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College of Arts and Sciences Education

ENG 202A – Course Outline

COURSE INFORMATION

1. Course Number : ENG 202A


2. Course Name : Communicative English
3. Course Description : This course is designed to respond to the need of students to gain proficiency
in the use of the English language in order to communicate thoughts and ideas
effectively. It is also intended to help students be conscious of the
correct production of sounds, rhythm and intonation. Further, it enhances the skills
of students in speaking before an audience.

4. Pre-requisite : ENG 201A


5. Co-requisite : None
6. Credit : 6.0 units
7. Class Schedule : 5 hours per week

Upon graduation, the students are expected to:

 SO a Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams;

 SO b* Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

 SO c* Ability to communicate effectively;

 SO d* Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in long-life learning; and

 SO e* Appreciation of Filipino historical and cultural heritage as well as knowledge on


contemporary issues

Upon completion of the course, the students are expected to:


a b c d
CO 1 Identify the nature of language E

CO 2 Manifest a wholesome regard and a positive attitude for the E E


English language
CO 3 Produce with accuracy the different sounds of English E E

CO 4 Speak with ease and confidence through mastery of the E E E


principles learned

Legend: I = Upon attainment of this CO, students will have been introduced to the SO.
E = Upon attainment of this CO, students will have enabled themselves to attain the SO.
D = Upon attainment of this CO, students will have demonstrated partly or fully the SO.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Vision: A leading institution of higher


learning recognized for its quality 1. Demonstrate updated and deep
transformative education serving the knowledge of the subject matter
nation and the world UM Core they teach.
2. Apply a wide range of teaching
Mission: To provide a dynamic and Values process skills particularly on lesson
supportive academic environment planning, materials development,
through the highest standards of approaches and ethical
instruction, research and extension in a considerations.
non-sectarian institution committed to 3. Demonstrate ethical
democratizing access to education. responsibility in the teaching
profession.
4. Engage in continuing
professional education and
trainings.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILO)


Course Outcomes (CO)

a. Articulate the relationship of education to larger historical, social,


cultural and political processes;
1. Explain the Metacognitive and learner-
b. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies in
centered psychological principles.
various types of environment;
c. Develop alternative teaching approaches for diverse learners;
d. Apply skills in curriculum development, lesson planning, materials 2. Utilize the different learners’ development
development, instructional delivery and educational assessment; theories in understanding the nature of
e. Demonstrate basic and higher levels of thinking skills in planning, learners.
assessing and reporting;
f. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards to respond to the 3. Utilize various learning development and
demands of the community;
motivational theories in facilitating quality
g. Pursue life-long learning for personal and professional growth;
teaching and learning and classroom
h. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of
elementary/secondary learners; processes.
i. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the
elementary/secondary curriculum;
j. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the elementary/secondary
level to enhance teaching and learning; CO and Assessment Task Alignment
k. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure
elementary/secondary learning outcomes.
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Assessment Task
CO Theory-based Practice-based Assessment Schedule Coverage
1. Identify the nature of language. Multiple Choice N/A First Exam Chapter 1
Questions Understanding the Basics
and Building a strong
Foundation
Lesson 1: The Meaning of
Communication
2. Manifest a wholesome regard and a Multiple Choice N/A Second Exam to Third Chapter 1
positive attitude for the English language. Questions Exam Understanding the Basics
and Building a strong
Foundation
Lesson 2: The Importance of
Effective Listening
Lesson 3: Managing Stage
Fright
Chapter 2
Learning and Building
Confidence with my
Buddies
Lesson 4: My Buddy
Lesson 5: My Buddies
3. Produce with accuracy the different Multiple Choice Oral Exam Fourth Exam to Fifth Chapter 3
sounds of English. Questions (Fourth Exam) Exam Polishing Up on Phonology
Lesson 6: The front Vowels
Lesson 7: The central Vowels
Lesson 8: The Back Vowels
Lesson 9: The Diphthongs
Lesson 10: The Consonants
Lesson 11: Stress
Lesson 12: Intonation

