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Philippine History and Governance with Philippine Constitution
3 Unit (s)
3 hours / week Hour (s) / Week
: This is a semester course that covers the historical events in the Philippines from the pre-colonial times up to the present. It also gives emphasis and importance on instilling the value of nationalism in every Filipino. The integration of Political Science shall deal with an extensive discussion and presentation of the development, organization, and operation of the political system of the country. It covers the concepts, theories and principles of Political Science and the analysis of the Philippine Constitution and its importance to our way of life. Prerequisites General Objectives : None : Upon completion of this course, the students are expected to: 1. Internalize, renewed relevant understanding of the Philippines through lessons in history, culture and governance 2. Conceive, compare and analyze and give importance to the struggle of the early Filipinos toward the attainment of independence from the colonizers. 3. Differentiate/elucidate the theories of Political Science relative to existing institutions at the local, national and international level. 4. Emphasize the value of the events that paved the way to nationhood and the evolution of the Filipino people. 5. Determine the changes in the systems of government as a result of colonization and occupation of Spain, Japan and U.S.A. for the attainment of our independence and the present constitution. 6. Develop critical awareness on the different issues and concerns provided fro in the implementation of the provisions under the new constitution and the use of these rights for enhancing not only their own lives but also those of others. 7. Locate, compare, organize and analyze data and other materials in the study of Philippine History, Governance and Constitution. 8. Familiarize with the different historical places and offices of the executive department, and other local government offices for the appreciation pf the dynamics of Philippine history and politics. 9. Incorporate and promote nationalism, the culture of peace that will inspire every Filipino to achieve progress locally and globally
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At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to:
1. To describe and characterize the early Philippines 2. To describe the physical characteristics of the Philippines 3. To illustrate Pre-Spanish culture 4. To show experiences of Pre-Spanish forefathers 5. To describe other foreign influences prior to the arrival of the Spaniards.
Unit 1: Introduction 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Importance of History Topography Pre Spanish Culture Propagation of Islam Foreign Influences
Oral/Graded Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work
Lecture and discussions Group Dynamics Field trips and Exposure trips - National Museum NHI Museum Research Use of the Globe and the Philippine political and economic map Film Viewing Role playing and presentation of skits/ dramas.
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To look into world events that paved the way to Spanish colonization of the Philippines 2. To explain the different reasons of the Spaniards in coming to the Philippines. 3. To narrate the highlights and efforts of the expeditions of Spain. 4. To discuss sequential methods and manners utilized by Spain to fully occupy the Philippines. 5. To analyze the consequences brought about by Spanish Colonization. 6. To measure the struggles and challenges faced by the Filipino people during the Spanish regime that motivated them to respond accordingly.
Unit II. Period of Expeditions and Colonization’s 1. World events prior to the expedition 2. Reasons of foreign colonizers in coming to the East. 3. Expeditions: a. Magellan b. Loiasa c. Cabott d. Saavedra e. Villalobos f. Legazpi 4. Changes during the Spanish Colonial Period (Political and Social) Discussion and Analysis Group Research/Work Role playing Video Presentation Use of the Globe and the Philippine political and economic map Film Viewing - Lapu-Lapu 3 hours Oral /Graded Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report
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7. Tabulate & contrast the motives of the different English invasions
5. Filipino Uprisings against Spain 6. English Invasion
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To enumerate and show the different factors that gave birth to Philippine nationalism At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To emphasize the struggles of the reformists 2. To compare and contrast the objectives of the Propaganda Movement and KKK.
Unit III. Propagation and Spread of Nationalism 1. Causes Discussion and Analysis Group Report/Group Discussions 3 hours Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report
Unit IV. Reforms and Revolution 1. Spread of Political and Religious Reforms 2. The Katipunan and other organizations Discussion and Analysis Group Report/Group Discussions Video Presentation on the lives of the following : a. General Macario Sakay b. General Gregorio del Pilar c. Dr. Jose Rizal d. Gat Andres Bonifacio Role-playing Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report Group Analysis
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To discuss the events that led to the establishment of the Republic of Malolos 2. To narrate on the gains of the Revolutionary Government 3. To discuss the results of the Revolutionary government
Unit V. The Republic of Malolos 1. Events that led to the proclamation of the Republic of Malolos 2. The Spanish-American War 3. The Revolutionary and Dictator Governments 4. Philippine Assembly Discussion and Analysis Group Report/Group Discussion Video Presentation Exposure trip in Senate/Congress Hall 3 hours
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4. To give importance to the effects of the Malolos Congress and differentiate the present constitution 5. To compare the different branches of the government. 6. Enumerate the qualifications, duties
5. The Malolos Congress and Constitutions 1935, 1973, 1987 Article VI- Legislative; Article VII – Executive; Article VIII- Judiciary Unit VI. The Filipino-American War 1. The First Philippine Republic 2. The Treaty of Paris 3. The Filipino-American War
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To develop awareness of the achievements of the Philippine First Republic and analyze 2. To narrate the events during the FilipinoAmerican War and the different agreements resulting thereto. 3. To enumerate the different provisions of the Treaty of Paris
Individual/Group report Group Dynamics Presentation of flip charts/biographies of Filipino Diplomats Film Viewing Visit to National Historical Commission Exhibit / Light and Sound Intramuros for a minimal entrance fee.
Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report/ Reflection Paper Group Analysis
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To differentiate & tabulate the Programs of F.B. Harrison & W.H. Taft 2. Compare and contrast the provisions of HHC Law and Tydings-McDuffie Law 3. Tabulate the importance, functions, qualification, tenure under Article IX Constitutional Commission CSC,, COA, COMELEC, Civil Service Commission 4. Enumerate by emphasizing the different characteristics of a public servant (Article XI) 5. Tabulate the different reasons for termination for employment in public service
Unit VII. Filipino Participation towards self government A. B. C. D. Filipinization Taft Commission Harrison Political Activities 1. Tydings McDuffie 2. Commonwealth Commission E. Article IX Constitutional Commission Role Playing Panel Discussion 3 hours Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report/ Group Analysis
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At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To discuss the American Codes and regulations 2. To discuss the importance and the gains of the Military/VFA and other treaties 3. To discuss the laws established by the Civil Government. 4. To discuss the achievements of the Assembly 5. To discuss the different forms and structure of government At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To discuss the aspect pertaining to the inauguration of the Commonwealth Government
Unit VII. Filipino Participation towards self government 7.1 The Civil Government 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. American Constitutional Code The Military Government The Civil Government The Philippine Assembly Government Reorganization Discussion and Analysis Slides Presentation Film Viewing - Pearl Harbor Individual /Group Reporting 3 hours Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report/ Group Analysis
Unit VIII. The Commonwealth Government 1. The inauguration of the Commonwealth Government Individual/Group Reporting 3 hours Oral Recitation Quizzes
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To discuss the different Political and Economic issues related to the outbreak of World War II 2. To enumerate the different classification of war 3. To identify who can declare a state of war. - Role of Congress 4. To discuss the steps undertaken b the American intervention to recover the Philippines from the Japanese
Unit IX The Pacific War/WW II 1. Declaration of War 2. The Fall of the Philippines - Axis/Allied Powers - USAFFE 3. Japanese Invasion A. Fall of Bataan B. Corregidor C. Death March D. Japanese Government (Puppet Government)/2nd Philippine Republic
Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report/ Group Analysis Reflection Paper
Film Viewing - D. McArthur (Movie) - Manila Open City - Tatlong Taon Walang Diyos Role Playing Group Dynamics Educational Field Trip - Corregidor Island
At the end of the chapter, the students should be able to: 1. To discuss the different agreement between Philippine and USA 2. Compare the different programs of government introduced by the President 3. To discuss the cause and effects of martial law 4. To tackle the 1st part of the Philippine constitution 5. To discuss the changes brought about by the New Society 6. Toe explain the objectives and goals of the EDSA Revolution 7. To point out the achievements and gains of the Aquino governments 8. To discuss the positive contributions of the Ramos administration to the Philippines 9. To describe the Estrada government 10. To point out the events that led to EDSA 2
Unit X Liberation Period A. Surrender of the Japanese 1. Problems of Independence 2. Prospects for Growth 3. Philippine Presidents a. Roxas b. Quirino c. Magsaysay d. Garcia e. Macapagal f. Marcos g. Aquino h. Ramos i. Estrada j. Macapagal-Arroyo B. 1. Martial Law 2. 1973 Constitution Discussion and Analysis Group Dynamics Paper Presentation on - Land Reform - Education - Economic Reforms - Peace and Order Individual/Group Reporting Role Playing Research Paper/Work Film Viewing/Documentary Film Viewing - Batas Militar - EDSA 1,2 and 3 - Estrada’s Impeachment Trail - Controversial assets and properties of Estrada 3 hours Oral Recitation Quizzes Group Research / Work Written Report/ Reflection Paper Group Analysis Final Grading Examination
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11. To point out the events that led to EDSA 2 12. To tackle the development programs of the Arroyo government
A. Migrant Workers B. Cultural Awakening C. Nationalist Decadence D. People Power 1. EDSA 1,2,3 Unit XI Contemporary Issue 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Elections Gawad Kalinga Global Warning Peace Education Human RightsArticle 9 Con Con
Picture/slide Presentation Educational field trip - Malacañang Palace - Aguinaldo Shrine
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Prepared by : Mr. Ramon Andal Dr. Mirram Bacud Mr. Julius de Leon Ms. Dominadora Edulag Dr. Carmelita Villamor Mrs. Lourdes Patag Approved by: ______________________________ Imelda C. Nery, Ph.D. Head, Department of Social Sciences S.Y. 2011-2012
April 2011 Revised 04/13/11
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