ST. THOMAS’ COLLEGE(AUTONOMOUS)THRISSURAffiliatedto theUNIVERSITY OF CALICUTSYLLABUSFORUNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMESINENGLISH(2020 Admissions onwards)
Revised Syllabus (w.e.f 2020 admission) ofB.A. Programme inENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE(CBCSS- UG)CHOICE BASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM (CBCSS)
ContentsTopicsPagesCourses at a GlanceCommon Courses13-25Core Courses25-56Elective Courses56-65Project66-68Research Methodology69-70Open Courses70-76Complementary Courses76-84Model Question Papers87-96Audit Courses10Extra Credit Activities10Assessment FrameworkInternal Assessment11End-semester Test11-12COURSES AND CREDITSSerial No.COURSE12COMMON COURSESCORE COURSES INCLUDINGPROJECT & ELECTIVESOPEN COURSESCOMPLEMENTARY COURSESAUDIT COURSESEXTRA CREDIT ACTIVITIESTOTAL34563CREDITS22 16 3863316164140
LIST OF COMMON COURSES (ENGLISH) FOR ALL UG PROGRAMMESSerialNo.COURSE SEMESTECODERTITLE OF THECOURSEHRS/W CREDI PAGEKTSNO.1TRANSACTIONS –ESSENTIALENGLISHLANGUAGESKILLS4371WAYS WITHWORDS– LITERATURES INENGLISH539ENG2A032WRITING FORACADEMIC ANDPROFESSIONALSUCCESS44114ENG2A042ZEITGEIST –READINGS ONCONTEMPORARYCULTURE54135ENG3A053SIGNATURES –EXPRESSING THESELF54156ENG4A064SPECTRUM –LITERATURE ANDCONTEMPORARYISSUES5417TOTAL22 CREDITS123ENG1A01ENG1A024
COMMON COURSES (ENGLISH) TO BE OPTED FOR SPECIFICPROGRAMMESSerial PROGRAMME SEMESTER SEMESTER SEMESTER SEMESTERNo.1234A011A03B.A./ B.ScA05BCom and otherLRP2A02A04A01A03A02A04A06CORE COURSESSerial COURSE SEMENo. CODE STERTITLE OF THECOURSEHRS/WK CREDITSPAGENO.1 ENG1B011INTRODUCINGLITERATURE65102 ENG2B022APPRECIATINGPOETRY65133 ENG3B033 APPRECIATING PROSE44154 ENG3B043ENGLISH GRAMMARAND USAGE54175 ENG4B054APPRECIATINGFICTION54194LITERARY CRITICISM44217 ENG5B075APPRECIATINGDRAMA ANDTHEATRE54238 ENG5B085LITERARY THEORY54256ENG4B065
9 ENG5B095LANGUAGE ANDLINGUISTICS542710 ENG5B105INDIAN WRITING INENGLISH543011 ENG6B116VOICES OF WOMEN543212 ENG6B126CLASSICS OF WORLDLITERATURE543413 ENG6B136FILM STUDIES543614 ENG6B146NEW LITERATURES INENGLISH54386ELECTIVES33ENG6B15/15 16/17/18/19/20ENG6B21/165 and 6ENG6B2217PROJECT/ RESEARCHMETHODOLOGY2 persemester2SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONTOTAL40/42/44/46/48/5052/557263 CREDITSStudy TourStudents may be taken on a study tour to any of the premier institutions of language,culture, art, film or media within the country during the Vth or VIth semestersELECTIVESSerialNo.COURSECODESEMESTERTITLE OF THECOURSE1ENG6B156LITERATURE OF THEMARGINALIZED3402ENG6B166DIGITAL LITERATUREAND ENGLISH3423ENG6B176WRITING FOR THEMEDIA3446HRS/WK PAGE NO.
