Courses Description Of PBI

Courses Description

PBI17009 Basic Grammar

This course covers basic information on grammatical structure of English. It is a basic knowledge on English grammar. It is a core subject in English Language Education Department

Dr. Luthfi Auni

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Dr. Maskur

Drs. Lukmanul Hakim, MA

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Fitriah, M. Pd

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

PBI17005 Basic Speaking

The course provides basic knowledge on speaking in English. It is a core subject in English Language Education. The speaking course contains basic information on speaking skill.

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

 

PBI17001 Basic Listening

This course covers the basic skills and knowledge of listening including Pronunciation, Stressing and Intonation in English. It also provides the basic principles of listening

Drs. Ayyub, M. Ag

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

Azizah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M Ed

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Chamisah, M. Ed

Muna, MA

PBI17008 Basic Reading

It is one of courses of the Department of English and Teacher Training of Education and Pedagogy Faculty. It is part of core course that must be enrolled by students. After taking the course, the students are expected to have skills in reading comprehension, good comprehension toward texts they read, and close perception to what authors want to send in their writing. Additionally, it is as foundation of the next level of reading comprehension. If they do not undergo it, they will not be allowed to take the next one. It covers some topics during a semester; they are related to some technique of literal reading, recognizing texts types, word recognition skills, recognizing topic and topic sentence, stated main idea, stated details, stated cause and effects, and stated sequences

Dr. Muhammad AR

Dr. Jarjani

Fitriah, M. Pd

Fithriyah, M. Pd

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

PBI17004 Vocabulary and Pronunciation

This course is designed to provide students with the skill to demonstrate the use of various kinds of dictionary, especially to understand its organization and orientation, and its content. To understand about the basic parts of speech in English, and how they function together. To know and be able to implement the various spelling and pronunciation issues that is specific to the English language. To demonstrate skill in analyzing new words, especially words that have affixes and roots. To understand how words interact with each other in a particular context. To understand that words often have multiple meanings, and how those meanings are often affected by their context. To be able to define synonyms and antonyms. To comprehend the difference between literal language usage and figurative language usage, including phrasal verbs, idioms, and puns. To be able to implement various vocabulary building strategies and techniques, and how to create/utilize various study aids to help improve vocabulary knowledge. And to be able to improve pronunciation by learning how to produce, transcribe, and describe in articulator terms sounds in English.

Ayyub, MA

Risdaneva, MA

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Lilis Suadah, MA

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

NurAkmaliah, MA

PBI17014 Intermediate Grammar

The course is the second stage of grammatical structure in English. Students learn more intermediate grammar to understand English more in depth

Dr. Luthfi Aunie

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Dr. Maskur

Drs. Lukmanul Hakim, MA

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Fitriah, M. Pd

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

PBI17011 Intermediate Speaking

The course is the second stage of speaking skill in English. Students learn more intermediate speaking skill to understand English spoken more in depth

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

 

PBI17016 Intermediate Listening

The course is the second stage of listening skill in English. Students learn more intermediate listening skill to understand English text through aural skill more in depth

Drs. Ayyub, M. Ag

Samsul Bahri, MA

Azizah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M Ed

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Chamisah, M. Ed

Muna, MA

PBI17013 Intermediate Reading

The course is the second stage of listening skill in English. Students learn more intermediate listening skill to understand English text through aural skill more in depth

Dr. Muhammad

Dr. Jarjani

Fitriah, M. Pd

Fithriyah, M. Pd

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

PBI17019 Basic Writing

The course provides students’ basic theories on how to write; introducing techniques to generate ideas, recognizing paragraph (introduction; opening remark/attention getter, body; topic sentence, supporting ideas, details, and conclusion/round off). Therefore, students can maintain accuracy in writing.

 

Dr. Mustafa

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. Jarjani

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

PBI17046 English for Islamic Studies

The course contains Islamic issues, which is taught through content based instruction. Students learn Islam, such as the pillars of Islam and other Islamic knowledge through English texts.

