to develop their own reading habits by asking them to choose their favorite readings and share it with the rest of the class.

 

Code                   

: IG253

Course group       

: Content Knowledge

Credit hours

:2 CHS

Semester

:

Course status

:

 

Course description

This course exposes students to different kinds of texts in English, particularly narrative texts, spoof texts, and response to literary-work texts. Students are introduced to various reading strategies including making prediction, scanning, skimming, previewing, to comprehend those texts independently. Students will go through the process of reading as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge and connecting the knowledge gained from the text to the real situation .

 

 

Course Code

: IG 312

Curriculum and Type of Subject

: Bachelor in English Education / Compulsory

Course Category

: Language Skills

Credit Hours

: 2 Credits

Responsible faculty members

: Dr. Sri Setyarini, M.App.,Ling and Lukman Hakim, S.Pd.,M.Pd

Semester

: 3

Pre-requisites

: Reading for General Communication 1 and Reading for General Communication 2

Status

: Compulsory

 

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Reading for General Communication 1 & 2, and related to the other courses of language skills and grammar. The course exposes students to different genre of texts in English, particularly explanation, exposition, and discussion. It will introduce students to the structure and linguistic features of those texts types and require them to respond orally and/or in written independently. Students will go through the recursive process as professionals do. Students will also be made aware of the significance of reading, including critical reading, in helping them to produce oral and/or written works. Students will be guided and given feedback on the structure of text, language features, content, and mechanics from both the lecturer and peers along the process. Students will also be encouraged to use appropriate citation (based on the standard of American Psychological Association (APA) in their texts. Students’ success of this course will be affected by and contribute to their achievement in other courses, especially those of language skills and grammar.

 

Course Code                 : IG

Credit Hours                 : 3 Chs

Semester                       : 7

Pre-requisites                : All compulsory courses from semester 1-7

Status                            : Thesis Replacement Course

Lecturer                        : Gin Gin Gustine, Ph. D

Code                             : 2145

 

Course Description

This course intends to assists students to produce a mini research project as a replacement of a common undergraduate thesis. Although it is labelled as a mini research, however students are expected to follow all requirements and appropriate procedures of doing research, especially related to English teaching and learning in EFL context. Thus, the weekly syllabus is tailored according to all sections commonly found in educational research, from the Introduction to the Conclusions sections. First, students are introduced to research paradigms in educational research and then they will be exposed to various topics of research related to English teaching and learning in EFL setting. Second, students are required to identify their own research interest, describe theoretical framework needed to support their study, demonstrate appropriate methods of collecting the data and how to analyze them and finally submit a mini research at the end of the semester.

Course code: IG411

Course group: Compulsory

Credit: 2

Level : Undergraduate

Semester: 4

Pre-requisite: None

Status:  Core

Lecturer’s name and code: Della N Kartika Sari A., M.Ed.  (2143)

 

DESCRIPTION

This is a performance course which intends to familiarize students with the preparation and delivery of various speeches including informative and persuasive speeches. Students will research, outline and deliver speeches, as well as act as critics of their own, fellow students’, and famous speakers’ work. The course aims to reduce students’ anxiety in public presentations, emphasize speech preparation, enhance academic & public speaking skills, and make students better able to evaluate their own performance and that of others.

 

 

Course Code                           : IG578

Course Group                          : ESP

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                             : 7

Pre-requisite                            :

Status                                      :

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Gin Gin Gustine, M.Pd, Ph.D (2145), Dr. Rojab Siti Rodliyah, M.Ed (2216), Yanty Wirza, M.A. Ph.D (2392),

  Ika Lestari Damayanti, S.Pd, M.A (2144), Annisa Rahmadani, M.A (3148), Lukman Hakim, M.Pd (3170)

 

Course Description

This course intends to assists students with steps and strategies in writing a research proposal to be examined by the end of the semester (ujian seminar proposal). Students will be introduced to how to identify a research problem in the field of English Language Teaching or English as a Foreign Language and formulate research questions based on the problems. Student will also engage in writing some parts of the research proposal based on their research questions, for example the Introduction chapter, the Literature Review, and the Methodology chapter. Students will be guided to write those chapters and given ample opportunity to write independently. Students will also be introduced to several research methods commonly used in education fields and choose the most relevant for their own research. At the end of the course, students are required to present their research proposal and expected to use the revised proposal for their skripsi in the following semester.

 

 

Code                                                                : IG421

Course Cluster                                                : Skill

Credit Hours                                                   : 2 (two) crs

Degree                                                            : S1

Semester                                                         : 5

Course Status (Required/ Elective)                : Required

Pre-requisite                                                   : Speaking for General Communication I, Speaking for General Communication II, 

                                                                          Speaking in Professional Contexts, Speaking for Academic Purposes II

Lecturer’s Name                                             : Ika Lestari Damayanti, M.A.

