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morally upright individuals
CvSU Vission The Cavite State University shall provide CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY excellent, equitable and Cavite, Philippines relevant educational opportunities in the arts, sciences and technology through quality instruction, College of Education responsive research and Home Economics, Vocational and Technical Education Department development activities. It shall produce professional, skilled and COURSE SYLLABUS morally upright individuals for First Semester, School Year 2010- 2011 global competitiveness.
Rosemarie L. Marges Instructor
Office Location: HEVTED, College of Education E-mail Address: email@example.com
Office Phone Number: (046)862 10 23 Course Number: Course Title: Course Description: HRML 21
Consultation Hour: Monday/Wednesday 4:00-5:30 PM
Personality Development and Public Relations This course covers personal grooming, social graces such as telephone and table etiquette, reception manners and behavior to improved human and public relation focused on employee-management and customer relations. 3 3 None
Credit Unit: Credit Hours: Pre-requisite: Course Objectives:
At the end of the course, with 70% proficiency level, the students are expected to: 1.
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define personality; explain the importance of personality development; describe the different components of personality; characterize each of the different sub-components of personality ; explain the different stages of personal growth and development ; point out the different Public Decorum; demonstrate the different types of emotion; apply the different principle of effective communication in everyday
explain the different values that will improve human relations; and develop appreciation of the value of developed personality for effective learning as reflected in the performance of the learner.
Reasons for Developing Personality E. In addition. Intellectual Development 1. Self-Esteem IV. Personal Discipline 2. Modesty 4. Grooming and Harmony 1. Hands and Feet B. SOCIAL ASPECT OF PERSONALITY A. diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks. rapport. Grooming Habits for Men and Women FIRST LONG EXAMINATION II. class activities and in the development of projects. Posture C. Physical Health and Hygiene 1. fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the community. Care of the Brain. class performance and other course requirements. Course Content Overview of the Course Course Calendar (No. Skin. Personality Differences D. Liking Yourself PHYSICAL ASPECT OF PERSONALITY A. Good Manners and Decorum B. The Meaning of Personality B. Color Choice 5. EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence. Making Introduction PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF PERSONALITY A. Defining Beauty G. Accessories 3. Self-Awareness 3. PERSONALITY: DEFINITION AND ITS COMPONENTS A. 6 hours 1 hour 6 hours III. Rules of Etiquette 1. SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect.Core Values : Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets: TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations. of Hours) 6 hours I. Telephone Manners 6. they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity. punctuality. Manners in Public Places 5. Aspects of Personality C. Manners in the Family 2. Techniques in Improving Personality F. Make-up 4. Dressing 2. Hair. 12 hours . Exercise and Nutrition 2. Table Manners 3.
Steps to Happiness MORAL AND SPIRITUAL ASPECTS OF PERSONALITY A. Stress and Stressors 1. audio-visual materials. textbooks. Church B. . Psychoanalytic Approach 2. Basic Theories of Motivation 3. overhead projector and transparencies. cooperative learning (suggested for III and IV) • Seminar-workshop (suggested for V) • Film showing and computer aided instruction. Cognitive Development Approach C. hand-outs. Nature of Man SECOND LONG EXAMINATION VI. Family 2. brainstorming (suggested for IV) Instructional Materials: Board and chalk. Self-Confidence B. Values that will Improve Human Relations in the Work Area 6 hours FINAL EXAMINATION 1 hour Teaching Method/Learning Activities: • Lecture-discussion (suggested for all topics) • Demonstration. Learning Theory Approach 3. visual aids. Effects of Emotions D. basic make up kit. Kinds of Stressors 3.4. EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF PERSONALITY A. Motivation 1.5 hours V. Social Group Approach 4. How to Cope with Stress C. Motives and its Classification 4. HUMAN RELATIONS A. Major Signs of Mental Health E. Classification of Emotions C. Social Institutions Influencing Moral Behavior 1. Building Good Human Relations B. full length mirror. Factors which may Influence Motivation MIDTERM EXAMINATION 1 hour 7. School 4. Meaning of Motivation 2. modeling (suggested for II) • Group work. Approaches in the Development of Moral Behavior 1. Attitude Towards Awareness 5. Emotions and Feelings Defined B. Christian Morality D. Effects and Stress 2. simulation. 9 hours VII. Peer Group 3.
and 4.Long examinations are always announced. turn off or put in silent mode their cellular phones during class hours. individual projects. Cheating is strictly prohibited. 3. Paranaque City: AR Skills Development and Management Services. (2000). C. he/she will automatically fail the subject. Today’s personality development. maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the room at all times. written examination. Personality development and human relations.Quizzes may be announced or unannounced. class participation. Course Requirements: Recitation.S. (2002). Examination/ Evaluation 1. (2003) Becoming a winner: a workbook on personality development and character building. USA: J. Japan: Art Village Co. Manila: SDMS Santos. For the second offense. Uchida. otherwise. group projects.F.E. come to class on time. participation in a University/College-approved field trip or activity (must be cleared one week in advance). Classroom decorum Students are required to: 1. portfolio. C. A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of ”0” for the first offense. 5. (2006). (1995). A. Attendance Students are not allowed to have 20% or more absences of the total class hours. Personality for today’s young professionals. and c. wear their identification cards and observe proper dress code at all times. C. 2. 2. S.Textbooks/Reference: Avelino. (2006). Journey into the first century: a book for teenagers and young professionals. personal illness (must present medical certificate). assignment. A. E. R. Forever young. research work.Students who missed exams. Quirino. Manila: Anvil Publishing. they will be graded as follows: Dropped (if majority of the excessive absences are excused) Failed (if majority of the excessive absences are unexcused) B. b. laboratory exercises. oral examination. Manila: National Book Store. Green. Roldan. extension activities. or quizzes may only be excused for any of the following reasons: a. Williams Book Company. educational/ exposure trip. Ltd. 20% 25% 25% 10% 20% Prepared by: CLUSTER 5 Date : _______________ Recommended by: Approved by: VPAA Date:_______________ CLUSTER 5 COORDINATOR Date:______________ . exercises Evaluation/Student Performance Grading Quizzes/ Long Examination (QL) Midterm Examination (ME) Final Examination (FE) Recitation/ Oral Reports/ Attendance (ROA) Homework/ Projects/ Written Reports/ Research Work (HPWR) Course Policies : A. 4.. 3.Examination permits are required during midterm and final examinations. & Sanchez. death or serious illness in the immediate family (must present death or medical certificate).
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