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File Ref.No.153735/GA - IV - B2/2018/AdmnUNIVERSITY OF CALICUTAbstractGeneral and Academic - Faculty of Language and Literature - Syllabus of Common Courses in English (CBCSS UG2019) with effect from 2019 Admission onwards - Implemented - Orders IssuedG & A - IV - BU.O.No. 8471/2019/AdmnDated, Calicut University.P.O, 29.06.2019Read:-1.1.U.O.No. 4368/2019/Admn Dated, 23.03.2019.2. Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies in English (UG) held on 27/03/2019 (Item No 4)3. Minutes of the meeting of the Faculty of Language and Literature held on17/06/2019 (Item No.5)ORDERThe Regulations for Choice Based Credit and Semester System for Under Graduate (UG)Curriculum-2019 (CBCSS UG Regulations 2019) for all UG Programmes under CBCSS-Regularand SDE/Private Registration w.e.f. 2019 admission has been implemented vide paper read firstabove .The meeting of Board of Studies in English UG held on 27/03/2019 has approved the Syllabus ofcommon courses in English in tune with new CBCSS UG Regulation implemented with effect from2019 Admission onwards vide paper read second above .The Faculty of Language and Literatureat its meeting held on 17/06/2019 has approved the minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studiesin English UG held on 27/03/2019 vide paper read third above.Under these circumstances , considering the urgency , the Vice Chancellor has accordedsanction to implement the Scheme and Syllabus of Common Courses in English in accordancewith new CBCSS UG Regulation 2019, in the University with effect from 2019 Admission onwards,subject to ratification by the Academic Council.Sanction is therefore accorded for implementing Scheme and Syllabus of Common Courses inEnglish in accordance with new CBCSS UG Regulation 2019, in the University with effect from2019 Admission onwards .Orders are issued accordingly.(Syllabus appended)Biju George KAssistant RegistrarTo1.The Principals of all Affiliated Colleges 2. Director, SDECopy to: PS to VC/AP to PVC/ PA to Registrar/PA to CE/ JCE I/JCE II/JCE III/JCEIV/JCE VII/JCE VIII/EX and EG Sections/CHMK Library/Information Centres/SF/DF/FCForwarded / By OrderSection Officer

University of CalicutSyllabus of COMMON COURSESIN ENGLISH based on CBCSS- UG2019 REGULATIONS(2019 Admission onwards)1

ContentsTopicsPagesCourses at a GlanceCommon Courses (For all UG Programmes)7-18Common Courses for Afzal ul Ulema (Preliminary) andAdib-i-Fazil (Urdu) [Yearly Pattern)19-20Assessment FrameworkInternal Assessment4End-semester Test5LIST OF COMMON COURSES (ENGLISH) FOR ALL UG PROGRAMMESSerialNo.COURSE CODESEMESTERTITLE OF THECOURSE1ENG1A011TRANSACTIONS –ESSENTIAL ENGLISHLANGUAGE SKILLS4372ENG1A021WAYS WITH WORDS– LITERATURES INENGLISH5393ENG2A032WRITING FORACADEMIC ANDPROFESSIONAL44112HRS/WK CREDITS PAGENO.


COMMON COURSES FOR AFZAL UL ULEMA (PRELIMINARY) AND ADIB-I-FAZIL(URDU)SerialNo.COURSE CODEYEARTITLE OF THECOURSEHRS/WKPAGE NO.1PART II ENGLISHPAPER I1PROSE,GRAMMAR ANDWRITING4192PART II ENGLISHPAPER II2POETRY, DRAMAAND SHORTFICTION320Internal Assessment FrameworkItemMarks /20Marks/15Assignments43Test Paper(s)/ Viva voce86Seminar/Presentation43Classroom participation based on attendance43Total2015Split up of marks for test papers/viva voceRange of Marks inOut of 8Out of 6test paper(Maximum internal(Maximum internalmarks is 20)marks is 15)Less than 35%1135%- 45%2245% - 55%3355% - 65%444

