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ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION

Angeles City
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education

SYLLABUS FOR LITERATURE 02A


I. VISION: Angeles University Foundation envisions to emerge as a center for excellence in instruction, research and community extension services
in the region and in the global community.
II. MISSION:

To realize its vision, the University is committed to the total development of man for God and humanity.

III. VISION OF THE COLLEGE: The College of Education envisions to be a center for research, instruction and other scholarly activities in
teacher education. Its sphere of intellectual influence should extend to public and private schools.
IV. MISSION OF THE COLLEGE: To realize its vision, the College is committed to develop Christian educators dedicated to help the youth
grow as the nations partners of development and the earths protectors of human lives and environment.
V. CORE VALUES OF THE UNIVERSITY:
A. Mabuti (Inner Goodness). Initiate activities that will inspire the University community to become authentic witness of
the Christian faith.
B. Magaling (Excellence). Provide venues and opportunities for the University community to become critical and
analytical in issues that hinder the promotion of human dignity.
C. May Malasakit sa Kapwa (Genuine Concern for Others). Prepare men and women who can translate their
Christian principles into genuine compassion for others especially to
the least, the last and the lost.
VI. PROGRAM OUTCOMES:
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE:
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.
3. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
4. Preserve and promote Filipino historical and cultural heritage.

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education
VII. COURSE TITLE: Literatures of the World
UNITS: 3 Lecture
VIII. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course deals with the continuous study of the literary forms and genres exemplified by selected literary
texts from various countries and written at different periods in history.
IX. PRE-REQUISITE/S: Eng 1A

Course Objectives
1.To develop a keen
awareness of world
heritage by being able
to make conclusions
on the role of literature
in creating and
influencing ones
world.

2. To enhance
understanding of
literature as a means
of discovering oneself,
valuing other people
and their myriad

Desired Student Learning


Outcomes (SLO)
1.1. give definitions of
literature;
1.2. explain how literature
may be influenced by culture,
history, environment and
other factors;
1.3. identify the distinguishing
features of literary texts and
the benefits a student of
literature gets from the study
of literature;
1.4. point out the role of
literature in enabling ones
personal growth.
2.1.differentiate kinds of
literature according to form,
structure and genre;
2.2. compare and contrast the
different approaches used in

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Course Content/
Time Allotment
a. What literature is /2
hours
b. Literary standards /2
hours

Teaching Learning
Activities
Board work
Small group
work/Pair work
Class discussion

c. Models of literature /
2 hours

a. Classification of
literature/1 hour

Semantic web of
literature

Assessment
Tools
Objective and
essay
quizzes

Individual, pair and


small group
presentations

Recitation

Research
Brainstorming

b. Approaches used in
the study of literature /
2hours

Evidence of
Outcomes

Group report

Objective and
essay quizzes

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education
circumstances in life,
and, connecting to the
world.

literature

3. To deepen students
understanding of
fiction.

3.1.clarify what makes short


stories and novels seem so
realistic;
3.2.define each element of
fiction;
3.3.explain the significance of
conflict in fiction;
3.4. distinguish flashback from
foreshadowing.

a. What fiction is/1 hour


b. Elements of fiction/1
hour
c. Literary devices/1
hour

Objective and
essay quizzes.

Small group work


K-W-L presentation
Class discussion

Short Stories:
4. To deepen students
appreciation of fiction.

4.1.give the meanings of


unfamiliar words through
context clues, thereby
enriching ones vocabulary;
4.2. answer correctly the
comprehension questions that
are of varying levels of
difficulty;
4.3.analyze the elements of
literary selections under
study;
4.4.construct an appropriate
theme for each story taken
up;
4.5.identify a most suitable
literary approach that may be

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A. Children of the
City/1 hour
B. Story of the Dress
that Sang/1 hour
C. Half a Day/1 hour
D. Summer
Anniversary/1 hour
E. A Rose for Emily/1
hour
F. God Sees the Truth
but Waits/ 1 hour

Research
Reading assignment
Vocabulary
enrichment
Question and Answer
Class discussion

Power point
presentations
showing literature
circles roles.
Themes of literary
selections

Objective and
essay quizzes.

