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Name of Course/Module: Bahasa Kebangsaan A Course Code: MPW 1113 Name(s) of academic staff: Akan diisi selepas mendapat kelulusan Rationale for the inclusion of the course/module in the programme: This course is intended to improve

students skills in Bahasa Melayu in accordance to intellect stages.


Semester and Year offered: Semester 1 Total Student Face to Face Learning Time (SLT) L = Lecture T = Tutorial P = Practical O = Others L 28 hours T 21 hours P O 71 hours Total Guided and Independent Learning (28+21)+71=120 hours

120 Hours

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Credit Value: 3 Prerequisite (if any): Nil Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course, students will be able to: 1. To use the language effectively in the form of oral and written. 2. To effectively communicate orally in terms of pronunciation and intonation, grammar, vocabulary, phrases and sentences.
3. To indentify various types of written materials and forth. 4. To express thoughts verbally and in written form in proper and effective language. 5. To summarise details and enhance ideas in manner of order and compact, which is effective in both oral and written. 6. To make compositions of various texts in proper and effective language. 7. To communicate politely in oral and written while maintaining moral values of the Malaysia society. Transferable Skills: This course is aimed so that students could appreciate, experience and have knowledge of personal matters and society issues. Besides that, the ability to be creative and non creative in oral and written is also taken into consideration. Generally, this course is aimed to instill language enrichment for the importance of higher education and career of a student. Teaching-learning and assessment strategy: Self Instructional Course Materials Course material Course guide Textbook Activities, Self-tests and Practice Exercises

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Face-to face teaching learning Tutorial sessions Discussions in class with tutor and peers

Assessment Strategy Continuous Assessment 50% Term End Assessment 50%

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Synopsis:

This course is aims to increase students proficiency and mastery of the Malay language. The emphasis of this course is on expressing thoughts and ideas and communicating effectively in both formal and informal settings. This course also tests the students sensitivity to listening and writing skills at the workplace. 13
Mode of Delivery: Lecture, Tutorial, Workshop, Seminar, etc. Open Distance Learning supported by self-study course materials, textbook, face-to-face tutorials, online

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Learning Management Systems- WawasanLearn, physical and digital library, telephone consultation. Assessment Methods and Types:

1. Continuous Assessment
Tutor-marked Assignment 1 Tutor-marked Assignment 2 Tutor-marked Assignment 3 2. Term End Assessment Total 50% 100% MINOR CONTRIBUTION MAJOR CONTRB UTION 50%

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Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Aims: AIMS 1. To enable the students conquering the language competency, parallel to their intellectual level in communicating effectively, further to express ideas on knowledge, personal thoughts and society issues, officially, creative and non-creative through oral and writing. 2. To instill language enrichment for the importance of higher education and career of a student. 3. To strengthen personal development in terms of workplace skills, values and ethics for loyal citizenry.

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Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes: LEARNING OUTCOMES MINOR CONTRIBUTION

MAJOR CONTRIBUTION

1. To use the language effectively in the form of oral and written. 2. To effectively communicate orally in terms of pronunciation and intonation, grammar, vocabulary, phrases and sentences.
3. To indentify various types of written materials and forth. 4. To express thoughts verbally and in written form in proper and effective language. 5. To summarize details and enhance ideas in manner of order and compact, which is effective in both oral and written. 6. To make compositions of various texts in proper and effective language. 7. To communicate politely in oral and written while maintaining moral values of the Malaysia society.

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Content outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic:

Self-study

Course Guide Unit 1 Pegenalan 1.1 Pengenalan Bahasa Melayu 1.2 DAsar dan Kedudukan Bahasa Melayu 1.3 Status dan Fungsi Bahasa Melayu 1.4 Bahasa dan Budaya Unit 2 Isu Ejaan dan Tatabahasa 2.1 Memahami Sistem Ejaan 2.2 Imbuhan dan 2.3 Struktur dan Pembentukan Ayat Unit 3 Kefahaman 3.1 Prosa moden-Bukan Fiksyen 3.2 Prosa Modem-Fiksyen 3.3 Puisis Klasik dan moden Unit 4 Penulisan 4.1 Penulisan: Ciri-ciri Penulisan 4.2 Penulisan: Jenis Teks Berformat 4.3 Penulisan: Jenis Teks Tidak Berformat
Unit 5 Kominikasi 5.1 Prinsip Sebutan 5.2 Intonasi: Komponen Intonasi 5.3 Intonasi-Pelbagai Jenis Ayat 5.4 Komunikasi lisan: Individu 5.5 Komunikasi Lisan-Berkumpulan Total Hours 28 21 71 120 6 5 11 24.5 4 3 11 18 10 7.5 24 41.5 4 3 11 18 4 3 11 18

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Main references supporting the course: Nik Safiah Karim (1993). Tatabahasa Dewan. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Nik Safiah Karim (2005). Tatabahasa Dewan (Edisi Baru), Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka
Ab. Rahman Ab. Rashid dan Hjh. Wan Som (1995). Bahasa Melayu dalam Komunikasi. Petaling Jaya: Longman Malaysia.

Abdullah Hassan (2006). Linguistik Am Untuk Bahasa Malaysia, Fajar Bakti Sdn Bhd
Ismail Hussein (1991). Sejarah Pertumbuhan Bahasa Kebangsaan Kita. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan dan

Total SLT (hours)

Tutorial

Lecture

Course Materials

Pustaka.

Ab. Rahman Ab Rashid dan Yap Kim Fat (2008). Bahasa Kebangsaan Siri Pendidikan Tinggi, Longman Sdn Bhd

Addional text references Abdullah Hassan. (1980). Linguistik Am untuk Guru Bahasa Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Fajar Bakti.

Noraini Yusoff (2006). Penulisan Berformat, Kuala Lumpur, Pustaka Pertiwi.


Ab. RAhamna, A.R., Yap Kim Fatt (1997). Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi Berkesan dan Perucapan Umum. Petaling Jaya: Longman Malaysia.

Ab. Rahman Ab Rashid dan Hjh. Wan Som (2005). Bahasa Melayu dalam Komunikasi dan Proses Komunikasi, Longman Malaysia.
Zaaba (2000). Pelita Bahsa Melayu I. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Asmah Hj. Omar (2005). Bahasa Laporan, Kuala Lumpur, Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka I.

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Other additional information: Nil.