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SHEPHERDVILLE COLLEGE

Talojongon, Tigaon Camarines Sur

COURSE OUTLINE IN ENGLIS PLUS-GRAMMAR 1E & 1G


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course aims to improve the English language proficiency of College Freshmen by learning critical grammatical structures necessary for communicative functions such as narrating,
describing, giving directions, etc., and to acquire adequate vocabulary needed for academic study. The learner will master fundamental grammar concepts and apply this knowledge to
written documents, oral speaking skills, and the End-of-the-Course Assessment.

OBJECTIVES

1. To acquire adequate vocabulary needed for academic study through various strategies.
2. To learn the critical grammatical structures necessary for communicative functions such as narrating, describing, giving directions etc.
3. To develop the ability to see the grammatical relationships between words, group of words and sentences within the discourse level.
4. To develop the ability to use the cohesive devices to come up with a meaningful discourse.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Vocabulary Building
a. Context Clues
b. Word Structures (affixes, compound words, word formation)
c. Idiomatic expressions
II. Parts of Speech
a. Preliminary exercises on Subjects and Predicates, Nouns, and Verbs
b. Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs
c. Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections,
III. The Sentence
a. Subjects and Predicates Continued; the Complete Subject and Complete Predicate
b. Predicate Nominative and Predicate Adjective ; Direct and Indirect Objectives
c. The Fragments; Types of Sentences; Review of Sentences
IV. The Phrase
a. Prepositional Phrases; Adjectival Phrases and Adverbial Phrases
b. Verbal Phrases; Participial, Gerund, Infinitive
c. Appositive Phrases; Review of Phrases
V. The Clause
a. Independent and Subordinate Clause
b. Types of Subordinate Clause
VI. The Paragraphs
a. Understanding Topic Sentence and Support
b. Understanding Unity and Coherence
c. Planning, Drafting and Polishing your paragraph

Grading System:

Examination - 50%
Class Standing - 50%

Attendance 10%
Recitations 15%
Quizzes 15%
Individual Output 10%

Attendance Policy:

Attendance shall be strictly observed. Absence of nine (9) cumulative hours may be allowed on valid grounds; provided, that the student shall present proof in case of medical
and similar reasons. Tardiness of 90 cumulative minutes shall be equivalent to one (1) absence, unless prior notice was sent and consent obtained from the professor.

Ma. Aiza O. Pentecostes


Instructor
SHEPHERDVILLE COLLEGE
Talojongon, Tigaon Camarines Sur

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE IN ENGLISH


First Semester, AY 2018-2019

Course Description:
This is a three-hour per week course which surveys short stories, poetry, essay, drama and other literary works in English by Filipino authors from the pre-historic to the present periods.
It shall highlight works by the Palanca Awards in Literature winners and the National Artists for Literature.

Objectives:
This course generally aims to expose the college students to the rich repertoire of Philippine Literature written in English. Specifically, this course aims to develop among the students
the critical skills in reading and analyzing literary texts, to bolster their appreciative values and sense of pride towards the Filipino culture and ideals, and to promote habitual and
discriminating taste in reading works of Filipino authors.

