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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY

Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

COURSE SYLLABUS (English 134)


English for Specific Purposes

Vision A premier institution of innovative and ethical leaders for sustainable development.
Mandate The University shall primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in the fields of
education, arts and sciences, public administration, information technology, accountancy, law and other relevant field of study. It shall
also promote research and extension service, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.
Quality Policy Bukidnon State University is committed to produce globally competitive and responsible graduates through excellent instruction,
responsive research, sustainable extension and quality production for the highest satisfaction of its stakeholders.
Core Values Integrity, Pursuit of Excellence, Commitment, Cultural Sensitivity, Competence
Program Outcomes for 1. Articulate the relationship of education to larger historical, social, cultural and political processes.
Teacher Education 2. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies in various types of environment.
3. Develop alternative teaching approaches for diverse learners.
4. Apply skills in curriculum development, lesson planning, material development, instructional delivery and educational
assessment.
5. Demonstrate basic and higher levels of thinking skills in planning, assessing and reporting.
6. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards to respond to the demands of the community.
7. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth.
Program Goals for 1. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of elementary learners.
BEEd 2. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the elementary curriculum.
3. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the elementary level to enhance teaching and learning.
4. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure elementary learning outcomes.
Program Goals for 1. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of adolescent learners.
BSEd 2. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the elementary curriculum.
3. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the secondary level to enhance teaching and learning.
4. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure elementary learning outcomes.

Course Name English for Specific Purposes


Course Credit 3 units
Course Description This course introduces the prospective teacher to the basics of English and purposes this language serves. This course focuses on how
one can use language in the teaching profession, academically and functionally. Students are honed in terms of the skills they need to
possess as they graduate from college, this course aims to prepare them for what is to come and what they have to do as they enter the
profession.

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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY
Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

Contact Hours 54 Hours


Pre-requisite None
Course Objectives At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
1. Recognize the functions, faces and aspects of the English language and its relation to teacher education;
2. Clearly situate the role of English language in achieving personal and professional growth;
3. Construct possible ways through personal educational scale by which one can help the betterment of the society
with English language as its tool.

Course Outline Course Content/ Subject Matter


Week 1 I. BukSU VMGO
Week 3 II. Introduction
1. What is ESP?
2. How is it different from General English?
3. What are its absolute and relative characteristics?
4. What are types of ESP?
III. English for Academic Purposes
1. Standard English: Formal and Informal
2. Formal Varieties
3. Informal Varieties
4. Informal and Colloquial words
5. Slang
6. Gender and Pronoun Choice
7. Politically correct words
Week 4 IV. English for Occupational Purposes
1. Business Letter Vs. Friendly Letter
2. Parts of a business letter & friendly letter
3. Types of business letter
4. Forms of business letter
5. Punctuation styles used in writing business letters
Week 5 6. Application Letter
7. Resume
Week 5 8. Video Application

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9. Notice of the meeting


10. Agenda of the meeting
11. Business Meeting: Parts and Procedure
12. Minutes of the meeting
13. Memorandum
Week 6 14. Dialogues in the workplace
Week 6-8 15. Lesson Planning on the use of English Language
Week 9 16. Review through summary statement formulation
17. Report Writing
18. Narrative report
19. Incident Report
Week 10 20. Telephony
21. Texting
22. Internet Usage/ Netiquette
Week 10 23. Email writing, blogging, v-logging, You-tube experience
Week 11-12 24. Audio-visual Presentation
25. Video conferencing
Week 13-16 26. Honing Hosting and Emceeing Skills
Week 17-18 27. Online Teaching and the online teacher

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES LEARNING PLAN

Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Assessment Task Time Table
(DLO) Subject Matter References Activities (ATs)
At the end of the lesson, the students I. Mandate BukSU Manual Brainstorming Group Presentation 3 hrs.
must have: A. Vision, Group Presentation
Mission,
Interpreted the university VMGO and give Quality
a specific real-life examples where the Policy, and
VMGO is manifested. Core Values

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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY
Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Assessment Task Time Table
(DLO) Subject Matter References Activities (ATs)
At the end of the lesson, the students Ramirez (2015), Lecture and Discussion Paper and pencil test 5 hrs
must have: II. Introduction English for Specific
to ESP Purposes: Brief Advance reading Group presentation of
Discussed similarities and differences History and graphic organizers (e.g.
between General English and English for A. History of Definitions. Revista Group discussion Venn diagram, etc) to show
Specific Purposes through the use of ESP de Lenguas similarities and differences
B. Types and Modernas between ESP and GE
mother tongue, Filipino and English to
Branches of
facilitate learning. (1.6.1) ESP Basturkmen, H.
C. Differences (2006). Ideas and
Differentiated General English from and Options in English
English for Specific purposes. similarities for Specific
of ESP and Purposes. London
Identified the different functions and GE and
purposes of the English language. New jersey: ESL
and Applied
Linguistic
Professional Series:
Eli Hinkel, Edition.

