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OUTCOMES-BASED TEACHING AND LEARNING PLAN IN PHILIPPINE LITERATURE


Course Title
Credit Units
Course
Description
Course Intended
Learning
Outcomes

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE
Course Code
PHIL LIT
3
Course Pre-requisites
ENGLONE
This course is Philippine Literature. This course focuses on the study of literary forms or genres as exemplified selected literary
texts from various regions of the Philippines, written at different periods in Philippine history. Students will train in the analysis,
evaluation, and appreciation of Filipino literatures by familiarizing them with the elements, forms, and practices of these genres.
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
1. Read and analyze selections that exemplify the multivalent Filipino experiences and their multi-vocal articulations
2. Understand how the Filipino character is constituted in Philippine literary texts.
3. Appreciate the different types and forms of Filipino literature.
4. Value regional differences and similarities embodied in Philippine literary outpourings.
5. Write a critical response on a Filipino short story, poetry and novel.
6. Transform and extend creatively Philippine literary materials to other artistic expression.

Week
No
1

Course Title
Philippine
Literature

WEEKLY TEACHING AND LEARNING PLAN


Content Standards
Declarative Knowledge
Functional Knowledge
Demonstrate
familiarity with
the nature,
coverage and
requirements of
the course

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Course Orientation
Self-introduction and statement of
expectations
House Rules

Showing willingness to
follow set guidelines for
more efficient learning

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


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VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
the aspects of
literature in
general

Demonstrate
understanding
our traditional
literature
Demonstrate
creativity in
singing traditional
folk songs
Demonstrate
ingenuity and
resourcefulness in
presenting
compiled samples
of traditional
literature

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Literature: Nature, Scope and


Importance
Literary Forms / Classification /
Genre
Literary Elements
Short Story
Poetry
Drama
How to Study, Appreciate, and
Understand Literary Works
Philippine Literary Periods
Philippine Ancient /
Traditional / Oral Literature

Defining and classifying


literature
Comparing the elements
of different literary genre
Determining ways in
appreciating selected
literary works

Familiarizing oneself with


the Philippine traditional
oral literature

Philippine Folklores
Philippine Mythology and Mythical
Creatures

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Cordillera Administrative
Region (CAR)
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:

Dadang-ay (poetry)
Ibaloy origin myths
Hudhud Hi Aliguyon
The Wedding Dance by
Amador T. Daguio
Tanabatas Wife by Sinai
Hamada
Region 1: Ilocos Region
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Pamulinawen
Biag ni Lam-ang
How my Brother Leon
Brought Home a Wife by
Manuel E. Arguilla
Tong by F. Sionil Jose
6

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe CAR and Region
1
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Region 2: Cagayan Valley


Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In Focus:
Gaddang
Legend of the Magat River
Biuag at Malana
The Giantess and the Three
Children, retold by Ma. Luisa
B. Aguilar Cario
The Return OR The
Charmers Box (Poetry) by
Edith L. Tiempo
Sierra Madre - Coritha
Region 3: Central Luzon
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In Focus:
Kapampangan Proverbs
Atin Cu Pung Singsing
Florante at Laura by
Francisco Balagtas
Faith, Love, Time and Dr.
Lazaro by Gregorio C.

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 2 and
Region 3
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Brillantes
Si Ama by Edgardo M. Reyes
Virgilio Almario
Region 4 Southern Tagalog
Region 4A: CALABARZON
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In Focus:
The Legend of Maria Makiling
The True Decalogue by
Apolinario Mabini
To The Filipino Youth by Jose
Rizal
The Small Key by Paz M.
Latorena
Macarios Noche Buena by
Tarcila Malabanan Katigbak
Bienvenido Lumbera

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 4
Naming provinces and
their capitals that are
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Region 4B: MIMAROPA


Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In Focus:
Ambahan Mangyan poetry
The Bread of Salt OR The

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Happiest Boy in the World by


N V M Gonzales
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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Region 5: Bicol Region


Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In Focus:
Ibalon
Pamulinawen
The Legend of Mayon
Volcano
Anti-Cristo by Justino Nuyda
Early Harvest OR The Day
the Dancers Came by
Bienvenido N. Santos
Merlinda Carullo Bobis
Region 6: Western Visayas
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Hinilawod
Tungkung-langit and
Alunsina
Fall of Polobulac

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 5 and
Region 6
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Tohng and His Two Wives


Ang Ermita sa Baryo by
Magdalena Jalandoni
Region 7: Central Visayas
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Sicalac at Sicavay Visayan
Creation Myth
Usahay/ Matud Nila
/Baleleng
Letter to Pedro, US Citizen,
Also Called Pete by Rene
Estrella Amper
Edilberto Tiempo
Magnificence by Estrella
Alfon
Region 8: Eastern Visayas
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Waray poems
An Balud
Mga Bukad Ha Mayo
Dandansoy

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 7 and
Region 8
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

The Least Miracle by Carlos


A. Angeles
Bumangon Ka Pepe by
Iluminado Lucente
Region 9: Zamboanga Peninsula
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
The Widows Son
The White Horse of Alih by E
A Enriquez
Ordinary Song Marc
Velasco
Region 10: Northern Mindanao
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
How Cagayan de Oro Got its
Name
Pamuwa sa Bata Poetry
Oyayi
The Origin of Birds Folklore
Welu and Binsey
Emmanuel Lacaba

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 9 and
Region 10
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Region 11: Davao


Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Bogobo riddles
Su Punan Nu Davao
Legend
Nanking Store by Macario Tiu
Pigpen by Leoncio Deriada
Region 12: Soccsksargen
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
Indirapatra at Sulayman
Monki, Makil, and the
Monkeys
Ulahingan
Christine Godinez - Ortega
Region 13: CARAGA Region
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 11 and
Region 12
Naming provinces and
their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describe Region 11 and
Region 14

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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Course Title
Philippine
Literature

familiarity and
recall with the
constituent
provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read

Distinguished Literary Writers and


their Works
In focus:
Manobo riddles
Tulalang
Welu and Binsey
Tuwaang Attends a Wedding
Manobo epic
Florante A. More

Demonstrate
understanding of
regional heritage
Demonstrate
familiarity and
recall with the
constituent

National Capital Region (NCR)


Cities /Municipalities and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Region 14: Autonomous Region


of Muslim Mindanao
Provinces and Capitals
Regional Characteristics and
Identity
Distinguished Literary Writers and
their Works
In focus:
How the Angels Built Lake
Lanao Maranao epic
Bidasari
Pilandok
Kerima Polotan - Tuvera

Naming provinces and


their capitals that form
part of said regions
Citing representative
literary works from both
regions
Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Outlining characteristics
that distinctively
describes NCR
Naming cities and
municipalities that form
part of Greater Manila
Citing representative

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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provinces, and
their capitals, of
the region
Demonstrate
organization in
presenting
researched data
on outstanding
writers for each
region
Demonstrate
appreciation and
understanding of
literary works
read
Demonstrate
respect and
admiration to
Filipino writers

May Day Eve by Nick Joaquin


Footnote to Youth by Jose
Garcia Villa
Apartment sa Dapitan by
Michael Francis C. Andrada
Ang Kwento ni Mabuti by
Genoveva Edroza Matute

The Palanca Awards for Literature


The National Artist of the
Philippines Award for Literature

literary works from NCR


Applying the learned
literary elements in
analyzing representative
literary works
Discovering the role and
impact of literary texts in
portraying Filipino image
and character to its
people and the global
community

Learning the standards


every writer must meet
to qualify for national
recognition
Enumerating awardwinning artists in the
country

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REFERENCES:
Basic Readings
Extended Readings

Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Devilles, Gary., Pasakalye : Isang Paglalayag sa Kasaysayan ng Panitikang Filipino., Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila
Univesity Press, c2014.
Lacia, Ferdilyn C., Lydia L. Libunao, Ed.D. et al., The Literatures of the Philippines. Manila: Rex Book Store, 2010
Lumbera, Bienvenido L. Filipinos Writing: Philippine Literature from the Regions. Quezon City: Anvil Publishing, 2001

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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__________. Mga Kaalamang-bayan ng Cordillera : is-istorya shi Tubday, is-istolya id Sagada, a-apoh ad Ifugao (May
kaukulang salin sa Filipino). San Miguel, Maynila, Metro Manila : Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino, 2013
Abad, Gemino H., The Likhaan Anthology of Philippine Literature in English from 1900 to the Present. Diliman, Quezon
City: The University of the Philippines Press, 2011
Almario, Virgilio S. Mga Lektura sa Panitikang Popular., San Miguel, Maynila, Metro Manila: Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino;
Intramuros, Manila: Pambansang Komisyon para sa Kultura at mga Sining, 2013
Gutierrez- Ang, Jaime., Literature 101 : Philippine Literatures : A Course Reader, Manila : Mindshapers Co., 2012
Nierva, Victor Dennis T., Antisipasyon Asin Iba Pang Mga Rawitdawit sa Bikol Asin Ingles (Anticipation And Other Poems in
Bikol and English) Naga City, Pilipinas : Ateneo de Naga University Press, 2012
COMPETENCIES IN PHILIPPINE LITERATURE:
Identification of the geographic, linguistic, and ethnic dimensions of Philippine literary history
Familiarization with representative texts and authors from each region
Appreciation of the contributions of the canonical Filipino writers to the development of national literature
Promotion of reading, oral and written communication skills
Enhancement of analytical skills on the various literary genre, figures of speech, and other literary techniques and devices
Collaboration and social Interaction with peers
Creativity
VALUES INTEGRATION:
Multi-disciplinary approach towards work should enhance the students in striving their best to achieve the
completion of their work, specifically in Literary Analysis and Appreciation which will provide them an insight of the Filipino character and
instill pride of their own history and heritage, and thus prepare them to confidently deal with the world.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
1. Language of Instruction ENGLISH, FILIPINO, and local DIALECTS will be allowed in the classroom, depending on the literary work
discussed.
2. Attendance Students are required to be in the classroom on or before time. They are allowed fifteen (15) minutes grace period for
this 1.5 hours per meeting class, in which they will be marked late. Three (3) late marks is equivalent to one (1) absent. On the
16th minute and onwards, students will be marked absent. They will be marked FDA should they incur 9 unexcused absences, or
20% of the required attendance.
3. Assignments, reports, papers To be submitted on or before the deadline. Late submissions will be marked zero.
Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


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VP Academic Affairs

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4. Class standing At least 75% in all activities, either written or oral, individual or in group
5. Honor, Dress, Grooming Code Students are expected to come to class prepared at all times.
They should always wear the complete school uniform and their IDs
Earrings are prohibited for male students; hair dyeing is neither allowed.

Course Title
Philippine
Literature

Term of Effectivity / AY
1st Semester, 20162017

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Ms. Marcia Roliza M. del


Mundo, MA
Subject Facilitator

Ms. Marisa C.
Narvas
Coordinator - GE

Ms. Ma. Socorro D.


Sia
VP Academic Affairs

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