Course Content: Week 1 Preliminary Discussions


Nature and Essence of Literature. Divisions and Forms of Literature. Elements
of Each Form. Literary Theories and Criticism.
Week 2 Pre-Colonial Literature (-- 1564)
Riddles. Proverbs. Short Poems. Songs. Myths. Folk Tales. Legend. Epic.
Ambahan Lamge Dangdang-Ay An Balud Dumheb Ako a Dumanis
The Second Creation Tungkung Langit and Alunsina The Great Flood
The Story of the Orphan Girl How the Angels Built Lake Lanao
Tuwaang Attends a Wedding Tuwaang in Battle
Week 3 Under Spanish Colonialism (1565-1897)
Modesto de Castro – Urbana and Felisa
Leona Florentino - Desire’s Unlikely End
Marcelo H. Fel Pilar – The Passion Story that Ought to Inflame
Jose Rizal – To the Flowers of Heidelberg
Andres Bonifacio – What the Filipinos Should Know
Gregoria De Jesus – My Love, Ever Since You Left Me
Emilio Jacinto – Light and Darkness
Victoria Laktaw – Our Plea
Weeks 4 - 5 Under US Colonialism (1898-1945)
Luis Dato - The Spouse
Cecilio Apostol – To the Yankee
Deogracias A. Rosario – Greta Garbo
Manuel Arguilla – A Son is Born
Carlos Bulosan – Two Faces of America
Carlos Bulosan - My Brother Goes to Court
Angela M. Gloria - To a Lost One
Angela M. Gloria – I Have Begrudged the Years
Amador Daguio – Man of Earth
Amador Daguio – Wedding Dance
Rafael Zulueta de Costa – Like the Molave
Paz Marquez Benitez – Dead Stars
Jose Garcia Villa – Footnote to Youth
Week 6 Under the Republic (1946-1971)
Jose Garcia Villa – Poem 10
Emmanuel Torres – Song for a Dry Season
Nick Joaquin – Three Generations
Bienvenido Santos – The Contender
Bienvenido N. Santos – The Day the Dancers Came
Kerima Polotan – Sounds of Sunday
NVM Gonzales – Children of Ash-Covered Loam
NVM Gonzales – Bread of Salt
Week 7 MIDTERM
Week 8 Continuation of Literature Under the Republic)
Francisco Arcellana – Divide by Two
Estrella Alfon – Magnificence
Gilda Cordero Fernando – The Level of Each Day’s Need
Manuel Bernabe – The Pilgrimage of Death
Efren Abueg – The Death of Tio Samuel
Amado V. Hernandez – Isolation Cell
Alejandro Abadilla – I Am the Universe
Week 9-10 Under Martial Law (1972-1985)
Rolando S. Tinio – Valediction at Hillcrest
Virgilio S. Almario – The Life of Ka Bestre, Rig-Driver
Jose F. Lacaba – Force of Circumstance
Lamberto Antonio – Night of a Construction Worker
Bonifacio Ilagan – The Sermon
F. Sionil Jose – Dusk
F. Sionil Jose - Mass
Amadis Ma. Guerrero – Children of the City
Carmen Guerrero Nakpil – The Filipino Woman
Padro Cruz Reyes Jr. – King’s Decree
Leoncio P. Deriada – Dog Eaters
Week 11-12 Under the EDSA Democracy (1986-1994)
Mariano Kilates – Of Children Dying by Hunger Negros Elsewhere
Merlinda Bobis – Peopleness
Ninotchka Rosca – State of War
Edgardo Maranan – Hinterland
Benilda S. Santos – The Intellectual
Eric Gamalinda – Edge and Mourning and Weeping in this Valley of Tears
Charlson Ong – A Tropical Winter’s Tale
Gregorio Brillantes – The Fllod in Tarlac
Edgardo B. Maranan – Cogon
Jessica Zafra – Portents
Katrina Tuvera – The Flight
Week 13 Under the Age of Globalization (1995-Present)
Cristina Pantoja-Hidalgo – Recuerdo
Danton Remoto – from Gaydar and Pulot Gata
Ramil Digal Gulle – Twenty Fifth Fly
Alfred Yuson – Pillage
Edgar Maranan – Tabon
Ian Casocot – Old Movies
Elsa Martinez Coscolluela – Katipunera
Lakambini Sitoy – Shut Up and Live
Socorro Villanueva – We Won’t Cry Over This
(and other writers)
Week 14 FINAL EXAM

Methodologies:
This course shall use student-centered methodologies and techniques of study, such as:
Lecture- Fora Team presentations Recitations
Quizzes Brainstorming Interpretive Readings
Examinations Research Book Reports

Grading System:
Examination - 50%
Class Standing - 50%

Attendance 10%
Recitations 15%
Quizzes 15%
Individual Output 10%

GPA = 1st Grading Period Rate + 2nd Grading Period Rate + 3 rd Grading Period + 4th Grading Period ÷ 2

Attendance Policy:
Attendance shall be strictly observed. Absence of nine (9) cumulative hours may be allowed on valid grounds; provided, that the student shall present proof in case of medical and
similar reasons. Tardiness of 90 cumulative minutes shall be equivalent to one (1) absence, unless prior notice was sent and consent obtained from the professor.

References:
1. Dimalanta and Mata, Philippine Contemporary Literature in English: Tradition and Change (from the 20’s to the Present). UST Publishing House, 2004.
2. Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature An Anthology of Winning Works, The 1980s Poetry. Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc. 2000.
3. Kahayon and Zulueta, Philippine Literature Through the Years. National Book Store.
4. Dones, Philippine Literature A Student Guide. Mindshapers co., Inc. 2009.
5. Lumbera and Lumbera, Philippine Literature A History and Anthology, English Edition. Anvil. 2005.
6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palanca_Awards
7. http://sushidog.com/bpss/authors.htm
8. Other related sources

Ma. Aiza O. Pentecostes


Instructor