4. Speak with ease and confidence through Multiple Choice Oral Exam Sixth Exam, Seventh Chapter 4
mastery of the principles learned Questions (Seventh Exam) Exam and Eighth Polishing Up on Effective
Exam Vocal and Physical Delivery
Lesson 13: Elements of Vocal

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Delivery
Lesson 14: Elements of
Physical Delivery

Chapter 5
The Final Moment

Proficiency Program
Coverage
*Final assessment will be a comprehensive examination (from first topic to the last) in a Multiple Choice Questions

Assessment Task Details (Theory-based)

Assessment Coverage Assessment Task Details


Schedule
First Exam UM VMG Oral Recitation You are expected to memorize and recite the UM VMG, abide the rules and regulations of
Rules and regulations the university and the house rules discussed in the classroom. Understand the assessment
Grading system Written Quiz and grading system of the subject.
You are also expected to begin mastering the craft of speaking by undersatnding the
Chapter 1 Oral activities 1-4 basics; define communication; enumerate some characteristics, elements/components of
Understanding the communication; illustrate the process of communication; distinguish the types of
Basics and Building a Assignment communication; list the common communication barriers; discuss the importance of a
strong Foundation clear and effective communication; cite examples of effective and responsible
Song Analysis communication; and demonstrate effective and responsible communication in various
Lesson 1: The situations.
Meaning of Summative Quiz
Communication
Exam 1 (Written)
Second Exam Chapter 1 Oral Quiz (giving and You are expected to exhibit effective and responsible listening in various situations and
Understanding the following directions) perform various tasks that reduce stage fright. This includes topics in Chapter 1 specifically
Basics and Building a from lessons 2 and 3 and the additional articles required for you to read. These tasks are
strong Foundation Transcribing also designed for you to demonstrate vast knowledge on the process of listening, recognize
Information various purposes in listening, and make out different barriers in listening. Moreover, you
Lesson 2: The are expected to identify some ways to overcome stage fright and in so doing can
Importance of Dictation demonstrate effective and confident performance.

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Effective Listening
Written Quiz
Lesson 3: Managing
Stage Fright On the spot telephone
Conversation

EXAM 2 (Written)
Third Exam Chapter 2 Graded Oral Recitation You are expected to establish rapport with your buddy/ies and perform several
Learning and Building conversational and group tasks. This includes topics in Chapter 2 specifically from lessons
Confidence with my Assignment 4 and 5 and the additional articles required for you to read. These tasks are also designed
Buddies for you to get yourselves involved toward building a support group and associate
Quiz yourselves with others in creating a favorable class environment.
Lesson 4: My Buddy
On the spot telephone
Lesson 5: My Buddies conversation

The You Commercial

Exam 3 (Written)
Fourth Exam Chapter 3 Vocabulary Dice Game You are expected to improve your ability to speak by familiarizing oneself with the
Polishing Up on pronunciation symbols and their key words; perform word/sentence drills and tongue
Phonology Sound Discrimination twisters; demonstrate proper production of the vowel sounds; demonstrate proper
production of the vowels sounds; demonstrate effective articulation in reciting different
Lesson 6: The front Board Work selections; and demonstrate effective articulation in extemporaneous exercises.
Vowels
Chiritori (Chain Spelling)
Lesson 7: The central
Vowels Transcription

Lesson 8: The Back


Vowels Exam 4 (Oral Exam)

Lesson 9: The
Diphthongs
Fifth Exam Chapter 3 Rephrasing exercise Students demonstrate their profound knowledge of English phonology to their learning of
Polishing Up on English pronunciation like the vowel sounds, some critical consonants sounds are

