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ENGL 11 TASK SHEET

1ST SEM 2019-2020


DR. MARIA LUZ ELENA “LEN” N. CANILAO

Date Task Instructions


Aug 28, W Sharing: “Languages I use” For Aug 28, W:
*Prepare your assignment on the languages you use for different
purposes. (Assignment given on the first day of classes)
Aug 30, F Discussion: For Aug 30, F:
Language, Learning, Identity, *Read “Language, Learning, Identity, Privilege” by James Soriano
Privilege – James Soriano for this session. In your notebook/e-notebook, list down your
thoughts about the article (in paragraph form or bullet points)
based on the following questions.
*2 hearts (40 points)
Guide Questions:
1. What is the main thesis or main point of the author?
2. Do you have similar/contrasting views or experiences? Discuss
your views.
Sept 2, 4, & 6, Class activities based on the For Sept 2, M:
MWF following: 1. Watch Mikey Bustos’ video.
 Video: Mikey Bustos’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqlFT8zT8V8
Tutorial on Pinoy English 2. Read “For a While” by Matthew Sutherland and “The King’s
 For a While by Matthew English and I” by Carla Montemayor.
Sutherland (ADMU PC book) *3 hearts (60 points)
 The King’s English and I by In your notebook/e-notebook, write a one-paragraph summary of
Carla Montemayor (ADMU the video and a one-paragraph summary of each text. Discuss the
PC book) insights you have gained after watching the video and reading the
texts (in sentences or paragraphs). Prepare for graded activities
Lecture on Language and based on your assignments. Bring pad paper (whole sheets) for
Language Varieties the graded activities.
Sept 9, 11, & Mini-task: 6 groups Sept 9, M: INDIVIDUAL WORK- LIBRARY WORK (no class session)
13, MWF Multimodal/Oral *6 hearts – 120 points
Presentation (video, 1. Gather data about distinct features of verbal and non-verbal
Sept 9 – infograph, etc) practices in the following regions (1 country per region):
individual on various cultural and a. Africa & Asia
work intercultural modes of b. Australasia
communication (e.g. c. North & South America
Sept 11 & 13- words/gestures used in a d. Europe
group particular region or country to 2. Download the data and keep them in your
preparations show respect) cellphones/tablets/laptops (screenshots allowed) and/or indicate
your notes in your notebook/e-notebook.
Sept 16 & 18,
MW – group Sept 16 & 18: (15 minute group presentations)
presentations Teams 1 & 2 presentation
Teams 3 & 4 presentation
Sept 20-
synthesis Elements of the presentation:
Introduction (approx. 2 min.)
Demonstration of verbal and non-verbal practices in the region
assigned to the team (7 min.)
Summary/Conclusion (approx. 1 min.)
Criteria (based on the rubric for oral presentations):
Manner/delivery/creativity – 10 points
Matter/substantiation/content – 10 points
Total – 20 points

Context:
Role: Young Filipino video bloggers
Audience: young people from different cultures
Format: multimodal (face-to-face; visual; aural) presentation
Topic: The art of communicating around the world
Purpose: To raise the audience’s level of awareness and inspire
them to be more sensitive to different cultures; to promote your
video blogs

MUSTS: Cite your sources formally in your slides and include a list
of references in your last slide. Cite your sources for
images/videos/music etc. as well.

