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Course

Title
: SS1 – Philippine History with Philippine Governance
Course Credit
: 3 Units
Instructor
: Jennifer I. Malabrigo, MBA
Class Schedules : Saturday, 10:30-1:30pm (Rm. 406) – BEED2

Course Description:
The course encompasses the cultural and socio-economic of history of the
Philippines from pre-hispanic period to present, including the trends of the growth,
functions, and workings of the government of the republic of the Philippines. This
will also include the study on the various fundamental laws of the Philippines, its
essential elements and the comparative analysis of the development of the
Philippine Constitution patterned through the history of the Philippines.
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the semester, the students should be able to:


determine past events in order to appreciate the present status of the
Philippines including its history, constitution and governance;
encourage awareness on the current status of the Philippine government in
relation with its history; and
appreciate the importance of past events and its relationships to the present
and the future of the Philippines.

References:
 Zaide, G. et al. Philippine History and Government. 6 th Ed. 2013
 Agoncillo, T. Philippine History. 8th Ed.
 Halili, C. Philippine History. 1st Ed. 2004
 Lazo, R.S. Jr., Philippine Governance and the 1987 Constitution. 2006
Classroom Rules:
 Set your cell phones on silent mode.
 You are expected to be in class on time, prepared to discuss the material
assigned to you and participate in the discussion
 When speaking, talk to the farthest person in the room. When somebody else
is speaking, listen.

Grading System:
Prelims
= 30%
Midterms = 30%
Finals
= 40%

Major Exams, Quizzes, Recitations
60%
Presentations, Assignments, Research

=
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.Get your money worth. learn and grow! Challenge yourself. We will learn a good deal from each other. Always remember to put God first in everything we do and He will crown us success. Attend. participate.

2015) Part 2 – The Colonial Era (Cont. 6th Edition Author : Zaide. Oral Recitation July 4 – Quiz.) 13 – Filipino Revolts Again Spain 14 – The Propaganda Movement and the Katipunan 15 – The Philippine Revolution 16 – The Coming of America 17 – The First Philippine Republic and the Filipino-American War 18 – Our Country as a Colony of America 19 – Economic Progress Under America 20 – Our American Heritage Part 3 – From Commonwealth To Republic 21 – The Commonwealth of the Philippines 22 – The Second World War 23 – The Third Philippine Republic 24 – The Marcos Dictatorship 25 – People Power Revolution and Democracy Again 26 – The First Protestant and Centennial President Midterm Examination (Aug. Assignment June 27 – Group Reporting (3-5). Quiz July 18 – Group Reporting (11-12).Orientation and Introduction June 20 – Lectures (1&2). Course Topics: Week Topic st 1-6-1 Orientation day Part 1 – Environment and Asian Heritage 1 – Physical Environment June 20 2 – Social Environment 3 – Our Early Ancestors June 27 4 – Our Malayan Heritage 5 – Our Heritage from India. Group Reporting (6-7). Sonia M. Discussion. and Arabia Part 2 – The Colonial Era July 4 6 – The Coming of Spain 7 – Our Country as a Colony of Spain July 11 8 – Filipino Services to Spain 9 – Our Spanish Heritage 10 . 31 – Sept.. 2015) Part 4 – Philippine Government 27 – Introduction to the Study of Government June 13. Discussions/Oral Recitation Coverage: Chapter 1-12 Group Reporting Discussion Quizzes Oral Recitation Video presentation Group Activity . Mapping.Book : Philippine History and Government. Discussions July 11 – Group Reporting (810) Discussions. China. 5.Economic Life Under Spain July 18 11 – Our Latin American Heritage 12 – The British Invasion 7 8-12 Aug 1 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 22 Aug 29 13 14-17 Sept 12 Preliminary Examination (Jul. 20-25.

• Prepare 10 questions for each chapter that will assign to you/your group (e.com • Provide your classmates a copy of your presentation.Sept 19 Sept 26 Oct. 3 Oct. Exams.g.The President of the Philippines 34 – The New Congress 35 – The Judiciary Part 4 – Philippine Government 36 – Public Administration and Civil Service 37 – Local Governments and Regions 38 – Public Finance 39 – Diplomacy and Foreign Relations 40 – Contemporary Philippines Supplement of 2nd Aquino Government Final Examination (Oct. . identification. Quizzes. • Quiz will be given every meeting (coverage -finished topics). enumerations). 19-24. 10 20 28 – The 1986 Constitution 29 – Filipino Citizens 30 – Rights and Duties of Citizens 31 – Suffrage and Elections 32 – Political Parties 33 . Case Presentation Reporters Guidelines • E-mail to me a summary of your report ahead. Recitation. multiple choices. 2015) Group Reporting Discussion Quizzes Oral Recitation Video presentation Activity & Learning Approach Discussion/Brainstorming PPT Presentation/Audiovisual Lecture Class Reporting Group Activity Evaluation: Assignments. matching type. include your PowerPoint presentation –jenimfeunrmf@yahoo.