PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS JURUSAN

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PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS
JURUSAN STUDI PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS
FAKULTAS PENDIDIKAN BAHASA DAN SENI
UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA
Course
: Seminar on ELT
Code
: IG 596
Chs
:2
Semester
:7
Prerequisite
: Belajar Pembelajaran (IG ), Media Pembelajaran
Bahasa Inggris (IG ), Perencanaan Pembelajaran
Bahasa Inggris (IG ). Evaluasi Pembelajaran Bahasa
Inggris (IG 501)
Lecturer
: Prof. Dr. Didi Suherdi, M. Ed.
1. Objectives
: This subject is inteneed to provide the students with
opportunities to acquire knowledge and experiemces in
understanding and running, participating in, and
presenting papers in seminars, particularly on English
language teaching.
2. Course Description : This subject is designed to cover knowledge of
seminars inculing running seminars, understanding
seminar themes, developing relevant topics, and
preparing as well as presenting papers. This subject
will also cover designing and developing power point
presentations.
3. Learning Activities
: Independent Reading
Lecturing
Students Presentation
Discussion
4. Media
: Internet Search Engine
LCD Projector
Laptop Computer
Projector Screen
5. Evaluation
: Written and Oral Presentation
Grading Policy
a. Eighty percent (80%) of attendance is compulsory for the
accomplishment of this subject.
b. Grade will include scores of quizes (20%), paper writing (30%),
presentation (30%), and proposal (20%)
c. Grades will be based on the final scores:
Final Score Interval
85 ≥
75 ≥ -  84
60 ≥ -  74
50 ≥ -  59
... -  50
Grade
A
B
C
D
E
Mark
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0
SCORING RUBRICS FOR STUDENTS’ PRESENTATION
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Approaching Expectations
(60-74 marks)
Presentation is not well organized and
developed
Content knowledge is not well articulated
Theories and concepts are not discussed in
depth
Presentation is not clear and fluent
Shows no confidence in delivery, reading
from notes judiciously
Voice is not well-projected
Does not engage the attention of the
audience
Does not respond well to questions,
showing superficial understanding of the
project
No sense of cohesion in the flow of the
presentation
Presentation exceeds time limit and not
able to complete presentation
6. Course Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Meeting Expectations
(75-85 mark)
Presentation is somewhat organized
and developed
Content knowledge is good
Theories and concepts are discussed
in relatively depth
Presentation is somewhat clear and
fluent
Shows relatively good confidence in
delivery, reading from notes
judiciously
Voice is relatively well-projected
Engages the attention of the audience
Responds well to questions, showing
excellent understanding of the project
Relatively clear sense of cohesion in
the flow of the presentation
Presentation exceeds time limit
though able to complete presentation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Exceeding Expectations
(85 - marks)
Presentation is very well organized and
creatively developed
Content knowledge is excellent
Theories and concepts are discussed in
depth
Presentation is very clear and fluent
Shows confidence in delivery, reading from
notes judiciously
Voice is very well-projected
Engages the attention of the audience well
Responds very well to questions, showing
excellent understanding of the project
Clear sense of cohesion in the flow of the
presentation
Presentation does not exceed time limit
and able to complete presentation
Sessions
1-2
Topics
1. Introduction to seminars
and scientific fora.
2. The basic concepts and
terms of seminars and
paper presentation
3-7
Writing seminar papers
8
MID-TERM TESTS
9-14
Presenting papers
Sources
Jolles, R. L., (2005). How to run
seminars and workshops:
presentation skills for consultants,
trainers, and teachers. New Jersey:
John Wiley and Son, Inc.
http://freearticles.com/article/ToolsYou-Need-In-Conducting-ASuccessful-And-Profitable-Seminar
Thody, A. (2006). Writing and
presenting research. London: Sage
Publications.
Dignen, B. 1998. Down to Business
English for Presentation. London:
York Associates.
Feez, S., and Joyce, H. (2000).
Writing Skills Narrative and Nonfiction Text Types. Putney: Phoenix
Education Pty Ltd.
Kirszner, L. G., and Mandell, S. R.
(1989). Patterns for College Writing
a rethorical reader and guide 4th
Edition. New York: St. Martin’s
Press.
Thody, A. (2006). Writing and
presenting research. London: Sage
Publications.
http://www.uwic.ac.uk/tsu/u_studyski
lls/unit06.html (How to Give a Good
Seminar University of Wales
Institute)
http://www.comm.toronto.edu/~frank/
guide/guide0.html (Giving a Talk
University of Toronto)
http://c.s.cornell.edu/cv/ShortTalk.ht
m (The Short Talk Cornell
University)
15
Running seminars
Jolles, R. L., (2005). How to run
seminars and workshops:
presentation skills for consultants,
trainers, and teachers. New Jersey:
John Wiley and Son, Inc.
http://web.clas.ufl.rhatch/pages/02Te
achingResources/readingwriting/05s
urviv.htm (Seminar Discussions &
Presentations University of Florida)
16
FINAL TESTS
REFERENCES
Main references:
1. Dignen, B. (1999). Down to Business English for Presentations. London: York
Associates.
