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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE

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LIT 203/303 PHILIPPINE LITERATURE

CREDIT UNITS PRE-REQUISITE(S)

Lec Lab/Fld/Dft

COURSE Yr Level/Sem

Subject Code
English 123

Descriptive Title
Communication Arts II

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is a comprehensive study of Philippine Literature from the beginning of Philippine History to the present. It introduces students to the development of the various literary genres of the Philippines. Through discussion and analysis of various literary genres and elements, this course seeks to enhance students awareness and appreciation of Philippine Literature.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: The course aims to develop among the students appreciation to literary pieces and respect to cultural diversities. No. Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs)
At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:

Teaching Learning Activities (TLAs)

Assessment Tasks (ATs)

Demonstrate critical thinking skills in understanding the breadth and depth of Philippine literature; Recognize the development of the literary genres of the Philippines; Enhance awareness and appreciation of Philippine literature;

Expository discussion

Oral Presentation Graded Recitation Mastery Test Reaction Paper Critiquing Film analysis

Interpretative Reading Story Telling Poetry/Choral Reading Role playing Film Showing

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Develop communicative competence through activities that will enhance both oral and written language skills. 5 Understand that Philippine Literature promotes and preserves worthwhile and universal values of Filipinos

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES COURSE SYLLABUS


Week Prelim Period (Week 1-6) COURSE CONTENT Topics

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No. of hours

Introduction to Literature and Literary Genres Meaning of literature Standards of good literature Forms of Philippine literature Nature of Philippine literature Importance of the study of Philippine literature Two main divisions of literature Four literary genres : Poetry Define poetry Identify and distinguish the different types of poetry Give examples of the types of figure of speech Identify the elements of poetry Poem analysis First poem must be magical Short Story Definition of a short story Elements of a short story Types of Short story Short story analysis The wedding dance Drama Define drama Types of Drama Elements of Drama Read and interpret a drama The three rats Essay Elements of an essay Types of an essay Read and understand an essay : The vital role of English and Filipino

18 hrs.

Prelim Exam

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES COURSE SYLLABUS


Midterm Period (Week 7-12)
Historical Notes on Philippine Literature under the Spanish Regime. Types of Literature during the Spanish period. Verse and Prose of religion Historical background of ancient Philippine Literature. Influences of Foreign countries in Philippine Literature Moro-moro and Balagtasan Corrido and Awit

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18 hrs.

Historical accounts on literature during the propaganda and revolutionary periods. Fraybotod by: Lopez Jaena Cartilla by Emilio Jacinto Jose Rizals Poetry To the Filipino Youth The Song of Maria Clara By Jose Rizal Love of Country By Andres Bonifacio

Midterm Exam Final Period (Week13-17)


Philippine Literature in English from 1900-present Types of Literature developed in 1900s Forms of Literature in the Contemporary Period Rafael Zulueta de Acosta- Like a Molave Jose Garcia Villa Footnote to Youth N V M Gonzales Bread and Salt Carlos Bulosan My Fathers Tragedy Ismael Mallari Pliant Like the Bamboo Severino Montano Sabina Stevan Javellana Without Seeing the Dawn Ashite Masu and Panaghoy sa Suba Final Exam

18 hrs

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES COURSE SYLLABUS


Course References

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Basic Textbook References

Agapay, Ramon B. (2008). Ethics and the Filipino: A Manual of Morals for Students and Educators 2nd Edition

Abelos, A. (2007). Philippine Literature: Rediscovering One Regional Heritage.

Web Based References Grading System

www.literature.org/authors.com www.englishlearner.com www.literature.com Grades are computed using the formula as follows: PG = 0.50PE + 0.50 CSP MG = 1/3PG + 2/3 ( 0.50ME + 0.50CSM) FG = 1/3MG + 2/3( 0.50FE + 0.50CSF) The following are components of the Class Standing whenever applicable :
Where : P - Prelim Grade MG- Midterm Grade FG - Final Grade PE - Prelim Exam ME - Midterm Exam FE - Final Exam CS - Class Standing (e.g. CSP, CSM, CSF for prelim, midterm and final respectively)

Course Policies

The students are required to submit the following at the end of the term: 1. Portfolio of collected literary works and reaction paper for each; and 2. Analysis of the novel, Without Seeing the Dawn by S. Javellana

Prepared by:

Verified by: JOCELYN TOLIO-ARCILLAS

Approved by: JT ARCILLAS/DR. CYNTHIA LLANES Dean/VPAA Date:

Faculty Members Printed Name and Signature Date:

Department Chair Date: