Language Education

Master of Arts in Language Teaching
DIPLOMA/MASTER OF ARTS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Approved:    BOR. No. 83, s. 1980

Revisions: BOR No.  2000-036, s. 2000

BOR No. 2003-093, s. 2003

BOR No. 2010-41, s. 2010

BOR No. 2011-10, s. 2011

Course Code

Descriptive Title

Pre-requisites/ Co-requisites

Lec

Lab

Units

CORE/FOUNDATION SUBJECTS (12 units)
EDF 200 History and Philosophy of Education

None

3

3

EDF 201 Foundations of Education (Socio-Anthro-Psycho)

None

3

3

EDF 202 Methods of Research

None

3

3

EDF 203 Statistics in Education

None

3

3

MAJOR SUBJECTS (18 units)
EDL 210 Grammar for English Teachers

None

3

3

EDL 211 Grammar for Filipino Teachers

None

3

3

EDL 212 Phonology for Teachers

None

2

1

3

EDL 213 Theories, Principles & Research in Language Learning

None

3

3

EDL 214 Teaching Reading & Literature

None

3

3

EDL 215 Preparation & Evaluation of Teaching and Testing Materials

210/211

 213, 214

3

3

Ling 198 Introduction to Linguistics

None

3

3

ELECTIVE/COGNATE SUBJECTS (9 units)
EDL 220 English for Academic Purposes or Filipino sa Tanging Gamit

210/211

 213, 214

3

3

EDL 221 Management of Language Program

None

3

3

EDL 222 Sociolinguistics

None

3

3

EDL 223 Language Teaching Methodology

None

3

3

EDL 224 Advanced Literary Criticism

None

3

3

Institutional Requirements (4 units)
EDMT 227* Basic Information Technology & Management System

None

3

3

GS 299* Thesis Graduate Seminar

All Academic Subjects

1

1

Minor Subjects (Optional) (9 units)

For those who do not want to follow the straight curriculum and opt to minor in allied/career-related program, they should enroll 9 units from the major subjects of the said program subject to the approval of the college (Graduate Program Committee).

 

Cluster A: Educational Management/Development Administration/

Human Resource Development & Planning

Cluster B: Science/Mathematics Education/Biology

Cluster C: Guidance and Counseling/Special Education

Cluster D: Physical Education/Teaching Music

Cluster E: Technology & Home Economics

 

Core/Foundation Subjects – 12 UNITS

 

EDF 200 – History and Philosophy of Education. This course covers a thorough analysis and survey on the various philosophical orientations as they are related to the theory of knowledge.

 

EDF 201 – Foundations of Education.  This course covers sociological, psychological, and anthropological aspects of the educational system, stressing the educational structure, the teaching-learning processes, human behavior and development, individual differences and the dynamics of learning, motivating, and measurement and evaluation.

 

EDF 202- Methods of Research. This course focuses on research processes and methodology which includes research conceptualization/planning, problem and hypothesis formulation, research design, data analysis, presentation, writing and reporting.  It also includes model and theory testing and building.

 

EDF 203- Statistics in Education. This lecture-practicum course deals with statistical methods and principles as they apply to education, psychology, sciences agriculture, business, and others. It covers descriptive and inferential statistics needed to interpret data and solve research problems. It deals with the principles, theories, and processes of selection and use of statistics and statistical test for summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting research data.

 

 

Major Subjects – 18 units

 

EDL 210 – Grammar for English Teachers. This course focuses on grammatical features of contemporary English and their use in authentic discourse particularly in the written medium. This course also acquaints  students with the “philosophy” behind the teaching of English grammar to second language learners, and at the same time familiarizes them with how this “philosophy” is applied to classroom teaching/learning situation.

 

EDL 211 – Grammar for Filipino Teachers. This course focuses on grammatical features of contemporary Filipino and their use in authentic discourse particularly in the written medium. This course also acquaints  students with the “philosophy” behind the teaching of Filipino grammar to second language learners, and at the same time familiarizes them with how this “philosophy” is applied to classroom teaching/learning situation.

 

EDL 212 – Phonology for Teachers. This course is designed to improve and enhance the students’ capability as phonetics teacher by acquainting them with the latest version of the commonly used phonetic alphabet, the International Phonetic Alphabet, the distinctive features of the segmental phonemes (the consonants and vowels) and suprasegmental phonemes (stress, pitch, juncture, intonation) as well as syllabic phonology.

 

EDL 213 – Theories, Principles and Research in Language Learning. This course covers the different theories and principles underlying language learning, learner variables, and others. It also deals with findings of psychological researches that are relevant to the methodology and techniques of language teaching.

 

 

EDL 214 – Teaching Reading and Literature.  The course deals with the concepts of reading, detection, and diagnosis of reading problems, and the employment of reading strategies and reading skills development at different levels. It also focuses on the development of literary appreciation and competence in making scholarly analysis of literary texts.

 

EDL 214 – Preparation and Evaluation of Teaching and Testing Materials.  It is the incorporation of the theory and practice of instructional materials design and preparation with special reference to the development of materials for language teaching in support of curricula and syllabi of different kinds appropriate to the needs of the teachers.

 

Ling. 198- Introduction to Linguistics.  This course deals with different linguistics theories namely: structuralism or descriptive linguistics, transformational-generative grammar, case grammar, and others. It also acquaints the students with the recent developments in linguistics, phonology, syntax, semantics, and allied disciplines in linguistics.

 

Elective/Cognate Subjects – 9 units

 

EDL 220 – English for Academic Purposes.  This course covers the teaching of communication skills in English which are required for study purposes. It covers the scope of EAP, approaches, development, issues, and research findings, as well as area-specific language that are relevant to EAP teachers, including the production of teaching materials.

EDL 221 -Management of Language Program. This course deals with the study of basic management theories and concepts with particular emphasis in the planning and management of language instructional programs in both basic and higher education.

 

EDL 222 – Sociolinguistics. This course deals with the study of language in a given society. It covers topics in pragmatics, speech acts, and language functions and research studies on the interrelationship of culture and language in a social situation.

 

EDL 223 – Language Teaching Methodology. This course covers the history and various methods and techniques of language teaching. It also presents the principles underlying the methods and suggested activities to develop the different language skills.

 

EDL 224 – Advanced Literary Criticism. This course deals with analysis of literary texts and study of the works of literary critics.  It equips teachers with different literary lenses covering both intrinsic and extrinsic approaches to literary criticism. The intrinsic approaches include traditional criticism, formalism, structuralism, and modern criticism including post-structuralism, Marxism, semiotics, deconstruction theory,. The extrinsic approaches include the sociological, psychological, philosophical, biographical, and historical approaches.

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

 

EDMT 237 – Basic Information Technology and Management System.  This course deals with the fundamental concepts of computer and the utilization of computer system and software to produce quality reports, information sheets, slides and presentations. It includes topics on trends in information technology, operating systems, and word processing using MS Word, electronic spreadsheet using MS Excel, and electronic presentation using MS PowerPoint.

 

 

GS 299 – Graduate Seminar. This is a preparatory course in the conceptualization, development, and writing of thesis following standards in research in terms of design, format, language, and style.  It includes oral presentation and discussion of current researches in the discipline.   

 

 

 

 

 

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