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SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY

Mabini St. San Sebastian, Hagonoy, Bulacan


Tel. No. 931-1460
SEC Registration No. CS200706588

SYLLABUS:
ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 7
S.Y. 2015-2016
Grammar & Composition, Phil. Literature
Course Description:
This course is the first of a four-series program designed to develop and enhance the
communication ability in English of high school students. This covers the basics of English, the
parts of speech and their effective use in sentences towards fluency, appropriacy, acceptability
and accuracy of both oral and written communication.
Grade & Section: 7-Piety
Learning Objectives:
PROGRAM
STANDARD

FIRST
QUARTER

SECOND
QUARTER

GRADE
LEVEL
STANDARD
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
competence
competence
through his/ her through his/ her
understanding of understanding of
literature and
Philippine
other texts types Literature and
for a deeper
other texts types
appreciation of
for a deeper
Philippine
appreciation of
Culture and
Philippine
those of other
Culture.
countries.

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her

CONTENT
STANDARD

PERFORMANC
E STANDARD

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of: pre-colonial
Philippine
literature as a
means of
connecting to
the past; various
reading styles;
ways of
determining
word meaning;
the sounds of
English and the
prosodic
features of
speech; and
correct subjectverb agreement.

The learner
transfers learning
by: showing
appreciation for
the literature of
the past;
comprehending
texts using
appropriate
reading styles;
participating in
conversations
using appropriate
contextdependent
expressions;
producing English
sounds correctly
and using the
prosodic features
of speech
effectively in
various situations;
and observing
correct subjectverb agreement.
The learner
transfers learning
by: resolving
conflicts
presented in

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of: Philippine
literature during

understanding of
literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

THIRD
QUARTER

understanding of
Philippine
Literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture.

the Period of
Apprenticeship
as a means of
examining
conflicts;
various
purposeful
listening and
viewing
strategies;
difference
between literal
and figurative
language; ways
to extract and
condense
information
based on library
sources; verbal
and non-verbal
cues in oral
communication;
and types of
phrases, clauses,
and sentences.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding
competence
competence
of: Philippine
through his/ her through his/ her literature in the
understanding of understanding of Period of
literature and
Philippine
Emergence as a
other texts types Literature and
tool to assert
for a deeper
other texts types ones identity;
appreciation of
for a deeper
strategies in
Philippine
appreciation of
listening to and
Culture and
Philippine
viewing of
those of other
Culture.
informative and
countries.
short narrative
texts; word
relationships and
associations;
informative
speech forms;
and use of
direct/reported
speech, passive/
active voice,
simple past and
past perfect
tenses, and
sentence
connectors.

literary selections;
using tools and
mechanisms in
locating library
resources;
extracting
information and
noting details
from texts to
write a prcis,
summary, or
paraphrase;
distinguishing
between and
using literal and
figurative
language and
verbal and nonverbal cues; use
phrases, clauses,
and sentences
meaningfully and
appropriately.

The learner
transfers learning
by: showing ways
of asserting ones
identity;
comprehending
informative and
short narrative
texts using
schema and
appropriate
listening and
viewing
strategies;
expressing ideas,
opinions, and
feelings through
various formats;
and enriching
written and
spoken
communication
using
direct/reported
speech,
active/passive
voice, simple past
and past perfect

FOURTH
QUARTER

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her
understanding of
literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her
understanding of
Philippine
Literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture.

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of:
contemporary
Philippine
literature as a
means of
responding to
the demands of
the global
village; various
extended text
types; lexical
and contextual
cues;
appropriate and
polite oral
language,
stance, and
behavior; and
use of
imperatives,
prepositions,
verbs, and whquestions.

tenses and
connectors
correctly and
appropriately.
The learner
transfers learning
by: explaining the
need to be
cooperative and
responsible in
todays global
village; using
appropriate
strategies to
comprehend
extended text
types; using
lexical and
contextual clues
to understand
unfamiliar words
and expressions;
using imperatives,
prepositions, and
appropriate and
polite oral
language, stance
and behavior in
various
informationsharing formats.

Required Texts:
Lapid, Milagros G. and Josephine B. Serrano. English Communication Arts and Skills through
Philippine Literature. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., 2015
Grading System:
Written Works
Performance Tasks
Quarterly Assessments

30%
50%
20%

Contents:
Unit 1: Philippine Oral Lore
Lesson 1: Electing Class Officers
Studying Effectively
Speaking Good English
Reading Techniques: Scanning, Skimming, and Close Reading
Using the Library
Identifying the Genres of Viewing
Lesson 2: The Cycle of the Sun and the Moon

