Language in Literature: World Literature Grade 10(2nd Ed.)
Author-Editors: N. Galvez Jr., A. Santiago; Authors: M. Estipona, K. Arkaina, J. Wyson, K. Yoma, J. Ramos, V. Magbitang
Copyright Year: 2020
Language in Literature 7 to 10 2nd edition is a set of print and digital instructional materials for the English language arts curriculum. The series integrates the five strands of the language and literacy domains, namely: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and viewing. The goal of the series is “to develop lifelong learners and communicatively competent global communicators who are proud of their heritage.” To achieve this, the instructional materials weave together four approaches— literature-based, inquiry-based, theme-based, and task-based. Informative themes act as parallel texts to connect students to current affairs, issues, and concerns. The themes correlate with the thematic value of the literary events of the period. Performance Task, which is a culminating activity in every lesson, gives students opportunities to transfer and demonstrate their learning. Hence, each book is task-oriented as well.
- Features careful balancing of the development of both literature and language arts
- Units and lessons open with essential questions to cultivate students’ inquisitive minds and critical thinking skills
- Pre-reading activities build on learners’ prior knowledge and set reading goals
- Language arts are developed with varied exercises that focus on vocabulary, listening comprehension, viewing, speaking, study and research, grammar, and writing through regular instructional intervention and technology-driven enrichment activities