4ENG6B186TRANSLATIONSTUDIES3465ENG6B196ENGLISH LANGUAGEEDUCATION3486ENG6B206SHAKESPEARE350OPEN COURSES(FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER DISCIPLINES)Open Course offers chances for any undergraduate students in an institution to take acourse of their own choice, from other disciplines in the same institution.Serial COURSE SEMESTER TITLE OF THECODECOURSENo.HRS/ CREDITS PAGE NO.WK1ENG5D015ENGLISH TING AL CORE PROGRAMMESSeri COURSE SEMES TITLE OF THE COURSE HRS/ CREDITSalCODE ENG2B022APPRECIATING POETRY65133ENG3B033APPRECIATING PROSE44154ENG3B043ENGLISH GRAMMAR&USAGE54175ENG4B064LITERARY CRITICISM44216ENG5B235APPRECIATING DRAMA55707
7ENG5B095LANGUAGE &LINGUISTICS54279ENG6B116VOICES OF 48/5011PROJECT/5&618/19)RESEARCHMETHODOLOGY2 persemester352/55ENG6B21TOTALENG6B2241 CREDITS*Project can be chosen either from Core English or from other coreComplementary CoursesComplementary Courses provide learners with openings to disciplines ancillary to coreCourses. They give opportunities to explore areas contiguous to English Language andLiterature and also of reciprocal interest. There are Type I and Type II ComplementaryCourses. There shall be only one Complementary Course in a semester for B AProgrammes. Type I Complementary Courses are taught in Semester I and IV. Type IIComplementary Courses are taught in Semester II and III.COMPLEMENTARY COURSES OFFERED BY BOARD OF STUDIES INENGLISH (UG) FOR OTHER UG PROGRAMMESSerialNo.1COURSE SEMESTERCODEENG1(2)C01½TITLE OF THECOURSEENGLISH FORCOMMUNICATIONCOURSE IHRS/WK CREDIT PAGESNO.64636465ASPECTS OF ISH FORCOMMUNICATIONCOURSE IIASPECTS OFREADING ANDWRITINGTOTAL8 CREDITS8
COMBINATION OF COMPLEMENTARY COURSES OFFERED FOR B.A.ENGLISH PROGRAMMETable 1Social and Cultural History of BritainTable 2Modern World History/Journalism/PoliticalScience/Sociology/ Indian Constitution andPolitics/ Modern Indian HistoryJournalismPolitical Science/ Electronic Media/ ModernIndian History/ Indian Constitution andPoliticsHistory of English LiteratureSocial and Cultural History of Britain/Modern World History/Journalism/PoliticalScience/Sociology/ Indian Constitution andPolitics/ Modern Indian History/ ElectronicMediaEmergence and Establishment of IslamMovements and Revivalism in Islam* Opt one Complementary Course from Table 1 and a corresponding ComplementaryCourse from Table 2. It is not permitted to make options across the table given aboveCOMPLEMENTARY COURSES OFFERED BY BOARD OF STUDIES INENGLISH (UG) [TO BE OPTED BY STUDENTS OF B.A. ENGLISHPROGRAMME]SerialNo.COURSECODESEMESTER TITLE OF THE HRS/ CREDITS PAGECOURSENO.WK1ENG1(2)C02½HISTORY OFENGLISHLITERATURE – I64662ENG4(3)C02¾HISTORY OFENGLISHLITERATURE - II64688 CREDITSTOTAL9
ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COURSES/ AUDIT COURSESThese are courses which are mandatory for a programme but not counted for thecalculation of SGPA or CGPA. There shall be one Audit course each in the first foursemesters. These courses are not meant for class room study. The students can attainonly pass (Grade P) for these courses. At the end of each semester there shall beexamination conducted by the college from a pool of questions (Question Bank). Thestudents can also attain these credits through online courses like SWAYAM, MOOC etc(optional). The list of courses in each semester with credits is given below.COURSESSEMESTERCREDITEnvironment Studies14Disaster Management*Human Rights/IntellectualProperty Rights/ ConsumerProtection*Gender Studies/Gerontology243444* Opt any one of the courses* Refer to CBCSSUG 2019 RegulationsExtra Credit ActivitiesExtra credits are mandatory for the programme. Extra credits will be awarded to studentswho participate in activities like NCC, NSS and Swatch Bharath. Those students whocould not join in any of the above activities have to undergo St. Thomas‘ College(Autonomous) Social Service Programme (STCSSP). Extra credits are not counted forSGPA or CGPA.Internal Assessment FrameworkItemMarks /20Marks/15Assignments43Test Paper(s)/ Viva voce86Seminar/Presentation43Classroom participation based on attendance43Total2015*Assignments and Seminars may be given from the FURTHER READING sectionattached to the syllabus of each course.10