65% -85%6585% -100%86Split up of marks for Classroom ParticipationRange of Marks inRange of CRP Out of4test paperOut of 3(Maximum internal(Maximum internalmarks is 15)marks is 20)50% CRP 75%1175% CRP 85%2285 % and above43External Assessment FrameworkEnd Semester Test Design of Courses with 80 MarksSl NoNo. ofQuestionsQuestion typeMarks/Total MarksQuestionShort answers (2/3 sentences)152Ceiling 25Paragraph/problem type85Ceiling 35Essay Type2 out of 41020Total80Time2.5 hrsEnd Semester Test Design of Courses with 60 Marks*Courses with 3 credits or lesser will have 2 hr examination with 75 marks (60 externals and 15 external5

Question typeNo. ofQuestionsMarks/Total MarksQuestionShort answers (2-4 sentences)122Ceiling 20Paragraph/problem/application type75Ceiling 30Essay Type1 out of 21010Total60Time2 hrs6

ENG1A01TransActions: ESSENTIAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLSCOURSE CODEENG1A01TITLE OF THE COURSETransActions: ESSENTIAL ENGLISHLANGUAGE SKILLSSEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS1NO. OF CONTACT HOURS72 (4hrs/wk)31. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To impart the necessary macro and micro English language skills to learners to enable them toexpress their feelings, opinions, ideas and thoughts fluently and accurately in a variety ofpersonal and professional contexts.b. To create in learners a definitive sense of the stylistic variations of English and how they areused in real life situations.c. To inculcate in learners a taste for deeper pursuit and acquisition of advanced level of skills inEnglish.d. To guide them on how to participate in discussions and make seminar presentations withspecial focus on specific vocabularies and styles of usage in such contexts.2. 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: Pronunciation7

Introduction--speech sounds-vowels-consonants-basics of word/sentence stress- resolving issues of L1interference-e/m-learning corner.Module 2: VocabularyIntroduction- synonyms-collocations-phrasal verbs-idiomatic expressions-vocabulary in everyday socialcontexts- e/m-learning corner.Module 3: GrammarIntroduction- major tenses-present-past-future-questions and negatives- modals-conditionals-e/m-learningcorner.Module 4: Speaking SkillsSocial Communication: Introduction – sounding very polite- making a point/persuading- givingopinions/preferences-encouraging/comforting- making ning in English.Academic Communication: discussion skills – presentation skills-debating skills- e/m-learning corner.Module 5: Reading SkillsIntroduction-effective reading comprehension skills-understanding generic/specific ideas /factualinformation-vocabulary in context- implications/tone/attitude/ viewpoint.Core Text:CodeTitleENG1 A01AuthorDr. Kunhammad K.K.&TransActions:ESSENTIAL ENGLISHLANGUAGE SKILLSDr. Abdul Latheef V8PublisherUniversity of Calicut

ENG1A02: WAYS WITH WORDS: LITERATURES IN ENGLISHCOURSE CODETITLE OF THE COURSESEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSEIS TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITSNO. OF CONTACT HOURSA02WAYS WITH WORDS: LITERATURESIN ENGLISH1390(5 Hours / Week)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 the many meaningsof the textc. To acquaint the students with different genres of literature and to analyse them.2. COURSE DESCRIPTIONI. COURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:Evaluation:PoetryShort StoryEssayOne Act PlayTotal23 hrs25 hrs20hrs10 hrs12hrs90 hrsII. COURSE DETAILSModule 1: Poetry1. 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 DylanModule 2: Short Story1.2.3.4.Appointment in Samarra: W. Somerset MaughamA Shocking Accident: Graham GreeneLamb to the Slaughter: Roald DahlIt Used to Be Green Once : Patricia Grace9

Module 3: Essay1. Bores: E. V Lucas2. Night Walkers and Mystery Mongers: Sense and Nonsense at the Edge of Science: Carl SaganModule 4: One Act Play1. Something Unspoken: Tennesee WilliamsCore textCodeTitleAuthorPublisherENG1 A02WAYS WITH WORDSLITERATURES IN ENGLISHBoS, University ofCalicutUniversity ofCalicut10

ENG2 A03 WRITING FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESSCOURSE CODEENG2 A03TITLE OF THE COURSEWRITING FOR ACADEMIC ANDPROFESSIONAL SUCCESSSEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHT2NO. OF CREDITS4NO. OF CONTACT HOURS72 (4hrs/wk)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 DESCRIPTION ICOURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:Process of WritingElements of WritingWriting for Professional Purposes IWriting for Professional Purposes II18 hrs12hrs18 hrs12 hrsEvaluation12 hrsTotal72 hrsII COURSE DETAILS:11

