SAP dan Silabus untuk 5 mata kuliah keahlian (sample)

 


  

Syllabus & Course Outline

 

Subject                       : Research on Language Teaching

Semester                    : 5th (Fifth) Semester

Program Study            : English Education

Department                 : Language and Arts Education

Faculty                       : Teacher Training and Education

University                    : PGRI Palembang

Total Credit                 : 3

 

1.   The Curriculum Purposes

The curriculum purposes of this course are to provide the students with the following tools to help develop their potential:

a)  development of the analytical thinking capabilities through comparison and contrast in the application of theories and concepts to TEFL problems;

b)  enhancement of the student's literacy skills through assigned readings, discussions, examinations, and other requirements.

 

2.   Basic Competence

Students are expected:

a)    to understand frameworks for TEFL inquiry;

b)    to understand the various methods for conducting research in TEFL.

 

3.   Course Content

Meeting

Content

Sub-content

Sources

1

Introduction and Course Overview

1.   Introduction

2.   Course Overview

Syllabus & Course Outline

2

Research Basics

1.    How to do Research

2.    Examining the Dimensions of Research

3.    Reassembling the Dimensions

a & b

3

Research Approaches

1.    Qualitative Research

2.    Quantitative Research

a & b

4

Research Designs

1.    Descriptive Designs

2.    Experimental Designs

a & b

5

Sampling Methods

1.    Non-probability Sampling

2.    Probability Sampling

a & b

6

SPSS

1.    Validity & Reliability Analysis

2.    Frequencies

3.    Correlation

4.    Paired-Sample T Test

c & d

7

Style References

1.    References from Books

2.    References from Journals

a & b

8

Mid Test

Sub-content 1 - 8

 

9 - 15

Students’ Presentations

Research Article Presentations

 

16

Final Test

Sub-content 1 - 8 & 10 - 5

 

 

4.    Methods/Approaches   

a.   Lectures

b.   Presentations

c.   Discussions

 

5.    Tools and Media

a.   Power Point Slides

b.   LCD

 

6.    Assignment

Students are to find a research paper/article in TEFL related to their future project. The paper/article must be submitted on the 8th week and presented to the class using Power Point slides. In case of emergency, students must also prepare a hardcopy of the slides. The presentation schedule will be arranged by the instructor.

 

7.    Methods For Grading

10% of activity (A)

20% of assignment and presentation (T)

30% of midterm examination (M)

40% of final examination (S)

 

         Grading Formula:          

A + 2T + 3M + 4S

    10

 

8.    Attendance And Assignment Policy

An attendance roster is kept, and students are expected to attend all sessions as scheduled. Late  submission of assignment as well as tardiness and absenteeism will result in reduction of the grade by at least 20 points, depending upon how many weeks the late submission is. An "incomplete" assignment will also result in reduction of the grade by at least 10 points.

 

9.    Academic And Classroom Misconduct

Students are expected to conduct themselves appropriately at all times. Academic and classroom misconduct will not be tolerated. Cheating will not be tolerated, and any student found cheating will receive a "D" for the work, and possibly a "D" for the course.  Cheating is defined as not working on exams.

 

10.  Sources

a.   Burns, R. B. (1997). Introduction to research methods (3rded.). Sydney: Longman.

b.   Jackson, S. H. (2008). Research methods: A modular approach. Australia: Thomson Wadsworth.

c.   Santoso, S. (2000). BukulatihanSPSSstatistikparametrik. Jakarta: PT Elex Media Komputindo.

d.   Sarwono, J. (2006). Analisis data penelitianmenggunakanSPSS 13. Yogyakarta: CV Andi Offset.

 

 


 

 Syllabus & Course Outline

 

 

Subject                      : Introduction to Linguistics

Semester                   : 3rd(Third) Semester

Study Program           : English Education

Department                 : Language and Arts Education

Faculty                      : Teacher Training and Education

University                    : PGRI Palembang

Total Credit                 : 3

 

1.      The Curriculum Purpose

This course is intended to expand students’ cultural awareness, knowledge, skills in diverse cultures. Focus will be directed toward:

1.   enhanced self-understanding;

2.   knowledge of the value systems of Linguistics includes Phonology, Mofology, Semantics and Syntax or others sub-linguistics such as: Sociolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Applied Linguistics and Descriptive linguistics.

 

2.    Basic Competence

1.   Students can understand Language

2.   Students know and understand Linguistics

3.   Students know and understand Phonology

4.   Students know and understand Morfology

5.   Students know and understand Semantics

6.   Students know and understand Syntax

7.   Students know and understandothers sub-linguistics

 

  3. Course Content

Meeting

Content

Sub-content

Sources

1

Overview of the course

1)    Introduction and syllabus

a,b,c,d

 

2

 

What is Language?

