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STUDY ABROAD in BALI SPORT & PHYSIOTHERAPY   Short Course: August 2016 Summer Semester April 4 – July 22, 2016 Winter Semester September 5 – December 16, 2016 www.tropliving.com

                      Udayana University- Bali www.unud.ac.id

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program    

Study Abroad Program – TROPICAL LIVING - BALI

SPORT & PHYSIOTHERAPHY

Udayana University offers another new study abroad program in Sport Science and Physiotherapy under the Faculty of Engineering; and Department of Physiotherapy, Medicine Faculty. It is a comprehensive course that covers theories, practices, physical training, workshop and excursions, designed for university students or sport professionals. The course is offered every semester; run within 16 weeks; and all subjects are credited into European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The maximum amount of credits to be earned is 30-40 ECTS. The modules offered in 2 packages of courses, (A) Semester Program: which include 2 subjects in Sport Physiotherapy, 2 subjects in Fitness and Well being, and another 2 subjects in Social sciences. (B) Short Course “Water Sports”: offered in the form of 2 weeks workshop and outdoor activities, with total credits 10 ECTS.

A. Modules for 1 semester in Sport & Physiotherapy: 1. Water Sports (10 ECTS) 2. Sport Science & Physiotherapy (5 ECTS) 3. Physical Health & Fitness (10 ECTS) 4. Sports -of the Tropics (5 ECTS) 5. Indonesian language- Bahasa (5 ECTS) 6. Indonesian Culture and History (5 ECTS) B. Modules for 2-week course in Sport & Physiotherapy: Water Sports: includes wave surf, wind surf, river rafting and diving

Eligibility: nd Bachelor or Master students from 2 semester of study from background of Sport Science, Physiotherapy, Physical Education or Medicine are eligible to join the study abroad program. Sport practitioners and other related professionals are also welcome to participate in this course.

Important Dates for 1-Semester study: • Application closed March 10, 2016 (Summer class); August 10, 2016 (Winter class) • Semester starts April –July, 2016 (Summer class); September – December (Winter class) • Study Fees Euro 1,550 to be paid by the latest: March 30 (Summer); August 30 (Winter) • The study fees covers lectures, exercises, trainings, workshops, visa extensions, welcoming and farewell dinner, excursions, daily coffee + snack refreshments and other student services. • The study fees EXCLUDE living cost, accommodation, transportations • Any queries should be addressed to: [email protected], cc : [email protected] Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program   •

  Further information can be found in F.A.Q: www.tropliving.com

Important Dates for 2-Week Study: • Applications are open whole year for tailored program (dates are proposed by group participants) • Regular 2-week program offers in April, July, August, September, December 2016 • Study Fees Euro 875 to be paid by the latest: a month before commencing the program. • The study fees covers lectures, exercises, outdoor activities & trainings, workshops, coaching, farewell dinner, excursions, daily coffee + snack refreshments and other student services. • The study fees EXCLUDE living cost, accommodation, transportations • Any queries should be addressed to: [email protected], cc : [email protected] • Further information can be found in F.A.Q: www.tropliving.com

MODULES:

Subject

: WATER SPORTS

Lecturing Team

: Gede Parta Kinandana, S.FT Prof. Dr. Dr. I Nyoman Adiputra Ari Wibawa, SSt.FT, M.Fis : Weekly : 120 hours in total : 10 ECTS : Physiotherapy, University of Udayana : Sudirman Campus

Time Duration Credit Points Department Location

Course Description: As the island of Bali offers various types of beach and stunning landscapes filled with adventurous rivers, the water sports become an integral part of local daily activities. This course takes the nature potentials of perfect ocean waves, deep blue coral reefs, Spring Rivers and local tradition of yoga practices as perfect conditions and study materials to learn techniques in water sports. Whether you have never done any kind of water sports before, this course through careful training enables you to attain basic skills in water sports. The Water Sports module is offered in 2 different types of course package: Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     (C) Semester Program: the module of Water Sports is one of 6 subjects offered in the Study Abroad Program: Sport and Physiotherapy. The length of the course is 16 weeks offered 30 ECTS in total. (D) Short Course “Water Sports”: offered in the form of 2 weeks workshop and outdoor activities, with total ECTS earned 10 credits.

Learning Objectives: • • •

The course is intended to equip students with basic skills in water sports such as wave surfing, wind surfing, river rafting and diving. By the end of the course, students will understand the core technique of water sports; gain basic skills in various water sports as well as yoga training. Students are trained for the next level of course to become a water sport instructor

Course content: Topics 1

Introduction to Bali landscapes and available water sports Brief about Bali island, the topography, landscape, water area. At glance about the culture, traditions and potentials of water sports

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Bali Green Surf. First day of outdoor activities. Introduction to the coaches from Bali Green Surf. Being familiar with the beach, waves, winds and the water sport equipments. Understand the surfing area, types of surfboards and how they work.

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Surfing techniques and exercise. Takes place in the most popular beach in Bali; Kuta Beach. Some basic techniques are introduced and simple trainings are introduced from padling, popping up, paddle out to the surf and catch the waves.

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Surfboard Workshop. A special full day workshop to traditionally make surfboard that fits surfer’s need. Students will be provided with materials for making the surfboard and will work closely with local craftmen

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Surfing Training & Exercise. Provides texhniques and scicence how to keep physical and mental state in balance. It starts with surfing fitness includes such workouts as core strength, upper body strength, lower body strength, flexibility, streching and yoga. The lesson continues in the water, to catch different waves and to reach confident level in surfing.

Wind Surfing: Brief about character of the beach; Sanur Beach. Understanding the winds and windsurf sport concept, knowing the windsurf kit: the board and the ring, the dagger board. Exercising widnsurf fitness and finally start windsurfing.

River Rafting; Participants will have the opportunities to enjoy the Bali’s landscape of Bali, mountains and valleys along the spring river in Ubud regency. This outdoor sport activity will be started with brief about the area, the river and continue to the concept of rafting for sports. Understand team work and leadership in sport, knowing the equipment, balance and safety Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     issues.

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Mid Semester Exam

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Semester Break Diving: The class will take place in Tulamben, Northern Bali. Students will learn how to dive as well as practicing social work by assisting the locals with their under water projects. It starts with the diving philosophy, the importance of knowledge in replacing the fear and fantasy, safety rules, and diving equipment. Understand the risk, develop the technigues and skills through comfort. Experience the underwater live, the wrecks and atthe same time enjoy the sport.

Yoga Science, After intensive new water sport activities, students will be introduced the Bali’s concept of balance and harmony through out their daily lives as well as through sports. The brief about philosophy of yoga, the types, the concept and benefits of yoga in water sports are described in this class. Yoga Exercise: Several exercises of yogas will be introduced in relation to balance and harmony that influenced fitness in water sports. Studetns may have the opportunity to taylor some yoga postures, which fit their health conditions and needs.

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Balinese Dance; Philosophy and theory of Balinese dance in the fire and water. Knowing the relation of sports and arts, understand the physical movements and the music. Simple training of dances and traditional fitness.

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Student Seminar and Presentation/ Exam week

Subject

: SPORT SCIENCE & PHYSIOTHERAPHY

Lecturing Team

Time Duration Credit Points Department Location

: Prof. Dr.dr. I Putu Gede Adiatmika, M.Kes, AIFO I Made Niko Winaya, SSt.FT, SKM, M.Fis I Putu Gde Surya Adhitya, S.FT : Weekly : 74 hours in total : 5 ECTS : Physiotheraphy, University of Udayana : Sudirman Campus

Course Description

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The module demonstrates basic understanding of sport science including energy system, diet and nutrition, psychological effect of exercise, first aids, management of injury and herbal remedy. Physiotherahy and fitness concepts are introduced upon the sport activities such as aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity, muscle power, strength, endurance, agility and speed. Learning Outcomes

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Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     Upon the completion of the course, participants will get the general knowledge of sport and physiotheraphy which are essential for appropriate physical activities, exercises and remedy. Participants will be able to conduct fitness testing, demonstrate basic techniques of physiotheraphy and clinical aspect of sport injury.

