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COURSE NUMBER : ENGLISH 15 CREDIT UNITS : 3

COURSE TITLE : CAMPUS JOURNALISM CONSULTATION HOURS : TUESDAYs and THURSDAYs

COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course introduces the students the activity in collecting, organizing , presenting, writing and editing news stories for newspapers, magazines,
television or radio and published within the institution only.

COURSE OUTCOMES : At the end of the course , the learners will be able to:

1. Gain an opportunity for interesting writing


2. Enhance proficiency in writing and reading news stories
3. Develop qualities of cooperation, tact, accuracy, tolerance, responsibility and leadership
4. Promote effective, self- developed and productive citizenry.

TIME TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOME METHODOLOGY/ RESOURCE ASSESSMENT


STRATEGY

At the end of the course ,


the learners will be able
to:
I. UNDERSTANDING THE 1. Trace the historical Lecture Discussion/ Power  Campus Journalism and Recitation
BACKGROUND AND Background of Campus point Presentation School Advising, Fourth
FIRST WEEK HISTORY OF CAMPUS Journalism Edition, 1997, Ceciliano-
JOURNALISM 2. Identify the duties of Jose Cruz, PNU- DECS
A. History and members of the editorial national Teachers’ Trainer
Introduction of board Group Discussion in Campus Journalism
Campus Journalism 3. Distinguish the functions  Campus Journalism,
B. Scope of Campus of campus paper Ferdinand Bulusan, MAEd Quizzes
SECOND WEEK Journalism 4. Critic the characteristics  Internet
C. Identifying the of magazines and news
Functions and Parts paper
of the campus Paper
D. Differentiating Activities/
magazines from Seatwork
THIRD WEEK News paper

II. IDENTIFYING THE


SECTIONS OR PARTS OF
THE NEWS PAPER 1. Enumerate the
A. Elements of News characteristics of news
FOURTH WEEK B. Types of News Stories 2. Decipher the elements of
C. Writing the Lead news
D. Writing the News Story 3. Apply the technique in
FIFTH WEEK E. Various Types of News writing grammatical-
Structure beginning lead
4. Organize gathered data
into specific news lead
Write –ups

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
SIXTH WEEK III. UNDERSTANDING 1. Identify various types of
TECHNIQUES IN editorial
SEVENTH WEEK EDITORIAL WRITING 2. Distinguish the
A. Characteristicsof an characteristics of editorial
Editorial 3. Compare techniques in
B. Functions of writing editorial
Editorial 4. Defend position on a given
C. Editorial Structure issue

IV. CREATIVITY MATTERS:


WRITING FEATURE 1. Determine the
ARTICLES characteristics of feature
EIGHTH WEEK A. Concepts and stories
Nature of Feature 2. Name the types of feature
Writing stories
B. Characteristics of 3. Differentiate news and
feature stories feature stories
C. Types of Feature 4. Apply techniques in writing
NINTH WEEK Stories feature articles
D. The Effective
Feature Writer
E. Stages in Writing
Feature Story

V. CARTOONING Identify the techniques in


cartooning
TENTH WEEK
ELEVENTH WEEK
SEMI- FINAL EXAMINATION

TWELFTH WEEK VI. SPORTS STORY Identify the the Sports


Lingo being used in wring
sports story

VII. COPY EDITING AND 1. Determine the guidelines in


THIRTEENTH WEEK READING journalistic writing
FOURTEENTH WEEK 2. Demonstrate the use of
delete symbol
3. Apply copyediting marks
4. Convert verbal deadwoods
into concise word –
equivalents

VIII. PHOTOJOURNALISM 1. Identify the techniques in


FIFTEENTH WEEK photojournalism
SIXTEENTH WEEK 2. Apply the techniques in
photojournalism
3. Demonstrate lay outing of
photos in campus paper

SEVENTEENTH WEEK IX. PRINTING AND Produce a sample of Campus paper


EIGHTEENTH WEEK TYPOGRAPHY
Campus
Paper
REQUIRED READING TEXTBOOKS
 Campus Journalism and School Advising, Fourth Edition, 1997, Ceciliano- Jose Cruz, PNU- DECS national Teachers’ Trainer in Campus Journalism
 Campus Journalism, Ferdinand Bulusan, MAEd
GRADING SYSTEM : Averaging

Quizzes 20%
Recitation 15%
Performance 5%
Course Requirement 10%
Attendance/Decorum 5%
Activities 5%
Periodical Examinations 40%
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100%

Prepared by :

LEA C. VILLEGAS
Instructor