Dr. Nashriyah

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal

Dr. Maskur

Dr. Khairiah MHSc. ESL., M. TESOL

Faishal, MA

183PBI610 Advanced Grammar

The course provides substantial background for an understanding of the structure of English for spoken, written, and digital modalities. The readings, activities, and projects are designed for students (often as prospective teachers) to acquire meta linguistic knowledge and understanding of “grammar” as a conceptual, socio-cognitive system.  The course is expressly designed for L2 teachers to teach grammar within the broader framework of discourse

Dr. Luthfi Aunie

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Dr. Maskur

Drs. Lukmanul Hakim, MA

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Fitriah, M. Pd

PBI17024 English Presentation Skills

This course focuses on investigating and understanding the dynamics of communication in second/foreign language instructional settings. Students examine different variables that shape the nature of communication in those classrooms including; the conversational behaviors of teachers and students, how teachers and students use language to think together and build classroom communities, and the quality of classroom interaction and its implications for both student learning and second language acquisition

Dr. Habiburrahim

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

PBI17032 Advanced Listening

Theories and practices underlying the teaching and learning of second language listening. Emphasis on developing the background necessary for graduate students to examine and refine their own pedagogical positions on the teaching of listening

Samsul Bahri, MA. TESOL

Drs. Ayyub, M. Ag

Azizah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M Ed

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Chamisah, M. Ed

Muna, MA

PBI17029 Grammar & Communication

Students successfully completing this course are able to recognize and differentiate the structure of English, seeing how it sounds and functions together to create meaning in sentences. Students will also have the opportunity to stretch and improve their  communication skills as they explore various components of language, and as they transfer learning to the real communication world

Dr. Luthfi Auni

Dr. Maskur

Drs. Lukmanul Hakim

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Fitriah, M. Pd

PBI17034 Public Speaking

Students successfully completing this course are able to deliver a speech fluently and use appropriate ways and strategies in conveying concepts and arguments. Students will also be able to communicate effectively by observing factors influencing the delivery of a speech

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

 

PBI17041 Listening for Academic Purposes

Students need good listening skills to interpret what people are saying in various academic situations. For example, they need to be able to understand the content of a lecture at the speed it is delivered. Presentations also require good listening skills, as do seminars, where students are expected to understand and build on the contributions of others. Other events include tutorials, discussions, meetings with tutors and supervisors, group projects, and informal social interactions. In addition, students need good listening skills to interact with administration staff in the local context. In short, students exchange, discuss and apply critical thinking to a considerable amount of knowledge in oral/aural settings. This course will accommodate these needs.

Samsul Bahri, MA. TESOL

Drs. Ayyub, M. Ag

Azizah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M Ed

Fitriyah, M. Pd

Chamisah, M. Ed

Muna, MA

PBI17059 English Curriculum Development

Students successfully completing this course are able to understand significant theories and concepts in designing and developing curriculum and syllabus, and are able to prepare appropriate teaching and learning resources in accordance with the designated curriculum.  The course will help students to find, understand, and critique the curriculum at schools through analysis of current and historical events and theoretical dialogues. It will offer students the opportunity to explore the curriculum writing process and critically examine current issues in curricula and curriculum theory. Students will examine the personal, political, professional, and corporate interests involved in curriculum development, as well as the complex relationship between curriculum and teaching and learning resources

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Jarjani,

Dr. T. Zulfikar,

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana,

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Dr. Khairiah

PBI17040 Introduction to English Proficiency Tests

An overview of language testing with a focus on the development of teacher-generated tests to measure student’s achievement in a second language.

Siti Khasinah, S. Ag., M. Pd

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Rahmat Yusny, M. TESOL

Risdaneva, MA

PBI17036 Introduction to English Literature

The student is able to understand several theories regarding to literature in general and English in particular as well as the literary work such as poetry, prose and poem, drive the student to have the ability in reciting poetry and poem and perform it in from of the class by using a good performance

Dr. M. Nasir, M. Hum

Dr. phil., Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Khairiah MHSc. ESL., M. TESOL

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Nurakmaliah, MA

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

 

183PBI611 Media Translation *

Students know general theory of translation, types and problems of translation; students are able to translate standard/simple text into bahasa especially Islamic texts

Dr. Syarwan

Dr. phil., Saiful Akmal, MA

Ika Kana Trisnawati, MA., M. Ed

Yuliar Masna, M.TESOL

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Mulia, M. Ed

183PBI612 English For Tourism*

This course is specifically designed to help professionals in the international tourism industry to improve their English communication skills as well as their international tourism techniques. This course will give students a wider understanding of the international tourism sector as well as equip them with useful soft skills when dealing with clients.

