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Republic of the Philippines

SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE


BULAN CAMPUS
Bulan, Sorsogon

COURSE SYLLABUS IN E111


THE TEACHING OF READING AND LISTENING

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course aims to impart principles of reading and listening comprehension, the ability
to teach a lesson in reading and a lesson in listening comprehension, and experience
and practice in both types, using texts that correspond to the teaching at different levels.
Also, it is designed to give strategies for teaching reading and listening in the content
areas and information on how to use reading and listening strategies for all students.

Department : EDUCATION
Program : Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English
Term : 2nd Semester/ SY 2014 – 2015
Date Implemented : November 3, 2014
Pre-requisite : None
Co-requisite : None
Units : 3 units
Number of Hours : 54 hrs

II. COURSE OBJECTIVES

A. GENERAL:

The course aims to equip students with communication skills suitable for their academic
purposes. It is further meant to develop in students skills necessary for effective
communication in business and life in general.

B. SPECIFIC:

At the end of the semester, the students shall be able to:

a. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of teaching students how to read


to learn through journal writing and discussion.
b. Synthesize research on the interactive elements of reading, strategic processing,
and strategic teaching through the design and application of instructional activities.
c. Explore your curriculum and analyze how you can incorporate reading-to-learn
strategies.
d. Create, implement, and reflect on a content area activity that incorporates a
vocabulary strategy, an informal text strategy, or a reflection strategy.

III. COURSE CONTENT ALLOTED TIME

Preliminaries

SSC VMGO STATEMENTS 1hr

VISION
A center of excellence in the formation of a progressive, reproductive, self-reliant,
responsive, nationalistic, ecology-friendly and value-oriented people for united, peaceful
and agri-industrialized Sorsogon
MISSION
A premier institution of higher learning committed to produce quality graduates
who are research, value and service-oriented and entrepreneurially-inclined for the
sustainable agri-industrialized development of Sorsogon beyond.

GOAL
SSC Bulan Campus shall provide quality instruction in the field of Public
Governance, Business Management and Information Technology; conduct scientific
studies for the production and promotion of appreciation knowledge, skills and
technologies that can improve and sustain the quality of life of the Filipinos.

Grading System:

Components:
Examination 30%
Quizzes 20%
Recitation 20%
Projects 20%
Attendance 10%

TOTAL 100%

A. READING PROCESS 6hrs


1. Reading Defined
2. Theoretical Models in Reading
3. The Perceptual Nature of Reading
4. Learning Principles and the Reading Process
5. Factors that Affect Reading
6. Reading as a Developmental Process

B. TEACHING EMERGENT LITERACY 5hrs


1. Reading Readiness
2. Theories on Readiness
3. Reading Readiness and Emergent Literacy
4. Indicators of Readiness
5. Skills of the Emergent Reader

C. TEACHING BASIC COMPREHENSION SKILLS 6hrs


1. Reading Comprehension Defined
2. Barett’s Taxonomy of Reading Comprehension
3. The Three Levels of Comprehension
4. The Questioning Technique to Develop Comprehension
5. Basic Comprehension Skills

D. TEACHING READING METHODOLOGIES 13hrs


1. Teaching Vocabulary
2. The Dimensional Approaches
3. Semantic Webbing
4. The Gradual Psychological Unfolding Approach (GPU)
5. Storytelling
6. Direct Reading Thinking Activity (DRTA)
7. Reading Aloud
8. Sustained Silent Reading
9. Language Experience Approach (LEA)
10. Dialogical Thinking Reading Lesson (DTRL)
11. The FAN Technique
12. Phono-Visual-RAP
E. READING GAMES 4hrs
1. The Gaming Method
2. Simulations and Games
3. Hints on How to Use Games
4. Treasure Hunt
5. Classifying Games

MIDTERM EXAMINATION………………………………………………………….. 1hr

F. THE ART OF LISTENING 18hrs


1. Listening vs. Hearing
2. Listening Styles
3. Types of Listeners
4. The Process of Listening
5. Reasons for Listening
6. Barriers to Effective Listening
7. How to be a Better Listener
8. Authentic vs. created listening tasks
9. Focused listening
10. Listening and making short responses
11. Using songs
12. Using videos
13. Jigsaw listening
14. Evaluating listening activities/ techniques

FINAL EXAMINATION……………………………………………………………… 1hr

IV. METHODOLOGIES/ STRATEGIES

Discussion Group Interaction/Dynamics Reporting


Brain-storming

V. MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT
Computer Projector Pentel pens
Hand-outs Manila Papers

VI. REQUIREMENTS

Active Classroom Participation Attendance


Compilation of Reports/Handouts

VII. REFERENCES

a. Anna Clarissa Mendoza, Elenita Mendoza. Rhetorics and Speech Communication,


Mandaluyong City 1550, National Bookstore, 2004
b. Joy Chavez, Marivic Neri et al. Creative Oral Communication for Filipino Application:
A Practical Application, Brgy. Paltok West Ave., Quezon City, Great Book Publishing,
2012
c. Em Griffin.Communication: A first Look at Communication Theory (4th Edition),
McGraw-Hill Companies, 2000
d. Carmelita S. Flores , Evelyn B. Lopez. Effective Speech Communication (5th Edition),
Mandaluyong City 1550, National Bookstore, 2003
e. Paterna Estoque Manalo, Virginia Elona Fermin. Fundamental Speech
Communication For Filipinos, Mandaluyong City 1550, National Bookstore, 2006

Prepared & Submitted by:

MARIAN A. HABLA
Instructor I

Recommending Approval:

LEMI L. VILLOSO, MAED


Program Chair, BME Department

Approved by:

OSCAR G. CARIÑOLA, MTE


Campus Administrator