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Republic of the Philippines

CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Daet, Camarines Norte

OBE SYLLABUS IN ENGLISH 102 : Developmental Reading


A. VISION: CNSC as a premier higher education institution in the Bicol Region.

B. MISSION: The Camarines Norte State College shall provide higher and advanced studies in the fields of education, arts and
sciences, economics, health, engineering, management, finance, accounting, business and public administration,
fisheries, agriculture, natural resources development and management and ladderized courses. It shall also respond to
research, extension and production services adherent to progressive leadership towards sustainable development.

C. QUALITY POLICY: CNSC commits to continually uphold and strive for international standards through an effective and efficient
management system providing excellent professional services on instruction, research and extension to meet the highest
level of clienteles satisfaction.

D. DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: ENGLISH/AB English Language

E. COURSE CODE: ENG 102

F. COURSE TITLE: Developmental Reading

G. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with the theories on the nature of the reading process and its correlates e.g. reading in content
areas, case study reading, literature based readings and the like.

H. CREDIT UNITS: 3 units

I. PREREQUISITE: None

J. NO. OF HOURS: 54 lect

K. SCHEDULE: TTh 1:00-2:30 /1st Semester, SY 2017- 2018


L. CONSULTATION HOURS: TTH 2:30-5:00

M. INSTITIUTIONAL INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: CNSC envisions a graduate having the following attributes: professional
competence, critical and creative thinking skills, technical competitive skills, productivity, social and ethical responsibility,
communication skills, interpersonal skills and lifelong learning.

N. PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: For AB English Language, the following set of objectives describes what graduates are
expected to attain within few years after graduation:

1. Demonstrate professional and fundamental knowledge on language and literature and able to perform work activities
effectively to the standard of fast-paced dynamic environment.

2. Analyze and solve problems by using intelligent judgment based on evidence, sound reasoning, and generally
accepted facts and principles, and being able to improvise and use the creative skills in case of unprecedented problems
which are relevant in language and literature.

3. Demonstrate confidence in communication, both in written and spoken language.

O. COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: At the end of the course, students are expected to:

1. evaluate the reading process, habits, strategies and theories in understanding the cognitive and linguistic factors in
reading;

2. read fastidiously at an applied and critical level of comprehension, and

3. devise outputs that will exhibit, develop and/or enhance their reading potentialities.
P. LEARNING PLAN:

INTENDED CONTENTS TEXTBOOKS/ TEACHING & ASSESSMENT RESOURCE TIME


LEARNING REFERENCES LEARNING TASKS (ATs) MATERIALS ALLOCATION
OUTCOMES (ILO) ACTIVITIES
(TLAs)

At the end of the


rating period, students
should be able to:

Describe key A. Define


concepts and Developmental Bernardez, Edisteo Quizzes
terminologies Reading B., Ph.D. Lecture- Handouts
in B. Why Read (2007) discussion
developmental C. Types of Reading Developmenta Reading Worksheets
reading D. Qualities of a l Reading 1. Worksheets Week 1 6
Relate Good Reader Pledge Board Modules
situations and E. What to Read Mindshapers Modules
ideas to F. Stages of Devt Co., Inc. Reading
developmental Reading Intramuros, exercises Art materials
reading G. Speech Organs Manila. Integration
concepts H. How to Oral Paper Illustrations
Modify intently Read Effectively
and intensively I. Enunciation and Oral Reading
personal Pronunciation
reading habits Reading
and Program
potentialities
Assemble an Prelim Exam
individual
reading
program
End of Prelim.
At the end of the
rating period, students Vocabulary Skills
should be able to:

Explain the J. Levels of Romero, Angelita Roots and Stems Activity sheets Worksheets
literary Comprehension D. & (a game)
meaning and K. Word Formation Romero,
value from a L. Using Context Rene C. Context Clues Handouts of Week 7 - 12
range of texts clues Activity Participation in literary
(1998)
incorporate the M. Different Figures activities samples
value of of Speech Development Song
language N. Understanding al Reading: interpretation
styles to Idiomatic A Skill Text (Turning Tables Literary Pictures
literary value Expressions for College by Adele) analysis
Analyze O. Noting Details Students. Powerpoint
literature P. Making Rex Book Guess that Idiom!
according to Inferences and (game)
Store.
style, genre Drawing
and elements Conclusion Manila, Lecture-
Philippines. discussion Midterm Exam

