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Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in English
Degree Codes: Program- BSED Plan- BSED-ENGL


GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:

ENGLISH:

ENGLCOM BASIC COMMUNICATION AND STUDY SKILLS
3 units
ENGLCOM (Basic Communication and Study Skills) English one is a course that primarily focuses on the development of communicative competence in reading and writing. ENGLONE will use various strategies in academic reading, and the process approach to academic writing. Evaluation will include traditional and nontraditional (portfolio assessment) methods.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: ENGLRES, SPEECOM

ENGLRES BASIC RESEARCH SKILLS/ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE
3 units
ENGLRES (Basic Research Skills / English for specific Purposes) course that advances the basic academic reading and writing skills learned in English One. It also enhances the critical thinking skills necessary in conducting research and develop skills required in technical communication of a particular field (Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Education, Science.)
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: None

SPEECOM ORAL COMMUNICATION / ADVANCED SPEECH CLASS
3 units
SPEECOM (Oral Communication/ Advanced Speech Class) SPEECOM is an English for Specific Purposes (ESP) course that focuses on the production, delivery and assessment of the following, the impromptu, lecture and /or persuasive speech for individual presentation, and the group/panel discussion for group presentation. The presentation aim at providing first-hand experience in public speaking to develop their self-confidence and critical thinking.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: None

FILIPINO:

FILKOMU KOMUNIKASYON SA FILIPINOHIYA
3 units
Gamit ang Wika sa higit na mataas na makrokasanayan sa pagtalakay ng Araling Pilipinas(Philippines Studies) sa pagkilala at pag-unawa sa sarili at sa pambansang identidad, kultura at lipunan. Pangkalahatang saklaw ng kurso ang pagtatamo ng bawat lasalliang estudyante ng kompetens sa komunikasyon sa apat na diskors na may kontent ng Filipinolohiya sa larangang akademik.
Prereqquiste: None
Prereqisiteto: FILDLAR

FILDAR PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT SA IBAT-IBANG DISIPLINA
3 units
Fokus ng kurso ang paglinang ng mga kasanayan sa analitikal at kritikal na pagbasa at pagsulat para sa pangangailangang akademik at komunikasyon pamprofesyonal na nagsasaalang-alang sa ibat ibang rejister ng wika. Pag-aralan ang mga teknik sa pagsasalin at estratehiya sa pagbasa na lampas sa komprehensyon gamit ang mga genre na nakasulat (maging naririnig, napapanood) na tekstong disiplinal o buhat sa ibat ibang larangan ng gamit ng wika-humanidades, agham panlipunan at komunikasyon, at agham at teknolohiya, at profesyon. Magsisilbing modelo ang mga babasahin sa pagsulat ng mga iskolarling sanaysay at riserts.
Prerequiste: FILKOMU
Prerequiste to: None

WIKAKUL WIKA AT KULTURA
3 units
WIKAKUL (Wika at Kultura) Ito ay isang panimulang pag-aaral sa mga etnolinggwistikong grupo sa Pilipinas mula hilaga hanggang timog (halimbawa, Ifugao, Ilocano, Pangasinense, Pampango, Tagalog, Bicolano, Cebuano, Waray, Hiligaynon, Muslim, atbp), at sang-ayon din sa kani-kanilang kalinangan/kultura.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

LITERATURE:

HUMALIT INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE
3 units
The study of literary forms or genres as exemplified by selected literary texts from various countries at different historical periods.
Prerequisite: ENGLRES
Prerequisite to: None

GREATWK THE GREAT WORKS
3 units
The course is designed to center on a theme built around three Great Works from various cultures/disciplines that have exerted influence on the way human beings think about themselves in relation to the world. The course will be taught by a team of three teacher-facilitators who will rotate every four weeks in three classes. Each teacher will facilitate the reading and discussion of one work. Towards the end of the term, the teachers will meet as a team with all the students of the three classes in sessions that will serve to integrate the discussions on the three Great Works. Through the course, students are given a venue to participate in multidisciplinary discourses on how a particular Great Work "reads" or "thinks through" the human problems with new perspectives and paradigms.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES

