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BINAWAN UNIVERSITY

NURSING PROGRAM

LESSON PLAN
Lecture: Code: Course Type Credit Semester Date
ENGLISH I MKK 2 1 August 2019
Lecturer Coordinator Vice of Study Program

Authorization

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Learning Outcomes Program
LO
Sh (1H) Internalize academic values, norms and ethics.
Si (1 I) Demonstrates responsibility for work in their area of expertise independently.
Pa (2A) Able to apply theoretical concepts of language and communication techniques of oral and written (general English) in everyday contexts, / general,
academic, and work equivalent to post intermediate level
Pb (2B) Able to apply various theories, concepts, and language principles and techniques of communicating spoken and written English for specific purposes
(English for Specific Purposes) in everyday, general, academic, and equivalent work at the intermediate level
KU b (3B) Able to show independent and group performance, quality and measurable
KK a (4A) Able to speak English both oral and written in everyday / general, academic and work contexts equivalent to the post intermediate level
KK b (4B) Able to speak English both oral and written in everyday / general, academic and work contexts equivalent to the post intermediate level

Subject’s
LO
1 Able to use English language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking in academic context well.
2 Able to comprehend and use grammar in basic level.
Description English I teaches English skills at Basic User level (A1 CEFR). Students learn English at basic level either conversation or grammar. This study prepares students to use English
professionally.
Materials  LISTENING
- Listening for restatements
- Listening for negatives
- Listening for suggestions
 SPEAKING
- Talking about yourself and your friends
- Describing about daily or weekly activities
- Asking and describing about the current activities
 READING
- Understanding Main Idea Questions
- Understanding Stated Detail Questions
 STRUCTURE
- Subject and Verbs
- Object of Prepositions
- Present Participles
- Past Participles
- Coordinate Connectors
- Adverb Clause Connectors
 WRITING
- Descriptive paragraph using simple present tense with ‘be’ and ‘verb’
- Narrative paragraph using adverbs of frequency

References Main sources

1. Kokomaking, Joakim D. (1998). Basic Writing Skills. A Beginning Course in English Composition. Jakarta : Akademi Bahasa Asing Pertiwi.
2. Phillips, Deborah. (2004). Introductory Course for The TOEFL Test. New York: Longman.
3. Richard, Jack C., et.al. (2013) Interchange intro. Fourth Edition. Hong Kong: Cambridge University Press.
4. _______________., et.al. (2013) Interchange 1. Fourth Edition. Hong Kong: Cambridge University Press.

Supporting

Media Software: Hardware :


Power point, Ms. word, video, audio LCD Projector, Laptop , speaker
Team Teaching Anna Fauziah, M.Pd,
Dra. Sri Supeni, M.Pd,
Prerequisite -

Method and Learning Strategies (Time Allocation)

Sub- Courses Learning Criteria and Scoring


Session Indicators Learning materials Score (%)
- Outcome Forms
Lab Clinical
Lecture Tutorial
Practice Practice

1 Students are able to identify Accuracy to get information Criteria : Accuracy Listening Listening : 5
restatement in listening activity about restatement Restatement
Test type : MC 2 X 50’
(individually or group
work)
2 Students are able to exchange Fluency to use specific Criteria : Fluency Theory Speaking : 10
information about themselves expressions and Talking about
and their environment Test type : speaking Practice yourself and your
practice (pair or group) (role play) friends

2 x 50’
3 Students are able to find and Accuracy to find main idea in a Criteria : Accuracy Theory Reading : 5
determine the main idea in a paragraph and Main Idea Questions
paragraph Test type : MC Practice
(individually or group (reading)
work)
2 x 50’
4 Students are able to identify Accuracy to identify subject Criteria : Accuracy Theory Structure : 5
sentences with subject and verb, and verb, and object of and Subjects and verbs
object of preposition preposition in the sentences Test type : MC Practice Object of
(individually or group prepositions
work) 2 x 50’
5 Students are able to make a Compatibility for good writing Criteria : Compatibility Theory Writing : 10
descriptive paragraph with and Descriptive
simple present tense Test type : writing Practice paragraph using
(writing) simple present with
‘be’ and ‘verb’
2 x 50’
6 Students are able to identify Accuracy to get information Criteria : Accuracy Listening Listening : 5
negative in listening activity about negative statement Negatives
Test type : MC 2 X 50’
(individually or group
work)
7 Students are able to exchange Fluency to use specific Criteria : Fluency Theory Speaking : 10
information about their daily and expressions and Describing about
weekly activities. Test type : speaking Practice daily or weekly
practice (role play) activities

2 x 50’
8 Mid- term test
9 Students are able to find and Accuracy to find stated detail Criteria : Accuracy Theory Reading : 5
determine the stated detail question in a paragraph and Stated Detail
question in a paragraph Test type : MC Practice Questions
(individually or group (reading)
work)
2x 50’
10 Students are able to identify Accuracy to identify present Criteria : Accuracy Theory Structure : 5
sentences with present and past participles and past participles and Present participles
participles in the sentences Test type : MC Practice Past participles
(individually or group
work) 2 x 50’
11 Students are able to make a Compatibility for good writing Criteria : Compatibility Theory Writing : 10
narrative paragraph with adverb and Narrative paragraph
of frequency Test type : writing Practice using adverbs of
(writing) frequency

2 x 50’
12 Students are able to identify Accuracy to get information Criteria : Accuracy Listening Listening : 5
suggestion in listening activity about suggestion Suggestions
Test type : MC 2 X 50’
(individually or group
work)
13 Students are able to exchange Fluency to use specific Criteria : Fluency Theory Speaking : 10
information about their on -going expressions and Asking and
activities Test type : speaking Practice describing about the
practice (role play) current activities

2 x 50’
14 Students are able to identify Accuracy to identify Criteria : Accuracy Theory Structure : 5
sentences with coordinate and Coordinate connectors and and Coordinate
adverb clause connectors Adverb clause connectors in Test type : MC Practice connectors
the sentences (individually or group Adverb clause
work) 2 x 50’ connectors
15 Students are able to make a Compatibility for good writing Criteria : Compatibility Theory Writing : 10
narrative paragraph with present and Narrative paragraph
continuous tense Test type : writing Practice using present
(writing) continuous tense

2 x 50’
16 Final test

Scoring : a. Attendance (10%)


b. Assignment (40%)
c. Midterm Test (20%)
d. Final Test (30%)
Class Regulation :

1. Students must come to class on time. Students coming later than 15 minutes will not be allowed to enter the classroom without the lecturer’s permission and their attendance will not be
recorder on the attendance list.
2. Students must attend the class with a minimum attendance of 80% of all the class meetings for the subject. Otherwise, they will not be allowed to take the final test.
3. Students must follow mid and final tests on the date and time scheduled. No make-up tests will be given to students who fail to follow the mid and final tests, except for the following reasons
and conditions:
a) If students are sick, they must give a doctor’s certificate.
b) If students’ member of family or close relative passes away, they must be able to show a legal letter from a hospital or RT/RW proving the death.
c) If working students are on duty and cannot leave their work, they must be able to show a formal letter from their institution proving that they are on duty. A contact number of their
superior must be included.
4. Students must wear clean and neat attires. No ripped jeans and slippers allowed in class.
5. Students must be well-groomed. Students with long hair (men) are not allowed to attend to the classroom and not allowed to join mid and final test.
6. Keep your cell phone on silent mode.