1)    Some theories of language

2)    The nature of language

a,b,c,d

 

3

 

What is Phonetics?

 

1)    Kind of Phonetics

2)    Articulatory Phonetics

3)    English consonant

4)    English Proverbs

5)    Euphon and diphthong

a,b,c,d

 

4

 

What is Phonology?

 

1)    Phonology

2)    Phoneme

3)    Phone and Morpheme

4)    Distinctive features

5)    Predictability

6)    Complimentary

7)    Five variants

8)    Assimilations and elision

a,b,c,d

 

5

 

What is Morphology?

 

1) Morphology

2) Free and bound morpheme

3) Allomorph

4) Word formation

a,b,c,d

6

QUIZ

Sub content 2-5

 

7

What is Semantic?

 

1) Semantics

2) Semantics properties

3)Semantics roles

4) Lexical relations

a,b,c,d

8

MID SEMESTER

 

 

9

What is Syntax?

 

1) Immediate constituents

2) Immediate constituents analysis

3) Syntactic categories

4) Label

a,b,c,d

10

What is Sociolinguistics?

 

1) Sociolinguistics

2) Idiolect, dialect, language

3) Lingua franca

4) Styles and slang

5) Jargon

6) Accent

7) Pidgins and creole

8) Taboo and euphemism

9) Artificial Language

a,b,c,d

11

What is Applied Linguistics?

 

1)   Linguistics and language

teaching

2) Traditional grammar

3) Structure Linguistics

4) Audio Lingual method

5) Translation method

6) Translation grammar

 a,b,c,d

12

What is Psycholinguistics?

 

1) Language acquisition

2) Language learning

3)Linguistics competence and

performance

a,b,c,d

13

QUIZ

Sub content 10-12

 

14-15

Presentations of the assignment

The student choice 1 topic from

Sub content 2-8 and 10 -12

a,b,c,d

16

FINAL TEST

Sub content 2-15

 

 

4.    Methods 

       a.  Lecture

       b.  Discussion

 

5.    Media

       a.  Selected Book

       b.  Laptop

       C. LCD

 

6.    Exercises and Assignment

Students are expected to complete all class exercises. Self-awareness exercises will be assigned every meeting in order to afford students the opportunity to gain personal experience with concepts.Students in pair will make oral class presentations of 20 minutes about any topics related to the linguistics. Late assignments will be marked down 10 points per calendar week late.

 

 7.    Class Policy

Class attendance/participation (13 weeks minus three absences allowed = 10 weeks). Permission for not attending the class is allowed as long as the students can provide official letter.

 

8.    Grading Policy

Grades will be determined according to the following scheme:

Activity                             10%
Assignment                      20%
Mid Exam                        30%
Final Exam                       40%

         Letter grades will be assigned according to average of all four grading components.

        Grade Interpretation

A = Excellent

B = Good

C = Average

D = Below Average

 

9.   Sources

a.   Rosa, Rusdi nor, 2013. Introduction to Linguitics. Sukabina Press.

b.   Todd, Loreto, 1991. An Introduction to Linguitics. Longman York Press.

c.   Davies, Allan, 2007. An introduction to applied linguistics: 2nd Edition. Edinburgh University Press.

d.   Saville,Muriel, Toike, 2006. Introducing Language Acquisition. Cambridge Press.

 

 


 

 Syllabus & Course Outline

 

Subject                        : Applied Linguistics

Semester                    : 5th (Fifth) Semester

Study Program            : English Education

Department                 : Language and Arts Education

Faculty                       : Teacher Training and Education

University                    : PGRI Palembang

Total Credit                 : 2

 

 

1.    The Curriculum Purpose

Students will possess the knowledge about theories of FLA and their pedagogical implications. They will also possess the knowledge of English Learning Strategies. Furthermore, they will posses the competency in teaching English.

