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ENGLISH FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

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HANI SURAYA AZIZ

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Transcript of ENGLISH FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

Designed to :

Develop students' English language communication and study skills
Train students to work collaboratively
Develop lifelong learning skills for continuous personal and professional development
GOALS
At the end of this course, the students should be able to :

analyse information received from lecturers and discussions by using analytical listening skills (C4:PLO1)

intergrate information from various sources to produce coherent academic presentations by using correct conventions of speaking and writing (P3:PLO4)

demonstrate the ability to utilise skills for responsibility when working in groups (A3:PLO6)
LEARNING OUTCOMES
4. COMPUTER-ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING (CALL)



4.1 What is CALL?

4.2 Online learning

4.3 Self-access learning
1. SURVIVING IN HIGHER EDUCATION LEARNING (1 HOUR)


1.1 Study skills
1.2 Communication skills
1.3 ICT skills


CONTENT
ENGLISH FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
UHB 10102/UHB10202
2. NOTE TAKING (2 HOURS)

2.1 Developing a standard method
(abbreviations & symbols)

2.2 Writing keywords

2.3 Asking questions
3. DELIVERING POINTS OF VIEW (2 HOURS)

3.1 Visual Aids

3.1.1 Power Point / Prezi

3.1.2 Poster

3.1.3 Video

3.2 Presentation Skills
5. LIBRARY AND DIGITAL SEARCH (2 HOURS)


5.1 Identifying a topic

5.2 Finding appropriate sources

5.3 Searching for academic information on the internet

5.4 Finding quality sources on the internet

5.5 Evaluating your sources

5.6 Managing your sources

6. ACADEMIC GROUP DISCUSSION

6.1 Initiating a discussion
6.2 Maintaining a discussion
6.3 Expressing opinions
6.4 Delegating work

7. DEALING WITH ACADEMIC TASKS (3 HOURS)

7.1 Brainstorming for ideas

7.2 Organising ideas through mind-
mapping

7.3 Outlining the framework


7.4 Proofreading


ASSESSMENT
Listening Assignment 20%
Oral Presentation 20%
Report Writing 30%
Tests
Test 1 (10%)
Test 2 (20%) 30%



TOTAL 100%
This course will expose students to three main skills :

1) Study skills
2) Communication skills
3) ICT skills
timeline
week 4 - listening assignment (20%) - pair work

week 5 - Test 1 (10%)

week 8 - Test 2 (20%)
cont'd
week 8-14

- Report Writing (30%)
- Oral Presentation (20%)
(group work)
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