Practice Based Class

1. Listening

Listening lessons are dynamic practice sessions aimed at improving students' comprehension and English language skills. These sessions typically utilize diverse audio materials such as podcasts, movies, songs, and news. Students engage actively by taking notes, asking questions, and participating in discussions related to the content. Through reflection and feedback from lecturers, students refine their listening strategies and language proficiency, fostering a collaborative and interactive learning environment.

2. Micro Teaching

Micro Teaching lesson serves as practical training sessions for aspiring educators. During these sessions, students deliver short focused lessons to their peers in the classroom. The lesson is typically observed by both peers and lecturers, who provide constructive feedback and guidance for improvement. Through micro teaching, students gain valuable experience in lesson planning, instructional delivery, and classroom management, preparing them for future teaching roles.

3. Statistic

This course equips students with the basic concepts of statistics and its application in research, focusing on in the area of English language teaching. The main foci of the course involve the basic terms in quantitative and qualitative research, frequency distribution and data presentation, central tendency and variability, normal distribution, reliability, correlational studies, and the implementation of descriptive and inferential statistic designs in English language teaching research. Lecturers provide support and feedback to help students grasp complex statistical principles and develop critical thinking skills essential for interpreting and drawing conclusions from data.

4. Speaking

Speaking lessons are designed to enhance students' oral communication skills and confidence in expressing ideas fluently and coherently. These sessions typically incorporate activities such as panel discussions, presentations, role-play, MC, and international conferences. Students engage in structured exercises to practice pronunciation, intonation, and vocabulary usage while receiving feedback from both peers and lecturers. Through consistent practice and constructive critique, students develop effective speaking strategies and gain proficiency in articulating their thoughts in diverse contexts.