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COURSE SYLLABUS Revision: 1
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Ling M 214
ANGLO-AMERICAN LITERATURE
1st Semester, AY 2017-2018

Department/area : College of Arts and Sciences


Curriculum : AB English II
No. of Hours / Term : 54
Credit units : 3
Prerequisite : 2nd Year Standing

Vision of the University: A premier multidisciplinary-technological university.

Mission of the University: The University shall primarily provide advanced professional and technical instruction for special purposes, advanced studies in industrial trade,
agriculture, fishery, forestry, aeronautics and land – based programs, arts and sciences, health sciences, information technology and other relevant fields of study. It shall also
undertake research and extension services and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

Goals of the University: The University shall produce scientifically and technologically oriented human capital equipped with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitude. It shall
likewise pursue relevant research, strengthen linkage with the industry, community and other institutions and maintain sustainable technology for the preservation of the
environment.

Outcomes of the University:


1. Relevant, effective and quality education for sustainable growth
2. Access to quality education for the under privileged students
3. Relevant research for economic, environmental and sustainable development
4. Expended community engagement
5. Effective and efficient management of resources
Program Outcomes:

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 quantitative development and technological advancement competencies Page 2 of 5 pages
 biological and physical scientific knowledge and competencies toward scientificity in attitudes
 linguistic, literary, and communicative cognition and competence in both speech and writing in English, Filipino, and Foreign languages
 sociological, philosophical, behavioral kinesthetic and aesthetic knowledge and competence to preserve Filipino culture for global participation.

Course description: This course is a survey of English and American literature from its known beginnings to the early part of the twentieth century. It approaches to the study
of the literatures of the English and American people through critical theory and historicism, giving the English major and analytical eye for literary study. By exposing students
to a representative body of works of the major writers, this course attempts to show how these writings reflect not only the author’s life and thought, but also the spirit of the
age and ideals of each nation’s history tracing the evolution of literary traditions of the English speaking world from the oral to the writer’s genre.

General Objectives:
1. familiarize with representative masterworks from the different periods of Anglo-American literary history;
2. gain insights into the moral, philosophical and social values embodied in the works of English and American authors;
3. be acquainted with the various literary forms in both English and American Literature;
4. differentiate stylistic trends through the various periods of English and American literary history;
5. gain comprehensive understanding of the subjects and themes of England’s and America’s greatest authors;
6. appreciate the works of English and American writers on an aesthetic level;
7. recognize moral, philosophical and socio-political values in the representative works;
8. relate these values with one’s own and that of the community’s;
9. write a reading plan to include other works that have been discussed in the class; and
10. write reader-response essays on selected literary works.

Course content:

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2. Acquaint with the course course content and
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3. Give an overview of the
importance of the study of Student
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1.Recall literary concepts Practical work
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discussed in previous Review of the Literary 12
Involvement Presentation Language in Page 3 of 5 pages
literature subjects Concepts
Development;
2. Enumerate the
Coleman, Hywel:
importance of pre-reading Role Play Exercises/Activ 2010
activities in literature ity Sheets
reading Old English Literature:
3. Trace the historical Lecture/Discussion Beowulf
background of England Objective Test
from its beginnings to the
time of Beowulf’s writing.
4. Relate the literature to
one’s life

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PRELIM

Identify characteristics of
the period
Objective Test Lecture/Discussion Puritan Period and Age of
Differentiate literary
Classicism: Activity Sheets The English
processes created during
John Milton: On His Language in
the period with that of the
Blindness Development;
early beginnings
Robert Herrick: To the Coleman, Hywel:
Relate how events of each
Virgins, to Make Much of 2010
literary period contributed
Time
to the literary pieces written
Recall tone and voice in
Romantic Age in English 12
poetry Role Play Group Dynamics Literature:
Identify the persona of each
Thomas Gray: The Elegy Audio-Video
representative poems
Written in a Country Materials
Draw realizations on the
Churchyard
universality of the themes
William Blake: The
presented in the selections
Lamb/the Tiger
read
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
Write a critical essay
Ode to the West Wind
John Keats: Ode on a

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Robert Browning: My Last Page 4 of 5 pages
Duchess
Elizabeth Barrett Browning:
Sonnets from the
Portuguese
Midterm 2

Trace the historical events


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that transpired during the Walt Whitman: A Song of Donna, Sylvie.
Chalkboard, DLP,
period materials projects, Lecture, group Myself
Teach Business
Write a reflective essay on paper and pen tests projects, lesson chart paper
the literary works of the lottery, mini- English. 2000
The Civil War/ The Expansion
famous writers of this era lessons
Emily Dickinson: Poems
SEMI-FINAL 2
Relate the historical
background of America
during this period in history
Describe how events of
each literary period Objective Test Graded Industrial America Video Presentations
contributed to the literary Curriculum Carl Sandburg: Chicago Hall, Joan Khelly.
pieces written Graded Curriculum Design making Teaching and
Analyze characters/the Design Buzz Session The Twentieth Century Researching:
persona in the literary forms Role Play Robert Frost: Nothing Gold Demonstrations Language and
Compare and contrast Graded Role Play Simulation Can Stay, The Road Not Culture. 2011
literary works of one writer Taken .
Design creative outputs
from one of the selections E.E. Cummings: Somewhere I
in this unit have never been before

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Course Requirements: INS Form 1
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A. Library research outputs C. Demonstration teaching F. Short examinations Revision: 1
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B. Observation sheets/actual classroom D. Quizzes
observations E. Long examinations

Evaluation procedures: (Approved grading system applicable to the course/program)


Please by guided of the following standard procedure for evaluation of the university:
Grading system: for ACADEMIC or PROFESSIONAL subjects
A. Collegiate grade limits:
For mid-term and final term, the lowest grade is 65, equivalent to 5.0 in the point scale; the highest grade is 95, equivalent to 1.0.
B. Transmutation of raw scores to ratings:
The highest grade of 95 or 1.0 is equivalent to the highest possible score (the perfect score) and the lowest passing grade of 75 or 3.0 is equivalent to
50 per cent of the perfect score. Scores less than 50 per cent of the highest possible score belong to conditional failures with grades of 3.1 to 4.0, and
failures with grades of 4.1 to 5.0. A score of zero (0) is equivalent to 5.0.
References/Books:

Coleman, Hywel. The English Language in Development. 2010


Donna, Sylvie. Teach Business English. 2000
Hall, Joan Khelly. Teaching and Researching: Language and Culture. 2011
Holmes, Janet. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. 2008
Tiersma, Peter M. Legal Language. 1999

Prepared by:

MARNEH JOHN R. LUCEÑARA


Instructor
Date Submitted: July 10, 2017
Upon Recommendation by the Committee:

LUISCEL TEOFI E. CABICO Ma. Ed. JEAN F. PUERTO, Dev.Ed.D


Chairman, Languages, Literature, Communication Department Dean, College of Education Arts & Sciences

APPROVED:

JUANITA P. PINOTE, Ch. E., Ed. D.


Campus Director

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