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OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL SUCCOR COLLEGE

General Ordonez Street, Concepcion Uno, Marikina City


BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
major in English
2nd Semester, AY 2016 -2017
COURSE SYLLABUS
We believe that every child has talents and potentials to be developed, dignity and worth to be valued, rights to be respected and responsibilities to be assumed; every child deserves quality
PHILOSOPHY education; the school is a powerful learning environment that brings out the best in every learner; education is a shared responsibility of the learner, home, school and community; education is a
lifelong learning process; and education is a tool for national development.
Our Lady of Perpetual Succor College is a caring educational institution from Preschool to College that envisions its graduates to be of good moral character, academically excellent, highly
VISION
competitive and responsible stewards of god’s gifts who will help in the development of the society.
Our Lady of Perpetual Succor College commits to provide quality and relevant educational service by creating an academic environment that stimulates love for learning and develops the ability
MISSION to understand and apply skills in real life, nurturing a community of God-loving individuals, who can effectively witness for the Christian faith, inculcating the Marian virtues, instilling love of
country and pride in our Filipino identity and cultural heritage, and fostering social and ecological awareness and responsibility.
A graduate shall be able to:
1. internalize the philosophy, vision, mission of the institution;
INSTITUTIONA
2. promote academic excellence and global competitiveness;
L OUTCOMES
3. lead as a responsible steward of God’s gifts; and
4. contribute to the socio-economic development of the society as highly skilled, competent, and globally competitive professionals and entrepreneurs.
Graduate Attributes Program Objectives Program Outcomes
The program is designed to: At the end of the program, a student should be able to:
1. endow students with knowledge, training and education to be 1. represent the ideals of the institution;
holistically and globally competent professional teachers of 2. set himself as an ambassador of academic excellence and global competitiveness in his
English for secondary who are of good moral character, field of concentration;
A graduate of Our academically excellent, highly competitive and responsible 3. serve dedicatedly the community assigned in his field of specialization;
Lady of Perpetual stewards of God’s gifts; 4. utilize proficient communication skills necessary for instruction as an educator
Succor College is 5. demonstrate pedagogical approaches to guiding learners toward self direction and self
GRADUATE envisioned as a 2. hone educators in English for secondary students to become regulation;
OUTCOMES person of good ambassadors of productive learning in the light of their 6. practice proficient understanding of the goals, benefits, and uses of assessment utilizing
character, of concentration abreast with the contemporary pedagogical hands-on knowledge of systematic observations, documentation, and other effective
academic excellence, principles that would develop the full potentials of learners leading assessment strategies in a responsible way to positively influence learners’ development;
highly competitive and to the quest of lifelong learning; and 7. practice sound decisions that integrate knowledge to experiential lifelong learning;
a responsible steward 8. facilitate macro skills in appropriate genres for various purposes and audiences;
of God’s gifts. 3. produce passionate and committed educators for high school 9. exercise in-depth analysis of various literary genres reflecting imaginative and critical
students whose virtues and ideals would inspire learners insights on human experience, nature, culture, society as well as history; and
internalize the values of humane aspirations. builds skills of analytical and interpretive argument necessary to become creative and
critical.
COURSE INFORMATION
Course Code: Course Title: Lecture: Laboratory: Credit Units:
THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE 3 units None 3 units
THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE
This 3-unit course is an English course for teachers that details with the techniques and strategies in teaching of literature to students in the secondary level. The students of this course will
Course Description:
be brought to a rewarding and worthwhile experience of teaching literature, and eventually formulate their unique ways of teaching literary texts to equip their students with literary competence,
develop critical thinking skills and a sense of literary appreciation.
After completing the course, the students should be able to:
1. Identify the elements of literary genres, teaching approaches, strategies and techniques in literature;
2. Compare and contrast the extended meanings of the chosen selections as basis for designing interactive lessons;
Course Outcomes: 3. Stimulate the minds and hearts of the learners with the experiential and valid themes of literary selections;
4. Apply in various teaching situations across the curriculum the adaptable principles of teaching applied in literature;
5. Demonstrate teaching observing personal and group classroom management, competencies and performances;
6. Construct valid and reliable lesson designs and instructional directions in the teaching of literature and of the English language.
Course Prerequisite: Contact Hours/Week:
None 3 hours