                                                                          Nur Hafiz Abdurahman, M.A.

 

Course Description

This course provides students with exposures and practices to improve their speaking skills in academic contexts: such as chairing debates, moderating conference sessions, and presenting a research proposal. Exercises focusing on the acquisition of vocabulary and the recogition of language cues (lexical, grammatical, and paralinguistic cues) that are used in academic contexts are also provided. In addition, students also have speaking test preparation exercises. By the end of the course, students should have more confidence in their speaking skills, expressing ideas, proposing arguments, and handling multiple contexts where high spoken skills are expected. Learning media will include laptop, LCD/Projector, Audio/Video Player, and Edmodo.

 

Course code                            : IG210

Course classification              : Compulsory

Credit hours                            : 2

Level                                       : S-1

Semester                                 : 1

Requirement                           : None

Course Description

This course is the first speaking course and related to other courses on language skills and grammar. In this course students will learn to identify some English daily expressions. Students will go through the recursive process of planning for their speaking , starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, revising their texts, and then speaking in front of the class or doing a dialogue on any topic in the texts in focus. Students will be guided and given feedback on the structure, language features, content, fluency and pronunciation, and other aspects of oral communication, such as eye contact and body language from both the lecturer and peers.  Students will learn to use texts stated orally.

Course code                            : IG210

Course classification              : Compulsory

Credit hours                            : 2

Level                                       : S-1

Semester                                 : 2

Requirement                            : Speaking for General Communication 1

  

 

DESCRIPTION

This course puts emphasis on the mastery of basic proficiency in speaking English that includes ‘correct’ and appropriate pronunciation of English sounds and fluency. Students will be exposed to different English sounds that most Indonesian students find difficult to produce. In addition, the students are expected to be able to describe experiences and events and provide brief reasons and explanations for opinions and plans in spoken forms. The learning activities include sound-focused independent and guided intensive practice, the use of words in context, and delivery of different topics on familiar situations that engage and encourage them to participate in active and meaningful social interactions. Students will develop understanding of key features of spoken English and apply speaking skills and strategies in using language appropriately to address the purpose, audience, context and cultures in familiar communication events.

 

Code                                                    : IG311

Course Cluster                                    : Skill

Credit Hours                                       : 2 (two) crs

Degree                                                : S1

Semester                                             : 3

Course Status (Required/ Elective)    : Required

Pre-requisite                                        : Speaking for General Communication I, Speaking for General Communication II, 

 

Course Description

This course exposes the students to different topics on familiar situations that engage and encourage them to participate in active and meaningful professional settings. The students are expected to be able to deliver presentations, discuss in educational settings, reflect on their works, have an interview, and give speech in public. Students will also develop understanding of key features of spoken English and apply speaking and representing skills and strategies in using language appropriately to address purpose, audience, context, and cultures. Learning media will include laptop, Audio/Video Player, and Online Teaching Platforms.

 

 

 

Course code                                        : IG515

Course classification                          : Compulsory

Credit hours                                        : 2

Level                                                   : S-1

Semester                                             : 3

Requirement                                       : None

 

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to meet the needs of students to orient themselves to the understanding of the basic statistical concepts and main techniques for carrying out research, particularly in English language education.

Code                      : IG506

Course group         : Pedagogical Knowledge

Credit hourse         : 3 Credit hours

Semester                : 6

Lecturer                 : Prof. Dr. Nenden Sri Lengkanawati, M.Pd

 

Course Description

This course is designed to assist students to be able to make students ready in coping with their future career, their knowledge qualification, and good character as well as attitude. Through this course, students are expected to be able to identify, comprehend, discuss and apply the theories of teaching and learning into practice. Therefore, this course covers a number of different theoretical views and concepts as well as principles of EFL methodology, specifically the concepts and principles of teaching and learning strategies that serve as the sources and foundations for classroom practices. Therefore, the coverage of the   course includes foundations for classroom practices, contexts in teaching, ways of designing and implementing classroom techniques, and classroom practices. Apart from these pedagogical knowledge, their English proficiency as well as content knowledge are also become the focus of the teaching and learning process.

