Programme Specification for bachelor's degree

Table of Contents

Overview

Through a combination of compulsory and elective modules, you may construct a program specializing in teaching English in Secondary Schools, teaching English to Young Learners or teaching English for Special Purposes. In addition, you may also take some relevant subject to enhance your future career such as Educational Technology, Tourism, Culinary, ICT, Culture, Business and Management, and Recreational Sports.

PROGRAM CODE     C0351

DURATION                4 YEARS

ENTRY YEAR            2021

CONTACT                 

Web   

https://pmb.upi.edu/sarjana/sbmptn/

https://pmb.upi.edu/sarjana/snmptn/

https://pmb.upi.edu/sarjana/seleksi-mandiri/

https://pmb.upi.edu/sarjana/prestasi-istimewa-pi/  

Call center 08041 450 450

Entry Requirement

SNMPTN                    English 50, Bahasa Indonesia 30, and Mathematics 20        

SBMPTN                    The best 30 in the National University Entrance Selection Tests

SMUPI                        The best 30 in the University Entrance Selection Tests

PI                                 Students with Special Achievement

Campus                      Central Campus Bandung

Discipline                   English Language Education

Program Aims

The aims of the English education study program is to produce English language teachers, English LMS content, and English course program developers who have good character, and continuously develop their professionalism.  

Vision: In 2025, to become the centre of excellence in teacher education, language research and English learning in ASEAN.

Mission:

  1. Providing education by proportionally cross-fertilizing educational sciences and disciplines of religion, humanities, social, formal and applied sciences in order to strengthen the educational sciences and disciplines;
  2. Conducting research to develop educational theories and practices as well as other innovative and local wisdom-based disciplines;
  3. Developing integrated teacher professional education in academic and professional education at all levels; and
  4. Disseminating experiences and innovations in educational sciences, disciplines of religion, humanities, social, formal and applied sciences for social betterment.

The followings are the goals of the study program in accordance with the vision, mission and ELOs.

  1. Producing graduates who have professional abilities in the field of teaching English, have good character and continuously develop their professionalism.
  2. Producing graduates who have professional abilities in the field of English learning management system (LMS) contents, have good character and continuously develop their professionalism; and
  3. Producing graduates who have professional abilities in the field of English course programs, have good character and continuously develop their professionalism.

Program Expected Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of the program, there are seven outcomes for our graduates. You can find them in the following.

1. Integrate theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in English as a Foreign Language education with the reference to level C1 of CEFR with other relevant supportive knowledge.

2. Perform effective lesson planning, teaching practice and evaluation in EFL education context with appropriate technology and resources.

3. Make use of the knowledge of the 21st century skills, industry 4.0, and disruptive era challenges to enhance professional performance quality.

4. Apply morals, ethics, and university core values to uphold and maintain academic and social relations.

5. Demonstrate effective collaboration, communication, multidisciplinary skills, and social and cultural awareness with colleagues, stakeholders and community at large.

6. Perform basic research to contribute to the development and enhancement of EFL education.

7. Perform continuous self-development in improving professional performance quality. 

 

Course Contents

The following is the summary of the modules students will undertake for four years of study.


The detailed module description could be found here.

The learning outcomes, methods, reading lists, and assessment for each module could be found here.

In the first year, you will be introduced to foundational modules, including Religions, Pancasila, Bahasa Indonesia in the first semester, Citizenship, Sports, and Arts in the second semester. Through this modules, you are expected to develop good morals, ethics, and university core values that will serve as the bases of your personal and professional development in English language education. You will also be introduced to the Foundation of Education and Educational Psychology and Counseling, as well as English (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) for General Communication both in the first and second semester. Last but not least, you will also begin to learn English Grammar (Basic to Intermediate), and Phonetics and Phonology.

