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MASTERS AND DOCTORATE PROGRAMS IN

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

HISTORY
Based on the regulation of the Minister of Higher Education and
Science no. 19, dated July 20, 1962, as of 1968, the Institute for Teacher
Training and Education at Malang (Institut Keguruan dan Ilmu
Pendidikan/IKIP Malang) initiated higher education for sarjanas to
obtain doctorate degree through the Post Graduate Program (Program
Pasca Sarjana/PPS), Institute for Teacher Training and Education
Malang. The courses were offered and undertaken through sandwich
system, in cooperation with the Ford Foundation. In the subsequent
development, this program was integrated into Doctorate Study Program
without coursework.
As the realization of the governments commitment to improve the
quality of the faculty members of Higher Education Institutions in
Indonesia, the Directorate General of Higher Education established the
Management Team for Doctorate Education (Tim Managemen Pendidikan
Doktor/TMPD) or the in 1975, which was a team responsible for
doctorate education held both in Indonesia and abroad. In the attempt to
improve the quality of the academics in the Teacher Training Institutions,
IKIP Malang, IKIP Bandung, and IKIP Jakarta were selected to assume
the responsibility to establish a Doctorate Program with scholarship.
In line with the effort, IKIP Malang commissioned a committee to
draft the concept of the establishment of a postgraduate program (in the
beginning of 1976). The drafts prepared by the committee were reported
in the report of the Preparation for the Doctorate Studies, IKIP Malang.
This report was the basis for the university to offer doctorate studies in
February 1976. The study programs offered were Education (1976),
English Language Education (1976), Biology Education (1976), and
Economics Education (1979).

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In 1980 the concept of post-graduate education underwent some
development. The development led to the split of the Postgraduate
Program into Doctorate Degree (S3) Programs and Masters Degree (S2)
Programs. Accordingly, IKIP Malang opened several Masters Degree
Programs, one of which was the English Language Education.
Based on the Presidential Decree of the Republic of Indonesia No.
60/1982, dated September 7, 1982, the Doctorate Study program was
officially changed into Postgraduate and Doctorate Program (PDP). A
year later, with the Decree of the Ministry of Education and Culture No.
0146/0/1983, dated March 5, 1983, the PDP was changed into
Postgraduate Faculty (Fakultas Pasca Sarjana/FPS). Then, with the
Government Regulation No. 30, the Postgraduate Faculty was amended
from faculty to program, with the name Graduate Program. Later, the
word Program was no longer used, and Pascasarjana has been up to the
present. In addition, the name of the Study Program was altered from
English Language Education to English Language Teaching (ELT),
however, the Indonesian version is Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris.
At present, both the Graduate (Masters) and Doctorate Programs
in English Language Teaching have been accredited. Based on the decree
of the National Accreditation Council (Badan Akreditasi Nasional/BAN),
No. 022/BAN-PT/Ak-VI/S2/II/2009, dated February 20, 2009, the
Graduate Program in English Language Teaching has been accredited B
(effective until February 2014). The B status of accreditation has been
maintained up to the present (2015). The Doctorate Program in English
Language Teaching has been accredited A (effective until October 20,
2014) based on the decree of the National Accreditation Council
No.008/BAN-PT/Ak-VIII/S3/X/2009, dated October 30, 2009. The A
status of accreditation has been maintained up to the present (2015).

VISION

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The Graduate (Masters) and Doctorate (Ph.D) Programs in
English Language Teaching (ELT) are providers of an outstanding ICT-
based Higher Education which is anticipative of the global development
and future situation in the gamut of ELT.

MISSION
1. The Graduate (Masters) and Doctorate (Ph.D) Programs provide
higher education in the attempts to improve equality and broaden
educational access to the society in the field of ELT.
2. The Graduate (Masters) and Doctorate (Ph.D) Programs improve
their quality, relevance, and global competitiveness through education
and teaching, research and scientific advancement, as well as
community service in the field of ELT.
3. The Graduate (Masters) and Doctorate (Ph.D) Programs build a
healthy organization in the attempt to strengthen their management,
accountability, and public image, both nationally and internationally.

TARGET OF THE STUDY PROGRAMS


Graduate Program in ELT
The Graduate Program has the target of producing high quality
scientists, practitioners, and/or specialists in the field of ELT with the
following indicators:
1. having the ability to critically master and develop theory, design, and
methodology of ELT through innovative research on English
pedagogy;
2. having the ability to critically master and develop curriculum,
syllabus, and other supporting documents for ELT;
3. having the ability to critically master and apply theory of instructional
materials and media in ELT;
4. having the ability to critically and innovatively master and develop
evaluation (assessment) system for ELT;

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5. mastering and having the ability to apply Information and Communi-
cation Technology (ICT) in various research on the pedagogy and
development of ELT; and
6. conducting teaching-learning activities independently and continu-
ously to obtain and/or develop new knowledge and/or skills.