Appreciating Local Color, Figurative Language, and Sensory Images in


Riddles and Proverbs
Noting the Characteristics of Folk Narratives
Understanding Figures of Speech
Pronouncing Words with the Correct Syllable Stress
Recognizing a Sentence
Lesson 3: The Prowess of Aliguyon
Understanding and Appreciating the Filipino Regional Epic
Determining the Conflict and Its Resolution in a Story
Identifying and Using Verbs
Observing Rules in Subject-Verb Agreement
Changing Fragments to Sentences
Identifying Kinds of Sentences
Lesson 4: The Good Prince Bantugan
Gathering Information through an Interview
Singling Out Events that Form the Plot of the Filipino Epic
Identifying Techniques of Character Portrayal
Writing a Comparison and Contrast Essay
Reading with Correct Sentence Stress
Lesson 5: The Monkey and the Turtle
Listening to Appreciate the Plot, Characterization, and Theme
Recognizing Sentences in the S-IV and S-TV-O Patterns
Recognizing Sentences in the S-LV-C, S-TV-IO-O, and S-TV-O-OC
Patterns
Lesson 6: Paruparong Bukid
Appreciating Local Color, Figurative Language, and Sensory Images in
Songs
Perceiving the Tone in a Song
Recognizing the Simple Question Sentence Pattern, the Sentence Pattern
with It, and the Inverted Sentence Pattern
Observing the Terminal Rising and Falling Intonation
Recognizing the Request Sentence Pattern and Patterns Connecting Short
Statements
Unit 2: Inspirations from the Past
Lesson 1: Voyage to a New Land
Employing Appropriate Reading Strategies to Make Sense of the Text
Understanding Theme-Related Words
Using Nouns and Noun Signals Correctly
Lesson 2: Princess Urduja
Identifying the Common Purposes for Writing
Recognizing Paragraphs
Using Sensory Images in Literary Forms
Producing Critical Vowel Sounds // and //
Noting Cause and Effect Relationships
Understanding Count Nouns and Mass Nouns
Lesson 3: Lapu-Lapu, the Victor of Mactan
Avoiding/Evading Possible Misinterpretations
Developing a Better Understanding of the Human Condition through
Literature
Formulating Answers to Yes-No Questions
Pronouncing /s/, /z/, and /z/ Endings of Plural Nouns
Editing Written Work for Content and Mechanics

Identifying and using Indefinite Pronouns


Lesson 4: Who was the Rajahs Son?
Understanding and Appreciating Fiction
Identifying each Element of Fiction through the Story Grammar Technique
Looking for Implications (Inference)
Pronouncing Words with Hard and Soft G and C
Extracting Information and Noting Details
Agreeing or Disagreeing with Assertions Made in a Radio Broadcast
Lesson 5: 1896
Using Graphic and Nonlinear Text to Better Understand what will be Read
Noting Sensory Details and Mood
Identifying and Using Interrogative Pronouns
Distinguishing Between the Sounds /s/ and /sh/
Writing Letters
Unit 3: Building a Nation
Lesson 1: I am a Filipino
Using In-Depth Reading to Suit the Text
Appreciating our Identity and Heritage
Connecting with Previous Reading and Noting References to Past
Selections to Better Understand the Text
Using Transition Words for Cause and Effect
Using Context Clues to Determine the Meaning of a Word
Reacting to a Program Viewed
Paraphrasing a Passage
Lesson 2: Filipinas
Understanding and using Verbals Correctly
Understanding Symbols
Identifying the Three Kinds of Verbs
Noting Steps in a Process
Writing a How to Process Paper
Lesson 3: The Thomasites to a New Land
Ensuring a Healthy TV-Viewing Behavior
Identifying Verb Tenses
Identifying the Voices of Verbs
Lesson 4: The Law of Choice
Appreciating Literature Better
Understanding the Past Tense
Understanding the Future Tense
Lesson 5: Quiet Revolution of a Typical Purok
Using Prepositions to Express Relatonships
Understanding Multiple Meanings of Words
Producing the sounds // and /a/
Lesson 6: The Sulus
Arranging Words in Clines and Clusters
Using the Suspended Intonation Pattern
Producing the Ending Sounds /s/, /z/, and /iz/
Using Maps and Globes
Expanding Vocabulary by Forming Compound Words
Separating Facts from Opinions
Identifying and Using Adjectives
Unit 4: Ideas and Ideals
Lesson 1: In Unity

Following a Series of Directions while Viewing


Literary Appreciation Skills: Drama
Identifying and Using Adverbs
Lesson 2: My Brothers Peculiar Chicken
Literary Appreciation Skills: The Short Story
Finding Humor in Literature
Reading Words with Silent Letters
Using Modals to Show Possibility and Probability
Lesson 3: The Witch
Using the Reading Strategy The Story String
Identifying Phrasal Verbs
Lesson 4: Courage
Using the Reading Strategy Listing in Order of Importance
Revising Paragraphs
Lesson 5: Song
Enjoying Poetry
Identifying Rhyming Words
Reading Poems Orally
Reading a Free Verse Poem
Lesson 6: What is Youth?
Literary Appreciation Skills: The Essay
Understanding and Writing a Biography
Understanding Simple Creative Writing

