The Course and the Course description
The course addresses the English language needs of the students at the undergraduate level. The focus is on the two main genres of Literature- Prose &Poetry. It also centers on Vocabulary, and Grammar. It also focuses on developing the writing skills of the students which includes Essay writing and Report writing at lenth. The content of the text raises questions of how English is used in India versus how it ought to be used and thus engaging the debates about “Standard English” and the need of adapting English to the local cadence and culture of India. Similarly, the British and American variations of the language are included to orient the students to broaden their view of English as an International language. Overall the course emphasizes on the critical thinking faculties of the students concerning academic, linguistic, political, literary and ethical concepts.
The syllabus has been designed to develop linguistic and communicative competence of undergraduate students. The teachers also ask comprehension questions to stimulate discussion and based on the discussions the students are made to write short paragraphs /essays, participate in group discussions.
The Course Outcomes:
The students will be able to:
Co1Read and interpret and analyze the implicit and explicit layers of meaning embedded in a poem.
Co2 Identify poetic devices and the uncommon use of language in poetry.
Co3 Engage in motivating the graduating students to pursue success and advising them not to be afraid of failure and exhorting them to use their privileged position to serve the needy.
Co4 Understand the status of English in the 21st century and the factors that helped the spread of English in the past, the reason for ‘English Fever’ in the present.
Co5 Learn and use commonly confused words, Indianisms, One-word substitutes, Technical vocabulary to enhance overall vocabulary.
Co6 Improve language skills by learning grammar concepts o- Determiners, Framing Questions including question tags, Relative clauses, conditionals and common errors
Co7 Develop better Review writing skills in both Film & Book Reviews
Co8 Enhance their CV writing skills in Chronological & Functional way so as to make the students appear attractive, interesting and worth considering to the company they would likely to join.
- Teacher: OLIVIA LAZARUS
भाग : - II भाषा प्रयोजनम्
स्नातक पूर्व स्तरे प्रथम वर्षे द्वितीय भाषा संस्कृतम् अस्ति I अस्मिन् संस्कृत भाषा , संस्कृत साहित्यम् वैदिकसाहित्यम्, लौकिकसाहित्यम्, पद्य, गद्य, रूपक, व्याकरणादयः ज्ञातुं शक्नुवन्ते I अपि च संस्कृत पठनम्, लेखनम्, संभाषणम् कवि -काल विशेषादयः ज्ञायन्ते I संस्कृतभाषायाः सर्वव्यापकत्वं, अधुनातन काले कृत्रिम मस्तिष्केषु (कम्प्यूटर् यन्त्रेषु) तस्याः प्रयोगम् -प्रयोजनादीनि विषदयन्ति I अनुवादाभ्यासार्थं संस्कृतभाषा अति सुलभ भाषा भवति I संस्कृत भाषा माध्यमेन संस्कृति, संस्कारं, भारतीय आचार व्यवहरण इत्यादिरपिज्ञातुं शक्नुवन्ते |
स्नातक पूर्व स्तरे प्रथम वर्षस्य संस्कृत पठ्यपुस्तकस्य नाम सारस्वती सुषमा, अयं पुस्तकः पद्य, गद्य, व्याकरणम् इति त्रीणि विभागेन विभाजितःI कक्षे सर्वे छात्रा: पठनं, लेखनं, श्रवणं, वक्तव्यं (संभाषणम्) च करणीयम्I छात्राः एतानि विषयानि ज्ञात्वा पठिष्यन्ति चेत् परीक्षे उत्तीर्णः भवेयुःI अधिक अन्कान्यापि प्राप्नुवन्ति I
पाठ्यक्रम निष्कर्षः :-----
नूतनविषयावगाहण , नूतनशब्दार्थाः, व्याकरणज्ञानम् , व्याकरणं प्रयुक्त नूतन वाक्यनिर्माणम् ,नूतन आलोचनाज्ञानम् , नव्यसाहित्यनिर्माण पाठवं , इत्यादिविषयक अवगाहणार्थं उपाद्यायाः उपयुक्त पाठ्यप्रणालिक, टिप्पणी अपि ददाति।
