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STARTFORD INTERNATIONAL COURSE SYLLABUS Lecture unit: 3 Date Prepared

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Course Code: GE 42 Course Title: WRITING ACROSS Prerequisite: Semester: 2ND AY: 2016-2017
THE DISCIPLINE

Course Description:

Writing in the Disciplines courses give students advanced instruction and practice in writing and reading essays within an academic
discipline and make students aware of how disciplinary conventions and rhetorical situations call for different choices in language, structure,
format, tone, citation, and documentation. Students conduct investigations into writing and reading conventions in their fields and receive
advanced instruction in planning, drafting, arranging, revising, and editing discipline-specific essays.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of this course, the students should be able to:

 Write clear and effective prose in several forms, using conventions appropriate to audience (including academic
audiences), purpose, and genre.
 Find, analyze, evaluate, and cite pertinent primary and secondary sources, including academic databases, to prepare
written texts.
 Identify, analyze, and evaluate statements, assumptions, and conclusions representing diverse points of view, and
construct informed, sustained, and ethical arguments in response.
 Plan, organize, revise, practice, edit, and proofread to improve the development and clarity of ideas.

Learning Plan:
TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOMES WEEK NO. LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESMENT
1.Subject-Verb By the end of this chapter, students will be Common assessment
Agreement Rules able to: methods that will be use
2.Mechanics  Observe and construct grammatically are:
 Punctuation correct sentences. WEEK 1-2  Class Discussion  Recitation
- Period  Apply conventions of capitalization,  Oral Reports  Assignment
- Exclamation Point punctuation, and standard usage.  Hands-on  Quizzes
- Question Mark activities  Exam
- Semicolon
- Colon
- Comma
- Apostrophe
- Quotation Marks WEEK 3-4
- Hyphen
- Dash
- Parentheses
- Brackets
 Capitalization WEEK 5
 Abbreviations
The Manuscript and By the end of this chapter, students will be WEEK 6 Common assessment
D’nalian Cursive able to: methods that will be use
Writing Style  Apply writing styles in writing any text are:
 Class Discussion  Seatwork
 Oral Reports  Assignment
 Hands-on  Quizzes
activities  Exam

Elements of good By the end of this chapter, students will be Common assessment
writing able to: methods that will be use
 Subject  Observe and apply the three elements in are:
 Purpose writing any text WEEK 7  Class Discussion  Seatwork
 Audience  Identify the Purposes in Writing  Oral Reports  Recitation
 Construct paragraph using the three  Hands-on  Quizzes
elements activities  Exam
Parts of Paragraph By the end of this chapter, students will be WEEK 8 Common assessment
 Topic Sentence able to: methods that will be use
 Supporting Details  Identify the composition of a paragraph are:
 Explain how something works/takes place  Class Discussion  Seatwork
Qualities of a by analyzing its parts/elements and their WEEK 9-10  Oral Reports  Recitation
Paragraph relationship to one another  Hands-on  Assignment
 Unity  Construct grammatically correct and activities  Quizzes
 Coherence coherent paragraphs  Exam
 Emphasis
Methods of Paragraph By the end of this chapter, students will be Common assessment
Development able to: WEEK 11-12 methods that will be use
are:
 Cause and Effect  Explain the whys and the consequences of  Class Discussion  Seatwork
 Classification/ an event/phenomena  Oral Reports  Recitation
Division  Hands-on  Assignment
 Comparison and  Construct grammatically correct and activities  Quizzes
Contrast coherent paragraphs using the different  Exam
 Definition methods of paragraph development
 Description of
Details  Discuss the different methods of
 Elimination paragraph development WEEK 13-14
 Enumeration
 Examples
 Narration of
Details
 Process
1. The Process of Writing By the end of this chapter, students will be Common assessment
Essay able to: methods that will be use
2. Pre-writing Techniques  Discuss the different pre-writing WEEK 15-16 are:
 Planning techniques  Class Discussion  Seatwork
 Drafting  Oral Reports  Recitation
 Revising  Identify the types of essay composition  Hands-on  Assignment
 Editing activities  Quizzes
3. Types of Essay  Construct essay using the pre-writing  Exam
Composition techniques
4. Spelling  Observe correct spelling in every word
1. Lesson Planning By the end of this chapter, students will be Common assessment
2. The Research able to: WEEK 17-18 methods that will be use
3. Kinds of Research  Make a lesson plan are:
Paper  Demonstrate a lesson using the lesson  Class Discussion  Seatwork
 College Research plan they made  Oral Reports  Recitation
 Thesis  Identify and explain the meaning, facts WEEK 19-20  Teamwork  Assignment
 Dissertation and fallacies of research  Hands-on  Quizzes
 Give and differentiates the types of activities  Exam
research
 Identify the steps involved in preparing
research paper

Grading System:
 Examination - 40%
 Team Presentation - 20%
 Quiz - 20%
 Assignment - 10%
 Attendance - 10%__
Total - 100%

References:

1. Ramos, Gantuangco, Abangan - English 2 Writing in Discipline


2. Other related sources

Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approve by:


MS. CHARIEMAE L. ESTORQUE, JOSE LORDE R. VILLAMOR, PhD
Date: November 6,2016 President; date approved: