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Diploma Perguruan Lepas Ijazah (DPLI) SR Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESL) Pengajaran Bahasa Inggeris Sebagai Bahasa

Kedua(Major)

Course Title Course Code Credit Contact Hours Pre requisite Semester

Listening and Speaking Skills and Language Arts ELL2103 3(2+1) 60 hours Nil One

Learning Outcomes

1. Respond to a variety of listening texts for different purposes and

situations. (1.5, 2.3, 2.4)


2. Speak fluently, appropriately and accurately for a variety of

purposes and situations.(2.2, 5.2, 7.4) 3. Synthesise information and respond critically to a range of texts. (5.1, 5.2, 6.3) 4. Demonstrate the ability to employ art, craft, music, dance, drama, creative and critical thinking skills activities in developing language skills.(1.5, 7.4, 8.3)

Synopsis

This course focuses on listening and speaking skills, and language arts. The emphasis will be on learners discourse and speech production as well as listening comprehension. Learners are required to construct questions and provide corrective feedback to sustain communication in the classroom. Learners are also required to demonstrate creativity in language arts through various applications of visual arts, craft, music, dance and drama techniques, and performance making language learning fun.

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Listening and Speaking Skills and Language Arts


Topic Theory Content Hours

Listening and Speaking skills

1.1 English Sound System Phonology: IPA, vowels, consonants, dipthongs Suprasegmental features - Primary and secondary word stress, sentence stress, rhythm, intonation, enunciation. 1.2 Discourse and Speech Production Speech acts roles and attitudes, verbal and non-verbal language and registers Language forms and functions in various situations Social conventions in communication/interaction 1.3 Listening Comprehension skills Listen for main points and supporting details Listen and make inferences Discern cause and effect relationships Listen and predict outcomes, draw conclusions Express personal response 1.4 Communication in the classroom Use various questioning skills Provide corrective feedback Use elements of communication

Language Arts

2.1 Oral presentation skills Public Speaking Presentations 2.2 Creative activities for language learning Devise language games Use ICT (interactive activities) Express personal responses creatively to a range of texts 2.3 Art, craft, music, dance and drama techniques, and performance Role play/dance/mime Story telling/dramatization Use art and craft in language activities Using rhythm, music and movement in language 2

Course Title

Listening and Speaking Skills and Language Arts


activities TOTAL Practical 1.3 English Sound System Phonology: IPA, vowels, consonants, dipthongs Suprasegmental features - Primary and secondary word stress, sentence stress, rhythm, intonation, enunciation. 1.4 Discourse and Speech Production Speech acts roles and attitudes, verbal and non-verbal language and registers Language forms and functions in various situations Social conventions in communication/interaction 1.3 Listening Comprehension skills Listen for main points and supporting details Listen and make inferences Discern cause and effect relationships Listen and predict outcomes, draw conclusions Express personal response 1.4 Communication in the classroom Use various questioning skills Provide corrective feedback Use elements of communication 30 3

Listening and Speaking skills

Language Arts

2.4 Oral presentation skills Public Speaking Presentations 2.5 Creative activities for language learning Devise language games Use ICT (interactive activities) Express personal responses creatively to a range of texts 2.6 Art, craft, music, dance and drama techniques, and performance Role play/dance/mime Story telling/dramatization 3

Course Title

Listening and Speaking Skills and Language Arts


Use art and craft in language activities Use rhythm, music and movement in language activities TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

30 60

Assessment Main references

Coursework 60% Examination 40% Cox, C. (2008). Teaching language arts: A student-centred classroom, Sixth Edition. Pearson Education: Allyn and Bacon. Foster, G. (2003). Language Arts Ideas Bank. Ontario: Pembroke Publishers. Underhill, A. (2005). Sound Foundations: Learning and teaching pronunciations. London: Macmillan Publishers. Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary. Oxford: OUP (2009).

Additional references

Carter, R. & McCarthy, M. (2006). Cambridge Grammar of English, Cambridge: CUP. Fromkin, V. Rodman, R. & Hyams, N. (2007). An Introduction to Language (8th Edition). USA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia. (2010). KSSR description and policy statements and English syllabuses documents. Lightbrow, P. M. & Spada, N. (2006). How languages are learned U.K: Oxford University Press. Littlewood, W. (2007) Communicative Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Nunan, D. (2004) Task-Based Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Phillips, et al (2011). Projects with Young Learners. UK: OUP. Van den Branden, K. (2006). Task-Based Language Education: From theory to practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Willis, D. And Willis, J. (2007). Doing Task-based Teaching. Oxford: Oxford University Press.