 

2.    Basic Competence

a.      Students are able to understand theories of FLA and their pedagogical implications.

b.      (Cognitive Aspect)

c.      Students are able to understand learning strategies in English. (Cognitive Aspect )

d.      Students are able to understand various methods and techniques in teaching English. (Cognitive Aspect)

e.      Students are given the opportunity to practice teaching English as foreign language.

f.       (Affecitive Aspect)

g.      Students are given the opportunity to develop their strategic skill in teaching English as a foreign language. (Affecitive Aspect)

h.      Students are able to apply the theories of FLA and their pedagogical implication in teaching English. (Psychomotor Aspect)

i.       Students are able to use learning strategies for developing their English skills. (Psychomotor Aspect)

j.       Students are able to apply various methods and techniques in teaching English. (Psychomotor Aspect)

 

3.    Course Content

 

Meeting

Content

Sub-content

Sources

1

Overview of the course

1.    Introduction and syllabus

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

2

Differences between L1 and FL Acquisition

1.    What is L1?

2.    What is FL Acquisition?

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

3

Factor Affecting FLA

1.    What are the factors of FLA?

2.    How many factors of FLA?

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

4

Theories of FLA and their pedagogical impilcations: Behaviourism

1.    The definition of Behaviourism?

2.    Examples of Behaviourism

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

5

Theories of FLA and their pedagogical impilcations: Innatism

1.    Definition of innatism?

2.    Examples of innatism

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

6

Theories of FLA and their pedagogical ompilcations: Interactionism

1.    Definition of interactionism?

2.    Examples of interactionism

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

7

Students’ presentations

Method in teaching English:

the Audio Lingual Method

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

 

8

 

Mid Test

 

Sub content 2-7

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

9

Students’ presentations

Method in teaching English:

Grammar translation method

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

10

Students’ presentations

Method in teaching English:

The Silent Way

Suggestopedia

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

11

Students’ presentations

Method in teaching English:

Total Physical Respon

Communicative Language Teaching

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

12

Students’ presentations

Techniques in teaching English:

Content Based Instruction

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

13

Students’ presentations

Techniques in teaching English:

Competency Based Instruction

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

14

Students’ presentations

Techniques in teaching English:

Teaching Listening Skill

Teaching Speaking Skill

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

15

Students’ presentations

Techniques in teaching English:

Teaching reading skill

Teaching writing skill

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

 

16

 

Final Test

 

Sub content 2-15

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

 

 4.    Methods 

a.   Lecture

b.   Discussion

 

5.    Media

a.   Selected Book

b.   Laptop

c.   LCD

 

6.  Exercises and Assignment

a.   Students are expected to complete all class exercises.

b.   Self-awareness exercises will be assigned every meeting in order to afford students the opportunity to gain personal experience with concepts.

c.   Students in pair will make oral class presentations of 20 minutes about any topics related to TEFL 1 or any topics related to TEFL 1.

d.   Late assignments will be marked down 10 points per calendar week late.

 

7.  Class Policy

Class attendance/participation (13 weeks minus three absences allowed = 10 weeks).  Permission for not attending the class is allowed as long as the students can provide official letter.

 

8.    Grading Policy

Grades will be determined according to the following scheme:

Activity                                         10%
Assignment                                  20%
Mid-test                                        30%
Final test                                       40%

Letter grades will be assigned according to average of all four grading components.

          Grade Interpretation

A = Excellent

B = Good

C = Average

D = Below Average

 

 9.     Sources

1.   Atmadarsono, S. 1984. Variables Affecting Succes in Teaching and Learning a Foreign Language. Austin, Texas: The University of Texas.

2.   Carter, R, and McCarhy, M.1988. Vocabulary and Language Teaching. London: Longman.

3.   Dricoll, A., and freberg, H.J. 1992. Universal Teaching Strategies. Boston; Allyn and bacon.

4.   Huda, N. 1999. Language Learning and Teaching: Issues and Treands. Malang: IKIP Malang.

5.   Jacob. E. 1999. Coopereative Learning in context. New York: Albany State University of New York.

6.   Richard, J. C., and Rodger, T.S. 1986. Approaches and method in Language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

7.   Stern, H. H. 1990. Fundamental Concept of language teaching. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

 

 


 

 Syllabus & Course Outline

 

 

Subject                       : Sociolinguistics

Semester                   : 6th  (Sixth) Semester

Program Study           : English Education

Department                 : Language and Arts Education Department

Faculty                       : Teacher and Training and Education

University                    : PGRI Palembang

Total Credit                 : 2

 

 1.      The Curriculum Purpose

Students will develop knowledge, understanding and skills, individually and collaboratively, through the study of sociolinguistics in the Indonesian context and English context and to acquaint students with the necessary sociolinguistics requirements for English usage in the Indonesian society.

 

 2.    Basic Competence

a.   Students can understand and know the meaning of sociolinguistics and identify the various perceptions and applications of sociolinguistics.

b.   Students can understand the notion of sociolinguistics variation and know spoken and written varieties.

c.   Students can understand and know language in society.

d.   Students can understand and know the general rules and individual use.

e.   Students can understand and know the sociolinguistics differences.

f.    Students can understand and know the language use in society.

g.   Students can understand and know the speech acts and speech events from the theories.

h.   Students can understand and know concepts of dialects and dialectology.

i.    Students can understand and know concept of idiolect and sociolect.

j.    Students can understand and know code switching and code mixing.

k.   Students can understand and know register, style and usage.

l.    Students can understand and know language variation in society.

m.Students can understand and know language and sociolinguistics determinants.

