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COLEGIO DE DAGUPAN

Arellano Street, Dagupan City


School of Arts, Sciences and Teacher Education

FOR OBE COURSES

COURSE SYLLABUS
First Semester, School Year 2014-2015

Vision
The school of arts sciences and teacher education envisions to become the leading school in providing quality and relevant education and shall be a
major global supplier of competent leaders and morally upright professionals
Mission
The school of arts, sciences and teacher education shall provide quality education through instruction, research and extension in its quest for global
excellence
School of Teacher Education Objectives/Goals
1. To provide sufficient and relevant knowledge and skills so that our graduates are able to
meet the moral and legal standards of the profession
2. To develop awareness and acceptance of the relevance of becoming committed and
dedicated educators
3. To develop research oriented attitude in order to contribute to local, regional, national and
international development in the field of education
4. To actualize aspirations by serving the community through extension services

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Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives of


Bachelor of Science in Education and Bachelor of Elementary Education
Program Outcomes

1 Demonstrate a high level of literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking and learning skills
2 Demonstrate the professional and ethical standards for teaching practice
3 Demonstrate a wide range of teaching practice skills such as designing relevant tasks, lesson planning, teaching
strategies, constructing multi-sensory instructional materials and heavy emphasis on the use of formative assessment
in tracking learners progress
4 Manifest Moral Values in Teaching
5 Apply Current/ Relevant Theories required by diverse learning environment
6 Practice effective 21st Century Skills (communication, innovation, use of technology and lifelong learning
7 Engage in developing new strategies in response to the continually changing community demands of learning through
research and community services
8 Actively Participate in program/action researches with the aim to alleviate social conditions
9 Exhibit high-standard outputs in the community
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COURSE INFORMATION

Course Name
Course Code
Course Credit

: World Literature
:
: 3 units

Contact Hours

: 1 hour per unit (3 hours)

Pre-Requisite
Co-Requisites
Date of
Implementation
Setting

: None
: None
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: Classroom

Course Description:
This course pursues to study the cultural and intellectual richness of literature in the Philippines. This course is a study of literary genres as
represented by selected literary pieces at different periods in Philippine literary history. As Students are exposed to the different Philippine
Literary pieces they will able to analyse the different elements of literature, use different literary criticism approach and create their own
literary piece.
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Course Objective and relationship to Program Outcomes of Students enrolled in Philippine Literature
Course Outcomes

Program Outcomes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 No. of POs

At the end of the course the students must be able to:


(a)
develop appreciation and cognizance of various
literatures of the World particularly its culture and core
values
(b)
classify and differentiate several World literary genre
and recognize the social, cultural and political
environments in the different periods of World history
that influenced the countrys literature
(c)
identify the different elements and literary devices of
prose and poetry in world literary pieces
(d)
compose their own literary piece on prose and poetry
(e)
share insights and reflections utilizing various literary
criticism approach towards contemporary world
literature
(f)
perform a short play and watch films to evaluate the
visual
II.

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS
1.

Hand-Outs
Title/Topic

Term

World Classical Literature

2. In-House Activities
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Prelim, Midterm,
Semi-Finals or
Finals

Approximate Number of
Pages
25 pages
Use Font Arial
Size 12 single
spacing

Name of Company/Title of Seminar


Film Festival
III.

Location/Venue

Target Date

Cost to Students

LEARNING PLAN
Topic

Time Allotment

The PVMO of the Institution

0.5 hour

Introduction and
Presentation of the course
objectives, course outline and
requirements

1.0 hour

I. Brief Introduction to Literature


a) Meaning
b) Purpose
c) Figures of Speech
d) Considerations in studying
literature
1. Subject
2. Form &
Structure

3.0 hours

Intended Learning
Outcomes
At the end of each
chapter, the
students:
have an
internalization on the
alignment of the
institutions PVMO
with the course
objectives and
learning expectation
for the course;
have a brief preview
on the overall course
content; identify the
flow and chronology
of topics to be
discussed for the
whole term;
define Literature and
express in their own
words the
importance of
Literature;
identify the different
elements and literary
devices of prose and
poetry

Methodology and
Strategy/ Students
Learning Experience

Assessment/Evaluation
Tools

Resources/Materials

Literary Analysis of
the PVMO
Open Forum
Past-Reflection
Present-Action
Future-Projection

Write down personal


goals and make a
connection with the
Colleges PVMO

Students Journal

Instructors
discussion of the
course content,
course requirement
and class rules and
policies

Printed copy of the


course outline

Discussion of the
Elements of
Literature

Each student will have a


copy of the course
outline also containing
the references, the
course requirements, and
the class rules and
policies.
Recitation: Evaluation of
Reality and Life -Without
Literature

Analogy of subjects
discussed

Group- Board Work:


Conceptual Mapping

Powerpoint
Presentation
LCD Projector

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Laptop

3. Point of View
II. Approaches to Literature
a) Literature and History

7.5 hours

A Library on World Classics


by Edouard J. Maurick
The
Eleven
Laureates

Nobel

b) Different Literary Genres


c)Literary Criticism

illustrate the
Lecture
relationship of
Literature and
Flow Chart
History; share
insights and
Group Discussion
reflections utilizing
various literary
criticism approach
towards World
Literary compositions

