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BIT International College

City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE CODE : Engl 3ed


COURSE TITLE : Interactive English Listening, Speaking & Grammar

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is designed to give some background on the meaning, nature and psychology of the reading process. It discusses in detail
the balanced developmental reading program and stages in growth in reading from pre-school to college. It also offers a number of
ways of building word power, its principles and strategies.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Explain the psychological nature of reading and why reading is a developmental task.
CO2. Give the meaning and scope of developmental reading.
CO3. Discuss the skills to attain reading power.
CO4. Discuss pathways to enhance literary appreciation skills.
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City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE CODE : Engl 15


COURSE TITLE : Creative Writing

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is designed for college students especially those major in English. It aims to strengthen the ability. To provides students
with situations outside their normal classroom learning. Inviting them to stretch their minds to express their thoughts through writing,
thus enabling them to enjoy and be creative in writing.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Acquired knowledge on the basic rudiments of creative writing.
CO2. Write descriptive, narrative, expository and imaginative compositions.
CO3. Differentiate and organize ideas using the methods of classification, comparison and contrast, sequencing and cause and effect.
CO4. Relate to a given situation and its possible outcomes.
CO5. Undergo different exercises on creative writing.
CO6. Produce a literary piece from his imagination, instead of merely examining and appreciating what other’s have written.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE CODE : Engl 5ed


COURSE TITLE : ESP-Sharpened English Language Skills

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is designed to enrich and sharpened student’s knowledge in language. It further develops the student’s writing skills
particularly in making research works.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Define language in different perspective.
CO2. Establish the relationship of language and research.
CO3. Differentiate report from research.
CO4. Give the significance of writing and research paper.
CO5. Choose an appropriate subject for research.
CO6. Enhance skills in preparing a notecard, outline, and working bibliography.
CO7. Apply the elements of research paper in conducting research.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE CODE : Engl 6


COURSE TITLE : Language & Society

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Language and Society aims to study and analyze variation within a language. It looks at a difference between speech, writing and
variation in pronunciation between different social classes. It also outlines divergence between men’s and women’s language, and
discusses multilingual communities, pidgins, and creoles, theories of the origin of language, language change, universal grammar and
the ABC’s of language.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. To get familiarize with the nature, aspects and characteristics of language.
CO2. To illustrate the history of language by identifying the different theories of the origin of the language.
CO3. To analyze the different variations within a language.
CO4. To get and overview of how humans acquire language, how they comprehend speech and how they produce it.
CO5. To know the causes why language changes.
CO6. To construct a flowchart or timeline of the history and development of the English language.
CO7. To infer the relationship of the different areas of language study and its related disciplines by drawing a schematic web of the course.
CO8. To construct a flowchart of the causes of language change and the different types of reconstruction of languages.
CO9. To appreciate the origin and development of language by citing specific experiences how children learned to speak.
CO10. To show interest in the scientific study of language by explaining how tacit knowledge of language evolved into set of finite
grammatical rules.
CO11. To realize the importance of understanding the nature of language especially appreciating one’s dialect and nature of one’s dialect.
Specific Objectives Contents Time Learning Activities Resources Evaluation Values
Frame Classroom Others

a. Trace the history of writing. The ABC’s of Language 4 hours Group Reporting Recitation
b. Discuss the system of modern writing
c. Understand the interaction of reading, History of Writing Modern 4 hours Follow-up Check-up test
writing, and speech. Writing Systems Reading, discussion
Writing and Speech

BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. Books
Textbooks
Jean Aitchison (1999). Teach Yourself Linguistic. Great Britain: Hooder & Stoughton Educational Ltd.
Fromkin. Victoria et al. (2005). An Introduction to Language: China Translation & Printing Services Ltd.

Reference:

Arts. F. (1982). English Syntactic Structrues. Oxford Pergamon Press. Ltd.


Aitchison.Juan (1993). Linguistic Chicago, Illinois: NTC Publishing House
Anderson Wallace (1992). Introductory Readings on Language, New York: Holt, Rhinehart and Winston Inc.
Bautista, Ma. Lourdes (1996). Readings in Philippines Sociolinguistics. Manila: De la Salle University Press.

