Curriculum 2018

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English Semantics

CODE: 19F04130704 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 Semantics is the study of meaning. In general, Semantics studies about the forms of meaning and lexicons, including changes in the meaning of words. The methods of learning used in the learning process are Collaborative learning and Small Group Discussion. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS)…
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Academic Indonesian Language

CODE: 206F21102 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 The Indonesian Language for Scientific Papers Writing is a continuation of the MKU Indonesian Language course. This course focuses more on the use of the Indonesian language and its writing conventions in writing scientific papers. The learning method combines individual and group exercises. Semester-Based…
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Field Work

CODE: 19F04132604 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 4 Field Work is a concept of bridging the knowledge that students have gained in the class with the practical experience to the community. Students will do a community service for around 2 months (differs for each program). Universitas Hasanuddin itself offers many field work’s…
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Integrated English

CODE: 19F04110102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 The course of Integrated English II contains about (Getting a Head) phrases, review about tenses, and talking about someones job. (Modern Survival) Adjectives for describing lifestyles,Verb phrases to describe health, and discussing health and lifestyles. (Coincidences) time adverbials, narrative tenses, and telling stories ini…
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English Phonetics and Phonology

CODE: 19F04120604 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 The purpose of this course is to explain how English is pronounced in the accent normally chosen as the standard for people learning the English pronunciation. Phonetics is about the physical aspect of sounds, it studies the production and the perception of sounds, called…
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$89.00

Pragmatics

CODE: 19F04121704 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 Practically, Pragmatics can be defined as the study of the meaning of utterance in certain situations. Pragmatics has the most influence from Austin and Searle on meaning in terms of illocutionary power; and Grice, who views meaning in terms of the implicature of the…
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$19.00

Psycholinguistics

CODE: 19F04132802 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the field of psycholinguistic and provide them with an insight into the basic concepts of the area of study, namely, the language acquisition, speech perception, word recognition, lexical organisation, sentence processing and reading,…
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$33.00

Anthropolinguistics

CODE: 19F04132704 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 4 The course of Anthropolinguistics is designed to built students ability to understand , discuss, and analyze interdisciplinary studies in the area of language and culture. Linguistic anthropology is subfield of linguistics which is concerned with the place of language in the wider social and…
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Indonesian Language

CODE: 18Y01110902 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course is expected to help students to be loyal for Indonesian homeland, nation, and culture. As for the academic field, we hope students be able to master, understand, and apply science, technology, and art through Indonesian variety of scientific languages. Students are expected…
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Korean Language

CODE: 19F04134302 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course allow students to gain knowledge and skills on how to write and read Korean letters. This course will provide a learning experience  into Korean language skills, through listening, reading, discussing, in various forms of text. Students will be involved with learning activities…
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English-Indonesian Translation

CODE: 19F04120304 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 English-Indonesian Translation is a core subject at English a Language Department, It is a compulsory subject for all students at the department which has 4 credits. The subject includes: theory of translation, meaning, various kinds of text, ward and sentence equivalents, translation practice, translation…
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Teaching Methodology

CODE: 19F04133502 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course is designed to build and explore specific teaching approaches or strategies that teachers will be able to define, describe and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using the general Strategies discussed in this module. It Is important that beginning teachers develop a…
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Listening and Speaking

CODE: 19F04110302 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 4 This course will provide an introduction to listening and speaking for novice level English language learners. Instruction focuses on basic listening and speaking strategies for a variety of situations, including listening to differentiate between styles of introduction, getting contact information, understanding preferences in choosing…
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Academic Listening and Speaking

CODE: 19F04110604 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 4 This course offers students to learn and develop listening and speaking skills to succeed at their academic context. Informed by language skills and critical thinking, students are expected to give presentation, instant practice and complete immersion in those language skills. It enhances students the…
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Popular Literature

CODE: 19F04131302 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course explains the background of the emergence of popular literature as a part of literary products related to ideology and popular culture in the order of changes in the construction of global society. Popular literature has a distinctive structure and theme compared to…
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Teaching English through Literature

CODE: 19F04132402 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course explores various ways to create learning materials to teach English language. The literary works covering English poetry, drama, and prose will be studied to be used to create learning materials, learning activities, and assignments. Students will be engaged with types of learning…
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$65.00

Sociolinguistics

CODE: 19F04130604 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to build and improve students’ capacity to construct sociolinguistic problems. To achieve this,  the students will be provided  with theories about language -communication, language in social context, language and culture. Besides, the students will be given theories about bilingualism and diglosia,…
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History of English Culture

CODE: 19F04120102 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 This course will lead the participants to have the ability to express their understanding both verbally and in writing about the history of British culture in 3 native countries of English, United Kingdom, America and Australia. In addition, the participants are expected to be…
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Argumentative Essay Writing

CODE: 19F04120204 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 The course is designed to help the students produce (1) complete paragraph and complete essays, (2) four types of argumentative essays, and (3) writing portfolio. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of Argumentative Essay Writing
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Semiology

CODE: 19F04130502 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course introduces students to the study of signs and sign systems, contemporary origins in the work of de Saussure, the signs and sign systems underlying many aspects of human culture. The course focuses on the work of semiologists in the areas of myth,…
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Mandarin Language

CODE: 19F04134202 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 The course discusses the basic pronunciation and reading tone in Mandarin, which is the elective course with a weight of 2 SKS, which is presented during 16 meetings. The forms of learning methods are interactive lecture learning, practice tutorials individual and group exercises. Semester-Based…
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Japanese Language

CODE: 19F04134102 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to provide basic Japanese knowledge and skills for daily communication needs. Learning method used are interactive lectures, individual assignments, and group assignments with role-play learning models, group discussions, and group presentation. Learning material sourced from textbooks and online information. Semester-Based Course…
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French Language

CODE: 19F04133902 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to provide knowledge and basic skills in using French for daily communication. Learning method include interactive lecture, individual task, and small group discussion using learning model such as role-play, group discussion, dan group presentation. Learning materials cover textbook and online sources.…
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History of English Language

CODE: 19F04130102 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 The subject of History of English Language Development contains analysis about the phases of English language development from the Old Period until now, began from the Indo-European Family of Languages, continued to Old English, Foreign Influences on Old English, Middle English, the Renaissance, the…
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Arabic Language

CODE: 19F04134002 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course is one of the courses offered at the West Asian Literature Department at the Hasanuddin University Faculty of Cultural Sciences to other study programs. Based on the competency-based curriculum (KBK 2011) this course is classified as an elective course that can be…
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Literary Criticism

CODE: 19F04134502 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 The course strats with a very brief history of the subject, the function of literary criticism, the principle aspects of the course, approaches to literary criticism, and their schools. To top it off, there will be practical work of literary criticism performed by the…
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Culture in Literature

CODE: 19F04122302 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 2 In this course, we’ll be looking at contemporary Britain through literature, film, and secondary readings. The class is arranged into four units, each of which is made up of one novel, one film, and assorted secondary articles and readings. We will discuss such issues…
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English Prose

CODE: 19F04122204 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to facilitate students to master the theoretical concepts of analyzing literary works on structural elements and various aspects of people’s lives and train them to analyze English prose literary works. This course also provides an understanding to students that literary works…
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English Poetry

CODE: 19F04131904 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to facilitate students to master the theoretical concepts of analyzing literary works on structural elements and various aspects of people’s lives and train them to analyze English poetry literary works. This course also provides an understanding to students that literary works…
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Pancasila

CODE: 18Y01111202 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 This course will gives participants to have the ability in explaining the history, concepts, and nature of Pancasila as the state ideology. The participants are expected to implement values of Pancasila in science and technology development activities in society. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of…
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Maritime Socio-Cultural Perspectives

CODE: 18Y01110702 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 This course aims the participants to understand, master, and apply all the main topics and subtopics (concepts, function, values, meaning of the maritime culture) of this course. The course contains some main topics, such as geography of Archipelago state (especially Indonesia), potentialities of marine…
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Religion (Islam)

CODE: 18Y01110102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to be a source of value in delivering students to develop their personality as religious people who not only have strong intellectual qualities, but are also emotionally and spiritually intelligent and able to play an active role in finding and developing…
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General English

CODE: 18Y01111002 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course gives participants the opportunity to practice finding information from English texts by applying various reading strategies, such as scanning, previewing and predicting, skimming, finding topic and main idea, and understanding pattern of organisation. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of General English
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Civics

CODE: 18Y01111102 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to strengthen the personality of students so that they are consistently able to realise the basic values of religion and culture, a sense of nationality and a lifelong love to the country in mastering, applying, and developing the science, technology, and…
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Religion (Protestant)

CODE: 18Y01110302 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to help students strengthen their personalities so that they are consistently able to realise the basic values of religion and culture, a sense of nationality, and a lifelong love of the country in mastering, applying, and developing science, technology, and art…
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Systemic Functional Grammar

CODE: 19F04130402 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This subject is intended to develop students’ knowledge and skill in discussing language grammatical rules used in discourses as a system rather than as isolated sentences that can help them to explore how the grammar of a language serves as a resource for making…
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Methodology of English Language Teaching

CODE: 19F04121104 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 This course is designed to assist students to be able to make students ready in copying with their future career, their knowledge qualification, and good characters well as attitude. Through course, students are expected to be able to identify, comprehend, discuss and apply the…
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Teaching English for Young Learners

CODE: 19F04130902 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course is designed to prepare  students for a variety of different theoretical concepts, the basic views and general issues in teaching English to young learners  Topics to be discussed will include approaches to teaching to young learners, characteristics of young learners, how young…
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$93.00

English Syntax

CODE: 19F04121504 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 The aim of this course is to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct English  Sentences. To achieve this, the students will be provided with fundamental English syntactical rules involving types of English basic sentence patterns, expending basic sentences,nouns and pronouns, adjective and adjective…
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Research Methodology in Language Teaching

CODE: 19F04122504 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 In this course, students understand and discuss the basic concepts of educational research. They will have conceptual knowledge on characteristics and different types of educational research. This subject provides guidance to identify research problems and topics and gives deeper understanding about precedural knowledge on…
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Proposal Writing (Pre-thesis Seminar)

CODE: 19F04132504 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 4 This course prepares students to be able to write a good undergraduate thesis proposal. In order to support the writing, students, in advance, are equipped with basic steps of writing  critical review. A critical review is the summarisation and evaluation of the ideas and…
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English Morphology

CODE: 19F04120702 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 The aim of this course is to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct English grammatical/structural  of words. To achieve this, the students will be provided with fundamental English morphological rules involving types of morpheme patterns, expending free and stem Inflectional and Derivational Affixes,…
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Material Evaluation

CODE: 19F04131702 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course bridges learners to a comprehensive understanding of the principles of course evaluation materials that suit the learning objective stated in the curriculum. It encompasses predictions about the potential value of materials for their users and enables the learners to make justification about…
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Introduction to Literature

CODE: 102F1102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course provides an introductory knowledge of literary science equipped with some approaches, theories, and methods. The objective of the course is to enable students to recognize some approaches, theories, and methods in literary research. The course also enables students to appreciate and develop…
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Interpreting

CODE: 19F04133202 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course provides students with practical interpreting practice designed and structured to take place at home and in the classroom. It is a practical course particularly in bilingual interpreting which involves note taking, consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. This aims at providing students with an…
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English Structure

CODE: 19F04110804 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 4 The aim of this course is to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct English grammatical/structural  sentences. To achieve this, the students will be provided with fundamental English structural rules involving types of English basic sentence patterns, expending basic sentences, pronouns, verb tenses, active…
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English for Professional Communication

CODE: 19F04121202 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 This course provides learners with knowledge and skills in relation to professional use of English as a foreign language. It will equip learners with comprehensive knowledge on how to communicate professionally as well as how to write academic English with reference to professional related…
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Advanced Structure

CODE: 19F04120402 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct English grammatical/structural  sentences. To achieve this, the students will be provided with advanced English grammatical/structural rules involving types of English sentences, types of clauses, types of compound, complex sentences including indirect speech, reduced…
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Language and Media

CODE: 19F04130802 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 The course will discuss theory of language and media, i.e. printed media, broadcast, electronic media, advertising and its impact on society, and at the same time, it examines the rapid growth and development of the internet. The course will also explores how the media…
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English Correspondence

CODE: 19F04120504 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct English grammatical/structural  sentences. To achieve this, the students will be provided with advanced English grammatical/structural rules involving types of English sentences, types of clauses, types of compound, complex sentences, reduced clauses in the…
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Discourse Analysis

CODE: 19F04130202 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to help students develop an understanding of approaches to critical discourse analysis and apply to the analysis of texts, involving the analysis of language above the level of sentence as well as the investigation of language in context. The course will…
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Introduction to Applied Linguistics

