This course introduces students to general information about Britain, America, and Australia which comprises geography, history, identity, government, parliament, education, culture, economy, and literature. The course also studies how those aspects are reflected in literature. This course aims to broaden the students’ horizon on the discussed topics and encourage them to explore more facts about the countries. The delivery of the materials employs some techniques such as lecturing, discussion, individual work, group work, and presentation. Student’s assessment is based on their participation, paper, presentation, quizzes, and the final test
This unit is meant especially for Indonesian learners of English who have reached the intermediate level of English. The topics to highlight cover (1) the definition and classification of nouns according to their kinds, grammatical distinction, number, gender, and case, (2) noun phrase and compound nouns, (3) the definition and use of definite and indefinite articles, (4) pronouns, (5) concord between subjects and verbs, (6) verbs and verb phrases, (7) adjective and adverb, (8) adjective and adverb phrases. However, note to be considered that, since a clause has not been addressed in this unit, relative and interrogative pronouns, and a noun phrase of which structure is made up from a head word and adjective clause are not included. A noun phrase with more complex modifiers will not be discussed in this unit, either. Whereas the couse is in progress, students are introduced to English punctuation and spelling which are given in dispersal consistent with any topics related.
This course is aimed at
developing students’ knowledge of and ability in having either practical or theoretical English structure at the intermediate level through the receptive or productive use. Hence, it is designed to form the
basis for the four other skills in language learning i.e. listening, reading,
speaking, and writing, which subsequently serve as the foundation for other
disciplines in relation to language and literary studies. In proportion to
the topics addressed in the whole semester, at the end of the course, students are expected to
have acquired: 1.
profound mastery of English structure at the intermediate
level based on the topics offered; 2.
ability to recognize grammatical mistakes and
reconstruct them in proper
skills of constructing idiomatic and accepted English utterances.
This course is aimed at developing students’ knowledge of and ability in having either practical or theoretical English structure at the intermediate level through the receptive or productive use. Hence, it is designed to form the basis for the four other skills in language learning i.e. listening, reading, speaking, and writing, which subsequently serve as the foundation for other disciplines in relation to language and literary studies. In proportion to the topics addressed in the whole semester, at the end of the course, students are expected to have acquired:
1. profound mastery of English structure at the intermediate level based on the topics offered;
2. ability to recognize grammatical mistakes and reconstruct them in proper English;
3. skills of constructing idiomatic and accepted English utterances.
This course focuses in developing a critical understanding of some key practices and examples of essay writing and the multiple kinds of work the essays do, such as commentary, social critique, and memoir. Also this course is aimed to develop awareness of different rhetorical approaches used in essay writing. The goal of the course is oriented on how to produce essays that display clarity of purpose, awareness of audience, and sensitivity of writing mechanics and grammar. Course activities are including weekly paper and presentation, mid-term test and final test. Students are also required to submit one long essay concerning a certain topic in the end of the course. Assessment is based on regular attendance, papers, grades, and personal attitude in attending the course. Critical thinking, sensitivity towards social phenomena, creativity, discipline, and honesty are among skills and attitudes which are to be developed by this course.
The course is aimed at preparing students for TOEFL or ITP test. The topics cover all skills required in TOEFL grammar and written expressions. By the end of the course, students are expected to have mastered the skills and are able to achieve 550 TOEFL score.
Mata kuliah ini bertujuan untuk membekali mahasiswa dengan pengetahuan tentang menulis paragraf yang baik dan benar, baik dari kaidah penulisan maupun ketatabhasaan. Mahasiswa dilatih untuk menuangkan gagasan dalam sebuah paragraf sesuai dengan genre tulisan yang diajarkan. Pengetahuan yang diajarkan meliputi definisi, hakekat dan bentuk paragraf, jenis-jenis (genre) tulisan beserta kaidahnya (rhetorical focus), tata bahasa (grammar focus) dan kosakata (vocabulary). Untuk mencapai tujuan tersebut, materi yang dibahas pada mata kuliah ini difokuskan pada: (1) definisi dan elemen-elemen paragrf, (2) review tenses dan aspek gramar lain yang terkait dengan genre tulisan, dan (3) pengkayaan kosakata melalui teks atau secara independen. Perkuliahan menggabungkan metode ceramah, praktek menulis dan latihan soal, terutama untuk penguatan aspek gramar dan kosakata. Asesmen unutuk mengetahui pencapaian kompetensi dilakukan tes maupun non-tes, tugas menuis mingguan, quiz tentang gramar dan kosakata, serta ujian akhir semester.
Program Magang atau Praktik Kerja atau internship (selanjutnya disebut Magang) Prodi Sastra Inggris, Fakultas Bahasa dan Seni, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta merupakan suatu penugasan bagi mahasiswa untuk bekerja di perusahaan atau lembaga atau instansi selama periode tertentu yang ekuivalen dengan 3 SKS lapangan (600 menit/minggu kerja lapangan, 180 kegiatan terstruktur, dan 180 menit kegiatan mandiri). Magang merupakan kegiatan intra-kurikuler yang mewajibkan mahasiswa untuk melakukan pengamatan dan praktik kerja di perusahaan/lembaga atau instansi. Program magang dilaksanakan pada semester gasal (semester 7). Magang merupakan upaya peningkatan pemahaman, wawasan, dan keterampilan mahasiswa sebagai calon Sarjana Strata Satu, maka semua mahasiswa Fakultas Bahasa dan Seni Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta wajib mengikuti program magang untuk melengkapi kompetensi yang telah diperolehnya selama perkuliahan.
The course aims at providing the students with knowledge about the development of European drama and theatre. The topics are oriented on the history, playwrights and their works and the development of drama and theatre convention. Class activity includes lecturing, discussion, reading and analysing drama texts and reviewing drama performance.
The course is designed to introduce students to English effectively used in business or business-related as well as to introduce them to some real practices of business discourse. Topics include events commonly found in the pre-employment texts and during employment texts. Added to this, the course will also provide students with model texts, essential grammar and vocabulary in contexts. The activities include lecturing, business communication practices (speaking and writing tasks), and discussions. Besides, the course will also give a chance to the students to visit a certain industry related to the business world which enables them to practice their knowledge and skills in the real field of work. The evaluation will be based on assignments, midterm test, final tests and class participation.
Academic Reading improves the skills of understanding texts commonly used in IELTS reading tests and emphasizes the development of independent reading ability by the use of full-scale texts of various disciplines and guiding students in selecting texts or references suitable for the completion of particular tasks, such as oral or written academic presentation. Academic text types should be used in this course. While individual performances are noted, pair and group work should be encouraged. Assessment of success is based on assignments, quizzes, and mid-term as well as final examinations