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Republic of the Philippines Document Code: AAO-TMP-005

UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE Revision No.: 00


Sibalom, Antique
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COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION


E-mail: coted@antiquespride.edu.ph

BACHELOR IN SECONDARY EDUCATION - ENGLISH


Syllabus for the Course Mythology and Folklore
ENGLISH 5

Vision
To be a leading university in science and technology by 2022.

Mission
The University shall provide quality, relevant, and responsive scientific, technological and professional education and advanced training in different areas of specialization; and shall undertake
research and extension services in support to socio-economic development of Antique, the Filipino nation, and the global community.

Attributes of UA Graduates:

UA graduates are universally achieving


 Professionals imbued with high personal integrity and commitment
 Research – oriented innovators and life-long learners;
 Intellectuals with strong environmental, cultural, and artistic sense;
 Development – driven leaders and socially responsible change agents; and
 Execellent workers with high technological and technical expertise.

Course Information
Course Code : ENGLISH 5
Course Title : Mythology and Folklore
Course Description: This course is a study of major myths and folklore of various cultures around the world. It is designed to give students an exposure to different myths and folklore and their
contributions to the literary heritage of a particular place.
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Pre requisite :None


Co requisite :None
Credit : 3 unit (3 Lecture Hours/week)
Class Schedule Lecture: 3 hours/week Time: Day: Room:

Instructor
Name: Alfonso M. Samillano Jr.
Email Address: fonzichrist@gmail.com Contact No.: 09260621502
Consultation Time/Day: TTH 1:00-4:00 Rm: Faculty Room

Program Outcomes

A. Common to all programs in all types of schools


1. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice.
2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino P
3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
4. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility
5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”
B. Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
1. Articulate the relationship of education to larger historical, social, cultural and political processes. I
2. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies in various types of environment. P
3. Develop alternative teaching approaches for diverse learners. P
4. Apply skills in curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, instructional delivery and educational assessment.
5. Demonstrate basic and higher levels of thinking skills in planning, assessing and reporting.
6. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards to respond to the demands of the community
7. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth.
C. Program Outcomes for BSEd
1. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of adolescent learners.
2. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the secondary curriculum.
3. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the secondary level to enhance teaching and learning.
4. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure secondary learning outcomes.
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OUTCOMES –
INTENDED ASSESSMENT OF
PROGRAM PERFORMANC TEXTBOOK/ BASED
LEARNING COURSE TOPICS LEARNING TIME
OUTCOMES E INDICATOR REFERENCES TEACHING AND
OUTCOME OUTCOMES ALLOTED
LEARNING
(ILO) (ALO)
(OBTL )

Generate 1. Compare or Stories of Creation (Greek Mythology: Timeless Panel discussion Graded Oral 9 hours
opportunities for contrast various myths and Roman) Tales of Gods and Presentation
reflection on of creation  The Titans and the Heroes. Hamilton, Creative Story Telling
historical, social, 2. Recognize parallel Twelve Olympianns Essays
Edith.
Articulate the cultural and creation stories  How The World and Role Playing Paper 1:
relationship of political between different Mankind were World Mythology. Greeks: From
education to larger processes as continents and the Created Matriarchal-Oriented to
Rosenberg, Donna
historical, social, they affect the Bible.  Prometheus and Patriarchal-Oriented
cultural and political day to day 3. Assume social roles Pandora Society
processes. lives of the based on different  Deucalion and Pyrra
students mythologies. Paper 2:
Pandora: A
Representation of
Women in the Society
Facilitate learning Actively engages 1. Recognize Stories of Love and Mythology: Timeless Interactive Lecture Graded Oral 12 hours
using a wide range of students to microcosms in Adventure (Greek and Tales of Gods and Presentation
teaching sustain interest celebrated Greek and Roman) Heroes. Hamilton, Group discussion
methodologies in in the subject Roman love stories.  Cupid and Psyche Edith.
Essays
various types of matter 2. Formulate personal  Pyramus and Thisbe Role Playing Paper 1: A Love Story
environment. concepts and  Orpheus and Euridyce World Mythology.
perceptions of love.  Ceyx and Alcyone Debate Paper 2:
Rosenberg, Donna
Effectively 3. Illustrate the  Pygmalion and Carl Jung’s Animus and
communicate orally relationship of love to Galatea Anima: Its Contribution
and in writing using the discovery and to One’s Affection
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both English and awareness of oneself.  Daphne Toward Another


Filipino
Develop alternative Use varied 1. Express identified Stories of Adventure (Greek Mythology: Timeless Interactive Lecture Graded Oral 12 hours
teaching approaches teaching themes in complete and Roman) Tales of Gods and Presentation
for diverse learners. methodologies sentences.  Oedipus Rex Heroes. Hamilton, Group discussion
appropriate for 2. Defend a statement  The Aeneid Essay 1:
Edith.
Effectively diverse from a story based on  The Iliad Panel Discussion Analysis of Aeneid: A
communicate orally learners. established moral  The Odyssey World Mythology. Politicak Poem/ A
and in writing using concepts and personal  The Quest of the Film Viewing Propaganda
Rosenberg, Donna
both English and Evaluate current experiences. Golden Fleece
Filipino teaching 3. Recognize political  Hercules Role Playing Essay 2: A Reaction
approaches and concepts in Roman Paper on Illiad or
innovate based and Greek legends Odyssey
on
learners’ needs.
Articulate the Generate 1. Discuss the literary The British Isles Mythology: Timeless Interactive Lecture Graded Oral 12 hrs
relationship of opportunities for developments of  Beowulf Tales of Gods and Presentation
education to larger reflection on England through its  King Arthur and Heroes. Hamilton, Pair Work
historical, social, historical, social, myths and legends theKnights of the Essay: The influence of
Edith.
cultural and political cultural and 2. Review the British Round Table Film Viewing the King Arthur legend
processes. political history through its World Mythology. to the expansion of
processes as early literature. Group Discussion British empire into the
Rosenberg, Donna
they affect the East.
day to day
lives of the
students
Articulate the Generate 1. Discuss the literary Northern Europe Mythology: Timeless Interactive Lecture Graded Oral
relationship of opportunities for developments of  The Norse Gods Tales of Gods and Presentation
education to larger reflection on Northern Europe  The Stories of Signey Heroes. Hamilton, Pair Work
historical, social, historical, social, through its myths and and Sigurd Written Examination
Edith.
cultural and political cultural and legends.  The Theft of Thor’s Film Viewing
processes. political Hammer World Mythology.
processes as Group Discussion
Effectively they affect the
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communicate orally day to day Rosenberg, Donna


and in writing using lives of the
both English and students
Filipino
Articulate the Generate 1. Discuss the literary The Americas Mythology: Timeless Interactive Lecture Graded Oral 9 hrs.
relationship of opportunities for developments of  The Children of the Tales of Gods and Presentation
education to larger reflection on America through its Sun Heroes. Hamilton, Group Discussion
historical, social, historical, social, myths and legends.  The Woman Who Fell Written Examination
Edith.
cultural and political cultural and from the Sky
processes. political  Caught by a Hair- World Mythology.
processes as String Rosenberg, Donna
they affect the
day to day
lives of the
students
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Grading System:

Part I (30%) Part II (70%)

Class Participation 15% Quizzes/Long test 30%


Outputs 9% Major exams (Midterm/Final) 40%
Attendance 3%
Character 3%

Final Grade= 50% Midterm Grade + 50% Tentative Final Grade

To pass this course , one must accumulate at least 75 points through the course requiremens discussed above.