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Course Outline in Structure of English

Summer Class 2019

Course No. Eng 101


Course Title: Structure of English
Course Description: This subject is an embodiment of two indispensable discourses: the
English structure and English grammar. Each discourse has several sub-
topics beginning from the most fundamental up to complex. With the
emphasis on the Conventions of Grammar, practical applications will be
given every after the discussion of each chapter.

Course objectives: By the end of the semester, the students are expected to:

1. become aware of the nature and functions of the language;


2. realize the importance of knowing the English structures;
3. familiarize themselves with the rules of grammar and conventions;
4. familiarize themselves with the various systems and subsystems of the
English language; and
5. deduced teaching implications and strategies in L2 learning from
English phonology, morphology, and syntax in L2 learning.

Facilitator: DR. BELEN B. PILI

Degree sought: MAED-English

Consultation Time: 7:00-10:30 (SAT & SUN)

I. LEVELING OF EXPECTATIONS g. Word Formation


A. Classroom Policies C. Phrases
B. Language Diagnosis (Self-Intro) a. In General
b. Classification
II. INTRODUCTION TO THE c. Uses
COURSE d. Phrase structure rules
A. Language preview: Nature, D. Clauses
characteristics, and Functions a. In General
B. Importance of the Language b. Kinds of Clause
C. The scope of Grammar and its c. Restrictive and Non-Restrictive
importance Clause
D. Usage E. Sentence
a. In General
III. STRUCTURING OF WORDS b. Kinds of Sentence
A. Introduction: Language c. Sentence Fragments
Stratification d. Word Order in Sentence
B. Words e. Subject and Predicate
a. In General f. Kinds of Subject and Predicate
b. Words as Symbols g. Fused Sentence
c. Classification of Words h. Sentences and Punctuation
d. Formal and Informal Usage Marks
e. Redundancy F. Paragraph
f. Word Order a. In General
b. Uses of Paragraph b. Kinds of Conjunction
c. Basic Principles in Structuring c. Conjunctions and
Paragraph Punctuation Marks
d. Paragraph and Other Mechanics d. Specific Conjunctives
F. Interjections
-PRACTICAL APPLICATION a. In General
Make a lesson plan for any topics under b. Uses of Interjection
Structuring of Words. (2 LP’s-Detailed c. Kinds of Interjection
and Semi-Detailed) d. Interjection in Connection
with the other Punctuation
Marks
…..Mid-Term Examination…. G. Prepositions
a. In General
b. Kinds of Preposition
IV. PARTS OF SPEECH c. Prepositional Phrases
A. Nouns d. Position of Prepositions
a. In General e. Words with Multiple Uses
b. Classifications of Noun f. When Prepositions not Used
c. Formation of Nouns g. Prepositions and Punctuation
d. Uses of Noun Marks
e. Cases of Noun H. Pronouns
f. Number of Nouns a. In General
g. Formation of Possessive of b. Classifications of Pronoun
Nouns c. Uses of Pronoun
h. Gender d. Pronouns and Cases
i. Positions of Noun e. Agreement
B. Verbs f. Common Errors in Use of
a. In General Pronouns
b. Functions of Verb
c. Parts of Verb -PRACTICAL APPLICATION
d. Verbals Devising a Module for Elem/High School
e. Classifications of Verb Students/Pupils (Any four among the sub-
f. Inflection topics of Parts of Speech)
g. Voice
h. Forms of Verb V. SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT
i. Tenses of the Verb
C. Adjectives VI. PUNCTUATION MARKS
a. Kinds of Adjective A. Ampersand
b. Formation of Adjectives B. Apostrophe
c. Position of Adjectives in a C. Braces, Brackets, and Parenthesis
Sentence D. Colon and Semicolon
d. Comparison of Adjectives E. Comma
e. Articles F. Dash, slash, and Hyphen
D. Adverbs G. Period
a. Kinds of Adverb H. Exclamation point
b. Words with Dual Uses
c. Comparison
d. Position of Adverbs -PRACTICAL APPLICATION (Any of
E. Conjunction the two choices)
a. In General
1. Text Analysis ( Jaime Jesus 60 % Class Standing
Borlagdan’s Poems) 20% ---quiz/ long quiz
 An Surat 20%---- participation
20%----project
 An Astronomo 40% Periodical Examinations
 An Ulalo 100% Total
2. Text Analysis (Justiniano Nuyda’s
Anti-Cristo: Sarzuelang Bicol) Final Grade= 1/3 (MG)+ 2/3 (FG)

