Developing students’ knowledge and ability to use basic structures of English at both receptive and productive levels. Lecturing will be the technique in delivering the materials and students are assigned to do structured work. Students’ learning will be assessed through classroom performance, assignments, quizzes, mid-semester test and final test.
This course is aimed at providing students with
knowledge and practices on listening to English spoken texts, so that they will
be able to retrieve information accurately. Teaching materials have been
selected to accommodate students’ interest and level, so that they may enjoy
the texts they are listening to. The materials are in the forms of songs, short
clips, movie trailers, dialog, and announcements. Lessons are delivered through
lecture and conducted through class discussion. Classroom activities may
include individual or group work. Students’ learning outcomes will be evaluated
by their scores in mid-term test, final test, assignments, quizzes, and in-class
Mata kuliah ini membahas tentang ilmu sosial budaya
dasar, manusia sebagai makhluk budaya, manusia sebagai individudan makhluk
social, manusia dan peradaban, manusia keragaman dan kesetaraan, manusia nilai,
moral dan hukum,manusia sains, teknologi dan seni, manusia dan lingkungan.
Developing students’ knowledge and ability to use basic structures of English at both receptive and productive levels. Lecturing will be the technique in delivering the materials and students are assigned to do structured work. Students’ learning will be assessed through classroom performance, assignments, quizzes, mid-semester test and final test..
Grammar in Spoken Discourse is part of the continuous and prerequisite grammar course series. Grammar in Spoken Discourse concentrates on examining grammar in spoken discourse, its anomaly, rules, functions and common usage. In particular, this course aims to prepare and to equip English Department students with grammatical skills in the spoken setting. In a way, this course supports the development of speaking courses.
While developing the basic competencies of reading initiated at secondary schools (such as getting general and specific information from the text, getting the main ideas and detailed information from the text, deducing the meaning of words based on the context, and explaining relations between parts of the text through grammatical cohesive devices), with a mastery of vocabulary within 4500 words and relevant grammatical structures, the course also aims at the development of the skills of scanning, skimming, previewing and predicting and summarizing. In order to aid the language development, both simplified and authentic texts of general topics may be used. Text types may include Narration, Description, and Explanation. While individual performances are noted, pair and group work should be encouraged. Assessment of success is based on mid-term as well as final examinations.