Course Identity Seminar on English Language Teaching Code : D.09.232 Credits : 3 SKS Semester : 6th Time Allotment : 3 x 50 minutes Schedule : 1. Monday, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. (B) 2. Monday, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (A) 3. Thursday, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. (C)
Course Description Provide the students with opportunities to acquire knowledge and experiences in understanding and running, participating in, and presenting papers in seminars, particularly on English language teaching.
Standard CompetenceThe students haveadequate practical competence on seminar presentation
Course ObjectiveBy the end of the course, thestudents are expected to be able torunning seminars, developingrelevant topics, and preparing aswell as presenting papers.
Course OutlineSixteen Meetings CourseTwo Exams (Mid-Term and Final)
Course OutlineSessions Basic Competence Topics Developing the students competence to present a speech in Impromptu 1,2,3,4 public and academic presentation (5 minutes presentation) without any preparation. Developing the students competence to present an article in Article Presentation 5,6,7,8 academic presentation of English (7 minutes presentation) language teaching. Middle Exam
Course OutlineSessions Basic Competence Topics Broadening student’s views on trends of researches on English 9,10 language teaching and Research Paper Overview Understanding the anatomy of research paper. Proposal Presentation 11,12,13 Developing the students’ (10 minutes presentation) competence to communicate, argue, reason, analyze, and defend their14,15,16 arguments, concepts, opinion, and Paper Presentation belief in formal and democratic (10 minutes presentation) communication. Final Exam
Grading of this subject will consider the following items:Grading • Attendance : 30% Policy • Assignments & Class Activity : 20% • Mid Term Exam : 25% • Final Term Exam : 25% *) Students are required to attend the course at least 75% of 16 meetings, and for those who cannot fulfill this requirement are not allowed to take the final exam. Unless, the student have fervent reasons, he/she is allowed to take final exam if they attend 60% of 16 meetings.
Grading Score 86.00 – 100 :A 71.00 – 85.99 :B 56.00 – 70.99 :C 41.00 – 55.99 : D (remedial at the given time) 00.00 – 40 .99 : E (study over)
Reference Becker, Lucinda & Emden, Joan Van. 2004. Presentation Skills for Students. Macmillan: Palgrave.Bradbury, Andrew. 2007. Successful Presentation Skill. London: Kogan Page.Jolles, Robert L. 2005. How to Run Seminars, Workshops PresentationSkills for Consultants, Trainers and Teachers. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Mandel, Steve. 2000. Effective Presentation Skills: A Practical Guide for Better Speaking. Boston: Course Technology.
ReferencePike, Piona. 2006. Give Great Presentations How to Speak Confidently and Make Your Point. London: A & C Black Publishers Ltd. Pincus, A. 2008. Presenting: Impact, Confidence, Structure, Rehearsing, Visuals. New York: DK Publishing.Siddons, Suzy. 2008. The Complete Presentation Skills Handbook How to Understand and Reach Your Audience for Maximum Impact and Success. London: Kogan Page.Templeton, Melody. 2010. Public Speaking and Presentation. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company.
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