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Phonology One word Conversation troublesome to many Filipino students in response to Macmillan (1958), that “We are all
aware that Speech, like Chemistry, has a structure. There is a limited set of elements-
Lesson 10: The Marking Texts vowels and consonants-and these are combined to produce words which, in turn,
Consonants compound into sentences.” Attentively, they will listen to Audio Lessons of the
Peer Evaluation Exercise International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) about Consonants, Stress, and Intonation.
Lesson 11: Stress Afterwards, they will have their Individual Performance Evaluation with the following score
Assignment Rubrics: 1-Needs Improvement, 2-Shows Signs of Progress, 3-Meets Expectations, and 4-
Lesson 12: Intonation Exceeds Expectations with Teacher’s Remarks below.
Exam 5 (Written)
At the end of the Lessons, the students will be able to demonstrate proper production of
the consonant sounds; demonstrate proper production of commonly mispronounced
words; and demonstrate effective articulation in reciting different selections.
Sixth Exam Chapter 4 Graded Oral Recitation Students demonstrate their in-depth knowledge of basics of voice modulation, vocal
Polishing Up on clarity, good posture, effective eye contact, emphatic gestures, and expressive facial
Effective Vocal and Radio Drama nuances, among others in response to Ralph Waldo Emerson who said that “Speech is
Physical Delivery power; speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel. It is to bring another out of his bad
Poetry Reading sense into your good sense.”
Lesson 13: Elements
of Vocal Delivery Hosting Exercises:

Lesson 14: Elements Reporting 1. Record yourself practicing your speech. How does your speech sound in terms of
of Physical Delivery vocal variety? Cite specific examples.
Quiz 2. Listen to your recorded speech again. How would you evaluate your articulation
and pronunciation? Cite specific examples.
Assignments
3. Over the course of a day, take note of verbal fillers that you tend to use. List them
Exam 6 (Written) here so you can be a higher self-monitor and begin to notice and lessen your use
of them.

At the end of the Lessons, the students will be able to demonstrate effective vocal delivery
in reciting different selections; and demonstrate effective physical delivery in reciting
different selections.
Seventh Chapter 5 Graded Group and You are expected to be equipped with the basic concepts of effective communication;
Exam The Final Moment Individual Oral Activities increased the level of confidence in conveying the very purpose of communicative tasks
through pair and group communicative tasks or be they in the context of interpersonal,
Exam 7 (Oral Exam) group, or public communication; polished speech skills through speech drills and exercises;

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and enhanced vocal and physical delivery.

You are expected to perform superbly dramatic monologue.


Eight Exam Extensions Activities PP extension activities You are expected to speculate about or predict the consequences of a series of events;
explain why and how an event in the past, present, or future leads to another; contrast
Life Choices Group and individual factual, imaginary, and predicted outcomes of an event; and make predictions with
oral recitation different degrees of certainty.
Epidemics
Practice Exercises You are expected to listen and summarize for specific points in a presentation; recognize
Space and Time the difference between the main idea and supporting ideas; and make a short, well-
Final Exam (Written) organized presentation.

You are expected to use a description instead of a name to specify a person; express logical
alternatives (one of, either) and exclusion (neither); understand and give instructions
which involve a condition or expectation; and understand and indicate the correct
sequence of actions and events.

Assessment Task Details (Practice/Performance-based)

Assessment Coverage Assessment Task Details


Schedule

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Fourth Exam Chapter 3 Oral Exam


Polishing Up on (Poem Recitation You will be graded according to the following criteria (see rubric attached):
Phonology highlighting vowel 1. Pronunciation and Clarity - 20 points
sounds and 2. Mastery - 10 points
Lesson 6: The front diphthongs) 3. Posture and Eye Contact - 10 points
Vowels 4. Volume - 5 points
5. Fluency/Phrasing - 5 points
Lesson 7: The central Total 50 points
Vowels

Lesson 8: The Back


Vowels

Lesson 9: The
Diphthongs
Seventh Chapter 5 Oral Exam
Exam The Final Moment (Dramatic You will be graded according to the following criteria (see rubric):
Monologue)

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3. COURSE OUTLINE AND TIME FRAME


