Specialization: ENGLISH


We are always delighted to welcome you to the BSED Department. As the Department Chairperson, I believe that the purpose of education is to help students gain the required knowledge and skills so that they will be able to function in society. Students need to be provided with the necessary skills so that they can learn to become productive citizens. 

We have been committed in providing our students the best education possible.  The BSEd program offers Secondary Education with concentrations in Mathematics and English and continuously strives not only towards contributing to the holistic development of the students but also improving the program’s operation and upgrading the educational quality it offers.

On behalf of BSEd faculty members, warmest welcome!


Prof. Marlon L. Perado

-BSEd Department Chair

The BSEd is an undergraduate teacher education program designed to equip learners with adequate and relevant competencies to teach in their chosen area of specialization / major in the secondary level. (CMO No. 75, s. 2017)

Student Activities


STUDENT-AIDERS. Students from education department diligently listened as the University Physician lectures about First Aid Tips.

Learning Visits

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING! Students from Mathematics department successfully finished their Field Study at Luciano Milan National High School.

Peer Teaching/Cooperative Learning

TOGETHER WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL. Students from Math (see the picture at the left side) and English (see the picture at the right) Department were caught teaching their classmates during vacant period.

Computer-Assisted Instruction and Computer Assisted Learning

TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION. Mr. Mark Gil Sampaga, (see picture at the left) patiently guides his students while letting them use computers in their learning process.

Group/Individual Projects

PROOF OF GROWTH. Portfolios and compilation of individual picture on the left side) and group (on the right side) projects by the students were found in the office of Mr. Abille, Personality Development instructor.

Individual Report

LEARNING BY DOING. A graduating student from English Dep’t confidently faced his classmates as he reported and discussed his topic with evident mastery.

Performance Activities

APPLICATION OF LEARNING. Students magnificently performed their original story in a theatrical play as part of their Speech and Stage Arts subject.


CREATIVE DOCUMENTATION. Students who finished their Personality Development subject, submitted their portfolios as part of their final requirement.

Film Showing

VISUAL LEARNING. Students focused their attention on watching the movie, SUMMER’S LOVE and be emotional while learning their lessons in Educational Technology 2.


THE FRUIT OF AUTHENTIC LEARNING! Mr. Marlon Perado proudly showed the CDs of movie and audio presentation submitted by his students in Mythology and Folklore and Speech Communication with Debate.

Group dynamics

INCLUSIVE LEARNING! Students from freshmen were having a brainstorming in their group activity given by their Instructor, Ms. Annabelle Lictao.


REFORMED WRITERS. Ms. Gresaleth Soledad, news editor of the student’s publication taught the newly selected writers passionately as she writes her discussion on the board during their Journalistic Training


FAKE IT, UNTIL YOU MAKE IT! Jennifer Umanito, 4th year education student, prepares her material as she stand as the teacher in front of her classmates in a demonstration teaching.

Dimensional Question Approach

BRAIN-TEASING QUESTIONS! Students from BSE IV-English actively delivered their answers towards the divergent question asked by Ms. Espiritu, the demonstrator.


BONDING OF BRAINS! Studes of English1-A caught helping each other as they share ideas about their lesson during vacant.

Tandem Learning

STUDY BUDDY! CJ and Dianne from English department were captured sharing their knowledge with their each other as they finished their activity.


MODERN-WAY OF TEACHING! Ms. Janene Selga Espiritu, a fourth year student, aesthetically discussed her topic with the used of creative PowerPoint presentation in a multi-media way of teaching.

The graduates have the ability to:

  1. articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice. (PQF level 6 descriptor)
  2. effectively communicate in English and Filipino, both orally and in writing
  3. work effectively and collaboratively with a substantial degree of independence in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.(PQF level 6 descriptor)
  4. act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility
  5. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”(based on RA 7722)

For Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

  1. Possess broad knowledge of language and literature for effective learning
  2. Use English as a glocal language in a multilingual context as it applies to the teaching of language and literature
  3. Acquire extensive reading background in language, literature, and allied fields
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication
  5. Shows competence in employing innovative language and literature teaching approaches, methodologies, and strategies
  6. Use technology in facilitating language learning and teaching
  7. Inspire students and colleagues to lead relevant and transformative changes to improve learning and teaching language and literature
  8. Display skills and abilities to be a reflective and research- oriented language and literature teacher

    The BSEd is an undergraduate teacher education program designed to equip learners with adequate and relevant competencies to teach in their chosen area of specialization/major in the secondary level. (CMO No. 75, s. 2017)

    The BSEd Program aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy of secondary education