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    • Bahasa Inggris Code: IG091308
      • Teaching Team:
      • Kartika Nuswantara
      • Zavitri Citra W
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]
      • 08155232944
    • Absences:
      • The number of excuse absences is three times.
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    • Attendance/Enrollment
      • Make sure that you’ve registered the course and your name has been on the attendance list, unless check to the academic.
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    • Tardiness
      • Tolerance of being late is 1 5 minutes.
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    • Participation
      • This means a combination of vocal contribution, on time arrival, attendance, on-time submission of assignments, and attention during class session. Participation also requires that you have your class materials with you in class .
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    • Personal Conduct
        • Keep the class clean.
      • Keep the phones off or turn the phones into the silent mode.
      • All members of the class should respect each other.
        • Have a positive attitude and participate in all class activities.
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    • Cont’d
        • Please do not get up to leave the class at any time other than the end of class unless you have a genuine emergency.
        • Pay attention, listen, and not be disruptive.
        • English is spoken as a way of interaction.
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    • Assignment
      • Late assignments will not be accepted.
      • No plagiarism.
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    • Assessment and Grading
      • Evaluation 1 (workbook submission , class participation and activities , writing task, and quiz) will be graded 25 % out of the total score accumulated.
      • Evaluation 2 (group presentation on selected materials) will be graded 25 %.
      • Evaluation 3 (web blog interactive and final exam) will be graded 30 % out of the total score accumulated.
      • Lab Work will be graded 2 0 %.
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    • Materials to be covered include
      • Chapter 1:
        • Reading : Scanning and Skimming
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the reading Context Clues
        • Structure: English Tenses Review
        • Subject-Verb Agreement
        • Writing with simple sentences
      • Chapter 2:
        • Topic and Main Ideas and Supporting Details
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the Reading Context Clues 2
        • Structure: Passive and Adjective Clause
        • Writing with compound sentences
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    • Cont’d
      • Chapter 3:
        • Reading: Pattern of Organization 1
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the reading and Word Ending
        • Structure: Noun Clause and Adverbial Clause
        • Writing: Writing with complex sentences
      • Chapter 4:
        • Reading: Pattern of Organization 2
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the reading Common Prefixes 1
        • Structure: Present and Past Participle; Reduced Subordinate Clauses
        • Writing: Writing with compound-complex sentences
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    • Cont’d
      • Chapter 5:
        • Fact and Opinion
        • Vocabulary: Common Prefixes 2
        • Structure: Degrees of Comparison; Countable-Uncountable Noun
        • Writing: Writing with transition expresions:sequence
      • Chapter 6:
        • Making Inferences
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the reading; some common roots 1
        • Structure: Expression of Quantity; Conditional Sentences
        • Writing: Writing with transition expressions: comparison/contrast
      • Chapter 7:
        • Reading: Summarizing
        • Vocabulary: Vocabulary related to the reading; some common roots
        • Structure: Gerund and Infinitive
        • Writing: Writing with transition expressions: cause/effect.
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    • References
      • Hermanto, dkk. 2011. Enhancing English for Science and Engineering. ITS Press.
      • Glendinning and Holmstrom. 2004. Study Reading. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
      • O’Malley and Pierce. 1996. Authentic Assessment for English language learners. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
      • Oshima and Hoque.1999. Writing Academic English. New York: . Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
      • Phillips, D . 2003. Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test . New York: Pearson Education
      • Mikulecky, B.S. and Jeffries. More Reading Power . Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
      • Nuswantara. 2009. Selected and Authentic Materials for Environmental Engineering . Unpublished.
      • Sadler&Hayllar. 2004. Text in Action: An English Workbook . South Yarra: Macmillan Education Australia PTY LTD
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    • Group Presentation Materials
      • Class 7
      • Group 1: English Tenses (Brantas, Rizky Tya, M.N Fakhruzzaman)
      • Group 2: Subject-Verb Agreement (Aldi K, Novan)
      • Group 3: Passive Voice (Zulhilmi, M. Rizka, Narendra)
      • Group 4: Adjective Clause (Revy, Hanggara, Avia)
      • Group 5: Noun Clause (Riska M, Virlia, Audrey)
      • Group 6: Adverbial Clause (Eristya, Rahmi, Zahra)
      • Group 7: Present and Past Participle (Setiawan, Finanti, Ayu)
      • Group 8: Reduced Sub Clauses (Raissa, Sebastianus, Mayangsekar)
      • Group 9: Degree Comparison (Enrico, Epri, M. Rizal)
      • Group 10: Uncountable and Countable (Ian, Dahry, Bagus)
      • Group 11: Exp. Quantity (Alvin, Belly, Wijaya)
      • Group 12: If clause (Rinaldi, Nasrul, Nur Kholish)
      • Group 13: Gerund (Atik, Faifta, Trio)
      • Group 14: Infinitive (Yoshita, Erina, Dina)
    • Group Presentation Materials
      • Class 14
      • Group 1: English Tenses
      • Group 2: Subject-Verb Agreement
      • Group 3: Passive Voice
      • Group 4: Adjective Clause
      • Group 5: Noun Clause
      • Group 6: Adverbial Clause
      • Group 7: Present and Past Participle
      • Group 8: Reduced Sub Clauses
      • Group 9: Degree Comparison
      • Group 10: Uncountable and Countable
      • Group 11: Exp. Quantity
      • Group 12: If Clause
      • Group 13: Gerund
      • Group 14: Infinitive