REDESIGNING A COMPETENCY-BASED SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A CASE STUDY AT UNISBANK SEMARANGDINAMIKA BAHASA DAN BUDAYA (2013)
AbstractAbstract This study is about redesigning the competency-based syllabus of English for Information Technology at Faculty of Information Technology UNISBANK Semarang of which the graduates are supposed to be able to speak English in accordance with the scientific field. This is an exploratory descriptive qualitative research because it will address issues defined by exploration and describe the symptoms to redesign the English syllabus for Information Technique Faculty Program to be competency-based syllabus. The finding of redesigning syllabus for Informatics Technique Program is a competency- based curriculum and give weight SKS, especially English into at least 4 credits to accommodate the interests of students who want a special competence in English informatics techniques. The competency standards are successfully identified is that, after completing the course in English, students can be experts in all four language skills. Competency standards will be further decomposed into basic competencies for each learning unit.
Publication DateJanuary 19, 2013
Citation InformationSugeng Purwanto and Wienny A. "REDESIGNING A COMPETENCY-BASED SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A CASE STUDY AT UNISBANK SEMARANG" DINAMIKA BAHASA DAN BUDAYA Vol. Vol 8 Iss. No. 1 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sugeng_purwanto/5/