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Mr. Necitas D. Fudolin Mr. Anecito P. Moreno, MAED


Instructor OIC, College of Teacher Education
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS
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COURSE CODE : Engl 14


COURSE TITLE : English & American Literature

PRE-REQUISITE : Engl 1, 2 and 3ed


CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is covers on the study of the start form the Old English, The Elizabeth Period, the Puritan, the Age of Classicism, the
transition form Classism to Romanticism, the Romantic Period, the Victorian Period, the Recent and Contemporary Literature; and the
American beginning with the English and Colonial Background, the revolutionary and Pioneer Period the Young Republic, the Nation
United, the Recent and Poetry and the Reign of realism.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. To familiarize the students with the two streams of literature of English and the American Literature.
CO2. To provide the students with a systematic accounts of the historical background of the different periods of both the English and the
American Literature.
CO3. To enrich the knowledge of the students with the fascinating story of the English and American people, their civilization, their
aspirations and ideals of their various races that have gone to make up the complex of English and American people.
CO4. To develop the student’s ability to recognize a sequence of events, notes, cause-and-effect relations, predict outcomes, evaluate
character and understand plot structure.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS

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COURSE CODE : Engl 4ed


COURSE TITLE : Teaching, Listening, and Reading

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This description is designed to give some background knowledge on the meaning, nature and psychology of the reading process. It
discusses in detail the balanced developmental reading program and stages in growth in reading from pre-school to college. It also
offers a number of ways of building word power, its principles and strategies.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Explain the psychological nature of reading and why reading is a developmental task.
CO2. Give the meaning and scope of developmental reading.
CO3. Discuss the skills to attain reading power.
CO4. Discuss pathways to enhance literary appreciation skills.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS
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COURSE CODE : Engl 6ed


COURSE TITLE : The Teaching of Literature

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course aim to encourage student’s appreciation of the different literary works and it is intended to provide the students with
knowledge about how the human race thought and felt thousand years ago. It also aims to develop the value of appreciating different
types and kinds of literature.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Show appreciation of the existence of literature as means of expressing their practical lives.
CO2. Enhance and develop their good reading habit of reading different and different kinds of literature.
CO3. Enhance their writing skills through literary composition practice.
CO4. Develop skills in forming ideas expressed in creative writing.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

COURSE SYLLABUS
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COURSE CODE : Engl 8


COURSE TITLE : Afro-Asian Literature

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course allows students to explore literary selections from Afro-Asian Countries. Focus is given on representative literatures of
Egypt, Israel, Arabia, Iran, China, Japan, South Africa and India.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Trace the literary history of countries in Africa and Asia.
CO2. Describe selected African and Asian writers.
CO3. Explain the elements of particular literary forms
CO4. Demonstrate the values learned from literary selections in their everyday life.
CO5. Read clearly selected prose and poetry.
CO6. Write summary, reaction paper, and paraphrase of required literary selections.
Specific Objectives Contents Time Learning Activities Resources Evaluation Values
Frame Classroom Others

To understand the ways and culture of Introduction. The People of the 1 hr Discussion pp.496-500 Question and Interest
the Moslem world. Moslem World Answer

To exert effort to understand religious The Age of Islam 1 hr Explanation pp.518-521 Quiz Nationalism
practices of the Muslims.

To define the value of nationalism in Nationalism in Iran 1 hr. Lecture pp.535-541 Oral Drill Identity
Iran.

To formulate wide range of idealism of Arab Nationalism on the 1 hr. Elucidation pp.543-548 Question and Interest
Arab nationalism on the march. March Answer

To relate story on how Israelites live and Israel-The Formation of 1 hr. Discussion pp.550-553 Quiz Nationalism
study. Jewish State.