 

Dr. Saiful Akmal

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

 

 

PBI17056 Computer Assisted Language Learning

Computer Assisted Language Learning is a subject prepared for Second year students of Department of English. This subject provides discussions as well as practices of learning about concept of innovative language teaching using current ICT (Information, Communications and Technology), promoting autonomous learning, variations of learning types that will utilize maximum use of Computer application and Internet, and also strategies and ways to develop an interesting language class using various affordable software. Aligned with its aim, the rationale of this course given for the second year students is also to prepare students for future requirement in academics life such as requirements for Computer and Internet research mastery and the need in further advanced subjects in designing and developing learning materials

Rahmat Yusni, M. TESOL

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

Dr. Jarjani, MSc., MS

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ed

PBI17049 Translation and Interpretation Studies

This course includes theories of translation; history of translation during the Islamic golden ages; advantages of translation; life of Prophet Muhammad and other Islamic studies materials or related materials; important issues on education; current  issues of human rights; issues on environment; current issues on economics and politics

Dr. Syarwan

Ika Kana Trisnawati, MA., M. Ed

Yuliar Masna, M.TESOL

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Mulia, M. Ed

PBI17037 Academic Writing

This course serves as an intensive writing course. We will be trying to understand what it means to read and write about different kinds of writing styles and various activities within academic community. With the support of your classmates and instructor, this class will help develop the kind of critical thinking and writing skills that are crucial to the work that will be demanded to your future years at UIN Ar-Raniry and also the works that you will need to have outside the academic community

Dr. Jarjani, M.Sc., MA

Dr. Mustafa, MA

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

PBI17033 Academic Reading

Following a brief history of reading instruction and models of literacy, this course focuses on practical approaches to teaching and assessing reading with different populations of students, including children, adolescents, and adults. In addition, the course examines: teaching reading for academic and special purposes; vocabulary development; the use of literature in the language classroom; and the development of digital literacy

Dr. Muhammad AR

Dr. Jarjani, M.Sc., MS

Fitriah, M. Pd

Fithriyah, M. Pd

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

Rita Hermida, M. Pd

PBI17052 English Course Design

This course will provide students with an experience in designing an effective english course. It is designed for students majoring in Education to meet the requirement of an English teacher that aims at providing sufficient information on how to design an English course, write the instructional objectives, select the appropriate method, media and appropriateassessment tools. Various models of instructional design are also introduced. This course also emphases on designing a lesson plan based on current curriculum.Some current issues in English language course design either nationallly or internationally are brought into discussion in this class to prepare the students to the real world of language instructional design

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ag., M. Ed

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

PBI17045 Introduction to Linguistics

This course provides a survey of major areas of applied linguistics: language teaching and learning, second language acquisition, English as a Lingua Franca, language and identity, language in professional contexts, and critical applied linguistics. In addition to learning about the major areas of applied linguistics, students are expected to develop critical reading abilities, assessing the nature of the evidence in support of various theoretical positions and research methodologies.

Risdaneva, MA

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Nur Akmaliah, MA

Rahmat Yusny, M. TESOL

PBI17043 English Teaching Methodology

This course will introduce students to the world of English language Teaching and Learning. It is designed for students majoring in Education to meet the requirement of an English teacher that aims at providing sufficient information on how to teach, to design, and to assess. Various ways of teaching english language skills are also introduced. This course also introduce an overview of the theoritical issues in English language learning and teaching. It also investigates the development of different approaches and methods in language teaching. Some current issues in English  language learning and teaching either nationallly or internationally are brought into discussion in this class to prepare the students to the real world of English language teaching.

