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Mindoro State College of

Agriculture and Technology

Main Campus
City Campus
Alcate, Victoria

Bongabong Campus

Calapan

Labasan, Bongabong

Masipit, Calapan City

Labasan, Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro 5211


Philippines

e-mail address: minscat-bongabong@yahoo.com

OUTCOMES BASED EDUCATION COURSE SYLLABUS IN


BSED-III ENG/ ACTION RESEARCH
First Semester, A.Y. 2015-2016
I.

VMGO

II. VMGO of the College Department


Goal of the Bachelor of Secondary Education
To produce teachers equipped with higher level of literacy, communication, numeracy and learning skills needed for
higher learning.
Objectives of Bachelor of Secondary Education
The college of education offers Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English with the following objectives:
General Objective

Future teachers should be provided with the required knowledge background for communication arts teaching in the
secondary level.
Specific Objectives:
1. Gain an overview of the following study of the English Language and its significance in language teaching;
2. Develop qualities of an effective teacher using the principles of effective delivery in the teaching learning process;
3. Conceptualize the structure and functions of the English Language in the course learning;
4. Enhance the ability to identify the knowledge and skills that students need in the learning process particularly in
communication arts;
5. Develop competence in the use of English Language for effective teaching applying psycholinguistic principle and
theories; and
6. Enhance the range and quality of teaching profession through effective communication.
III. Bachelor of Secondary Education
IV. Program Outcomes for BSEd
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Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of adolescent learners.


Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the secondary curriculum.
Create and utilize materials appropriate to the secondary level to enhance teaching and learning.
Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure secondary learning outcomes.

V. Course Code/Course Title/ Prerequisites


INTRO TO STYLISTICS
Course Code
VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Title

VII. COURSE CREDIT UNIT


3 Units
VIII. Course Objectives

IX. COURSE MATRIX

Major Examination
There are two (2) written and/or oral major examinations for the course. Customarily, the exam will be closed notes. If you
are going to miss a major exam, it is your responsibility to alert your instructor prior to exam schedule. Failure to do so will result
in an exam grade of zero.
Quizzes
Approximately, three to five quizzes (be it announced or unannounced) will be given for each term. A make-up quiz is
allowed if and only if one could secure an excuse letter duly signed by the guidance counselor, parents or physician. Make-up
quizzes shall be done not later than two days after you return from class.
Recitation/Classroom Participation
Every class discussion requires students participation so as activities. It will be based on class/group collaboration and on
the announced means of evaluation. The rate will come from individual, group and instructors assessment.

Projects
All projects that are to be submitted are due on the date scheduled by the instructor. No late works will be accepted unless
given instructors prerogative.

CLASSROOM POLICIES
1.
Attendance is checked regularly. Late comers will not be admitted after 15 minutes.
2.
Students wearing incomplete/improper school uniform will not be admitted. Likewise, proper dress code should be observed
during wash day.
3.
Electronic devices (cell phones, ipods, etc.) need to be turned off or muted during class.
4.
Requirements for the subject should be submitted on time. Late submission of projects is not acceptable.
5.
Students who are cheating or plagiarizing materials in the course will not receive credit for the assignments, projects or tests
which will likely to lead failure in the course.
6.
Food and beverages are not permitted in the class.
7.
A student who exhibits dishonest, disruptive or disrespectful behavior risk suspension or expulsion from the institution.

Grading System
Project/Output-40%
Midterm/Final Exam-30%
Quizzes- 20%
Attendance-10%

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Prepared by:
LETH J. LAYSON
Instructor I
Noted by:
MYLA V. IZON
BSEd Coordinator
Recommended by:
BRIAN M. ELAYDO
Acting

Chairman,

Arts

and

Sciences
Approved by:
EVA V. BRINOSA,
Ed.D.
Director for Instruction

Received By:

Name of Students
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