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01 September 2015 / 17 Zulkaedah 1436
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BAHASA ASING

1. French I LFL1352/1 and II LFL1452/1

This beginner’s French language course is offered to students who have no prior knowledge of French. The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the language and to equip them with the necessary language skills so as to enable them to speak, listen and read correctly in French. In this course, various simple sentence structures, grammar and vocabulary will also be included so that the students will be able to communicate in simple daily conversations. At the end of this course, students will be able to speak and read simple sentences in French.

This course is a continuation of French 1, where students will continue to develop basic concepts in French language and culture including French pronunciation, grammar and customs. Students will enhance and further develop their use of French in a balanced development of four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. This course is enhanced by the use of audio visual materials for the purpose of exposing students to a contemporary broad based French culture.

2. Mandarin I LFL1322/1 and II LFL1422/1

This course is intended for students without any prior knowledge of Chinese Language and aims to lay a solid foundation for students’ further study in Chinese language. The course emphasises on the basic oral in Mandarin language and is designed with close reference to the military language and terminology. It includes the basic Chinese phonetics (Hanyu Pinyin System), pronunciation, vocabulary as well as simple grammar. The knowledge of Chinese History, Culture and Geography will also be introduced at appropriate points. Students are expected to be able to master 150-200 vocabulary and communicate for general purposes at the end of the course.

This course is intended for students who had taken Mandarin I and aims to strengthen the foundation of the target language. The course further emphasises on the basic oral in Mandarin language and is designed with close reference to the military language and terminology. It includes the basic Chinese phonetics (Hanyu Pinyin System), pronunciation, vocabulary as well as simple grammar. The knowledge of Chinese History, Culture and Geography will also be introduced at appropriate points. Students are expected to be able to master 150-200 vocabulary and communicate for general purposes at the end of the course.

3. Japanese I LFL1332/1 and II LFL1432/1 (Tidak ditawarkan untuk Sesi Akademik 2015/2016)

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 LFL1342/1 and II LFL1442/1

This beginner’s Russian course is offered to students who have no prior knowledge of Russian. The objectives to this course are to introduce students to the language and to equip them with the necessary language skills so as to enable them to speak, listen, read and write correctly in Russian. In this course, various simple sentence structures, grammar and vocabulary will also be included so that the students will be able to communicate in simple daily conversations and function well in selected military communication situations.

This elementary Russian course is offered to students who have prior knowledge of Russian I LFL1141. This is the elementary course to introduce the students to the uses of the cases of Russian language. It includes the Prepositional case, Accusative case, Dative case, reading, various exercises, useful vocabulary and basic conversations. The objectives of this course are to enable the students to understand the first 3 cases of Russian language, to write and speak correctly so that the students will be able to communicate in simple daily conversations and function well in selected military communication situations.

5. Arabic I LFL1312/1 and II LFL1412/1

The Arabic Language Course is offered to students who have no prior knowledge of Arabic. The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the language and to equip them with the necessary language skills so as to enable them to speak, listen, read and write correctly in Arabic. In this course, various simple sentence structures, grammar and vocabulary will also be included so that the students will be able to communicate in simple daily conversations, and in the selected communication situations.

The Arabic Language Course is offered to students who have already completed the Arabic Language I. The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the language and to equip them with the necessary language skills so as to enable them to speak, listen, read and write correctly in Arabic. In this course, various sentence structures, grammar and vocabulary will also be included so that the students will be able to communicate in daily conversations and in the selected communication situation.

6. Spanish I LFL1362/1 and II LFL1462/1

The Spanish course for beginners is offered to students who have no prior knowledge of Spanish. The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the language and equip them with the necessary language skills so as to enable them to speak, listen, read and write. However, the main focus is to emphasise on basic speaking skills. Various simple sentence structures, grammar and vocabulary will also be included in order to enhance their ability to interact in simple daily conversation and function well in selected situations especially in military environments. The students will be evaluated based on classroom activities, coursework and the four language skills mainly listening, reading, speaking and writing.

This course is the continuation of Spanish for beginners and the objectives are focusing on listening and speaking in specific situations such as shopping and bargaining, travelling and also including military terminology in selected situations. The students are expected to read and write simple sentences and able to communicate using various sentence structures. They will also be exposed to essays, poems and letters written in Spanish. Besides that, translation exercises will be included as part of classroom activities and students will be evaluated based on all four language skills which are reading, listening, speaking, and writing.

Tarikh Kemaskini: 23 Julai 2015