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Senior High School Department S. Y. 2019 – 2020 COURSE SYLLABUS I. Course Title: 21

Senior High School Department S. Y. 2019 2020

COURSE SYLLABUS

I.

Course Title: 21 st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World

II.

Course Credit: 4 units

III.

Course Term: First Semester-First and Second Quarters-60 hours-20 weeks

IV.

Course Pre-requisite: None V. Course Classification: Core Subject VI.

Course Description:

This course aims to engage students in appreciation and critical study of 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World encompassing their various dimensions, genres, elements, structures, contexts, and traditions.

VII.

Course Outcomes/Objectives:

1. Study the literature of various regions in the Philippines and different countries in the world;

2. Appreciate the works of the authors, writers, National Artist in Literature;

3. Differentiate the various 21 st century literature and genres from the literature in the earlier periods and genres;

4. Distinguish different kinds of literary texts such as novels, short stories, poems, etc.etc.;

5. Use literary techniques and devices to analyze various literary texts; and

6. Decipher the message/meaning of a literary text and associate it with the human experiences and/or realities of life.

VIII.

Textbook/s:

21 st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World. Uychoco, Marikit Tara A.,Rex Book Store, Inc.,2016.

Reading Literature in the 21 st Century. Martin, M.G., Guevarra, A., Del Campo, E.I.,The Phoenix Publishing House Inc.,2016.

IX.

References:

Teaching Guide for Senior High School-21 st Century Literature-CHED,2016

Formative and Summative

• Formative and Summative Assessment Strategie s.

Assessment Strategies.

The Literary Forms in Philippine Literature. Godinez-Ortega, Christine F., https://aboutphilippines.ph/files/The-Literary-

Canonical Philippine National Artist In Literature. Belino, Mary Katrine M., https://www.slideshare.net/marykatrinebelino/canonicalphilippine-national-artists-in-literature-78474397 .2017

National Capital Region Literature. Palanca, Olivia B. https://prezi.com/otmqtghpprdb/national-capital-region-literature/

.2014

Funeral Blues. Auden, Wystan Hugh. https://allpoetry.com/Funeral-Blues

The Tell-Tale Heart. Poe, Edgar Allan. https://www.poemuseum.org/the-tell-tale-heart

X. Course Outline

    Learning   Learning     Week   Topics/Content Outcomes/Objectives  
   

Learning

 

Learning

   

Week

 

Topics/Content

Outcomes/Objectives

 

Competencies

Code

Forms of Assessment

 

A. 21stCentury literature from the region where the school is based in relation to the literature of other regions in various genres and forms in consideration of:

1. Study

the

different

Identify the geographic, linguistic, and ethnic dimensions of Philippine literary history from precolonial to the contemporary

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Formative:

dimensions of

literature

21

Posing questions

pre-colonial

contemporary period; 2. Examine various literary texts from pre-colonial to the contemporary period; and 3. Identify the dimensions of

the

from

to

literary texts by making a comparison and contrast.

Fun Fact

Vocabulary Drills

One minute essay

Discussion questions

 

Poster Making

1

Various Dimensions of

Philippine Literary History from Pre-colonial to Contemporary

Literary Texts:

 

Essay Writing

Song Presentation

Journal Entry

 

-

The Revolution

According to Raymundo Mata by Gina

 

Apostol

 

-

Padre Faura

     
Graphic Organizer

Graphic Organizer

Witnesses the Execution of Rizal by Danton

Remoto

  Canonical authors and work of Philippine National Artists in Literature 1. Name canonical authors
 
Canonical authors and work of Philippine National Artists in Literature

Canonical authors and work of Philippine National Artists in Literature

1. Name canonical authors in the Philippines and study their root;

2. Explore the representative texts and authors of your region where you come from; and

Identify representative texts and authors from each region (e.g. engage in oral history research with focus on key personalities from the students’ region/province/ town)

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Formative:

22

Open-Ended questions

Vocabulary drills

Research and Tell

2

 

Share your summary

Learning Logs

 

3. Create an autobiography of the author famous in your region and summarize his/her noble literary piece.

Autobiography

 

Summative:

Quiz #1

 

Names of authors and their work, and backgrounds of the literature from the region where the high school is located

1. Describe the present situation of the Philippine Literature in the society;

2. Discuss the contributions of the Filipino writers to the Philippine literature and

Value the contributions of local writers to the development of regional

literary traditions

EN12Lit-Ic-

Formative:

23

Open-Ended questions

One minute essay

 

List 10 things

Appreciate the contributions of the canonical Filipino writers to the development of national literature

Graphic Organizer

3

NCR: Lualhati Bautista Film: Bata, Bata, Pano Ka Ginawa?

society; and

Journal Entry

3. Appreciate the Filipino writers for their influences in the Philippine Literature and society by making a letter of gratitude.

