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PGC SCHEDULE

SECTION: 4B1
DATE
April 4, Monday

ACTIVITIES

April 6,
Wednesday

April 8, Friday

April 11, Monday

Feedback of
Prelim Exam
Giving of
Grades
Recitation and
Lecture

Wrap up
Session of
Chapter 6
Classroom
Activity (Bring
Fillers)
Recitation and
Lecture

TOPIC

Chapter 6 –
Declaration of
State Principles
and Policies
Chapter 6 –
Declaration of
State Principles
and Policies

Chapter 7 – Bill
of Rights

REMINDERS/
DUE SUBMISSION
 Recitation
 Mini – Reports
 Debate

Reminder: Bring
your filler.

Submission of
Bill of Rights
Crossword
Puzzle
Start of Online
Exam – Bill of
Rights
Submission of
Exercise –
Chapter 7
End of Online
Exam – Bill of
Rights
Start of Online
Exam –
Citizenship and
Suffrage
Submission of
Exercise –
Chapter 8
Submission of
Exercise –
Chapter 9

April 13,
Wednesday

Recitation and
Lecture

April 15, Friday

Debate

To amend or not
to amend the
Constitution

April 18, Monday

Mini - Report

Suffrage

April 20,
Wednesday

Mini - Report

Citizenship

April 22, Friday

Debate

Parliamentary
vs Presidential

April 25, Monday

Mini – Report

April 27,
Wednesday

Mini – Report

April 29, Friday

Debate

May 2, Monday

Mini – Report

May 4,
Wednesday

Debate

May 6, Friday

Continuation of
Mini Report

Legislative
Department
Executive
Department
Experience is
the best
qualification to
be a good
President.
Judicial
Department
Foreigners
should be
allowed 100%
ownership of
business in the
Philippines
Judicial
Department

End of Online
Exam –
Citizenship and
Suffrage
Start of Online
Exam – 3
Branches of
Government

Submission of
Exercise –
Chapter 9

Start of Online
Exam – 3
Branches of
Government

Submission of
Terminal
Requirement
(See the
guidelines
below)

MINI REPORTS
 It is called mini because you are only allowed maximum of 5 minutes to say
everything about the topic that was assigned to you.
 This is 10% of your grade. Kindly refer to the schedule of the date of your report.
 It is expected that you familiarize with your report. If possible, do not bring your
notes with you.
 If you use MS Powerpoint/Keynote, make sure that words are minimal. Smallest
font should be 30. Use visuals instead. You may use other techniques to enhance
your report.
MINI REPORT ASSIGNMENT
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

ABAD
ABELEDA
ACHUMBRE
ARCE
BAELLO
CAPUCHINO
CHAN

8. CUA
9. DEL VILLAR
10.DOMINGO
11.DRAHEIM

TOPIC
Who are the Filipino citizens?
Citizenship by naturalization
Dual allegiance vs dual citizenship
Theories of Suffrage
Scope of Suffrage
Nature of Legislative Power
Qualifications of a Senator
Qualifications of a member of House of
Representatives
Initiative
Difference between a district rep and
party list rep
Legislative Privileges / Parliamentary
immunities

12.ESTRELLA

Electoral Tribunals - Senate and House
Composition and Powers of the
Commission on Appointments
Legislative Powers of Congress
Non – Legislative Powers of Congress
Substantive Limitations on the Powers of
Congress
Procedural Limitations on the Powers of
Congress
How a bill becomes a law?
Power of Appropriation
Legislative Investigation
Oversight Function
Presidential Immunity
Executive Privilege
Qualification, Term of Office of President
and VP
Power of Appointment
Power of Removal, Control and
Supervision
Military Powers
Pardoning Power
Rule of Succession
Court Organizations
Locus Standi
Qualifications of Justices and Judges
Supreme Court Decisions
Powers of the Supreme Court
Principle of Judicial Independence

13.GARCIA
14.GUILLERMO
15.KALAW
16.LANUZA
17.LOPAMIA
18.MALICSE
19.MARFIL
20.MAUTE
21.MILAN
22.ORTUA
23.PORTUGAL
24.QUINE
25.RAYMUNDO
26.RICAFORT
27.ROLE
28.SAN BUENAVENTURA
29.SAN MIGUEL
30.SORIANO
31.SUMABAT
32.VALENCIA
33.VALERIO
34.VILLEGAS
35.ZAMORA

DEBATE TOPICS
Group 1 – Abad to Del Villar
Group 2 – Domingo to Malicse
Group 3 – Marfil to Role
Group 2 – San Buenaventura to Zamora

To fully develop, there is a need to
amend the 1987 Constitution.
Parliamentary system of government is
best suited in the Philippine setting.
Experience is the best qualification of a
good President.
Foreigners should be allowed 100%
ownership of business in the Philippines

TERMINAL REQUIREMENT
1. This is your final requirement for the subject. You are expected to critique
the state of the Philippine Political System.
2. You may focus on a particular problem or issue plaguing Philippine
government or the interrelationship/ dynamics of the legislative, executive
and judicial branches of the government or your critique of the election in
the Philippines..
3. In your discussion, you are expected to use the theories and concepts that
we have tackled in class.
4. Deadline is April 8, 2016
5. You are given the following options. Choose only 1.
a. Write it. Write a 2 pager essay about your critique of the Philippine
Political System highlighting its strengths and weaknesses and
opportunities for good governance.
 Provide citation if necessary. This is an individual project. The
following are the format:
 8 ½ by 11 paper (short)
 1.5 spacing
 Default margin
 Name should be placed at the end of the essay

 Place it in a folder when passing
b. Video It. This is to be done by a group composed of 3 students
(maximum). You may want to visit www.ted.com or watch Teditorial
in the The World Tonight @ ANC for ideas and inspiration. Maximum
time is 5 minutes.
c. Music Video It. This can be done by a group of 2 students
(maximum). Use any music that captures the State of the Philippine
Political System. To enhance your video, you may use existing
videos available from the internet. Do not forget to cite your sources
at the end of the presentation.
For clarifications and questions, kindly approach me, text me (ask
your President of my number) or PM me through Facebook.
Thank you.

Assoc. Prof. Jose Ricarte B. Origenes