Prepared By:

Ms. Ma. Elena C. Umali


English Teacher

SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY


Mabini St. San Sebastian, Hagonoy, Bulacan
Tel. No. 931-1460
SEC Registration No. CS200706588

SYLLABUS:
ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 9
S.Y. 2015-2016
Grammar & Composition, Afro-Asian Literature
Course Description:
This presents lessons preparatory to the students learning tasks like those on learning and
acquiring fluency, appropriacy, acceptability and accuracy in English communication. The
preparatory lessons are a number of essays motivating the students to realize the meaning and
importance of studying and coping with crises in life. Also included are preparatory lessons on
appreciating and understanding poems, short stories and dramas for its literal and symbolic
meanings that can be of good lessons in life.
The lessons on the learning and acquiring of fluency are centered on poetry, covering oral
reading of, reporting on, and discussing selected poems and stories. Learning and acquiring of
accuracy are about sentence expansion, transformation, reporting and writing.
Grade & Section: 9-Humility
Learning Objectives:
PROGRAM
STANDARD

FIRST
QUARTER

GRADE
LEVEL
STANDARD
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
competence
competence
through his/ her through his/her
understanding of understanding of
literature and
Britishother texts types American
for a deeper
Literature,
appreciation of
including
Philippine
Philippine

CONTENT
STANDARD
The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of how AngloAmerican
literature and
other text types
serve as means
of enhancing the
self; also how to
use processing,

PERFORMANC
E STANDARD
The learner
actively
participates in a
speech choir
through using
effective verbal
and non-verbal
strategies based
on the following
criteria: Focus,
Voice, Delivery,

SECOND
QUARTER

THIRD
QUARTER

Culture and
those of other
countries.

Literature and
other text types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her
understanding of
literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/her
understanding of
BritishAmerican
Literature,
including
Philippine
Literature and
other text types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

assessing,
summarizing
information,
word derivation
and formation
strategies,
appropriate
word order,
punctuation
marks and
interjections to
enable him/her
to participate
actively in a
speech choir.

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of how AngloAmerican
literature and
other text types
serve as means
of valuing other
people; also
how to use
processing
information
strategies,
different forms
of adverbs and
conditionals for
him/her to play
an active part in
a Chamber
Theatre
presentation.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding
competence
competence
of how Anglothrough his/ her through his/her
American
understanding of understanding of literature and
literature and
Britishother text types
other texts types American
serve as means
for a deeper
Literature,
of connecting to
appreciation of
including
the world; also
Philippine
Philippine
how to use ways
Culture and
Literature and
of analyzing
those of other
other text types
one-act play and
countries.
for a deeper
different forms
appreciation of
of verbals for

Facial
Expressions,
Body
Movements/
Gestures and
Audience
Contact.

The learner
proficiently plays
an active part in a
Chamber Theatre
presentation
through
employing
effective verbal
and non- verbal
strategies based
on the following
criteria: Focus,
Voice, Delivery,
Facial
Expressions,
Style and Body
Movements or
Gestures.

The learner
skillfully
performs in oneact play through
utilizing effective
verbal and nonverbal strategies
and ICT resources
based on the
following criteria:
Focus, Voice,
Delivery, and
Dramatic
Conventions.

FOURTH
QUARTER

Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
competence
competence
through his/ her through his/her
understanding of understanding of
literature and
Britishother texts types American
for a deeper
Literature,
appreciation of
including
Philippine
Philippine
Culture and
Literature and
those of other
other text types
countries.
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

him/her to
skillfully
perform in a
one-act play.
The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of how AngloAmerican
literature and
other text types
serve as means
of preserving
unchanging
values in a
changing world;
also how to use
the features of a
full-length play,
tense
consistency,
modals, active
and passive
constructions
plus direct and
indirect speech
to enable
him/her
competently
performs in a
full-length play.

The learner
competently
performs in a fulllength play
through applying
effective verbal
and non-verbal
strategies and ICT
resources based
on the following
criteria: Focus,
Voice, Delivery
and Dramatic
Conventions.

