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   COURSE SYLLABUS Course Code English 201 Course Title Grammar and Composition Course Credit 3 units Prerequisite Professor Reydar D. Jumawan Email Address reydarjumawan@yahoo.com Consultation Time MWF 8:00 -9:00,9:00-10:00,10:00-11:00,2:00-3:00,3:00-4:00 I.   COURSE DESCRIPTION This course intends to understand and apply grammatical rules for effective communications targeting the WRITING SKILL. It categorizes the language Functions of the Verbs, Agreement of Verbs with Subjects,Prepositions,Conjunctions, and Interjections it defines and identifies the difference between Phrases and Clauses, Fragments and Sentences and as well as the correct usage of Different punctuations. It is also designed to develop writing skills with coherence, brevity, and cohesiveness. II.   DESIRED LEARNING RESULTS EXPECTED FCIERS GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES (EFGA) Communication Enhancement Communicate with the stakeholder using the second language (English) correctly and efficiently. Skills Development Compose some literary pieces/paragraph by following the Grammatical rules. Knowledge Builder Discuss the different parts of speech and as well as some Grammatical Rules in writing composition. Discuss the different types of sentences and the usage of the different punctuations Customer Provider Express positive feelings towards others. Appreciate the contribution of everyone in the workplace. Share ideals with others  III.   FINAL OUTPUT/FINAL PERFORMANCES At the end of the course, students are expected to write composition with coherence and cohesiveness following the Rules of the agreement of verbs with subject and tenses of the verb and as well as other Grammatical Rules. FINAL PERFORMANCE TASK RUBRIC: A. COMMUNICATION ENHANCEMENT CHARACTERISTICS EXCELLENT [4] SATISFACTORILY [3] FAIR [2] NOT COMPETENT [1] SCORE Speaking, listening, researching, and writing Express oneself clearly and excellently understood by the stakeholders Communicate and response according to questions asked Limited response to questions raised Misleading information given B. SKILLS CHARACTERISTICS EXCELLENT [4] SATISFACTORILY [3] FAIR [2] NOT COMPETENT [1] SCORE Research project design And reliability Research project in presented excellently Research has some flaws but the logic flow is correct Research lacks information but students could manage to fix it Research has not submitted on time C. KNOWLEDGEABLE CHARACTERISTICS EXCELLENT [4] SATISFACTORILY [3] FAIR [2] NOT COMPETENT [1] SCORE Delivery and mastery Highly competent in terms of practical and oral skills, assessment and presentation Competent in either practical or oral skills assessment and presentation but not in all areas. Understanding the basic knowledge requirements in all areas. Cannot Comprehensively explain the basic knowledge requirements of the course. D. CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARACTERISTICS EXCELLENT [4] SATISFACTORILY [3] FAIR [2] NOT COMPETENT [1] SCORE Acceptable behavior in the workplace. Emotionally and psychologically ready for Get socially involved in the Discussions. Manage to get along with some people. Unappreciative to the things around hi/her  the job. IV. ACCEPTABLE EVIDENCE/GRADING PROCEDURE PRELIMINARY GRADE [PG] MIDTERM GRADE [MT] PRE-FINAL GRADE [PFG] FINAL GRADE [FG] SEMESTRAL GRADE [SG] Main Task 40% Main Task 40% Main Task 40% Final Project 40% SG=[PG x .15] + [MF x .3] + [SFG x .15] + [FG x .4] Other Task 25% Other Task 25% Other Task 25% Other Task 25% Practical Skills Exam 25% Practical Skills Exam 25% Draft Project Output 25% Practical Skills Exam 25% Attendance 10% Attendance 10% Attendance 10% Attendance 10% Total 100% Total 100% Total 100% Total 100% POSSIBILITY: PRELIMINARY AND MIDTERM CRITERIA FINAL CRITERIA Mask Task [May include minor tasks connected with main task] 40% Mask Task [May include minor tasks connected with main task] 60% Other Tasks [Homework/Class Activities/ Exercises/Projects] 20% Other Tasks [Homework/Class Activities/ Exercises/Projects] 15% Attendance 10% Attendance 10% Class Participation [Recitation and other verbal and non-verbal evidence of student’s participation]  15% Class Participation [Recitation and other verbal and non-verbal evidence of student’s participation]  15% Formative Written Language Test 15% TOTAL 100% TOTAL 100%   V. LEARNING PLAN PRELIM MAJOR TASK: Students will be able to learn how to identify the functions of verb and verbal and they will be able to compose paragraphs/literary piece(s) applying the rules of the agreement of verbs with subjects and tenses of the verb. ENABLING TOPICS FOCI LEARNING ACTIVITIES/TEACHINNG STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT EXPECTED OUTPUT NO. Of HOURS Verbs *Kinds of verbs *Appositive and Complements *Voice and moods of the verbs *Tenses of verbs *Irregular Verbs/Troublesome Verbs *Agreement of verbs with Subjects Lecture Discussion Journal Writing Recitation and writing composition Quizzes Verbal *Infinitives *Gerund *Participles Lecture Discussion Special Assignments and reports by students Identification and descriptions of Language Forms and Functions Graded Recitation Quizzes Major Exam Midterm MAJOR TASK: Students will be able to apply correct usage of Preposition,Conjunction and Interjection and as well as to compose paragraph using these three(3) parts of speech. ENABLING TOPICS FOCI LEARNING ACTIVITIES/TEACHINNG STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT EXPECTED OUTPUT NO. Of HOURS Preposition *What is Preposition *Kinds of Preposition *Words requiring certain preposition Critical analysis Special Assignments and reports by students Writing Skills Oral recitation Writing Composition
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