Doctorate Program in English Language Teaching


The Doctorate Program in English Language Teaching has, as its
target, the output of high quality scientists, practitioners and/or specialists
who can widely and actively contribute to the development of the science
of ELT with the following indicators:
1. having the ability to critique and innovatively develop theory, design,
and ELT methodology through educational research;
2. having the ability to critique and innovatively develop the curriculum,
syllabus, and other supporting documents for ELT;
3. having the ability to critique and innovatively develop the theory for
developing instructional materials and media for ELT;
4. having the ability to critique and innovatively develop evaluation
(assessment) mechanism for ELT;
5. mastering and having the ability to integrate Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) into various forms of educational
research and ELT development; and
6. conducting independent and continuous teaching to obtain and/or
develop new knowledge and/or skills.

DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES FOR MASTERS PROGRAM IN


ELT

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Credits/ Semester
No. Courses
Hours 1 2 3 4
A. Education Courses (6/6)
1 MKPS801 Foundations of English 2/2 X
Education and Instruction
2 MKPS802 Quantitative Research 2/2 X
Methodology
3 MKPS803 Qualitative Research 2/2 X
Methodology
B. Major Courses
I. Subject
Specialization (6/6)
1 MING811 Linguistics in ELT 2/2 X
2 MING812 Critical Review on 2/2 X
SLA Research
3 MING813 Critical Review on 2/2 X
Applied Linguistics
II. Teaching-Learning
Strategy Courses (12/12)
1 MING814 Issues in English 2/2 X
Language Instruction
2 MING815 Teaching English as a 4/4 X
Foreign Language
3 MING816 English Syllabus and 2/2 X
Classroom Instructional Planning
4 MING817 Advanced Assessment 2/2 X
in ELT
5 MING818 Thesis Proposal 2/2 X
Development
III. Elective Courses
(4/4)
1 MING821 Sociolinguistics and 2/2 (X)
Language Teaching
2 MING822 Discourse Analysis and 2/2 (X)

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Credits/ Semester
No. Courses
Hours 1 2 3 4
Language Teaching
3 MING823 Semantics and 2/2 (X)
Language Teaching
4 MING824 Pragmatics and 2/2 (X)
Language Teaching
5 MING825 Psycholinguistics and 2/2 (X)
Language Teaching
6 MING826 Literature in ELT 2/2 (X)
7 MING827Advanced English 4/4 (X)
Language Skills
8 MING828 Advanced Translation 2/2 (X)
9 MING829 English for Specific 2/2 (X)
Purposes Course Design
C. Field Experience Course (4/4)
1 MKPL880 Teaching Practicum 4/4 (X)
D. Research Courses for Thesis
(8 credits)
1 MTES890 Thesis 6 (X)
2 MTES891 Thesis Proposal 2 (X) (X)
Seminar
Total credits 40 14 14 6 6
*MING818: small classes of 10-12 students; MKPPL880 is conducted in the form
of peer teaching in a big class; Elective courses are offered on the basis of
students individual needs or preferences. MTES891 is conducted after the
students get the approval from two thesis advisors

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DESCRIPTION OF COURSES FOR MASTERS PROGRAM IN
ELT

MKPPS801 Foundations of English Education and Instruction (2/2)


This course provides the students with some understanding that
education is a complex system which connects to other systems: social,
political, and cultural. To that end, educational issues are approached
from various perspectives: philosophy, history, sociology, and
psychology. The course also provides discussion of views, approaches,
planning, development, and teaching-learning activities against the
backdrop of formal, non-formal, and informal education. The discussion
touches upon and into, among others, views on learning, theories of
learning, taxonomies of learning objectives, characteristics of learners,
methods and strategies for teaching and learning, organization of teaching
and learning materials, and evaluation of teaching and learning.

MKPPS802 Quantitative Research Methodology (2/2)


This course is designed to help students develop the knowledge of
quantitative research methods on language learning, identify the quality
of a research report, learn how to plan a research project proposal and
more specifically to learn how to conduct a research project for their
thesis, and have a positive attitude towards scientific activities. The
assignments for students are to read as many references on the assigned
topics, to learn more from reading references rather than just from
listening to lectures in class, to come to the class prepared with enough
knowledge on the topics to be discussed. The contents cover research
problems, assumptions and hypotheses, experimental designs, descriptive
designs, instrument development, sampling, data collection, validity and
reliability, data analysis.

MKPPS803 Qualitative Research Methodology (2/2)


This course is designed to help the students develop the knowledge
of Qualitative Research Methodology, learn how to plan a research

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proposal using Qualitative method, identify the quality of (reviewing) a
qualitative research project/report. More specifically, the students are
expected to learn how to conduct a qualitative research project for their
thesis. The topics to be covered include: (1) Characteristics of Qualitative
Research Methodology, (2) Reviewing theses, (3) Proposing a research
project Proposal.

MING811 Linguistics in English Language Teaching (2/2)


This course is designed to provide students with advanced
linguistic knowledge, covering a brief overview of current linguistic
theory as well as practical knowledge of solving language problems in the
well-known subfields of linguistics. The subfields of linguistics include
micro-linguistics (i.e., phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics)
and macro-linguistics (particularly pragmatics, sociolinguistics, and
psycholinguistics). This course also provides students with practices in
applying their knowledge in linguistics through a final project in a
specialized theme related to linguistics.