Recitation on Mauricks
Essay
Long Quiz on Literary
Genres and Literary
Criticism

PRELIMS

III. World Classical Literature of 9 hours


the Orient
a.) Knowledge of the Orient by
Rene Etiemble
b.) In the World of Men by
Chuang Tzu
c.) The Originality of Japanese
Literature Rene Entiemble
d.) Winds by Sei Shonagon

develop appreciation
and deep
understanding of
various literatures of
the Orient

Lecture
Recitation on Etiembles
Create an art work
Essays
which represents the
Orient
Reaction Paper on
Chuang Tzus
Story/Winds by Sei
Shonagon

Laptop
LCD Projector
Edouard Maurick, A
Library on World
Classics, UNESCO
The Courier no.39
(January 1986):5,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
http://teacherweb.co
m/KY/BallardHighSc
hool/LivesayAPELit/
Literary-CriticismOverview.pdf
Laptop
LCD Projector
Rene Entiemble,
Knowledge of the
Orient, UNESCO
The Courier no.39
(January 1986):910, accessed May
20, 2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
Chuang Tzu, In the

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World of Men,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):11,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
Sei Shonagon,
Winds, UNESCO
The Courier no.39
(January 1986):14,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
IV. African Literature
a.) African
Voices
by
Sophie Bessis
b.) The Song of Lawino
by Okot PBitek

7.5 hours

Identify the
motivations of early
African Literature
and its unique
elements

Lecture

FGD on The Song of


Lawino

Laptop
LCD Projector

Debate on the current


issues in African
Literature

Sophie Bessis,
African Voices,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):15,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf

MIDTERMS

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V. Arabian and Scandinavian 7.5 hours


Literature
a.) Tradition and Experiment in
Arabic Letters by Abdellatif
Laabi
b.) The Citadel of Alepo by Ibn
Batutah
c.) Northern Lights: The Writers
of Scandinavia by Jean
Clarence Lambert
d.) The farewell by Par Lagerkvist

develop appreciation
and deep
understanding of
various literatures of
the Scandinavia and
Arabia

Round Table
Discussion

Quiz
Role Play

Okot PBitek, The


Song of Lawino,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):16,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
Abdellatif Laabi,
Tradition and
Experiment in
Arabic Letters,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):17,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
Ibn Batutah, The
Citadel of Alepo,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):19,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf

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Jean Clarence
Lambert, Northern
Lights: The Writers
of Scandinavia,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):20,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
Par Lagerkvist, The
farewell, UNESCO
The Courier no.39
(January 1986):21,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
VI. Latin American Literature

4.5 hours

perform a short play


Lecture

a.) Latin America, a world


apart by Jorge Enrique
Adoum
b.) Gauderios
by
Concolorcovo

Position Paper on Latin


America, a world apart

SEMIS

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Jorge Enrique
Adoum, Latin
America, a world
apart, UNESCO
The Courier no.39
(January 1986):23,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf

Concolorcovo,
Gauderios,
UNESCO The
Courier no.39
(January 1986):26,
accessed May 20,
2015,
http://unesdoc.unes
co.org/images/0006
/000681/068108eo.
pdf
VII.

Western Literature Part A

7.5 hours

a.) King Lear by


Shakespeare
b.) Anna Karenina by Leo
Tolstoy
c.) The Great Gatsby
d.) By Francis Scott
Fitzgerald

describe the social,


cultural and political
environments in the
West when the
novels were written;
identify the different
elements and literary
devices of prose use
in the listed readings

Lecture
Role Play: Anna
Karenina

Essay Writing: I WRITE,


Someone else READ

Shakespeare,
William. King Lear.
London: Penguin
Books, 1994.
Tolstoy, Leo. Anna
Karenina: A Novel in
Eight Parts. London:
Penguin Books,
1994.
Fitzgerald, Francis
Scott. The Great
Gatsby. New York:
C. Scribners Sons,
1953.

VIII.

Western Literature Part B

a.) Lord of the Rings


b.) Hunger Games
c.) Game of Thrones

6.0 hours

identify the different


elements and literary
devices of prose
used in the printed
and film production

Lecture

Group Report

Film Viewing

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Quiz

of the listed readings


FINALS
IV.

GRADING SYSTEM

PG= (CSx2)+PE
3
Where:

MG= [(CSx2)+ME]x2+PG
3

PG= Preliminary Grade


MG= Midterm Grade

V.
A. Books

TFG= CS+SFE+FE
3

TFG= Temporary Final Grade


FG= Final Grade

FG=(TFGx2)+MG
3

CS= Class Standing


PE= Preliminary Exam

ME=Midterm Exam
SFE= Semi Final Exam

REFERENCES

Shakespeare, William. King Lear. London: Penguin Books, 1994.


Tolstoy, Leo. Anna Karenina: A Novel in Eight Parts. London: Penguin Books, 1994.
Fitzgerald, Francis Scott. The Great Gatsby. New York: C. Scribners Sons, 1953.
B. Websites
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0006/000681/068108eo.pdf
http://teacherweb.com/KY/BallardHighSchool/LivesayAPELit/Literary-Criticism-Overview.pdf
Prepared by:

Noted by:

VIRGINIA U. LALAS
Faculty

JULINDA S. NARVASA,
MDM
Dean

Recommending Approval
DR. REYNALD JAY F.
HIDALGO
Director for Academic Affairs

Date Prepared : June 1, 2015


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Approved by:
DR. FELIZA ARZADON-SUA
Vice President for Academic
Affairs