If you are going to use personal photos/videos, be sure you have


the consent of the people included in the photos/videos.
Otherwise, block their faces or use other photos/videos.
Sept 23, 25, & Graded Class Activities based For Sept. 23, M:
27, MWF on the following: 4 hearts: 80 points
 Spaces in Togetherness by 1. Read the following texts:
Kloyde A. Caday (ADMU PC  Spaces in Togetherness by Kloyde A. Caday (ADMU PC book)
book)  Habal-habal wisdom by Hazel Galang
 Habal-habal wisdom by  The Blind Man’s Massage by Exie Abola (ADMU PC book)
Hazel Galang  Martial Law through a child’s eye— NEVER AGAIN by Jennifer
 The Blind Man’s Massage Suzara-Cheng
by Exie Abola (ADMU PC 2. In your notebook/e-notebook, state the main idea or thesis of
book) each text and discuss your thoughts about each text (about 1
 Martial Law through a paragraph per text).
child’s eye— NEVER AGAIN
by Jennifer Suzara-Cheng Prepare for graded activities. Bring PAD paper (whole sheets) for
the graded activities.
Sept 30, Oct 2 Task 1: Oral/ Multimodal For Sept 30:
& 4, MWF Presentation of a Personal Write a draft about a significant experience (e.g. language
Reflection Essay that reflects experiences; turning points; socio-cultural or political
on one’s identity, values, observations) and discuss the insights you have gained from
principles in relation to the these experiences (notebook or e-notebook).
world (language, culture, Elements:
power, etc) Title: Creative and original title that reflects your main point
Introduction with Thesis Statement- approx.150-200 words
Discussion Paragraphs (Supporting details; examples to explain
your main point) – approx. 250-350 words
Conclusion (Short summary of your main point) – approx. 150-
200 words
Citation (if sources were used: in-text and list of references)
Communication Context
Purpose: To enlighten your readers and inspire them to think
about their own significant experiences
Audience: Fellow Ateneans and other young people from
different cultures
Context: You are writing a page in your personal blog and you
would like to share your language experiences and your insights
with them

Sept 30: Share your personal reflections with your team mates
and prepare a multimodal presentation. (10 minutes per team)

Oct 2 & 4: Group presentations


Elements of the presentation:
Synthesis of significant experiences
Insights gained from these experiences

Criteria (based on the rubric for oral presentations):


Manner/delivery/creativity – 10 points
Matter/substantiation/content – 10 points
Total – 20 points

Context:
Role: Storytellers
Audience: fellow college students
Format: multimodal (face-to-face; visual; aural) presentation
Topic: significant experiences
Purpose: To enable your audience to experience eureka moments
through your narratives

October 5, Sat: Submission of drafts (Word format) via Moodle


or email (elenacanilao@gmail.com)

Criteria based on the rubric for written work:


Substantiation (idea development) = 10 pts.
Style, structure & organization (including citation if applicable) =
10 pts.
Total = 20 points

Oct 7, 9, & 11, Graded in-class writing For Oct. 7, 2019:


MWF activities 4 hearts = 80 points
 What are Memes? by Sean 1. Read/watch the following texts/video: What are Memes? by
Rintel (ADMU PC book) Sean Rintel (ADMU PC book); Why facts don’t convince people
 Why facts don’t convince (TEDEd video); Flight from Conversation by Shirley Turkle (ADMU
people (TEDEd video) PC book); The Problems (And Solutions) of Higher Education by
 Flight from Conversation by Ruytenbeek (ADMU PC book)
Shirley Turkle (ADMU PC 2. In your notebook/e-notebook, identify the main claims of each
book) text/video and the evidence provided. Evaluate the claims and
 The Problems (And evidence provided in terms of validity, reliability, and adequacy.
Solutions) of Higher
Education by Ruytenbeek For Oct. 11, Fri:
(ADMU PC book) 1. Choose a current popular advertisement (on-line print ad with
images and passages/written texts). Store it in your phones or
 Analysis of how a particular laptops and bring them for a graded activity.
text tries to persuade its 2. Bring pad paper (whole sheets) for the graded activity.
readers through the use of
argumentative claims and
evidence
Oct 14, 16, & Mini-task: Identifying For October 14:
18, MWF problems/issues and 3 hearts = 60 points
proposing solutions 1. Look for a reliable online news article or editorial that focuses
on a current local or global issue. Store the article or editorial in
Oct 21, M: in- Project Proposal that your cell phones/tablets/laptops.
class describes (a) students’ 2. In your notebook, identify the problem/issue and propose
consultations understanding of the issue or possible solutions.
problem to be addressed; (b) 3. Bring pad paper (whole sheets) for the graded activity.
Oct 23, 25, & significance of the issue or
28, W, F, M: problem; (c) planned October 16-18: Preparation for the Project Proposal
Individual & approach to address the issue
Group Work or problem. Elements of the Project Proposal (Individual):
1. Background and Introduction with the thesis statement:
description and discussion of the problem (informative) (approx.
200 words)
2. Analysis and Evaluation: causes and effects of the problem
(approx. 500 words)
3. Proposal: proposed project; parameters (approx.. 300 words)
4. Arguments: principle; practicality/practicability; necessity; and
benefits (approx. 500 words)
5. Conclusion: Summary of Points and Final Statement (approx..
200 words)
6. Citation: in-text citation and list of sources (APA or MLA
format)
Criteria based on the rubric for written work:
Substantiation (idea development) = 10 pts.
Style, structure & organization (including citation if applicable) =
10 pts.
Total = 20 points