MING812 Critical Review on Second Language Acquisition Research


(2/2)
This course helps the students understand the implication of human
biology and psychology to language acquisition; the methods, goals, and
approaches for investigating SLA as well as the theories and assumptions;
learners learning and metacognitive strategies; the differences between
natural second language acquisition and classroom second language
development; the model of classroom language development; and the
metalinguistic awareness in second language acquisition. Additionally, the
course facilitates the students to be aware of the trends of recent SLA
research and their implications on language teaching.

IGK513 Critical Review on Applied Linguistics (2/2)


This course is designed as a critical overview of basic principles in
both micro- and macro- linguistics and their application in the field of

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second/foreign language teaching and learning. The contents of the course
include reorientation and redefinition of applied linguistics, the
relationship between linguistics and current issues in L2/FL teaching and
learning, language and usage, linguistic problem in translation, and
attempts to bridge the gap between linguistics and literature. This course
also provides the students with an opportunity to review critically an
article related to applied linguistics by applying small-scale or library
research.

MING814 Issues in English Language Instruction (2/2)


This course provides the students with some working knowledge
on Language Instruction with special emphasis on curriculum
implementation, teaching-learning process, teaching techniques, and
communicative language teaching. It also gears the students to have some
skills to identify and critically review various sources of instructional
problems and issues and to find out their solution using relevant theories,
references, and research findings.

MING815 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (4/4)


This course aims at giving students the ablity to critically review
theories of and issues on methods of Teaching English as a Foreign
Language (TEFL) covering the teaching of English skills and components
(the teaching of Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Grammar,
Vocabulary, and Pronunciation). It also requires students to digest recent
developments in ICT-based classroom instructions focusing on the use of
multimedia forms in TEFL, and to demonstrate their understanding by
selecting, finding, and simulating examples of ICT-based Engliah
teaching and learning.

MING816 English Syllabus and Classroom Instructional Planning


(2/2)
This course provides the students with some theories and practical
knowlege of English sylabus, covering the types and approaches of

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syllabus development, models of English syllabus, and procedures of
developing an English Syllabus. It also gives students the opportunity to
develop their skills in classroom instructional planning based on the
English syllabus which may be designed for primary, secondary, and
university level. The classroom instructional planning includes
instructional objectives, instructional materials, teaching methodology
and classroom-based assessment.

MING817 Advanced Assessment in English Language Teaching (2/2)


The course is designed to enable students to have a more thorough
and comprehensive knowledge about the field of educational assessment
in general with a special emphasis on language testing, and its recent and
advanced developments so that they can make better, more responsible
tests and professionally develop language tests, including non test tools,
of their own, administer, analyze and use their results competently.

MING818 Thesis Proposal Development (2/2)


This course helps students develop, critically analyze, and
evaluate thesis proposals. The course discusses common problems in
developing a proposal into a completed thesis and requires students to
present at least one (classroom-level) presentation of thesis proposal. By
the end of this course, students should be able to: demonstrate familiarity
with theoretical issues and practical problems in writing a research
proposal for their thesis; produce an overall plan of research in the form
of a research proposal, and present the overall research plan in the class
presentation forum.

MING821 Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching (2/2)


The course is designed to make students familiar with the
relationship between language and native speakers culture in general,
including their habits and paralinguistics that accompany the language
and its application in ELT. The discussion includes speech styles,

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language varieties, registers, dialects, speech acts, discourse routines,
verbal skills, mens and womens talk, politeness, etc. . In addition,
students should also be familiar with the seminal works on Socio-
linguistics and its relationship with language teaching.

MING822 Discourse Analysis and Language Teaching (2/2)


This course provides the students with the knowledge of analysing
language beyond sentence level to make them aware of the complexity
and function of language as a means of communication both written and
spoken. It also requires them to find relevant pedagogical implications of
the discourse theories for language teaching. The discussion includes the
role of context, information structure, cohesion and coherence and how
those theories can be useful in developing students communicative
competence.

MING823 Semantics and Language Teaching (2/2)


This course introduces and examines a variety of approaches to the
issue of representing word meanings: lexical semantics, which include
reference theory, image theory, and componential analysis; sentential
semantics, which covers the truth condition theory, deep structure of
generative transformational approach, and predicate calculus; and
communicative semantics, which touch upon speech acts theory and
Grices approach to logic of communication. All these issues are linked to
language teaching.

MING824 Pragmatics and Language Teaching (2/2)


The course familiarizes the students with the four areas that
pragmatics is concerned with: 1) the study of speaker meaning; 2) the
study of contextual meaning; 3) the study of how more gets
communicated than is said; and, 4) the study of expression of relative
distance. For this purpose the most pertinent concepts of these areas are
introduced and discussed: deixis, reference and inference, presupposition,
cooperation and implicature, speech acts and events, politenenss,

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conversation, and discourse. All these issues are linked to language
teaching.

MING825 Psycholinguistics and Language Teaching (2/2)


This course provides the students with the knowledge of
psychology of language as it relates to learning, mind and brain as well as
various aspects of society and culture. This includes first language
learning, second language learning, language, mind and brain, and mental
grammar and language processing.