University-based Courses: General Education

KU100

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA ISLAM*

2

KU101

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA KRISTEN PROTESTAN*

2

KU102

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA KRISTEN KATOLIK*

2

KU103

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA HINDU*

2

KU104

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA BUDHA*

2

KU109

PENDIDIKAN AGAMA KONGHUCU

2

KU110

PANCASILA

2

KU105

PENDIDIKAN KEWARGANEGARAAN

2

KU106

PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INDONESIA

2

KU108

PENDIDIKAN JASMANI DAN OLAHRAGA*

2

KU119

PENDIDIKAN KESENIAN*

2

 

 

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University-based Courses: Education Courses

DK300

LANDASAN PENDIDIKAN

2

DK301

PSIKOLOGI PENDIDIKAN DAN BIMBINGAN

2

 

 

4

 

Program Specific Professional Courses

IG240

LISTENING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION I

2

IG241

SPEAKING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION I

2

IG242

READING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION I

2

IG243

WRITING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION I

2

IG250

LISTENING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION II

2

IG251

SPEAKING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION II

2

IG252

READING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION II

2

IG253

WRITING FOR GENERAL COMMUNICATION II

2

IG254

PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE

2

IG295

GRAMMAR I (BASIC)

2

IG400

GRAMMAR II (INTERMEDIATE)

2

IG301

PHONETICS & PHONOLOGY

2

 

 

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The lesson plans for courses offered for the freshman can be found here.

In the second year, you will be introduced to Curriculum and Teaching and Educational Management, and Literacy and Digital Technology in Language Teaching. To enhance your professional competence, you will now have English (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) in Professional Contexts, Basic English (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) for Academic Purposes, Advanced Grammar, Theoretical Foundation Of Translating And Interpreting, morphosyntax, exploring fiction, and practice of translation.

University-based Courses: Education Courses

DK303

CURRICULUM AND TEACHING

2

DK304

EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT

2

For course specification, click the course code

 

Faculty-based Courses: Literacy and Technology

BS302

LITERACY

2

BS303

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN LANGUAGE TEACHING

2

For course specification, click the course code

 

Program Specific Professional Courses

IG310

LISTENING IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS

2

 

IG311

SPEAKING IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS

2

 

IG312

READING IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS

2

 

IG313

WRITING IN PROFESSIONAL CONTEXTS

2

 

IG410

LISTENING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I

2

 

IG411

SPEAKING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I

2

 

IG412

READING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I

2

 

IG413

WRITING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES I

2

 

IG500

GRAMMAR III (ADVANCED)

2

 

IG401

MORPHOSYNTAX

2

 

IG320

EXPLORING FICTION

2

 

IG340

THEORETICAL FOUNDATION OF TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING

2

 

IG350

PRACTICE OF TRANSLATING

2

 

IG515

STATISTICS

2

The lesson plans for courses offered for the sophomores can be found here.

In the third year, you will start with more advanced and more specific modules, including Seminar on Religions, ICT Literacy and Instructional Media, Evaluation in English Language Teaching, Advanced English (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) for Academic Purposes, Exploring Poetry, and Exploring Drama. In addition, you will begin with basic modules on specialization: Theoretical Bases of ESP and Theoretical Bases of EYL.

University-based Courses: General Education

KU300

SEMINAR ON ISLAM***

2

KU301

SEMINAR ON  PROTESTANT***

2

KU302

SEMINAR ON CATHOLIC***

2

KU303

SEMINAR ON HINDUISM***

2

KU304

SEMINAR ON BUDHISM***

2

KU309

SEMINAR ON KONGHUCU

2

KU400

COMMUNITY SERVICE

2

For course specification, click the course code

Program Specific Educational Courses

IG506

ENGLISH TEACHING STRATEGY

3

IG503

ICT LITERACY AND INSTRUCTIONAL PEDAGOGY

3

IG505

ENGLISH LESSON PLANNING

3

IG507

ENGLISH LEARNING EVALUATION

3

For course specification, click the course code

Program Specific Professional Courses

IG420

LISTENING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II

2

IG421

SPEAKING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II

2

IG422

READING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II

2

IG423

WRITING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES II

2

IG440

EXPLORING POETRY

2

IG450

PRACTICE OF INTERPRETING

2

     

For course specification, click the course code

Elective Courses

IG521

ESP: THEORETICAL BASES

2

IG553

ESP: BUSINESS ENGLISH

3

IG571

ESP: MULTIMODALITY AND DIGITAL LITERACIES

3

IG522

EYL: THEORETICAL BASES OF ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS

2

IG554

EYL MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT

2

IG556

EYL ASSESSMENT

2

The lesson plans for courses offered for the junior students can be found here.

In the final year, you will be given opportunities to develop your specialization, have more advanced courses as well as research projects. You will have Classroom Discourse Analysis, Intercultural Communication, Research Methods, and Seminar on Research Projects, and in the last semester you will be concentrated on Internship and Research Paper Writing, and Oral Defence.

Program Specific Professional Courses

IG501

CLASSROOM DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

2

IG550

LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY

2

IG551

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

2

IG579

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2

IG576

EDUPRENEURSHIP

2

IG578

SEMINAR ON ELT RESEARCH PROPOSAL

2

IG590

FIELD PRACTICUM (INTERNSHIP)

4

IG598

THESIS

6

IG599

ORAL DEFENSE

0

For course specification, click the course code

Elective Courses

IG570

ESP: PUBLIC SPEAKING

2

IG555

ESP: COPYWRITING

2

IG573

ESP-BASED PROJECTS

4

IG572

EYL COURSE DESIGN

2

IG574

PRACTICE OF TEACHING EYL: LOWER PRIMARY

4

IG575

PRACTICE OF TEACHING EYL: UPPER PRIMARY

4

The lesson plans for courses offered for the senior students can be found here.

Fees

For Indonesian students, fees will be categorized in accordance with students’ parents’ income.

For international students, see https://www.upi.edu.  

Scholarship

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia is offering scholarships to the value of over IDR 10 million each year. Details of scholarships, including our Global Excellence scholarships for international fee paying students, can be found on our Scholarship in https://www.upi.edu/scholarship and for international students see https://www.upi.edu/scholarship-int/ 

Learning and Teaching

Learning and teaching activities that you will be engaged in are constructively aligned with the afore-presented PELOs, including presentations, discussions, demonstrations, task assignments, practicum, and field-works, seminars, and lectures.

 

Year

Presentation, etc.

Independent Study

1

35%

65%

2

25%

75%

3

25%

75%

4

17%

83%

Year

Exam

Practical

Essay and Coursework

1

75%

10%

15%

2

75%

10%

15%

3

55%

15%

30&

4

25%

15%

60%

 

In the meantime, along the course of study, assessment is administered to ensure the achievement of the Program and each of the courses’ ELOs. For that purpose, various assessment methods have been adopted and well implementedand constructively aligned with both the Program and courses’ ELOs. To illustrate, the assessment of ELO 2 and its corresponding CELOs have been taken from the Matrix of the Students’ Assessment Plan and presented in the following table.  

Table:  Examples of the student assessment plan including timeline and assessment methods

ELO 2.1: Perform effective lesson planning, teaching practice and evaluation in EFL education context with appropriate technology and resources.
Standard Performance CriteriaPerformance StandardTimeline to AssessAssessment TaskAssessmentMethods
1. Formulate specific course learning outcomes for some lessons.   Reviewing relevant basic and core competences– Lesson Planning In ELT- English Language Assessment and EvaluationSelect relevant formulation of basic and core competences in the standard of contents– Simulation-based assessment- Practicalexamination 
 Identifying students’characteristics relevant to the lessons– Psychology of Education- Lesson Planning In ELTWrite down students’characteristics to be taken into consideration in formulating appropriate learning outcomes– Simulation-based assessment- Practicalexamination
 Writing students learning outcomes for the lessons– Lesson Planning In ELT- Strategies In English Teaching and Learning- Teaching Practicum (Internship)Write down learning outcomes based on the basic and core competences as well as students characteristics– Simulation-based assessment- Practical examination

 

During studying in the program, student assessment is administered throughout the program and courses to monitor the achievement of student learning outcomes. Student assessment consists of formative and summative assessments for both program and course levels. To have the assessment methods constructively aligned with the ELOs, as indicated in Table 1.1, student performance criteria were determined and, for the purpose for assessment used as the criteria for assessing the achievement of the ELOs. The student performance criteria were used to define performance standards (Table 5.1), which students must perform in the corresponding courses. Then, the performance standards were used as a guide to design descriptors in rubric/criterion-based assessment of that course.

