General Education Courses, Core Subjects, Electives

This Module in English for Academic and Professional Purposes aim to enhance your communication skills particularly in writing academic and professional compositions. It is also designed to develop your abilities to utilize appropriate language in academic writing from various disciplines using correct text structures.

This module has 6 parts or lessons. Lesson one (1) deals about the Essential Structures of an Academic Text, Lesson two (2) deals on the Appropriate Language Use in academic writing, Lesson Three (3) is on Reading Strategies, Lesson Four (4) deals on Techniques in Summarizing a variety of Academic Texts, Lesson five (5), Thesis Statement of an Academic Text, and the last lesson, Lesson (6), is on Outlining that will help you manage your reading skills efficiently.

Every part of the module contains activities and enhancement exercises utilizing pictures, and illustrations which have been proven as effective instructional materials in improving the writing skills of the students.


This first learning module contains 21st Century Literatures from the regions in various genres and forms in consideration of the various dimensions of Philippine literary history from pre-colonial to contemporary; canonical authors and works of Philippine National Artists in Literature; names of authors and their works, and the backgrounds of the literature from the region where the high school is located.

In this module, the students understand and appreciate the elements and contexts of 21st century Philippine literature from the regions through a written close analysis and critical interpretation of a literary text in terms of form and theme, with a description of its context derived from research; and an adaptation of a text into other creative forms using multimedia.

After studying this module, you will be able to:

 1. Define literature from various writers;

2. Identify the geographic, linguistic, and ethnic dimensions of Philippine literary history from pre-colonial to the contemporary;

3. Make a graphical timeline on how the literature of literary periods proliferated;

4. Identify representative texts and authors from each region (e.g. engage in oral history research with a focus on key personalities from the students’ region, province, town;

5. Appreciate and internalize the meaning of the texts;

6. Value the contributions of local writers to the development of regional literary traditions;

7. Compare and contrast the various 21st-century literary genres and the ones from the earlier genres/periods citing their elements, structures, and traditions; and

8. Present a creative presentation through multimedia.




While the world is still facing and battling against this COVID19 pandemic, it has become difficult for us to do face-to-face conversation. However, it does not mean we have lost the capacity to reach out to others. We continue to find ways to communicate. Yes, we are constantly in a state of giving and receiving information. Problems arise when one does not receive or understand, the message sent in the communication process as it was intended or when one subconsciously sends a nonverbal message that contradicts with the spoken word.

            This module will help you understand the importance of good communication skills at home, school, and at work. It will also provide you with opportunities to continually improve the acquisition and application of communicative skills through active and interactive engagement in the activities prepared for you.

             This module contains essential learning competencies necessary for the development of clear and effective communication. The lesson jump-starts with the basic definition of communication, down to its function, nature, elements, and processes that will help you achieve your role as an effective communicator. 

Don’t you worry, your teacher will help you throughout your learning journey. So, have fun!

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