Film Review

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Letter Making

 

24

 

B. Study and appreciation of literary texts from the different regions written in

different genres covering:

of literary texts from the different regions written in different genres covering: LUZON: Genres of Urban

LUZON: Genres of Urban Writing

1. Study and discuss the genre encompassing Luzon region;

2. Differentiate the texts’ genres from earlier to contemporary period; and

Differentiate/compare and contrast the various 21st century

literary genres and the ones from the earlier genres/periods

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Formative:

25

Posing questions

4

One minute essay

Concept Map

Vocabulary Drills

 

Discussion questions

    Flowers in the Crypt by Catherine Garcia Dario - 3. Construct a contemporary
   

Flowers in the Crypt by Catherine Garcia Dario

-

3. Construct a contemporary literary text.

citing their elements, structures and traditions

 

Poem writing

Learning log

-

Textula

   
 

B.

Study and appreciation

1. Understand

and

discuss

Infer literary meaning from literal language based on usage

EN12Lit-Id-

Formative:

of literary texts from the different regions written in different genres covering:

the

genre

encompassing

26

Show of hands

Visayas Region; 2. Read and identify the denotation and connotation used in literary text; and 3. Examine and infer

Posing questions

VISAYAS: Hybrid Modes   • Vocabulary Drill

VISAYAS: Hybrid Modes

 

Vocabulary Drill

5

in Local Color

Analyze the figures of speech and other literary techniques and devices in the text

Discussion questions

- Annabella by Magdalena

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Graphic Organizer

G.Jalandoni

meaning of literary text by classifying the figurative language used.

27

Research and Tell

Comic Book

 

B.

Study and appreciation

1. Understand

and

discuss

Explain the literary, biographical, linguistic, and sociocultural contexts and discuss how they enhance the text’s meaning and enrich the reader’s understanding

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Formative:

of literary texts from the different regions written in

different genres covering:

of literary texts from the different regions written in different genres covering: MINDANAO: Literatures of Confict

MINDANAO: Literatures of Confict

the genre encompassing

28

Show of hands

Mindanao Region;

2. Analyze

focusing

literary text

its

on

Posing questions

Vocabulary Drill

Discussion questions

6

 

- The Kiram Building by Christian Cabagnot

biographical, linguistic, and sociocultural context of the text; and

3. Explain the importance of knowing the biographical, linguistic, and sociocultural context of the literary text.

Graphic Organizer

Essay writing

K-W-L Chart

   

Summative:

Quiz #2

  The Philippine Realities 1. Know and understand the realities Philippines is Situate the text
 

The

Philippine

Realities

1. Know and understand the realities Philippines is

Situate the text in the context of the region and the nation

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Formative:

Literary Texts:

29

Show of hands

Poverty: Lengua Para Diablo (The Devil Ate My Words) by Merlinda Bobis

facing today;

Quick Survey

Vocabulary Drills

2. Read and relate the text’s meaning/message to the context of the region; and

 

7

Discussion questions

Gender Inequalities:

3. Create a generalization about the text’s meaning/message to the

context of the region.

Graphic Organizer

Food blog

Prelude by Daryll Delgado

The Injustice System by Ralph Semino Galan

Note to the story

Oral Reporting

 

The

Philippine

Diaspora

1. Know the meaning/message of the

Explain the relationship of context with the text’s meaning

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Formative:

Literary Texts:

30

Show of hands

Homesickness: Turban

literary texts; and

Posing questions

Vocabulary Drills

 

8

Legend by R. Zamora Linmark

Identity: Waiting by Ron Darvin

2. Write a 500-word critique essay about the

relationship of the text’s meaning and its context.

