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WORKPLAN
STUDY AND THINKING SKILLS
TUTORIAL CLASS
ENGLISH 101
J.H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE- DUMINGAG CAMPUS
DUMINGAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

TARGETED DATE LESSON DESCRIPTION STATUS Signature of


Tutees
WEEK 1 Using the Library Effectively Done

WEEK 2 Skimming and Scanning Done

WEEK 2 Gathering information Done

WEEK 4 Giving and Following Directions Done

WEEK 5 Reading and interpretation of graphic Done


materials

WEEK 6 Drawing inferences (making predictions) Done


Drawing Conclusions

Week 7 Paragraph and Paragraph Development Done


Prepared by

AZUCENA HAYA-HORTILANO
Instructor 1, STE – English

Approved

NANETTE D. BILBAO, Ed. D.


Academic Programs Director
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WORKPLAN
PHILIPPINE LITERATURE
TUTORIAL CLASS
LITERATURE 101
J.H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE- DUMINGAG CAMPUS
DUMINGAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

I. Purpose

This work plan is designed to inform the institution regarding


the activities/undertakings to be done within the semester and the
skills/knowledge/attitude to be learned by the student enrolled in the
course. This is also made to notify the student of what we intend to do, how
we intend to do it and by what date we intend to have it done. The enrolled
student can also track his goals and progress through this.

II. Introduction and Background

This is a three-hour-per-week course designed to train and develop in


the students the skills of effective study habits, communication in the English
language, critical thinking and reasoning, and socially desirable attitude, as
keys to success in college in particular and in life in general.

III. Goals and Objectives

Generally, at the end of the semester, the student must have developed
effective study habits and skills, English communication skills, critical reading,
thinking and writing skills and desirable social attitude.

Specifically, the students should:

1. Organize an effective study and time management system.


2. Write good paragraphs and compositions using the English language.
3. Develop effective reading skills by summarizing, analyzing and evaluating
the reading materials.
4. Know and apply effective listening techniques.
5. Think and reason out critically in reading, speaking and writing situations.
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6. Conduct individual and group research and presentations.


7. Know, appreciate and apply ethical values as desirable ingredients to
success.

Target Lessons

TARGETED LESSON STATUS Strategy Expected


DATE DESCRIPTION Output
WEEK 1 Using the Library Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Reflection
Effectively Activity / Individual Activity

WEEK 2 Skimming and Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Oral


Scanning Activity / Individual Activity Recitation

WEEK 3 Gathering Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Home Reading


information Activity / Individual Activity

WEEK 4 Giving and Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Worksheet


Following Activity / Individual Activity
Directions

WEEK 5 Reading and Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Venn Diagram


interpretation of Activity / Individual Activity
graphic materials

WEEK 6 Drawing inferences Taught Lecture / Interaction/ Group Journal


(making Activity / Individual Activity
predictions)
Drawing
Conclusions

Paragraph and
Paragraph
Development
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Prepared by

AZUCENA HAYA-HORTILANO
Instructor 1, STE- English
Approved by

NANETTE D. BILBAO, Ed.D


Academic Programs Director
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WORKPLAN
MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE
TUTORIAL CLASS
ENGLISH 201
J.H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE- DUMINGAG CAMPUS
DUMINGAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
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TARGETED DATE LESSON DESCRIPTION STATUS Signature of


Tutee
WEEK 1 To be
taught
WEEK 2 To be
taught
WEEK 2 To be
taught
WEEK 4 To be
taught
WEEK 5 To be
taught
WEEK 6 To be
taught
WEEK 7 To be
taught
WEEK 8 To be
taught
WEEK 9 To be
taught
WEEK 10 To be
taught
WEEK 11 To be
taught
WEEK 12 To be
taught
WEEK 13 To be
taught
WEEK 14 To be
taught
WEEK 15 To be
taught
Prepared by

AZUCENA HAYA-HORTILANO
Instructor 1 , STE – English
Approved
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NANETTE D. BILBAO, Ed. D.


Academic Programs Director
WORKPLAN
MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE
TUTORIAL CLASS
ENGLISH 201
J.H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE- DUMINGAG CAMPUS
DUMINGAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

I. Purpose

This work plan is designed to inform the institution regarding


the activities/undertakings to be done within the semester and the
skills/knowledge/attitude to be learned by the student enrolled in the
course. This also made to notify the student of what we intend to do, how
we intend to do it and by what date we intend to have it done. The enrolled
student can also track his goals and progress through this.

II. Introduction and Background

Literature is defined differently by various authors. Some


loosely interpret literature as any printed matter written within a book, a
magazine or a pamphlet. Others define literature as a faithful reproduction
of man’s manifold experiences blended into one harmonious expression.
Because literature deals with ideas, thoughts and emotions of man, it can be
said to be the story of man. Man’s loves, griefs, thoughts, dreams and
aspirations coached in beautiful language is literature.

III. Goals and Objectives

In order to know the history of a nation’s spirit, one must read


its literature. Hence it is, that to understand the real spirit of a nation, one
must “trace the little rills as they course along down the ages, broadening
and deepening into the great ocean of thought which men of the present
source are presently exploring. ”Brother Azurin, said that “literature
expresses the feelings of people to society, to the government, to his
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surroundings, to his fellowmen and to his Divine Creator.” The expression of


one’s feelings, according to him, may be through love, sorrow, happiness,
hatred, anger, pity, contempt, or revenge. We study literature so that we can
better
appreciate our literary heritage. We cannot appreciate something that we
do not understand. Through a study of our literature, we can trace the rich
heritage of ideas handed down to us from our forefathers. Then we can
understand ourselves better and take pride in being a Filipino. Like other
races of the world, we need to understand that we have a great and noble
tradition which can serve as the means to assimilate other cultures.
Through such a study, we will realize our literary limitations conditioned by
certain historical factors and we can take steps to overcome them.
Above all, as Filipinos, who truly love and take pride in our own culture, we
have to manifest our deep concern for our own literature and this we can do
by studying the literature of our country.

IV. Target Lessons

TARGETED LESSON DESCRIPTION STATUS Strategy Expected


DATE Output
WEEK 1 To be taught Lecture Reflection
WEEK 2 To be taught Reporting Oral
Recitation
WEEK 2 To be taught Reporting Home Reading
WEEK 4 To be taught Reporting Journal
WEEK 5 To be taught Lecture Venn Diagram
WEEK 6 To be taught Ppt. Pres Journal
WEEK 7 To be taught Work Learning Log
Sheet
WEEK 8 To be taught Worksheet Reflection
WEEK 9 To be taught Worksheet Reflection
WEEK 10 To be taught Worksheet Completion
WEEK 11 To be taught Worksheet Completion
WEEK 12 To be taught Worksheet Completion
WEEK 13 To be taught Worksheet Completion
WEEK 14 To be taught Worksheet Completion
WEEK 15 To be taught Worksheet Completion
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Prepared by

AZUCENA HAYA-HORTILANO
Instructor 1, STE- English Approved by

NANETTE D. BILBAO, Ed.D


Academic Programs Director