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HSA3023

Asia
Tenggara
Abad ke-9
hingga 18
RANCANGAN INSTRUKSIONAL
Jabatan Sejarah
Fakulti Sains Kemanusiaan
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris

SESI 2014/2015

Pengesahan Ketua Jabatan:

RANCANGAN
INSTRUKSIONAL

Tarikh:

Fakulti
: Fakulti Sains Kemanusiaan
Jabatan
: Sejarah
Semester : Dua
Sesi
: 2014/2015
Nama Kursus
: Asia Tenggara Abad ke-9 hingga 18
Kod Kursus
: HSA3023
Jam Kredit: 3 jam
Pra Syarat: Tiada
MAKLUMAT PENSYARAH:
Nama
: Dr. Adnan Jusoh
E-mel
: adnan.jusoh@fsk.upsi.edu.my
Nombor telefon : 05-4506739
Nombor bilik
: 1B-15, Kompleks Malim Sarjana, Kampus
Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah,
UPSI
SINOPSIS KURSUS:
Kursus ini membincangkan perkembangan sejarah Asia Tenggara bermula dari abad ke-9
sehingga abad ke-18. Fokus perbincangan ialah perkembangan politik, ekonomi dan sosial
di rantau ini termasuk ketika berhadapan dengan pengaruh luar terutamanya dari India,
China dan kuasa-kuasa Barat.

RASIONAL KURSUS:
Memberi kefahaman dan kesedaran tentang perkembangan sejarah Asia Tenggara dari
abad ke-9 hingga abad 18

HASIL PEMBELAJARAN:
Pada akhir kuliah ini pelajar dapat :
1. Menilai perkembangan Sejarah Asia Tenggara sejak abad ke-9
hingga ke-18. (K6)
2. Memberi respon analitikal terhadap isu-isu yang mempengaruhi
perkembangan sejarah Asia Tenggara. (A3)
3. Merumuskan fakta-fakta sebagai satu hasil kajian. (K5, P3)

4. Mahir dalam mengkomunikasikan hasil penulisan (penyelidikan)


secara verbal dan non-verbal dengan bantuan teknologi (CS 5).
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Lumpur: MBRAS.
Wolters, O.W. 1982. History, Culture and Religion in Southeast Asian Perspectives.
Singapore: ISEAS.

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KAEDAH PENERAPAN KEMAHIRAN INSANIAH:


Aktiviti

KOM

Perbincangan
Tutorial

Singkatan

BKM
M

PBP
M

KKB
P

KKU

KKP

EM

Kemahiran

KOM

Kemahiran Komunikasi

BKMM

Pemikiran Kritis dan Kemahiran


Menyelesaikan Masalah

PBPM

Pembelajaran Berterusan dan Pengurusan


Maklumat

KKBP

Kemahiran Kerja Berpasukan

KKU

Kemahiran Keusahawanan

KKP

Kemahiran Kepimpinan

EM
Etika dan Moral Profesional
PENILAIAN PRESTASI PELAJAR
Kerja Kursus
Perincian
Tugasan 1 (esei individu)
Tugasan 2 (esei kumpulan & pembentangan)
Laporan Kajian Lapangan (dalam bentuk audio
visual)
Forum on-line

Peratusa
n
LO

%
10
20
20

100%

10

40
Jumlah

Peperiksaan Akhir

100%

SKALA PENGGREDAN:
Gred

Julat
markah

PNGS/PNG
K

80 100

4.00

A-

75 79

3.75

B+

70 74

3.50

65 69

3.00

B-

60 64

2.75

C+

55 59

2.50

50 54

2.00

C-

45 49

1.75

D+

40 44

1.50

35 39

1.00

0 34

SKALA PENGGREDAN KEMAHIRAN INSANIAH:

Skala
4

Cemerlang

Baik

Sederhana

Lemah

Rubrik
Sebagaimana
Dalam Buku

Kemahiran Insaniah.

JADUAL PENGAJARAN MINGGUAN:

*Singkata
n
L

Aktiviti
Kuliah

Soal Jawab

Pembelajaran Kendiri

Perbincangan Kumpulan

FW

Kajian Lapangan

Pembentangan Hasil Tugasan


Berkumpulan

Forum on-line

-Pengenalan kepada Asia Tenggara

Latarbelakang Geografi dan Penduduk di Asia


Tenggara

*Pilihan

Hasil pembelajaran

Aktivit
i P&P

Penilaia
n

KOM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,A

Membincangkan isu-isu berkaitan masalah


perzamanan serta membincangkan secara
ringkas perkembangan setiap zaman dalam
sejarah Asia Tenggara awal

KOM

L, SCL

Meneliti persoalan yang menjadi pertimbangan


kepada pertumbuhan negeri/kerajaan.