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used in analyzing a text;
4.6. state the relevance of
underlying themes and morals
to present situations.;
4.7.draw similarities and
differences of the featured
selections in relation to
theme;
4.8. acknowledge varying
histories, cultures, traditions,
values and diversities of
countries.
5. To enhance
students appetite in
reading, studying and
understanding poetry.

6. To enhance
students
understanding of
sense in poetry.

5.1.define and characterize


poetry;
5.2.differentiate denotation
from connotation, internal
from terminal rhymes, tone
from mood, symbol from
imagery, narrative from lyric
and dramatic poems;
5.3. do scansion of lines or
verses.
6.1.identify the figure/s of
speech found in a line/s of
verse/s;
6.2.give examples of figures of
speech;

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
a. Poetry and its
characteristics/1 hour
Activating schema
b. Elements of poetry
(sense, sound and
structure)/4 hours
c. Types of poetry
(narrative, lyric and
dramatic and their subtypes)/1 hour
a. Figures of Speech/3
hours

Note-taking
Recitation

Students insights
about poetry.

Objective and
essay quizzes.

Scansion of verses

Class discussion
Scansion

Figures of speech
(FOS)Hunt
Small group work on
favorite songs

FOS in chosen
songs

Objective tests.

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education

7. To sharpen the
analytical skills of
students as they read,
understand and
appreciate poetry.

7.1.paraphrase poems;

Poems

7.2.identify and explain


figurative language used;

A. Unending Love/1
hour

Reading assignment
7.3.give and explain the sense
of the poem;

B. Psalm of Life/1
hour

7.4.note significant differences


in sound patterns and
structures of poems;

C. On Giving/1 hour

7.5.bring out themes of


poems;
7.6.use context clues to get at
the meanings of unfamiliar or
difficult words;
7.7. state the tone and
purpose of the poet.
8. To enrich students
knowledge of the
essay.

Research

8.1. trace the beginnings of


the essay and why it is
considered the most potent
tool for social reforms;
8.2.determine what makes a

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Power point
presentations
showing literature
circles roles.

Objective and
essay quizzes.

Students essays

Rubric
Objective tests.

Vocabulary
enrichment
Paraphrasing poems

D Elegy for a Woman


of No Importance/1
hour

FOS Hunt
Class discussion

E. Ode to My Socks/1
hour

Film Viewing:
Invictus

F My Country for
Mandela/3 hours
G. Sonnet 18/1 hour
(9 hours)
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
a. Essay and its
elements/1 hour

Dissection of a sample
essay

b. types and parts of


essay/1 hour

Essay writing on a
social or environment

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education
text an essay;
8.3.distinguish a formal from
an informal essay;

issue of choice
c. major patterns used
in writing essays/1 hour

8.4.state what the content/s of


each part of an essay is/are;
8.5. differentiate deductive
from inductive method of
paragraph development.
9. To enrich students
comprehension and
written communication
skills through their
engagement with
selected essays.

9.1.determine authors tone


and purpose;
9.2.use outlines to sum up
ideas from texts;
9.3.look for explicit proof
statements to support
assertions, understanding or
interpretation;
9.4.draw conclusions from a
set of details;

Essays:
A.The Filipino Is Worth
Dying For/1 hour
B.The Analects/2
hours

Research
Reading assignment

C.Friendship/1 hour
D.The Nobel Prizes/1
hour
E.The Handsomest
Drowned Man in the
World/1 hour

Vocabulary
enrichment

a. Drama and its

Brainstorming

Power point
presentations
showing literature
circles roles.

Objective tests
and essay quizzes

Rubric
Students essays

Class discussion
Outlining

9.5. use appropriate modes of


paragraph development to
express ones ideas, feelings,
attitudes and reactions.
10. To enrich students

10.1.differentiate drama from

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Presentation of

Objective tests

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knowledge of the
drama.

fiction, drama from play,


realism from non-realism;
10.2.compare and contrast
the types of drama;

11. To enrich students


comprehension, oral
and written
communication skills
through their
engagement with
selected drama.

