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INSTITUTE OF TEACHER EDUCATION: TEMENGGONG IBRAHIM CAMPUS

COURSEWORK TASK
PISMP ( NON -TESL)

Programme:

Name of Student:

Code & Course:

ELE 3103
English for Language
Teachers

Semester/Year:

Date Set:

22 February 2014

Date of
Submission:

5 / 2014

5 April 2014

Learning Outcomes of Assignment:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Compare features of language and communication


Explain how sounds are produced in the English sound system
Produce accurate English sounds in discourse
Analyse the different types of morphemes and word formation processes
Analyse sentences in relation to their word-order and the groups of words they contain
Transfer knowledge of semantics and pragmatics in different contexts
Assess own language progress through reflections/journals

This coursework is for evaluating the following learning outcomes (2, 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Objectives of Coursework:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Explain how sounds are produced in the English sound system.


Produce accurate English sounds in discourse.
Analyse the different types of morphemes and word formation processes.
Write a response to an article to show understanding of Semantics in English

ASSIGNMENT (100%)
Task 1: Individual work (20%)
(a)

Read and make short notes on how two sounds in English are produced.

(b)

Read and make short notes on the following terms and how they are related to word formation
processes (e.g. Coinage, Conversion, Back-formation, Blending etc.).

The sounds should be part of the KBSR English syllabus.


The sounds may be consonants, vowels or diphthongs.
Your notes should include the points and manner of articulation in producing these
sounds.

Free morpheme
Bound morpheme
Derivational morpheme
Inflectional morpheme

* Present your notes from 1(a) and 1(b) in an organized manner.

You may use graphic organizers, non-linear text etc.


Your notes must be substantiated by relevant academic references from reliable
sources (electronic and/or print).

Task 2: Individual work (20%)


(a)

Design an activity to practise the sounds in 1(a) (e.g. tongue twisters, minimal pairs, jazz chants,
etc.).
The two sounds may be practised separately or together depending on the activity.

(b)

Design an activity to practise any one of the word formation processes listed in 1(b) above.
* For 2(a) and 2(b), use the following guidelines:

The activities designed should be suitable for a mixed-ability primary level language
classroom (any year).
The time allocated for each activity is 10-15 minutes.
The activities may be carried out at any stage of an English Language lesson.

Task 3: Individual work (20%)


(a)

Conduct an oral presentation of the classroom activities you have designed in 2(a) and 2(b)
above.
The presentation should include a brief introduction on the target group, the focus of
the activity, and the stage at which it will be carried out.
The presentation must include a demonstration of the activity.
The maximum time allocated for the presentation for each activity is 10-15 minutes.
Record the presentation on CD.
Assessment will be based on the recorded presentation.

Task 4: Individual work (20%)


(a)

Write a justification/rationale of your choice of activities designed in 2(a) and 2(b) explaining how
these activities are based on the principles of teaching and learning language.
Your justification should contain about 1,000 words.
You must include at least two academic references from reliable sources (electronic
and/or print), cited using the APA format and listed in the bibliography.

Task 5 : Individual work (20%)


(a)

Read the article on Structural Ambiguity given.

Write your individual response in about 700 words on Ambiguities Around Us.

Procedure:
i)
This coursework requires you to work individually and in group.
ii)
No duplication of assignments from other coursework is allowed.
iii)
Plagiarism in any form will not be tolerated. All borrowed ideas must be acknowledged and
properly cited.
iv)
Cite the source of the text and any references you used using the APA format.
v)
Your work should be type written with 1.5 spacing and font Arial size 11.
vi)
The front page/cover of the report consists of:
a.
Name of Student
b.
Index Number
c.
Identity Card No.
d.
Course Code
e.
Title of Coursework
f.
Group
g.
Name of Academic Tutor/ Lecturer
h.
Date of Submission
vii.
Please refer Guidelines for Assignment
The assignment will be assessed based on the following criteria:

Coverage and Content

Language

Quality of activity, rationale and personal response

Organisation

Quality of Sources
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Please refer to the marking criteria

Prepared by:

Checked by:

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(ANAWIYAH BINTI SALLEH)
Penyelaras Kursus ELE3103
Jabatan Bahasa

_______________________
(JOHANA BINTI A. BAKAR)
Subject Matter Expert
Jabatan Bahasa

Validated by:
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(LAILATUL ZURAIDAH BINTI KAMARUDIN)
Ketua Jabatan
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