Required Texts:
Lapid, Milagros G. and Josephine B. Serrano. English Communication Arts and Skills through
Anglo-American and Filipino Literature. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., 2014
Grading System:
Written Works
Performance Tasks
Quarterly Assessments

30%
50%
20%

Contents:
Unit 1: English Literature From Its Beginnings to the Renaissance
Lesson 1: The Beginnings of English Literature: The Old English Period
Choosing Words that Evoke Sounds and Pictures
Evaluating A Song Adaptation of an Epic
Producing the Sound // Correctly
Constructing Good Sentences
Visualizing Poetic Imagery
Interpreting and Using Idioms
Recognizing Words with Silent Letters and Unpredictable Spellings

Avoiding Sentence Fragments in Writing


Producing the Sound /a/ Correctly
Distinguishing between Sentences and Fragments
Selections:
The Story of Beowulf
The Ruined City
The History of Caedmon
Lesson 2: The Middle English Period
Distinguishing between Similar Words and Phrases
Recognizing Characteristics of Ballads
Appreciating a Ballad Set to Music
Identifying the Authors Purpose for a Piece of Writing
Writing a Simple Ballad
Reading with Emphasis
Producing the Sound /th/
Reading Words with Consonant Clusters
Selections:
Lord Randal
Bonny Barbara Allan
Get up and Bar the Door
The Death of Arthur
The Prologue
The Knight
The Pardoners Tale
Lesson 3: The Renaissance in England (1450-1650)
Interpreting and Using Idioms
Observing Agreement between Subject and Verb
Avoiding the Run-on Sentences
Constructing Compound Subjects and Compound Predicates
Articulating the Vowel Sound //
Using Word and Phrase Modifiers
Distinguishing between the Sounds // and //
Selections:
Who is Sylvia?
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind
Romeo and Juliet
Hamlet
Merchant of Venice
Sonnet XVIII
Sonnet XXIX
Sonnet CXVI
Lesson 4: Other Works from the Renaissance Period
Identifying with a Character
Using Clause Modifiers
Using Coordinating Conjunctions
Interpreting and Using Idioms
Reading with Correct Stress
Using Parallelism
Producing the Sound /a/ Correctly
Observing Agreement of Pronoun with Antecedent
Selections:

Song to Celia
Rosalinds Madrigal
Cherry-Ripe
Virtue
Art Thou Poor
Of Studies
Unit 2: Two Streams English and American Literature
Lesson 1: English Stream: The Neo-Classical Period
Differentiating Between Similar Words
Producing the Unstressed Vowel Sound with /r/
Mastering Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
Producing the Sound /th/ correctly
Writing Related Paragraphs
Determining How Paragraphs are Related
Recognizing the Long Vowel Sounds
Identifying and Formulating Topic Sentences
Selections:
On His Blindness
On His Having Arrived at the Age of Twenty-Three
The Universal Prayer
The Visions of Mirzah
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
The Lamb
The Tiger
Lesson 2: English Stream: The Romantic Period
Contrasting the Sounds /p/ and /f/
Using the Correct Form of the Verb
Evaluating Video Interpretations of a Poem
Identifying the sound //
Writing an Advertisement
Pronouncing the Consonant Cluster /sts/
Choosing a Subject for a Composition
Selections:
A Red, Red Rose
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton
Lochinvar
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
She was a Phantom of delight
The Indian Serenade
To a Skylark
She Walks in Beauty
The Destruction of Sennacherib
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Lesson 3: English Stream: The Victorian Period
Limiting the Subject of a Composition
Mastering the Sound /th/
Comparing Moods Evoked by a Poem and a Musical Piece
Organizing an outline
Choosing an interesting introduction to a composition
Recognizing symbolism
Reading words with correct stress

Writing a conclusion to a composition


Selections:
In Memoriam
Crossing the Bar
Prospice
The Forsaken Merman
Sonnets from the Portuguese
Song
Remember
Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth
Invictus
Lesson 4: The American Stream: Rationalism and Romanticism
Using antonyms
Writing a narrative
Using sensory details in narration
Choosing the point of view in a narrative
Developing a simple incident narrative
Pronouncing the consonant cluster /sks/
Writing an autobiographical incident
Summarizing a narrative from a video
Mastering the schwa sound
Evaluating a song retelling of a narrative
Distinguishing between the sounds /a/ and //
Writing an autobiography
Selections:
Benjamin Franklin A Biography
The Whistle
To a Waterfowl
Thanatopsis
The Last Leaf
David Swan
Annabel Lee
The Cask of Amontillado
Lesson 5: The American Stream: Transcendentalism and the New Poetry
Pronouncing the consonant cluster /sts/
Writing diary entries
Using homonyms
Understanding and writing anecdotes
Analyzing and writing narrative sketches
Reviewing the vowel sound //
Writing stories
Pronouncing the vowel /i/
Selections:
A Fable
Self-Reliance
The Battle of the Ants
The Rainy Day
O Captain! My Captain!
Poems
Columbus
Little Boy Blue