 

3.    Course Content

Meeting

Content

Sub-content

Sources

1

Overview the materials

Introduction and syllabus

 

2

understand and know the meaning of sociolinguistics and identify the various perceptions and applications of sociolinguistics

1.   The concepts of sociolinguistics

2.   Sociolinguistics factors

3.   Why a social study of language?

a,b,c,d

3

Understand and know the notion of sociolinguistics  variation and know spoken and written varieties

 

1.State the concept of language varieties properly

2.Discuss the concept of variation in sociolinguistics

3.Distinguish between written and spoken varieties of a language

4.Explain that variation in language is determined by social situations

5.Identify the variations of language in a given   social setting.

a, b, c,d

4

Understand and know language in society

1.Society and language determinants

2.Language use in Indonesian society

a,b,c,d

5

Understand and know the general rules and individual use

1.Discuss the theories of langue and parole

2.Discuss the theories of competence and performance

3.Distinguish between the two theories

4.Identify the implication of the theories for sociolinguistics

5.Recognize that individual language use must be in line with societal needs.

a, b, c,d

6

Understand and know the sociolinguistics differences

1.Differences According to Geographic Origins

2.Differences According to Ethnicity

3.Differences According to Nationality

4.Differences According to Occupation

5.Differences According to Class

6.Differences According to Age Groups

7.Differences According to Gender

a,b,c,d

7

Understand and know language use in society

1.The concept of speech communities

2.Recognize their place in the larger society

3.See that the language use in speech communities isrestricted

4.Trace the history of speech communities

5.Distinguish between speech communities and other sociolinguistic norms.

a, b, c,d

8

MID SEMESTER

Sub content 2-7

a,b,c,d

9

understand and know the speech acts and speech events from the theories

 

1.The theory of speech acts

2.The theory of speech events

3.Distinguish the theory of speech acts from that  of speech events

4.Relate these theories to sociolinguistics

5.Identify speech acts and speech events as sociolinguistic dichotomies.

a, b, c,d

10

Understand and know concepts of dialects and dialectology

1.Concept of idiolects and dialectology

2.Identify each code in use in Indonesian society

a,b,c,d

11

Understand and know isiolects and sociolects

1.Concepts of idiolects

2.Concepts of sociolects

a, b, c,d

12

Understand and know code switching and code mixing

1.Concepts of Code Switching and Code Mixing

2.The Differences between Code Switching and Code Mixing

3.Some Countries with Code Switching and Code Mixing

a,b,c,d

13-14

Understand and know register, style and usage

1.Explain the concept of register in sociolinguistics

2.State the concept of style in sociolinguistics

3.Differentiate between style and idiolect

4.Distinguish register from sociolinguistic lects

5.Identify style and register as sociolinguistic elements.

a, b, c,d

15

Understand and know language and sociolinguitics determinants

1.Language ideology

2.Language and geography

a,b,c,d

16

SEMESTER

Sub content 1-15

a, b, c,d

 

 4.    Methods/ Approaches  

a.   Discussion and presentations(Coolerative interaction and collaborative interaction where teachers and students work together in the discussion)

b.   Assignment

 

 5.    Tools and Media

a. Authentic and meaningful texts         c. Selected Books and textbooks

b. Laptop                                             d. LCD

 

6.    Assignment and Exercises

a.   The students can finish self assessment exercise and group assessment exercise both in written and discussion group.

b.   Self-awareness exercises will be assigned every meeting in order to afford students the opportunity to gain personal experience with concepts.

c.   Students in pair will make oral class presentations of 20 minutes about any topics related to sociolinguistics or any topics related to language its society.

 

7.    Evaluation Technique

Evaluation is done by using quiz, mid semester test, final semester test, assignment, attendance and observation during the learning process.