Communication Context
Purpose: To educate your readers about a current issue and
persuade them to support your advocacy through valid
arguments
Audience: local and international sectors of society
Context: You are writing a page in your personal online column.

October 23, Wed: Submission of individual drafts (Word


format) via Moodle or email (elenacanilao@gmail.com); NO
CLASS SESSION
Group Project Proposal:
1. Choose the most urgent issue among the project proposals and
present the proposal to address it.
2. Assign each member to take care of presenting the following
parts:
a. Background and Introduction with the thesis statement: 5
minutes
b. Analysis and Evaluation: causes and effects of the problem: 5
minutes
c. Proposal: proposed project; parameters: 5 minutes
d. Arguments: principle; practicality/practicability; necessity; and
benefits: 5 minutes
e. Conclusion: Summary of Points and Final Statement: 5 minutes
25 min- pres
5 min – set up
20 min – Question & Answer/Defense

Context:
Role: Advocates
Audience: local and international sectors of society
Format: multimodal (face-to-face; visual; aural) presentation
Topic: current local or global issue and proposed solution
Purpose: To persuade your audience to support your advocacy

October 25 & 28: Group Preparations for the Project Proposal


Presentations; No class sessions
Nov 4, 5, & 6, Group Presentations: Project Nov 4, M- Teams 1
11, M, W, F, Proposals Nov 5, W- Team 2
M Nov 6, F- Team 3
Nov 11, M – Team 4
Nov 13, & 15, Group & Individual Final Project:
MWF Preparations: Final
Multimodal Projects INDIVIDUAL:
1. Consider the comments on your drafts (personal reflection and
project proposal).
2. Work on developing them further.
3. Come up with a creative layout for your final paper (with
photos; images; etc.). If you use personal photos with other
people, please get their consent. If you do not have their consent,
crop the photo or block their faces. If they are from Internet
sources, acknowledge them by indicating the website/URL/link
beneath the images.

Criteria based on the rubric for written work (final personal


reflection paper- 20 pts.; final project proposal- 20 pts):
Substantiation (idea development) = 10 pts.
Style (including creativity), structure & organization (including
citation if applicable) = 10 pts.
Total = 20 points
GROUP ANTHOLOGIES:
1. Collate your FINAL laid out individual papers and produce any
of the following:
a. group blog
b. online magazine

2. Submit the link or the magazine in pdf format to


elenacanilao@gmail.com by December 10, 2019, Tuesday.
Deadline for late submission: December 11, 2019, Wednesday
Nov 18, 20, & In-class consultations
22, MWF (individual and group)
Nov 25, 27, & Final individual and group
29, MWF preps
Dec 2, M Final in-class consultations *Submission of SELF-EVALUATION ratings based on accumulated
points for the sem. Email them to elenacanilao@gmail.com and
indicate your self-evaluation mark for class participation.
Dec 4, W Individual and Group work: *Finalize your individual papers and group anthologies.
NO CLASS SESSION
Dec 6, F STUDY DAY
Dec 10, T SUBMISSION OF FINAL
PROJECT
Dec 11, W Deadline for late submissions
(FINAL Project)

*Dates may be adjusted if there are sudden shifts in schedules.