…..Final-Term Examination…..
COURSE BIBLIOGRAPHY
COURSE REQUIREMENTS

1. Shall take two sets of examinations 1. Cruz, J. I. et al. (2001) Fundamentals of


(Midterm and Final Examination) English Grammar. 856 Nicanor Reyes, Sr.
2. Participate actively in class and St., Recto Avenue, Manila: Rex Bookstore,
related outdoor activities Inc.
3. Al least 85% attendance of the total
number of hours allotted for the
course Prepared by:
4. Notebook/ Quiz Notebook
5. Learning Exercises DR. BELEN B. PILI
6. Lesson Plan and Learning Modules Professor
7. Text Analysis

COURSE GRADING SYSTEM


Course Outline in Public Speaking
Summer Class 2019

Course No. Eng 216


Course Title: Public Speaking
Course Description: The public speaking course requires you to both know content and be able
to perform a skill well. You will learn important principles of public
speaking, but simply knowing these principles is insufficient; you must
also be able to apply them well. By the same token, you might be able to
get through a speech without saying “um”, but if the content of the speech
is bad, it is not a good speech. The best public speakers not only speak
smoothly, they also say important and interesting things.

Course objectives: By the end of the semester, the students are expected to:

1. organize and deliver effective informative and persuasive speeches


applying the principles of public speaking;
2. utilize effective research skills using traditional and electronic
resources; and
3. analyze public discourse.

Facilitator: DR. BELEN B. PILI

Degree sought: MAED-English

Consultation Time: 2:00-5:30 (SAT & SUN)

I. LEVELING OF EXPECTATIONS  Why Listening is Difficult


A. Classroom Policies  Stages of Listening
B. Language Diagnosis (Self-Intro)  Listening Critically
VI. Audience Analysis
II. INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE  Why conduct an Audience Analysis?
 Why Public Speaking Matters Today?  Three Types of Audience Analysis
 Why is Public Speaking Important?  Conducting Audience Analysis
 The Process of Public Speaking  Using your Audience Analysis
VII. Finding a Purpose and Selecting a Topic
III. Ethics Matters: Understanding the Ethics  General Purposes of Speaking
of Public Speaking  Selecting a Topic
 The Ethics Pyramid  What if you draw a blank?
 Ethics in Public Speaking  Specific Purposes
 Free Speech  Conclusion
IV. Speaking Confidently VIII. Researching your Topic
 What is Communication Apprehension?  What is Research?
 All Anxiety is Not the Same: Sources of  Developing a Research Strategy
Communication Apprehension  Citing Sources
 Reducing Communication Apprehension IX. Supporting Ideas and Building
 Coping with the Unexpected Arguments
V. The Importance of Listening  Using Research as Support
 Listening vs Hearing  Exploring Types of Support
 Listening Styles
 Using Support and Creating Arguments  Organizing Persuasive Speeches
XIX. Speaking to Entertain
PRACTICAL APPLICATION (TBA)  Understanding Entertaining Speeches
 Special-Occasion Speeches
…..Mid-Term Examination….  Keynote Speaking

X. Introductions Matter: How to Begin a -PRACTICAL APPLICATION (TBA)


Speech Effectively
 The Importance of an Introduction …..Final-Term Examination…..
 The Attention-Getter: The First Step of
an Introduction COURSE REQUIREMENTS
 Putting it Together: Steps to Complete
Your Introduction 1. Shall take two sets of examinations
(Midterm and Final Examination)
 Analyzing an Introduction
2. Participate actively in class and
XI. Creating a Body of a Speech related outdoor activities
 Determining your Main Ideas 3. Al least 85% attendance of the total
 Using Common Organizing Patterns number of hours allotted for the
 Keeping your speech Moving course
 Analyzing a Speech Body 4. Notebook/ Quiz Notebook
XII. Concluding Power 5. Learning Exercises
 Why Conclusions Matter?
 Steps of a Conclusion COURSE GRADING SYSTEM
 Analyzing a Conclusion 60 % Class Standing
XIII. Outlining 20% ---quiz/ long quiz
 Why Outline 20%---- participation
 Types of Outlines 20%----project
40% Periodical Examinations
 Using Outlining for Success
100% Total
XIV. The Importance of Language
 Oral versus Written Language Final Grade= 1/3 (MG)+ 2/3 (FG)
 Using Language Effectively
 Six Elements of Language
XV. Delivering the Speech COURSE BIBLIOGRAPHY
 Four Methods of Delivery
 Speaking Contexts That Affect Delivery Fundamentals of Public Speaking. (Practice and
 Using Notes Effectively Ethics v. 1.0
 Practicing for Successful Speech
Delivery
XVI. Presentation Aids: Design and Usage Prepared by:
 Functions of Presentations Aids
 Types of Presentation Aids DR. BELEN B. PILI
 Media to Use in Presentations Aids Professor
 Tips for Preparing Presentation Aids
XVII. Informative Speaking
 Informative Speaking Goals
 Types of Informative Speeches
XVIII. Persuasive Speaking
 Persuasion: An Overview
 Types of Persuasive Speeches