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PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONOURS) TEACHING OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

JPT/BPP(MQA/FA2258)10/22

QIU’s Bachelor of Arts (Hons) TESL programme is a 3½ year undergraduate programme that places strong emphasis on the key aspects of teaching and learning, classroom management, and the practical knowledge needed to organise and manage curricular and co-curricular activities. Students will also gain a good understanding of the structure, organisation and management of educational institutions. Faculty members also optimise the use of technology to transform teaching and learning, thereby creating immersive and inclusive experiences which inspire lifelong learning, and help stimulate the development of essential life skills. In addition to the conventional professional experience placement in secondary schools, students may also be attached to organisations such as hotels and other industries, to improve the English language proficiency of the staff.

Individuals who graduate with BA (Hons) TESL can pursue teaching careers in national schools, private schools and other institutions of learning in Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and other ASEAN countries. The programme can also open career pathways in national and multinational companies that employ personnel who are proficient in the English Language particularly in Public Relations, Human Resource, Editing, Writing, Journalism, Advertising Industry, etc. The prospects are good for graduates to be employed locally or internationally.

Matapelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU)

Local

  • Hubungan Etnik
  • TITAS
  • Communication Skills / Bahasa Kebangsaan A
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Community Service

International

  • Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2
  • Malaysian Studies
  • Communication Skills
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Community Service
University Courses
  • English for Academic Purposes I
  • English for Academic Purposes II
  • Understanding Human Behaviour
  • Co-Curriculum Activities
Core Courses

 Year 1:

(Semester 1)

  • English for Academic Purposes 1
  • Understanding Human Behaviour
  • English Grammar

(Semester 2)

  • Hubungan Etnik
  • Principles of Language Learning & Teaching
  • Introduction to English Literature Second Language Acquisition
  • Concepts and Theories in ELT
  • IT in Education

(Semester 3)

  • English for Academic Purposes 2
  • Malaysian Economy
  • Introduction to Socio Linguistics
  • Discourse Analysis
  • TESL Methodology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Introduction to Linguistics

Year 2:

(Semester 4)

  • Teaching Techniques and Classroom
  • Management
  • Culture and Communication

(Semester 5)

  • TITAS
  • Teaching of Listening & Speaking Skills
  • English Phonetics & Phonology
  • ESL Testing & Evaluation
  • Teaching of English Grammar in ESL
  • Classrooms

(Semester 6)

  • English Literature
  • Teaching English for Specific Purposes
  • English Syntax & Morphology
  • Educational Management

Year 3:

(Semester 7)

  • Communication Skills
  • Teaching of Writing Skills

(Semester 8)

  • Educational Research Methodology
  • Teaching of Literature in ESL Classrooms
  • Material Selection & Adaptation

(Semester 9)

  • Seminar in ESL
  • Research Paper
  • Comparative Literature
  • Micro Teaching

Year 3 ½:

(Semester 10)

  • Teaching of Reading Skills
  • Community Service

(Semester 11)

  •  Teaching Practicum
University Courses
  • Principles of Language Learning and Teaching
  • Introduction to English Literature
  • English Grammar
  • English Phonetics and Phonology
  • Language Acquisition
  • Information Technology in Education
  • Concepts and Theories in ELT
  • Introduction to Socio Linguistics
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Educational Psychology
  • TESL Methodology
  • English Syntax and Morphology
  • ESL Testing and Evaluation
  • Teaching of English Grammar in ESL Classrooms
  • Teaching Techniques and Classroom Management
  • Contrastive and Error Analysis
  • English Literature
  • Teaching of English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • Teaching of Listening and Speaking Skills
  • Prose and Poetry in English
  • Educational Research Methodology
  • Educational Management
  • Teaching of Literature in ESL Classroom
  • Material Selection and Adaptation
  • Theatre in English Literature
  • Comparative Literature
  • Teaching of Reading Skills
  • Micro Teaching
  • Research Paper
  • Practicum
ExaminationsRequirements
Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM)Pass STPM or equivalent with at least grade C (NGMP 2.0) in two (2) subjects and pass in related language subjects at SPM level (or equivalent) or STPM
General Certificate of Education
Advanced (“A”) levels
Full passes with at least Grade C in two (2) subjects
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)Pass with at least grade B in five (5) subjects
Matriculation / FoundationPass with minimum CGPA 2.00
International Baccalaureate (IB)Pass with a minimum total points of 24
SAM / AUSMAT / CPUPass with a minimum grade score of 60%
Bangladesh Higher School Certificate (HSC)Grade B in any three (3) subjects including English
Diploma in related studyPass in Diploma with CGPA 2.0
Other QualificationsOther qualifications will be assessed based on Senate’s recommendation and referred to MQA for approval on a case by case basis.
Other Qualifications

Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government AND

Credit in English at SPM or O Level or its equivalent or

Band 3 in MUET English or

Band 5 in IELTS English or

TOEFL English: PBT 500 points or iBT 61 points or

Credit in English at Foundation Level

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Intakes

3 intakes in each academic year

Mode of Study

Lectures, Tutorials, Oral Presentation, Seminars, Case-studies, Problem-based Learning Sessions, Research Project, Teaching Practicum

Duration

Full-time: 3 1/2 years

Assessment

Students’ abilities are gauged through continuous assessments and final examinations. The continuous assessment component comprises of a combination of tests/quizzes, mid-term examinations, presentations, and projects/assignments that account for 60 to 100 marks, depending on the course. The balance of the marks are allocated for the final examination.

Intakes

3 intakes in a year

Mode of Study

Lectures, Tutorials, Oral Presentation, Seminars, Case-studies, Problem-based Learning Sessions, Research Project, Teaching Practicum

Duration

Full-time: 3 1/2 years

Assessment

Student’s ability is gauged holistically through several continuous assessments and a final examination. The continuous assessment component comprises a combination of: tests/quizzes, mid semester examination, presentations and projects/assignments which accounts for an allocation of about 40-60 marks depending on the course. The balance of the marks is allocated for the final examination.

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