TIME
TOPICS FOR FIRST EXAMINATION TLA Required Readings
FRAME
Week 1 UM VMG Group Dynamics Beebe, S., Beebe S., Diana, K. &
to Rules and regulations Ivy, D. (2013). Communication
Week 3 Grading system Message Relay Principles for a lifetime. New
Jersey, USA: Person Education
Chapter 1 Lecture Discussion Inc.
Understanding the Basics and Building a Chavez, D., Neri, M. Paguio, G.,
strong Foundation Work Scenario Tabotabo, C., & Cerda, R. (2012).
Creative Oral Communication for
Lesson 1: The Meaning of Communication Filipino Students: A Practical
Application. Manila: Great Books
Trading.
TOPICS FOR SECOND EXAMINATION

Week 4 Chapter 1 Dyad(Following Coopman, S. & Lull, J. (2012).


to Understanding the Basics and Building a Directions) Public Speaking: The Evolving Art
Week 5 strong Foundation Enhanced Edition. USA:
Listening to a son Wadsworth Engage Learning.
Lesson 2: The Importance of Effective
Listening Lecture-Discussion Duck, S. & McMahan, D. (2015).
Communication in Everyday Life.
Chain Story USA: SAGE Publications Inc.

TOPICS FOR THIRD EXAMINATION

Week 6 Chapter 2 Repeat Introduction Chavez, D., Neri, M. Paguio, G.,


to Learning and Building Confidence with my Tabotabo, C., & Cerda, R. (2012).
Week 7 Buddies Work Scenario Creative Oral Communication for
Filipino Students: A Practical
Lesson 3: Managing Stage Fright Phrase Ball Application. Manila: Great Books
Trading.
Lesson 4: My Buddy Simulation
Verderber, K., Verdeber, R., &
Lesson 5: My Buddies Accentuate the positive Sellnow, D. (2014).
Communicate! 14th edition.
The click Cup USA: Wadsworth Cengage
Learning.
TOPICS FOR FOURTH EXAMINATION

Week 8 Chapter 3 Film Viewing Duck, S. & McMahan, D. (2015).


to Polishing Up on Phonology Communication in Everyday Life.
Week 9 Listening to the Audio USA: SAGE Publications Inc.
Lesson 6: The front Vowels Imitating the Speaker
Griffin, C., & Bone, J. (2014).
Lesson 7: The central Vowels Rhyming and Invitation to Human
Interactive Songs Communication International
Lesson 8: The Back Vowels Edition Canada: Wadsworth
Weasel Word Exercise Cengage Learning.
Lesson 9: The Diphthongs

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Week 10 Chapter 3 Film Viewing Duck, S. & McMahan, D. (2015).


to Polishing Up on Phonology Communication in Everyday Life.
Week 11 Listening to the Audio USA: SAGE Publications Inc.
Lesson 10: The Consonants
Imitating the Speaker Verderber, K., Verdeber, R., &
Lesson 11: Stress Sellnow, D. (2014).
Oral drills Communicate! 14th edition.
Lesson 12: Intonation “Oh” USA: Wadsworth Cengage
Learning.
Train Story
Week 12 Chapter 4 Public Speaking Griffin, C., & Bone, J. (2014).
to Polishing Up on Effective Vocal and Physical Communication Invitation to Human
Week 13 Delivery Communication International
Shutdowns Edition Canada: Wadsworth
Lesson 13: Elements of Vocal Delivery Cengage Learning.
Oration
Lesson 14: Elements of Physical Delivery Andrews, R. (2010).
Extemporaneous Argumentation in Higher
Education. New York, USA:
Speaking Activity Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Impromptu Speaking Coopman, S. & Lull, J. (2012).


Activity Public Speaking: The Evolving Art
Enhanced Edition. USA:
Charade Wadsworth Engage Learning.

