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  1. 1. THIRD YEAR ENGLISH LEARNING COMPETENCIES FIRST GRADING
  2. 2. L I S T E N I N G
  3. 3. LISTENING <ul><li>Shift from one listening strategy to another depending on the text and one's purpose for listening
  4. 4. Use attentive listening with informative texts and analytical and critical listening with argumentative texts
  5. 5. Single out reasons cited in argumentative texts and assess the worth of ideas presented based on a set of criteria
  6. 6. Determine whether arguments and conclusions are logical or illogical
  7. 7. Determine the stand of a speaker on a given issue </li></ul>
  8. 8. <ul><li>Determine the assumptions underlying the arguments of a speaker
  9. 9. Pick out discrepancies and inconcistencies in supporting ideas
  10. 10. Determine the effectiveness of closing statements in arguments
  11. 11. Determine the information map suited to informative classificatory texts (tree diagrams),informative process texts (flow charts) and contrastive argumentative texts </li></ul>
  12. 12. <ul><li>Listen to get the different sides of social,moral and economic issues affecting the nation presented in panel discussions
  13. 13. Identify the speaker's stand on an issue by noting explicit and implicit signals
  14. 14. Compare the stand and attitudes of newscasters and panel discussants </li></ul>
  15. 15. S P E A K I N G
  16. 16. <ul><li>Give a persuassive talk on an issue adjusting one's rate/volume of speaking and register to suit the topic,audience, and setting in a communication situation
  17. 17. Use pausing and a slow rate of speech to signal important points in one's talk
  18. 18. Use explicit signals (e.g. “This is important...”) to underscore or highlight a point in one's talk </li></ul>
  19. 19. R E A D I N G
  20. 20. <ul><li>Gather data using library resources,newspapers,other print materials (periodicals,brochures,pamphlets) and non-print resources like audio and video tapes
  21. 21. Use general references in the library to gather data
  22. 22. Classify data from general sources of information </li></ul>
  23. 23. <ul><li>Get information from print media like brochures,pamhplets,periodicals and audio-video recordings </li></ul>
  24. 24. W R I T I N G
  25. 25. <ul><li>Fill out forms in line with business promotions and give information concerning group undertakings and activities
  26. 26. Accomplish business promotion forms
  27. 27. Prepare notices,agenda and minutes of meetings
  28. 28. Call attention to school events and drives </li></ul>
  29. 29. L I T E R A T U R E
  30. 30. <ul><li>Demonstrate understanding and appreciation of varied genres focusing on the contributions of British and American literature (i.e. sonnets,short stories,etc.)
  31. 31. Note the form and functions of different types and subtypes of literary texts
  32. 32. Point out relationships of time,place,cause-effect,general concepts,examples,analogy,etc. used by the writer to underscore the theme of the selection </li></ul>
  33. 33. <ul><li>Point out the sequencing of details and account for such sequencing
  34. 34. Trace the development of character and conflict in narratives and dramas,and discuss the devices used to achieve unity of effect
  35. 35. Differentiate comedy from tragedy,and formal from informal essays
  36. 36. Determine the objective of the author and the means employed to attain them </li></ul>
  37. 37. <ul><li>Explain the use of dramatic devices
  38. 38. Single out the devices employed in fiction and non-fiction works (foreshadowing,flashbacks,figurative languange,etc.) used by the author for intellectual,emotional and aesthetic purposes
  39. 39. Interpret and explain figurative language used to achieve certain effects and assess it in the light of its contributions to the overall theme of the selection </li></ul>

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