 

Kode Mata kuliah                   : BS303

Kelompok Mata kuliah           : Mata Kuliah Keahlian Fakultas/MKKF

Bobot  sks                               : 2

Jenjang                                    : S1

Semester                                 : 4

Prasyarat                                 : Lulus MKKF Literasi

Status (wajib/pilihan)             : Wajib

 

Deskripsi Matakuliah

Mata kuliah Teknologi Digital dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa merupakan salah satu mata kuliah keahlian Fakultas (MKKF) yang wajib diikuti oleh seluruh mahasiswa FPBS UPI pada semester 5. Setelah mengikuti perkuliahan ini, mahasiswa diharapkan memiliki kemampuan dalam memahami konsep teori serta menerapkan teknologi digital dalam pembelajaran bahasa. Beragam topik disusun secara sistematis dalam rangka pencapaian kompetensi tersebut, diantaranya adalah (1) Literasi Teknologi Digital dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa; (2) Dasar-Dasar Teknologi Digital, Bahasa, dan Pembelajaran Bahasa; (3) Etika Penggunaan Teknologi Digital; (4) Mediasi, Multimodalitas, dan Multiliterasi; (5) Teknologi Digital dan Bahasa; (6) Teknologi Digital dan Pembelajaran Bahasa; (7) Potensi Internet dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa; (8) Pembelajaran Bahasa Daring (Dalam Jaringan); (9) Perangkat Teknologi Digital dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa; (10) Asesmen Pembelajaran Bahasa Berbasis Teknologi Digital; (11) Perkembangan dan Isu-isu mutakhir Teknologi Digital dalam Pembelajaran dan Penelitian Bahasa; dan (12) Pengembangan Teknologi Digital dalam Pembelajaran dan Penelitian Bahasa. Pelaksanaan kuliah menggunakan pendekatan inquiry dalam bentuk ceramah, tanya jawab dan diskusi kelas. Mahasiswa diberi tugas untuk melakukan kajian pustaka terkait topik-topik di atas dalam bentuk makalah yang dipresentasikan dan didiskusikan di kelas. Untuk mengetahui tingkat penguasaan mahasiswa terhadap materi perkuliahan, dilakukan evaluasi melalui UTS dan UAS.

 

Course Code                           :  IG535

Course Group                          : EYL

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 5

Pre-requisite                            :

Status                                      : Elective

Lecturers’ Name and Code     : Ika Lestari Damayanti, S.Pd, M.A (2144)

 

Course Description

This course is designed to prepare students with a number of different theoretical views, the basic concepts and general issues in teaching English to young learners.  Topics to be discussed include approaches to teaching Enlish to young learners, characteristics of young learners, how young learners learn their first and second languages, the policy of teaching English to young learners, especially in Indonesia context, and principles of teaching English to young learners in oral and written skills. The course will focus on the current principles and practices of teaching English young learners in Indonesia.

 

Course Code                                       : IG340

Course Category                                 : Core Professional Course

Credit Hours                                       : 2 Credits

Level                                                   : Undergraduate Program

Semester                                             : 3

Pre-requisites                                      :

Status                                                  : Core

 

 

Course Description

This course covers the theories and basic principles of translating and interpreting. It includes the differences between translating and interpreting and the process of translating and interpreting. In terms of theoretical foundation of translating, it covers translation methods and procedures, translation competences, human translation (HT) Vs machine translation (MT), post-editing of machine translation (PEMT), computer-assisted translation (CAT) tools, translation and localization, and simple practices of translating. In addition, in terms of theoretical foundation of interpreting, it includes interpreters’ working situations, interpreting tools, codes and ethics for interpreters, modes and types of interpreting, note-taking and memory-training, and simple practices of interpreting

 

Course Code                           : IG 243

Course Group                          : Core Language Skills, Core Professional Courses

Credit                                      : 2

Level                                       : Undergraduate

Semester                                 : 1

Pre-requisite                            : []

Status                                      : Core, Required

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to different kinds of texts in English, particularly descriptive, recount, and procedure texts. Students are introduced to the structure and linguistic features of those texts and required to write those texts independently. Students will go through the process of writing as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, and editing their texts. Feedback on content and mechanics of writing from both the lecturer and peers will be provided along the process of writing. Assessment is carried out process wise as well as in the written product along the course or at the end of the semester.

 

 

Course Code

: IG254

Course Category

: Language Skills

Credit Hours

: 2 Credits

Level

: S1 (Bachelor Degree)

Semester

: 2

Pre-requisites

: Writing for General Communication 1

Status

: Compulsory

 

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Writing for General Communication 1, and related to the other courses of language skills and grammar. The course exposes students to different kinds of texts in English, particularly narrative texts, and response to literary-work texts. This course will introduce students to the structure and linguistic features of those text types and require them to write those texts independently. Students will go through the recursive process of writing, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, and editing their texts. Students will be guided and given feedback on the structure, language features, content, and mechanics of writing from both the lecturer and peers along the process of writing. When necessary, students will also be encouraged to use appropriate citation (based on APA) in their texts. Students’ success of this course will be affected by and contribute to their achievement in other courses, especially those of language skills and grammar.

