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Subject Outline Template (adapted from the Moodle Commons template)

The subject outline contains:

1. Subject title
2. Subject overview
3. Learning outcomes
4. List of topics
5. Assessment scheme (including rationale)
6. Recommended learning resources
7. Subject schedule

.1 Subject Title
This should be a clear title that tells learners what they will be involved in.


.2 Subject overview
Explain concisely in your statement(s) what the subject is about and how the
overall subject will support student learning in the discipline(s) of the
Provide a holistic view of your subject with coherent information for your
students. It is useful to give details of the background of the subject: the prior
knowledge the students should have, the overall aims of the subject, and/or
how the subject relates to the other subjects in the programme.
Indicate how many hours are included in the subject, which kinds of learning
activities (workshops, online activities) are included and what proportion of the
overall subject the particular activities will occupy.

Subject overview:
Untuk memahami istilah-istilah ilmu hukum dalam bahasa inggris, menghadapi
klien asing seorang lawyer harus menguasai bahasa Inggris secara tertulis
dan verbal agar dapat sejajar dengan bangsa lain, pengacara yang ingin
berkiprah di dunia bisnis global harus meningkatkan kemampuan bahasa
asingnya, menangani kasus dan masalah perusahaan asing dan ekspatriat

.3 Learning outcomes
List 4-5 broad statements of what you hope students will know, be able to do,
or have experienced as a result of taking the subject.
Intended learning outcomes indicate to the students what you expect them to
have learned, i.e., go away with, by the end of the semester or year, and the
reasons why these outcomes are important.

The way that you express the intended learning outcomes should be
consistent with the theoretical underpinnings of the methodological approach
that you will be adopting. What you say here will have obvious connections
with your assessment section. As a subject promoting language learning,
there needs to be clear acknowledgement of both form and meaning in
relevant contexts.

On completion of the subject, students should be able to:

Bertujuan untuk saling berkomunikasi, untuk mencapai bahasa internasional
yang digunakan dalam berkomunikasi terutama dalam ilmu hukum,

.4 List of topics
Highlight the fundamental concepts involved in each topic in order to help
students better understand what is and what is not covered in the subject.
Meanings/purposes Forms/structures

.5 Assessment scheme (including rationale)

Provide a breakdown of internal assessment and final exam (if there is one).
Indicate the main components, what they will test, their weighting or the
percentage that they are worth, and when they are due. Indicate the criteria
by which each piece is to be graded and the grading scheme.
Indicate what is required to pass the subject and also any requirements for
progression. For example:
 Class attendance and participation [xx %]
 Group Project and Presentation [xx %]
 Oral tasks [xx %]
 Written tasks (up to xxx words) [xx %]
 Final Exam [xx %]
Task Description Weight (%)

.6 Recommended learning resources

Learning resources can include textbooks, student workbooks, dictionaries,
sets of links to online resources (including visual resources) or sites for online
activities such as pronunciation practice. It is often helpful to separate these
resources into required and recommended. Include a brief statement for each
item as to why it is needed/required.

Learning resources

.7 Subject schedule
A matrix is a good way to represent a subject schedule including class, date,
topic and requirements so that students can prepare their own learning before
classes. It is useful to highlight important dates for students, including
holidays, dates when assessments are due and/or dates of tests and
Week Date Topic & Activities Requirements/Readings