The Man with the Hoe


Bedouin Song
Opportunity
Unit 3: Contemporary English and American Literature
Lesson 1: Early 20th Century English Literature
Producing the final sounds of d and ed
Punctuating conversations
Mastering pilot development
Analyzing and writing stories
Reading using tone color
Evaluating tone color in a poetry reading
Using infinitives and infinitive phrases
Recognizing synonyms and antonyms
Using participles and gerunds
Selections:
The Trout
The Dolls House
Ambition
When I was One-and-Twenty
Loveliest of Trees
Gods Gift
The Highwayman
Lesson 2: Other Works from Early 20th Century English Literature
Using characterization in a Story
Analyzing Expository paragraphs
Pronouncing the sound /f/
Constructing definitions
Distinguishing between the sounds /th/ and /th/
Making a summary
Reading sentences with correct intonation
Writing a character sketch
Selections:
When You Are Old
The Lake Isle of Innisfree
Cargoes
Sea-Fever
The World State
The Donkey
The Soldier
Dreamers
The Unknown Citizen
All but Blind
The Listeners
Quality
Lesson 3: Early 20th Century American Literature
Using the present perfect and the present perfect progressive tenses
Reading with correct stress
Using the past perfect tense
Pronouncing contracted forms
Using the future perfect tense
Writing and classifying descriptions

Distinguishing between informative and artistic texts


Selections:
Locomotive
The Gift of the Magi
The Hack Driver
Trees
Roofs
Richard Cory
Calvary
Lesson 4: Other Works from the Early 20th Century American Literature
Listening to a Symphony
Giving a Dominant Impression in a Description
Understanding diction in a description
Learning play-related vocabulary
Understanding the one-act play
Writing a lay synopsis
Evaluating a play synopsis
Selections:
On Hearing a Symphony of Beethoven
Gods World
Patterns
Fog
Chicago
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
The Beggar and the King
Unit 4: Contemporary Philippine Literature in English
Lesson 1: Period of Self-Discovery and Growth
Writing a Play Review
Using verbs in the Active and Passive Voices
Using rising intonation for yes-no questions
Observing appropriate Public Behavior
Selections:
Home is where
Paganly
Youth Speaks
Values
Lesson 2: The Post-War Period
Understanding argumentation and its forms
Reading with correct phrasing and intonation
Creating an illusion of reality
Identifying the purpose of argumentation
Using the devices of scientific exposition
Selections:
We Filipinos are Mild Drinkers
Patricia of the Green Hills
How Radar Works
The Trap
The Eye of a Needle
Lesson 3: Other Works from the Post War Period
Recognizing and Identifying Faulty Reasoning
Evaluating the use of reasoning in advocacy advertisements

Understanding the kinds of evidences used in an argument


Using modal auxiliaries in arguments
Distinguishing direct speech from indirect speech
Selections:
Carabao: Impressionistic
Sawali Weaver
The Fisherman
Parable

Prepared By:

Ms. Ma. Elena C. Umali


English Teacher

SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY


Mabini St. San Sebastian, Hagonoy, Bulacan
Tel. No. 931-1460
SEC Registration No. CS200706588

SYLLABUS:
ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 10
S.Y. 2015-2016
World Literature, Grammar & Speech
Course Description:
1. Preparing to learn prepares the student for his study tasks by giving lessons on the use of
punctuations, on the mechanics of writing, on outlining, and on preparing a research paper.
2. Towards appropriacy and acceptability is geared towards oral and written argumentation.
3. Towards Accuracy gives lessons on effective expository writing.
Grade & Section: 10-Faith
Learning Objectives:

PROGRAM
STANDARD

FIRST
QUARTER

SECOND
QUARTER

GRADE
LEVEL
STANDARD
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
competence
competence
through his/ her through his/ her
understanding of understanding of
literature and
literature and
other texts types other text types
for a deeper
for a deeper
appreciation of
appreciation of
Philippine
World
Culture and
Literature,
those of other
including
countries.
Philippine
Literature.

CONTENT
STANDARD

The learner
demonstrates
understanding of
how world
literature and
other text types
serve as ways of
expressing and
resolving
personal
conflicts, also
how to use
strategies in
linking textual
information,
repairing,
enhancing
communication
public speaking,
emphasis
markers in
persuasive texts,
different forms
of modals,
reflexive and
intensive
pronouns.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding of
competence
competence
how world
through his/ her through his/ her literatures and
understanding of understanding of other text types
literature and
literature and
serve as vehicles
other texts types other text types
of expressing
for a deeper
for a deeper
and resolving
appreciation of
appreciation of
conflicts among
Philippine
World
individuals or
Culture and
Literature,
groups; also
those of other
including
how to use
countries.
Philippine
strategies in
Literature.
critical reading,
listening, and
viewing, and
affirmation and
negation
markers to
deliver
impromptu and
extemporaneous

PERFORMANC
E STANDARD
The learner
composes a short
but powerful
persuasive text
using a variety of
persuasive
techniques and
devices.

The learner
proficiently
delivers an
argumentative
speech
emphasizing how
to resolve
conflicts among
individuals or
groups.

