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Orientating Independent Language Learning

Facilitator: Sarah Sutton
Theme:  Orientating Independent Language Learning
Content: Students’ autonomous language learning within healthy classroom environments has been argued that self-determination theory of intrinsic motivation, high perceived competence and academic achievement enable students to promote self-autonomy orientation. Researchers in social psychology and education have recognized the essential motivation as an unquestionable factor for successful second language learning. As a matter of fact, affective variables, such as attitude, orientations, anxiety, and motivation, have been stated to be at least as important as language aptitude for promoting language achievement (Gardner, 1985). In line with Balcikanlı (2008), learner-centered, resource-based, technology-based, and communicative approaches have been clearly designated as students’ responsibility and proactive language learning in EFL particular environments so as to meet the necessary conditions of language learning efficacy.

Learners become perplexed when identifying themselves to be disadvantaged in classroom activities. This has been particularly indicated in ‘self-feeling introvert attitude’ towards classroom on-going learning processes. A teacher, on the other hand, may recognise the individuals in a large class, as they are mentally detached from classroom group work controls. Granger & Levine (2010) state that advisory control refers to advice or suggestions generated by learning that are intended to help guide learners through the course but which learners may adopt or not at their discretion.

As will be highlighted in Question and Answer session in the meeting (13 May 2015), control over these aspects of the learning environment are often expected or assumed to be advantageous for learners.

Learners’ control indicated by Granger & Levine above and the considerable fluctuation in learners’ motivational dispositions exhibited on an almost day-to-day basis, which led to attempts to reframe the concept in process-oriented terms (Dornyei, Henry & MacIntyre, 2014) shows that weaker students are highly likely to be involved in classroom activities since the activities enable themselves to actively play roles of communication exchanges, plan a learning-based groupwork, implement work-related individual’s roles, monitor one and another during activities, and evaluating learning orientation. As drawn by Karatas, H., Alci, B., Yurtseven, N., & Yuksel, H. G. (2015), their present study suggests that ELT classes must be designed to promote the facilitation of students’ perceptions of autonomy to promote students’ intrinsic motivation and academic achievement. In addition to increasing the comprehensiveness of autonomy and motivation theories, a better understanding of students’ perceptions of the sources of autonomy and intrinsic motivation and their relative importance can have applied benefits.

KEGIATAN KEMAHASISWAAN “ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PROFICIENCY”

MUSICAL ENGLISH DRAMA CRITERIA

  1. Tema Drama FREE.
  2. Drama dalam Bahasa INGGRIS dan dilakukan secara SPOKEN (tidak lipsync).
  3. Durasi waktu maksimal 25 menit. (5 menit persiapan, 20 menit tampil)
  4. Peserta menyediakan kebutuhan dan perlengkapan properti sendiri.
  5. Drama tidak boleh mengandung SARA.
  6. Sound system disediakan panitia.
  7. sound tract disesuaikan dengan alur cerita. Sound tract tidak harus berbahasa Inggris.
  8. Keputusan juri tidak bisa diganggu gugat
  9. Peserta dari perwakilan masing-masing Jurusan (Maksimal 1 Jurusan 2 TIM Drama)

Kriteria penilaian meliputi :

Bentuk (10 point)

a.    Menampilkan babak tertentu, seperti : prolog, epilog, monolog, dll.

b.    Drama berkesinambungan

Isi (30 point)

a.    Antara tema dan konsep relevan

Penyajian (60 point)

a.    Penghayatan peran

b.    Kelancaran dialog

c.    Kostum

d.    Dekorasi back ground

KRITERIA LOMBA SHOOTING IKLAN

  1. Peserta menyerahkan hasil iklan dalam bentuk (cd) ke panitia terakhir tanggal 5 Mei 2015 pukul 15.00 WIB
  2. Peserta wajib hadir untuk melihat hasil karyanya.
  3. Peserta membawa laptop dan perangkat terkait sendiri
  4. Panitia hanya menyediakan LCD, dan Sound system
  5. Durasi iklan maksimal 5 menit
  6. Topik iklan bebas
  7. Iklan tidak boleh mengandung SARA
  8. Back sound iklan tidak harus berbahasa Inggris, tetapi Percakapan di iklan harus berbahasa Inggris.
  9. Percakapan di iklan bisa diberi variasi bahasa lain, seperti Arabic, mandarin, dll.
  10. File peserta menjadi hak milik dan arsip panitia.
  11. Peserta dari perwakilan masing-masing Jurusan (Maksimal 1 Jurusan 5 TIM IKLAN)

Kriteria penilaian meliputi :

Editing (30 point)

Isi (30 point)

Penyajian (40 point)

KRITERIA LOMBA WRITING

  1. TEMA: Tourism Spot (Liputan liburan di seluruh dunia), Sightseeing (Liputan tempat wisata yang belum pernah dikunjungi atau sangat unik di Malang), Hobby (segala macam aktifitas yang bisa menjadi hobby atau hobby yang disarankan), Students’ Corner (Segala macam keunikan dalam kehidupan mahasiswa). Setiap peserta diwajibkan mengorientasikan tujuan penulisan artikelnya untuk diterbitkan di majalah Landscape.
  2. SYARAT: Originalitas (Tidak boleh copy paste dari artikel manapun), tulisan diketik dalam bentuk softcopy (A4, spasi 1,5, font Times New Roman 12, margin 3-4-3-3, disimpan dalam MS Word-Rich Text Format (.rtf)), tulisan berupa teks deskriptif-recount-exposition, tulisan kurang lebih 600-700 kata, DILARANG membawa konsep tulisan.
  3. PELAKSANAAN LOMBA: Lomba dilaksanakan tanggal 4 Mei 2015 pukul 15.00
  4. RUBRIK PENILAIAN meliputi: Grammar, diksi, genre teks, dan koherensi. (Teks akan dinilai oleh 3 penilai secara berbeda secara objektif)
  5. Hasil karya peserta akan menjadi hak penuh panitia lomba.
  6. Segala macam pelanggaran dari ketentuan berakibat diskualifikasi & KEPUTUSAN PANITIA TIDAK BISA DIGANGGU GUGAT

PESERTA ATAU PERWAKILAN TIM WAJIB HADIR SAAT TECHNICAL MEETING PADA TANGGAL 27 APRIL 2015

 

RUNDOWN KEGIATAN

“ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PROFICIENCY”

 

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TANGGAL

KEGIATAN

KETERANGAN

1

20 – 24 April 2015

Pendaftaran Pendaftaran di masing-masing dosen B.Inggris II atau Bahasa Inggris Intensif II atau langsung ke kesekretariatan PPBI

2

27 April 2015

Technical Meeting Seluruh perwakilan Jurusan wajib menghadiri Technical Meeting. Tempat di Lab.PPBI

3

4 Mei 2015

Writing Competition Aula Lantai 3 Gedung C Pusat Bahasa dan Ruang Kelas Lantai 3

4

5 Mei 2015

Penyerahan CD Iklan Diserahkan ke panitia di PPBI

5

6 – 8 Mei 2015

Musical DramaClosing Ceremony Aula Lantai 3 Gedung C Pusat Bahasa dan Ruang Kelas Lantai 3

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