Simulation
Week 14, Chapter 5 The Final Moment Job Interview Duck, S. & McMahan, D. (2015).
Week 15 Communication in Everyday Life.
and Product Selling USA: SAGE Publications Inc.
Week 16
Conducting Miting De
Avance

Talk Show

Panel Discussion
Week 17 Extensions Activities Chain of Events
to JEEP extension activities
Week 18 Life Choices Pardon the jumble - the (module)
space and time
Epidemics arrangement game

Space and Time

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12. Textbook : Abrera, R., et al., (2015). Speak Right and Shine. Valenzuela City: Adel Ko.

13. References:
 Andrews, R. (2010). Argumentation in Higher Education. New York, USA: Wadsworth Publishing
Company.
 Beebe, S., Beebe S., Diana, K. & Ivy, D. (2013). Communication Principles for a lifetime. New Jersey,
USA: Person Education Inc.
 Chavez, D., Neri, M. Paguio, G., Tabotabo, C., & Cerda, R. (2012). Creative Oral Communication for
Filipino Students: A Practical Application. Manila: Great Books Trading.
 Coopman, S. & Lull, J. (2012). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art Enhanced Edition. USA: Wadsworth
Engage Learning.
 Duck, S. & McMahan, D. (2015). Communication in Everyday Life. USA: SAGE Publications Inc.
 Griffin, C., & Bone, J. (2014). Invitation to Human Communication International Edition Canada:
Wadsworth Cengage Learning.
 Verderber, K., Verdeber, R., & Sellnow, D. (2014). Communicate! 14th edition. USA: Wadsworth Cengage
Learning.

14. COURSE EVALUATION

Assessment Methods
Weights
EXAMINATIONS
A. Exam 1 MCQ Test 5%
B. Exam 2 MCQ Test 5%
C. Exam 3 MCQ Test 5%
D. Exam 4 (Oral Exam) 10%
E. Exam 5 MCQ Test 5%
F. Exam 6 MCQ Test 5%
G. Exam 7 (Oral Exam) 10%
B. Final Exam MCQ Test 15%

CLASS PARTICIPATIONS
C. Quizzes 5%
D. Proficiency Program (Individual and Group Activities) 20%
E. Oral Recitation 10%
F. Assignments 5%
Total 100%

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15. Policies and guidelines


a. Attendance is counted from the first regular class meeting to monitor the number of absences not to
exceed 20% of the total contact hours as provided in the student handbook Section 2.2.7 letters A-B.
b. A validated student identification card must always be worn by all students while attending the classes.
c. Cheating is strictly prohibited as provided in section 7.3.2 letter H in Student Handbook. Any form of
dishonesty shall be dealt with accordingly. Honesty is called for at all times.
d. Valid examination permits are necessary in taking the examinations as scheduled.
e. CELLULAR PHONES or any ELECTRONIC GADGETS are not allowed during examinations.
f. Once examination has started, NOBODY is allowed to take his/her personal necessities.
g. Base-20 grading system policy should be observed. Students who obtained failing scores in major
subjects are given appropriate/necessary interventions as cited in the monitoring form. Tutorial classes
will be offered upon the approval from the administration.
h. One textbook-one student policy
i. Proper decorum must be observed at all times during class hour.
j. Everyone is responsible in picking up the litters and arranging THE CHAIRS before and after class hour.
k. Absence during scheduled presentation is equivalent to zero (0) pt.
l. Points will be deducted for late submission of requirements.

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Prepared by: Reviewed by:

JONATHAN L. CABRADILLA, MAED EDWIN L. NEBRIA, Ed.D.


Faculty Chair, Language Discipline

JOCELYN L. NOVELOZO, M.E.L.T. References reviewed by:


Faculty

VIRGINIA CAINTIC
JOSEPH ANDREW L. SABIDO, MEd-EC AVP – LIC Librarian
Faculty

Recommending approval:
Approved by:

KHRISTINE MARIE D. CONCEPCION, Ph. D.


Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Education RONNIE V. AMORADO, Ph.D.
VP, Academic Planning and Services

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