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 paragraphs- 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 reviews WritingCase 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:CodeTitleAuthorENG2 A03WRITING FOR ACADEMIC AND Dr. Anvar SadhathPROFESSIONAL SUCCESSV.P. & Dr. JacobGeorge12PublisherUniversity ofCalicut

ENG2 A04 ZEITGEIST: READINGS ON CONTEMPORARY CULTURECOURSE CODEENG2 A04TITLE OF THE COURSEZEITGEIST: READINGS ONCONTEMPORARY CULTURESEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS2NO. OF CONTACT HOURS90 (5hrs/wk)41. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To inculcate the values enshrined in the constitution of India and to provide an insight on thesecular framework of the country.b. To familiarize the learners with concepts such as conservation, sustainability and the life of themarginalized and their interconnectedness.c. To foster among learners an awareness of the diverse problems faced by women and the sexualminorities 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 DESCRIPTION ICOURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:EvaluationSocial IssuesEnvironmentGenderHuman Rights20 hrs20 hrs18 hrs20 hrs12 hrsTotal90 hrs13

II COURSE DETAILS:Module 1: Indian Constitution and Secularism1.2.3.4.Preamble to the Constitution of IndiaShould Gandhi’s Assassin be Killed?: Pearl S. BuckToba Tek Singh: Hassan Saadat MantoFreedom: 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 Bashevis SingerModule 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 Rights1.2.3.4.Refugee Blues: W H AudenAmnesty: Nadine GordimerAkkarmashi: Sarankumar Limbale (Extracts from Chapter 1)The Meaning of Life: Yuval Noah Harari (Extracts from Chapter 19)CodeTitleAuthorPublisherENG2 A04ZEITGEIST: READINGS ONCONTEMPORARY CULTUREBoS, University ofCalicutUniversity ofCalicut14

ENG3 A05 SIGNATURES: EXPRESSING THE SELFCOURSE CODEENG3 A05TITLE OF THE COURSESIGNATURES: EXPRESSING THE SELFSEMESTER IN WHICH THECOURSE TO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITS3NO. OF CONTACT HOURS90 (5hrs/wk)1.4OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To enable the students to read and critically appreciate the different genres of expressing the selfb. To appreciate the fluid and flexible narratives of self expression that transcend 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 the collective selfe. To understand how the distinctions between fact and fiction blur in personal narratives2. COURSE DESCRIPTIONI. COURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Autobiographical Writings and MemoirsModule 2:Speeches and TestimoniesModule 3:Diary entries and LettersEvaluationTotal28 hrs25 hrs25 hrs12 hrs90 hrsII. COURSE DETAILSModule 1: Autobiographical Writings and Memoirs1. Memoirs: Pablo Neruda (Excerpts)2. Pilgrim at Tinkercreek: Annie Dillard (Excerpts)3. I Stand With You Against the Disorder: Jeanette Armstrong4. When I was Growing Up: Nellie WongModule 2: Speeches and Testimonies15

1. Art, truth and Politics: Harold Pinter2. Charlie Chaplin’s Final Speech in the movie ‘The Great Dictator’3. Voices from Chernobyl: Svetlana Alexievich (Excerpts)4. Breaking Silence: Janice Miri KitaniModule 3: Diary entries and Letters1. A Diaryof a Young Girl: Anne Frank (Excerpts)2. The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 ¾: Sue Townsend (Excerpts)3. Nenjamparamba Letters: M.A.Rahman4. Gandhi’s letter to Adolf HitlerCore text:CodeTitleAuthorPublisherENG3 A05SIGNATURES: EXPRESSINGTHE SELFBoS, University ofCalicutUniversity ofCalicut16

ENG4 A06 SPECTRUM: LITERATURE AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUESCOURSE CODETITLE OF THE COURSEENG4 A06SPECTRUM: LITERATURE ANDCONTEMPORARY ISSUES4SEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSETO BE TAUGHTNO. OF CREDITSNO. OF CONTACT HOURS490 (5hrs/wk)1. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSEa. To make the learners aware of the liberal humanist dimensions of literature and media in thecontemporary world.b. To enable the learners to understand concepts like globalization, commercialization andIntellectual Property Rights through new literatures.c. To inculcate the spirit of universal brotherhood by presenting critiques of race, Xenophobia,war and national borders.d. To disseminate knowledge about the rights of minorities such as children, animals and thedisabled and thus create a positive change in the societal perception of them.2. COURSE DESCRIPTION ICOURSE SUMMARYModule 1:Module 2:Module 3:Module 4:EvaluationLiterature and MediaGlobalization and IPRNation and its BoundariesThe Marginalized and their RightsTotal15 Hours15 Hours24 Hours24 Hours12 hours9o hrs17