11.1. summarize each


scene/act of a drama read;
11.2. explain the titles of the
dramas in the light of their
themes;
11.3.identify the elements of
dramas read;
11.4.classify dramas taken;

elements/1 hour
b. major dramatic
attitude, types of
drama/1 hour

A. Bones/2 hours
B. Glass Menagerie /2
hours
C. creative writing
project/3 hours

Small group work

students
comparison of
fiction and drama
elements

Readers theatre /
role play

Research

Rubric

Reading assignment
Class discussion

Objective tests

Short stories

Brainstorming
Small group work

11.5. rewrite a chosen text


into a different form or genre
(ex. a drama, poem or an
essay into a short story)
FINAL EXAMINATION

X. TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 54 hours


XI. CONSULTATION HOURS
Name of Instructor:

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Days

Time
F(

Room

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education

XI. GRADING SYSTEM:


a. Preliminary Grade
(Class Standing x 2) + (Preliminary Exam Rating)
3
b. Midterm Grade
(Class Standing x 2) + (Midterm Exam
+ Rating
Prelim )
3
Grade
2
c. Final Grade
(Class Standing) + (Final Exam Rating
x 2) Grade
+ Midterm
3
2
XIII. TEXTBOOK: :

Sialongo, E. B., et. al. (2007).Literatures of the world. Manila: REX Publishing.

XIV. REFERENCES:
A. Books
Agcaoili, R. Jr. M. & Marantan, R. M. (2013). World literature. Malabon City: Jimczyville Publications.
Applesee, A. (2006). The language of literature: World literature. Evanston, Ill: McDougal Littell.
Banaag, A. (2003). A journey through world literature. Quezon City.: Great Books Trading.
Bascara, L. R. (2003). World literature. Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc.
Kent-Drury, R. (2005).Using internet primary sources to teach critical thinking skills in world literature. Connecticut.: Libraries
Unlimited.
Lopez, F., et.al. (2009). Views: between borders, beyond barriers. Manila: UST Publishing House.
Rodil, R. C., et. al. (2014). Heritage of world literature. Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp. Pub. Corp.
Sayumo, A. S., et.al. (2012). World literature. Malabon City: Jimczyville Publications.

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Tendero, E. (2008).World literature: The masterpieces of the world. Manila: Grandwater Publishing.
Viray, L. et.al. (2012). World literature. Pateros, Metro Manila: Grandwater Publishing.
B. ONLINE:
Analysis of literature. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from http://mockingbird.creighton.edu/worldlit/program/guiding-themes.htm
This provides a common, content-based structuring framework for the analysis of literature which is congruent with the programs
goals; the faculty chooses from a number of given guiding themes and approaches particular emphasis and methodology of instruction.
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature. Retrieved June 8,2016, from http://study.com/academy/course/analyzing-and-interpreting
This website offers a course summary with videos and quizzes about analyzing and interpreting literature.
Human experience. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from www.enotes.com/homework-help/why-study-literature-important-what-skills-do-408329
It enumerates skills such as how to react to different situations, how to solve problems, how to have vicarious experiences, what values
to learn, and how to understand problems of other people.
Inspiring books. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from www.worldliteraturetoday.org
This website presents 25 books that have inspired the world, books on poetry, translation, Nobel Prize authors, women authors and
topics, and on children.
Riddle of Einstein. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from www.increase brainpower.com/Einsteins Riddle
This riddle was created by Albert Einstein in the late 1800s. He claimed that 98% of the worlds population could not solve this riddle. In
this age of technology, this is a good activity for students of world literature, of which Einstein is one topic.
Study of literature. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_you_have_to_study_world_literature
It presents the study of literature as one that removes social isolation and biases, enables better communication, makes students know
about other cultures and feel empathy with global neighbors, and presents the main topic as all human.
Understanding symbolisms. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from http://www.buzzle.com/articles/symbolusm-examples.html
Symbols are an integral part of daily life and a single image or word can sometimes provide an entire picture. Students of literature
come across symbolisms in their study and this website will help them in interpreting and appreciating literature better.

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Angeles City
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education
Understanding symbolism. Retrieved June 8, 2016 from http://www.chow.com/how_20955782_understand-symbolisms-literature
Understanding symbolisms is one way of evaluating a literary work critically, and doing this may seem daunting for students, but this
websites helps because it shows the process of understanding symbolisms in literature.
Prepared by:
DR. JOSEPHINE S. CUNANAN
Instructor

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Reviewed by:
MRS. JENNIFER P. SANTILLAN
Department Chair

Approved by:
DR. ELVIRA S. BALINAS
Dean