MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE SYLLABUS

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Republic of the Philippines
BASILAN STATE COLLEGE
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Isabela City, Basilan
Main Campus (Sumagdang), Isabela City, Basilan
Landline no: 062-20077-05
E-mail Address: [email protected]: www.bassc.edu.ph
MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE
Outcomes-based Education (OBE) Course Syllabus
(Based on the suggested CHED curriculum)
I.
COLLEGE
VISION: A leading institution of excellence in innovative instruction and creative research and extension programs and projects, directed towards lasting peace and total
human development.
MISSION: Basilan State College shall provide quality human resources equipped with adequate knowledge, skills and attitude in technological, and professional fields of
instruction, research, extension and production to improve the quality of life of its clientele.
OBJECTIVES:
a. To provide quality education that is truly relevant and responsive to the socio-economic and cultural development needs of the province, region and the country;
b. To make higher education available to all Basileños;
c. To promote strong and viable academic programs that will breed professionals truly dedicated for service to the community;
d. To give out-of-school youths and unemployed adults opportunities to develop their potentials and capabilities for productive endeavor.
e. To enhance extension work to broaden the technical know-how of rural folks and make appropriate technologies available; and
f. To enhance a strong sense of nationalism through a broader understanding of the diverse cultures of the nation.
CORE VALUES: A – Accountability
C – Commitment
C – Cultural Sensitivity
II.
Course Number:
Course Subject:
M3 LIT 112
Mythology and Folklore
III.
School Year:
2018-2019
IV.
Course Credits:
3 hours every week for 18 weeks or 54 hours in a semester
E – Excellent
S – Spiritual Uprightness
S – Service
Course Description: Provides a study in a mythological and folk narratives from different countries to gain deeper insights into the nature of human beings, their origin,
their desires, their fears, their instincts, and their needs, in general and in the different cultural patterns of countries in particular.
V.
Course Outcome:
At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
1. Compare and contrast myths from different times and places, identifying, where they occur, universal mythic patterns and character types such as
the Voyage of the Hero, the Creation Story, the Cosmic Flood, the Battle of Good and Evil, Apocalyptic myths, myths of Dying and Reborn
Gods, the Trickster, the Great Mother Goddess, etc.
2. Recognize mythic allusions in art, literature, drama, and film.
3. Analyze specific myths or bodies of myths with regard to function, specifying which portions of a particular story perform which functions.
VI. Course Design Matrix:
LEARNING OUTCOMES
DLO
COURSE CONTENT/
SUBJECT MATTER
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
Unit 0: Introduction
1. internalized the Vision and
Mission, Goals and Objective of
the College
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Defined the definition of
Mythology.
2. Differentiated between
Mythology and Folklore
Vision, Mission, goals
and objective of the
College
I.
Introduction to
Mythology and
Folklore


What are myths?
What is folklore?

Why do we need
to study myths?
Philippine Myths

3. Identified the different
gods and goddesses of
Filipino Myths
TEXTBOOK
REFERENCE
TEACHING
DELIVERY
OBTL
ASSESSMENT
Student Handbook
Class Discussion
Paper and Pencil
Test
Mythology
Author: Edith
Hamilton
RESOURCE
MATERIAL
TIME
Week 1
Week 1
Class Discussion
Graded Recitation
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Week 2
An Ultimate Guide
To Philippine
Mythology’s
Legendary Deities
(Filipiknow Website)
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Identified the different
gods and goddesses of
Greek mythology.
2.
II.
Greek Myth:
God and
Goddesses

Why do gods act
so much like
humans?

How are myths
influenced by the
local culture? In
what ways do
archetypal
patterns cross
culture?

What is a hero?
Why do hero
stories follow
similar patterns?
Defined the meaning of a
hero in mythology.
Week 3 and 4
Mythology
Author: Edith
Hamilton
Class Discussion
Quizzes
Graded Recitation
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Week 5 and 6
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Differentiated between
the biblical story of
creation and other
creation stories.
III. Hebrew Stories:
Creation and First
Human

How is the
biblical story of
creation like/
unlike other
creation stories?
The First Hebrew
Story of Creation
Author: William R.
Harper
Facilitated Class
Discussion
Quizzes
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At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Identified the different
gods and goddesses of
Norse mythology.
2. Understood the
difference between Norse
and Greek mythology.
IV. Norse Myth:
Creation, powers
and treasures of
God
Adventures of
Gods, Balder and
Ragnarok
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Identified the deities of
Sumerian and Early
Babylonian myths.
V. Sumerian and
Early
Babylonian Myth:
Origins and Gods
Babylonian
Babylonian Myth:
Gods and
Heroes
Babylonian Myth:
Gilgamesh
VI.
Egyptian Myth
American
Indian
Creation of
Myths
At the end of the unit, students
must have:
1. Identified the gods and
goddesses of Egyptian
mythology.
Week 7 and 8
Mythology
Author: Edith
Hamilton
Facilitated Class
Discussion
Quizzes
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Mesopotamian
Creation Myths
(metmuseum.org)
Facilitated Class
Discussion
Quizzes
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Week 9 and 10
Mythology
Author: Edith
Hamilton
Facilitated Class
Discussion
Quizzes
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Week 11 and 12
Recitation
2. Identified the different
mythologies of the
indigenous people of
America.
3. Understood why myths
are necessary to different
cultures.
FINAL EXAM
VII. Course Requirements:
Attendance
Major Examinations
Quizzes/Class Participation
Group Project
Research Works
VIII. Grading System:
Mid/Final Exam
Quizzes
Recitation
Project
Attendance
TOTAL
Prepared by:
KEZIAH JOYCE C. ANDAIN
Part-Time Instructor
40%
20%
15%
15%
10%
100%
Reviewed by:
LILIBETH R. ABLAO
Chairman
Recommended Approval:
DAISIDERIA O. SAN LUIS, Ed.D
Dean, College of Education
Approved by:
PROF. JAIME A. PANTALETA
VP for Academic Affairs
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