THIRD
QUARTER

FOURTH
QUARTER

speeches.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding of
competence
competence
how world
through his/ her through his/ her literature and
understanding of understanding of other text types
literature and
literature and
serve as sources
other texts types other text types
of wisdom in
for a deeper
for a deeper
expressing and
appreciation of
appreciation of
resolving
Philippine
World
conflicts among
Culture and
Literature,
individuals,
those of other
including
groups and
countries.
Philippine
nature; also how
Literature.
to use evaluative
reading,
listening and
viewing
strategies,
special speeches
for occasion,
pronouns and
structures of
modification.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding of
competence
competence
how world
through his/ her through his/ her literature and
understanding of understanding of other text types
literature and
Philippine
serve as
other texts types Literature and
instruments to
for a deeper
other texts types resolve social
appreciation of
for a deeper
conflicts, also
Philippine
appreciation of
how to use the
Culture and
Philippine
language of
those of other
Culture.
research,
countries.
campaigns and
advocacies.

The learner
skillfully delivers
a speech for a
special occasion
through utilizing
effective verbal
and non-verbal
strategies and ICT
resources.

The learner
competently
presents a
research report on
a relevant sociocultural issue.

Required Texts:
Lapid, Milagros G. and Josephine B. Serrano. English Communication Arts and Skills through
World Literature. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., 2015
Grading System:
Written Works
Performance Tasks
Quarterly Assessments
Contents:

30%
50%
20%

Unit 1: The Greco-Roman Legacy


Lesson 1: Greek Epics
Completing an Anticipation-Reaction Guide
Listening and Reading Effectively
Noting Routines when Listening or Reading
Listening for Specific Details
Evaluating Video Presentations
Getting Meaning through Context Clues
Predicting Characters Speech and Actions
Appreciating and Responding to a Scene from a Film Adaptation of an Epic
Varying Sentence Lengths
Writing a Laboratory Report
Knowing Roots to deduce Meanings of Words
Selections:
Introduction
Greece
Homer
Helen of Troy
The Iliad: A Summary
Farewell between Hector and Andromache
Priam Ransoms the Body of Hector
The Odyssey: A Summary
Odysseus and Polyphemus
Lesson 2: Greek Drama and Lyric Poetry
Working on an Information Map
Recognizing Persuasive Texts
Agreeing or Disagreeing
Understanding Functions of Statements
Using Modal Auxiliaries
Using Expressions that Emphasize
Understanding Poetic Features
Reading and thinking Critically
Completing an Information Map
Using Prefixes
Understanding Coordinate and Subordinate Clauses
Reading a Speech Aloud
Rewriting a Speech
Writing Expressions referring to Great Greeks and their Contributions
Selections:
Greek Drama
Major Dramatists of the Athenian Age
Agamemnon: A Summary
Agamemnon: Prologue
Oedipus Rex: A Summary
Oedipus Rex: An Excerpt
Greek Lyric Poetry
Hymn to Venus
A Girl in Love
One Girl
Old Age
The Wiser Part

Natures Gifts
History of the Peloponnesian War
Pericles Praises Athens
Lesson 3: Early Roman Literature
Identifying Characters
Differentiating Nuances in Meaning
Performing an Oral Interpretative Reading
Identifying Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns
Writing an Alternative Ending
Recognizing Cause and Effect Relationships
Understanding Homophones
Distinguishing Generalizations from Specific Statements
Reading Between the Lines
Using Gerunds and Participles
Identifying Relationship among Ideas
Matching Topics with Stanzas
Mastering Archaic Meanings
Distinguishing Between Formal and Informal Definitions
Appreciating and Enjoying the Sense and Melody of Poetic Passages on Love
Understanding Different Types of Reading
Recognizing Classical Roots
Creating a Cluster Map
Selections:
Major Writers of Rome
Aeneid: A Summary
The Stratagem of the Wooden Horse and the Fall of Troy
To Licinius
From Bad to Worse
Playing Safe
What Difference
A Hinted Wish
Procrastination
The Enchiridion
St. Pauls Letter to the Corinthians
Greek and Roman Influence
Unit 2: The Early European Literature
Lesson 1: The German Epic
Comparing a Movie Adaptation to the Original Epic
Understanding the Opera
Recalling Past Readings with Similarities to the Present Selection
Discriminating between Positive and Negative Values
Learning Expressions that Affirm or Negate
Employing Critical Reading
Delivering a Speech
Identifying Technical and Operational Definitions
Selections:
Introduction
The Nibelungenlied: A Summary
The Death of Siegfried
Lesson 2: The French Epic
Researching about a Historical Person