References : • Kjaer, Michael., et all. 2003. Text Book Of Sport Medicine Basic And Clinical Aspect Of Sport Injury And Physical Activity. • Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Physician, Third Edition; Sport Notes • The Physiology Of Training; Sport physiotherapy applied science & practice

Course Content: Topics 1

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Introduction to exercise and sport science Brief about Bali island, the topography, landscape, water area. At glance about the culture, traditions and potentials of water sports Pre-exercise evaluation Things to be examined: History, HEENT, Cardiac, Pulmonary, Abdoment, Neurologic, Musculoskeletal, Dermatologic, and Genitourinary. History identify the majority of medical problem that will affect athelete. The physician needs to inquire about, Chronic medical illnesses, surgical history, allergies, and current medications, including both prescription and over-the counter medicines. Diet And Nutrition Caloric Requirements, Macronutrients and micronutrients, Fluid requirements, Age considerations, Nutrisi for athelete (carbohydrate loading, pre game meal, post game meal) Energy System Of Sport Fuels for energy, Mechanism of intracellular energy system, phosphagen system, Body response to various training, Physical and environmental factors affecting performance, Environmental factors affecting exercise Physiological Effect On Body System Of Exercise Understand the basis for the various principles of training as well as to evaluate and design physical fitness programmes; Education on how the body adapts to short and long term exercise, enabling different and specific programme design; description and explanation of the body’s response to exercise and the adaptation to exercise training, to maximize human performance; Environmental factors affecting exercise. Physiology of Exercise (strength, endurance, power, flexibility) Definition of stength, endurance, power and flexibility exercises, physiology of stength, endurance, power and flexibility exercises, concept of stength, endurance, power and flexibility exercises. Biomechanics of sport (running, swimming, cycling, surfing) Movement Patterns – Exploring the Essence and Purpose of Movement Analysis, Qualitative Analysis of Sports Movements, Movement Patterns and the Geometry of Motion, Quantitative Measurement and Analysis of Movement, Forces and Torques – Causes of Movement, the Human Body and the Anatomy of Movement Mid Semester Exam Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     9&10

Semester Break

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Sport Injuries Types of sport injury; classificatiom of injury prevention; risk factor sport injury; principle of injury prevention; principle of rehabilitation and training in sport injury

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First Aids Of Sport Injury Definition of first aids in sport injury, importance of first aids; First aids for scratches, cramps, sprain and strain; First aids for fracture and joint dislocation; First aids for head and spine injury; First aids for heart attack.

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Management of sport injury • Overview management of sport injury. • Interprofessional teamwork to deal with sport injury. • Principle of training and rehabilitation. Traditional/ Herbal Remedy Traditional medicine; Herbal medicine; Balinese traditional medicine; Balinese herbal medicine.

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Student Seminar and Presentation/ Exam week

Subject

: PHYSICAL HEALTH AND FITNESS

Lecturing Team Time Duration Credit Points Department Location

: Gede Parta Kinandana, S.FT Ari Wibawa, SSt.FT, M.Fis : Weekly : 140 hours in total : 10 ECTS : Physiotheraphy, University of Udayana : Sudirman Campus

Course Description

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The course emphasizes physical activities and fitness throughout comprehensive workouts and exercises on muscles. In addition to the regular workouts, participant will learn basic science of gym including the concept of supplements, diet, bulking and shaping. Learning Outcomes • • •

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Students are trained to maintain the level of physical fitness By the end of the course, students will understand the basic skills and tecnigue of gym through appropriate muscle workouts and fitness. Students will be able to demonstrate basic knowledge about gym sciences

References

: Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     • • •

Fahey TD. 2005. Weight Training Basics. A Complete Guide for Men & Women. McGraw-Hill Company. Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Physician, Third Edition; Sport Notes The Physiology Of Training; Sport physiotherapy applied science & practice

