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Intro to Stylistics Course Outline


NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
BATAD CAMPUS
Batad, Iloilo

TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
SY 2012-2013
First Semester

            Course Outline in    :           Intro to Stylistics


I. Course Description

            Introduction to Stylistics is a language and style course that will help the students in exploring (primarily literary) texts. This focuses on the relationship between style and stylistics using stylistic devices and explain how that language creates meaning and effect.
           

2. Course Credit/Time Allotment           :           3 hours/week

3. Course Prerequisite:                            

4. Course Objectives:

            4.1 General

1.     identify the principles and tools of stylistic analysis;
2.     analyze texts beyond its formal features; and
3.     create various texts using the principles and tools of stylistic analysis.
 
 
4.2 Specific

1.      define style and stylistics;
2.      identify and explain perspectives on style;
3.      explain stylistics as a multi-dimensional discipline;
4.      discuss various approaches to style;
5.      explain the goals of stylistics;
6.      explain what is involved in a stylistic analysis of a literary text;
7.      describe the methods of each type of stylistics;
8.      explain the lexico-semantic level of language description;
9.      carry-out a lexico-semantic analysis of a text;
10. define the concept of foregrounding
11.  

 5. Vision Statement

            The Teacher Education envisions to be an advancing element as an external campus of the NIPSC System offering quality assured program intended to produce competent teachers who will be effective agents of educational changes and reforms.

6. Mission Statement

            The Education Department is committed to provide quality undergraduate education that will promote the development of a person and transform him to a competent, intelligent, productive, morally and socially responsible individual in the present competitive society.
            Specifically, the department endeavours to:
            1. Produce responsible, committed, competent educators who are effective
               facilitators of learning in the secondary level.
            2. Provide professional, technical instructions through its degree program and in
               the teaching internship through its cooperating schools.
            3. Provide, initiate, collaborate and undertake research in relevant areas in teacher-
    education and allied fields in the local and regional setting.
4. Offer services, share expertise and facilities with other government or non-  
    government agencies in its extension and community immersion activities; and
            5. Provide quality leadership in the teacher education in local, regional or national 
               levels.




7. Outline of the Course

            7.1 Orientation
                        7.1.1 Levelling of Expectations (Role perceptions, laying of rules and regulations)
                                    7.1.2 Criteria and Grading System departmentally agreed
                                                Oral Participation     -           25%
                                                Quizzes                      -           20%
                                                M/F Exams                -           40%
                                                Project                        -           15%

                                    7.1.3 Course Requirements

                                                a. attendance of class interactions
                                                b. Assignments/Activities
                                                c. Quizzes
                                                d. Midterm/Final Exams
                                                e. Group Presentations
                                                f. Individual presentation



           
CONTENTS
STRATEGIES/
ACTIVITIES
ASSESSMENTS

TIME
Lesson I – The concept of style and stylistics

Meaning of stylistics and its approaches
Style as choice
Style as the Man
Style as Deviation
Style as Conformity
Style as Period or Time
Style as Situation


Reciprocal Teaching

Author’s Chair

Group work

Pair work

Story grammar



Numbered quiz

Hot Seat with Rubrics



Lesson 2 – The Nature and Goals of Stylistics
                 
What is stylistics?
The Nature of Stylistics
The Goals of Stylistics

PPT Slideshow
Author’s Chair

Group work

Pair work

quiz on slides


Hot seat with Rubrics

Numbered quiz



Lesson 3 – Types of Stylistics I

Features of Linguistic Stylistics
 Lexical Repitition
 Semantico-Syntactic Level
 Semantic/Grammatical Level
 Phonological Level
 Graphological Level


PPT slideshow

Concept Mapping

Grammar Games

Dyad / Think-pair-
Share

Numbered Quiz

Chapter Quiz

Hot seat with Rubrics








Lesson 5 – Types of Stylistics II

Reader-Response Stylistics
Affective Stylistics
Pragmatic Stylistics
Pedagogical Stylistics
Forensic Stylistics


PPT slideshow

Concept Mapping

Grammar Games

Dyad / Think-pair-
Share



Hot seat with rubrics


Numbered Chapter quiz

Lesson 6 – Levels of Linguistic Analysis
                   The Lexico-Semantic Level

Semantics
Lexico-semantics
Lexical Relations
Types of Words
Denotative/Connotative Meanings
Idiomatic Meaning


PPT slideshow

Graphic organizers

Group work

Concept Mapping


Numbered Chapter quiz


Hot seat with rubrics

Lesson 7 – Levels of Linguistic Analysis
                   (The Syntactic Level)
Units of Grammar
The Group
The Clause
The Sentence
The notion of Rankshifting
Voice

PPT slideshow
Group Discussions

Graphic Organizers

Group work

Concept Mapping





Charting Quiz

Numbered Quiz

Hot seat with rubrics


Lesson 8 – Foregrounding

Meaning of Foregrounding
Types of Foregrounding

Group Discussions

Graphic Organizers

Concept Mapping

Charting Quiz

Numbered Quiz

Hot seat with rubrics



Lesson 9 – Stylistic Analysis Samples and Activities and possible answers

The Beatles
The Spice Girls
Nouns can be verbed
Functional conversion
Make new words
Tasks on word-classes
Playing with phrases, titles of poems, novels
Creating your own titles
Structure of sentences
Being creative with noun phrases
Foregrounding tasks
Deviation for foregrounding purpose


Group Discussions

Graphic Organizers

Concept Mapping


Charting Quiz

Numbered Quiz

Hot seat with rubrics


                                               










Noted:                                                                                                                                                                        Prepared by:



    VIOLETA V. GUILLERGAN, Ed.D.                                                                                                 GILBERT C. BI√ĎAS
            Chair, High School and TEd                                                                                                                       Instructor I


Concurred:

RUTH B. BUENJEMIA                                                                                                                             Date Submitted: June 13, 2012
    Dean of Instruction

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