Assessing Audio and Video Materials for Unsupported Generalizations,


prejudices, and Biases
Evaluating a Video Summary of an Epic
Learning French Words
Using Discourse Markers to Signal Functions of Statements
Identifying Cause and Effect Relationship
Detecting Propaganda
Selections:
The Song of Roland: A Summary
The Death of Roland
Lesson 3: The European Renaissance
Participating in a Panel Discussion
Acknowledging Sources
Giving a Speech
Understanding Argumentation and Debate
Learning about Advertising
Understanding Parliamentary Procedure
Participating in a Group Discussion
Selections:
The Age of Renaissance
Don Quixote
Unit 3: Getting into the Short Story
Lesson 1: Stories and Storytelling
Understanding the Short Story, the Purpose of Fiction, the Story and the Reader,
Literature and Reader Response, The Nature of a Story, the Poetic Prose
Identifying the Elements of a Short Story
Predicting a Storyline from a Video Excerpt
Extracting the Authors Purpose
Writing Dialogues
Understanding Structures of Modification
Understanding Illustrations and Graphs
Noting Sensory Details
Understanding and Using Similes
Understanding Pictures
Selections:
Introduction
Our Ladys Juggler
The Lottery Ticket
Adios, Cordera!
My Donkey and I
Lesson 2: The Elements of a Short Story
Understanding the Elements of a Story
Identifying Errors in Sentences
Writing Expanded Definitions
Using Expressions for Giving Opinions
Identifying Verbal Relationships
Comparing Interpretations
Changing Parts of a Story into a Script
Mastering Indirect Discourse
Understanding and interpreting Various Kinds of Graphs
Perceiving Literary Values

Extracting the Theme


Selections:
Creole Democracy
The Necklace
The Smith who could not Get into Hell
Unit 4: Appreciating Poetry and Other Literary Types
Lesson 1: Poetry
Identifying the Elements of Poetry
Visualizing Descriptive Passages
Identifying and Appreciating the Different Kinds of Poetry
Studying Poetry: Sense in a Poem, Rhythm in Poetry, Meter in Poetry, The Use of
Sound in Poetry, Tone Color in a Poem
Identifying the Figures of Speech
Selections:
Introduction
Psalm 1
The Life Removed
The Charcoal Burners Son
O Lovely Fishermaiden
The Erl-King
More Strong than Time
A Workingman Asks Questions as He Reads
Brazil
Lesson 2: The Essay and the Research Paper
Getting into the Essay
Identifying the Kinds of essay
Writing the Essay
Preparing the Research Paper
Preparing an Annotated Bibliography
Distinguishing Facts from Beliefs
Getting Information from Newspapers
Getting Information from the Internet
Evaluating the Accuracy of Given Information
Gathering Data Using Different Kinds of Notes
Preparing an Outline of the Paper
Synthesizing Essential Information and Drawing Conclusions about an Issue
Following Correct Format for the Endnotes and Bibliography
Selections:
About Work
Thoughts
The Social Philosophy of Jose Rizal (A Research Paper)
Lesson 3: Other Literary Types
Learning About Radio Plays
Getting into the Drama
Getting into the Novel
Understanding the Historical Account
Understanding the Film
Understanding the Book Review
Knowing what to Do when Looking for Work
Selections:
Introduction

Homework (A Radio Play)


Seventy-Seven Hours in February
A Filipino Candidate in Hawaii

Prepared By:

Ms. Ma. Elena C. Umali


English Teacher

SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY


Mabini St. San Sebastian, Hagonoy, Bulacan
Tel. No. 931-1460

SEC Registration No. CS200706588

SYLLABUS:
ESP 10
S.Y. 2015-2016
Course Description:
Ang Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP) ay isa sa mga asignatura ng Pinaunlad na
Programa ng Batayang Edukasyon na K to 12 na gagabay at huhubog sa mga kabataan. Tunguhin
nito ang paghubog ng kabataang nagpapasya at kumikilos nang mapanagutan tungo sa
kabutihang panlahat. Nangangahulugan ito na lilinangin at pauunlarin ang pagkataong etikal ng
bawat mag-aaral. Upang maipamalas ito, kailangang magtaglay siya ng limang pangunahing
kakayahan (macro skills): pag-unawa, pagninilay, pagsangguni, pagpapasya at pagkilos.
Nililinang sa apat na tema sa bawat antas mula Kindergarten hanggang Baitang 10 ang mga
pangunahing kakayahang ito: (a) Pananagutang Pansarili at Mabuting Kasapi ng Pamilya, (b)
Pakikipagkapwa-tao, (c) Paggawa Tungo sa Pambansang Pag-unlad at Pakikibahagi sa
Pandaigdigang Pagkakaisa, at (d) Pananalig at Pagmamahal sa Diyos at Paninindigan sa
Kabutihan.
Grade & Section: 10 - Faith
Learning Objectives:
Pangkalahatang Pamantayan
Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa pagkatao ng tao,
makataong kilos, pagpapahalagang moral at mga isyung moral at nagpapasya at kumikilos nang
may preperensya sa kabutihan upang maging matatag sa gitna ng mga isyung moral at
impluwensya ng kapaligiran.

