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PROGRAM IJAZAH SARJANA MUDA PERGURUAN (TESL) PENDIDIKAN RENDAH

COURSEWORK
PROGRAMME: PISMP (TESL) NAME:
COURSE : LGA3033E SEMESTER : 4
DATE SET : 22.07.2014 DATE DUE : 02.0.2014
I. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME:
1. Classify types of stories.
2. Determine unique features of the different types of stories.
3. Apply innovative teaching strategies, devices and relevant activities to elicit
students responses to stories.
4. tage a storytelling performance incorporating appropriate
elements!techniques of storytelling.
". #eflect on ones o$n strengths and $ea%nesses as a storyteller.
&his course $or% evaluates all the aforementioned learning outcomes
II. PROJECT O!JECTI"ES:
1. 'dentify and classify different types of stories, highlighting specific and unique
features.
2. Devise innovative activities for selected stories to enhance reader response.
3 Conduct a storytelling session using appropriate techniques.
4. (rite a critical reflection on the storytelling session.
III. PROJECT (100#)
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A. TASK 1($): (20#)
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)ou are to collect samples of *7( 5+--0)0,* .*()8 *8&0. suita*le for use in )ear 3.
Discuss ho$ the personality traits of t$o main characters in these stories help young
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)ou are to select any story you thin% is suita*le for a 7 *( 10 6+,3*0. storytelling
session $ith )ear 3 young learners. )ou may use any props or aids in your session. )ou
should ma%e use of relevant techniques, strategies and craft of storytelling you learnt in
this course.
C. TASK 3: (1;#)
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(rite an overall reflection on the entire course$or%, 2+<+,2 $5505 &)(6+,0,=0 *( */0
.*()8*0''+,2 .0..+(,. )ou should also refer to your readings on storytelling in the
primary classroom. -2... $ords/.
D. A GOOD ASSIGNMENT SHOULD SHOW
1. A clear and critical understanding of the tas%
2. 0riginality in presentation
3. Appropriate language use
E. DETAILED RE>UIREMENTS ?OR THE WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT
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1. Cite the source of the te1t and any references you used, using the A2A format.
2. 3o duplication of assignments from other course$or% is allo$ed.
3. 2lagiarism is strictly prohi*ited.
4. )our $or% must *e type$ritten $ith 1." spacing and font Arial, si4e 11.
". &he cover page should have the follo$ing information5
a. 'nstitute
*. Course 6 Code
c. tudent 3ame
d. 'nde1 num*er and 'C num*er
e. 0ption
f. 7ecturers name
2. )ou should adhere to the deadline. (ithout an approved e1tension of time, late
su*missions $ill *e dealt $ith severely.
3. 0n the $hole, the $eightage of the pro8ect is ".9.
?. MARKING CRITERIA
&he pro8ect $ill *e mar%ed against the mar%ing criteria set for this course$or%.
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