CODE: 19F04110202 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct Linguistics Properties in English and other languages. To achieve this, the students will be provided with theories, definitions, basic concepts, and background involving Linguistics properties in Morphological Change, Syntactical Change, Lexical Change, and…
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Indonesian-English Translation

CODE: 19F04121404 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course gives a clear picture on how to look at the translation by comprehending the mood of translation, the linguistic context as well as cultural context. In addition, it also covers the history and theory of translation, translation technique, editing and revising translated…
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Comparative Literature

CODE: 19F04121002 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 This course focuses on building the capacity of students to explain the scope of comparative literature and to apply basic methods of Comparative literature and have the ability to read and analyze critical literary texts in various genres and media. This course is conducted…
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Teaching Practice

CODE: 19F04134802 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course focuses on the theory and practice of language teaching. Students investigate key areas of linguistic and applied linguistic theory pertinent to language learning and teaching, and how these theoretical approaches can be applied in classroom practice. Students will explore techniques and methods…
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Theory of Literature

CODE: 19F04120904 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 4 Literary theory is an introductory course to study various literary theories which will constitute a strong foundation to do a literary research. This course will introduce literary theory beginning from Russia Formalism, New Criticism, Structuralism, Sociology of Literature, Genetic Structuralism,  Marxism, Feminism, Psychoanalysis, Post-Colonialism,…
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Sociology of Literature

CODE: 19F04122004 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to facilitate students to master the theoretical concepts of sociology of literature and train them in the skills to analyze literary works sociologically. This course also provides an understanding to students that literary works have a broad meaning beyond their intrinsic…
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Theatre

CODE: 19F04133702 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to give students an understanding of the basics  theory of theatre which includes of definition and terminology in theatre, theatre elements, appreciation of Indonesian and English theatre, and giving students experience in preparing and presenting theatre performance. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS)…
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Stylistics

CODE: 19F04131202 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course introduces students of English language to be aware of the main ideas of language research on literature. It may lead to understanding and appreciation of artistic achievements of the writer. The course will engage the students either directly or indirectly to elaborate…
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Public Speaking

CODE: 19F04133402 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course prepares students for a variety of academic and other situations in which formal presentations are required. Topics will include cultural conventions and speech, perceptions of others, verbal and nonverbal messages, and techniques of oral presentation and persuasion. Students will learn how to…
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Current Issues in Literature

CODE: 19F04134602 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course provides the current issues in literature as well as in the teaching of literature. The discussion of the issues includes the English literature of 20th and 21st century, children literature, and also to be more specific in American, Canadian, Australian, and Japanese…
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Survey of English Literature

CODE: 19F04132004 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 This course surveys the fascinating and diverse of literary tradition of English, America, and Australia. The objective of the course is to enable students to appreciate literature by developing their critical thinking and aesthetic sense and by acquainting them with literary heritage from the…
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Research Methodology in Literature

CODE: 19F04122104 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to familiarize the students with the methods and resources used for research in English Literature.  It is of a highly practical nature and aims to put the students into contact with the tools necessary to carry out literary research. The students…
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Language Testing

CODE: 19F04122604 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course will take students to the principles of language testing and assessment. This course will discuss varieties of examinations, the role of examinations, construction techniques and exam administration. Students will be given ways to use statistical analysis to interpret exam results. This course…
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Internship

CODE: 19F04134102 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 The course provides an opportunity for students (apprentices) to apply attitude, knowledge and skills acquired in their study through a direct working experience in a specific workplace. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of Internship
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Academic Writing for Publication

CODE: 19F04130302 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course Academic Write for Publication) which is the next course after Academic Essay Writing, prepares students to summarize other sources (summary) and to evaluate the readings (critique). Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of Academic Writing for Publication
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Academic Essay Writing

CODE: 19F04121304 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course provides opportunities to course participants to have exercises on writing English academic essays that are free from plagiarism. This is conducted by learning elements of academic essays, evaluating texts, and having writing exercises, either individually or in groups. At the end of…
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$51.00

Research Methodology in Linguistics

CODE: 19F04121604 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to equip and prepare students with the knowledge, understanding, and application of various research methods in writing their final project. The course discusses various types of research, steps of writing scientific research ranging from determining the topic, identifying problems, reviewing the…
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$43.00

