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English for Language Teachers (Bahasa Inggeris untuk Guru-guru Bahasa Inggeris) ELE3103 3 (3 + 0) 45 hours ELE3102 One/Two 1. Compare features of language and communication. 2. Explain how sounds are produced in the English sound system. 3. Produce accurate English sounds in discourse. 4. Analyse the different types of morphemes and word formation processes. 5. Analyse sentences in relation to their word-order and the groups of words they contain. 6. Transfer knowledge of semantics and pragmatics in different contexts. 7. Assess own language progress through reflections/journals.
This course equips learners with the basic linguistics knowledge on language, communication, the English Sound System (phonology), morphology, syntax, and semantics needed by an English language teacher. Kursus ini menyediakan pelajar dengan pengetahuan asas linguistik yang merangkumi pengetahuan bahasa, komunikasi, sistem bunyi (fonologi) bahasa Inggeris, morfologi, sintaks dan semantik yang diperlukan oleh guru bahasa Inggeris.
and meanings Denotative and connotative meaning Sense and reference: polysemy. hyponymy and antonymy Figurative expressions TOTAL 9 45 2 .Consonant sounds Morphology Morphemes: free and bound Derivational morpheme Inflectional morpheme Allomorphs Word structure Word formation processes Syntax Definition of syntax Noun phrase and verb phrase Phrase structure rules/Tree diagram Transformational rules/operations Clause types Sentence patterns Hours 9 2 9 3 9 4 9 5 Semantics Definitions of semantics.synonymy. pragmatics.Vowel/diphthong sounds .Topic 1 Content Language and Communication Definition of language Language and culture Functions of language Non-verbal communication Speech and writing English language in Malaysia Introduction to Phonology Speech organs English sounds .
The Study of Language: An Introduction. Essential Introductory Linguistics. New York: McGraw Hill. Kuiper. University of Malaya Press. (2003). and Allan.Assessment Coursework Final Test 50% 50% Main References Fromkin. R. K. P. Access: Integrated Skills. An Introduction to English Language: Sound.) Massachusetts: Thomson Heinle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1996). (2001). (2001). A Linguistic Primer for Malaysians. Celce-Murcia. (1985). G. Interactions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. M. N. Yule.. Word and Sentence. Rodman. V. English Phonetics and Phonology: A Practical Course. & Hyams.M. Roach. Baskaran. (2003). Discourse and Context in Language Teaching. ed. W. Hudson. Speaking. L. S. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Bygate. A Guide for Language Teachers. R. Basingstoke: Macmillan. Oxford: Blackwell. G (2000). (2005). An Introduction to Language. 3 . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (7th. M. Additional References Balwin. Kuala Lumpur. (2000).
read Kuiper et. discuss how culture affects Definition of language English language. 1 – 15. Identify the sounds produced by these speech organs and present in tutorial 4. Prepare a mind-map on a poster sheet to summarise discussion on how culture affects the English language in tutorial 1 - WEEK 2 7/1 11/1 Language and communication (tutorial 1) In groups. newspaper. Language and culture This discussion should guide your ISL task this week Language and Communication (tutorial 2) Group work: Role-play dialogue Functions of language based on ISL. Group work: Prepare a dialogue with at least five language functions for role play in tutorial 2. al. categorise the Language and Communication (tutorial 3) Group work: Mime the situation similarities and differences Speech and writing based on ISL Wk 2. social interaction. Word and Sentence. news. (1996). etc. WEEK 3 14/1 – 18/1 In groups. between speech and writing English language in Malaysia Identify the in everyday life situations: situation. Identify speech Prepare your comparison in Introduction to Phonology (tutorial 4) organs used in a table on a poster sheet to Speech organs producing different be displayed in class English sounds. Non-verbal communication Identify the functions used Language and Communication (lecture 3) Speech and writing English language in Malaysia Introduction to Phonology (lecture 4) Speech organs Prepare a 3-minute mime (non-verbal communication) of a situation of your choice for tutorial 3. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. Browse the Internet and look for a picture of speech organs that is completely labeled. 4 .English for Language Teachers – Semester Plan Week / Date WEEK 1 2/1 – 4/1 Topic Tutorial ISL REGISTRATION WEEK Course and assessment briefing Language and communication (lecture 1) Definition of language Language and culture Language and Communication (lecture 2) Functions of language Non-verbal communication For Weeks 1-3. dialogues. p.
(1996). Conduct a tongue twister competition. sheet to be presented in tutorial 7. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. presented in tutorial 8. Read Kuiper et. Word and Sentence. Access information from the internet to complete a table of five minimal pairs with initial. al.Week / Date Topic Introduction to Phonology (lecture 5) English sounds . (1996). (1996).Consonant sounds Introduction to Phonology (tutorial 5) English sounds o Vowel / Diphthong sounds Introduction to Phonology (tutorial 6) English sounds . An Introduction to English Language: Sound. 150 -153.38. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. pp. Word and Sentence. Word and Sentence. Peer evaluation of pronunciation accuracy. p. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. 39-41. 27. p. 5 . al. - Morphology (tutorial 8) Derivational morpheme Inflectional morpheme Allomorphs Prepare a list of examples Discuss and give of free and bound examples of free & morphemes on a poster bound morphemes.Vowel / Diphthong sounds Tutorial ISL WEEK 4 21/1 – 25/1 Read Kuiper et. Discuss and give examples on Access information from the derivational and internet on types of inflectional morphemes and allomorphs morphemes and and provide examples to be allomorphs. p. al. medial and final phoneme differences. Access information from the internet for at least 3 tongue twisters for pronunciation practice in tutorial 5.Consonant sounds WEEK 5 28/1 – 1/2 Morphology (lecture 7) Morphemes: free and bound Morphology (lecture 8) Derivational morpheme Inflectional morpheme Allomorphs Morphology (tutorial 7) Morphemes: free and bound - Read Kuiper et. 24-25. al. Word and Sentence. Present your table of five minimal pairs with initial. Read Kuiper et. medial and final phoneme differences to be presented in tutorial 6 Introduction to Phonology (lecture 6) English sounds . (1996).