To study the importance of the region. South African State of Sahara 1 hr. Lecture pp.580-582 Oral drill Identity

To develop a deep sense of Introduction. The Varied 1 hr. Elucidation pp.580-582 Question and Interest
understanding of the subject matter. Surface of Africa Answer

To discuss political concept of Africa. The People of Africa 1 hr. Discussion pp.582-592 Quiz Nationalism

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ANNA MARIE J. GUTANG ANECITO P. MORENO, MAED


Instructor OIC, College of Teacher Education
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

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COURSE CODE : Engl 16


COURSE TITLE : Mass Communication and Campus Journalism

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is designed for college especially those major in English. It aims to enhance the students writing and apply the principles
and strategies in writing. The various parts, e.g. editorial, news, features, sports of appreciation in mass media and campus journalist.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Acquired knowledge on the significance of mass communication and campus journalism.
CO2. Learn about the campus paper and how it works.
CO3. Develop skills in writing a news, feature , editorial, sports, and other types of campus paper writings.
CO4. Acquire knowledge on how to make and to manage a camp.
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City of Tagbilaran

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COURSE CODE : Engl 8ed


COURSE TITLE : Preparation and Evaluation of Instructional Materials

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course designed to prepare the future teachers in the actual field of work, especially those who are major in English. It provides
the essentials concept and techniques in the preparation of instructional materials and evaluation tools in teaching. It develops
students skills in making a course syllabus, individual teaching unity, self-learning kit (SLK), self-instructional module, daily lesson plan,
class target, action plan, budget of work and evaluation tools which include the test blue print or table of specification and the various
types of test. It also includes a discussion and instructional objectives. Part of the course is the inclusion of the significant things in the
DECS Service Manual 2000, namely school equipment and furniture, regular classroom facilities, classroom structuring, library facilities,
textbooks and other supplementary materials required by the DepEd.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Develop techniques in making a various kinds of instructional materials.
CO2. Describe the physical characteristics, advantages, limitations, and instructional application of variety of instructional materials.
CO3. Identify and demonstrate the uses of the instructional materials appropriate.
CO4. Use appropriate instructional objectives for a specific lesson.
CO5. Evaluate developmentally appropriate visual aids.
CO6. Write sample test items of various types.
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City of Tagbilaran

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COURSE CODE : Engl 9


COURSE TITLE : Mythology & Folklore

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The first part of the course deals on Greek and Roman Mythology, folk beliefs and ideas. The second part focuses Philippine folklore. It
is intended to provide the students with knowledge about how the human race thought and felt thousand of years ago. It also aims to
develop in the elements of value of appreciation of Philippine folklores and other stories that give lesson to life.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Define the knowledge of mythology in the people’s cultural life.
CO2. Trace the origins of some English terms taken from classical mythology.
CO3. Describe the significant mythological characters, events, and other phenomena of natures.
CO4. Do research and make a good written as well as oral report.
CO5. Develop appreciation for literature through the reading of classical of mythology and Philippine folklore.
CO6. Analyze how human race thought and felt in untold ages.
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COURSE CODE : Engl 19


COURSE TITLE : World Literature

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is a continuation of the study of the literary forms, or genres, exemplified this time by selected literary text from various
countries, written at different period in history.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Make the student appreciate the breath and depth of literature in other countries.
CO2. Deepen the students understanding genres.
CO3. Must have read representative text from all literary periods.
CO4. Student must have written a term paper of at least five pages analyzing one literary text written by an author born in a Southeast
Asian Country.
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COURSE CODE : Engl 21


COURSE TITLE : Literary Criticism

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course provides an overview of the various literary types and the classical text of literary criticism, emphasizing the doctrines of
the great critics, the continuities and changes in critical idea and the relation between theory and literary practice. The course
introduces the students to the current trends in literary theory and criticism, namely: the Impressionistic, Biographical, Archetypal,
Psychological and some other literary criticism prior in the twentieth century and a review of traditional approach to literary criticism.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. To develop ability to make connections, distinguish patterns and discern meaning.
CO2. To realize how analysis can lead to reintegrate and deeper understanding of literary work.
CO3. To recognize various critical approaches to literature.
CO4. To critically analyze the writings of critics.
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COURSE CODE : Engl 9ed


