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Leadership and Community Services Component

EK 00103 INTERIM (INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNAL INTERACTION)

The course structure exposes student’s capability to methods, techniques and approaches in skills of institutional and communal interaction with specific community or social group, while experiencing immediate social situation especially among peripheral community. Students will also be guided to ways of interaction with rural community, the elderly, school children and others.   This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Ainon Mohamad dan Abdullah Hassan. (1996). Berfikir Dalam Darjah. Utusan Publication & Distributors Sdn. Bhd. Kuala Lumpur

Altaman, (1975). The Environment & Social Behavior, Books Cohen Publishing Co. California.

Bili P.S Lim. (1997). Berani Gagal. Hardknocks Factory Sdn. Bhd. Petaling Jaya.

Cohan, A.R. (1964). Attitude Change & Social Influence. Basic Books, New York.

Yassin, M. (1996). Operasi Khidmat Masyarakat. Kuala Lumpur : Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd.

EK 00203 STUDENT ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

In this course, students are trained to plan and perform projects on specific activities. They are exposed to various theories and organizational management styles such as leadership, personal management, financial and marketing management. Students are also trained to prepare quality proposals, skills towards managing a meeting and proposal presentation techniques efficiently. This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Aminuddin Mohd Yusof. (1990). Kepimpinan. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Brook, William T. (1994). Pengurusan Berkesan Hebat (terj.) 1995. Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

George, Jeniffer M & Jones, Gareth R. (1996). Understanding and Managing Organizational Behavior. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.

Hall, Richard H. (1996). Organizations : Structures, Processes and Outcomes. 6th ed. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Robbins, Stephen P. & Coulter, Mary. (1996). Management. Prentice Hall.

EK 00303 LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION

This course aims to teach students the basics and theories of leadership and organization. Students will learn proper techniques to communicate with people and to make decision. Upon completing the course, students will conduct a collaborated project with a rural community, where they will be tested on skills of managing a meeting, decision making, accomplishing tasks, preparing paperwork and implementing plans. This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Reeve, J. (1997). Understanding Motivation and Emotion (2nd ed.). London : Harcourt Brace College Publishers.

Bratton.J.,Grint, K., & Nelson, D.L., 2004. Organizational leadership. United States: South-Western, Thomson

Dubrin, A.J., 2000. Leadership: Research findings, practice and skills. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company

Hughes, L.W. (1994). The Principal As Leader. New York : Macmillan College Publishing Company.

Ohlsen, M.M, Horne, M.A dan Lawe, F.E. (1998). Group Counseling. New York Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.

  

EK 00403 MOSQUE MANAGEMENT

This course aims to educate students the functions of a mosque in Islam and its significance as an effective institution to care and maintain the Islamic teachings. Students are also guided to maximize the role of a mosque by channelling the community service to public including the fardhu kifayah. from initial process to the burial; this includes the bathing, the shrouding and the praying of a body. This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Mohamed Sulaiman, 1995. Kepimpinan dan Pengurusan Strategik Untuk Kecemerlangan Organisasi. Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Sulaiman Endut. 1997. Asas-asas Fardhu Ain. Pustaka Hj. Abdul Majid. Kuala Lumpur

Monograph

Abdul Razak Abu Chik. (2002). Penyampaian Khutbah – Satu Pendangan. Koleksi Kertas Kerja Pengurusan Masjid JAKIM

Hj. Mohd. Sharir Hj. Abdullah, Datuk. (2002). Peranan Masjid Terhadap Pembangunan Ummah. Koleksi kertas Kerja Pengurusan Masjid JAKIM.

Hj. Wan Zahidi Wan The, Dato’. (2002). Masjid Sebagai Institusi Di Bawah Hak Sultan. Koleksi Kertas Kerja Pengurusan Masjid, JAKIM.

EK 00503 HEALTH PROMOTION (Only For Medical Student)

Health promotion module is a co-curriculum activity run by the School of Medicine. The activity is suited specifically for the student in the Medical Doctor programme. In this module the student group is expected to plan, prepare a proposal and implement the health promotion activity based on finding from rapid rural appraisal in a selected rural area. The assessment is based assessment by the group supervisor on the individual performance, group report and group presentation.

