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RIZAL SYLLABUS 2013.docx

RIZAL SYLLABUS 2013.docx

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Updated (2013-2014) Syllabus for the course on Life, Works and Writings of Jose Rizal.
Updated (2013-2014) Syllabus for the course on Life, Works and Writings of Jose Rizal.

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EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE
 – 
CAVITE
City of DasmariñasProvince of CaviteA.Y. 2013-2014
C
OURSE
S
YLLABUS IN
L
IFE
,
 
W
ORKS
&
 
W
RITINGS OF
R
IZAL
 COLLEGE
’S VISION
 
Emilio Aguinaldo College is an academic community dedicated to the pursuit of truth for the advancement and welfare of humanity.
COLLEGE
’S MISSION
 The mission of Emilio Aguinaldo College is to create an academic environment that will enable the individual to discover his/her full potentials; offer an inquiry-based,student-centered education relevant to the needs of the local and global community, and to live the values of VIRTUE, EXCELLENCE and SERVICE.
PHILOSOPHYEmilio Aguinaldo College
is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational institution of learning that fosters;
 
Equal and fair opportunities for education.
 
The total development of a person.
 
One’s
national identity while conscious of his/her role in the global community.
INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES
a)
 
Offer opportunities for quality and relevant education to all.b)
 
Cultivate the intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical aspects of a person.c)
 
Instill appreciation and pride for one’s national identity.
 d)
 
Produce graduates of global quality equipped with competence in their field of experience.
 
COURSE CODE:ASS6 21COURSE TITLE:
 Life, Works & Writings of Rizal
 DATE OF REVISION:MAY 15, 2013PREPARED BY:HANNIBAL F. CARADOMAHISTORECOMMENDING APPROVAL:DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.Head, Human Sciences SectionAPPROVED BY:DR. VERONICA S. GARCIADean, Art & SciencesPAGE 2 of 10
SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES MISSION STATEMENT
The College of Arts & Sciences carries out the most essential and major functions as a servicing unit in this institution through offeringthe General Education courses in all degree programs in addition to the programs under it.In consonance with EAC Vision and Mission the School of Arts and Sciences aims to provide quality education for future leaders tomake them well
 –
rounded individuals with a high moral sense equipped with practical wisdom for the enhancement of life to the fullestextent and thereby contribute to the growth and development of the community and the country as well.
a b c dOBJECTIVES OF SAS:
1.
 
Provide the best foundation in liberal arts and sciences and impart quality education relevant to the needs of the community andthe country;
 
 
 
 2.
 
Offer lifelong learning, technology and innovation through continuous research in the arts and the sciences and make thestudents acquire maturity in intellect, values and personal and social relations;
 
 
 3.
 
Develop national consciousness and concern and explore the community as a laboratory involved in social service throughextension services and community outreach ; and
 
 
 4.
 
Prepare students to become productive, competent and globally competitive professional leaders of the society and the world inthe various disciplines.
 
 
 
COURSE CODE : ASS6 21COURSE TITLE :
LIFE, WORKS & WRITINGS OF RIZAL
 
NO. OF UNITS : 3 NO. OF HOURS/WEEKS : 3COURSE DESCRIPTION :
A course on the life, works, ideas, and ideals of Jose Rizal which aims to provide students an in-
depth appreciation of Rizal’s contributions to the building of 
Filipino nationhood. The course involves the critical and analytical discussion of Rizal in the context of Philippine history.
PRE-REQUISITE : NONE
 
COURSE CODE:ASS6 21COURSE TITLE:
 Life, Works & Writings of Rizal
 DATE OF REVISION:MAY 15, 2013PREPARED BY:HANNIBAL F. CARADOMAHISTORECOMMENDING APPROVAL:DR. TERESA Q. AMARILLE, PhD.Head, Human Sciences SectionAPPROVED BY:DR. VERONICA S. GARCIADean, Art & SciencesPAGE 3 of 10
OBE COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
At the end of the course, the students will be able to:1.
 
To be able to explain
Rizal’s life, works, ideas, and ideals
and discuss how these have influenced the formation of Philippine nationhood.2.
 
To be able to point out important and pivotal events and factors that helped shape and develop Rizal’s nationalism.
 3.
 
To appreciate the relevance of Rizal’s teachings and those of other heroes.
 4.
 
To discuss, compare, evaluate, and analyze the achievements of Rizal and other heroes in relation to their importance to the life of the Filipino nation.5.
 
To manifest respect and reverence for their achievements, ideas, and ideals.
METHODOLOGY :
Getting to know you activities, discussion, workshop in group activities and presentation in a plenary, map works, film showing, walking tour in Intramurus andLuneta, museum visits, debate, skit presentation, and interviews
.REQUIREMENTS :
None
TEXTBOOK :
De Viana, Augusto V.
 Jose Rizal in Our Times: A
Guide for a Better Understanding of the Philippines’ Foremost National Hero.
Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp.Publishing Corp. 2011.
REFERENCES :
Guerrero, Leon Ma.
The First Filipino: A Biography of Dr. Jose P. Rizal.
Manila. Jose Rizal National Centennial Commission. 1962.Schumacher, Joel, N. Fr. S.J.
The Propaganda Movement.
Manila Solidaridad Publishing House. 1973.Majul, Cesar A.
 A Critique of Rizal’s Concept of a Filipino Nation.
Quezon City: UP Press. 1953. ________.
Political and Historical Writings by Rizal.
Manila: National Heroes Commission. 1963.Quibuyen, Floro C. A
Nation Aborted: Rizal, American Hegemony, and Philippine Nationalism
. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press. 1999.Corpuz, Onofre D.
The Roots of the Filipino Nation
, Vols. 1 and 2, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press. 2005.Constantino, Renato,
 Adoration without Understanding
De la Costa, Horacio, S.J
., The Trial of Rizal,
2
nd
printing 1996
.
 

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