Course Code

: IG 313

Course Category     

: Language Skills

Credit Hours           

: 2 Credits

Level                       

: S1 (Bachelor Degree)

Semester                  

: 3

Pre-requisites          

: IG 253, IG 243

Status                      

: Compulsory

 

Course Description

As a continuation of the previous writing courses and related toother courses on language skills, this course exposes students to different kinds of argumentative texts in English (particularly exposition, discussion), and explanation. The students will be promoted to develop their capacity in writing texts for their professions. They are introduced to the structure and linguistic features of those texts and required to write those texts independently. As in the previous courses of writing, they will go through the recursive process of writing as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, and editing their texts. As argument is one main element of critical thinking, students’ critical thinking, reading and writing will be put a strong emphasis in this course. The students will be guided and given feedback on the structure, language features, content, and mechanics of writing from both the lecturer and their peers along with the process of writing. They will be encouraged to use citation (based on APA) to support arguments in their texts. As in the previous subjects of writing, the students’ success in this course will contribute to and be affected by their achievement in other courses, especially those of language skills and grammar

Course Code                 : IG 413

Credit Hours                 : 2 Chs

Semester                       : 4

Pre-requisites               : All compulsory courses from semester 1-3

Status                            : Core Courses

Lecturer                        : Gin Gin Gustine, Ph. D

Code                            : 2145

 

Course Description

This course exposes students to different kinds and features of academic writing. Students are introduced to the structure and linguistic features of academic texts and required to write and research those texts independently with global perspectives from the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and other relevant issues. Students will go through the process of writing as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, and editing their texts. Feedback on content and mechanics of writing from both the lecturer and peers will be provided along the process of writing. Students will also learn to develop critical thinking in writing and evaluate credibility of sources.

 

Code

:

IG 420

Course group

:

Language Skills

Credit hours

:

2 Chs

Semester

:

5

Prerequisite

:

Writing for General Communication 1 & 2, Writing in Professional Context, Writing for Academic Purposes 1

Course Status

:

Core

Lecturer(s)

:

Emi Emilia

 

Course description

This course is the last course of writing skill and is expected to lead students to gain the most  advanced writing skill they need to succeed in their study at the university level. Students are introduced to the nature, the structure, and the elements  (genre) and linguistic features (register) of a research proposal.  In apprenticeship, with feedback from both the lecturer and peers, students will be guided to write their research proposal independently and confidently with an appropriate structure of organization and mature written language features. As in the previous writing courses, students will go through the process of writing each part of a research proposal as professionals do, starting from building knowledge of the topic, building text knowledge, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, and publishing their research proposals with an appropriate referencing style. The teaching learning process will be organized based on the teaching cycle of genre pedagogy, especially building knowledge of the field, modelling, and independent construction and assessment will be focused on the quality of the proposal, seen from the genre and register.  During pandemic, the learning mode will be online using various learning media (zoom, WA group, google classroom, and any other learning platforms most accessible the students. Students’ proposal will be assessed based on the structure of organisastion and linguistic features (register), comprising the field, mode, and tenor.

 

Course Code                 : IG 592

Credit Hours                 : 3 Chs

Semester                       : Non-Skrip

Pre-requisites                : All compulsory courses from semester 1-7

Status                            : Thesis Replacement Course (Mata Kuliah Pengganti Skripsi)

Lecturer                        : Dr. Rojab Siti Radliyah, S.Pd., M.Ed. (2216)

                                        Annisa Rahmadani, M.A. (3148)

Code                            : (2216) (3148)

 

Course Description

     This course aims to provide the students with the knowledge, skills, and information related to the trends and innovation in teaching English as foreign language, especially in Indonesian context. The teaching-learning process covers the intensive reading, discussion, and presentation on issues in TEFL, and innovative teachings in four language skills (Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing), Grammar and Vocabulary. Furtheremore, at the end of the semester, the students are required to conduct documentary research on trends and innovations oin teaching SMP/SMA/SMK students

Code

: KD305

Credit Hour

: 2

Semester

: 3

Study Program/Degree

: English Education/S1

Lecturer(s)

: Prof Fuad Abdul Hamied, PhD/Pupung Purnawarman,

M.S.Ed., Ph.D.

 

 

Description of Content

In this course, students will identify and discuss some basic concepts of research; identify and compare different characteristics and types of research; identify research problems and discuss topics for research; discuss and apply principles in locating and reviewing the literature; discuss research designs and formulate research questions and hypotheses; discuss and apply procedures in collecting and analyzing certain types of data; and write a draft of an educational research proposal of their own.

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