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Republic of the Philippines

CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY


Mambusao Satellite College
Poblacion, Mambusao, Capiz
Course Syllabus in Eng. 213
Date Revised/Enhanced: June 9, 2015
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University VMGO
Vision:
Center of Academic Excellence Delivering Quality Service to All
Mission:
Capiz State University is committed to provide advanced knowledge and innovation; develop skills, talents and values; undertake relevant research, development and extension
services; promote entrepreneurship and environmental consciousness; enhance industry collaboration and linkages with partner agencies.
Goals:
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Globally competitive graduates


Institutionalized research culture
Responsive and sustainable extension services
Maximized profit and viable agro-industrial business ventures
Effective and efficient administration

Objectives of the College of Arts and Sciences:


1. Create an environment of shared leadership and responsibilities with competent administrator
2. Provide relevant trainings and seminars to faculty, staff, and students
3. Produce highly competitive graduates
4. Conduct relevant and applied researches
5. Extend financial support and manpower for outreach activities
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Program/Degree:
Bachelor of Arts (Major: English)
Department Objectives:
1.Prepare competent and employable professionals in the field of Arts.
2. Provide varied opportunities and leadership trainings for both faculty and students to improve instruction.
3. Provide opportunities for faculty and students to engage in relevant applied research activities to enrich instruction.
4. Conduct relevant and sustainable extension activities as channels for research outputs.
5. Develop and implement income-generating projects to augment income and to support instruction.

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Course No. and Title:


Prerequisite/s:
School Year/Semester Offered:
Course Description:
Course Credit/Unit:
Course Design Matrix:
Course Outcomes

Eng. 213 Speech Communication


Eng. 11, Eng. 12
First Semester

The course focuses on effective speech communication in various situations and the basic principles of effective speaking, speech preparation and delivery.
It also gives emphasis on the physiology of speech sounds of the English language.
3 units

Intended Learning
Outcomes

CO1-Acquire
understanding of
CO2-Listen
and speakto
the
nature and
communicate ideas,
function
interact of
with others and
communication,
develop good listening
specifically
habits. speech
communication.

Content

References

Instructional
Materials

Teachers
Activities

Learners
Activities

Assessment
Tasks

Time Frame

Define
I. The Nature
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communication
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instructor
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III. Listening
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M.
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notes
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lecture
-Listening
to
the
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3 hours
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presentation
lesson
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instructor
quiz
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nonverbal
A. Definition
of
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Speech
for
-Video
lesson
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Communication.
-Video
-Taking
down
Effective
-Playing the videos
-Participating
in the
Discuss
Define
speechthe kinds B. Importance of
B.
Difference
between
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Communication.
discussion
of listening
communication
C.
Kinds
of
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process
F. Overcoming Barriers D. 2002.
Explain
Discuss
the how theII. Speech
questions
to Good Listening
Responsible
barriers
to
good
elements of
Communication
Speech
listening take place
speech
A. Definition of Speech
Communication.
Suggest solutions
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C. Elements of Speech
communication
Communication
D. Levels of
Communication

CO3-Use words
effectively in
communication
withcorrect articulation of
speech sounds and
observing the prosodic
features of the language.

Define language
Discuss the nature
of language
Demonstrate in
communication
activities and in
real life situations
mastery of verbal
symbols
Identify the bodily
organs involved in
producing speech
sounds
Explain how the
voice is produced
Describe how the
organs of speech

IV. The Symbol System


of VerbalCommunication
A.Definition of Language
B. Nature of Language
C. Language in Use- Its
Sounds, Words and
Sentences
1. Parts of the Human
Speech Apparatus
2. How Voice Is
Produced
3. Segmentals or
Individual Sounds
1. Consonants
2. Vowels
3. Diphthongs

4.Suprasegmentals
are
1.Stress
coordinatedlyand
2. Intonation
integratedly
3. Blending
involved in
4. Juncture
breathing,
phonation,
resonation and
articulation
Produce the
vowels,
consonants and
diphthongs
Illustrate how
suprasegmentals
affect the meaning
of words

Padilla, Mely M. -Lecture notes


-Giving lecture
et al. 2003.
-PPT presentation -Discussing the
Speech for
-Speech laboratory lesson
Effective
-Demonstrating the
Communication.
production of
Bulacan,
individual speech
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sounds
Publishing, Inc.
-Operating the
speech laboratory

-Listening to the
instructor
-Taking down notes
-Participating in the
discussion
-Listening to the
production of
individual speech
sounds through the
speech laboratory
-Simulating the
production of
speech sounds

-Graded written
quiz
-Graded oral quiz
-Recording of the
production of
speech sounds

12 hours

CO4- Communicate
effectively using
nonverbal symbols.