MATHEMATICS:

MATAPRE MATH APPRECIATION
3 units
MATAPRE (Math Appreciation) This course covers topics in college algebra focusing on applications to solving problems that may be used by students in everyday living. The course is designed to provide students with opportunities to discover and appreciate the relevance of mathematics to industry, business, science, arts and architecture, music, games and recreation, and other areas of human endeavor.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to; EDUCRSC

STATLIT STATISTICAL LITERACY
3 units
STATLIT (Statistical Literacy) This is an introductory statistics course focusing on conceptual understanding of everyday statistics, and basic statistical procedures. Topics include descriptive statistics, intuitive probabilities, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, and regression, illustrated and applied to practical situations and various fields of interest. It also provides the students to be competent in basic computer technology by generating descriptive statistics and performing statistical analysis using STATISTICA or SPSS.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: EDUCRSC

NATURAL SCIENCES:

SCIENVB G.E. NATURAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL TRACK-BIO LEC
2 units
SCIENVB (G.E. Natural Science Environmental Track-Biology Lec) This is a non-laboratory science course designed for non-science majors to investigate the relationship between human and their environment. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a well rounded understanding of environmental problems faced by the human population. It will focus on how human activities modify the environment and how these effects can be minimized through changes in individual work that promote sensitivity toward the environment and encourage appropriate changes in their lifestyle to protect and preserve the earth and its inhabitants. Various technological and behavioral solutions to the environmental problems will be discussed so that students can make intelligent decisions concerning the major environmental issues of our time. The approach used in this course will be interdisciplinary, tying together the political, social, economic and ethical aspects of environmental studies with the biological principles.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

SCIENVC G.E. NATURAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENT TRACK- CHEM LEC
1 unit
SCIENVC (G.E. Natural Science Environment track Chemistry Lecture) This course establishes chemical principles within the contextual framework of environmental issues. The main topics will cover air and the atmosphere, global warning and climate change, energy, water pollution and acid rain. Chemical concepts that will be cited include atomic theory, bonding, molecular geometry, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, slutions and acids and bases.
Co-Requisite: LBYENVC
Prerequisite to: None

LBYENVC G.E.NATURAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTALTRACK-CHEMLAB
1 unit
LBYENVC (G.E. Natural Science Environmental track Chemistry Laboratory) The laboratory component of SCIENVC will expand understanding of the lecture topics by providing the students with an experience of scientific knowledge acquisition. Activities include hands-on experiments, demonstrations and inter class debates.
Co-requisite: SCIENVC
Prerequisite to: None

SCIENVP ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
1 unit
SCIENVP (Energy and the Environment) This course is offered to students as one of their sciences courses in the general education program. It covers a study of the sources of energy, the effects of using each energy source on man and his environment, and the pollution associated with energy consumption. This course aims to develop among in the students an awareness of their role to help protect and conserve the environment through wise energy consumption.
Co-requisite: LBYENVC
Prerequisite to: SCIENVP

LBYENVP ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT LABORATORY
1 unit
LBYENVP (Energy and the Environment Laboratory) The laboratory component of the energy and environment course of the Lasallian General Education curriculum.
Co-requisite: SCIENVP
Prerequisite to: None

SCIENCE ELECTIVE:

ENGRESH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH FOR ENGLISH MAJORS
3 units
Educational research is a 3-unit course that deals with the fundamentals of research and research designs, data-gathering, analysis and interpretation, and report-writing. Both quantitative and qualitative designs will be studied. Commonly used statistical procedures for analyzing data will be reviewed within the context of actual quantitative studies. The course is designed in such a way that undergraduate students will learn concepts and theory of research and at the same time, apply them in research activities that could be done within an educational environment. Students will thus be guided in planning a research investigation, from the initial problem definition through selecting appropriate research designs and data-analysis techniques up to the mechanics of report-writing, using the APA format.

