Course Plan in English 1
The course enhances the students' mastery of the basic communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Interactive activities have been designed to develop critical thinking and collaboration among students.
Course Intended Learning Outcomes
After completing this course, the students should be able to:
read, analyze, interpret texts and non-prose forms
write critical notes
react confidently to various texts read and situations encountered
resolve collaboratively the issues emerging from reading texts discussed in class
apply critical thinking in varied situations
COURSE PLAN IN ENGLISH 1
Managing the Basic Demands of College Life
Effective study habits meet the demands of college life.
Maximizing the use of information resources ensures success in life.
How do you cope with the demands of your different college courses?
How do you maximize the information resources available to you to ensure success in your student life and (later on) professional life?
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
Teaching/Learning Activities (TLAs)
Assessment Tasks (ATs)
Demonstrate understanding of the importance of library
Types of Library classifications
Types of bibliography
Using the resources of the library
Differentiate the types of library classification, the Dewey Decimal system and the Library of Congress, in order to construct bibliography entries for effective use of library resources
library orientation & visit
Small Group :
Preparing working bibliography cards
and annotated bibliography for the topic (learning styles)
Preparing a working bibliography
Demonstrate understanding of the importance of effective study skills
Using learning style inventories (LSI)
Assess the effectiveness of one's personal learning styles, based on existing learning style...