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ENGLISH MAJOR ADDITIONAL:

 Prometheus Bound – Aeschylus


 Prometheus Unbound - Percy Bysshe Shelley
 The Medes were an ancient Iranian people who lived in an area known as Media
 Jason and the Golden Fleece - It figures in the tale of the hero Jason and his crew of Argonauts, who set out on
a quest for the fleece by order of King Pelias, in order to place Jason rightfully on the throne of Iolcus in
Thessaly. Through the help of Medea, they acquire the Golden Fleece
 "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog" omits the letter S – LIPOGRAM
 prithee – archaic
 Close And Open Syllable
 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT STAGE
 Understanding - It requires matching the materials to the learners’ abilities and prior knowledge
 STRUCTURING/ CLARIFYING - involves organizing the material so that it is clear to the students.
 SEQUENCING - It refers to the arrangement of the materials to provide for continuous and cumulative
learning ex. Whole to parts, Parts to whole, Simple to complex
 BALANCING - Balancing materials require establishing vertical and horizontal balance or
relationships.Vertical relationships refer to a building of content and experiences in the lesson, unit and
course level. Fourth grade language concepts build on third grade concepts; the second unit plan builds on
the first, etc. Horizontal relationships establish a multidisciplinary and unified view of different subjects; for
example the content of the social studies course is related to English and science.
 EXPLAINING - It refers to the way headings, terms, illustrations, and summary exercises are integrated with
the content.
 PACING - It refers to how much and how quickly the lessons in the textbooks are presented.
 REVIEWING - It refers to the extent to which the material allows students to link new ideas to old concepts in
the form of a review
 ELABORATING - Elaborating ensures that students learn better through a variety of ways.The idea is to
provide in the textbook opportunities for students to transform information to one form to another, and to
apply new information to new knowledge – by using various techniques such as comparing and contrasting,
drawing inferences, paraphrasing, summarizing and predicting.
 TRANSFER OF LEARNING - Transfer of learning maybe concept-related, inquiry-related, learner or
utilization-related.
 SOCIAL FUNCTION OF MEDIA:
 Sentinel – keep us alert
 Arena – consensus can be reach
 Instructor – we teach others are saying, wearing and doing
 Regulator – most important, leaders honest, social and government equitable
 FOUR CONCEPT OF MASS COMMUNICATION:
 Authoritarian – rules of society should disseminated to the public in the mass media
 Libertarianism – should serve the governed not governors
 Soviet – offshoot of authoritarian, should be state owned and operated to best serve the government
 Social Responsibility – responsible to keep a democratic nation well informed
 Reader-response – schemata
 Constructivist – prior knowledge
 interactive – literacy emphasizes comprehension as students read
 Sappho – the greatest woman poet of antiquity
 RIDDLE – except of Gnomic Verses –
 Medea – Euripides – attack the deepest prejudices of the levels
 Colonial Literature – Communal and functional
 Bertolt Brecht – alienation effect
 Arfanfan’arf – Victorian slang – drunken men
 Feareth (droppeth)– archaic word
 READING
 Echo Reading – the leader reads each line, the group then repeats the line just read
 Leader and Chorus reading – the leader reads the main part of poem and group reads the refrain or
chorus unison
 Small group reading – the class divides into two or more groups and each group reads one part of poem
 Cumulative Reading – one student read the first line or stanza and another group or student join in each
line.
 Pasyon – epic narrative of christ
 Cenakulo – traditionally performed on proscenium-type stage
 Zarzuela – Spanish traditional form of musical comedy
 Comedia – three act play, principal characters are noblemen
 Vaudeville – influence modern TV
 GAG ORDER – a judges order that case may not be discussed in public
 Epitaph – put into the tomb of dead person
 Eulogy – short message for dead
 Elegy – poem for dead
 Attic – Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripedes
 17th Century – ESSAY
 18th CENTURY - NOVEL
 phonics – relationship between sound and symbol
 Phonetic awareness – sound of language only
 Pertrachan - octave rhyming abba abba and a sestet rhyming in any of various patterns (such as cde cde or
cdc dcd)
 V-CHIP TECHNOLOGY - which allows the blocking of programs based on their ratings category. It is intended for
use by parents to manage their children's television viewing.
 Autodidacticism (also autodidactism) or self-education is education without the guidance of ... words αὐτός (autós,
lit. 'self') and διδακτικός (didaktikos, lit. 'teaching'). The related term didacticism defines an artistic philosophy of
education.
 Programmed instruction is a method of presenting new subject matters to students in a graded sequence of
controlled steps started by Sydney L. Pressey
 CONTROLLED – GUIDED – FREE WRITING
 video technology - technology that involves the recording and playing back of moving pictures and sound
 A distinction made by McLuhan between media such as print, photographs, radio, and movies (hot media) and
media such as speech, cartoons, the telephone, and television (cool media). Hot media are 'high definition'
because they are rich in sensory data.
 Marshall McLuhan – GLOBAL VILLAGE
 Cool Media- requires the individual to participate perceptually by filling in the missing data
 Hot Media - are those that contain relatively complete sensory data. With hot media the viewer has less need to
become involved