Saturday, June 14, 2014

English 72 1st Sem 2014-2015 Midterm Reports

Good day!

Below is a table that contains your names and your reports. Kindly read in advance as by Tuesday, June 17, 2014, I would like to hear about what you have already read. Reporting begins on Thursday, June 19, 2014, thus an activity with your report is prepared for Tuesday leading to the final reporting schedule. Please read well and feel free to see me in the office if there are questions.

The criteria on your reporting will be discussed on Tuesday. Read well and enjoy!


BSEng2A


Full Name Title of Report
ABECIA, Juliet Calvo L'Morte D Arthur
ABONAWAS, Princess S. L'Morte D Arthur
ACAPULCO, Stephen Jay Gabaldon The Nun's Priest
ALEGADA, Hasmin Escru Bonny Barbara Allan
APOLINAR, Antonette Jane Galendez Get Up and Bar the door
BACLAY, Abigail Huiso The Pardoner's Tale by Chaucer
BUENO, Ryan Van Lachica Amoretti LXXIX: Men Call you Fair by Edmund Spenser
CABUS, Angelica Christine Ballentes The Definition of Love By Andrew Marvell
CATAM-ISAN, Ivy Mae Apostol Sonnet LVII Being Your Slave by William 
CATUBIG, Queenie Mae Espuerta Sonnet LX Like the Waves by William Shakespeare
CORONADO, Novy Dominica On Her Loving Two Equally by Aphra Behn
CORONEL, Rizzle Kaye Zosa The Manciple, His Prologue and His Tale
CUATON, Rachel Anne Alecida Of Studies by Francis Bacon
DAOGAS, Gladys Mae D.  Of Marriage and Single Life
DAO-ON, Marielle Linhay Eyes and Tears by Andrew Marvell
DESTOR, Alex Anglao On Desire by Aphra Behn
EJERCITO, Emily Quintero To All Vertuous Ladies In Generall
FERNANDEZ, Meriam Tanday An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramatic Poet W. Shakespeare
GANANCIAL, Cameltania Ladrillo A Red, Red Rose By Robert Burns
GASAL, Lizan Jane Eulogio Friendship by Joseph Addison
GICOLE, Girly Jean Cortel An Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope
INTONG, Jo Andre Domo His embalming To Julia by Robert Herrick
LABO, God Sent Grace Salazar A Dialogue Between the Body and The Soul by Andrew Marvell
LEUTERIO, Swettie Rose Colita Letter to a friend by Sir Thomas Browne
LOPEZ, Precious Mae Langub The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
LORCINA, Jelie Joy Panturas A Modest proposal By Jonathan Swift
MAGLANA, Veny Mae Solis A Bottle and Friend By Robert Burns
MAGLANGIT, John Reynon Baguio Kisses by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
MALIGLIG, Michelle Bolipata The Schoolboy from Songs of Innocence by William Blake
MARCOS, Laurence Genis Parreño The Celebration of Intellect by Ralph Waldo Emerson
MENDEZ, Enrick Jelo Lopez Sonnet 38 First time he Kissed Me by Elisabeth Barret Browning
PACYAO, Menchie Sebandal The Sick Rose by William Blake
PADRE-E, Jurlina Bandoy Robert Browning’s Love letter 
PAGDATO, Regine Vie Munsad Act of Union by Seamus Heaney 
PINGOL, Ayasseh Kym Bacerra The Man Who Loved His Kind by Virginia Woolf
PONCE, Cherry Lou Bartiana The Cradle Song by William Blake
RABOY, Rica Ann Pogoy The Rhodora by Ralph Waldo 
SORIA, Megirlin Elegi Blackberry Picking by Seamus Heaney
SUMALINOG, Geraldine Makig-angay At a Cavalry Near the Ancre by Wilfred Owen
TORREFIEL, William JR Luna Captain Murderer by Charles Dickens  