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES:

HUMANITIES:

INTFILO INTRODUCTORY PHILOSOPHY
3 units
INTFILO (Introductory Philosophy) Philosophy, both as a way of life and an academic discipline, examines and understands the fundamental questions about the world and human life, seeks answers to these questions, and applies the answers to daily living. It also examines the basis upon which beliefs are held, and explodes possible interconnections among various fields of knowledge. This course shall introduce students to the ideas of some of the world's greatest philosophers, which have shaped the way in which human beings think and live.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

HUMAART INTRODUCTION TO ART
3 units
An introduction to the elements and principles of art (music, dance, architecture, sculpture, painting and film) through a critical examination of the major art works, movements and styles in the Philippines and the world. It is principally a study of arts as processes of the creative imagination in dynamic interaction with its multi-faceted worlds.
Prerequisite: ENGLRES
Prerequisite to: None

SOCIAL SCIENCES:

NTROPSY INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
3 units
This course introduces the students to the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes through the different psychological perspectives, theories, concepts, and the methods by which psychologists study, explain, and predict psychological phenomena. Students will be trained to develop a psychological orientation to understanding human behavior through empirical observation of psychological off
psychological phenomena and the discussion of issues relevant to the topics covered.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

INTOECO INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
3 units
INTOECO (Introduction to Economics for General Education Program) Helping students to think like an economist when answering the basic questions of what, how and for whom to produce is the main undertaking of this course. This course will be very useful for one to have a deeper understanding and appreciation of basic theories and concepts in economics, and its application to current national and international economic issues. Moreover, this course exposes the students to alternative tools of economic analysis and how they are used to solve problems of a country. The course introduces the students to the three basic branches in economics, namely Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Economic Development. Relevant policies that can be used to address various economic issues are likewise presented.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

POLISCI INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
3 units
POLISCI (Introduction to Political Science). This course is an introductory course to the study of politics, and its accompanying institutions, the state and government. It attempts to build on the students' prior knowledge and questions on politics, and then seeks to describe and explain them by providing real-life examples. Hence, the course offers a thematic, problem-oriented and learner-centered treatment of political science that seeks to educate to participate.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

INTSOCI INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3 units
INTSOCI (Introduction to Sociology) This introductory course orients the students to the perspective, methods and use of Sociology-one of the discipline under the Social Sciences. It discusses the basic concepts relevant to the study of society and culture, including the primary components of social structure and organizations; the types and functions of social institutions; and the dynamics of societal processes and social change. The understanding and analysis of the Philippines issues and problems such as those pertaining to family planning and population education, social inequality, natural resource management are stressed.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

MANDATED COURSES:

KASPILI BUHAY, MGA SINULAT AT NAGAWA NI DR. JOSE RIZAL
3 units
Isang kritikal na pagaaral at pagsusuri sa buhay, mga akda at nagawa ni Dr. Jose Rizal mula pagkabata hanggang sa siya ay itanghal na isang bayani. Tinatalakay din sa kurso ang panahong pre-kolonyal hanggang sa kolonyalismong Espanyol sa Pilipinas na may diin sa ika-19 na dataon na siyang panahong ginalawan ni Dr. Jose Rizal. Ang kurso ay alinsunod sa itanatadhana at diwa ng Batas Rizal (R.A.1425, 1956) na naglalayong matugunan ang pangangailangan ng pangkasalukuyang panahon na mapagtibay ang damdaming makabayan ng mga magaaral.
Prerequiste: None
Prerequiste to: KASPIL2

