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01 November 2014 / 8 Muharram 1436
Tetapan

BAHASA ASING

1. French I LFL1352 and II LFL1452 (optional)

This course helps students to develop the skills and strategies to handle successfully a certain number of basic social situations that may be encountered in daily life in France or other French speaking countries, or when meeting French-speaking people. The focus is more on conversational aspects, grammar and simple vocabulary.

The course introduces students to reading and writing in French. Students are also exposed to essays, poems and letters written in French. Aspects of vocabulary and grammar of the language will also be emphasised. Students will have ample practice in using the language in various contexts. Activities and tasks will be completed individually and in groups.

2. Mandarin I LFL1322 and II LFL1422 (optional)

The course emphasises two language skills namely listening and speaking. The lessons will cover aspects of grammar, vocabulary and language expressions in Mandarin.

The course introduces students to the letters of the language. Students are also exposed to essays written in Mandarin. Aspects of vocabulary and grammar of the language will also be emphasised. Students will have ample practice in using the language in various contexts. Activities and tasks will be completed individually and in groups.

3. Japanese I LFL1332 and II LFL1432 (optional)

The course emphasises two language skills namely listening and speaking. The lessons will cover aspects of Japanese grammar, vocabulary and Japanese expressions. The course is purely conversational and thus, will not cover Japanese letters specifically.

The course emphasises speaking at a more complex level, understanding short and simple essays, and polishing the grammar and improving the vocabulary of students. Activities and tasks will be completed in groups and individually.

4. Russian I LFL1342 and II LFL1442 (optional)

This is a starting course to introduce the students to the elementary and basic knowledge of Russian language. This course includes the Russian alphabet, basic phonetics programme, and elementary Russian grammar, basic of morphology, reading, various exercises, useful vocabulary and simple Russian expressions. The objectives of this course are to enable the students to understand the structure of Russian language, pronounce the Russian words, use the basic grammar in writing, reading and speaking and use the Russian expressions for daily conversations.

The course emphasises speaking at a more complex level, understanding short and simple essays, and polishing the grammar and improving the vocabulary of students. Activities and tasks will be completed in groups and individually.

5. Arabic I LFL1312 and II LFL1412 (optional)

The course emphasises two language skills namely listening and speaking. The lessons will cover aspects of Arabic grammar, vocabulary and Arabic expressions. The course is purely conversational and thus, will not cover Arabic letters specifically.

The course emphasises on speaking at a more complex level, understanding short and simple essays, and polishing the grammar and improving the vocabulary of students. Activities and tasks will be completed in groups and individually.

6. Spanish I LFL1362 and II LFL1462 (optional)

This course helps students to develop the skills and strategies to handle successfully a certain number of basic social situations that may be encountered in daily life in Spain or other Spanish speaking countries, or when meeting Spanish-speaking people. The focus is more on conversational aspects, grammar and simple vocabulary.

The course introduces students to reading and writing in Spanish. Students are also exposed to essays, poems and letters written in Spanish. Aspects of vocabulary and grammar of the language will also be emphasised. Students will have ample practice in using the language in various contexts. Activities and tasks will be completed individually and in groups.

Tarikh Kemaskini: 03 Disember 2012