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First Semester, SY 2011-2012 I. II. Course No. and Title Course Description : : Ed 121 - Social Dimensions of Education This course introduces the students to an overview of social science theories and researches that are related to education. It emphasizes the basic assumption that education is a social function hence the attempt to understand and master the educative process must be based on a comprehensive understanding of social theories and issues. It seeks to develop within the learners a deeper sense of social awareness through analysis of current issues and concerns affecting the educational system. Through the various learning activities, the students are expected to gain a more positive attitude towards people and society as well as deeper interest to be of service to others. 3 units 3 Hours a Week, 54 hours 1 semester None FS 1 At the end of one semester, the students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Develop a broader understanding of social conditions related to the educational system based on sociological perspectives Apply the different theoretical perspectives of sociology in analyzing the current problems and issues of society Situate the learning process in the present socio-cultural context Address the needs of future learners with different cultural backgrounds and characteristics
Hours/week/semester : Pre- requisite : Co-requisite : III. General Objectives :
Instructional Media Power Point Presentation of School’s VMGO Or Use of Overhead Projector VIII. (2006). Discuss the importance of sociological theories in the field of education 3. goals and objectives of MSUIIT b) relate the school’s VMGO to the course objectives c) share significant experiences as students of MSU-IIT in relation to VMGO At the end of the unit. Remarks To be done on the first meeting of the class… Students who cannot come on the first day of class can be given special assignment in line with the topic. the students will be able to: V. Time Allotme nt 1½ Hours 1 meeting XI. MISSION. Analyze particular social conditions in the field of education based on Power Point Presentation or Use of Overhead Projector Group Analysis and Presentation of Actual Observation of Social Issues Based on Sociological Theories Online Research Quiz Reaction Paper 6 Hours 4 meetings 2 . Methods/ Strategies Brainstorming Group Sharing/Discussion Group Report VII.. et. the students are expected to: a) review the vision. II. AL. mission. VISION. Enrichment Activities Sharing of Experiences in relation to School’s VMGO IX.IV. Evaluation Group Expectation Report X. Describe in detail the different sociological Lesson 1 Sociological Perspectives Word Game Lecture theories of Society Discussion • • • • • • What is Society? What Is a Theory? Structural-Functionalism Conflict Consensus Symbolic Interactionism Cooperative Learning through Group Research and Report INTRODUCTION TO THE SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF EDUCATION References for this unit can be: Vega. Topic/Content I. Specific Objectives At the end of the topic. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF MSU-IIT a) Meaning of VMGO of MSUIIT b) Course Orientation c) Students’ Expectation Check VI. Social Dimensions of Education Sociology books 2. MODULE 1- 1.
reflect on some ways to maintain harmonious social relationships At the end of this lesson. Cooley’s The capabilities as Looking Glass Self social being • George Herbert Mead On Social Theory 2. the students are expected Lesson 2 Developing the Social Self to: 1.sociological perspectives At the end of this lesson. Identify possible teaching strategies and techniques to implement the Four Lesson 3 Education for Growth and Transformation: UNESCO’s Four Pillars of Learning • • • • Learning to Learning to Learning to Together Learning to Know Do Live Be Brainstorming Using the KWL Approach K stands for Knowledge which students previously have regarding the topic W means what the students Want to learn more about the topic L refers to the information that the students will Learn about the topic at the end of KWL Chart Power Point Presentation Group Report Research on Teaching Strategies to enhance each pillar of learning Quiz Report 3 Hours 2 meetings Can be enriched with the explanation of different teaching methods and strategies that enhance the four pillars of learning 3 . Illustrate situations in which the four Pillars of Learning can be applied 3. Explain the UNESCO’s Four Pillars of Learning 2. recognize their own • Charles H. the students should be able to: Reading of Selection Discussion Lecture Group Sharing and Report Photo Copy of Reading Selection Power point presentation Essay Writing on experience of social growth Application of Psycho-social theories on one’s personal development Quiz Reaction Paper Sociogram 6 Hours 4 meetings 1. explain the importance of the social self 3.