KASPIL2 KASAYSAYAN NG PILIPINAS
3 units
Isang mapamunang pag-aaral ng kasaysayan ng Pilipinas at ang kanyang mga institusyong pulitikal, ekonomiko, sosyal at kultural mula sa pagkakatatag ng Unang Republika hanggang sa kasalukuyan ayon sa pananaw ng isang Pilipino. Tinatalakay nito ang pagkabuo, pagunlad at ang mga hinarap na suliranin ng bansang Pilipinas sa bawat yugto ng kasaysayan mula sa pananakop ng mga Amerikano. Sa kursong ito, maipapaalam sa mga mag-aaral ang prosesong historikal bilang isang disiplina ng agham panlipunan at sa napakahalagang papel nito sa pag-unawa at pagbibigay solusyon sa mga isyung kinakaharap ng bansa sa kasalukuyan.
Prerequisite: KASPIL1
Prerequisite to: None

LASALLIAN CORE CURRICULUM:

TREDONE HUMANITY'S SEARCH FOR LIFE
3 units
TREDONE (Humanity's Search for Life) In the Asian context, religion is bound up with the people's stories about the search for life and salvation. It is at the core of the Asian way of life. As the course looks at the uniqueness of the different religious traditions, the students are led to a critical appreciation of and openness to the truth-claims as expressed in their beliefs, norms, and rituals. This discovery will lead students to a greater interest in interreligious and ecumenical dialogue and to a mature faith.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: TREDTWO

TREDTWO THE FILIPINO CHRISTIAN IN A CHANGING WORLD
3 units
This course will help students to develop as persons in communities of moral discernment. The Filipino-Christian living in a rapidly changing world is confronted with challenges and alternative lifestyles which demand proper discernment, evaluation and decision.
Prerequisite: TREDONE
Prerequisite to: TREDTRI

TREDTRI THE CHRISTIAN AND THE WORD
3 units
The project aims to develop a manual for the course, The Christian and the Word (TREDTRI), consisting of a student guide and an instructional guide for TREDTRI teachers. The student guide and the instructional guide will indicate the topics, learning objectives, methodology, activities, evaluation, and resources pertinent to the course.
Prerequisite: TREDTWO
Prerequisite to: TREDFOR

TREDFOR THE CHRISTIAN VOCATION TO LIFE
3 units
The search for meaning is inseparable from one's chosen sate of life. Taking into account insights from relevant disciplines, the course deepens the students' general understanding of the universal call to holiness of the Reign of God and various responses to it. Moreover, the course prepares then to live in accord with their chosen response to God's call in an authentic and Lasallian Christian manner.
Prerequisite: TREDTRI
Prerequisite to: None

FWSPORT PHYSICAL FITNESS & WELLNESS IN INDIV/DUAL SPORTS
2 units
FWSPORT (Physical Fitness and Wellness in Individual / Dual Sports) An introductory course designed to familiarize freshman students with basic concepts, principles and practices focusing on the integration of Health-related, Performance related Physical Fitness skills, sport specific Skills and Wellness in order to develop and maintain an active lifestyle.
Prerequisite: none
Prerequisite to: None

FWDANCE PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS IN DANCE
2 units
FWDANCE (Physical Fitness and Wellness in Dance) This course introduces the students to the fundamental step patterns of simple to intricate variations of selected classic dance sport dances, contemporary classic Filipino and Filipino rhythmic dances. It also encourages the students to choreograph variations of their own. Students express their feelings or emotions through movements disciplined by rhythm. Dance etiquette, health and safety in dancing, posture and body mechanics are also included together with other concepts of fitness other than performance and health related fitness.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

FWTEAMS FITNESS AND WELLNESS IN TEAM SPORTS
2 units
FWTEAMS (Fitness and Wellness in Team Sports) The course aims to provide an opportunity to introduce fundamentals skills of specific team sports and strategies of organized team sports, their history and development, international amateur rules, system of play plus the facts and concepts of cardiorespiratory endurance, body composition, muscolus-skeletal fitness like flexibility, muscular strength, endurance and common team sports injuries prevention and rehabilitation.
Prerequisite; None
Prerequisite to: None

