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FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION

UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SABAH

1. Name of Course/Module: Sejarah China Dan Jepun (1500-1955)


2. Course Code: TH40103
3. Name(s) of academic staff: Dr. Lee Bih Ni
4. Rationale for the inclusion of the course/module in the programme
Kursus ini perlu untuk mendedahkan serta menyediakan bakal guru sejarah dengan sejarah Negara China
dan Jepun antara tahun 1500 hingga 1955. Sejarah China dan Jepun dapat memberi pemahaman yang
lanjut kepada situasi yang berlaku di negara kita pada awal abad ke-20. Pengetahuan ini perlu supaya
satu pandangan yang berkaitan dan holistik tentang sejarah Malaysia dapat diberikan kepada bakal guru
sejarah. Kursus ini juga dicadang diwujudkan untuk menyediakan bakal-bakal guru dengan pengetahuan
sejarah tentang kedua-dua negara China dan Jepun yang terdapat dalam kurikulum Sejarah tingkatan 6.
5. Semester and Year offered: Semester 2, Tahun 2
6. Total Student Learning Face to Face Total Guided and Independent Learning
Time (SLT)
L = Lecture L T P O
T = Tutorial (see Appendix)
P = Practical 28 14 - -
O= Others/Field work
7. Credit Value: 3
8. Prerequisite (if any): Tiada
9. Learning outcomes:

Pada akhir kursus pelajar akan dapat:


1. Memahami latar belakang sejarah negara-negara China dan Jepun daripada sudut yang lebih
komprehensif (P1,C1)
2. Menganalisis reaksi masyarakat tempatan terhadap perluasan kuasa Barat dan kesan kolonialisme
terhadap sistem pemerintahan dan pentadbiran kedua-dua negara tersebut (P3,C4)
3. Membincangkan keadaan selepas negara China dan jepun mendapat kemerdekaan dan usaha
membangunkan negara sebagai kuasa utama dunia selepas era kemerdekaan (P4,C2)

10. Transferable Skills (Skills and how they are developed and assessed, Project and practical
experience and Internship):

 Kemahiran menganalisis, mensintesis dan membuat penjelasan

11. Teaching-learning and assessment strategy

Kuliah, Tutorial, Tugasan individu dan kumpulan dan peperiksaan akhir semester.

12. Synopsis
Kursus ini membincangkan bentuk masyarakat awal di kedua-dua negara ini sehingga mencapai
kemerdekaan. Dengan itu, kursus Sejarah China dan Jepun ini akan membincangkan bentuk-bentuk
masyarakat awal, corak pemerintahan dan pentadbiran dalam masyarakat tersebut, perubahan-
perubahan yang berlaku dalam masyarakat dan pemerintahan yang selanjutnya membawa kepaada
kemajuan dan pembangunan kepada negara. Semuanya dibincangkan berdasarkan 3 skop utama iaitu
sosial, ekonomi dan politik.
13. Mode of Delivery

Kuliah, Tutorial dan Tugasan.

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14. Assessment Methods and Types

Penilaian kursus adalah berdasarkan seperti berikut :


Komponen Pemberatan
Tugasan Individu 20 %
Tugasan Kumpulan dan Pembentangan 40 %
Peperiksaan Akhir Semester 40 %
Jumlah 100 %

15. Content outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic

Bab 1 Pengenalan Sejarah China


Bab 2 Pengenalan Sejarah Jepun
Bab 3 Masyarakat Awal di China dan Jepun
Bab 4 Perkembangan Masyarakat Awal China
Bab 5 Perkembangan Masyarakat Awal Jepun
Bab 6 Institusi Pemerintahan dan Pembesar negara China
Bab 7 Institusi Pemerintahan dan Pembesar negara Jepun
Bab 8 Nasionalisme negara China
Bab 9 Nasionalisme negara Jepun
Bab 10 Pembentukan Negara Bangsa

16. Main references supporting the course

1. Hall, J.W. (1971). Japan: From Prehistory To Modern Times. Tokyo: EC Tuttle Co.
2. Edwin O.R., & Albert, M.C. (1973). Japan: Tradition & Transformation. USA: Houghton Mifflin Co.
3. Rajendran, M. (1988). Sejarah Jepun. Kuala Lumpur: Arena Buku.
4. Vinacke, H.M. (1980). Sejarah Timur Jauh Dalam Zaman Moden. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa &
Pustaka.
5. Yoshihara Kuino. (2002). The Rise of China: Its Effect on East Asia. Bangi: UKM.
6. Dillon, M. (2010). China: A Modern History. London: I.B Tauris.

