Republic of the Philippines
MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGESchool of Secondary Teacher Education
Tanza, Boac, Marinduque
Vision: MSC-a premier College in the Region along the fields of Instruction, Research, Extension and ProductionMission: Provide quality, responsive and dynamic leadership in the areas of Education, Technology, Engineering, Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Arts and Sciences to empower God-fearing individuals who are innovators and protectors for the sustainable development of the provinceand the country as a whole.
COURSE SYLLABUSCourse Code: Elective 414Course Title: Mythology and FolkloreSY/Semester: SY 2011-2012Faculty: Jaze M. MarcoDepartment: EnglishSchool: SASCourse Credit: 3 unitsCourse Description:
This course is a study of major myths and folklore of various cultures from around the world. It is designed to give students an exposure to different myths and folklore and their contributions to the literary heritageof a particular place.
1.To read and interpret myths that left significant marks in the respective cultures they belong.2.To formulate logical conclusions about life from the selected literary pieces read.3.To appreciate similarities, differences in the beliefs, ideas, attitudes and values of people from the oral and written literary pieces taken.4.To express relevant and sound opinions about literary pieces in relation to national and international problems and issues.
Midterm and Final Exams 40%2.Written Output25%a)Reflection paper/Reaction paper b)Term paper 3.Performance15%
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