Discussion questions

Writing scene

Scrapbook

Critical Essay

Racism: Cronulla Beach by Jose Wendell Capili

Summative:

Quiz #3

  GRASPS: 1. Present a short play Produce a creative   Formative: Film Making: A
 

GRASPS:

1. Present

a

short

play

Produce a creative

 

Formative:

Film Making: A creative adaptation of a literary text from different regions in the Philippines

adapting a literary text assigned to the group; 2. Show the relationship of the meaning/message to the context of the text; and

3. Use Multimedia skills to present a short film of the assigned text.

representation of a literary text by applying multimedia skills 11.1 Choose an appropriate multimedia format in interpreting a literary

Review Learning logs

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One minute summary

Posing questions

Ie31.1

Summative:

9

 

text

Group 1: Luzon

11.2 Apply ICT skills in crafting an adaptation of

Short Film Making

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Group 2: Visayas Group 3: Mindanao

 

a

literary text

Ie31.2

 

Peer-assessment Short Film

of

the

1. Watch

the

short

film

11.3 do self- and/or peer assessment of the creative adaptation of

EN12Lit-Ie-

Formative:

 

presented by the groups;

31.3

Open-ended questions

 

2. Criticize

and

make

Review learning logs

10

meaningful comments to each films; and 3. Create a rubric that will fairly assess the product of each group.

literary text, based on rationalized criteria, prior to presentation

a

Sharing of experience

Journal making

  World History and Literature 1. Explore representative texts and authors in world Writing a
 

World History and Literature

1. Explore representative texts and authors in world

Writing a close analysis

 

Formative:

and

critical

A Low Art (Excerpt from The Penelopaid) by Margarette Artwood Canada

literature;

2. Read

and

discuss

message/meaning

the

of

interpretation of literary

texts, applying a reading approach, and doing an adaptation of these, require from the learner the ability to:

1. Identify representative texts and authors from Asia, North America, Europe, Latin America, and Africa

Posing questions

Vocabulary Drills

Discussion questions

representative texts; and

Short skit

11

Silk (Excerpt) by Alessandro Barico Italy

3. Write a close analysis and critical interpretation of the

Show and Tell

EN12Lit-

   

IIa22

Summative

 

representative texts in the world.

Seatwork

 

The Strangeness of Beauty by Lydia Minatoya USA

1. Identify

the

different

2.

Explain the texts in

EN12Lit-

Formative:

literary

elements and

 

terms

of

literary

IIb32

Quick survey

genres

of

the

specific

elements, genres, and

Vocabulary drills

Discussion questions

texts;

2. Read

and discuss

traditions

12

Malinche by Laura

Esquivel - Mexico

specific literary texts from

 

Guide book

the world; and

Poster making

 

3. Create graphic organizer

Essay

to

identify

the text’s

element and genre.

 

Summative:

 

Quiz #1

  World Identities 1. Know and understand the 3. situate the texts EN12Lit- Formative: •
 

World Identities

1. Know and understand the

3.

situate the texts

EN12Lit-

Formative:

The Silence Snow by Orphan Pamuk Turkey

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini Afghanistan

identities encompasses World Literature; 2. Read and relate the text’s

meaning/message to the context of the countries; and 3. Create a generalization

in the context of the region, nation, and the world’

IIc29

Posing questions

Vocabulary drills

Discussion questions

13

4.

appreciate the

EN12Lit-

Documentary

cultural and aesthetic diversity of literature of the world

IIc33

Show and Tell

 

about

the text’s

Impromptu Speaking

The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy - India

meaning/message to the context of the countries.

Journal writing

 

Real World Issues

1.

Study

various

literary

5. compare and contrast the various 21st century

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Formative:

14

genres,

elements,

IId25

Posing questions

Posing questions

structures, and

   
 

The Good Body by Eve Ensler USA

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon - England

 

literary genres and their elements, structures, and traditions from across the globe

 

Peer survey

traditions of representative texts across the globe;

2. Infer the message grasps in the representative texts; and

Vocabulary drills

Discussion questions

Journal writing

3. Differentiate

the

texts

 

Monologue

   

through

identifying

its

Class Manifesto

message/meaning literary genres.

and

Summative:

 

Quiz #2

  Featured Literary Texts 1. Read and understand 6. distinguish the EN12Lit- Formative:
 

Featured Literary Texts

1. Read

and

understand

6.

distinguish the

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Formative:

Funeral Blues by various literary language literary uses of language from the non- literary and

Funeral

Blues

by

various literary language

literary uses of language from the non- literary and understand their use as well as the formal features and conventions of literature

IIe34

Quick survey

 

Vocabulary Drills

W.H. Auden England

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost - USA

across the world; 2. Identify the figurative

language and other literary devices/techniques used in the text; and

Comprehension questions

Comic book/Short skit/Song performance

15

The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe - USA

3. Create a critical analysis of the literary elements used in representative texts.

 

Journal writing

identify the

figures of speech and other literary techniques and devices in the text

7.

