1. Course Description
This course focuses on doing seminars on English language learning and teaching. This includes the meaning of seminars, the structure of a mini project proposal, scientific principles, academic use of English in seminars, oral presentation, and issues/feedback/comments in seminars.

2. Standard Competence and Basic Competence
Standard Competences: At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to: 1) write a mini project proposal on English language learning and teaching, and 2) do a mini project proposal presentation systematically.

Basic Competences: At the end of the lessons, students are expected to be able to: 1) explain the meaning of seminars, 2) identify the issues and problems for a research project, 3) identify the structure of a mini project proposal, 4) define the content of each component of a mini project proposal, 5) use academic English in a project proposal, 6) use relevent sources for references, 7) write a draft of a mini research project proposal, 8) present the chosen project proposal orally, 9) demonstrate a range of appropriate English in an oral project proposal presentation, 10) address issues or questions in a project proposal seminar, 11) revise the draft for a complete mini research proposal

3. Instructional Strategy
In optimising the process of learning and teaching, student-centred learning (SCL) through individual presentation on vlog and virtual seminar is effectively used in order to enable and encourage students to actively participate in understanding research project proposal seminars.