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DOKUMEN
KURIKULUM STANDARD KOLEJ VOKASIONAL
MODUL INSANIAH

BAHASA INGGERIS KOMUNIKASI


DIPLOMA SEMESTER 4

KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA


2014

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KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA


KURIKULUM STANDARD KOLEJ VOKASIONAL
MAKLUMAT PROGRAM

NAMA KURSUS
KOD KURSUS
SEMESTER
UNIT KREDIT
JAM PERTEMUAN
JENIS KURUSU

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BAHASA INGGERIS KOMUNIKASI

A17 800

1.0

2.0 HOURS / WEEK

INSANIAH

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COURSE OUTCOMES
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:1. Use listening strategies in situations involving everyday work related communication
2. Interact in the context of realistic job-related situations by having discussions , giving and taking instructions
and role play.
3. provide information and express ideas orally
4. develop skills in preparing and delivering oral presentations
5. manage and solve problems.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course helps students develop the skills needed to communicate effectively at the workplace with emphasis on reading
strategies, analytical thinking, discussion and oral and written presentation.
English for Communication enables students to :

to learn English that is used in the workplace


to develop existing skills and make them more specific
This course is principally based on communication and the development of speaking skill enabling the learner to use the
language in various contexts and for various objectives. Cultural and intercultural aspects as well as the ability to learn
independently are all integral parts of this course. This course is also to acquaint the student with elements of decision making
and problem solving methods and techniques. Topics will include identifying and solving problem and methods to generate
solutions.

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CONTENT AND LEARNING STANDARD

COURSE NAME

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

COURSE CODE

A17 800

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HOURS

CONTENT STANDARD
1. Oral Communication
Skills in the Workplace

Week 1 - 5
10 HOURS

Provide information and


express ideas orally

LEARNING STANDARD
1.1 Use appropriate language to
report to superiors
1.2 Use appropriate language to
communicate with colleagues
1.3 Use appropriate language to
give instructions to
subordinates
1.4 Use appropriate language to
deal with stakeholders
[ customers / suppliers ]

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PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
1. Use language for interpersonal purposes.
2. Ask questions and make statements with
correct intonation, word stress and
sentence rhythm.
3. Respond to questions politely by giving
required information.
4. Share ideas, information and experiences
on work-related topics.

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CONTENT STANDARD

2.0 Oral Presentation Skills

LEARNING STANDARD

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PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

2.1 Identify purpose, research


topics and develop content

1. Select material and presentation style


relevant to given task.

2.2 Develop speaking skills to


produce effective
presentations
for a range of situations.

2. Practise and improve voice modulation,


tone and volume to enhance meaning.

Week 6 - 10
Develop skills in preparing
and delivering formal oral
presentations.

10 HOURS

3. Speak with appropriate gestures, body


language , stance and eye contact.

2.3 Use appropriate non-verbal


language in their
presentations.

4. Use simple graphic organizers or i-think


maps to assist organization of ideas.

2.4 Design and develop


presentations suitable for a
range of situations.
2.5 Use appropriate and effective
visual aids and/or technology
to support presentations.

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5. Make use of simple visual prompts in


presentations.

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CONTENT AND LEARNING STANDARD


COURSE NAME

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

COURSE CODE

A17 800

CONTACT
HOURS
Week 11 - 14

CONTENT STANDARD
3.0 Problem Solving and
Decision Making skills

8 HOURS

LEARNING STANDARD
3.1 Distinguish between problems,
challenges and matters
requiring a decision

Manage and handle problems 3.2 Identify a problem in a real


life situation
3.3 Use appropriate techniques
for solving problems and
making decisions

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
1. Define, verify and prioritise problem
2. Identify causes and alternatives for
approaches to resolve the problem
3. Select an approach to resolve the problem
4. Simulate the best problem-solving
alternative

3.4 Apply a problem solving


process or technique to
propose a solution or make a
decision.

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