Split up of marks for test papers/viva voceRange of Marks in testpaperOut of 8 (Maximuminternal marks is 20)Out of 6 (Maximuminternal marks is 15)Less than 35%35%- 45%212145% - 55%3355% - 65%4465% -85%6585% -100%86Split up of marks for Classroom ParticipationOut of 3(Maximum internalmarks is 15)Range of CRP Out of 4Range of Marks in test (Maximum internal marks ispaper20)50% CRP 75%1175% CRP 85%2285 % and above43External Assessment FrameworkEnd Semester Test Design of Courses with 80 MarksNo. ofQuestionsMarks/QuestionTotal MarksQuestion typeShort answers (2/3 sentences)152Ceiling 25Paragraph/problem type85Ceiling 35Essay Type2 out of 41020Total80Time2.5 hrs11
End Semester Test Design of Courses with 60 Marks*For courses with three credits or lesser, the external exam is for 2 hrs with 75marks(60 external and 15 internal)Question typeNo. ofQuestionsMarks/QuestionTotal MarksShort answers (2-4 sentences)122Ceiling 20Paragraph/problem/application type75Ceiling 30Essay Type1 out of 21010Total602 hrsTime12
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISHThe Department of English of St. Thomas College (Autonomous), Thrissur organizes theUG Common Course in English for BA/BSc/B Com Students of the College. The durationof the Common Course in English is during the first four semesters of the undergraduateprogrammes for BA and BSc students of the conventional BSc programmes. In the case ofprogrammes that offer language reduced patterns, it is during the first two semesters (forthe students of B Com / BBA/ B Sc Computer Science/Electronics).Programme Outcome:a.b.c.d.e.f.g.Critical ThinkingEffective CommunicationEffective CitizenshipEnvironment and SustainabilityEthical LivingSocial InteractionProblem Solving and Analytical SkillsUG Common Course in EnglishThe syllabus of the Common Course in English is the same as in the syllabus for 2017admissions.ENG1A01TRANSACTIONS: ESSENTIAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLSCOURSE CODEENG1A01TITLE OF THE COURSETRANSACTIONS: ESSENTIAL ENGLISHLANGUAGE SKILLS1SEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS3NO. OF CONTACT HOURS72 (4hrs/wk)13
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To impart the necessary macro and micro English language skills to learners to enablethem to express their feelings, opinions, ideas and thoughts fluently and accurately in avariety of personal and professional contexts.b. To create in learners a definitive sense of the stylistic variations of English and howthey are used in real life situations.c. To inculcate in learners a taste for deeper pursuit and acquisition of advanced level ofskills in English.d. To guide them on how to participate in discussions and make seminar presentationswith special focus on specific vocabularies and styles of usage in such contexts.2. COURSE OUTCOMEStudying this course, the student will be able to:a. Understand the basic elements of English sound system and the underlying causesof pronunciation problems and errors in English language use.b. Construct academic vocabulary and the vocabulary for real life contexts.c. Use grammatical and sentence structures accurately for comprehensibility.d. Express oneself in English in different situations of life.e. Use effective strategies of reading extended texts and passages.f. Generate professional confidence.3. COURSE DESCRIPTIONI. COURSE SUMMARY:Module 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:Module 5:PronunciationVocabularyGrammarSpeaking SkillsReading SkillsEvaluationTotal10 hrs10 hrs14 hrs12 hrs14 hrs12 hrs72 hrsII COURSE DETAILSModule 1: PronunciationIntroduction--speech sounds-vowels-consonants-basics of word/sentence stressresolving issues of L1 interference-e/m-learning corner.14
Module 2: VocabularyIntroduction- synonyms-collocations-phrasal verbs-idiomatic expressionsvocabulary in everyday social contexts- e/m-learning corner.Module 3: GrammarIntroduction- major tenses-present-past-future-questions and negatives- modalsconditionals-e/m-learning corner.Module 4: Speaking SkillsSocial Communication: Introduction – sounding very polite- making apoint/persuading- giving opinions/preferences-encouraging/comforting- makingsuggestions/regrets.-complimenting-guessing- telephoning in English.Academic Communication: discussion skills – presentation skills-debating skills- e/mlearning corner.Module 5: Reading SkillsIntroduction-effective reading comprehension skills-understandinggeneric/specific ideas /factual information-vocabulary in contextimplications/tone/attitude/ viewpoint.Core Text:CodeENG1 A01TitleAuthorPublisherDr. KunhammadK.K.University LLSDr. Abdul LatheefVENG1A02: WAYS WITH WORDS: LITERATURES IN ENGLISHCOURSE CODETITLE OF THE COURSEA02WAYS WITH WORDS: LITERATURESIN ENGLISHSEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSE IS 1TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS3NO. OF CONTACT HOURS90(5 Hours / Week)15
