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UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

FACULTY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

LECTURE PLAN
COURSE INFORMATION
SEMESTER/SESSION
COURSE CODE
NAME OF COURSE
STUDENT ACADEMIC LOAD
Learning Activity

:
:
:
:

I 2014/2015
UWB 10202/UWB12302
Effective Communication
2 Credits

Week

Hour /Week

Hour/Semester

Lecture

14

14

Tutorial

14

28

Practical

Nil

Nil

Nil

Independent Study

14

28

Others
1. Negotiation Skills

2. Meeting

3. Promotional Tools

4. Interview

5. Oral Presentation

6. Test

TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME


(SLT)

80/40 = 2 credits

Prerequisite Courses

A Pass in UWB 10102 Academic English

Course Lecturers

Cik Fazita , Dr. Zulida, Dr. Elizabeth, PM.


Dr. Berhannudin, , Pn. Robijah, Pn. Noryani,
En. Zainal, En. Talha, En. Norazmi, Cik.
Mimi Nahariah, etc.

Prepared by : Course Coordinator

Approved by : Head of Language & Communication


Department

Signature :
Signature :
Name : Fazita binti Hj. Md. Tab
Date : 9 August 2014

Name : Dr. Elizabeth M. Anthony


Date : 9 August 2014

GOALS :
This course is intended to develop oral and written English language competence, to train students in working
collaboratively and to develop lifelong learning skills for continuous personal and professional development.
SYNOPSIS :
This course emphasizes on task- based learning approach and focuses on developing students delivery of
speech in oral interactions and presentations. Importance is given on mastery of self-directed learning, teamwork, research, oral presentations, reasoning and creativity. This course also enables students to acquire
knowledge and skills necessary for conducting and participating in meetings, including writing of meeting
documents based on specific theme. Students will also be exposed to interview techniques.
LEARNING OUTCOMES :
At the end of this course, the students should be able to:
(1)

Prepare relevant professional documents using accurate language and format. (C3:PLO1)

(2)

Conduct interviews using appropriate procedure and language. (C3: PLO1)

(3)

Deliver oral presentations using current technology confidently. (P3: PLO3)

(4)

Participate actively in meetings using appropriate meeting conventions. (A3: PLO 5)

CONTENT :
WEEK
1-2

3-4

CONTENT
Getting-to-know session
1.0 Introduction to the Course (2 Hours)
1.1
Definition of Communication
1.2 Types of Communication
1.2.1 Intrapersonal
1.2.2 Interpersonal
1.2.3 Group
1.3
Communication Process
1.4
Verbal and non-verbal signals

2.0 Negotiations Skills (2 Hours)


2.1
The Process of Negotiation
2.2
Basic Approaches
2.3
Phases of Negotiation
2.4
Forms and Functions of Negotiating Process

ASSESSMENT

WEEK
5-7

CONTENT
3.0 Meeting (3Hours)
3.1
Managing a meeting
3.2
Planning a Meeting
3.3
Conducting a Meeting
3.4
Promotional Tools

ASSESSMENT

TEST
(20%)
(Week 6)
ASSIGNMENT 1
(NOTICE, MINUTES &
MEETING SESSIONS)
30%
ASSIGNMENT 2
(BROCHURE/POSTER/SOCIA
L MEDIA)
15%
(Week 7)

MID SEMESTER BREAK


8-9

4.0 Interview (2 Hours)


4.1 Preparation and Planning
4.2 Implementation
4.3 Documentation

ASSIGNMENT 3
(PROJECT)
15%
(Week 9)

10-14

5.0 Presentation skills (5 Hours)


5.1
Objectives
5.2
Audience Analysis
5.3
Visual Aids
5.4
Delivery

ASSIGNMENT 4
(ORAL PRESENTATION)
20%
(Week 14)

ASSESSMENT :
1

Meetings
- Notices
- Minutes
- Meetings

Test

20%

Brochure/Poster/Social Media

15%

Project

15%

Oral Presentation

20%

TOTAL

5%
10 %
15%

100%

REFERENCES :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Cheesebro, T, et. al. (2007). Communication skills: Preparing for career success (3rd Ed.) Upper
Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. (call no: HF5718.C53 2007)
Davies, W.J. (2001) Communication skills: A guide for engineering and applied science student
(2nd Ed.). London: Prentice Hall. (call no: TI0.5.D38 2001)
Emden, L. (2004). Presentation skills for students. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (call no:
PN4129.V36 2004)
Richard J. S. (2005). Technical communication today. New York: Pearson. (call no: TK5101.S26
1997)
Salbiah Seliman, et. al. (2004). English Communication for learners in engineering. Malaysia:
Prentice Hall. (call no: P95.S24 2002)

LECTURE ATTENDANCE / REGULATION


(1) Students must attend lectures not less than 80% of the contact hours for every subject including
Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib HW) and Attendance Only Subjects (Hadir
Sahaja HS)
(2) Students who do not fulfill item (1) will not be allowed to attend further lectures and sit for any
further examination. Zero mark (0) will be given to students who fail to comply with item (1).
While for Compulsory Attendance Subjects (Hadir Wajib HW), those who fail to comply with
item (1) will be given Failure Attendance (Hadir Gagal HG).
(3) Students must obey all rules and regulations of the university and must discipline themselves in
order to avoid any disciplinary actions against them.
(4) Students must obey safety regulations during learning and teaching process.

MATRIK HASIL PEMBELAJARAN KURSUS DAN HASIL PEMBELAJARAN PROGRAM


(COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES AND PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES MATRIX)
Dilampirkan (Attached)

Course Learning Outcome, Delivery and Assessment


This document to be used together with:
1. Programme Educational Objective (PEO]
2. Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)

Faculty: Faculty of Science, Technology and Human Development


Programme: Bachelor Degree
Course: Effective Communication
Code: UWB 10202
Compliance to PLO

Course Learning Outcomes

LO1

Prepare relevant professionals


documents using accurate
language and format

X
C3

Conduct interviews using


appropriate procedures

LO2

LO3

LO4

LO5

Deliver oral presentations using


current technology confidently
Participate actively in meetings
using appropiate meeting
conventions.

LO
7

LO
8

LO
9

LO1
0

Delivery

Lecture / Group
Discussion

Assessment

Assignments

X
C3

LO
6

X
P3

Lecture / Group
Discussion

Project

Lecture / Group
Discussion

Oral presentation

X
A3

Lecture

Notice, Meeting &


Minutes

KPI

50% of the
students
achieve Gred
C+ and
above
50% of the
students
achieve Gred
C+ and
above
50% of the
students
achieve Gred
C+ and
above
50% of the
students
achieve Gred
C+ and
above

Level of Learning Taxonomy


Psychomotor

Cognitive

Affective

P1

Perception

C1

Knowledge

A1

Receiving

P2

Set

C2

Comprehension

A2

Responding

P3

Guided Response

C3

Application

A3

Valuing

P4

Mechanism

C4

Analysis

A4

Organizing

P5

Complex Overt Response

C5

Synthesis

A5

Internalizing

P6

Adaptation

C6

Evaluatio

P7

Origination