Integrating
language and
End of Midterm literature activities

Q. Identifying Main Tyson, Lois


At the end of the Idea and (2006)
rating period, students Supporting Literary
should be able to: Details
Theory
R. Facts and
Generalize Opinions Today: A Literary
literary S. Predicting User- Analysis
theories and Outcomes Friendly Portfolio Copy of Lois
its application T. Silent Readings Guide (2nd Lecture- Tysons
in analyzing Ed). Quizzes Critical
literature Routledge discussion Theory
Synthesize Publishing. Book Review Week 13 - 18
literature New York, Handouts of
through literary
N.Y. On-the-spot
different Oral Analysis samples
theories literary analysis of Literature
Formulate (written)
value Final Exam
judgments on
literary texts
based from the
theories
discussed

End of Finals

Q. COURSE POLICIES:

Requirements
3 Major Exams
3 Projects
Prelim Midterm Final
Oral Group/Presentation Individual Reading Program

Active participation in class


Quizzes for each topic
Good behavior and Attendance

Grading System

As mandated by the Board of Trustees, the Camarines Norte State College must use a cumulative grading system.
The following table and figure show the breakdown of grades:

Breakdown of Grade Per Grading


Period
Periodical Exam Project Attendance Quizzes/Assignment Recitation

25% 30%

20%
20%

5%

Prelim Midterm Final


See Figure Prelim FG x 2 (Midterm TG) Midterm FG x 2 (Final TG)
3 3

Class standing = makes up 50% of the grade per grading period. It includes: Recitation, Assignment, Quizzes and Attendance
FG = refers to the sum of the Class Standing, Periodical Exam and Project during the last grading period; it stands for Final
Grade
TG = refers to the sum of the Class Standing, Periodical Exam and Project of the current grading period; it stands for Tentative
Grade
Attendance

As stipulated in the Student Handbook, students are allowed only 20% of the total number of meetings. Thus, only a maximum
of 10 absences for MWF classes and 7 for TTH classes. Any more than that will be cause for the student to be dropped from this
subject.

Excused Absences
The following are acceptable reasons for excused absences:
1. serious illness;
2. illness or death of family member;
3. college-related trips or events; and
4. major religious holidays

The instructor must be informed preferably in advance regarding these types of absences, but not later than one week after.

Make up Opportunity
For students who are excused due to college-related trips or events, the highest grade for non-major exams will be given.
However, for major exams, the student must take it no later than one week from the end of his or her official travel.
For excused students due to the other stipulated reasons, make-up quizzes will be given no later than a week after.
For missed project and assignment deadlines, the excused student will be given ample time for preparation and a different
submission date.

Verification of Absences
Students who claim to be absent because of serious illness or death of family member will be asked to provide appropriate
verification with a stamped date inclusive of the date of absence such as a Medical or Death Certificate.

Submission of Assignments and Projects


Rubrics for grading projects and assignments will be provided for by the instructor.
Deadlines are absolute. It cannot be changed unless otherwise stated by the instructor.
Printed write-up format is always as follows:
On an 8.5 inches by 11 inches (short) bond paper
1.5 inch left margin; all other sides are 1 inch
Font: Times New Roman 12; double-spaced
Header that includes the name, course & block, subject, the name and logo of the school, and the semester and
academic year, example:

Rose Marie S. Thyme


AB English 2B Camarines Norte State College
World Literature 2nd Semester A.Y. 2014 2015

Academic Integrity, Cheating and Plagiarism

The College and its instructors does not tolerate any form of cheating and plagiarism. As stipulated in the Student Handbook and
discussed during the Student Orientation, any student caught cheating during an exam will automatically merit a grade of 5.0 or Failed.
Plagiarized papers will also merit a grade of 5.0 for the subject.
For other offenses and its penalties, please see the Student Handbook.

Classroom Behavior, Decorum and Civility


Students are expected to behave accordingly. So attack of personal nature or statements denigrating another on the basis of
sex, religion, sexual orientation, age or other such factors will merit a low grade in terms of Attitude and may be asked to leave the room
or worse, be subjected to disciplinary action.
The prescribed uniform must be worn during class except on Wash Day. However, students must still follow the dress code.
This means, that students must not wear their PE or NSTP uniforms and/or any attire prohibited as stipulated in the College Policies
during this class. Non-compliance to this rule will result in reprimand or suspension.

Group Work and Student Collaboration


Group works will be rated not only by the final outcome but also through an assessment procedure or evaluation of members by
other members in the group.
Prepared by:

PEARLY BETH C. OGAYON


Instructor I

Reviewed:

ROSALIE A. ALMADRONES, Ph.D.


Dean

Approved:

ERLINDA J. PORCINCULA, Ph.D.


VP for Academic Affairs