17. Other additional information

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A) STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)

Face To Face Self Learning Formal


Learning (F2F) Activity Evaluation

Centered
Learning

Non Face To Face Learning / Self


Centered Learning [Ex: Modules,
Student
Lecture Centered Learning

Assessment Preparation

Continuous Evaluation
Assignments and etc]
Practical / Tutorial
Total
Student

SCL Activity

Final Exam
Learning

Revision
Time for
Modules / Topics / each part
No units of study (hour)
1 Pengenalan Sejarah China 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 12
2 Pengenalan Sejarah Jepun 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 10
3 Masyarakat Awal di China dan Jepun 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 13
4 Perkembangan Masyarakat Awal China 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 14
5 Perkembangan Masyarakat Awal Jepun 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 11
6 Institusi Pemerintahan dan Pembesar negara China 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 13
7 Institusi Pemerintahan dan Pembesar negara Jepun 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 12
8 Nasionalisme negara China 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 11
9 Nasionalisme negara Jepun 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 11
10 Pembentukan Negara Bangsa 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 11
11 Lain-lain 2 2
Total Credit Hours 14 14 14 20 14 28 14 2 120

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1/4
Sem
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Course Code
Courses
Sejarah China Dan Jepun
B) COURSE AND PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES MATRIX

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3
Credit
P1

Knowlegde of Discipline Area

Technical skills/ Practical/


P2

Psychomotor
P3

Problem solving and scientifics skills


P4

Communication Skills

Sosial skills and teamworks and


P5

Responsibilities
Value, Attitude, ethics and
P6

professionalisme
Information management and
P7

Longlife learning Skills


Managerial and Entrepreneurial
P8
Program Learning Outcomes (Domains)

Skills
P9

Leadership skills
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Course Code
Course
Sejarah China Dan Jepun
C) COURSE AND HT17 PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES MATRIX

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3
Credit

Apply their knowledge and skills of the


different approaches, techniques and
methodologies in the teaching of the
PEO1

History subject into their professional


settings.

Identify and seek solutions to lHistory


PEO2

teaching and learning problems.

Respond and adapt readily to changing


PEO3

situations using ICT.


Program Educational Objectives

Continue learning independently in the


PEO4

acquisition of new knowledge and skills.


1
No
1/4
Sem
code
TH30503
Course
Course
Sejarah China Dan Jepun
3
Credit
D) COURSE AND HT17 LEARNING OUTCOMES MATRIX

Demonstrate knowledge and skills in


the teaching of the principles of
X

History language teaching and


PO1

learning, linguistics, literature, and


teaching pedagogy.

Demonstrate knowledge,

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understanding and application of
appropriate approaches, techniques
PO2

and methodologies in History


language teaching and learning
processes.

Demonstrate the skills in teaching


X

History effectively, including the


PO3

application of ICT.

Play the role of a community


member effectively and responsibly
X
PO4

in the community in which the


teacher serves.

Develop and practice teaching ethics


PO5

and professionalism.
Learning Outcomes

Communicate ideas, theories,


principles, concepts and knowledge
in History and work in a team in
PO6

various roles in educational


institution settings.
Demonstrate ability in identifying
and solving problem through
PO7

reflective practice and research.

Demonstrate ability in learning


continuously in improving teaching
PO8

quality through various methods and


technologies.

Demonstrate the ability to


disseminate innovative ideas in
PO9

English language education.


E) COURSE AND TAXONOMIES OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Cognitive (Knowledge) Psychomotor (Technical Skill) Affective (Humanity)


domain domain domain

Complex Overt Response

Internalizing value
Guided Responses
Comprehensive

Responding
Mechanism

Origination
Application
Knowledge

Adaptation

Organizing
Perception
Evaluation

Receiving
Synthesis
Analysis

Valuing
Credit
Course

Set
Sem

Code Course
No

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5
1 1/4 TH30503 Sejarah China Dan Jepun 3 X X X

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1
No

1/4
Sem

Code

TH30503
Course
Course

Sejarah China Dan Jepun


F) COURSE AND SOFT SKILL MATRIX

Credit

CS1
CS2
X

CS3
CS4 CS – Communication
CS5 Skill

CS6

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CS7
CS8
CTPS1
CTPS2
X

CTPS3 CTPS – Critical


CTPS4 Thinking Problem
Solving
CTPS5
CTPS6
CTPS7
TS1
TS2
TS3 TS – Team Skill

TS4
TS5
LL1 LL – Information
LL2 Management and Long
Life Learning
LL3
KK1
KK2 KK – Entrepreneurship
KK3 Skill
KK4
EM1
EM – Professional
EM2
Ethics and Moral
EM3
LS1
LS2
LS3 LS – Leadership Skill

LS4