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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINESCOURSE SYLLABUS
TIP-VPAA-001Revision Status/Date:
COURSE CODE
ENGLISH 123
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE
COMMUNICATION Arts II
CREDIT UNITS
Lec 3
PRE-REQUISITE (S) SUBJECT CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLEENGLISH 113 Communication Arts ICOURSE DESCRIPTION A course in composition for college freshmen to develop effective skills in writing. Emphasis is on sentenceand paragraph writing in the form of written discourse and fundamentals of research writing. Students areexpected to develop a portfolio of their written outputs in the different discourse.COURSE OBJECTIVES:-Analyze the process of effective composition-Distinguish the four forms of discourse according to their distinct characteristics-Write own sample composition for each form of discourse-Apply the principles of writing discours
es in one’s discipline
 -Analyze the fundamentals of research paper as to partsNo.Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs)
 At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
Teaching Learning Activities(TLAs) Assessment Tasks(ATs)1Recognize the importance of words and its derivativeas well as meanings in compositionDemonstrate ability to construct grammatically correctsentences as prerequisite in composition writingLecture discussionCritiquingBoard work drillsWritten quizWritten exercise2Realize the importance of pre-writing stage and apply inthe actual writingDetermine the distinct characteristics of paragraphaccording to its types and usesOral discussionContent analysisInductive DiscoveryapproachSummative testProjects3Write sample compositions using the four forms of discourse Apply the correct method in developing descriptionDiscuss the importance of narrationReading of samplecompositionsBrainstormingSmall groupdynamicsOral and writtenexerciseJournalsWritten essays
 
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINESCOURSE SYLLABUS
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4Explain the distinct qualities of each type of expositionCompile a personal written portfolio Asses thecorrectness of eachwritten discourseWriting workshopCompilation of Writtenessays5Recognize the importance of research in their profession as well as in our educational systemExplore the contents of the parts of research paper Research andcontent analysisOral and writtendiscourseWritten outputsResearch work6Develop a sample research utilizing steps in writing it ExpositorydemonstrationWriting of initialsample chapters1-3Research defenseCOURSE CONTENTWeek Topics No. of hoursPrelimPeriod(Week 1-6)
Unit I-The Elements of Composition
1. The Word1.1 Word Power 1.2 Word Patterns1.3 Words and Meanings2. The Sentence2.1 Sentence and Fragments2.2 Sentence Patterns2.3 Parallelism3. The Paragraph3.1 Nature and Definition3.2 Qualities of Effective Paragraph3.3 Unity3.4 Coherence3.5 Emphasis4. Topic Sentence5. Transitional Markers6. Figures of Speech18 hrs.
 
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINESCOURSE SYLLABUS
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MidtermPeriod(Week 7-12)
Unit II-The Whole Composition
4. The Process of Writing a Composition4.1 Pre-Writing4.2 Outlining4.3 Actual Writing or Drafting4.3.1 Parts of the Composition4.4 Post Writing4.4.1 Editing/Proof-reading4.4.2 Final Draft5. Forms of Discourse5.1 Description5.1.1 Kinds of Description5.2 Narration5.2.1 Elements of Narration5.3 Argumentation5.3.1 Proposition5.3.2 Evidence5.4 Exposition5.4.1 Exposition of a Process5.4.2 Exposition of an Abstract Term5.4.3 Character Sketch5.4.4 Essay5.4.5 Comment and Criticism5.4.6 Classification and Partition5.4.7 Summary18 hrs.Final Period(Week13-17)
Unit III Fundamentals of Research Writing
6. Writing a Research6.1 Nature and Definition of a Research6.2 Five Steps in Writing a Research Paper 7. Writing a Research Proposal: An English 123 Format7.1 The Preliminary PagesTITLE PAGE APPROVAL SHEETCERTIFICATION FROM A LANGUAGE CRITIC ACKNOWLEDGEMENTDEDICATION ABSTRACTTABLE OF CONTENTSLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGURES7.2 The ContentsChapter 1. INTRODUCTION18 hrs

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