CO5- Communicate
effectively in all levels of
communication and in
various situations
applying the principles of
speech preparation and
speech delivery.

Discuss the
importance of
nonverbal
communication in
any
communication
situation
Differentiate the
types of nonverbal
symbols
Demonstrate in
communication
activities mastery
of nonverbal
symbols
Explain the nature
of intrapersonal
communication
Demonstrate
intrapersonal
communication

Define
interpersonal
communication
Discuss the forms
of dyadic
communication
Explain the general

V. The Symbol System of


Nonverbal
Communication
A. Characteristics of
Nonverbal
Communication
B. Functions of
Nonverbal
Communication
C. Types of Nonverbal
Symbols

Padilla, Mely M. -Lecture notes


et al. 2003.
-PPT presentation
Speech for
-Video
Effective
Communication.
Bulacan,
Philippines:Trinitas
Publishing, Inc.

-Giving lecture
-Discussing the
lesson
-Playing the videos
-Demonstrating
nonverbal
communication

VI. Intrapersonal
Communication
A. Meaning of
Intrapersonal
Communication
B. Nature and Process of

Padilla, Mely M. -Lecture notes


et al. 2003.
-PPT presentation
Speech for
-Video
Effective
Communication.
Bulacan,
Philippines:Trinitas
Publishing, Inc.
Martinez, Norma
D. 2002.
Responsible
Speech
Communication

-Giving lecture
-Discussing the
lesson
-Playing the videos

Intrapersonal
Communication

VII. Interpersonal
Communication
A. Meaning of
Interpersonal Comm.
B. Dyadic
Communication
1. Forms of Dyadic
Communication

-Listening to the
instructor
-Taking down notes
-Participating in the
discussion
-Watching the
videos
-Watching the
instructor
demonstrate
nonverbal
communication
-Demonstrating
nonverbal
communication

-Listening to the
instructor
-Taking down notes
-Participating in the
discussion
-Watching the
videos
-Watching the
instructor
demonstrate
intrapersonal
communication
-Demonstrating
intrapersonal
communication
Padilla, Mely M. -Lecture notes
-Giving lecture
-Listening to the
et al. 2003.
-PPT presentation -Discussing the
instructor
Speech for
-Videos
lesson
-Taking down notes
Effective
-Playing the videos -Participating in the
Communication.
discussion
Bulacan,
-Watching the
Philippines:Trinitas
videos
Publishing, Inc.
-Demonstrating

-Graded written
quiz
-Individual and
group presentation
-Role-playing

5 hours

-Graded written
quiz
-Individual
presentation

3 hours

-Graded written
quiz
-Group
presentation

7 hours

CO6- Develop positive

attitudes toward speaking


and confidence and the
ability to participate in all
kinds of communicative
situations.

IX.

principles of dyadic
communication
Present a dialogue
Conduct an
interview
Explain what a
group is
Discuss interaction
Differentiate the
types of groups
Demonstrate group
communication
Interact with
classmates in
chosen speaking
activities
Make a distinction
among speech
styles
Write their own
speech
Give oral
presentation of
various types of
speech
Deliver speeches
presented in
various speech
situations

C. Group
Communication
1. Meaning of Group
2. Meaning of Interaction
3. Types of Group
4. Forms of Group
Communication

Martinez, Norma
D. 2002.
Responsible
Speech
Communication

VIII. Public
Communication
A. Nature of Public
Communication
B. Speech Preparation
C. Speech Delivery
D. Types of Speech
According to Preparation
and Delivery
E. Types of Speech
According to Purpose
F. Types of Speech
According to Occasion

Padilla, Mely M. -Lecture notes


et al. 2003.
-PPT presentation
Speech for
-Videos
Effective
Communication.
Bulacan,
Philippines:Trinitas
Publishing, Inc.
Martinez, Norma
D. 2002.
Responsible
Speech
Communication

Criteria for Grading:


Quizzes
Midterm Exam
Final Exam
Attendance
Oral Exercises (Individual and Group)

20%
20%
20%
5%
20%

interpersonal and
group
communication

-Giving lecture
-Discussing the
lesson
-Playing the videos

-Listening to the
instructor
-Taking down notes
-Participating in the
discussion
-Watching the
videos
-Presenting public
communcation

-Graded written
quiz
-Individual and
group presentation

15 hours

Final Oral Presentation/Culminating Activities


Total
X.

15%
100%

Other Requirements:
Regular attendance and punctuality
Active participation in class discussion and in group activities
Submission of requirements on time

Prepared by:

FREDEN S. DELGADO
Instructor

Recommending Approval:

VIRGINIA J. MAGBANUA
Department Chairman

Approved:

LUCILLE L. MARQUEZ, PhDDA


College Dean