English Language and Culture

CODE: 19F04121802 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 2 This course provides deep insight to students about the relationship between language and culture, and its examples in real life. This is conducted through discussions by referring to some theories; careful analysis of some examples, either individually or in groups; and review of Cultural…
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Current Issues in Linguistics

CODE: 19F04132902 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course builds on the knowledge and skills covered in many of the linguistics units. It also extends the coverage to new areas. The aim of such a focused in-depth treatment of a particular topic is to enable students to gain a relatively comprehensive…
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Current Issues in English Language Teaching

CODE: 19F04134902 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 The goal of this course is to discuss current issues in ELT in the light of the latest trends in foreign language teaching and learning. Reviewing the contemporary issues in ELT can add value to language teachers and learners. Exploring this area shows where…
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Classroom Action Research

CODE: 19F04131802 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course introduce students to action research, a form of self-reflective systematic inquiry by practitioners on their own practice. The goals of action research are the improvement of practice, a better understanding of that practice, and an improvement in the situation in which the…
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Technology in Language Learning

CODE: 19F04132304 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 The course focuses on the various types of technology available today and will examine the principles and techniques for applying the use of audio, video and computer technology to enhance teaching and learning in the language classroom. It will also look into ways that…
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Educational Psychology

CODE: 19F04134704 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 4 Educational Psychology is a course designed to introduce psychological principles, theories, and methodologies to issues of teaching and learning in schools. It is a compulsory course and required for students, especially who are majoring in education. Semester-Based Course Plan (RPS) of Educational Psychology
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Curriculum and Material Design

CODE: 19F04132204 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 4 The course is designed to help the students understand various basic concepts in curriculum/syllabus design and in teaching/learning material design, apply the basic concepts in evaluating particular syllabus/lesson plan and particular teaching/learning materials, finally develop a small-scale syllabus/lesson plan and one unit of particular…
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Historical Comparative Linguistics

CODE: 19F04131102 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course introduces students to the study of how languages change across time, the principles are involved in phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic changes as well as the methodologies used in analysing historical changes, a cross-section of language families, describe and classify language change; identify…
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Culture in Language Teaching English

CODE: 19F04122702 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 2 This course explores the cultural, social, political, and economic realities of our complex pluralistic society in relation to our education system. The history of multicultural education will be examined along with current understandings of culturally responsive pedagogies. Through course readings and online discussions, students…
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Gender in Literature

CODE: 19F04131502 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 Both classical and contemporary literary works cannot be separated from issues of gender and sexuality. Gender is a social construction problem between men and women. The study of gender and sexuality in literature directs criticisms of social relations based on stereotypes, social activities, emotions,…
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Entrepreneurship

CODE: 19F04121902 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 2 This course teaches how to become entrepreneurs who have business ideas to implement in the business field. By understanding the situations and conditions that occur around can lead to a successful business in which can create jobs for others. The course is also an…
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English for Specific Purpose

CODE: 19F04133002 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course is one of the units in ELT series leading to the effort to develop the students’ language awareness through the teaching and learning activities covering the cognitive, affective, and psychometric domains. As an integral part, this course has the aim to provide…
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Editing

CODE: 19F04133302 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course provides fundamental components in editing. It gives not only theory and techniques for the process of editing until publication but also different kinds of editing manuscript. At last, it covers also things related to copyright and publication evaluation. Semester-Based Course Plan of…
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Comparative Mythology

CODE: 19F04131402 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to introduce students to myth classical antiquity as the source artistic inspiration and literary of ancient Greece and Rome which sets the foundation of the entire Western civilisation. The course will investigate myth representing diverse global cultures and introduce theories and…
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Children’s Literature

CODE: 19F04131002 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course will allow students to read classic children’s books to the contemporary children’s books from various genres. The genres include picture books, folk and fairytales, boys’ and girls’ literature, fantasy, and young adult fiction. This course aims to develop student’s understanding on multicultural…
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Classroom Management

CODE: 19F04122404 SEMESTER: 4 CREDIT: 4 This course provides a wide variety of skills and techniques that are used to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, well-behaved and academically productive during a class. It will also engage students in the process of ensuring that classroom lesson runs smoothly…
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Digital Literacy

