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Course Information 120

nur hidayatulshima omar

Published on November 28, 2014

BHEA_JKA/CR01-08 Nama Fakulti: Akademi Pengajian Bahasa Tahun Mula: 2013 Nama Program: Tahun Semakan: 2012 © Hak Cipta Universiti Teknologi MARA 1.0 Course Outcomes Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1.1 employ a variety of listening skills to comprehend and respond to authentic discourse (C3) 1.2 use both intensive and extensive listening strategies to respond to listening tasks and situations (C3,A1) 1.3 demonstrate the ability to speak effectively in social and academic situations (C3, A3, P5) 1.4 1.5 recognize and employ the necessary skills to read and respond to general and academic texts (C4) produce grammatically correct structures when responding to listening and reading texts and in speaking situations (C3) 2.0 Course Description This course is designed to build the listening, speaking and reading skills to help students perform effectively and competently in the social and academic contexts. This is done through the integration of language skills with an emphasis on listening. It aims to raise students’ proficiency to the intermediate level. This course focuses on enha ncing the students’ ab ilities to use the language by exploiting a variety of materials in varied situations. Appropriate consideration is given to the development of higher-level grammatical construction, vocabulary expansion and extensive reading activiti es which are intended to increase students’ lexical density. 3.0 Syllabus Content The following grammar items are taught incidentally in listening, speaking and grammar: parts of speech, subject-verb agreement, noun-pronoun agreement, verb tenses, Yes/No and WH Questions, and transitional words & phrases. 3.1 Listening 3.1.1. Identifying and employing ways to prepare to listen to oral information (C3) 3.1.2. Using a variety of listening strategies to recognise key words(C3, A1) 3.1.3. Identifying key transitions in a discourse (C3) 3.1.4. Recognising grammatical relationships between key elements in sentences(C2)