PERSEF1 PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS 1
2 units
PERSEF1 (Personal Effectiveness) The Lasallian Core Curriculum of the DLSU-Manila aims at developing a whole person who embodies the Lasallian values and demonstrates professional skills as well as personal competencies. This individual is mature in all aspects of his/her person, with a nationalistic and humanistic outlook and carefully reasoned faith. PERSEF1 is a foundational course in the Lasallian Core curriculum, to be taken by all students in their first year. It provides the information and skills that they need in order to adjust to college life. The course covers basic topics in each of the 5 themes of total personal development, designed to complement their academic and spiritual growth. These themes will be further explored in the 2 Personal Effectiveness courses which the students will take in later years.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PERSEF2

PERSEF2 PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS 2
2 units
PERSEF 2 is a formative course in the Lasallian Core Curriculum, taken by students in their 2nd or 3rd year, before they take their practicum courses. It focuses on their preparation for entry into the world of work. It is based on the theory that career is a developmental process that starts in childhood and goes on through life. One's career development is thus affected by, and affects, one's physical, socio-psychological, spiritual and cognitive development. The topics of the various sessions revolve around the same 5 themes of total personal development, which were covered in PERSEF1, but take on a different level with emphasis on career development.
Prerequisite: PERSEF1
Prerequisite to: PERSEF3

PERSEF3 PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS 3
2 units
PERSEF 3 is an integrative course in the Lasallian Core Curriculum, taken by all students in their final year. It provides them the opportunity to assess their development as individuals and to plan the rest of their lives as Lasallians in the community. It covers topics in the 5 themes of total personal development, taking these to a level of introspection as well as application.
Prerequisite: PERSEF2
Prerequisite to: None

LASARE1 LASALLIAN RECOLLECTION 1
0 unit
This one-day recollection for first year students focuses on the development of the Lasallian core values of faith, zeal for service and communion in mission among the participants. Using passages from the Sacred Scriptures and reference to the Lasallian founding story, LASARE1 invites each of the participants to 1) recognize and appreciate their inherent goodness and giftedness in the context of being created in the image and likeness of God 2) explore ways by which they can enhance and share their gifts to their respective communities and 3) identify a concrete community service project by which they can actualize the value of working together in a mission to serve those in need. The synthesizing point for all the activities of this one-day recollection is the call to be Ambassadors of God or to be visible signs of faith, hope and God's love in this world.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: LASARE2

LASARE2 LASALLIAN RECOLLECTION 2
0 unit
Lasallian Recollection 2 is a whole day spiritual formation program offered to second year students. The program seeks to accompany the students in their search for life's purpose or meaning by equipping them with the skills of discernment and helping them appreciate its importance and use in their lives.
Prerequisite: LASARE1
Prerequisite to: LASARE3

LASARE3 LASALLIAN RECOLLECTION 3
0 unit
Lasallian Retreat is an overnight spiritual program offered to graduating students. It seeks to relate the personal experiences and aspirations of the students with the Lasallian founding story and mission. The retreat also hopes that the students will be able to identify possible contributions and personal responses to the Gospel invitation of building God's Kingdom.
Prerequisite: LASARE2
Prerequisite to: None

NSTP-C1 NSTP PROGRAM - CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE 1
3 units
NSTP-C1 is the first stage of the Civic Welfare Training Service of the National Service Training Program. Under C1, the capabilities of students to provide services to marginalized and deprived communities are enhance through classroom sessions and filed exposure.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: NSTP-C2

NSTP-C2 NSTP PROGRAM - CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE 2
3 units
The National Service Training Program (NSTP) seeks to instill civic consciousness and defense preparedness in the youth by developing their values of community service and patriotism. It involves the implementation of the Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), which seeks to instill the value of social action in their lives and the capability of marginalized communities to respond to their needs. To achieve these objectives, the program has two phases: The Formation Phase (C1) and Community Service Phase (C2). C1 equips the students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes in doing community service while C2 enables students to participate in the efforts of poor communities to address their needs.
Prerequisite: NSTP-C1
Prerequisite to: None

