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DEPARTMENTAL OUTLINE
ECSG 1101
 

I. GENERAL INFORMATION
 

II. COURSE DESCRIPTION III. OBJECTIVES

     A. General

      B. Specific IV. CONTENTS

 This course will integrate the four language arts emphasizing oral  communication skills.

 
TOPICS  TIME ALLOTMENT 
VERB "BE" UNITS 1, 2, 3, 17  TOPIC I   10% - 2 WEEKS
PROGRESSIVE TENSES UNITS 15 TEACHER-MADE MATERIALS ON PAST PROGRESSIVE  TOPIC II   10% - 2 WEEKS 
NOUNS, POSSESSIVES QUANTIFIERS ARTICLES, EXPLETIVES UNITS 4, 6, 7, 11  TOPIC III  15% - 3 WEEKS 
SIMPLE TENSES (PRESENT, PAST, FUTURE)      UNITS 8, 9, 18, 20  TOPIC IV  40% - 5 WEEKS 
ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS  UNITS 12, 22, 23, 24  TOPIC V   25% - 3 WEEKS
 
 

V. TEACHING STRATEGIES

 The professor will use a variety of teaching strategies reflecting the Institutional Mission directed towards total quality (TQ) and continuous evaluation (assessment).  These will include at least 10 of the following:

  *Required
 

VI. EVALUATION

     A. Oral Presentations

          The professor will use at least two (2) of the following:

     B. Written      C. Assessment Techniques      D. Total Quality Tool VII. MATERIALS

     A. Textbook and Workbook:

     B. Audio-visual Resources

          1. Videos (from Audiovisual Department or Rented)

          2. Cassettes
          3. Picture Cards (Lonon, Linda & Lee, Linda. The Multicultural Workshop, Book 1; Heinle & Heinle Publishers, A Division of  Wadsworth, Inc. Boston, Massachusetts, USA
          4. CD Roms
          5. Transparencies

     C. Supplementary readings from:

     D. Bibliography

          Will be distributed by the first week of September.
 

VIII. CLASSROOM PROCEDURES

     A. Make-ups

        No make-ups will be given unless an official (medical, legal, military, etc.)  written excuse is presented to the professor.  Follow each professor's indications as to the date and procedure for taking make-up exams.

     B. Tardiness

        Students are expected to attend class on time.  However, if they are a few minutes late, they may enter class.  Avoid making this a common practice.

     C. Attendance

          Students are expected to attend class and participate actively in classroom activities.  They are responsible for all the material and assignments given in class during their absences.

     D. Class Textbooks and Materials

         All students must have their books and materials.  Follow each professor's indications.

     E. Dress Code

          It is a good idea for potential professionals to develop the habit of dressing appropriately.

 Other procedures may be added, if necessary, during the course of the  semester.
 

REVISED: AUGUST 1997

NEXT REVISION: AUGUST 2000
 

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