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LOGO PT UNIVERSITAS BRAWIJAYA

FAKULTAS ILMU BUDAYA


JURUSAN PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS
PROGRAM STUDI S-1

Course Outline
Subject Code Subject Credits Semester Date
DRAMA FOR ELT SPE 4206 2 V August 2018
Authorized by Lecturer Course Coordinator Head of Study Program
Irene Nany K., M.Li Irene Nany K., M.Li Dr. Ive Emaliana, M.Pd

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Learning Outcomes Study Program Learning Outcomes
1. Students comprehend the history of drama, along with its genres and developments.
2. Students are able to identify the elements of drama.
3. Students are able to develop teaching media using drama.
Course Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course students are able to acknowledge the construction of drama, including its intrinsic and
extrinsic elements and to be able to produce teaching media using drama.
Course Description This course aims at helping the students of English Language Education Program to arrive at a better
understanding of the construction and the meaning of drama comprehensively (literary, technical, performance).
Furthermore, this course is meant to provide overview to the students to consider drama as a media in language
learning.
Course Topics 1. Definition and history of drama
2. Intrinsic elements of drama.
3. Drama and Language Teaching
References Main
1. Baldwin, Patrice and Kate Fleming. 2003. Teaching Literacy through Drama: Creative Approach. London:
Routledge Farmer.
2. Lazar, Gillian. 1993. Literature and Language Teaching. Cambridge University Press.
Additional
3. Gianetti, Louis. 2007. Understanding Movies 11th edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
4. Monaco, James. 2000. How to Read a Film 3rd edition. New York: Oxford.
Learning Media Software: PPT, MKV Hardware: LCD, Audio
Team Teaching -
Pre-requisite Introduction to English Literature
Meeting Expected Learning Outcome Indicators Criteria and Types of Teaching Method Teaching Materials and Score
Assessment (including Time Learning Sources Weighting
Allotment)
1 The students are expected to Students share their The students share Introduction, Syllabus 10%
Distributing
have comprehensive learning preferences. their learning
materials,
orientation on the course. preferences. Groups
Forming

2 Students are expected to have Students comprehend the Students deliver their Definitions of drama, 10%
Explanation and and its genre
understanding of the history of history of drama and its definition of drama and
Discussion.
drama and its genres. genres. its genres.
3-7 Students are expected to Students are able to Students identify the Explanation, Character, plot, theme, 10%
Discussion, and setting (lighting, props,
understand about intrinsic identify the intrinsic intrinsic elements in
Assignment costume), dialogue,
elements of drama elements of drama certain drama/movie. etc.

MID – TERM TEST


8 Students are expected to 1. Students are able to Students recognize the Action, actor, 10%
define Action and
recognize the relation of actor role of Action and Actor Watching Movie
Actor
and action in drama. 2. Students are able to in drama/movie. and Discussion
recognize blocking in
drama/play
9 QUIZ 15%
10 Students are expected to Students are able to Students Presentation and Developing teaching 10%
develop/design a play consultation media using drama.
develop the dramatic elements develop dramatic
into teaching media for
English teaching and
into teaching media for English. elements into media for learning.
language learning.
11 Students are expected to Students are able to Students Presentation and Developing teaching 10%
develop/design a play consultation media using drama.
develop the dramatic elements develop dramatic
into teaching media for
into teaching media for English. elements into media for English teaching and
learning.
language learning.
12 Students are expected to Students are able to Students Presentation and Developing teaching 10%
develop/design a play consultation media using drama.
develop the dramatic elements develop dramatic
into teaching media for
into teaching media for English. elements into media for English teaching and
learning.
language learning.
13 Students are expected to Students are able to Students Presentation and Developing teaching 10%
develop/design a play consultation media using drama.
develop the dramatic elements develop dramatic
into teaching media for
into teaching media for English. elements into media for English teaching and
learning.
language learning.
14 Students are expected to Students are able to Students Presentation and Developing teaching 10%
develop/design a play consultation media using drama.
develop the dramatic elements develop dramatic
into teaching media for
into teaching media for English. elements into media for English teaching and
learning.
language learning.
FINAL EXAMINATION
Assessment System:

There are five elements of evaluation as giving score:

1. Attendance and class participation (A) : 10 %


2. Quizzes (Q) : 15 %
3. Assignments and Presentations (Ass & P) : 20 %
4. Midterm test (MT) : 25 %
5. Final test (FT) : 30 %

81 – 100 = A 4,0 76 – 79 = B+ 3,5 61 – 70 = C+ 2,5 45 – 50 = D 1,0

71 – 75 = B 3,0 56 – 60 = C 2,0 51- 55 = D+ 1,5 0 – 44 =E 0

Course Agreement:

1. Attendance: You will be allowed three absences. An extended illness would create an exception to these rules: please let me know as soon as
possible if you will be missing a significant number of classes (i.e. 2 or more) due to illness or other long-term problem.
2. Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism does not refer only to flagrant copying; it includes also the unaccredited use of any phrases, quotations, or ideas.
Please be sure to cite any outside sources which you use. That said, I will not tolerate cheating in this class. If you are caught plagiarizing or
otherwise cheating, and the assignment is a minor one, you will immediately lose two letter grades off your final grade. If the assignment in
question a major assignment, you will automatically fail the course.
3. Consultation: Should you have any question about the reading, want feedback on discussion/assignment, or would like to talk about a text or idea,
feel free to make an appointment with me.