COURSE OUTLINE AND TIME FRAME


THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE

Prelim Content/Subject Matter Midterm Content/Subject Matter Final Content/Subject Matter


Period Period Period
Week 1 Orientation Week 7 Introduction to the Teaching of Literature: Nature, Goals and Practice of Week 13 The Reading and Teaching of Essay: Teaching
Week 2 Introduction to Literature: Literary Genres Teaching Literature Techniques, Strategies and Approaches
Week 3 The Elements of Poetry, Drama and Short Story Week 8 The Reading and Teaching of Fiction: History and Developments Week 14 Integrating Literature with the Teaching of other Skills
Week 4 Literary Figures of Speech and Symbols Week 9 Nature, Characteristics and Techniques in Teaching Fiction Week 15 Testing Literature
Week 5 Literary Criticism: Underpinning Theories as an Week 10 The Teaching of Drama: Techniques, Strategies and Approaches Week 16 Workshop 1: Lesson Planning in Teaching Literature
Approach in Teaching Literature Week 11 The Teaching of Poetry: Techniques, Strategies and Approaches Week 17 Workshop 2: Demonstration Teaching
Week 6 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION Week 12 MIDTERM EXAMINATION Week 18 FINAL EXAMINATION

ACADEMIC HONESTY
1. Academic honesty, as expected of every student, is important to the process of education and to upholding high ethical standards. Acts of cheating, plagiarism, inappropriate use of technology, or any other kind of
unethical behavior, may subject the student to necessary academic disciplinary measures and penalties including dismissal.
2. All work required for submission for purposes of evaluation in a course, including journals, tests, term papers, position papers, must represent only the work of the student unless certain indications like pertaining to
group or dyadic activity is otherwise stipulated.
3. Materials cited and/or taken from the work of others, and used as reference and literary supplement must be acknowledged. Particular materials submitted to fulfill requirements in one course may not be submitted
in another course without prior approval of the instructor(s). It is a thrust that students be encouraged to practice ingenuity in producing outputs.

ATTENDANCE REGULATIONS
1. Students enrolled in the subject are expected to attend each and every scheduled meeting and to be present for the full class period. Absenteeism and tardiness, regardless of cause, are a threat to academic
achievement. These cases will be addressed accordingly.
2. A student who is absent from a class is responsible, nevertheless, for all material covered during the class period. The student is also subject to appropriate consequences if a test, quiz, recitation, homework
assignment, or any other activity falls on the day of absence unless the student is granted an excused absence. Excused absences may be granted to students who participate in extra-curricular activities, however,
due process is observed.

COURSE PORTFOLIO
All tasks and major exams and evidences of performance assessments are to be compiled by the students as part of their portfolio and must be submitted to the instructor before the end of the semester as part of the
assessment.

GRADING SYSTEM: REFERENCES:


Tasks 60%
quizzes/seatwork 15% 1. Saymo, A. (2006). World Literature: Electronic References Compiled Lessons in Teaching. Quezon City:
recitation/participation 15% Trinitas Publishing House.
attendance 10% 2. Appleman, Deborah. (2000). Critical Encounters in High School English: Teaching Literary Theory to
output/lab work 20% Adolescents. New York: Teachers College Press.
(assignments, journals, projects, oral and written reports) 3. Showalter, Elaine. (2003). Teaching Literature. UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Major Examinations 40% 4. Blau, Sheridan D. (2003). The Literature Workshop Teaching Texts and Their Readers. Portsmouth, NH:
(Prelim, Midterm, Finals) Heinemann.
100% 5. Liesveld, Rosanne, JoAnn Miller, and Jennifer Robison. (2005). Teach with Your Strengths: How Great
Teachers Inspire Their Students. New York: Gallup Press.
Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