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To help students develop the acumen to read, appreciate and discuss literature.b. To introduce students to the linguistic qualities of a literary text and to unravel themany meanings of the textc. To acquaint the students with different genres of literature and to analyze them.2. COURSE OUTCOMEa. To understand elements of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and drama in Englishb. To analyse the poetry of Shakespeare, John Keats, Robert Frost, Dilip Chitre, MayaAngelou, Gabriel Okara and Bob Dylanc. To analyse short stories of W. Somerset Maugham, Graham Greene, Roald Dahl, andPatricia Graced. To analyse essays of E V Lucas and Carl Sagane. To analyse One Act Play of Tennessee Williamsf. To assess and appreciate different literary genres3. COURSE DESCRIPTIONI. COURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:PoetryShort Story23 hrs25 hrsModule 3: EssayModule 4: One Act PlayEvaluation:20hrs10 hrs12hrsTotal90 hrsII. COURSE DETAILSModule 1: Poetry184.108.40.206.5.6.7.Sonnet 29 : ShakespeareOde to Autumn: John KeatsA Roadside Stand: Robert FrostThe House of My Childhood: Dilip ChitreOld Folks Laugh: Maya AngelouOnce Upon A Time: Gabriel OkaraThe Times They Are A-Changing : Bob Dylan16
Module 2: Short Story220.127.116.11.Appointment in Samarra: W. Somerset MaughamA Shocking Accident: Graham GreeneLamb to the Slaughter: Roald DahlIt Used to Be Green Once : Patricia GraceModule 3: Essay1. Bores: E. V Lucas2. Night Walkers and Mystery Mongers: Sense and Nonsense at the Edge of Science: CarlSaganModule 4: One Act Play1. Something Unspoken: Tennesee WilliamsCore textCodeTitleAuthorENG1 A02WAYS WITH WORDSBoS, University ofLITERATURES IN ENGLISH CalicutPublisherUniversity ofCalicutENG2 A03 WRITING FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESSCOURSE CODEENG2 A03TITLE OF THE COURSEWRITING FOR ACADEMIC ANDPROFESSIONAL SUCCESSSEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS2NO. OF CONTACT HOURS72 (4hrs/wk)417
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To develop writing skills, to learn to integrate writing and thought and to apply theconventions of academic writing correctlyb. To acquire the correct sense of format, syntax, grammar, punctuation and spellingc. To acquire concepts, principles and vocabulary of reasoning and argumentation and useanalysis, synthesis and evaluation to advance argumentsd. To gain an understanding of discourse conventions ranging from structure andparagraphing to tone and mechanics2. COURSE OUTCOMEa.b.c.d.To use English academic writing skills to present thoughts and ideas systematicallyTo understand different type of academic writing and mechanics of writingTo acquire sufficient vocabulary for academic writingTo understand discourse conventions ranging from structure and paragraphing to toneand mechanics pertaining to Professional writinge. To prepare notes, précis, letters, resumef. To make academic presentation precisely, logically and effectively2. COURSE DESCRIPTIONI COURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:EvaluationProcess of WritingElements of WritingWriting for Professional Purposes IWriting for Professional Purposes IITotal18 hrs12hrs18 hrs12 hrs12 hrs72 hrsII COURSE DETAILS:Module 1: The Process of WritingIntroduction to Academic writing: What is academic writing - Purpose of academic writing- Types of academic writing - Features of academic writing.Structuring the Essay: Planning an essay- Brain-storming- Organizing and outlining- Writing a thesis statement - Nature of supporting sentences - Writing paragraphsStructure of an essay.Vocabulary for Writing: Selection of vocabulary- Abbreviations- Choice of nouns andadjectives- Appropriate verbs and adverbs- Conjunctions and prepositions- Prefixes andsuffixes- Synonyms- Common errors.Composing the Content: Writing introductions and conclusions- Ordering the paragraphs18
