English and American Literature
This course focuses on one’s understanding of the English and American Literature from old to contemporary. It assists one in honing skills and creativity through the different performance tasks- short story writing, drama presentation, poetry slam, and persuasive essay writing as well as enhancing their fundamental language skills as integrated in each lesson to help learners become fully equipped with essential understanding of both language and literature in this level. RATIONALE:
This course aims to engage students the opportunity to explore literary texts written in Old English which will provide them with new understanding of the different cultures or history of the author and the place where the literary work was originated. Aside from that, they will be directed to strengthen their previous knowledge of English in both language and literature thus develop and/or enhance skills in creative writing and critical reading through deep analysis and evaluation of these texts. It also provides varied and meaningful learning experiences that are value-oriented. REQUIREMENTS:
The third year students are assumed to have learned some lessons and rules in grammar and all the other things covered in the English 1 and 2 including the literatures of the Philippines and that of other Asian countries and Africa, their genres, elements and features. Thus, they are expected to enhance their knowledge on these things through consistent attention and active participation during class hours, and develop the skills that are yet to be discovered. They are also expected to come up with generative ideas through interpreting English and American short stories, drama, poems and essays and through participating in performance task s or culminating activities prepared per unit. The students in this level should submit their assignments and projects on time (written outputs or creative artworks), interact with literary texts and their characters and perform the required tasks with eagerness which would in time help them understand their own culture, appreciate and experience God’s greatness. B. EXIT:
At the end of the school year, the students are expected to show confidence on their knowledge and understanding of the literary pieces with emphasis on Anglo-American literature, show their love of reading and writing in a creative and critical manner, and apply these things, most especially the core values highlighted in most of the lessons, at present and in the near future. Lastly, they are likely to show expertise not just in communicating but also in composition writing using well-constructed sentences and paragraphs and all the more, in creating stories, poems and even song lyrics considering appropriate mechanics. GENERAL OBJECTIVES:
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature, including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
FIRST GRADING (NARRATIVE)
| Specific Objectives
| Subject Integration
| 1. Discuss the distinct elements of American and British short story. 2. Identify the elements of the short story and differentiate each. 3. Explain how each element of the short story create a meaningful short story. 4. Make meaning out of the language features of a narrative. 5. Use appropriate coordinators, prepositions and subordinators to highlight feelings, thoughts, actions and observations. 6. Write an essay analyzing the important elements and literary devices used in a short story. 7. Make connection within and among American-British short stories to real life experiences. 8. Discuss and interpret British-American narratives...
| 1. Use subject and verb agreement appropriately in oral and written communication. 2. Create an advertisement. 3. Explain one’s value and purpose of the advertisement made. | Form, Structure, and Functions of a Quality AdvertisementAgreement between Subject and VerbOf Studies by Francis Bacon | | | Discussion on Subject and Verb Agreement, Techniques in Making AdvertisementsBrainstorming for Producing an AdvertisementExercises on Subject and Verb AgreementReading Session | Produce an advertisementAdvertisement Presentation (Project)Peer Evaluation on the Advertisement madeQuiz on Subject and Verb Agreement | |
| 1. Write an open letter. 2. Use appropriate transitional markers in writing an open letter or in oral and written communication to deliver the correct message to the audience. 3. Evaluate evidences and reasons critically to prepare a fair open letter. | Form, Style, and Parts of an Open LetterTransition markersSelf-Reliance by Ralph Waldo Emerson | | | Discussion on Open Letter, Transitional MarkersExercises on Transition MarkersReading SessionGroup Discussion on Current Issues | Writing an Open LetterPresentation of the Open Letter (Project)Quiz on Transition MarkersPeer Evaluation on the Open Letter | |
| 5. Write a persuasive essay. 6. Use parallel and balanced sentence structures in oral and written communication. 7. Explain argument made in persuasive essay. 8. Evaluate critically the facts and reasons to be included in the presentation of a persuasive essay. | The Basics of Writing a Persuasive EssaySentence StructuresDirect and Indirect Speech | | | Discussion on writing a Persuasive Essay, Sentence Structures, and Direct and Indirect SpeechGroup Brainstorming and Discussion on Current IssuesExercises on Sentence Structures and Direct and Indirect SpeechNews Reporting, Argument, and Discussion of Opinions | Writing a Persuasive EssayQuiz on Sentence Structures and Direct and Indirect SpeechPresentation on Persuasive Essay (Project)Peer Evaluation on Persuasive Essay | |
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