Congratulations!!!

Congratulations!!!
Winners for the Most Outstanding Visual Aids
First Place: Jeff Malcolm Ma-aya
Second Place: Hela Ceil Budiman
Third Place: Sedney Rear Singcala

Awarding of Prizes and Ceremony is on April 09, 2011.
Venue and Time will be arranged.

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8. Hela’s VA

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SULTAN KUDARAT STATE UNIVERSITY- Glan Extension
Glan, Sarangani Province
Course Outline
Course No.: Eng 324
Course Title: Mythology and Folklore
Course Description:
Credit Unit: 3 Units
Course Objectives:
1.Use literary concepts in interpreting and various literary texts.
2.Survey the myths in various countries.
3.Evaluate literary pieces and variations upon documenting local folklore.
Midterm
I. Mythology
Introduction
Definition
Myth vs. legend
Myth in Primitive Societies
Classification of Deities
Tantra and Tantric
Classifying Buddhist Deities

II. Greek and Roman Mythology
Zeus – Jupiter (Sky-God) Captain of the Gods
Hera – Juno (Wife of Juno)
Hermes (Mercury) God of Commerce/Speed
Posiedon (Neptune) God of the Sea
Hephaestus (Vulcan) God of the Forge/ Fire
Ares (Mars) God of War
Apollo (Sol/Phoebus) God of the Sun
Athena (Minerva) Goddess of Science and Education
Artemis (Diana) Goddess of  Hunting/The Moon
Aphrodite (Venus) Goddess of  Love and Beauty
Hestia (Vesta) Goddess of the Heart and Home
Demeter (Ceres) Goddess of Earth and Harvest
Iliad
Odessy
Film Showing (Percy Jackson, Clash of  the Titans)

III. Hindu Mythology
Vedas
Mahabharata
Ramayana

IV. Celtic Mythology
Fomorians

V. Egyptian Mythology
Osiris and Iris
Horus

VI. Semitic Mythology
Myth of Babylonia and Assyria
Sumerian Mythology
Jewish Mythology

VII.Teutonic  Mythology (Scandinavian)

VIII. Phillipine Mythology
Bathala or Abba
Lesser Divinities Assisting Bathala
Story of Maykapal
Coming of Kabunian
The First People

IX. Aztec Mythology

X. Armenian Mythology

XI. Chinese Mythology  

XII. Maya Mythology

XIII. Mesopotamian mythology 

XIV. Norse mythology 

XV. Slavic mythology 

FINAL TERM
IX. Folklore
Definition
Written Records Folklore
Anthropological Approach in Folklore

X. The Study of the Process
Improvisation of Folklore
The Oral Processes of Folklore
The Audience in Folklore

XII. Collection and Archives of Folklore
The Informant of Folklore
Collections of Folklore
Myths
Legends
Marchens
Ballads

XIII. Non-Literary Folklore
Superstition
Folklore Drama
Children’s Game

XIV. History of Folklore Studies
Early Folklorist
19th Century

XV. Techniques and Theories of the 20th Century
Classification of Folklore
Collection Aids of Folklore
Theory of Folklore
Folk life
The Collaboration of Scholars

XVI. Folklore Outputs
Big Book Making for Folklore 

Course Requirements:
Attendance
Reporting/Class Discussion
Big Book Making
Quizzes
Assignment

References:
Tan, Arsenia B. Introduction to Literature 4th Edition.
Lacia, Ferdilyn et al. The Literatures of the World.
Hamilton, Edith. Mythology Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes.
Duka, Carolina R. The Literatures of Asia & Africa.
http://www.mythology.wordpress.com

Prepared by:

ROGELIO B. LASCONIA JR.,MAEd

Reporters:

IV. Celtic Mythology (Lucil)
Fomorians

V. Egyptian Mythology (Ceasar)
Osiris and Iris
Horus

VI. Semitic Mythology (Roxanne Mae)
Myth of Babylonia and Assyria
Sumerian Mythology
Jewish Mythology

VII.Teutonic  Mythology (Scandinavian) (Camille)

VIII. Phillipine Mythology (Hela)
Bathala or Abba
Lesser Divinities Assisting Bathala
Story of Maykapal
Coming of Kabunian
The First People

IX. Aztec Mythology (Ramilyn)

X. Armenian Mythology (Analie Grace)

XI. Chinese Mythology 

XII. Maya Mythology

XIII. Mesopotamian Mythology 

XIV. Norse mythology 

XV. Slavic mythology (Argene)

IX. Folklore (Wanda, Lendy, Sedney)
Definition
Written Records Folklore
Anthropological Approach in Folklore
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Course Outline

Midterm

I. Mythology

Intoduction

Definition

Myth vs. legend

Myth in Primitive Societies

Classification of Deities

Tantra and Tantric

Classifying Buddhist Deities

II. Celtic Mythology

Fomorians

III. Egyptian Mythology

Osiris and Iris

Horus

IV. Greek and Roman Mythology

Zeus – Jupiter (Sky-God)

Hera – Juno (Wife of Juno)

V. Hindu Mythology

Vedas

Mahabharata 

Ramayana

Bhagavad Gita

VI. Semitic Mythology

Myth of Babylonia and Assyria

Sumerian Mythology

VII.Teutonic  Mythology (Scandinavian)

Norse Mythology

Finals

VIII. Folklore

Definition

Written Records Folklore

Anthropological Approach in Folklore

IX. The Study of the Process

Improvisation of Folklore

The Oral Processes of Folklore

The Audience in Folklore

X. Collection and Archives of Folklore

The Informant of Folklore

Collections of Folklore

Myths

Legends

Marches

Ballads

XI. Non-Literary Folklore

Superstition

Folklore Drama

Children’s Game

XII. History of Folklore Studies

Early Folklorist

19th Century

XIII. Techniques and Theories of the 20th Century

Classification of Folklore

Collection Aids of Folklore

Theory of Folklore

Folk life

The Collaboration of Scholars

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Mythology Class SKSU Glan Extension

Syllabus will be posted later.

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