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Republic of the Philippines

BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY


Calape Campus

Mission:

Vision:
A premier Science and
Technology university for the formation of a world class and human
resource for sustainable development in Bohol and the country.
Committed to provide quality higher education in the arts and
sciences, as well as in the professional and technological fields;
undertake research and development, and extension services for the
sustainable development of Bohol and the country.

Course Component
Course Code
Course Name
Prerequisite
Course Credits
Contact Hours/ Week
Course Description

Language Curriculum for Secondary Schools


3 Units
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.

Program Outcomes
Common to Teacher
Education
1. Articulate the relationship of
education to larger historical,
social, cultural and political
processes. (NCBTS Domain 1Social Regard for Learning)
2. Facilitate learning using a wide
range of teaching methodologies
in various types of environment.
(NCBTS Domain 2-Learning
Environment)
3. Develop alternative teaching
approaches for diverse learners.
(NCBTS Domain 3-Diversity of
Learners)
4. Apply skills in curriculum
development, lesson planning,
materials development,
instructional delivery and
educational assessment. (NCBTS
Domain 4-Curriculum)
5. Demonstrate basic and higher
levels of thinking skills in
planning, assessing and
reporting. (NCBTS Domain 5Planning, Assessing & Reporting)
6. Practice professional and
ethical teaching standards to
respond to the demands of the

Performance indicators

Generate opportunities for reflection on historical,


social, cultural and political processes as they affect the
day to day lives of the students.

Actively engages students to sustain interest in the


subject matter.
Implements learner-friendly classroom management
procedures and practices.

Use varied teaching methodologies appropriate for


diverse learners.
Evaluate current teaching approaches and innovate
based on learners needs.
Implement and evaluate the curriculum.
Effectively write and carry out the lesson plan with
mastery.
Deliver interesting lessons with congruent objectives,
subject matter, teaching-learning activities, materials
and assessment procedures.
Source and organize data and information concerning
teaching and learning.
Analyze and interpret data and information using
appropriate tools and procedures.
Compose and disseminate properly well-written reports
(progress reports, assessment, official communications,
among others).
Behave in accordance to the Code of Ethics of
Professional Teachers.
Use the community as a learning resource.

community. (Domain 6Community Linkage)


7. Pursue lifelong learning for
personal and professional
growth. (NCBTS Domain 7Personal Growth & Professional
Development)

Plans and carries out personal and professional


advancement.

COURSE OBJECTIVES IN RELATION TO PROGRAM


OUTCOMES
Course Objectives
1

Program Outcomes
2
3
4
5
6

1. Explain the nature and structure of language;


2. Understand the necessity of the curriculum;
3. Develop an understanding of the nature of the language
learning area in secondary schools curriculum;
4. Reinforce the value of hard work, patience, and
responsibility as they assume the role of being a
curriculum designer;
5. Apply their understanding on phases of curriculum
construction and curriculum design in curriculum writing
activities.
Legend:

I- Introductory
E- Enabling
D- Demonstrated
Lecture, Question-generation strategies, Reciprocal teaching,
Brainstorming, Facilitation of assigned topics, Group reports,
Reaction paper, Story grammar/expository , Text analyses
Analyzing narrative and expository texts, Listing of skills, Small
Methodologies/ Strategies/
group discussion, Mini-workshop on creating activities/exercises
Techniques
for word recognition/vocabulary, Buzz sessions, Micro teaching,
Mini-workshops on formulating comprehension questions in the
different dimensions, Visiting to resource centers, Story sharing
activities, Free reading activities, Film viewing

COURSE OUTLINE
CONTENT/TOPICS
Orientation Session ( including VMGO) and Leveling of

Timefr
ame

Remar
ks

I.

Nature and Structure of Language


Origin of Language
Building Blocks
Properties
Criteria
Modes
Purposes
II. a. Curriculum
CDS CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
CDS: The WHAT of It..
CDS: The WHY of It.
CDS: The HOW of It
II. b. School Purpose
Curriculum and School Purpose
Sources of School Goals
Level s of School Goals
III. Curriculum Content
What is Learning Content?
Sources of Learning Content
From Sciences to Subject Areas: The School
Curriculum
IV. Learning Experiences and Resources
Curriculum and Instruction
Teaching and Learning
The 8 Ms of Teaching and Learning
The 8 Ms Vis--vis the Plantilla
V. Evaluation of Learning
Types of Evaluation
Characteristics of Evaluation Instrument
Preparation Phase
Evaluating the CDS Program

Prelim
Week
1-5

Midter
m
Week
6-10

SemiFinals
Week
11-14

VI. Curriculum Development in the Secondary


Schools of the Philippines
VII. Inspecting the Language Curriculum of the
Philippines Over the Years
Language Curriculum Highlights of the:
Basic Education Curriculum 2002
Basic Education Curriculum 2010
K-12 Curriculum
VIII. Suggested Topics

SemiFinals
Week
11-14

Integration of
Values

Course
Requirements

Genuine love for reading, awareness on


comprehension skills, self- confidence, commitment,
self- worth/ esteem, optimism, resourcefulness,
creativity, self- control, adaptability, initiative,
interdependence/ independence, honesty
Midterms: Prelim and Midterm Exams, Individual/
Group outcome- based projects may include reaction/
reflection papers
Finals: Semi and Final Exams, portfolio containing all
the written exercises

Course Evaluation
Activities/ Assignment
--10%
Class Performance: Participation /Attendance --20%
Quizzes
--20%
Project/ Practicum
--20%
Major Exam
--30%
100%

References
Suggested Textbook:
Palma, Jesus C. (1992). Curriculum Development System A Handbook for School
Practitioners in Basic Education. Manila: National Bookstore
Internet Sources:
http://docslide.us/technology/the-nature-and-structure-of-language.html
http://www.deped.gov.ph/k-to-12/faq/curriculum
Prepared by:

MR. ROBIN C. PAROJENOG


Instructor

Approved by:

DR. MAE A. EVARDO, Ph.D


Dean, College of Teacher Education