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Republic of the Philippines

Ramon Magsaysay Technological University


Iba, Zambales
SYLLABUS
1st Semester S.Y. 2015- 2016

College of Industrial Technology


VISION:
RMTU shall be a University for Sustainable Developmenta learning resource center
for the development of leaders and entrepreneurs responsive to appropriate and emerging
advanced technologies for the sustainable utilization of natural indigenous and human
resource for community centered development within the dynamic and ever- widening
society.
MISSION:
The Ramon Magsaysay Technological University shall primarily provide instructions,
undertaken research and extension and provide advanced studies and progressive
leadership in agriculture, forestry, engineering, technology, education, arts, science,
humanities, and other fields as may be relevant to the development of the province.

GOALS OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY:


To train highly skilled workers and prepare well-trained industrial technicians and
technologists to meet the challenges in the world of work.
To provide the technological knowledge and skills which enable the individual to
analyse the job problems and execute appropriate solutions.
To provide entrepreneurial competencies to develop individuals to be selfemployed and self-productive.
To preserve and develop the cultural heritage and resources through
technological research.
To inculcate desirable values and work ethics such as crucial factor in national
development.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY


To equip students with necessary skills to become more competitive and productive skilled
worker. To hone students to become adaptive and innovative of current technologies to cope up with local
needs yet globally aggressive. To train students to undertake research and extension activity. To preserve,
enrich and promote desirable Filipino Cultural heritage and show its relevance to the contemporary
Filipino society.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES


At the end of the program, a graduate is expected to:
1. Effectively supervise and manage the assigned task assigned to them.
2. Able to train, supervised and lead the manpower in the industry under their
responsibility, and;
3. Demonstrate professional desirable work ethics, values and conduct in his/her
field of specialization/work/profession.
COURSE SULLABUS
1. Course Code: Eng. +
2. Course Title: Review of English Grammar
3. Pre-requisite: None
4. Co-requisite: None
5. Course Description:
This course deals with the study of parts of speech and sentences that would be of
great help to freshmen college students. It provides complete topic in grammar to develop
the English proficiency of students.
6. Credit/ Class Schedule: 5 units/3 hours 5X a week
7. Program Outcomes in Relation to Program Educational Objectives:
Program Outcomes
At the end of the program, the graduates should be able to:
(A)
Acquire effective communication skills through listening,
reading, speaking and writing activities.
(B)
Express themselves clearly and spontaneously using the
rules of English grammar.
(C)
Effectively communicate orally and written using English
language.

Program Educational
Objectives
x

8. Course Objectives in Relation to Program Outcomes Course Objectives


At the end of the course, the
students should be able to:

1.
Identify the different parts of
speech.

a
I

b
D

c
D

Program Outcomes
e
f
g
h
i
j

2.Use the different parts of speech


grammatically correct.
3. Effectively write and speak using
English language.
Legend:
I - Introductory

E - Enabling

D- Demonstrated

9. Course Coverage
WEE
K
1-2

DA
Y
1

TOPIC
Orientation/ Introduction on the
Course
Overview on the VMGO
Nouns
a. classes
b. gender
c. number
d. uses
e. case
Pronouns
a. kinds
b. case
c. pronoun-antecedent
agreement

5
5-7

7-10

1
15

20

Verbs
a.
b.
c.
d.

Kinds
tenses
voice
subject-verb agreement
PRELIMS

Adjectives
a. kinds
b. uses
c. comparison
d. position in the
sentence
e. royal order of
adjectives
Adverbs
a. kinds
b. position in the
sentence
c. functions
d. comparison

TEACHIND AND
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
Discussion

ASSESMENT

Lecture/Discussio
n

Quizzes

Recitation

Lecture/Discussio
n
Recitation
Lecture/Discussio
n
Recitation
PRACTICAL
EXAMINATION
Lecture/Discussio
n
Recitation

Lecture/Discussio
n
Recitation

Quizzes

Role Playing
Writing/ Speaking
Activities
Quizzes
Role Playing
Writing/ Speaking
Activities
Quizzes
Role Playing
Writing/ Speaking
Activities
PRELIMINARY
EXAMINATION
Quizzes
Role Playing
Writing/ Speaking
Activities

Quizzes
Role Playing
Writing/ Speaking
Activities

11-12

13

13-15

15-17

18

Preposition
a. list of prepositions
& uses
MIDTERMS

Lecture/Discussio
n

Quizzes
Role Playing

Recitation

Writing/ Speaking
Activities
MIDTERM
EXAMINATION

PRACTICAL
EXAMINATION
Lecture/Discussio
n

Conjunctions
a. types
b. uses

Quizzes
Role Playing

Recitation

Interjections
a. position in the
sentence
b. kinds
c. uses
FINALS

Writing/ Speaking
Activities
Quizzes

Lecture/Discussio
n

Role Playing

Recitation

Writing/ Speaking
Activities

PRACTICAL
EXAMINATION

FINAL
EXAMINATION

10. Course Outcomes in Relation to Program Objectives:


Course Outcomes
A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to:

Course Objectives
1
2
3

Master the different parts of speech.


Use the different parts of speech correctly.

/
/

/
/

/
/

Express themselves using the English language through


written and oral activities.
Apply the things that they have acquired in the field of their
specialization.

11. Course Requirement/s:


Project
Practical/Major Examinations
Attendance
12. Course Evaluation:
Class Participation
Quizzes/ Activity
Project
Major Exam
Attendance
Total

10%
20%

25%

40%
5%
100%

13. Course Materials Made Available:


Handouts
Power Point Presentations (Google/Yahoo/Face book)

Video clips

14. References:
Developing Skills in Grammar and Composition 1
Carmen M. Ramos and Amelia C. Sanchez
The ELP English Workbook
Jonathan Malicsi
Understanding and Using Basic Grammar
Ma. Agnes P. Ladia, Ed.D.
Mariano G. Gayeta MaEd
Norbina Genever M. Castro, MaEd; et.al.

Prepared by:
Bryan D Anonuevo
Instructor I
Approved:
Dr. Atanacio Nacana
CIT Dean