Advanced English for Academic Communication

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Advanced English for Academic
Communication
UHB2422
http://languageacademy.utm.my/main-courses/
DR ABDUL RAHIM HJ SALAM
Jan 1996
Senior Lecturer
IT Manager
Language Academy
TESL (Ph.D; M.Ed; B.Ed)
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Find someone who…..
• Find, ask questions related to the items below
and fill up the name of someone who.....
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owns an Android phone ………
walks to class ……….
does not smoke ……….
likes cooking ………
plays soccer ……….
plays badminton/tennis/squash ……….
enjoys spicy food ……….
has studied at different universities …….
had represented University/country …….
is from Johor Bahru ……..
Discourages “coupling” activity ……..
• is the eldest in the family ……..
• is the youngest in the family ………..
• considers himself/herself good
looking ………
• has parents who had been to
Mecca ……..
• has been to an English speaking
country ……..
• loves watching movies
(action/drama/comedy)………
• loves computer games ……….
• knows how to handle stress ……….
• exercises at least 3 days a week
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• is married and have kids ……….
UHB1112 STUDENTS INFO
1. Name
2. IC #
3. E-mail
4. Phone number
5. Mail Address (Home College/ Workplace)
6. Results: SPM, MUET, Last English Course
7. Parents’ Occupation
8. X factor
9. 2 topics/issues of your interest
10. Share with your group members about your
topic/an issue of your interest. Decide ONLY THE
BEST SELECTED 2.
DAY 1
PROJECT/COURSE OVERVIEW
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to look for and extract relevant information from various sources.
to collect data through interviews and questionnaire survey.
to integrate and present information (in oral and written form), manage time and interact in group.
1.0 Introduction
1. Find a topic
or problem to
investigate
2. Elaborate
why and how
you will
investigate
3. What could
you expect in
your findings
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COMPONENTS OF
PROPOSAL
Title
Background of the
problem
Problem statement
Objectives of the
research
Research questions
Significance of the
study
Scope
Methodology
Work Schedule
Call to action (urge
to proceed based
on benefits of the
study
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Background of the study
Statement of the problem
Purpose of the study
Objectives of the study
Research questions
Significance of the study
Scope of the study
2.0 Literature Review
2.1
2.2
2.3
[ 1st objective of the study ]
[ 2nd objective of the study ]
[ 3rd objective of the study ]
3.0 Research Methodology
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Introduction
Research Instruments
Respondents of the Study
Research Procedure
Data Analysis
4.0 Findings and Discussion
4.1. Heading of 1st finding
4.2 Heading of 2nd finding
5.0 Conclusion
6.0 Recommendations
Preliminary and supplementary sections
GRADING (SPACE)
No. Assessment
Number % each % total Meeting/
Date
1. Proposal Presentation (group)
2
1
5
5
2. Research Instrument (group)
2
1
10
10
3. Draft 1 (group)
4. Draft 2 (group)
1
10
10
3
1
10
10
4
5. Final Report (group)
6. Oral Presentation (individual)
1
10
10
5
1
10
10
5
10/7 –
31/8
7.
MyLinE
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5
5
8. Final Exam
1
40
40
Overall Total
100
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Name
Matric # & IC #
E-mail
Phone number
Mail Address (Home & College)
Results: SPM, MUET, Last English Course
X-Factor

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