MING826 Literature in English Language Teaching (2/2)


This course is designed to strengthen and broaden the students
knowledge of the literary genres, enhance their ability to appreciate and
enjoy reading literary works such as short stories, novelettes, novels,
poems, songs, plays and to equip them with the knowledge and ability of
the teaching strategies of the genres.

MING827 Advanced English Language Skills (4/4)


This course aims at enhancing students receptive and, more
importantly, productive skills in using English in academic settings. More
specifically, it is aimed at equipping students with various oracy skills
covering various speech acts such as expressing opinions, agreeing and
disagreeing, and questioning, as well as literacy skills to improve their
ability in reading to obtain information such as finding main ideas and to
improve their ability in paraphrasing, summarizing, synthesizing, and
referencing. The contents may be extended to the teaching of English
language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

MING828 Advanced Translation (2/2)


The course provides students with theoretical knowledge and
practical skill of translation. The theory compares between the old and
new paradigms of translation, explains methods of translation, describes
linguistic aspects of translation, and points out linguistic and cultural

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adjustments required for good translation. To acquire practical skill in
translating, students are given practice exercises in translating, mostly
from English into Indonesian and partly from Indonesian into English.
The exercises comprise texts of different linguistic levels (phrases,
sentences, paragraphs, and short essays) as well as texts of different
genres (academic essay, colloquial dialogue, legal language, religious
text, literary prose, and poetry).

IGK 529 English for Specific Purposes Course Design (2/2)


This course provides the students with theoretical and practical
knowledge of the use of English in specific fields of science and
technology; curriculum design; approaches, methods and techniques;
types of authentic texts of different generic structures and language
features; material development; and principles in teaching and learning in
ESP contexts.

MPPL880 Teaching Practice (4/4)


This course helps students develop their knowledge of practical
teaching strategies including the use of media through demonstration,
peer teaching, and microteaching and their skill in conducting teaching
and learning interactions of different patterns such as individual/pair/
group work, giving drills, questioning, and classroom management.
Students of the regular class (university lecturers/future lecturers) are
assigned to do peer teaching of one of the subjects offered in the
undergraduate program of the English Department State University of
Malang or other universities, while customized students (English teachers
of elementary, secondary junior, or senior high school) are assigned to do
peer teaching of English at their school level.

MTES890 Masters Thesis (6 credits)


Masters thesis writing requires the students independent research
project focused on a topic relevant to ELT (or as indicated by the variety
of, but not necessarily limited to, the offered courses) approved as a thesis

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by a board of examiners, the proposal of which should be presented in a
thesis proposal seminar. In addition, the students are strongly encouraged
to publish the research report in scholarly journals. A Masters thesis is
supposed to be written in not more than 25,000 words or 100 pages (A4,
double-spaced, excluding appendices).

MTES891 Thesis Proposal Seminar (2/2)


This course is administered in the form of seminar attended by
the two thesis supervisors and students of the Masters program. This
course is also abbreviated as TPS and can be taken after students pass
the MING818 Thesis Proposal Development course and after their
complete thesis proposal is approved by their two thesis supervisors.

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DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES FOR DOCTORATE PROGRAM
IN ELT

Credits/ Semester
No. COURSES
hours 1 2 3 4 5 6
A. Education Courses 8/8
1 MKPS901 Philosophy of Science 2/2 X
2 MKPS903 Perspective of 2/2 X
Education
3 MKPS805 Research Design and 4/4 X
Data Analysis

B. Major Courses 18/18


I. Required Courses 16/16
1 DING951 Topics in English 3/3 X
Language Teaching
2 DING952 Advanced Applied 3/3 X
Linguistics
3 DING953 Research Review in 3/3 X
English Language Teaching
4 DING954 Writing for Research 3/3 X
Publication
5 DING955 Dissertation Proposal 4/4 X
Development
ii. Elective Courses 2/2
1 DING956 Research on Second 2/2 (X)
Language Writing
2 DING957 Research on Second 2/2 (X)
Language Reading
3 DING958 Asessment Instrument 2/2 (X)
Development
II. Research Courses for Disertation (30 credits)
1 MDIS990 Doctorate Dissertation 28 (X) (X) (X)

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Credits/ Semester
No. COURSES
hours 1 2 3 4 5 6
2 MDIS991 Dissertation Proposal 2 (X)_
Seminar
Total Credits 56 11 11 4 30

Note:
(1) Courses for odd semester run for 18 weeks from August to December.
(2) Courses for even semester run for 18 weeks from January to May.
(3) Elective courses are offered on the basis of students individual needs or
preferences.

DESCRIPTION OF COURSES FOR DOCTORATE PROGRAM IN


ELT

MKPS901 Philosophy of Science (2/2)


The course aims at providing students with how basic ideas in
philosophy of science, more particularly language, leading to the
emergence of linguistic theories: structuralism to the Saussurean
paradigm, empiricism to the Bloomfieldian school, and rationalism to the
generative enterprise. More specifically, the course is designed to map out
the relationship between well-known linguistic theories in the 20 th century
and further development of both sub-disciplines in micro-linguistics
(phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics) and macro-
linguistics (pragmatics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics and
ethnolinguistics) as well as their implications on TEFL and SLA.