CODE: 19F04131602 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course is an introduction to digital literacy which aims to give students an insight and better comprehension of computers and the digital world in the society. This course also introduces the ethics and rules in digital world, particularly in using different types of…
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Cross-Cultural Communication

CODE: 19F04120802 SEMESTER: 3 CREDIT: 2 This course will enhance your knowledge about how people from different cultures communicate differently because of the influence of their cultures, and develop your attitude and skills in communicating with people from different cultures. This will be done through a thorough discussion on the…
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Creative Writing

CODE: 19F04132102 SEMESTER: 5 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to provide experience to students to write creative literary works such as prose, drama and poetry. The subject matter includes basic concepts of creative, writing poetry and drama to become anthologies, short story writing through a copy of master model, and …
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Critical Thinking

CODE: 19F04110402 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course will provide students with knowledge about critical thinking and skills in implementing critical thinking skills to become a good critical and creative thinker in their life as a part of the world citizen. Students will build and develop ability to interpret, analyze…
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Religion (Budha)

CODE: 18Y01110502 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to be a source of value in delivering students to develop their personality as religious people who not only have strong intellectual qualities, but are also emotionally and spiritually intelligent and able to play an active role in finding and developing…
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Religion (Khonghucu)

CODE: 18Y01110602 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to be a source of value in delivering students to develop their personality as religious people who not only have strong intellectual qualities, but are also emotionally and spiritually intelligent and able to play an active role in finding and developing…
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Religion (Hindu)

CODE: 18Y01110402 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 The course aims to be a source of value in delivering students to develop their personality as religious people who not only have strong intellectual qualities, but are also emotionally and spiritually intelligent and able to play an active role in finding and developing…
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Religion (Catholic)

CODE: 18Y01110202 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to help students strengthen their personalities so that they are consistently able to realise the basic values of religion and culture, a sense of nationality, and a lifelong love of the country in mastering, applying, and developing science, technology, and art…
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Introduction to Linguistics

CODE: 101F1102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 This course aims to build and improve learners’ capacity to construct Linguistics Properties in English and other languages. To achieve this, the students will be provided with theories, definitions, basic concepts, and background involving Linguistics properties in Phonetics and Phonological aspects, Morphological aspects, Syntactical…
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Introduction to Philosophy

CODE: 155F2102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 dhjavjdk
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Indonesian Society and Culture

CODE: 101F6102 SEMESTER: 1 CREDIT: 2 wewgs
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Science, Technology, and Arts Perspectives

CODE: 18Y01110802 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 This course discusses a number of things in general related to history, concepts, dynamics, impacts, aspects of integrity and ethics in studying three main substances, namely: Science, Technology, and Art. This three-dimensional assessment is expected by students to be able to use it comprehensively…
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Critical Reading

CODE: 19F04110502 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 2 This course is designed for helping students to sharpen their critical reading skill, to improve their academic literacy, and expand their general knowledge. Students will read a variety of texts in order to improve their analytical, interpretive, and evaluative skill. Students will synthesise text…
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Academic Reading

CODE: 19F04110704 SEMESTER: 2 CREDIT: 4 This course is for  students to undertake intensive reading of  authentic texts in various academic disciplines in order to improve their reading rate and comprehension. By this course,  students are hoped to develop their confidence in their academic reading abilities through an emphasis on…
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English Drama

CODE: 19F04134404 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 4 This course aims to build student capacity to read, understand and analyze elements of drama, and the opportunity to explore the contents found in plays with emphasis laid on English and American works. To arrive at this objective, therefore, focuses on analysis on the…
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Extracurricular Activity

CODE: 19F04133602 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 Extracurricular activity is worth 1 credit from the ELSP courses credit. This is not a class, but the credit is obtained from compilation of outside class activities, such as art, sport, or scientific activities which proven by the collection of certificates.
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Tourist Guiding

CODE: 19F04133102 SEMESTER: 6 CREDIT: 2 This course is designed to enable future guides to communicate the basic knowledge accurately and clearly to tourists. Students will study the duties of tour guides, including the ethical, social, legal, and economical aspects of guiding.  They also study the knowledge and skills needed…
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Undergraduate Thesis

CODE: 19F04140106 SEMESTER: 7 & 8 CREDIT: 6 This course prepares students to be able to write a good undergraduate thesis proposal. In order to support the writing, students, in advance, are equipped with basic steps of writing critical review. A critical review is the summarization and evaluation of the…
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