Course Content: Topics 1

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Basic Introduction & Knowledge of Gym Science The benefit of weight training; How muscles contract & grow; Getting Started : the basics; Designing a Program Workout of Upper Extremity Muscles Exercise for the shoulder, Exercise for the front of the arm, Exercisse for the back of the arm, Exercise of for the arm Workout of Lower Extremity Muscle

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Multi-joint Lower-body Exercise, Auxiliary Exercises for the Lower Body, Advanced Lift & Functional Training Workout of Trunk Muscle (part 1) Abdominal Fat : Bad & Ugly; The abdominal muscles; Effective exercise for abdominal muscles; The Core & Kinetic Chain

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Workout of Trunk Muscle (Part 2) 5

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The back muscles Exercise for upper back Exercise for middle back Exercise for lower back

Gym Additional : Suplemental, Diet, Bulking, Shaping Essentials Nutrients; The healthy, High-Performance diet & Food guide pyramid; Diet, Exercise, Weight Control; Losing Weight : Weight training, aerob ics, & diet.; Ergogenic Aids : Drugs & Supplements

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Exercise : Upper Extremity Workout 7

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Shoulder workout Elbow workout Forearm & Wrist workout

Mid Semester Exam Semester Break Exercise : Lower Extremity Workout

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Hip Workout Knee Workout Ankle Workout

Exercise : Trunk Workout 12

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Neck Workout Chest Workout Abdominal Workout Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     •

Back Workout (upper, middle, lower)

Core Muscle : Recent Advances in Gym Science • • • • •

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Anatomy of core muscle Function of core muscle Core muscle versus other trunk muscles Exercise to activate your core muscle Core muscle & its effect for the bodies.

Exercise : Core Muscle Workout 14

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Student Seminar and Presentation/ Exam week

Practice Core muscle exercise as therapeutic rehabilitation Practice Core muscle exercise to improve performance in athlete

Subject

: SPORTS OF THE TROPICS

Lecturing Team

Time Duration Credit Points Department Location

: Prof. Dr. Dr. I Nyoman Adiputra Putu Ayu Sita saraswati, S,FT Made hendra Satria Nugraha, S.FT : Weekly : 74 hours in total : 5 ECTS : Physiotheraphy, University of Udayana : Sudirman Campus

Course Description

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The course offers a comprehensive knowledge about various types of sports in tropical countries, especially in South East Asian countries. It describes the nature of tropical climates & environment, which influence the nature of physical activities, including in the context of social-culture, tradition and equipments. Learning Outcomes • • •

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Students will be able to demonstrate basic understanding about types of physical activities in tropical countries. Students will be able to analyze the advantages and disadvantages between the nature of sports in their home coutnries and in tropical countries. Gain knwledge about traditional sports, SPA and physiotheraphy and other specific physical activities in the tropics, specially in Indonesia.

References : • Hartley, Hazel. 2009. Sport, Physical Recreation and the Law • Norman, Van Kay. 2010. Exercise and wellness for older adults 2nd edition • Casper, Jonathan. 2015. Sport Management and the Natural Environment Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     •

Hassan, David. 2014. Sport and Communities ( Sport in the Global Society- Contemporary Perspective)

Course Content: Topics Socio-Culture And Environment Consideration In Sport

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Introduction of socio-culture and environment consideration in sport; Socio-culture in sport in the world; Balinese socio-culture; Environment impact for sport ; Type of sport in every kind of environment

Sport, Law And Governance 2

• Definition of sport • The law of sport in the world especially in Indonesia • Governance support in sport’s development Sport Wellness

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Definition of sport and wellness; The difference of fitness and wellness; Component of sport and fitness; Component of health and wellness; Sport and wellness center in Bali Spa & Physiotherapy Definition of spa: Variation of spa; The most well-known spa in Bali; Tools in spa; Impact of having spa; Spa in Physiotherapy

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Well Being Workshop • •

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Practicing Yoga Practicing Balinese Dancing