2. Feez, S., and Joyce, H. (2000). Writing Skills Narrative and Non-fiction Text
Types. Putney: Phoenix Education Pty Ltd.
3. Jolles, R. L., (2005). How to run seminars and workshops: presentation skills
for consultants, trainers, and teachers. New Jersey: John Wiley and Son, Inc.
4. Kirszner, L. G., and Mandell, S. R. (1989). Patterns for College Writing a
rethorical reader and guide 4th Edition. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
5. Simon, L. (1988). Good Writing a guide and sourcebook for writing across the
curriculum. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
6. Swales, J., and Feak, C. (2004). Academic writing for graduate students. A
course for nonnative speakers of English 2nd Edition. Ann Arbor: University of
Michigan Press.
7. Thody, A. (2006). Writing and presenting research. London: Sage
Publications.
Recommended references:
1. Alwasilah, A. C. (2000). Perspektif Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris di Indonesia dalam
Konteks Persaingan Global. Bandung: CV Andira.
2. Ashton, P. (1988). Teaching higher-order thinking and content: An essential
ingredient in teacher preparation. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida.
3. Bellanca, J., and Brandt, R. (2010). 21st Century Skills: Rethinking How Students
Learn. Bloomington: Solution Tree.
4. Carson, S. H.; Peterson, J. B., Higgins, D. M. (2005). "Reliability, Validity, and
Factor Structure of the Creative Achievement Questionnaire". Creativity Research
Journal 17 (1): 37–50.
5. Emilia, E. (2010). Menulis Tesis dan Disertasi. Bandung: Penerbit Alfabeta.
6. Emilia, E. (2010). Developing critical learners: Indonesian and Australian contexts. A
paper (to be) presented in the 57th TEFLIN International Conference "Revitalizing
professionalism in ELT as a response to the globalized world" in Universitas
Pendidikan Indonesia, 1-3 November 2010.
7. Freeman, D. (2010). Language, Technology, and Social Capital: Frames,
Opportunities, and Tools. A paper presented in the Inaugural APEC-RELC
International Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global
Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
8. Graddol, D. (2010). English, Economy, and Employability. A paper presented in
the Inaugural APEC-RELC International Seminar Language and Education: An
Essential for a Global Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
9. Harris, N. S. (2010). Why Aren’t My Students Learning English: Insights and
Solutions from Neuroscience Research. A paper presented in the Inaugural APECRELC International Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global
Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
10. McKnight, P. (2010). Effectiveness of Applied Foreign Languages and
Intercultural Immersion to Enhance Economic Competitiveness. A paper presented
in the Inaugural APEC-RELC International Seminar Language and Education: An
Essential for a Global Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
11. Meek, C. (2010). Preparing Teachers to Prepare Learners for the 21st Century. A
paper presented in the Inaugural APEC-RELC International Seminar Language
and Education: An Essential for a Global Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC
Singapore.
12. Nadkarni, (2010). Creating Prosperity: Using the Internet to Revolutionize
Language Learning. A paper presented in the Inaugural APEC-RELC
International Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global
Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
13. Peraturan Pemerintah No. 19 tahun 2005 tentang Standar Nasional Pendidikan.
14. Plata, S. (2010). Standards and Assessment for the 21st Century Workforce in an
L2 Nation: the Role of English Teachers in Policy-Making. A paper presented in
the Inaugural APEC-RELC International Seminar Language and Education: An
Essential for a Global Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
15. Poh, T. B. (2010). Helping Students Acquire 21st Century Skills Through the Use
of Q-Matrix. A paper presented in the Inaugural APEC-RELC International
Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global Economy, 19-21
April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
16. Senior, R. M. (2010). Language Teaching for Tomorrow: Connectivity within and
beyond the Classroom. A paper presented in the Inaugural APEC-RELC
International Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global
Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
17. Suherdi, D. (2001a). Persepsi Guru mengenai Kondisi Faktor-faktor Afektif Siswa
dalam Belajar Bahasa Indonesia. Mimbar Pendidikan Bahasa dan Seni Jurnal
Pendidikan bahasa, seni dan pengajarannya, 1 (1), 1-10.
18. Suherdi, D. (2006b). Peran Sentral Interaksi dalam Proses Belajar-Mengajar
Bahasa. Dalam Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Seni, Vol. 6, No. 1, tahun 2006.
19. Suherdi, D. (2008). Only 2P+2R: An Alternative Route to Successful Teacher Inservice Training. A paper presented in the 6th Asia TEFL International Conference
"Globalizing Asia: The Role of ELT", in Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel, Bali 1-3
August 2008.
20. Suherdi, D. (2009). Using Mother Languages as the Languages of Instruction in
Indonesia (Towards the Implementation Projects of Mother Languages in
Indonesian Primary Schools). Presented in SEAMEO Meeting “Development of a
Proposal to Pilot the Good Models of Using the Mother Tongue in Teaching and
Learning in Pilot Areas in Indonesia A Planning Meeting” in SEAMEO QITEP in
Language in Jakarta 22-23 June 2009.