KOM dan
KBPM

Akses Kendiri Kemahir

an
Pada akhir setiap minggu,
Insaniah
pelajar
F dapat:
Forum on-line

Menerangkan rancangan instruksi


Asia Tenggara: Umum

Q&A

Penilaian

SCL

Tajuk
Ming
gu

Singkatan

Q&A,D,A

L, SCL
Q&A,D,A

a. Mengetahui jalan perhubungan


semulajadi yang dapat digunakan sebagai
saluran kepada pengaruh luar dan kontak
budaya dalaman.
b. Mengetahui komposisi dan budaya

penduduk Asia Tenggara Awal

Asia Tenggara pra abad ke-9


a. Membincangkan zaman prasejarah dan proto-sejarah

Menganalisis perkembangan budaya dan


sejarah masyarakat Zaman Paleolitik, Mesolitik
dan Neolitik Asia Tenggara.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,A

Membincangkan kewujudan politi, entiti dan


komuniti awal yang menjadi asas kepada
kewujudan kerajaan dan empayar.

Asia Tenggara menjelang abad ke-9


Membincangkan kemunculan kerajaankerajaan awal

Membincangkan kemunculan kerajaan Funan,


Chenla, Champa, Shrekshetra, Kedah Tua,
Langkasuka dan Srivijaya.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,A

Asia Tenggara abad ke-9 (zaman


kegemilangan kerajaan dan empayar)

Membincangkan kegemilangan kerajaankerajaan dan empayar.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

Pengaruh India dan China ke atas Asia


Tenggara.

Menenilai kesan-kesan penyebaran pengaruh


dari India ke atas Asia Tenggara

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

KOM dan
KBPM

a. Penyebaran agama Hindu-Buddha dan


pengaruhnya ke atas Asia Tenggara.

Kerajaan-Kerajaan Awal di Kepulauan Asia


Tenggara
a. Menganalisis kebangkitan serta corak
pemerintahan beberapa kerajaan di
Semenanjung Malaysia, Sumatera dan Jawa,
terutamanya Kerajaan Kedah Tua, Kerajaan
Srivijaya dan Kerajaan Majapahit.

Membincangkan kebangkitan, kejatuhan juga


corak hubungan antara kerajaan tersebut
khususnya hubungan antara Srivijaya,
Majapahit dan keturunan yang mengasas dan
memerintah Kerajaan Melaka.

KOM dan
KBPM

Kerajaan Brunei dan masyarakat Filipina


a. Membincangkan kebangkitan beberapa
kerajaan Brunei dan bentuk kehidupan
yang terdapat di Filipina

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Kerajaan Di Tanah Besar Asia Tenggara

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

Membincangkan kebangkitan, perkembangan,


kejatuhan juga pengaruh asing terhadap
Kerajaan Campa.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

Membincangkan kebangkitan, perkembangan,


kejatuhan juga pengaruh asing terhadap
Kerajaan Angkor.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

Menilai keberkesanan, proses Sinisization


dalam perkembangan, Kerajaan Vietnam.

KOM dan
KBPM

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

L, SCL

Q&A,D,P,
A

- Membincangkan corak pemerintahan dan


kaedah Kerajaan Brunei mengasaskan
kekuatan kuasa politik dan ekonominya
- Membincangkan bentuk kehidupan dan
perhubungan pelbagai puak di Filipina.

b. Kerajaan Campa

11

Kerajaan Di Tanah Besar Asia Tenggara


(sambungan)
c. Kerajaan Khmer

12

Kerajaan Di Tanah Besar Asia Tenggara


(Sambungan)
d. Pasifikasi China di Vietnam

13

Kerajaan Di Tanah Besar Asia Tenggara


(sambungan)

Membincangkan
kebangkitan
beberapa
kerajaan di Myanmar, iaitu kerajaan orang
Myanmar, kerajaan orang Mon, kerajaan
orang Pyu dan kerajaan orang Shan.

KOM dan
KBPM

e. Kerajaan Burma

14

Kerajaan Di Tanah Besar Asia Tenggara


(sambungan)
-

Kerajaan etnik Thai

Rumusan

Membincangkan perkembangan kerajaan


Sukothai dan Ayuthia.

KOM dan
KBPM

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1. Students attendance to all lectures, tutorials and lab works is compulsory
2. Students with total of attendance of less than 80% can be barred from taking final examination
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Pelajar UPSI, UPSIs Panel clinics or Clinic/Government Hospital.


4. Absence due to other problems must be justified using a show cause letter.