Sport In Hot And Humid Environment Introduction; Environment impact for sport; Definition of hot and humid environment; Sports in hot and humid environment

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Sport Communities In Bali/ Indonesia Definition sport communities: How it built; Sports communities in Bali and their schedule activity

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Mid Semester Exam Semester Break • • •

Sport Recreations Definition of sport recreation; How sport recreation is built ; Variation of sports recreation

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Traditional Sports Definition traditional sports The history of traditional sports in Bali Variation of traditional sports in Bali/Indonesia

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Sports Environment In Bali Introduction Environment impact for sport Sports environment in Bali

Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program    

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Variation of sports that match with it

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Sport Event Introduction Why sport event is held Sports events in the world Variation of sports that compete in it How to manage it

Student Seminar and Presentation/ Exam week

Subject Teacher (s)

: HISTORY OF INDONESIA AND CULTURE : 1. Prof. I Wayan Ardika 2. Riri Kertayasa, MA : Weekly : 74 hours in total : 5 ECTS : Faculty of Engineering, University of Udayana : Sudirman Campus

Time Duration Credit Points Department Location

Description This course has consisted of two main parts. The first part, four weekly meetings will be given in the form of lectures, focusing in history. Particular attention is given on historiography of nation-building, religions, society and culture of Indonesia. The last four remaining weekly meetings is in the form of presentations and discussions of topical issues based on previous readings assignment. Students will introduce assigned readings and choose a specific topic for group research (a group of five), culminating in a paper of about 20 pages and give presentation before the class. Course objectives ⁃

To broaden and deepen the students' cultural (political, social, religious, historical, art) knowledge of and insight Indonesia. ⁃ To understand the development of tourism in Indonesia, particularly in Bali. Both oral and written presentations are required. Mode of instruction The course combines lectures with presentations and discussion. Timetable Week 1 2

Topic Nusantara; history of pre-modern and colonial periods History of Indonesia I: Sumatra and Sulawesi

Description Lecture Lecture

Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program     3

History of Indonesia II: Bali and the structure of Hindu temples Art and Culture: the influence of “local” culture in creating a piece of art

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Lecture Weekly presentation based on the readings, discussion

History of tourism in Indonesia

Lecture

Cultural and ecotourism; case study

Weekly presentation based on the readings, discussion

Cultural and Eco tourism: case study II 9&10

Break Semester

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Impact of tourism: advantages and disadvantages

Weekly presentation based on the readings, discussion

Class Assignment: analyzing cartoons

Submission paper

Group presentations Deadline paper Final Exam or class Seminar

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Assessment method - Performance in class (presentations, discussion, class attendance) (20% of final mark) - 20 pages paper (30% of final mark)

Reading list Weekly readings to be announced later

Subject

BAHASA INDONESIA

Lecturers

:1. I nyoman Udayana, P.hD 2. S A Isnu Maharani, S.S., M.hum : 5 ECTS : Sudirman Campus

Credit Class room

Materials Indonesian Greeting Steps to do Self Introduction Family members Indonesian alphabets Indonesian numbers Indonesian Pronouns Simple Sentences Indonesian Text (Balinese Culture) Vocabularies Word Game Positive, Negative & Interrogative Statements Self introduction Vocabularies Holidays Future tense Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id   o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o

 

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UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

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Colors Human characters Exercise on rearranging colors and characters

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Dialogue about shopping Making request Imperatives Text with various inclusive Indonesian verbs Holiday, Future Tense, Colors Human characters Request & imperatives

Assessment Method : • Assignments 20% • Project 40% • Oral presentation 15% • Final exam 25%

Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id  

 

  MINISTRY  OF  NATIONAL  EDUCATION  and  CULTURE  

UDAYANA  UNIVERSITY  

  TROPICAL  LIVING    

Study  Abroad  Program    

Tropical  Living  -­‐  International  Office   Building  C,  Room  C5  Engineering  Faculty,  JL.  PB  Sudirman  Denpasar,  Bali,  Indonesia  80232   Email:  [email protected],  web:  www.tropliving.com,  www.unud.ac.id