UNANG MARKAHAN:
Ang Moral na Pagkatao

IKALAWANG
MARKAHAN:
Ang Makataong Kilos

IKATLONG MARKAHAN:
Mga Pangunahing Birtud at
Pagpapahalagang Moral

PAMANTAYANG
PANGNILALAMAN
Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral
ang pag-unawa sa mga
konsepto tungkol sa pagkatao
ng tao upang makapagpasya
at kumilos nang may
preperensya sa kabutihan.
Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral
ang pag-unawa sa mga
konsepto tungkol sa
makataong kilos upang
makapagpasya nang may
preperensya sa kabutihan sa
gitna ng mga isyung moral at
impluwenysa ng kapaligiran.
Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral
ang pag-unawa sa mga
konsepto tungkol sa mga
pagpapahalagang moral
upang makapagpasya at
makakilos tungo sa
makabuluhan at mabuting

BATAYANG KONSEPTO
Ang pag-unawa sa
kahalagahan ng pagkilos
ayon sa pagkatao ng tao ay
daan tungo sa pagiging moral
na nilalang.
Ang pag-unawa sa konsepto
ng moralidad ng kilos ay
gabay sa pagpili ng moral na
pasya at kilos sa gitna ng mga
isyung moral at impluwensya
ng kapaligiran.

Ang pag-unawa sa mga


konsepto tungkol sa mga
pagpapahalagang moral ay
kailangan upang
makapagpasya at makakilos
nang may preperensya sa
kabutihan.

IKAAPAT NA
MARKAHAN:
Ang Aking Posisyon sa mga
Isyung Moral

pakikipag-ugnayan sa Diyos,
sa kapwa at sa kapaligiran.
Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral
ang pag-unawa sa mga isyung
moral upang magkaroon ng
matatag na paninindigan sa
kabutihan sa gitna ng ibat
ibang pananaw sa mga isyung
ito at mga impluwensya ng
kapaligiran.

Ang pag-unawa sa mga


isyung moral ay nakatutulong
sa pagbuo ng
mapaninindigang pananaw
batay sa apat na nauunang
mabuting ugali (cardinal
virtues) at anim na
pangunahing
pagpapahalagang moral (core
moral values).

Required Texts:
De Jesus, Ma. Belen B. Transformative Values Education Series: Creating Harmony in the
Universe. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House, Inc., 2015
Grading System:
Written Works
Performance Tasks
Quarterly Assessments

30%
50%
20%

Contents:
Unit 1: My Self in Harmony with the Universe
Lesson 1: The Writers of the Dark Walls
Lesson 2: Reading between the Lines
Lesson 3: You are the Salt of the Earth!
Lesson 4: Sapat is Enough!
Lesson 5: The Inner Cop
Lesson 6: My Actions Speak of my Being
Lesson 7: Last Flight of the Equinox
Lesson 8: Of Being and Becoming
Lesson 9: Getting to Know My Moral Self
Lesson 10: Living a Life that Matters
Unit 2: The New Cosmology
Lesson 1: Before the World Was, I am
Lesson 2: Morality in a Globalized World
Lesson 3: The Person-Action Experience
Lesson 4: What I am and what I can be
Lesson 5: Walking the Path to Goodness
Lesson 6: Pact, Man!
Lesson 7: Spirit Warrior!
Lesson 8: The Making of the Person of human Action
Lesson 9: The Butterfly Effect
Lesson 10: The Product of Interconnectivity
Lesson 11: Choosing the Good to be Good
Unit 3: Living a Moral Life in a Contemporary Society
Lesson 1: God is with the Cosmos, God is with Me
Lesson 2: The Cosmos in Me
Lesson 3: Chaos and Harmony
Lesson 4: From Call to Violence to Call to Peace

Lesson 5: Goodbye War, Hello Peace


Lesson 6: Are the OFWs True Heroes/ Heroines of the New Millenium?
Lesson 7: Technical Globalization and Communication
Lesson 8: Trade Liberalization and Economic Progress
Lesson 9: Unlocking the Great Cosmic Code
Lesson 10: My Rights and Duties in a Global Village
Unit 4: The Youth: Signs of Hope
Lesson 1: Moving Beyond the Walls
Lesson 2: The Big Game Plan
Lesson 3: When the Doves Return
Lesson 4: The Value and Meaning of Life
Lesson 5: Wanted: Stewards!
Lesson 6: Steward, Not Lord
Lesson 7: Prostitution: Worldwide Violence Against Human Dignity
Lesson 8: The Phenomenon of Street Children: An Aftereffect of Globalized Poverty
Lesson 9: Please, respect Me
Lesson 10: The Awakening
Lesson 11: Stand for the Truth, Speak the Truth!

Prepared By:

Ms. Ma. Elena C. Umali


ESP Teacher