COURSE TITLE : Introduction to Stylistics

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course provide an overview of stylistics as a discipline, its nature and development, essential concepts, its uses to illustrate and
explain a variety of English Language structures and its implications to English Language Teaching.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Acquire a working knowledge on the nature and functions of stylistics.
CO2. Give the significance of stylistics study and its relation to linguistics and the value of stylistics communication to society.
CO3. Determine the levels in the use of words, their classification, and appropriateness and their significance in writing.
CO4. Use acquired knowledge in sentence variations for effective communication.
CO5. Apply stylistics tools in writing and in text analysis.
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

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COURSE CODE : Engl 10


COURSE TITLE : Speech and Oral Communication

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is designed to ameliorate student’s speaking proficiency. Hence, it imparts different principles involve in speaking that are
applicable through practice. Moreover, it helps to bring about improvement of students potential to acquire effective communication
and comprehension of the messages in speech interaction.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Show acknowledgement on the nature of speech communication process.
CO2. Perform and use strategies of enhancing effective communication.
CO3. Practice communication process through public speech communication.
CO4. Provide empirical observation on the proper etiquette of communication in all speaking experiences.
Specific Objectives Contents Time Learning Activities Resources Evaluation Values
Frame Classroom Others

VI. Appreciate the significance of VI. Elements of intrapersonal 11th week Group Reporting Recitation
intrapersonal communication. communication
Follow-up Check-up test
VII. Understanding the nature of 12th -13th discussion
intrapersonal relationship and its concept VII. Public communication week
A. Nature of public
VIII. Practice the necessary skills for the communication 14th-18th
delivery of effective public speechless B. The self-concept week
C. Speech delivery and
activities

References:

Effective Speech Communication in Various Situations by: Judy Imelda L. Igoy, Ph.D. and Apolinario S. Saymo
Speech Improvement by: Paz Dorotheo
The Arts of Public Speaking: Stephen E. Lucas

Submitted by: Noted by:

LEONARDA D. LOAYON, Ph.D ANECITO P. MORENO, MAED


Instructress OIC, College of Teacher Education
BIT International College
City of Tagbilaran

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COURSE SYLLABUS

COLLEGE : TEACHER EDUCATION

COURSE CODE : Engl 11ed


COURSE TITLE : Remedial Instructions in English

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course aims to enhance student’s proficiency in English language particularly, on the grammatical division of English that is
necessary for communicative and learning purposes. The emphasis is the correct grammatically for effective communication.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Show appreciation to the correct usage of grammatical structure necessary for communicative function.
CO2. Apply their ability to determine the grammatical relationships of words, group of words, and sentences within the selection.
CO3. Actualize the significance of English grammar to their practical lives, particularly in English language proficiency for Communication
purposes.
CO4. Practice grammatical correctness through cohesive sentence composition.
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COURSE CODE : Engl 18


COURSE TITLE : Philippine Literature in English

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The discipline invokes the student’s nationalism and patriotic appreciation of Philippine Literature. Furthermore, it widens their
understanding on the nation’s identity.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. Appreciate the existence of literature as an expression of practical lives.
CO2. Enhance the communicative skills thorough critical analysis of various literary pieces.
CO3. Develop skills in forming ideas through creative writing.
CO4. Trace and familiarize the country’s identity.
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COURSE CODE : Engl 22


COURSE TITLE : Structure in English Language

PRE-REQUISITE : None
CO-REQUISITE : None
CREDIT UNIT(S) : Three (3)
CLASS SCHEDULE : 3 hrs. per week meeting

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is basic course on developing student’s ability to use the meta-language of grammar with ease to explain the form, meaning and
use of the elements of grammar. As a fundamental subject relating to our affecting the underlying principles of grammar. It also
provides discussions and a brief introduction of the world languages and a historical of the development of the English language.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES


CO1. To know and understand the development of the English language among the world languages.
CO2. TO know and understand the development of the English language as one of the most taught foreign language and used as the
language of technology and diplomacy.
CO3. To develop the ability to sue the meta-language of grammar with ease and explain the form, meaning, and use of the elements of
grammar.
CO4. To show awareness of the importance of learning the English language, its development and underlying principles and structures of
grammar.
CO5. To admire the role of English among the world language.