pp. identify noun phrase and verb phrase.g. WEEK 6 4/2 – 8/2 Syntax (tutorial 10) Definition of syntax Noun phrase and verb phrase WEEK 7 11/2 – 15/2 Syntax (lecture 11) Phrase structure rules / Tree diagrams Transformational rules/operations Syntax (lecture 12) Clause types Sentence patterns Syntax (tutorial 11) Phrase structure rules / Tree diagrams Transformational rules/operations In pairs. Syntax (tutorial 12) Clause types Sentence patterns In pairs. construct sentences using Prepare for tutorial 12. active to passive. 10/2 – 11/2 Cuti Tahun Baru Cina Choose an active sentence to be transformed into passive voice and one informative statement to be transformed into interrogative form for tutorial 11. Word and Sentence. 237. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. 142 150. Prepare for tutorials 9 and 10. pp. compound words. Read Kuiper et. 274-282.g. al. (1996). 213 – formation (e. Word and Sentence. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. An Introduction to English Conduct language Language: Sound. (1996). 6 . stems and affixes). complete transformational exercises e. Analyse the use of tree diagrams. In groups. al. al. Read Kuiper et.Week / Date Topic Tutorial ISL Morphology (lecture 9) Word structure Word formation processes Syntax (lecture 10) Definition of syntax Noun phrase and verb phrase Morphology (tutorial 9) Word structure Word formation processes Read Kuiper et. pp. Word games on word and Sentence. statements to questions. (1996). clauses and identify the clause types.
Word and Sentence. Word and Sentence. al. Prepare for tutorial 14. TASK B: Pair Work Task 3 (30%) Date Due : 8 March 2013 From the problems identified in task 2. pp. TASK A REVISION: Language and Communication Task1: Compile ISL Tasks (10%) Task 2: (20%) Identify at least two (2) pronunciation problems among primary school pupils. pp. An Introduction to English Language: Sound. Provide examples of polysemy. synonymy. synonymy. synonymy. Read Kuiper et. hyponymy and antonymy Semantics (tutorial 13) Definitions of semantics. hyponymy and antonymy. Present in tutorial 15. Access information from the internet on at least five figurative expressions and provide their meaning. An Intro to English Language: Sound. 274-282. (1996). pragmatics.Week / Date Topic Semantics (lecture 13) Definitions of semantics. synonymy. al. pragmatics. hyponymy and antonymy Tutorial ISL Read Kuiper et. and meaning Denotative and connotative meanings Semantics (lecture 14) Sense and reference: polysemy. WEEK 9 25/2 – 1/3 Present 5 figurative expressions and ask peers to guess their meaning. identify denotative and connotative meanings.240-247 WEEK 8 18/2 – 22/2 From a reading comprehension text. choose one (1) problem and think of suitable pronunciation activities to help pupils improve their pronunciation in the English language Malaysian primary school students. WEEK 10 4/3 – 8/3 REVISION: Phonology 7 . hyponymy and antonymy. Semantics (lecture 15) Figurative expressions Semantics (tutorial) Figurative expressions Access information from the internet on polysemy. Prepare for tutorial 13. and meaning Denotative and connotative meanings Semantics (tutorial 14) Sense and reference: polysemy. Briefly explain why you think the problems exist. (1996). - Access Internet for info. on denotative & connotative meaning.
WEEK 11 11/3 – 15/3 REVISION: Morphology Task 4 (40%) Date Due : 18 March 2013 Select one (1) out of the two activities and present the said activity to your peers and lecturer. Marks will be awarded for a complete and clear explanation of the stages of the activity. Use your own creativity and originality in creating the teaching aids. Marks will be awarded for effective use of the teaching aid/ material you had created. Specify the level of students.Week / Date Topic Tutorial ISL Discuss and come out with two (2) activities that can be done in the classroom to help students to pronounce the words correctly . complete with the teaching aids created. Refer to the scheme of work and syllabus while preparing the given tasks. Write the steps of the activity and state how the teacher will be carrying out the activities with the primary students in the classroom. You are required to use the teaching material / aid you had created in Task 3. Explain the two (2) suitable activities and create appropriate teaching aids to enhance or aid the implementation of the activities in class. WEEK 12 18/3 – 22/3 REVISION: Syntax/ Semantics WEEK 13 MID SEMESTER BREAK 23/3 – 31/3 8 . (15%) Hand in the write—up of the stages of the pronunciation activity . (15%). Marks will be awarded for creativity and originality of aids produced.(20 %) Marks will be awarded for effective presentation of the activity (20 %). The presentation should not be longer than 20 minutes.
Week / Date WEEK 14 Topic Tutorial PRACTICUM 1/4 – 5/4 ISL WEEK 15 PRACTICUM 8/4 – 12/4 WEEK 16 PRACTICUM 15/4 – 19/4 WEEK 17 PRACTICUM 22/4 – 26/4 WEEK 18 Revision 29/4 – 3/5 WEEK 19 Revision 6/5 – 10/5 WEEK 20 EXAMINATION 13/5 – 17/5 WEEK 21 EXAMINATION 20/5 – 24/5 WEEK 22 SEMESTER BREAK 25/5 .16/6 9 .
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