21. Suherdi, D. (2009). On Bridging Students’ Learning in First Grades Using Mother
Tongue a Case of Sundanese Classrooms. Presented in Regional Meeting on the
Dissemination of Project Results and Identification of Good Functioning Models,
Arnoma Hotel Bangkok, Thailand 22-24 February 2009.
22. Suherdi, D. (2010). Country Report on Planning and Developing MTB-MLE in
Indonesia. Presented in Regional Training Workshop on the Principles and
Methods of Developing and Using Curricula and Teaching-Learning Materials for
Non-Dominant Languages for SEAMEO MLE Trainers. SEAMEO INNOTECH,
Quezon City, Philippines August 23-September 1, 2010.
23. Suherdi, D. (2010). Towards the 21st English Teacher Education: An
Altenarnative Model. Presented in the 57th TEFLIN International Conference
"Revitalizing professionalism in ELT as a response to the globalized world" in
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia 1-3 November 2010.
24. Suherdi, D. (2010). Placing Mother Tongue in Its Place: Equity for the Majority.
Presented in International Symposium on Language Planning in 21st Century:
Constraints and Challenges in Hotel Sari Pan Facific, Jakarta 2-4 November 2010.
25. Suherdi, D. (2011). Making the Best Use of RSBI: An alternative solution British
Council Symposium on RSBI/SBI in Century Park Hotel Jakarta 9-10 Maret 2011.
26. Suherdi, D. (2011). Pilot Project on the Use of Mother Tongue as a Bridge
Language in Primary Education in Indonesia. Presented in the End-of-Project
Conference in Royal Queen’s Park Hotel Bangkok 23-25 Februari 2011.
27. Trilling, B., and Fadel, C. (2009). 21st Century Skills, Learning for Life in Our
Times. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass.
28. Weng, C. Y. (2010). Intertextual Reading: Managing and Processing Information
in a Globalized Knowledge-Economy. A paper presented in the Inaugural APECRELC International Seminar Language and Education: An Essential for a Global
Economy, 19-21 April 2010 in RELC Singapore.
Internet Sources:
1. http://freearticles.com/article/Tools-You-Need-In-Conducting-A-SuccessfulAnd-Profitable-Seminar
2. http://www.uwic.ac.uk/tsu/u_studyskills/unit06.html (How to Give a Good
Seminar University of Wales Institute)
3. http://www.comm.toronto.edu/~frank/guide/guide0.html (Giving a Talk
University of Toronto)
4. http://web.clas.ufl.rhatch/pages/02TeachingResources/readingwriting/05survi
v.htm (Seminar Discussions & Presentations University of Florida)
5. http://c.s.cornell.edu/cv/ShortTalk.htm (The Short Talk Cornell University)
COURSE UNITS
Session
s
Topics
Specific
Objectives
Learning
Activities
Evaluation
Sources
1
Introduction
to seminars
Be able to
understand the
nature of
Lecture (2
hours)
Class
elicitation
seminars and
scientific fora
2
Basic
Concepts
and Terms
Be able to
understand
basic concepts
of seminars
Lecture (2
hours)
Quiz
Main
reference
no. 3
Internet
Source No.
1
and scientific
fora
3
Understanding seminar
themes
Be able to
understand
seminar
themes
Workshop
(2 hours)
Quiz
Main
reference
no. 7
4
Developing
relevant
topics
Be able to
develop
relevant topics
Workshop
(2 Hours)
5
Developing
paper
outlines
Be able to
analyze
segments of
Workshop
(2 hours)
Seminar
Leaflet and
Brochure
Review
Written
outlines
Recommended
Reference
No. 5, 712, 13-16,
28
classroom
discourse
analysis
6
7
Writing
paper
drafts
Editing and
finalizing
papers
Be able to
analyze
segments of
10
11
12
Paper drafts
classroom
discourse
analysis
Be able to edit
and finalize
papers
8
9
Workshop
(2 hours)
Workshop
(2 hours)
Seminar
Paper
Recommended
Reference
No. 1-5,
17-26,
Recommended
Reference
No. 23-27
MID-TERM TEST
Designing
paper
presentation
s
Be able to
design paper
Workshop
(2 hours)
Presentation
design
Develop
power point
presentatio
n
Rehearsing
presentatio
ns
Paper
presentatio
n (1)
Be able to
develop
effective power
point
Workshop
(2 hours)
Power point
slides
Be able to
rehearse
presentations
Be able to
present a
paper
effectively
Workshop
(2 hours)
Peer ratings
Workshop
(2 hours)
Perfrormanc
e
assessment
presentataion
Main
Reference
s No. 1
and 3
Internet
Sources
No. 2-5
13
Paper
presentatio
n (2)
14
Paper
presentatio
n (3)
15
Running
productive
seminars
16
FINAL TESTS
Be able to
present a
paper
effectively
Be able to
present a
paper
effectively
Be able to plan
a seminar
Workshop
(2 hours)
Perfrormanc
e
assessment
Workshop
(2 hours)
Perfrormanc
e
assessment
Workshop
(2 hours)
Seminar
proposal
Main
references
No, 3
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