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COURSE SYLLABUS IN LITERAY CRITICISM


2018 – 2019
Second Semester
COURSE OUTLINE AND TIMEFRAME
Course NameWeek 1 - 18 Literary Criticism
Course Credits 3 Units 1. Analysis of a story
Course Description Literary criticism aims to inculcate
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a play the proper discipline in analyzing a given literary work to attain deeper appreciation of the
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Contact Hours/ Week 3 Hours per Week ( Tuesday 4. and Thursday)
Analysis of Essays/Expositions
Prerequisite none. 5. How to write a book report
Course Objective At the end of the semester 6.
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Desired Learning Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Resource


Course Content/Subject Matter Assessment Task
Time frame
Outcomes References Activities (TLAs Materials
1. Scope of analysis of a
story
2. Elements of the story
3. Suggested story listing
4. Note organizer for the
stories

 Type of story
a. Length of story
b. Language
c. Number of
characters
d. Objective of story
Surface Analysis of a writing Lecture
 General Classification Analysis of short story
Story
a. Non-fiction
Individual activity
b. Fiction Quizzes Power point presentation
 Kind or form of story Method of Literary
Analysis of a Narrative Round table discussion June 16 2018 – July
Development Analysis Oral recitations Laptop
Story a. Personal Anecdote 7, 2018
b. Autobiography Brainstorming
Written examination
c. Biography
d. Fable
e. Fairy tale
f. Legend
g. Myth
h. Novel
i. Parable
j. Play Narrative
k. Poem Narrative
( ballads & epic)
l. Short story
m. tale

Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard July 14 -28, 2018


Identifying Elements 1. Setting
of a story / novel a. Setting in Time
b. Setting in Place
2. Characterization
a. Characters, Defined
b. Classification of
Characters
c. Main Character
Protagonist
Antagonist
Supporting
Character
Victims
3. Point of View
a. First point of view
b. First person
observer
c. Third person
omniscient
4. Plot
a. Definition
b. Classification
( Mystery,
Thriller/Occult,
Action, Romance,
Adventures, Science
Fictions, Comedy,
War Classics)
5. Nature of Conflict
a. General type
(internal/external
conflict)
6. Climax
7. Anticlimax
(Denoument)
8. Ending
9. Main theme
10. Mood or Atmosphere
11. Tone
12. Moral of the Story or
Valuable Human
Experience
13. Literary devices
( Dialogue, Monologue,
Irony, Flashback,
Foreshadowing,
Slapstick, Figures of
Speech)
14. Style

Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard August 4 –


Analysis of a play 1. Play, Defined September 8, 2018
2. Playwright, Defined
3. Dramatization, defined
4. General Classification
 As to fiction or non-
fiction
 As to length
 As to language
 Story development
 As to manner of
Presentation
a. Radio play
b. Stage play
c. Television or Movie
Play
5. Form or Structure or
Script
 Traditional
Form
 Shakespearean
&
Contemporary
Form
6. Staging Presentation
7. Other Related plays
terms

Elements of a Play 1. Setting in time and place


2. Special Kinds of Play
Arrangements
 Trilogy
 Satyr play
3. Main theme and Mood
 Tragedy
September 15 –
 Comedy Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard
October 20, 2018
 Historical Play
 Religious Play
4. Type of Ending
5. Literary Device
 Verse
 Metrical Foot
 Iambic pentameter
Analysis of a Poem 1. General Classification
 Narrative Poetry
 Descriptive poetry
 Lyric poetry
2. Classification as to style
 Standard Kinds of
Poems
Ballads
Bucolic
Chants or mantra
Didactic poem
Eclogue
Elegy
Epic
Folk Song
Haiku
Hymn
Idyll
Limerick
Lyrical poem nursery
rhyme, ode, psalm,
riddle, sonnet
Non- standard kinds of
poem
3. Shape or Structure of a
poem
4. Style
5. Other elements
Analysis of Essays/ 1. Essay
Orations A. Formal essays
(Exposition or expository essays,
essay of opinion, essay of
persuasion, serious biographical
or character sketches, personal
narratives)
b. Informal essays
( Light Biographical or
Character Sketch, Light Personal
Narratives, Reflective essays)
2. Orations
3. Dialogue
4. Colloquial Letters
How to write a book 1. Title of book report
report/review 2. Author
3. Type literature
4. Characterization
5. Setting
6. Title analysis
7. Short summary or
synopsis
8. Plot
9. Conflict, climax,
anticlimax, ending,
literary devices used,
vocabulary, relevance,
theme, ,oral lesson,
comments/reactions
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The International
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Course Name Fundamentals of Rhtyhmic Activities
Numbering (ISBN)
Course Credits 2 Units
Course Description
The International
PE 12 covers the concept of rhythm, fundamental rhythmic activities, dance mixers, local and foreign dances as well as social and ballroom dances.
Contact
System ofHours/
Serial Week 2 Hours per Week (SAT)
Prerequisite
Numbering (ISSN) PE 11
Course Objective At the end of the semester the students are expected : Understand the concept of physical fitness. Perform rhythmic activities.

Grading System Quizzes/Attendance ………………. 20%


Major Exams……………………… 30%
Performance…………………….… 40%
Assignments/ Projects……………... 10%
100%
Prepared by: Reviewed by:
GENA MARIBILLES - OPO ABRAHAM B. CUA, Ed. D.
Instructor Dean
Recommending Approval: Approved by:
LILYBETH A. VILLEGAS ERLINDA C. BAGABOYBOY
Head of College VP of Academic Affairs

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College Department
COURSE SYLLABUS IN PE 11
2018 - 2019
COURSE OUTLINE AND
TIMEFRAME
1. Rhythm
 Elements of Rhythm
.
2. Rhtyhmic Gymnastics
 Ribbons
 Ropes
Week 1 - 18  Balls
 Hoops

3. Local Dances

4. Foreign Dances
5. Ballroom Dances

Course Content/Subject Textbooks/ Assessment Task


Teaching and Learning Resource
Desired Learning Time frame
Matter References Activities (TLAs Materials
Outcomes

1.Rhythm
Understands the
elements of rhythm Elements of Rhythm
 Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard November 10 - 17,
Chalkboard
2018
Performs Rhythmic
gymnastics using 2. Rhythmic Gymnastics
different instruments
 Ribbons November 24, 2018 –
Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard
 Ropes January 19, 2019
 Balls
 Hoops
.
Performs different  Local Dances
local & Social  Fopriegn Dance
dances  Social Dances January 26 – March 23,
Internet Lecture Actual Performance Chalkboard
2019

Grading System Quizzes/Attendance ………………. 20%


Major Exams……………………… 30%
Performance…………………….… 40%
Assignments/ Projects……………... 10%
100%
Prepared by: Reviewed by:
MELANIO V. OPO, JR. ABRAHAM CUA, Ed. D.
Instructor Dean
Recommending Approval: Approved by:
LILYBETH A. VILLEGAS ERLINDA C. BAGABOYBOY
Head of College VP of Academic Affairs