BSEng2B


ABRENA, Vanissa Genevieve B. L'Morte d Arthur
AGARO, Angelie Bregenia L'Morte d Arthur
AL-AG, Rushel Jean Abutanmo L'Morte d Arthur
ASOMBRADO, Ryzel Rocamora L'Morte d Arthur
BALUARTE, Epher A. L'Morte d Arthur
BAROLA, Airis Dalle Caderao The Wife of Bath and Her Tale
BONILLA, Michelle Dethomas The Nun's Priest
BULALAQUE, Leah Divino Bonny Barbara Allan
CALUYO, Yvette Ypil Get Up and Bar the door
CAMONIAS, Crislyn Yares The Pardoner's Tale by Chaucer
CAÑADORA, Carmina Bracero Amoretti LXXIX: Men Call you Fair by Edmund Spenser
CANDA, Krizza May Trases The Definition of Love By Andrew Marvell
CASAS, Catherine Agraviador Sonnet LVII Being Your Slave by William 
DAGANGON, Mariel Antoinette Hugo Sonnet LX Like the Waves by William Shakespeare
DEVALGUE, Angelie Tamayo On Her Loving Two Equally by Aphra Behn
DUMAQUIT, Guia Barbara C.  The Manciple, His Prologue and His Tale
EDRALIN, Imary Blanche Tumongcay Of Studies by Francis Bacon
EXCHAURE, Chariza Jane Anonat Of Marriage and Single Life
FRANCISCO, Sendy A. Eyes and Tears by Andrew Marvell
GULTIANO, Remuel R. On Desire by Aphra Behn
GULTIANO, Shequelle Kloe Pitonang To All Vertuous Ladies In Generall
HEBIA, Jinky Moro An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramatic Poet W. Shakespeare
JAMANDRE, Jo-Ann J. A Red, Red Rose By Robert Burns
LADAO, Cyriel Sealmoy Friendship by Joseph Addison
LINDAWAN, Marry Shayne Olbes An Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope
MARIÑO, Rosela Jay Cabugwas His embalming To Julia by Robert Herrick
MARTINETE, Sheena Jane Cerezo A Dialogue Between the Body and The Soul by Andrew Marvell
MATIC-AN, Ace Gabatino Letter to a friend by Sir Thomas Browne
MICABALO, Beverly D. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
NACUA, Mary Grace Rafols A Modest proposal By Jonathan Swift
PEKITPEKIT, Ma. Gretzel Peñaflor A Bottle and Friend By Robert Burns
PEPITO, Cynthia Jane Manlapid Kisses by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
PUYOS, Honey Lou I The Schoolboy from Songs of Innocence by William Blake
RAPISTA, Lanie C. The Celebration of Intellect by Ralph Waldo Emerson
SABURAO, Rutchelle Jean Loren Sonnet 38 First time he Kissed Me by Elisabeth Barret Browning
SAROG, Marielle R. The Sick Rose by William Blake
SENIT, Angelita Aguaron Robert Browning’s Love letter 
SUERTE, Fatima Alimanggo Act of Union by Seamus Heaney 
TABAN-OD, Riza Mae Nuñez The Man Who Loved His Kind by Virginia Woolf
TEJANO, Shiela Mae Baylon The Cradle Song by William Blake
TOQUILLO, Vivienne Aguilar The Rhodora by Ralph Waldo 
VALERIO, Charlesmerry Hormigas Blackberry Picking by Seamus Heaney
VIRADOR, Herli Mae Ramirez At a Cavalry Near the Ancre by Wilfred Owen
YBAÑEZ, Graceryl D Captain Murderer by Charles Dickens


For your Assignments on Tuesday, June 17, 2014: (BSEnglish 2A and 2B)
     
          1. Read the literary history of the Anglo-Saxons
          2. Read Beowulf
          3. bring short bond papers, pencil, and crayons
          4. Bring the picture of your author/poet based on the report assigned to you.

For your Midterm Projects and Deadlines:

        These will have to be discussed in the class yet for negotiation of dates and the setting of rubrics. 


Project name
Duedate
1.       Mangga/Comics of one of the Canterbury Tales (group of thee)
July 15, 2015 (Tuesday)
2.       A CD/DVD copy of your short movie based on the poem that will be assigned to you. (group of 6)
July 22, 2014 (Tuesday)
3.       Soft copy of all the reports’ powerpoints. (as a class)
August 5, 2014 (Tuesday)
4.       A short story Analysis. The story must be written by a British writer as early as 17th century. Present the Title, author and summary in a flowchart on or before June 26 for approval) Guide questions and format will be given and discussed in class on Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
July 31, 2014 (Thursday)
   
The earlier you work, the lighter the tasks will be. Let us learn to work with each other! I look forward to learning with you this semester. Enjoy!

M'Shai :-)


         






























































































































































































































English 14/ Literature 12 1st Semester 2014-2015 Projects and Due date



English 14/ Literature 12 (Literatures of the World)

            Good day! The following is your guide on your assignments, projects and due dates. The due dates are yet to be negotiated when we meet each other in class as well as the groupings and the mechanics of the projects. This list is just to give you an idea ahead of what is to be asked from you and creativity for the rest of the semester. I hope this can guide you and this early notice can make your tasks and challenges a bit lighter. 

        I am glad to be spending my semester of learning World Literatures with you!

Assignments: For June 16-20, 2014
1         1.      Read the literary history of Greece.
2         2.  Read “Iliad”
3.                     3.   Prepare for a class discussion/recitation on Monday, June 16, 2014

Projects and Due dates:
1.                        1.  Create a comics/manga inspired by a/an:
                     a.     For AM2A; Egyptian legend;
                      b.     For AM2B; Scandinavian legend
                     c.      ASCHEM4; Romanian legend
*** This is to be done in a group of three.
                     DUE DATE: July16, 2014
2.                2. Prepare a one-act play on the epic part that will be assigned to you. 
                         Take  a video of  this and submit it on August 1, 2014.
3               3. Write an Acrostic. Place it in an 8x11.5 photopaper with your picture as                                                  the  background. (Individual)
                                     Due Date: July 30, 2014
4                 4. Prepare a dance drama in a group of seven. This is to be presented on 
                                        September 1, 2014.
5.               5. Prepare a radio drama on the Enemy of the People in a group of 6. 
                                     Due date: September 8, 2014.

-M’Shai

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Assignment for the long weekend



World Literature
1. Please read Aeneid and Divine Comedy.   
2. Kindly answer the remaining activities on epic in your workbook.
3. In  two short bond papers, draw your personal idea of what heaven and hell are .
4. in a short bond paper, create a comic script on the confrontation between Aeneas and Dido.
Have a blessed holiday!