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Republic of the Philippines

STRATFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


J. Catolico Sr. Avenue, Brgy. Lagao, General Santos City

COURSE TITLE: Structure of English


COURSE UNTIS: 3 units
CLASS DAYS AND CLASS TIME: MF - 7:30PM AM-9:00 AM
ROOM: D201

INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Darryl Imperial


Email address: darrylimperial1@gmail.com

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
In this course you will learn to describe how English sentences are constructed and you will
develop the skills necessary to analyze sentence structure. In so doing you will use some of tools and
methods of modern linguistics. You will also confront some popular myths about the English language
and discover why they are false.

COURSE OUTLINE:

On completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to do the following:


TOPIC LEARNING OUTCOME
I. Introduction to English grammar
Students will be able to review about the
importance of English Grammar.

II. Parts of Speech


 noun Students will be able to familiarize the different parts
 verb of speech.
 adjective
 adverb
 pronoun
 preposition
 conjunction
 interjection
 article or determiner

III. Morphology
 Morphemes Students will be able to learn more about
Morphology.
 Inflection and derivation
 Four kinds of word-formation

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IV. Word classes

 Closed and Open Word Classes The students will be able to learn how to recognize
Word classes

V. Nouns and articles

Students will be able to learn more about nouns and


articles.

VI. Pronouns
 Personal pronouns: subjects, objects Students will be able to learn more about types of
and possessives pronouns.

VII. Verbs
Adjectives and adverbs: Students will be able to understand and learn more
 Adjective function about verbs, adjective and adverb.
 Adverb function

VIII. Syntax
A.Phrases
The students will be able to learn how to recognize
 Noun phrases phrases and clauses.
 Adjective phrases
 Adverb phrases
 Prepositional phrases
 Pronoun phrases
 Verb phrases
B. Clauses

IX. Clause elements


 Subject
Students will be able to learn more about clause.
 object
 verb
 complement
 Adverbials
 vocatives Clause
types Clause
functions

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X. Sentence
 Sentence models
The students will be able understand more about
 Sentence structures
sentence.
 Sentence functions
 Sentence types
 Sentence styles

XI. Linguistics

The Branches of linguistics: Students will be able familiarize and understand


 Phonetics Branches of linguistics.
 Phonology
 Morphology
 Syntax
 Semantics
 Pragmatics
 Discourse analysis

FINAL COURSE OUTPUT:


As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to do and submit the following
during the indicated dates of the term.
LEARNING OUTCOME REQUIRED OUTPUT DUE DATE
LO 1: Students will be able to review about
the importance of English Grammar.

LO 2: Students will be able to familiarize the Accomplished worksheet on


different parts of speech. the different parts of speech.

LO 3: Students will be able to learn more Accomplished worksheet on


about Morphology. Morphology.

LO 4:The students will be able to learn how to Accomplished worksheet on


recognize word classes word classes.

LO 5: Students will be able to learn more List of articles and their


about nouns and articles. functions,

LO 6: Students will be able to learn more


about types of pronouns.
LO 7: Students will be able to understand Accomplished worksheet on
and learn more about verbs, adjective and verbs, adjective and adverb.
adverb.
LO 8: The students will be able to learn how

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to recognize phrases and clauses.
LO 9: Students will be able to learn more
about clause.
LO 10: The students will be able understand
more about sentence.
LO 11: Students will be able familiarize and
understand Branches of linguistics.
Note: Dates are to be finalized according to learners learning pace.

RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT:

The following rubrics shall be used for assessment as applicable

CRITERIA EXEMPLARY 4 SATISFACTORY 3 DEVELOPING 2 BEGINNING 1 RATING

Category 1 The submitted The submitted work The submitted The submitted
work manifests manifests the work partially work does not
qualities which required qualities. manifests the manifest any
go beyond the required of the
requirements. qualities. Certain requirements.
aspects are either
incomplete or
incorrect.
Category 2 The submitted The submitted work The submitted
work manifests manifests the work partially
qualities which required qualities. manifests the
go beyond the required
requirements. qualities. Certain
aspects are either
incomplete or
incorrect.

Category 3 The submitted The submitted work The submitted


work manifests manifests the work partially
qualities which required qualities. manifests the
go beyond the required
requirements. qualities. Certain
aspects are either
incomplete or
incorrect.
TOTAL:

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OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND ASSESSMENTS:
Aside from the final output, the student will be assessed at other times during the term by the following:

 Individual Reporting
 Drills
 Group Report

GRADING SYSTEM:
The student will be graded according to the following:
 Attendance – 20%
 Assignment/Project – 20%
 Quizzes – 20%
 Periodical Examinations (Prelim, Midterm, Finals) – 40%

Number Grade Equivalent in %


1.0 98-100
1.25 95-97
1.5 92-94
1.75 89-91
2.0 86-88
2.25 83-85
2.5 80-82
2.75 77-79
3.0 75-76
F Failed
W Withdrawn
D Dropped
INC 1 No Examination
INC 2 No Projects/Other
Requirements

REFERENCES:

Adams, Valerie. 1973. An Introduction to Modern EnglishWord-Formation [English Language Series,


7].London: Longman.

Akmajian, Adrian, Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer, and Robert M. Harnish. 1995. Linguistics: An Introduction
to Language and Communication. 4th ed. Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press.

Allan, Keith. 1986. Linguistic Meaning. 2 vols. London and New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Anscombe, G.E.M. 1957. Intention. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Brinton, Laurel and Brinton, Donna. 2010. The Linguistic Structure of Modern English. The Netherlands:
Benjamins Publishing Company.

Yule, George. 2010. The Study of Language. 4th ed Cambridge, MA and London. Cambridge University
Press.

CLASS POLICIES:
Class policies shall be in accordance to the school policies. The Instructor may implement rules as
needed.

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