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSES

ASESLE1 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING 1
3 units
Focuses on the development and utilization of assessment tools to improve the teaching-learning process. It emphasizes on the use of testing for measuring knowledge, comprehension and other thinking skills. It allows the students to go through the standard steps in test constitution for quality assessment.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: ASESLE2

ASESLE2 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING 2
3 units
Focuses on the development and utilization of alternative forms of assessment in measuring authentic learning. Emphasis is given on how to assess process- and product- oriented learning targets as well as affective learning. Students will experience how to develop rubrics for performance-based and portfolio assessment.
Prerequisite: ASESLE1
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

CHDODEV CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
3 units
CHDODEV (Child and Adolescent Development) This course tackles the scientific study of human development that has evolved from research of children and adolescent. The course likewise aims to study the quantitative and qualitative change and stability of human development in the physical, cognitive, and psychological domains. Theories of child adolescent development and their key issues will be critically analyzed as well as related to research, classroom practices, and counseling.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

CURIDEV CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
3 units
The course provides an overview of the concepts, foundations, approaches, principles, issues and trends in curriculum planning and development. It covers the general concepts and methodologies for designing and planning of academic curricula and designing instructional programs.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

DEVERED DEVELOPMENTAL READING
3 units
Developmental Reading is a course aimed at giving the students a chance to improve their reading abilities, with special focus on their ability to comprehend texts from various disciplines and content areas. Students are guided on how they can become efficient and effective readers.
Prerequisite; ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

EDTECH1 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
3unit
An introduction to the field, theory and profession of the educational technology. It also examines the uses, trends, and issues in educational technology and its integration in the development and application of curriculum.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

EDUTEC2 SELECTION,PROD & UTIL OF APPRO TECH TOOLS FOR INSTRUCION
3 units
EDTECH2 (Selection' Production & Utilization of Appropriate Technology Tools for Instruction) This is a three (3) unit course designed to introduce both traditional and innovative technologies to facilitate and foster meaningful and effective learning. students are expected to demonstrate a sound understanding of the future, application and production of the various types of educational technologies. The course will likewise focus both on developing teacher support materials and the production of technology-based student outputs.
Prerequisite: EDTECH1
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FACLERN FACILITATING LEARNING
3 units
FACLERN ( Facilitating Learning) Basic course on contemporary theories and research on the cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, socio-cultural, and individual difference factors in the acquisition of knowledge.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FSTUDY1 FIELD STUDY1
3 units
FSTUDY1 (Field Study 1) The course provides students with opportunities to experience how the theories, concepts, and principles acquired in the various courses are applied in the actual teaching-learning process. The field study focuses on a specific aspect of teaching and learning.
Co-Requisite: CHDODEV
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FSTUDY2 FIELD STUDY2
1 unit
FSTUDY2 (Field Study 2) This course is designed to help the students reflect on the existing Basic Education Curriculum. They will be expected to verify the cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, socio-cultural, and individual difference factors of the acquisition of knowledge in the classroom setting. The students will have chances to experience the application of teaching principles in the classroom. opportunities for the students to compare and contrast various modes of planning lessons, designing learning tasks and preparing assessment tools through observation and reflection will also be provided.
Co-Requisite: FACLERN
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FSTUDY3 FIELD STUDY3
1 unit
FSTUDY3 (Field Study 3) This course will furthermore enrich the students experiences in preparing teaching aids for classroom use: GENERAL OBJECTIVES: A). Select the teaching materials that best suit the needs of the learners. B). Apply the principle of developing instructional materials C). develop instructional materials appropriate to a chosen subject area.
Co-requisite: EDUCTEC2
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FSTUDY4 FIELD STUDY4
1 unit
This course will allow the students to utilize various teaching techniques in teaching a subject area. They will observe classes, make lesson plans, and teach lessons to a group of learners.
Co-requisite: PTEACH2
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

FSTUDY5 FIELD STUDY5
1 unit
This course allows the students to have hands on experiences in designing an assessment tool, launching this in the classroom and evaluating the results based on the principles of testing.
Co-requisite: ASESLE1
Prerequisite: PRCENGL

FSTUDY6 FIELD STUDY 6
1 unit
This course provides opportunities for the students to explore the utilization of alternative assessment tools in actual classroom setting. It will also require them to apply the concepts they have learned about developing rubrics for performance-based and portfolio assessment.
Co-requisite: ASESLE2
Prerequisite: PRCENGL

PTEACH1 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING
3 units
PTEACH1 (Principles of Teaching 1) The course introduces prospective teachers to the nature of teaching. It deals specifically with the principles of effective instruction and the concomitant processes involved; instructional planning and demonstration teaching.
Prerequisite: CHDODEV
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

PTEACH2 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2
3 units
The course introduces prospective secondary and elementary teachers with knowledge and understanding of the subject area which include: foundation disciplines, structural components, and models of teaching and assessment strategies. These will provide the student with the theoretical underpinnings in teaching and develop concepts, skills, attitudes, values related to the subject area.
Prerequisite: PTEACH1
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

PRCENGL PRACTICUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
3 units
The six-unit course provides the student with a practicum experience in an early childhood education setting. It is designed to allow the student teacher to apply the content of all specialization courses.
Prerequisite: All English major courses and Professional Education Courses in Terms 1 - 7.
Prerequisite: All ENGLISH majors and Professional Education courses offered from Terms 1 to 7.
Prerequisite to: TEACHPR

SOCIEDU SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF EDUCATION
3 units
Introduction to social science (economic, socio-cultural, political, geographical and environmental processes) theory and research as it relates to education and to understanding of the four pillars of learning, which are fundamental in making critical and logical decision as an active member in the society and as a global citizens. The course aims to enhance critical understanding and responding to the transformations in education, work, culture, globalization and subjectivity that have been induced education, economic, socio-cultural, political, geographical and environmental networks.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: None

SPTOPC1 SPECIAL TOPIC COURSE 1
1 unit
Provides a theoretical background on action research as a tool for improving classroom practice and an in-depth understanding of children.
Prerequisite: EDUCRSC
Prerequisite to: THS1ELM

TEACHPR TEACHING PROFESSION
3 units
The course deals with the teacher as an individual, classroom teacher, community teacher and global teacher. This emphasizes professionalization to cover teachers' status and levels of professional rewards and professionalism to improve competencies.
Prerequisite: PRCENGL
Prerequisite to: None

THS1EAL SPECIAL TOPIC COURSE/ACTION RESEARCH 1 FOR ENGLISH
1 unit MAJORS
The student together with the chosen adviser works on his/her proposal for thesis writing.
Prerequisite: SPTOPC1
Prerequisite to: THS2EAL

THS2EAL SPECIAL TOPIC COURSE/ACTION RESEARCH 2 FOR ENGLISH
1 unit MAJORS
Together with his/her adviser, the student works on the data gathering, management, analysis and the defense of the final paper.
Prerequisite: THS1EAL
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

ENGLISH MAJOR COURSES

LANGCUR LANGUAGE CURRICULUM FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
3 units
LANGCUR (Language Curriculum for Secondary School) Provides familiarization on the components of a language curriculum-its theoretical underpinnings, content, and development process as bases for evaluating the current Secondary Education Language program and for designing future language programs suitable to Philippine setting. Also includes proper interpretation of defined competencies.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LNGUIST INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS
3 units
The course introduces the students to the different areas of linguistics, It allows for a very quick look at the different branches of Linguistics and makes students experience how the principles in each branch are carried out.
Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

STRCENG STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH
3 units
Develops the ability to use the meta-language of grammar with ease and explain the form, meaning, and use of the elements of grammar.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LICRITC LITERARY CRITICISM
3 units
Gives standard direction by which the student shape their perspective about a work of literature through discussion of the major approaches to literary criticism.
Prerequisite: HUMALIT
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