describe the Lesson 2 Language In meaning and Intercultural Communication components of language • What Is Language? • Components of Language 2.Pillars of Learning the lesson In this lesson. discuss the meaning of intercultural communication 3. the students should be able to: 1. demonstrate the elements and dynamics of intercultural communication MODULE 2 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION Lesson 1 The Importance of Intercultural Communication • Tribal Identification • Culture: The Basis for Intercultural Communication • Characteristics of Culture • Components of Culture • Importance of Culture • Intercultural Communication: Concepts and Principles • Recognizing and Managing Diversity • Tips for Successful Multicultural Communication • Peace Education Recognizing one’s tribal origin Small Group Sharing and Discussion Collage Making Lecture Meta Cards Collage Power Point Interview parents. acceptance and appreciation of other people’s culture In this lesson. give the importance • Importance of Language in of language in Intercultural Communication intercultural Picture Talk Small Group Discussion Lecture Picture or Video Footage Power Point Language Translation Analysis of Meaning Quiz Group Singing and Analysis of their song Talk Show to enhance oral 3 Hours 2 meetings Intercultural communication can be enhanced through exchange of meaning of different languages spoken by people 4 . review the basic concepts of communication and culture in general 2. the students are expected to: 1. grandparents and other relatives regarding the culture of tribe of origin Making electronic collage Quiz Reflection Paper 6 Hours 4 meetings Values to live by: respect for one another.
5 . alternative health. etc. Distinguish the • People’s Responses to factors of socioSocio-Cultural Change cultural change • Multiculturalism In the 3. day care center. demonstrate verbal ways and other non-verbal expressions useful in intercultural Lesson 3 Socio-Cultural communication Change • Definition of Social and In this lesson. students can be assigned to gather data from the community about certain projects and their contribution to educational development. Explain multicultural education as an innovative response to changes in educational system • • Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis Types of Meaning communicati on skills News & Advertisement Analysis Discussion News Clippings Video Clippings of TV Ads Newscasting Discussion of Current Issues Group Discussion and Reporting Case Study Quiz 6 hours 4 meetings For Case Study. Define the meaning • Theories and Factors of of socio-cultural Socio-Cultural Change change • Processes of Socio-Cultural Change 2. supplemental feeding program. the Cultural Change students should be able to: 1. Identify ways and School Setting means of evaluating societal changes that are beneficial to people and culture 4.communication 3. such as: cooperative.
describe the characteristics and functions of the different social institutions 3. show the interrelationships among the social institutions and their contribution to educational development of the citizens MODULE 3 SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Lesson 1 Characteristics and Functions of Social Institutions • Characteristics of Social Institutions • Functions of Social Institutions • Major Social Institutions Lesson 2 The Family • Characteristics of the Filipino Family • Functions of the family • Family Patterns Lesson 3 The School • Functions of School • Manifest and Latent Functions of Education Lesson 4 Religion as Institution • Characteristics of Religion • Functions of Religion • Elements of Religion Lesson 5 Economic Institutions • Microeconomics and Macroeconomics • Basic Economic Problems Lesson 6 Government as Institution • Functions of Government MODULE 4 GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT Lesson 1 Theories of Gender Development • Social learning Theory • Cognitive-Developmental Sharing of Experiences Group Report Discussion Powerpoint Handouts Cartolina or Manila Paper Posters Discussion of actual experiences related to these social institutions Quiz Submission of Written Group Reports 6 hours 4 meetings Group Reports and discussion have to be done in a snappy manner.In this lesson. the students will be able to: 1. identify the different social institutions 2. In this lesson. 6 . the students will be able to: 1) discuss theories of gender development 2) describe conditions involving gender issues and problems Film showing Discussion Lecture Film related to gender issues Powerpoint Report on current issues involving gender problems and advocacy Reflection Paper Quiz 3 hours 2 meetings Report can be assigned to individual students.
Economic and Political Issues on Globalization Lesson 2 Global Education • What is Global Education? • Core Values and Competencies for Global Education • Role of Education in Understanding Globalization Lesson 3 Globalization and Its Impact on Education • Content of Education • Fall Out of Globalization • Education in the New Milieu Brainstorming Collage Making Discussion lecture Powerpoint Collage Handouts Web Quest on Indicators. Pictures Pertaining to Globalization. Education and Development • Advocacy for Gender Equality and Its Basis MODULE 5 GLOBALIZATION AND EDUCATION Lesson 1 What Is Globalization? • Overview of Globalization • Characteristics of Globalization Linked to Education • Socio-Cultural. Discussion of Problems on Globalization Quiz Talk Show Type Discussion by Group 6 hours 4 meetings Students should be able to distinguish the positive and negative impact of globalization. Power and Feminism Lesson 3 Gender.3) show significant gains that have been made in gender education and advocacy In this lesson. the students will be able to: 1) define globalization and its characteristics 2) describe how sociocultural. economic. Lesson 4 Education for Sustainable Development 7 . environmental. political and equity issues affect globalization 3) discuss the impact of globalization on the process and progress of education Theory • Gender Schema Theory Lesson 2 Gender Stereotyping as a Social Phenomenon • Issues of Sexism and Gender Inequality • Gender Equality.
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