MKPS903 Perspectives of Education (2/2)


This course examines broad issues in what constitutes the
components of Education, especially English Language Teaching, and
reviews the practices of ELT from various perspectives: theoretical,
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professional. The theoretical perspective provides the basis for outlining
the nature of Education from the principles and methodology. The
historical perspective views the practice and development of Education in
the international and Indonesian contexts. The philosophical perspective
focuses on the examination of Education by looking at the relation among
language, teaching, and learning. The political perspective centers on the
discussion of policies behind the goal and practice of Education. The
cultural perspective emphasizes the different cultural background (local
and target cultures) and issues of cultural identity and interculturality. The
technological perspective promotes the importance of information and
communication technology (ICT) and the use of ICT in Education. The
empirical perspective sets out the results of current research and how the
results can provide insights into the policy and practice of Education. The
professional perspective highlights the role of teachers and their
professional development in Education. This course also raises issues of
Education across different perspectives: local, national, and international
perspectives as well as individual and institutional.

MKPS905 Research Design and Data Analysis (4/4)


This course provides basic principles of empirical educational
research. It focuses on the data analysis based on various designs of both
quantitative and qualitative research studies. It provides students with
knowledge and skills to develop proposals for their dissertations.

DING951 Topics in English Language Teaching (3/3)


This course is aimed at discussing trends and issues in ELT which
have emerged in our field in the last 30 years and familiarizing the
students with current issues on ELT both global and national in scope.
The course emphasizes self-initiatives and self activities in discussing and
exploring issues in ELT which are relevant to the students areas of
interest.

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DING952 Advanced Applied Linguistics (3/3)
This course is a continuation of Critical Review on Applied
Linguistics (designed for the S2 degree program), and hence it begins
with how micro- and macro-linguistic theories shape and influence the
fields of TEFL and SLA. At the same time, reorientation is directed
toward the shifting paradigm of Applied Linguistics itselffrom a
theory-affiliated discipline to a problem-driven discipline. In the latter
sense, Applied Linguistics has become more autonomous while
maintaining its primary goal; it serves to bridge the gap between
Theoretical Linguistics and the fields of TEFL and SLA. Accordingly,
suitable instructional materials will be selected and assignments will be
designed to keep the balance between theoretical orientation and
problem-solving orientation.

DING953 Research Review in English Language Teaching (3/3)


The course provides the students with a forum which allows them
to discuss their critical reading and critical written presentation of the
literature related to English Language Teaching focusing on their research
(dissertation). By the end of the course, each student will have been able
to demonstrate familiarity with the background of his or her research
interest, to explain the areas of the research within a clear conceptual
framework, and to present the literature review of his or her topic of
research interest.

DING954 Writing for Research Publication (3/3)


This course is designed to cater for the need to publish research
results prior to and subsequent to the completion of a dissertation. It
assembles the results of the critical review stipulated as the main product
of the course in Research Review in English Language Teaching and
empirical data based on preliminary research for dissertation. The
materials include, inter alia, (1) claim-making, evidentiality, and
rhetorical consideration, (2) angling in data interpretation, (3) selectivity

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in data presentation, (4) issues around authorial voice, (5) ethical issues,
(6) journal publication gate-keeping, and (7) issues around
communication with journal editors. Activities in the course take the form
of seminars, peer-editing, and writing clinics. The products of the course
are working papers that are ready for submission to international journals.

DING955 Dissertation Proposal Development (4/4)


This course is designed to facilitate the students to be well
prepared to embark on doctorate dissertation writing. Upon concluding
the course, each student is expected to have devised a dissertation
proposal showing that he or she is ready to proceed, with an unflagging
high degree of independence, with data collection and analysis as well as
research project report (dissertation). By the end of this course, students
should be able to: (1) explain the background of the topic of their
disertation research; (2) demonstrate familiarity with theories on the topic
of their dissertation research; (3) explain the methodological aspects of
the topic of their dissertation research; (4) present the result of the pilot
study of aspects of the dissertation research; and (5) produce a firm
proposal of their dissertation supported by the results of the pilot study.

DING956 Research on Second Language Writing (2/2)


This course aims at providing students with basic knowledge of the
nature of second language writing. It particularly aims at helping the
students gain deeper insights on the areas of pedagogy and research in
second language writing. At the end of the course, the students are
expected to produce a publishable research-based article on the teaching
or learning of second language writing (conducted through a series of
stages from planning to reporting). The topics discussed in the course
include models of writing (writing as a process, writing as a product, and
writing as a social activity); current research on second language writing,
(i.e process-based, product-based, and genre-based research studies); the
teaching and learning of second language writing; and the use of ICT in
second language writing.

DING957 Research on Second Langage Reading (2/2)

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This course is intended to provide the students with understanding
of the nature of reading and the nature of second language reading. In
particular, the course aims at helping the students to get critical insights
on the areas of pedagogy and research in second language reading. At the
end of the course, students are expected to produce a research-based
article on the teaching and learning of second language reading conducted
through series of stages from planning to reporting. Topics to be discussed
include reading processes, reading strategies, reading and communication,
reading-writing interface, theme-based and genre-based teaching of
second language reading, and research in second language reading.