AFROASI AFRO-ASIAN LITERATURE
3 units
Provide a study of representative literary works by early and contemporary Africa and Asian writers.
Prerequisite: HUMALIT
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

ENGLSAM ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE
3 units
This is an overview of English and American literature as taught in the secondary schools. As future teachers in high school, students get to apply teaching principles in preparing and simulating lesson plans on representative literature from the West.
Prerequisite: HUMALIT
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

SPEAKNG THE TEACHING OF SPEAKING
3 units
SPEAKNG ( The Teaching of Speaking) The course is an introductory course on the basic principles of speech/oral communication. The students are given an overview on the materials and manner by which a speech class is taught and suggest some techniques that will assist them if and when they do, as future teachers, in teaching a basic speech class. the students are expected to apply the principles through a teaching demo.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LISREAD THE TEACHING OF LISTENING AND READING
3 units
Teaches the listening and reading component of language taking into account their nature, their theoretical underpinnings, the competencies to be developed and productive teaching-learning strategies.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LITEACH THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE
3 units
The course introduces the students in the techniques, principles and methods in teaching literature. It also aims to further hone their appreciation of literary texts and theories.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

PREVAIM PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF MATERIALS
3 units
The course acquaints the student teacher with the different phases and processes of materials preparation and evaluation. It establishes standards for critiquing existing materials with the end in view of designing or redesigning materials based on syllabi and needs analyses.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LANLIAS LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ASSESSMENT
3 units
Develop the ability to construct both discrete and integrative listening, speaking, reading, writing and literature tests to assess language proficiency and achievement, and literary competence.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

LANGRES LANGUAGE RESEARCH
3 units
LANGRES is an introduction research for undergraduate English majors. This course will help them select the best research method for their proposal.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

MYTHFOK MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE
3 units
Provide a study on the body of mythological and folk narratives from different countries to gain deeper insights into man's origins, his desires, his fear, his instincts, and his need, in general and the different cultural patterns of countries, in particular.
Prerequisite: HUMALIT
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

CAMJORN CAMPUS JOURNALISM
3 units
CAMJORN ( Campus Journalism) Develops skills and applies principles and strategies in writing the various parts (e.g., editorial, news, features) of a campus paper.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

REMDENG REMEDIAL INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH
3 units
This course is designed for students and prospective teachers to acquire a deeper perspective of the importance of reading as a necessary tool for learning the different subject areas. Particularly it is intended to familiarize the teacher/student with the different reading difficulties met by learners and to be able to help the learners with reading disabilities to acquire skills and improve their reading abilities through a functional management of the program of reading remediation and correction.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

CREATIV CREATIVE WRITING
3 units
The course aims to hone imaginative skills and introduces the students to various forms of creative writing ¿ fiction, poetry, drama, expository and argumentative forms. Conducted in a semi-workshop format, the students will not only write and present their own writing to peers and instructors; they will also critically read and analyze works of other famous writers (preferably living writers), to be familiar with traditional and modern techniques of creative writing including their grammatical forms and texture.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

ESPENGL ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
3 units
Sharpen language skills through the use of discipline-based materials for the development of academic proficiency.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

STGEART SPEECH AND STAGE ARTS
3 units
Examine the process of oral communications and the various forms of speech arts from public speaking and group discussions to debate, oral interpretation and dramatics.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite: PRCENGL

STYLIST INTRODUCTION TO STYLISTICS
3 units
Develops ability to use the conceptual frameworks and scheme of linguistics and literature in understanding literary language
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

TRNEDIT TRANSLATION AND EDITING OF TEXT
3 units
Apply rules of discourse and rhetoric in editing various types of written material and principles and strategies in translating texts of various types from English to another language or from another language to English.
Prerequisite: ENGLCOM
Prerequisite to: PRCENGL

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