II. COURSE DETAILSModule 1: Literature and Media1.2.“Divided Times”: Amanda MichalopoulouKomala: Santhosh Echikkanam Module 2:Globalization and IPR1. Cheriya Meenukalum Valiya Malsyavum: N. P. Hafis Mohammed2. Manjal: Satchidanandan3. What Work Is: Philip LevineModule 3: Nation and Its Boundaries1. Warsan ShireLove Across the Salt Desert: K. N. DaruvallaNo men are Foreign: James KirkupDeath Fugue: Paul CelanJamaican Fragment: A.L.HendricksModule 4: The Marginalized and their Rights1.2.3.4.UN Speech: Malala Yousufzai (July 12, 2013)Caring for Animals: Jon SilkinThe Cry of the Gull: Emmanuelle Labroire (Excerpts)Average Waves in Unprotected Waters: Anne TylerCodeTitleENG4 A06SPECTRUM: LITERATUREAND CONTEMPORARYISSUESAuthorBoS, University ofCalicut18Publisher&YearUniversity ofCalicut

SYLLABUS FOR AFZAL UL ULEMA (PRELIMINARY)& ADIB-I-FAZIL (URDU)w.e.f. 2019PROSE, GRAMMAR AND WRITINGCOURSE CODEPart II ENGLISH PAPER ITITLE OF THE COURSEPROSE, GRAMMAR AND WRITINGYEAR IN WHICH THE COURSE IS TO BE 1TAUGHTNO. OF CONTACT HOURS4 hrs per weekAIM OF THE COURSE: To develop language skills of the students by imparting the basics of grammar and thefundamentals of reading and writingCOURSE DETAILS:Module 1: ProseSri Jawaharlal Nehru : Arnold ToynbeeMy Quest for Love : R. K. NarayanSome Reminiscences of the Bar : M.K. GandhiOn Habits : A. G. GardinerUnity of Minds : Dr. A P J Abdul KalamModule 2: GrammarGrammar: Some Key Concepts – Word Classes – Subject Verb Agreement – Types of Sentences – Phrases andClausesAdjectivesVerbsAuxiliaries and ModalsAdverbs, Adverb phrase and Adverb ClauseTenses: Form and UseActive and Passive VoiceDirect and Indirect Speech19

Module 3: WritingPunctuationWriting a SummaryWriting a CV or ResumeWriting emailsA text containing the above lessons will be made availablePOETRY, DRAMA AND SHORT FICTIONCOURSE CODEPart II ENGLISH PAPER IITITLE OF THE COURSEPOETRY, DRAMA AND SHORT FICTIONYEAR IN WHICH THE COURSE IS TO BE 2TAUGHTNO. OF CONTACT HOURS3 hrs per weekAIM OF THE COURSE: To expose the students to literature and to enable them to hone their literarysensibility and linguistic acumenCOURSE DETAILS:Module 1: PoetryAll the World’s a Stage: William ShakespeareThe Solitary Reaper: William WordsworthThe Road Not Taken: Robert FrostMiss Gee: W.H. AudenNight of the Scorpion: Nissim EzekielKamala Das: My Grandmother’s HouseModule 2: DramaThe King who Limped : Monice ThornsThe Dear Departed : Stanley HoughtonModule 3: Short FictionThe Sniper : Liam O’ FlahertyThe Model Millionaire : Oscar WildeValiant Vicky, The Brave Warrior : Flora Annie SteelThe Kite Maker : Ruskin BondA text containing the above lessons will be made available20

1 eng1a01 1 transactions essential english language skills 4 3 7 2 eng1a02 1 ways with words literatures in english 5 3 9 3 eng2a03 2 writing for academic and professional 4 4 11 . 3 success 4 eng2a04 2 zeitgeist readings on contempo rary culture 5 4 13 5 eng3a05 3 signatures expressing the self 5 4 15 6 eng4a06 4 spectrum literature and contemporary issues 5 4 17 to tal 22 .

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