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PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION

Board for Professional Teachers


ENGLISH
TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS
Subject/Competency Weight
1. Remedial Instruction in English 1%
1.1 Take into consideration student inadequacies in language and
1%
literature competencies for remediation purposes
2. English for Specific Purposes 2%
2.1 Apply content-based principles and strategies in developing
2%
language proficiency for specific disciplines
3. Language Curriculum for Secondary School 2%
3.1 Exhibit clear understanding of the design, development, and
dissemination of a language curriculum using the secondary 2%
BEC of DepEd
THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 40%
4. Introduction to Linguistics 15%
4.1 Demonstrate understanding of the structural aspect of language,
i.e., phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and 6%
pragmatics
4.2 Apply concepts and principles of language learning, teaching,
teaching, and language use in specific contexts for 6%
language acquisition and learning
4.3 Draw implications of the theories of linguistics,
psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics to language teaching 3%
and learning
5. Structure of English 11%
5.1 Demonstrate the understanding of grammatical concepts by
being able to describe and analyze the form, meaning, and use 11%
of various language structures
6. Introduction to Stylistics 7%
6.1 Use the conceptual framework and schema of linguistics and
7%
literature in understanding literary language
7. Literary Criticism 7%
7.1 Demonstrate understanding of the basic approaches to
problems in critical theory from the classical to modern times 7%
as applied to literary works
LITERATURE 20%
8. Mythology and Folklore 5%
8.1 Use literary concepts in interpreting and analyzing various
5%
literary texts
9. Afro-Asian Literature (including Philippine Literature) 8%
9.1 Identify characteristics, motifs, archetypes, and symbols of
8%
different literary texts
10. English and American Literature 7%
10.1 Identify characteristics, motifs, archetypes, and symbols of
7%
different literary texts
METHODOLOGY 20%
11. The Teaching of Speaking, Listening and Reading 5%
11.1 Demonstrate understanding of the nature of the four language
macro-components (listening, speaking, reading, writing,
10%
including grammar) and the theoretical bases, principles,
methods, and strategies in teaching these components
12. Teaching of Literature 5%
12.1 Apply principles, skills, and strategies gained to literature
5%
instruction
13. Preparation and Evaluation of Instructional Materials 5%
13.1 Apply knowledge of principles and processes involved in
developing and evaluating various types of instructional
materials for language and literature instruction, including the 5%
use of technology for assisting instruction and independent
language learning
14. Language and Literature Assessment 5%
14.1 Use basic concepts in language and literature testing
in assessing language proficiency and achievement and 10%
literary competence
15. Language Research 3%
15.1 Apply principles and approaches in research to find answers to
3%
questions in language and literature teaching and learning
16. Campus Journalism 3%
16.1 Apply principles and strategies in writing the various parts
3%
(e.g. editorial, news, feature story, etc.) of a campus paper
17. Translation and Editing of Text 3%
17.1 Apply the rules of discourse and rhetoric in editing various
kinds of written materials
17.2 Demonstrate understanding of basic theories and concepts in
translation as applied to the writing and editing of various
3%
types of texts
17.3 Apply principles and strategies in translating texts of various
types from English to another language or from another
language to English
18. Speech and Stage Arts 3%
18.1 Demonstrate understanding of the process of oral
communication and the various forms of speech arts from
3%
public speaking and group discussions to debate, oral
interpretation, and dramatics
19. Creative Writing 3%
19.1 Apply theories, concepts and skills in creative writing to
include biographical sketches, fiction, creative non-fiction, and 3%
poetry
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