 

8.    The assessment system

a.   Assessment aspect: Assessment consists of three aspects; the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective aspects. Assessment of cognitive aspects; the activities mid semester and final semester. Assessment of psychomotor and affective aspects of the implementation is carried out in the process of learning.

b.   Grading score

Formula:

                                     2T  +  3M  +  5S

                        NA  =  ---------------------

                                                10

Keterangan:

NA  =  Nilai Akhir

T     =  Nilai Tugas

M    =  Nilai Midsemester

S    =  Nilai Semester

 

Grade Interpretation

A Excellent achievement

B High achievement

C Satisfactory achievement

D Limited achievement

E Inadequate achievement

 

 9.    Sources

a.   Irvine, J. (2006). “Speech and Language Community”. Encyclopaedia of Language and    Linguistics (2nd ed.). Mass: Elsevier.

b.   Lippi-Green, R. (1997). English with an Accent: Language, Ideology, and Discrimination in the United States. London: Routledge.

c.   Milroy, L. & Mathew, G. (2003). Sociolinguistics: Method and Interpretation. Oxford:         Blackwell.

d.   Pomerantz, A. (2002). “Language Ideologies and the Production of Identities: Spanish as a Resource for Participation in a Multilingual Marketplace”. Multilingua 21:275-302.

 


 

 Syllabus & Course Outline

 

Subject                       : Translation

Semester                   : 7th  (Seventh) Semester

Program Study           : English Education

Department                 : Language and Arts Education Department

Faculty                       : Teacher and Training and Education

University                    : PGRI Palembang

Total Credit                 : 3

 

 1.     The Curriculum Purpose:

Students will understand the linguistic theories of translation and will be able to apply these theories into practice, both from English into Indonesian and vice versa.

 

2.    Basic Competence

a.   Students can understand the key terms in translation.

b.   Students can understand the various types/ categories of translation.

c.   Students can understand the translation principles.

d.   Students can understand the translation procedures.

e.   Students can understand the Indonesian grammatical and lexical equivalence of the given English sentences and vice versa.

f.    Students can understand the grammatical and lexical adjustment whenthey are translating from Indonesian into English and vice versa.

g.   Students can understand the words with different distribution.

h.   Students can understand the intended meaning of idioms.

i.    Students can understand the process of translation.

j.    Students can understand the concept of meaning.

 

3.      Course Content

Meeting

Content

Sub-content

Sources

1

Overview the materials

Introduction and syllabus

 

2

Students can understand the key terms in translation.

Definition of translation

1,2

3-5

Students can understand the various types/ categories of translation

1.    Full Translation v.s  Partial Translation

2.    translation v.s restricted translation.

3.    Rank of translation

4.    Intralingua

5.    Interlingua

6.    Intersemiotic

7.    Perfect translation

8.    Adequate translation

9.    Composite translation

10.  Semiotic translation

11.  Scientific translation                                               

1,2

6

Students can understand the translation principles.

1.    Literal or faithful translation

2.    Idiomatic or free translation

1,2

7-8

Translation procedures

1.    Adding

2.    Subtracting

3.    Borrowing

4.    Transposition

5.    Modulation

6.    Adaption

1,2

9

MID SEMESTER

Sub content 2-6

1,2

10

Equivalence

1.  Grammatical Equivalence

2. Lexical equivalence

1,2

11

Adjustment

1. Grammatical Adjustments

 2. Lexical Adjustment

1,2

12

Students can understand the words with different distribution

Words with different distribution

1,2

13

Students can understand the intended meaning of idioms.

Idioms

1,2

13

Students can understand the process of translation.

The process of translation

1,2

14-15

The concept of meaning

1.    Lexical meaning

2.    Grammatical meaning

3.    Textual meaning

4.    Situational meaning

5.    Socio cultural meaning         

1,2

16

SEMESTER

1-15

1,2

 

 4.    Methods/ Approaches

a.   Discussion(Cooperative interaction and collaborative interaction where teachers and students work together in the discussion).

b.   Assignment

 

5.    Tools and media

a.   Authentic and meaningful texts

b.   Selected books

 

6.    Assignment and Exercises

The Students  can finish self assessment exercise  and group assessment exercise both      in written and discussion group.

 

7.    Evaluation Technique

Evaluation is done by using quiz, mid semester test, final semester test, assignment, attendance and observation during the learning process.

 

8.    The assessment system

a.      Assessment aspect: Assessment consists of three aspects; the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective aspects. Assessment of cognitive aspects; the activities mid semester and final semester. Assessment of psychomotor and affective aspects of the implementation is carried out in the process of learning.

b.      Grading score

Formula:

                                     1A+2T+3M+4S

                        NA  =  ---------------------------

                                                10

Keterangan:

NA  =  Nilai Akhir

T      =  Nilai Tugas

M     =  Nilai Midsemester

S      =  Nilai Semester

 

Grade Interpretation

A Excellent achievement

B High achievement

C Satisfactory achievement

D Limited achievement

E Inadequate achievement

 

9.    Sources

1.   Catford, I.C.  1978. A Linguistics Theory of Translation. Oxford: University    Press.

2.   Larson, Mildred. L. 1994. Meaning Based Translation: A Guide to CrossLanguage equivalence. New York: University Press of America.