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English for General Purposes
Bagian ini mencakup kajian Bahasa Inggris dasar yang terdiri dari kelas-kelas kata, frasa, klausa dan kalimat, tense, dll.
graph TD S[SENTENCE] NP1[Noun Phrase] Det1[Determiner] NP2[Noun Phrase] Det2[Determiner] Conj[Conjunction] NP3[Noun Phrase] VP[Verb Phrase] V[Verb] Verb[Attend] NP4[Noun Phrase] Det3[Determiner] N1[Noun] N2[Noun] N3[Noun] Determiner1[The] Determiner2[The] Determiner3[The] Conjunction[and] Noun1[Lecturer] Noun2[Students] Noun3[Class] S-->NP1 S-->VP NP1-->NP2 NP1--->Conj Conj-->Conjunction NP1-->NP3 NP2-->Det1 Det1-->Determiner1 NP2-->N1 N1-->Noun1 NP3-->Det2 Det2-->Determiner2 NP3-->N2 N2-->Noun2 VP--->V V-->Verb VP-->NP4 NP4-->Det3 Det3-->Determiner3 NP4-->N3 N3-->Noun3
Word classes, or parts of speech, categorize words based on their role in a sentence. Learning about word classes helps you understand how words work together, improves your vocabulary, enhances reading comprehension, and strengthens your writing skills. It's essential for effective communication in any language.
Phrases are groups of words that work together to convey meaning but do not have a subject and a predicate. Learning about phrases helps you understand how words are organized in sentences and how to construct clear and varied sentences in your writing. It also improves your reading comprehension and helps you become a better writer by allowing you to create well-structured and coherent sentences.
Clauses & Sentences
A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb and expresses a complete thought. A sentence, on the other hand, is a group of words that contains at least one independent clause and expresses a complete idea. Learning about clauses and sentences is essential for effective communication in any language. Understanding clauses helps you grasp the basic building blocks of sentences, enabling you to construct coherent and grammatically correct statements. By studying sentence structure, you gain the ability to convey your thoughts clearly, organize your ideas logically, and express complex concepts. Moreover, a strong command of clauses and sentences enhances your reading and listening comprehension, allowing you to understand and interpret written texts and spoken language more effectively. Ultimately, mastering clauses and sentences empowers you to become a confident and proficient communicator.
Tenses & Aspects
Tense refers to the time of an action or event (past, present, or future), while aspect refers to the way the action or event is viewed or experienced (such as ongoing, completed, or repeated). Learning tense and aspect is important because they play a fundamental role in understanding and expressing actions and events in language. They help you convey when something happened, is happening, or will happen, as well as the duration, completion, or repetition of those actions. By mastering tense and aspect, you can communicate more accurately and effectively, conveying the intended meaning and timeline of events in your writing and speech.
timeline title Tenses Timeline Past : Past Perfect : Past Continuous : Simple Past : Past Perfect Continuous Present : Present Perfect : Simple Present : Present Continuous : Present Perfect Continuous Future : Simple Future : Future Continuous : Future Perfect : Future Perfect Continuous
English for Specific-Academic Purposes
Academic text production addresses the presentation and the dissemination of scholarly-processed and scientific-based findings and results of academic discourses1.
English Proficiency Test
Neurolinguistics & Psychologuistics
Psycholinguistics is the discipline that investigates and describes the psychological processes that make it possible for humans to master and use language2. It simply addresses the questions of how speakers put pre-linguistic concepts into words, and then combine these words to larger units in order to produce the oral or written output, and how a listener parses the auditory or visual input into meaningful units and arrives at an understanding of the input3.
Semantics & Pragmatics
Broadly known, semantics is defined as the study of meaning4 while pragmatics covers how utterances – with all their linguistic and non-linguistic properties – are understood5. While semantics relies on literal meaning, pragmatics heavily relies on context6.
Pedagogical Approaches and Methods
Research Design & Methodology
Research design mengacu pada rencana atau strategi keseluruhan yang digunakan untuk mengatur dan menjalankan penelitian. Ini mencakup struktur dan rencana umum yang akan diikuti dalam penelitian. Research design melibatkan pemilihan dan pengorganisasian elemen-elemen penting dalam penelitian, seperti tujuan penelitian, pertanyaan penelitian, metode pengumpulan data, ukuran sampel, dan analisis data. Selanjutnya, research methodology mengacu kepada pendekatan sistematis dan metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian. Ini mencakup langkah-langkah konkret yang diambil oleh peneliti untuk mengumpulkan, menganalisis, dan menafsirkan data. Metodologi penelitian melibatkan teknik-teknik yang diterapkan dalam penelitian, alat-alat pengumpulan data, pendekatan analisis, dan interpretasi temuan.
- Case Study: Comparative Case Study Design
- Case Study: Intrinsic Case Study Design
- Case Study: Single Case Study Design
- Formulasi Problem Statements & Research Questions
- Grounded Theory Coding
- Instructional Design: 4D Model
- Menyusun Literature Review Skripsi, Tesis & Disertasi
- Needs Analysis
- Ontologi, Epistemologi, & Aksiologi
- Paradigma Penelitian
- Quasi-experimental Design: Interrupted Time Series Design
- Quasi-experimental Design: Nonequivalent Control Group Design
- Quasi-experimental Design: Pretest-Posttest Design
- Quasi-experimental Design: Propensity Score Matching Design
- Quasi-experimental Design: Regression Discontinuity Design
Stolze, R. (2004). Quality in academic text production. Perspectives, 12(1), 11–19. doi:10.1080/0907676x.2004.9961487 ↩︎
Ratner, N. B., & Gleason, J. B. (2004). Psycholinguistics. Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 1199–1204. doi:10.1016/b978-008045046-9.01893-3 ↩︎
Klabunde, R. (2001). Computational Psycholinguistics. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2465–2470. doi:10.1016/b0-08-043076-7/00542-8 ↩︎
Hurford, J.R., Heasley, B., & Smith, M.B. (2007). Semantics: A Coursebook. Cambridge University Press. ↩︎
Wharton, T. (2009). Pragmatics and Nov-verbal Communication. Cambridge University Press. ↩︎
Cruse, A. (2006). Meaning in Language: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics. Oxford University Press. ↩︎