OUR LADY OF THE PILLAR COLLEGE- SAN MANUEL INCORPORATED San Manuel, Isabela COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION COURSE SYLLABUS First Semester, A.Y. 2019-2020 I. COURSE IDENTIFICATION Course Code: EL 108 Course Title: Teaching and Assessment of Grammar Pre-requisite: EL 102- Structure of English Credit: 3 units II. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course engages learners in understanding the distinctions between and among four types of grammar, functional, prescriptive, descriptive and pedagogic. Aside from the emphasis on how teaching and assessment vary considering the four types, the course also provides opportunities to discover the role of grammar in achieving communicative competence. III. OLPC-SMI VISION: OLPCC, a Catholic college, as an evangelizing arm of the local church, envisions a totally transformed community. OLPC-SMI MISSION: Thus, OLPCC as a sharer in the life and mission of the local church commits to: a. Provide equal opportunity and access to quality education integrating Gospel and Filipino values, responsive and relevant to the needs of the times; b. Create in the school community an atmosphere and opportunities for individual transformation that lead to Christian community living; and c. Reach out to people enriching their faith-life experience needed in building a just and humane society. OLPC-SMI CORE VALUES: P eople-oriented with preferential option for the poor I nsistent passion for excellence L oyal to the school and team work oriented L ife-long learners A ccountable and Christ-centered R esponsible Filipino citizen with social concern for gender equality and environmental consciousness
COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION PHILOSPHY, VISION AND MISSION: PHILOSOPHY: Guided by the institutional Pillarican philosophy of education, the College of Teacher Education believes that the holistic development of any learners is the interplay of the school, the home, and the community. Thus, the learner needs to be nurtured by these three entities in order to be transformed into a Christian person who can contribute to the realization of the institutional and national goals of education including the perpetuation of Filipino and cultural heritage. VISION: Anchored from the vision of the institution, the College of Teacher Education envisions itself to be a catalyst in transforming students into competent, proficient, and innovative teachers imbued with Pillarican core values. MISSION: The College of Education commits to: a. Provide fruitful meaning and productive learning opportunities to prospective information technology students to develop them to become experts in the field embedded with Pillarican values. b. Create in the school and larger community opportunities in order for students to apply theories in the actual field.
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