References

Cossens BJ. 1992. Preventive Medicine and Public Health. The National Medical Series for Independent Study. Harwal Publishing. Tokyo.

Tones, K. Tilford S., and Robison. 1990. Health Education: Effectiveness and Efficiency. Chapman and Hall, London.

Wass A. 1997. Promoting Health. The Primary Care Approach. WB Saunders Harcourt brace and Company.

Monograph

World Health Organisation. 1982. Primary Health care From Theory to Action. WHO   Copenhagen.

World Helath Organisation. 1986. The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. WHO. Geneva.

EK 00603 ORATOR

Oration is a form of public speaking. In this course, students learn the thinking skill to imagine and expand ideas spontaneously. In order to develop the scope of this course and to make it more compact and dynamic (as it is a co-curriculum), the management aspects are also taught in this course. One of the content of this course is to expose students on the management procedure of activities relating to public speaking (for example, a debate, forum, oration, poetry and pantun). This course incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmers.

References

Freely, Austin J. (1996). Argumentation and Debate : Critical Thinking for Reasoned   Decision Making. Belmont : Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Hartley, Peter. 2001. Interpersonal Communication (2nd ed.). Routledge.

Hybels, Saundra, and Richard L. Weaver. 2003 Communicating Effectively. Boston : McGraw-Hill.

Patrick, Fanning, Matthew, Phd McKay, Martha Davis. 2000. Messages : The Communication Skills Book. New Harbinger Publication, Inc.

Robert , Bolton. 1988. People Skills. Simon & Schuster New York.

EK 00703 PUBLIC SPEAKING / ELOCUTION

This course aims to expose and educate students on the effective communication techniques used daily and for public speaking and elocution. Students will learn the language style and methods to choose suitable contents for public speaking. In class, students will be asked to familiarize themselves in speaking, building confidence and being smart in choosing the right words and sentence in order to convey specific meaning.

References

Freely, Austin J. 1996. Argumentation and Debate : Critical Thinking for Reasoned Decision Making. Belmont : Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Griffin, Em. 1997. A First Look at Communication Theory. New York : McGraw-Hill.

Hybels, Saundra, and Richard L. Weaver. Communicating Effectively. Boston : McGraw- Hill.

J, J. N. Jayant and Shoham. 1992. Coding of Wideband Speech : Speech Communication. McGraw-Hill

Noonan, Peggy. 1998. Simply Speaking. New York : Regan Books.

EK 00803 KEMBARA

This course aims to teach students the basics and theories of survival in camping expedition to build student’s survivor skills. Students will learn usage of basic camping gear, proper techniques to maintain, survival skills and involve in camping activities. This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Allen O’Bannon, Mike Clelland. 2001. Travelling and Camping Skills For A Wilderness Environment. Haynes Publishing

Cliff Jacobson. 1999. Basic Essentials Map and Compass. Haynes Publishing

Dian Thomas. 1994. Roughing It Easy . Thompson Wadsworth

Doug Werner. 1999. A Beginners Guide To Hiking and Backpacking. Thompson wadsworth

Karen Berger, Ron Hilderbrand. 1998. A Trailside Guide.

EK 00903 DEBATE

This course aims to expose and educate students on the effective communication techniques used daily and for debate. Students will learn the language style and methods to choose suitable contents for debating. In class, students will be asked to familiarize themselves in speaking, building confidence and being smart in choosing the right words and sentence in order to convey specific meaning. This course also incorporates on soft-skills enhancement in which student must actively participate in related social and community activities and programmes.

References

Freely, Austin J., 1996. Argumentation and Debate : Critical Thinking for Reasoned Decision Making. Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Hybels, Saundra, and Richard L. Weaver. Communicating Effectively. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

J, J. N. Jayant and Shoham, 1992. Coding of Wideband Speech: Speech Communication          

Noonan, Peggy, 1998. Simply Speaking. New York: Regan Books.

Abdullah Hassan Ainon Mohd, 2008. Teori dan teknik ucapan berpengaruh, Edisi Kemas Kini, PTS Millennia Sd. Bhd