JOSEPH R. BOYLES RAMON P. DENOSO, MAEd. JOCELYN Q. BOBADILLA, MBA


Instructor Area Chair - Education and Liberal Arts Program Dean
LEARNING PLAN
COURSE COVERAGE - PRELIMS
Teaching-Learning Assessment
Resource Time
Week Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) Course Content Activities (ATs)
Materials Frame
(TLAs) Task Tool
At the end of the course, a student will be able to:
 put to practice the ideals embedded in the
philosophy, vision, mission and graduate attributes;
 explain coherently the mission and vision of the Our 1. OLOPSC Mission and Vision  student
1  free writes rubrics
Lady of Perpetual Succor College; and 2. OLOPSC Rules and Regulation based on the  lecture handbook 3 hrs
 cull free writes on the relevance of the institution’s Student Handbook  facilitated discussion  course
philosophy, vision, mission and graduates attributes and interaction outline
to the life of an English major student.
 textbook
 graded answer
Introduction to Literature  lecture and discussion handouts
2
 analyze the components that makeup literature assignment key 3 hrs
 Understanding Literature  facilitated interaction  power point
 quiz rubrics
 Literary Genres presentation
 Story
handouts
 Lecture  PPT
 Answer
3 classify the literary elements according to its The Elements of Poetry, Drama and Short Story  facilitated discussion  Quiz  Cardboard 3 hrs
type key
and interaction and Coloring
materials
 Speakers
 differentiate the literary devices used by the authors  Group
 handouts
as an implicit approach in poetry  facilitated discussion Activity
4 Literary Figures of Speech and Symbols rubrics  power point 3 hrs
 point out the difference of being poetic and prosaic and interaction -Poem
presentation
Writing
5  use literary theories as a guiding principle in Literary Criticism: Underpinning Theories as an • Critique Paper Answer  handouts 3 hrs
formulating lesson plan for literature discussions Approach in Teaching Literature  facilitated discussion Short Story key  power point
 Literary Lenses and interaction presentation
6 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
COURSE COVERAGE - MIDTERM
 identify the reason and importance of teaching  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet
Introduction to the Teaching of Literature: Nature, Questions
7 literature to students  Instructional Video Rubrics  Projector 3 hrs
Goals and Practice of Teaching Literature
Viewing  speakers
 know the literary movements and developments of  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet
The Reading and Teaching of Fiction: History and Questions
8 fiction as a literary genre  Instructional Video Rubrics  Projector 3 hrs
Developments
Viewing  speakers
 discover various approaches in teaching fiction  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet
Nature, Characteristics and Techniques in  Instructional Video Questions  Projector
9 Rubrics 3 hrs
Teaching Fiction Viewing speakers

The Teaching of Drama: Techniques, Strategies  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet


10  discover various approaches in teaching drama and Approaches  Instructional Video Questions Rubrics  Projector 3 hrs
Viewing speakers

 facilitated discussion
 Instructional Video  Guide  Worksheet
The Teaching of Poetry: Techniques, Strategies Viewing Questions  Projector
11  discover various approaches in teaching poetry Rubrics  speakers 3 hrs
and Approaches

12 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
COURSE COVERAGE - FINAL

 facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet


The Reading and Teaching of Essay: Teaching
13  discover various approaches in teaching Essay  Instructional Video Questions Rubrics  Projector 3 hrs
Techniques, Strategies and Approaches
Viewing  Speakers

 employ various strategies and techniques to make Integrating Literature with the Teaching of other  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet
the teaching of literature interesting, meaningful, Skills and interaction Questions  Projector
14
understandable and enjoyable for high school Rubrics 3 hrs
 Facilitated Learning  Speakers
students  Instructional Video
Viewing
Testing Literature
- Purpose: Knowledge or Skills test  facilitated discussion  Guide  Worksheet
- Approaches and interaction Questions  Projector
 choose various and appropriate type of assessment
- Content  Facilitated Learning  Speakers
15 be used in measuring the students literary Rubrics 3 hrs
- Texts/Stimuli  Instructional Video
competence
- Tasks Viewing
- Item types
- Marking and Scoring

 Semi- Rubrics and


 facilitated discussion
16  Create a lesson plan in Literature Lesson Planning in Literature detailed Consultation 3 hrs
and interaction
Lesson Plan

 Execute the lesson plan in the actual classroom  Demo Teaching  Execution of
17
environment Final Demonstration Teaching in Literature Lesson Plan Rubrics 3 hrs

18 FINAL EXAMINATION
Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

JOSEPH R. BOYLES RAMON P. DENOSO, MAEd. JOCELYN Q. BOBADILLA, MBA


Instructor Area Chair - Education and Liberal Arts Program Dean

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