CO.०१.शब्दस्य पूर्व स्वरूपं , तत् समीचीन अर्थज्ञानम् ।
CO.०२.पुरातन भारतीय संस्कृतिः , चारित्रक , इतिहासादि विषयानाम् परिणत ज्ञानं प्राप्नोति ।
CO.०३. आधिविद्ये मौखिक , लेखना नैपुण्यं आगमिष्यति।
CO.०४. परियोजनादि विजये स्वतन्त्रेन प्रदर्शनार्थं स्वशक्तिः प्राप्नोतिः
CO.०५. परिशीलनात्मक, आलोचनात्मक, सादृश्यनात्मक अध्यनादि विषयज्ञानं आगमिष्यति।
CO.०६. उपणिषदादि विषये अधुनिक आविष्करण स्थापने उपयुक्तः।
CO.०७. व्यवहारिक संस्कृत भाषायां लेखन अनुवाक निर्मानं आगच्छति।
CO.०८. विश्वमानव सौभ्रातृत्वं , वसुधैव कुटुम्बक निर्माने स्वकर्तव्यं संपूर्णं करोति।
CO.०९. साहित्य इतिहास श्रवणे स्वजीवित लक्ष्यं पुरयति।
CO.१०. अन्ते भाषायां जीवनेऽपि कुशलत्वं , प्रतिनिधित्वं, वक्त्रुत्वं, स्थैर्यं आगमिष्यति।
- Teacher: RAMASITA KODALI
The syllabus has been designed to develop linguistic and communicative competence of the Under-graduate students.
In the classes the focus is on the skills of Reading Writing, Listening and Speaking divided under the four categories of Prose, Poetry, Vocabulary and Grammar For this, the teacher uses the text /selected paragraphs pedagogy. The teachers also ask comprehension questions to stimulate discussion and based on the discussions the students are made to write short paragraphs /essays, participate in group discussions
The students will be able to:
CO1. Use figures of speech in speaking and writing.
CO2. Know how to punctuate using colon, em-dash, semicolon, hyphen and inverted commas and comprehend the changes in meaning when these are used.
CO3. Use different methods of note making in their studies and during classroom instruction.
CO4. Manage their time in an organized manner and develop strategies to deal with stress.
CO5. Learn how to draft formal and informal letters.
CO6. Learn general etiquette and prepare for an interview.
CO7. Imbibe leadership qualities and learn how to conduct a meeting.
CO8. Understand how to write a short story/ elements of short story.(In reference to ‘A Visit to Charity’ by Eudora Welty)
CO9. Be informed about travel writing, and the conflict between cultures, beliefs, customs, and superstitions in the essay-“Benares”.
CO10. Learn how to indentify: Imagery, symbolism, style, figures of speech in the poem-“Stanzas Written in Dejection near Naples”.
CO11. Know about the power of speech (Rhetoric), oratory skills, delivery of speech and how it works in different contexts such as politics, religion and in some professions.
CO12.They would further read/ view/ perform plays related to the extract from Julius Caesar by Shakespeare to enhance their knowledge.
CO13. Inculcate values that help in the overall development of their personalities
The Instructor is expected to
1. Share the Course Objective and the Unit Objectives with the students
2. Be on time to the classroom
3. Engage the students in enriching learning experience through facilitating, teaching, mentoring and counseling
4. Recapitulating, recalling and revising what is taught
5. Be mindful of the decorum and maintain composure throughout the session.
6. Be approachable to students for clarification of doubts
The Students are expected to (Guidelines on Classroom participation)
1. Come prepared to learn new concepts
2. Be in time to class
3. Respect Faculty and her/his peers
4. Usage of mobile phones only when required for subject purpose
5. No chewing gums in the classroom.
6. Come with the Textbooks the note book and the necessary stationery
7. Perform and submit the assigned tasks
8. Submit assignments on time
- Teacher: CHRIS LENINA PETERS G