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Course Outline (Biological Science)

Course Outline (Biological Science)

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Republic of the Philippines
RAMON MAGSAYSAY TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
San Marcelino CampusSan Marcelino, Zambales
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND SCIENCESSYLLABUS in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE
First Semester, A.Y. 2013
 –
2014
University Vision
RMTU shall be a university for sustainable development - a learning andresource center for the development of leaders and entrepreneurs responsive toappropriate and emerging advanced technologies for the sustainable utilization of natural, indigenous and human resources for community-centered development within adynamic and ever-widening society.
University Mission
RMTU shall primarily provide instruction, undertake research and extension andprovide advanced studies and progressive leadership in agriculture, forestry,engineering, technology, education, arts, sciences, humanities and other fields as maybe relevant to the development of the Province.
I. COURSE CODE:
Nat Sci 2
II. COURSE TITLE:
Biological Science
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The course covers an introduction to the nature of life including the studyof the humans, how bodies grow and change and respond to the outside world. Italso covers the study of the planet, a world transformed by the actions of livingthings.
IV. CREDIT:
3 units (3-hour lecture)
V. NUMBER OF CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK:
3 hours
VI. PRE-REQUISITE:
None
VII. GENERAL OBJECTIVES:
 At the end of the course, the students should be able to:1. Define biology as a natural science;2. Apply biological theories and concepts in daily life;3. Demonstrate appreciation of the nature of life.
VIII. TIME ALLOTMENT:
51 hours
 
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IX. COURSE CONTENT:
Expected OutcomesLearning Content(Tasks/Topics)TeachingMethods/TechniquesInstructionalMaterialsNeededEnrichmentActivitiesValuesDevelopmentEvaluationTechniquesNo. of Hours
 At the end of the unit,the students should beable to:1.
 
Be familiarized onthe thrust of theuniversity, thusgiving vivid directionon the course of study;2.
 
Define biology as anatural science;3.
 
 Apply ecologicalprinciples inpreserving theenvironment;4.
 
Identify the differentcellular structuresand their functions.
PRELIMINARY PERIOD
University VMGOI. The Nature of Life A.
 
The Science of BiologyB.
 
How Scientists WorkC.
 
Studying LifeD.
 
Tools and ProceduresII. Ecology A.
 
The BiosphereB.
 
Ecosystems andCommunitiesC.
 
PopulationsD.
 
Humans in the BiosphereIII. Cells A.
 
Cell Structure and FunctionB.
 
PhotosynthesisC.
 
Cellular RespirationD.
 
Cell Growth and Division
 
Interactivediscussion
 
Lecture-discussion
 
Film Viewing
 
News Analysis
 
Studentmanual
 
Chalkboard
 
Books
 
Slidepresentation
 
Graphicorganizers
 
Handouts
 
Microscope
 
Journal writing
 
Research
 
Groupactivities
 
Journal writing
 
Sense of responsibility
 
 Appreciation of life
 
Inquisitiveness
 
Cooperation
 
 Awareness
 
Journal entry
 
Quiz
 
Seatwork
 
Recitation
 
Journal entry
 
Researchpaper 118
 
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 At the end of the unit,the students should beable to:1.
 
Describe the workof Gregor Mendel;2.
 
 Analyze the Theoryof Evolution byDarwin;3.
 
Differentiatebacteria fromviruses and protistsfrom fungi;4.
 
Identify the differentplant responsesand adaptations.
MID-TERM PERIOD
IV. Genetics A.
 
Introduction to GeneticsB.
 
DNA and RNAC.
 
The Human GenomeV. Evolution A.
 
Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
 B.
 
Evolution of PopulationsC.
 
The History of LifeD.
 
ClassificationVI. Microorganisms and Fungi A.
 
Bacteria and VirusesB.
 
ProtistsC.
 
FungiVII. Plants A.
 
Plant DiversityB.
 
Roots, Stems and LeavesC.
 
Reproduction of Seed PlantsD.
 
Plant Responses and Adaptations
 
Lecture-discussion
 
Video clipshowing
 
Pictureinterpretation
 
Reportorial
 
Books
 
Slidepresentation
 
Graphicorganizers
 
Handouts
 
Magazines
 
Newspapers
 
Flat pictures
 
Research
 
Groupactivities
 
Journal writing
 
 Appreciation of life
 
Inquisitiveness
 
Cooperation
 
Honesty
 
Quiz
 
Seatwork
 
Recitation
 
Journal entry
 
Researchpaper 17 At the end of the unit,the students should beable to:1.
 
Characterize thedifferenceinvertebrateanimals;
FINAL PERIOD
VIII. Invertebrates A.
 
Sponges and CnidariansB.
 
Worms and MollusksC.
 
 Arthropods and EchinodermsD.
 
Comparing Invertebrates
 
Lecture-discussion
 
Video clipshowing
 
Picture
 
Books
 
Lab Manual
 
Slidepresentation
 
Graphic
 
Research
 
Groupactivities
 
Journal writing
 
 Appreciation of life
 
Inquisitiveness
 
Cooperation
 
Willingness
 
Quiz
 
Seatwork
 
Recitation
 
Journal entry
 
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