- Proof-reading and editing- Finalising the final draft.Module 2: Elements of WritingShaping Strategies: Discussions, persuasions and arguments- Comparison and contrastCause and effect- Defining and classifying Problems and solutions Mechanics andconventions of Writing: Punctuations, Use of articles, Relevance of examples,Generalizations, Academic style.Module 3: Writing for Professional Purposes IWriting Reviews: Reviewing books – Reviewing movies - Writing product reviewsWritingCase StudiesWriting Reports: Feasibility report, Progress reports, Evaluative reportsSurveys: Conducting surveys- Designing questionnaires, Collecting data - Writingdescriptive reportsModule 4: Writing for Professional Purposes II Writing CVsLetter Writing: Transmittal and cover letters - EmailsWriting summariesWriting memos On writing blogsEtiquette in writingCore Text:CodeTitleAuthorPublisherENG2 A03WRITING FOR ACADEMIC Dr. Anvar Sadhath University ofANDV.P. & Dr. Jacob CalicutPROFESSIONAL SUCCESS GeorgeENG2 A04 ZEITGEIST: READINGS ON CONTEMPORARY CULTURECOURSE CODEENG2 A04TITLE OF THE COURSEZEITGEIST: READINGS ONCONTEMPORARY CULTURESEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHT219
NO. OF CREDITS4NO. OF CONTACT HOURS90 (5hrs/wk)1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To inculcate the values enshrined in the constitution of India and to provide an insighton the secular framework of the country.b. To familiarize the learners with concepts such as conservation, sustainability and the lifeof the marginalized and their interconnectedness.c. To foster among learners an awareness of the diverse problems faced by women and thesexual minorities and to promote a culture of inclusion and mutual respect.d. To understand the ―human‖ as articulated among the various cultures and promote amulticultural and plural understanding of rights.2. COURSE OUTCOMEa. To understand the great values enshrined in the constitution and culture of India.b. To understand their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmentalactors in a complex, interconnected world.c. To analyze creative representations of human relationships with the non-human world.d. To recognize the ways in which societal institutions and power structures impact thematerial realities of women‘s lives.e. To apply knowledge for social transformation and the construction of gender.f. To carry out the responsibility of promoting social justice and human rights.3. COURSE DESCRIPTION I COURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:EvaluationSocial IssuesEnvironmentGenderHuman Rights20 hrs20 hrs18 hrs20 hrs12 hrsTotal90 hrsII COURSE DETAILS:Module 1: Indian Constitution and Secularism1. Preamble to the Constitution of India2. Should Gandhi‘s Assassin be Killed?: Pearl S. Buck20
3. Toba Tek Singh: Hassan Saadat Manto4. Freedom: TagoreModule 2: Sustainable Environment1. The End of Living and the Beginning of Survival: Chief Seattle2. On Killing a Tree: Gieve Patel3. Zlateh the Goat: Issac BashevisSingerModule 3: Gender1. The Story of an Hour: Kate Chopin2. The First time I Uttered a Prayer: Lee Mokobe3. Claiming an Education: Adrienne RichModule 4: Human Rights18.104.22.168.Refugee Blues: W H AudenAmnesty: Nadine GordimerAkkarmashi: Sarankumar Limbale (Extracts from Chapter 1)The Meaning of Life: Yuval Noah Harari (Extracts from Chapter 19)CodeTitleAuthorENG2 A04ZEITGEIST: READINGS ON BoS, University ofCONTEMPORARYCalicutCULTUREPublisherUniversity ofCalicutENG3 A05 SIGNATURES: EXPRESSING THE SELFCOURSE CODEENG3 A05TITLE OF THE COURSESIGNATURES: EXPRESSING THE SELFSEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSE 3TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS4NO. OF CONTACT HOURS90 (5hrs/wk)21
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To enable the students to read and critically appreciate the different genres of expressingthe selfb. To appreciate the fluid and flexible narratives of self expression that transcends theconventions of genrec. To understand how personal narratives intersect with the larger social realitiesd. To read personal narratives that move beyond the individual self to express thecollective selfe. To understand how the distinctions between fact and fiction blur in personal narratives2. COURSE OUTCOMEa. To enhance the intellectual abilityb. To develop an aesthetic sensibility of the realities of the worldc. To analyse various personal narratives which are intersecting with the larger socialrealitiesd. To identify possible social issues
university of calicut syllabus for undergraduate programmes in english . a02 a03 a04 a05 a06 2 bcom and other lrp a01 a02 a03 a04 core courses serial no. course code seme ster title of the course hrs/wk credits page no. 1 eng1b01 1 introducing literature 6 5 10 2 eng2b02 2 appreciating poetry 6 5 13 3 eng3b03 3 appreciating prose 4 4 15 4 eng3b04 3 english grammar and usage 5 4 17 5 eng4b05 .
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