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ENGLISH 2
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School of Education & Languages Name: Ms Nazirah Md Yusof Email:[email protected] my Course Lecturer
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Focuses on .... Learning Reading Writing Listening Speaking
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Learning Outcomes To enhance their listening skills in academic contexts such as lectures, seminars, presentations, talks and discussions, etc. To participate in academic seminars, presentations, talks and discussions. Speak and write fluently in the academic contexts as well as in respond to questions or when having a conversation Write accurately and appropriately the various types of texts such as essays, reports, term papers, and summaries using appropriate conventions.
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Assessment (Day Class) Type of Assessment Weightage % Date Exam 40% December 16 Assessment 10% To be decide Group Presentation (Individual marks) 15% 24/11/2016 1/12/2016 8/12/2016 Group Assignment 20% ongoing Participation & Attendance 15% Week 1-14 * Subject to change.
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Participation (10%) Marks will be provided for learners who are active and participative in class. Attendance (5%) Marks will be provided for learners who attend classes as instructed. Participation & Attendance (10%)
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Assessment (10%) You are require to answer a set of questions given in Blackboard.
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