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Document Code : FM-MFI-05-106

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Course / Subject / Seminar: Duration/Total number of Hours S.Y.


Reading and Writing Skills 80 hours 2017-2018
Department/Technology: Developed by: Semester
Senior High School Ms. Brenfel Castillo-Hajan 1st
Subject/Course Description:
This course aims to develop students’ reading and writing skills to be applied in a wide range of materials and practical
exercises other than poetry, fiction and drama.
General Objectives:
At the end of this course, the students are expected to:
1. demonstrate realizations that information in a written text may be selected and organized to achieve particular
purpose;
2. distinguish the relationship of a written text and the context in which it was developed;
3. apply the necessary requirements of composing academic writing and professional correspondence; and
4. produce each type of academic writing and professional correspondence following the properties of well-
written texts and process approach to writing.
Weekly/Daily Schedule
Week Topic/Subtopic Week Topic/Subtopic
Introduction to Reading and Writing Reading and Writing a Descriptive Text Type
1. Genre Forms, Text Features, and 1. Characteristics of Descriptive essay
1 11
Structures 2. Writing descriptive essay
2. Patterns of Development
Reading and Responding to Literature
Critical Reading and Thinking Strategies 1. Characteristics of a Short Story
2 1. Reading Strategies 12 2. Writing a Response to a Short Story
2. Critical Reading and Thinking 3. Writing a Descriptive Short Story

Introduction to Letter Writing


Types of Writing 1. Parts of a Personal Letter
3 1. Genre as Type of Writing 13 2. Formats of Letter Writing
2. Workplace and Technical Writing 3. Qualities of Effective Personal Letters
4. Writing a Letter to Parents/Teachers
Business Correspondence
The Writing Process
1. Types of Formats of Business Letter
4 1. Stages in Writing Process 14
Writing
2. Components of Good Writing
2. Qualities of Effective Business Letters
Reading and Writing Narrative Text Types
1. Characteristics of a Personal Essay
Business Correspondence:
2. Reading a Personal Essay: Coming to
5 15 1. Writing a Complaint Letter
an Awareness of Language by
2. Writing a Letter of Response
Malcolm X
3. Writing a Personal Essay/Memoir
Reading and Writing Expository Text Types
Business Correspondence:
1. Characteristics of a Comparison-and-
1. Writing a Memo, Announcement, etc.,
Contrast Essay
6 16 2. Office Correspondence through E-mail
2. Reading a Personal Essay: A fable for
Tomorrow by Rachel Carson
3. Writing a Credo
Reading and Writing a Persuasion Text Type Business Correspondence:
1. Writing a Persuasive Essay 1. Creating Building Blocks for Resume
7 17
2. Active Strategies for Reading an 2. Guides in Writing an Effective Resume
Editorial Column
Explicit and Implicit Claims in a Text
Writing a Letter of Application:
1. Extracting implicitly stated claims from
8 18 1. Writing a Resume
a written texts
2. Writing a Cover Letter

Determining Textual Evidence


9 1. Formulating Evaluative Statements 19 Mock Job Interview

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Document Code : FM-MFI-05-106
MFI Revision No. : 0
Foundation,
Inc.
Topic Schedule Date Effective : Nov 7 2016
Page No. : 2 of 2

Course / Subject / Seminar: Duration/Total number of Hours S.Y.


Reading and Writing Skills 80 hours 2017-2018
Department/Technology: Developed by: Semester
Senior High School Ms. Brenfel Castillo-Hajan 1st

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Date accomplished: Reviewed by Business Unit Head / Manager (name and signature):
June 26, 2017 Mr. Michael V. Cleofe

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