Dr. Khairiyah, MH.Sc. ESL., M.TESOL

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Dr. Nashriyah, MA

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Faishal, MA

Muna, MA

PBI17066 Sociolinguistics*

The study of language in relation to social factors, including differences of regional, class, and occupational dialect, gender differences, and bilingualism.

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Rahmat Yusni, M. TESOL

Risdaneva, MA

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

 

PBI17063 English for Young Leaners *

This course aims to address issues related to theories of learning, the learning strategies of young children, teaching-learning activities, the classroom methods and techniques to be used when teaching English to young learners; the development of games, songs and visual materials and their use in teaching and assessment of young English learners

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Dr. Nashriyah, MA

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Azizah, M. Pd

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

PBI17068 English for Business*

Business English is the type of English used in business contexts, such as international trade, commerce, finance, insurance, banking, and many office settings. It entails expectations of clarity, particular vocabulary, and grammatical structures. Here’s a quick review of some of the features of professional business communication

Dr. Safrul muluk

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

PBI17061 Cross-cultural Understanding

This course serves as an introduction to cross-cultural understanding among people of different cultures. As the cultures are so diversely different, people from each culture behave and interact differently due to their different beliefs, values, viewpoints, and ways of life. These different entities, often times, create tensions, confusions, misunderstanding, and even negative cultural stereotypes among people of different ethnic groups when communicating. To reduce the risk of experiencing such kinds of uncomfortable encounters, we need to build more cultural sensitivity by learning others’ and introducing our cultures to each other as what this course is trying to achieve

 

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Nur Akmaliah, MA

Rahmat Yusny, M. TESOL

PBI17051 Introduction to Research Methods in ELT

This a core subject in the Department of English Language Education, since it helps student to develop their research proposal. In this course, the students will learn how to generate research problem effectively. The course also discusses the nature of qualitative and quantitative research paradigm. Students also identify different ways of conducting research. Finally, this course also helps students to develop research proposal

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Dr. Habiburahim

Dr. Nashriyah

Dr. Khairiah

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

Dr. Jarjani

PBI17055 Instructional Media

This course is designed to provide students with considerable knowledge of instructional media in general and EFL instructional media, and how to design communicative EFL instruction and how to plan to evaluate its effectiveness. Its practicality lies on that it helps develop the students’ skills in designing communicative EFL instruction and its evaluation

 

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ed

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Khairiah, MHSc.ESL., M. TESOL

PBI17048 English Language Assessment

This course will introduce students to the world of testing and evaluation in English language teaching. It is designed for students majoring in Education to meet the requirement of an English teacher that aims at providing sufficient information on how to evaluate, to assess, and to test an individual’s ability in a certain domain. Various ways of assessing english language skills are also introduced. This course also emphasis on basic concepts in testing, fairness in testing, development of a language test, testing types, analyses of test and test items, and grading process. Some current issues in language assessment either nationallly or internationally are brought into discussion in this class to prepare the students to the real world of language assessment.

Rahmat Yusni, M. TESOL

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

Dr. Jarjani, MSc., MS

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ed

PBI23605 English for Academic Purposes

The course is designed to enable students to use English effectively in the academic contexts they will encounter in their studies. The   main emphasis is on improving students’ confidence and   competence in using English in these contexts

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Khairiah, MHSc. ESL., M. TESOL

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ed

Muna, MA

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

PBI23606 Contemporary Issues in Islamic Studies

The course highlights contemporary issues in Islamic world. Issues in economics, education, history and other issues in the Islamic world. It is the core subject in which all students are required to take as one of the prerequisite for graduate.

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Nashriyah

Dr. Maskur

Dr. Luthfi Auni

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Faishal, MA

PBI17057 Communication Management *

Communication management is a course designed to develop communication skill in broader perspective of students after graduating from English Department. Students are expected to bridge knowledge and skills from speaking courses they took in previous semesters

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Habiburrahim

PBI23608 Trends and Issues in TEFL*

Students learn the foundations of communicative language teaching to non-native speakers in multicultural and homogenous classrooms. Topics include content-based instruction, curriculum development, materials adaptation, lesson planning and execution, and assessment. Students gain both a theoretical grounding and hands-on experience with scaffolding content for language learners, and with developing learner strategies.  Participants acquire and practice the skills needed to teach English to students of all ages and abilities. Class includes a 30-hour supervised field experience.