DING958 Assessment Instrument Development (2/2)


This course provides students with knowledge about the principles
of assessment and skills to develop assessment instruments in English
language teaching. It focuses on the developments of assessment
instruments to collect data in conducting their research studies for their
dissertations, and/or to measure English skills for educational purposes.

MDIS991 Dissertation Proposal Seminar (2 credits)


This course is administered in the form of seminar attended by
the three dissertation supervisors, an examiner who has expertise in the
topic of the dissertation, and students of the doctorate program. This
course is also called as oral qualification and has to be carried out soon
after the written comprehension examination is undertaken. Students who
are taking this course should prepare their complete dissertation proposal
as specified in the outcome of the DING955 Dissertation Proposal
Development course.

MDIS990 Doctorate Dissertation (28 credits)


Doctorate dissertation writing refers to students independent
research projects focused on a topic relevant to ELT (or as indicated by
the variety of, but not necessarily limited to, the offered courses)
approved as a doctorate dissertation by a board of examiners, the proposal
of which must be presented in a seminar as part of a qualifying
examination for doctoral candidacy normally scheduled in the third

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semester subsequent to the completion of Dissertation Proposal Seminar
(MDIS991). The completion of the dissertation should be carried out in
view of the publishability of the material. A doctorate dissertation is
supposed to be written in not more than 40,000 words or 150 pages (A4,
double-spaced, excluding appendices).

FACULTY MEMBERS

A. Effendi Kadarisman, Drs., M.A., Ph.D., Prof. (Lektor Kepala, IV/a),


NIP 195008221984031001, NIDN 0022085006, Drs. Pendidikan
Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1982), M.A. in Linguistics, University
of Hawaii at Manoa, USA (1993), Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of
Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA (1999), Jl. Danau Buyan G7F/17,
Malang 65139, 726-897, 081-2335-4411, E-mail:
effendi_kadarisman@gmail.com, effendi_k@um.ac.id (Expertise:
Linguistics, Linguistic Poetics, Applied Linguistics, Translation,
Pragmatics, Grammar, & Discourse Analysis)
Ali Saukah, M.A.,Ph.D., Prof., H., (Guru Besar, IV/d), NIP 19510227
1980031002, NIDN 0027025101, Drs. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris,
IKIP MALANG (1979), M.A. Language Curriculum and Instruction,
University of IOWA, USA (1986), Ph.D. Language Curriculum and
Instruction, University of Iowa, USA (1990), Jl. Mertojoyo P-6
Merjosari, Malang 65144, 552-757, 081-2339-3189, 088-8383-
7701, E-mail: alisaukah@yahoo.com (Expertise: Curriculum,
Assessment, Research Methodology, Writing for Research
Publication, & Reading)
Arwijati W. Murdibjono, Dra., M.Pd, Dip. TESL., Dr., (Lektor Kepala,
IV/a), NIP 195011041976032001, NIDN 0004115005, Dra.
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1975), M.Pd Pendidikan
Bahasa, IKIP MALANG (1992), Dip. TESL., New Zealand (1987),
Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Negeri Malang (2001),
Landungsari Asri A-46, Malang 65151, 460-495. Fax (0341) 460-
495, 081-2338-7536, E-mail: arwijatimurdibjono@yahoo.com
(Expertise: Reading, Extensive Reading, TEFL, Poetry, Literature in
ELT, Grammar, EYL, Material Development, & Teaching
Techniques)

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Bambang Yudi Cahyono, Drs, M.Pd, M.A., Ph.D., Prof., (Guru Besar,
IV/e), NIP 196403181987011001, NIDN 0018036404, Drs.
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1986), M.Pd Pendidikan
Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1992), M.A. Applied Linguistics,
Concordia University, Kanada (2000); Ph.D. Linguistics and Applied
Linguistics, University of Melbourne, Australia (2006), Jl. Danau
Luar C4-E4, Perumnas Sawojajar, Malang 65138, 712-975,
081-6937-209, E-mail: yudic2000@yahoo.com (Expertise: Applied
Linguistics, Linguistics, Writing, ICT in ELT, CALL, Professional
Development, & Discourse Analysis)
Ekaning Dewanti Laksmi, Dr., M.Pd, M.A. (Lektor, III/c), NIP
196102081986012001, NIDN 0008026108, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG, M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG (1992), M.A. Institute of Education, University of
London, Inggris; Jl. Danau Limboto Barat A4-B10, Perumnas
Sawojajar, Malang 65138, 717-931, 081-25272692, E-mail:
laksmiindonesia@gmail.com (Expertise: TEFL, Writing, Listening,
Curriculum, Material Development, & Sociolinguistics)
Emalia Iragiliati, Dra., Hj., M.Pd, Dr, (Lektor Kepala, IV/a), NIP
195304021986012001, NIDN 0002045301, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1985), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP
MALANG (1991), Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Negeri
Malang (2005), Jl. Puncak Dieng Blok LL 2 No. 12, Malang, 562-
900, 081-3591-57271, E-mail: e_iragiliati@ yahoo.com (Expertise:
Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, CCU, ESP, Material Development, &
Teaching English in International Schools)
Enny Irawati, Dra., M.Pd, Dr, (Lektor, III/c), NIP 196009061986012001,
NIDN 0006096008, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG
(1985), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP MALANG (1991), Dr
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris. Universitas Negeri Malang (2005), Perum
Sumbersari Baru 16 Bandulan, Malang 65146, 572-744, 081-
6156-10666, E-mail: ennyngambek@gmail.com,
ennyinggris_um@yahoo.com (Expertise: TEFL, Listening, Extensive
Reading, Writing, & Learning Autonmy)
Francisca Maria Ivone, S.Pd, M.A., Ph.D. (Lektor, III/c), NIP
197504081900032001, NIDN 0008047503, S.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa

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Inggris, IKIP MALANG, M.A, University of Queensland, Australia;
Ph.D. University of Queensland, Australia; Perum. Bumi Mas Dieng,
Blok C1/9 Malang 65138, 567-512, 081-8380434, E-mail:
fmivone@yahoo.com (Expertise: CALL, ICT in ELT, Applied
Linguistics, & Material Development)
Furaidah, Dr., M.A. (Lektor Kepala, IV/a), NIP 196205181987012001,
NIDN 0018056210, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG, M.A. Ohio State University, Amerika Serikat, Dr.
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Negeri Malang; Jl. Simpang
Candi 554 RT9/2, Karangbesuki, Sukun, Malang 65145, 463293,
081-7532747, E-mail: furaidah02@yahoo.com (Expertise: TEFL,
Reading, Extensive Reading, Writing, & EYL)
Gunadi Harry Sulistyo, Drs., M.A. H., Dr., Prof. (Guru Besar, IV/a), NIP
195803291986011001, NIDN 0029035802, B.A. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP Yogyakarta (1980), Drs. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
Yogyakarta (1981), M.A. Applied Linguistics, The University of
Queensland, Australia (1996), Dr. Penelitian dan Evaluasi Pendidikan,
Universitas Negeri Jakarta. Jl. Tirto Taruno Gg I/20 Landungsari Dau,
Malang 65151, 463-293, Fax (0341) 463-293, 081-753-274, E-
mail: sulistyo.gh@gmail.com, gunadi_hs@yahoo. com (Expertise:
Assessment, Professional Development, Research Methodology,
Reading, Semantics, ICT, & ESP).
Johannes Ananto Prayogo, Drs., M.Pd, M.Ed., Dr., (Lektor, III/d), NIP
195810281986011001, NIDN 0028105807, Drs. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1983), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP
MALANG (1988), M.Ed. Language Arts Univ. of Houston, Texas
(1996); Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, UM (2005); Jl. Kendang 10,
Malang 65146, /Fax. 566-711, 081-8584-148, E-mail:
johannes_songky@um.ac.id, johannes_songky@yahoo.co.id
(Expertise: Speaking, Vocabulary, Grammar, Literature in ELT,
Poetry, Linguistics, & Applied Linguistics)
Mirjam Anugerahwati, Dra., M.A., Dr. (Lektor, III/c), NIP 196502011990
022001, NIDN 0001026506, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG (1987), M.A. of Arts in Applied Linguistics, University of
Queensland, Australia (1998), Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris UM
(2010), Jl. Puncak Malino 56, Tidar Permai, Malang 65146, 567-

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559, 081-5556-48875. E-mail: mirjamanugerahwati@yahoo.com
(Expertise: CCU, Sociolinguistics, TEFL. SLA, Character Building,
EYL, ESP, Curriculum, Material Development, & Literature in ELT)
Mohammad Adnan Latief, Drs., M.A., Ph.D., Prof., H., (Guru Besar,
IV/d), NIP 195103041979031001, NIDN 0004035106, Drs.
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris (ELTTP), IKIP MALANG (1978), M.A.
Language Curriculum and Instruction, The University of IOWA, USA
(1986), Ph.D. Language Curriculum and Instruction, The University
of IOWA, USA (1990), Landungsari Asri Blok F-38, Malang 65151,
460-830, 081-2358-3594, E-mail: adnanlatiefs@yahoo.com
(Expertise: Writing, Syllabus, Reading, Research Methodology,
Assessment, & Research Review in ELT)
Nunung Suryati, Dra., M.Ed., Ph.D. (Lektor, III/c), NIP 196311021988
032002, NIDN 0002116307, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
Bandung, M.Ed. Curtin University, Australia, Ph.D. University of
Newcastle, Australia, Perum. Komp. Bukit Cemara Tidak Blok H1/15,
Malang, 560-600, 081-232788063. E-mail:
nunung_suryati@yahoo.com (Expertise: TEFL, Classroom
Interaction, Teaching Techniques, & EYL)
Nur Mukminatien, Dra., M.Pd, Dr., Hj., Prof., (Guru Besar, IV/d), NIP
195511011987012001, NIDN 0001115504, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1984), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP
MALANG (1991), Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP MALANG (1997),
Jl. Jupiter 9 Tlogomas, Malang 65144, 553-797, 081-130-3138,
E-mail: nurms@teacher.com, nurpink@um.ac.id (Expertise: Writing,
TEFL, Curriculum, & Syllabus)
Sintha Tresnadewi, Dra., M.Pd, Dr, (Lektor, III/b), NIP
196003081987012001, NIDN 0008036007, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG, M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP MALANG,
Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Negeri Malang, Jalan
Hamid Rusdi III/166, Malang 65123,081-23589764, E-mail:
sintha2709@gmail.com (Expertise: Assessment, English Proficiency
Testing, EYL, Grammar, English Skill Courses, English Intensive
Course, & ICT in ELT)
Siusana Kweldju, M.Pd, Ph.D., Prof., (Guru Besar, IV/e), NIP
195904131986032001, NIDN 0013045905, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa

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Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1982), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP
MALANG (1985), Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa, IKIP MALANG (1989),
Jl. Bukit Barisan 28, Malang, 566-249, Fax. (0341) 566-249,
081-2330-9330, E-mail: siusana@um.ac.id, siusana@yahoo.co.id
(Expertise: Reading, Extensive Reading, Teaching English in
International Schools, Vocabulary, and Lexically-based English
Teaching)
Sri Rachmajanti Nurwahyudi, Dra., Dip. TESL., Dip. Appl. Ling., M.Pd,
Dr., (Lektor Kepala, IV/b), NIP 195410161986012001, NIDN
0016105402, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP MALANG
(1984), Dip. TESL New Zealand (1992), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1999), Dip. Appl. Ling. Applied Linguistics
SEAMEO-RELC Singapore; Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, UM
(2006); Jl. Punten No. 11A, Malang, 496-371, 085-2344-72363,
E-mail: loeksr@gmail.com (Expertise: EYL, ESP, TEFL, Speaking,
Material Development, Professional Development, Character
Building, & Curriculum)
Suharmanto, Drs., M.Pd, Dr., (Lektor Kepala, IV/a), NIP 195306101983
031001, NIDN 0010065303, Drs. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG (1981), M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, UM (2000); Dr.
Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, UM (2006); Jl. Tirto Utomo XI/2
Landungsari Dau, Malang 65151, 460-581, 081-2521-6826 E-
mail: harmantoruslan@yahoo.com (Expertise: Reading, Critical
Thinking, Research Methodology, Foundations of ELT, & Learning
Autonomy)
Suharyadi, M.Pd, Dr., (Tenaga Pengajar, III/b), NIP 19791017201012
1003, NIDN 0017107791, S.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG, M.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, UM; Dr. Pendidikan
Bahasa Inggris, UM; Jl. Teluk Cendrawasih IV/55 RT 02 RW 02,
Malang, 482-324, 081-3850-30508 E-mail:
suharyadi_79@yahoo.com (Expertise:Grammar, English Skills,
Genre-based Approach, & TEFL)
Utami Widiati, M.A., Ph.D. Hj., Prof., (Guru Besar, IV/d), NIP
196508131990022001, NIDN 0013086503, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1989), M.A. Language Education,
University of London, Inggris (1996), Ph.D. TESOL, Monash

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University, Australia (2004); River Side Kav. D-412, Malang, 489-
913, 081-3347-80667 E-mail: widiati@um.ac.id,
uwidiati@yahoo.com (Expertise: Writing, SLA, TEFL, Grammar,
Character Building, Book or Material Analysis/ Evaluation/
Development)
Utari Praba Astuti, Dr., M.A. (Lektor, III/d), NIP 195908151986012001,
NIDN 0015085913, Dra. Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, IKIP
MALANG, M.A. University of London, Inggris, Dr. Pendidikan
Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Negeri Malang; Jl. Lahor 37 Malang
65123, 471165, 081-23383739, E-mail:
utari_pastuti@yahoo.com (Expertise: EYL, TEFL, Listening, &
Grammar)
Yazid Basthomi, S.Pd, M.A., Dr., Prof. (Guru Besar, III/d), NIP
197208281999 031002, NIDN 0028087206, S.Pd Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris, IKIP MALANG (1996), M.A. Applied Linguistics, Curtin
University of Technology Australia (2002); Dr. Pendidikan Bahasa
Inggris UM (2006); Jl. Tirtomulyo VI/1B Klandungan Landungsari
Dau, Malang; 081-136-595, E-mail: ybasthomi@um.ac.id,
yazzbazz@yahoo.com (Expertise: Writing, Pragmatics, Discourse/
Genre Analysis, Contrastive Rhetorics, Qualtative Research Method,
ICT, & Applied Linguistics)

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CONTENTS

History 1
Vision 3
Mission 3
Target of the Study Program 3
Distribution of Courses for Masters Program in ELT 5
Description of Courses for Masters Program in ELT 7
Distribution of Courses for Doctorate Program in ELT 15
Description of Courses for Doctorate Program in ELT 16
Faculty Members 21

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CATALOG
MASTERS AND DOCTORATE PROGRAMS
IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

PASCASARJANA
UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MALANG
(STATE UNIVERSITY OF MALANG)
2015

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