The courses listed in the table above serve as a timeline to assess the corresponding ELO. From Table 5.1, the assessment task defines situations or conditions in which students are to be assessed. The table shows the student assessment plan, including the timeline and assessment methods for ELO 2. As shown in the table, performance criteria number 1 of ELO 2 is that students are able to Formulate specific course learning outcomes for some lessons.. To achieve this performance criteria, students have to perform several performance standards, and one of them is to be able to write students learning outcomes for the lessons. This performance standard is assessed through several subjects (IG505 Lesson Planning in ELT, IG506 Strategies in English Teaching and Learning, IG590 Teaching Practicum/Internship).

At course level, various assessment methods consisting of formative and summative assessments are carried out to assess the student achievement of CLOs. Formative assessment includes student observation, presentation, assignment, and quiz after class, lab learning portfolio, etc. Summative assessment includes mid-term exam, final-term exam, written exam, oral exam, practical exam, and project, etc. Since each ELO of the program is supported by CLOs contained in each course, students who have passed the course are considered to achieve the CLOs of that course and thus achieve the corresponding ELO. After ending the course, assessment methods are evaluated by the students and the teaching team, and finally verified by the course effectiveness verification subcommittee. Feedback and comments are used to modify and improve the assessment methods.

The university also allows for recognition of knowledge and skills the students have gained from outside the university (academic guideline 2018, pp. 30-31) . As the guideline specifies, the university allows for three types of joint study across departments and universities. First, the university allows for credit transfer both internally (among study programs within the university) or externally (between universities). Second, the university allows for double degree in which UPI establishes an agreement with a partner university in terms of curriculum and its implementation. Consequently, students will gain two degrees upon completion. Finally, the university allows for joint degree in which UPI establishes an agreement with a partner university in terms of curriculum and its implementation; students are to complete one or more semester courses at outbound study programs and will finally gain one academic degree from home university.

The way you will learn

Different from what you did in your secondary schools, in the program you will be expected to develop self-regulated learning, small group collaboration, task- and problem-based assignments and projects. You will also be requires to present your learning and ideas before your class, or before bigger audiences. In the final year, you will be assigned to do some research projects, teaching practicum, and community services. Last, but not least, you will also be provided with individual face-to-face or online consultations.

 

Facilities

There are several facilities available for students. Some facilities are available on the programme’s sites, other facilities could be accessed on-campus. The followings are available facilities on-campus.

Four language laboratories are available for the teaching and learning, research and community service purposes. In these labs, you can develop your oral English skills, both in your class and your independent studies. Through your work in these labs, you will develop your oral skills so that you will have both listening and speaking skills as required by PELO 1, at the level of C1 in CEFR.

The micro-teaching lab is designed to help you develop micro-teaching skills such as questioning, demonstrating, explaining concepts, managing small group works, etc. I this lab you may want to develop those skills and do research on the effectiveness of those skills and other relevant topics, both for the completion of your coursework or you research-based works.

This center offers learning sources such as books, articles, and online library access. You may also want to do reading, writing and literary search here. Equipped with comfortable furniture and desktop computers, the staff are available to help you anytime you need them.

The lounge is provided for smany academic activities, including academic consultations, small group discussion, individual reading and writing, etc.

You are required to register before you use the lounge. 

These rooms are designed to be the venues of oral defense. The administrative staff will schedule the defense in the order of your oral defense paper and requirements submission and registration. 

This Lab is a multifunction room used to do oral language practicum, art, or performance rehearsals. You need to register to use this room. 

The followings are some other facilities that could be accessed on-campus

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