Summative:

   

Seatwork

EN12Lit-

 
 

IIe27

 

Featured Literary Texts

1. Read and understand

8.

explain

the

EN12Lit-IIf-

Formative:

The Valley of Amazement by Amy Tan USA

The Tesseract by Alex

Garland - USA

featured texts focusing in

biographical, linguistic,

28

Posing questions

and

sociocultural

Peer discussion

16

biographical, linguistic, and sociocultural contexts of the

text; 2. Write a 500-word critical analysis about the importance of biographical, linguistic, and sociocultural in enhancing the meaning of the texts.

contexts

how they enhance the text’s meaning and the reader’s understanding

discuss

and

Essay writing

Write a poem/song

 

Questioning

Critical analysis

 

Summative:

Quiz #3

 

Speculative Fiction

 

1. Study the representative

9.

examine

the

EN12Lit-

Formative:

Coraline by Neil Gaiman

texts and criticize its relationship to the context of the text; and

2. Produce an essay about the relationship of the text and the context.

relationship between text and context

IIg35

Posing questions

Discussion questions

17

England

   

Graphic organizer

The Boy Named Crow by

Writing a letter

Essay writing

   

Summative:

  Haruki Murakami – Japan         • Seatwork   • The Forest
 

Haruki Murakami Japan

       

Seatwork

 

The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan USA

1. Identify the critical thinking strategies use in reading;

2. Read and understand

10. understand literary meanings in context and the use of critical reading strategies

EN12Lit-

Formative:

IIh36

Share and Tell

Posing questions

Happicuppa by

 

the meaning/message

Discussion questions

of representative texts; and

 

Short comic

18

 

Create a TV ads

Margaret Artwood - Canada

3. Compare and contrast the representative texts by focusing on its literary meaning and elements.

Summative:

 

Quiz #4

 

GRASPS:

1. Present a

short

play

11. produce

a

EN12Lit-

Formative:

Short Play: An adaptation

adapting a literary text assigned to the group;

creative representation of a literary

IIij31.1

Review Learning logs

of

a text into other

One minute summary

creative forms multimedia.

using

2. Show the relationship of the meaning/message to the context of the text; and

text

by

applying

multimedia skills

Posing questions

 

11.1

choose

19

3. Use Multimedia skills to present a short film of the assigned text.

appropriate multimedia form of interpreting a literary text 11.2 apply ICT skills in crafting an adaptation of a literary text

EN12Lit-

Summative:

Section 1 Chosen Text Section 2 Chosen Text

IIij31.2

Short Play

  Peer-assessment Short Film of the 1. Watch the short play 11.3 do self- and/or
 

Peer-assessment Short Film

of

the

1. Watch

the

short

play

11.3 do self- and/or peerassessment of the creative adaptation of a literary text, based on rationalized criteria, prior to presentation

EN12Lit-IIij-

Formative:

 

presented by the groups;

31.3

Open-ended questions

 

2. Criticize

and

make

Review learning logs

20

meaningful comments to each films; and 3. Create a rubric that will fairly assess the product of each group.

Sharing of experience

• Journal making

Journal making

Short film viewing

XI. Course Requirements/Grading System:

Written Work- 25% (Quizzes, Mastery Test/Long Tests, Short Essays)

Performance Work-50% (Group/Paired/Individual Tasks, Essays, Critic Paper, Worksheets)

Quarterly Assessment-25% (First Quarter- Written Exam; Second Quarter-Performance Based Task)

XII. Policies

1. Read a short educational article in the newspaper, magazines, books, or in the internet before going to class.

2. Observe punctuality in the submission of requirements and coming to class.

3. Present excuse letter with parent’s/guardian’s signature when absent.

4. Bring all needed materials in the class and wear complete uniform with ID.

5. Be respectful and humble at all times.

XIII. Consultation Hours-

Every Thursday, after classes only (1 hour consultation) Satellite Room or Conference Room.

Prepared by:

MS.LAURICE MARIE M. COTANDA

English Teacher

Approved by:

MS.MARILOU R. VALDEZ

SHS Principal

Teacher Approved by: MS.MARILOU R. VALDEZ SHS Principal Noted by: MS. MARY PAULINE NICOLE R. MERCADO

Noted by:

MS. MARY PAULINE NICOLE R. MERCADO

Academic Coordinator