Dr. Khairiah, MHSc. ESL., M. TESOL

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Rahmat Yusni, M. TESOL

Samsul Bahri, M. TESOL

PBI23609 Intro to Entrepreneurship*

The course deals with the nature and environment of entrepreneurship and the risks involved in formulating initiatives and commercial technologies. It discusses the details of business planning, develops the student’s skills in start-ups, and provides an in-depth analysis of data and information. The course teaches the student how to identify opportunities, protect intellectual property, and form market assessments. Students learn about organizational structure and financing, while they develop an idea into a new product or service. The course is built around an applied project in conjunction with lectures and discussions on the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. All of the material will relate to the opportunities to  develop service in the area of English language learning

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Mulia, M. Ed

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

PBI17062 Micro Teaching

This course is designed to provide instructional support and professional mentoring as students complete their MA TESL practicum experience.

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. Habiburrahim, MS

Dr. Syarifah Dahliana, M. Ed

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Khairiah, MHSc.ESL., M. TESOL

PBI17067 Innovation & Creativity in English Language Teaching

The course provides information on various ways of teaching English. Students will gain information on methods and strategies in teaching English.

Dr. Khairiah

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Dr. Habiburrahim

Dr. Nashriyah

Qudwatinnisak, M. Ed

Siti Khasinah, M. Pd

Faishal, MA

Muna, MA

PBI17064 Discourse Analysis

This course provides an introduction to discourse analysis, which is concerned with the way in which texts are organized in relation to their social context. In this course, the term ‘discourse’ covers both a) language in use, and b) a particular way of representation of the social world

Dr. Mustafa

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Risdaneva, MA

Fera Busfina Zalha, MA

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

PBI17053 Quantitative and Qualitative Studies in ELT

This course is designed to make EFL students understand the basic concept in writing a good thesis. Therefore, the course will cover some components needed in producing a good thesis. It starts with the general ideas on planning the research. It then covers steps and strategies to select a topic. The course also offers some insights on how to develop thesis through giving ideas on how to write each chapter of the thesis. It also discusses procedures in referencing, quotation, paraphrasing, and also flag students on how to avoid plagiarism. The course also helps students to have ideas on how to do self-editing of their thesis

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Dr. Habiburahim

Dr. Nashriyah

Dr. Khairiah

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Khairil Razali, MA., MS

Dr. Jarjani

 

PBI17065 Leadership and Management*

This course introduces students to mainstream concepts of leadership and management. It is designed to give an opportunity for students to explore various ideas regarding leadership and management by reviewing and arguing the existing mainstream concepts. It is expected that through the discussion process during the whole course, students are able to justify any concepts they want to adopt.

Alfiatunnur, M. Ed

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. T. Zulfikar, M. Ed

Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Habiburrahim

183PBI613 Translation Tools and Project *

This course contains information on tools and also media used in translation. It is an elective course in the department of English Language Education.

Dr. Syarwan

Dr. Saiful Akmal, MA

Ika Kana Trisnawati, MA., M. Ed

Yuliar Masna, M.TESOL

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Mulia, M. Ed

183PBI614 Issues in Literary and Cultural Translation *

This is an elective course, which allows students to acquire high level of competency in translation. Students are able to use the ability gained from this course to become professional translators and interpreters.

Dr. Syarwan

Dr. Saiful Akmal, MA

Ika Kana Trisnawati, MA., M. Ed

Yuliar Masna, M.TESOL

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Rahmi Fhonna, MA

Mulia, M. Ed

PBI17069 Practicum

This course gives spaces for students to practices their instructional skills. This course is very important as it helps students gain practical experience on how to perform effective teaching.

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Dr. phil, Saiful Akmal, MA

Amiruddin, M. Pd

Fitriah, M. Pd

 

PBI17070 B. Ed Thesis

Students’ final project. All students should conduct research and write the thesis as the final requirement for them to graduate.

Dr. T. Zulfikar

Dr. phil, Saiful Akmal, MA

Dr. Safrul Muluk

Dr. Mustafa