Johns, A. M.
(1991). English for
specific purposes
(ESP): Its history
and contribu-
tions. M. Celce-
Murcia (Ed.),
Teaching English
as a second or
foreign language.
Boston:
Heinle & Heinle.

Lamri, C. E. 2016.
An Introduction to
English for Specific
Purposes. Abou
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Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

university –
Tlemcen
Faculty of Arts and
Languages
Department of
English

Desired Learning Outcomes (DLO) Course Content/ Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Assessment Task Time Table
Subject Matter References Activities (ATs)
At the end of the lesson, the students III. Standard The Macmillan Advance Reading Paper and Pen Test 3 Hrs.
must have: English: Handbook of Discussion
Formal and English
Defined standard English from a non- Informal Canadian Edition
standard English A. Formal
Varieties
Distinguished formal from informal B. Informal
varieties of English Varieties
C. Informal and
Identify colloquial and slang words Colloquial
words
D. Slang

Desired Learning Outcomes (DLO) Course Content/ Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Assessment Task Time Table
Subject Matter References Activities (ATs)
At the end of the lesson, the students IV. Gender and The Macmillan Discussion Role Play 4 Hrs.
must have: Pronoun Handbook of Video Presentation Paper and Pencil Test
Choice English
Discussed the importance of Gender and V. Politically Canadian Edition
Pronoun Choice and politically correct correct words
words.

Used politically correct words in a given


situation

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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY
Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

Desired Learning Outcomes (DLO) Course Content/ Textbooks/ Teaching and Learning Assessment Task Time Table
Subject Matter References Activities (ATs)
At the end of the course, the students Mansor, N. (2010). Use of PowerPoint A. Business Letters 39 Hrs.
must have: English for presentation B. Friendly Letter
II. English for Occupational C. Resume
Demonstrated content knowledge and Occupational Purposes. Lecture and Discussion D. Job application letter
application on the purposes and Purposes Universiti Malaysia E. Video Application
features of the register of Terengganu 21030 Writing composition F. Notice of the meeting
communication in workplaces. (1.1.1) Kuala Terengganu practice G. Agenda of the
2010  Outlining meeting
Gained critical thinking (1.5.1) and  Drafting H. Business Meeting;
writing skills to adapt communication Uychoco, M. T. & Parts and Procedure
style and language to different Santos, M. L. video watching of sample I. Minutes of the
professional contexts. (2018). video resume meeting
Communication J. Memorandum
Demonstrated an understanding of the For Society: Simulation on answering K. Dialogues in the
range of nonverbal (1.7.1) professional Purposive work place
job interview questions
correspondence and basic workplace Communication. L. Lesson Planning
documents in activities that stimulate REX Book Store, M. Report Writing
Group discussion and
what happens the real workplace. GEC series, OBE N. Telephony
first edition presentation O. Email writing,
Write effective cover letter and resume blogging, V-logging &
based on the guidelines for the job Seminar Workshop Youtube experience
application process. P. Audio Visual
Simulation Presentation
Effectively introduce oneself and answer Q. Emceeing
questions in a scenario in a scenario Virtual Teaching and
simulating interview.

Construct basic workplace documents


based on the principles of
corporate/professional communication.

**This syllabus is made based on four major considerations 1. Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers: 2. Mission; 3.Vision; and
4. Quality Policy of Bukidnon State University. Any revisions thereof should then be anchored on the four major considerations**

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BUKIDNON STATE UNIVERSITY
Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, 8700 Tel (088) 221-2196 loc 111; TeleFax (088) 813-2717
www.buksu.edu.ph

Prepared by:

EMENHEIL EARL EDULSA


Instructor I

Reviewed by:

RONALD A. FRANCISCO DAISY C. MUGOT DESIREE A. BARROSO


BECE Program Chairperson BEE Program Chairperson BSE Program Chairperson

Approved by:

Dr. MERCIDITA S. VILLAMAYOR Dr. ESTELA C. ITAAS


COE Dean VPAA

Created: May 11, 2018

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