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DETAILED TEACHING SYLLABUS (DTS) AND INSTRUCTORS GUIDE (IG’S)

PHILOSOPHY
The PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY is committed to the pursuit of excellence relative to student’s professional growth and development.

VISION
PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY envisions producing quality graduates fully equipped with knowledge, attitudes, values, and skills and who are globally competitive in their chosen professions ever ready to render quality
services.

MISSION STATEMENT
PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY provides quality education to every student through a well-balanced research-oriented learning environment that develops critical and creative thinking for maximum development of
individual’s talents and capabilities.

INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES
In pursuit of its Vision and Mission, PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY will achieve the following:
1. Provide programs and activities that will enhance the development of the students physically, intellectually, culturally, emotionally, socially, spiritually and morally.
2. Provide college education opportunities to poor but deserving students through the PHILIPPINE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY scholarship grants.
3. Train students with globally competitive technical skills that will make them competent and capable of handling challenges in life.
4. Provide manpower needs of the country with professionally qualified graduates imbued with dignity and high moral values and who are mature, productive, self-reliant, responsible and self-disciplined citizens.

SPECIAL OBJECTIVE
To provide the country with globally competitive and professionally licensed graduates as integral part of the total manpower needed for economic development nationally and internationally.

Issue Date October 16, 2015 Prepared by: Reviewed by: Recommended by: Approved by:

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Milbert Caranto Mr. ALBERT V. VALERIO, Ms Crim Mr. AMBROSIO P. DETRAN, Ph.D. Engr. RAUL B. GIRONELLA, D. Min.
Instructor Department Head College Dean VP for Academic Affairs
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COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY
MISSION STATEMENT
In line with the Philippine College of Science and Technology Vision, Mission, and Objectives, the College of Criminology is strongly committed to provide quality education to every student imbued with strong moral character through a well-
balanced research and community oriented learning environment that develops critical and creative thinking for maximum development of individual’s talents and capabilities.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES
To produce globally competitive criminology graduates with high level of awareness and technical skills in public safety.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
The above goal will be achieved through the following specific objectives:
1. To utilize research in providing the students with adequate awareness and working knowledge of the crime problems, their main causes, crime statistics and their implication to the stability of the nation.
2. To equip the students with proficiency in technical and scientific skills in criminal investigation within the bounds of laws.
3. To provide opportunities to Criminology students in rendering professional services in the community to maintain peace and order through social utilization and educational campaign.
4. To produce future law enforcers imbued with positive attitudes to elevate the status of the law enforcement agencies and institutionalities.
5. To provide the criminal justice with professionals who possess well-rounded competencies for effective and efficient delivery of services of the five pillars in the system.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINOLOGY

Program Outcomes A B C D E F G H I J

a. Engage in lifelong learning and understand the need to keep abreast with the development in the field of practice. I

b. Communicate effectively

c. Work effectively and independently in multi –disciplinary and multi- cultural themes I

d. Practice professional, social and ethical attitudes, values and responsibilities.

e. Appreciate and value “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” and uphold constitutional and statutory guarantees. I

f. Apply knowledge essentials to the conduct of criminological research on crimes, crime causation, victims, and offenders to include deviant
behaviors.
g. Apply knowledge, skills essential to the practice of crime detection and investigation and fields of criminalistics.
h. Apply knowledge, skills in criminal law, evidence and procedure.

i. Apply knowledge, skills in law enforcement administration

j. Apply knowledge, skills in handling offenders’ welfare and development for their re-integration to the community.

COURSE TITLE Fundamental of Martial Arts COURSE CODE

CREDIT UNIT(S) 2 Units COURSE PREREQUISITE / CO-REQUISITE None


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course deals on the scope, purpose and objectives of criminology. It covers the theories in determining criminal tendencies and the factors that causes crime, as well as social disorganization in delinquent areas. It is also a subject
designed to orient students on the nature of criminology as a profession; primarily focused on the study of crimes and criminals as two of its primordial objects of interests, criminal behavior and the adverse effects of crime in the society. It
also serves as a premise towards a more comprehensive study of juvenile delinquency, criminalistics, criminal investigation, the criminal justice system, criminal jurisprudence and corrections.

STCW REFERENCE
STCW
COMPETENCE
COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (CILO’S)
1. Know the nature and scope of criminology as a profession.
2. Determine circumstances that most likely lead to crime commission.
3. Apply the different theories and approaches in determining the causes of crimes.
4. Use their knowledge in a more comprehensive study of the different fields related to criminology.
5. Internalize the need and importance of criminology education in the present situation.
6. Appreciate the importance of criminology education in law enforcement and investigation.

CHECK-UP PERIOD
TIME SUGGESTED TEACHING /
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT TASKS
ALLOTMENT STCW KUP CONTENT/TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES REFERENCES AND EQUIPMENTS
(ILO’s) (AT’s)
(Weeks) (TLA’s)
Weeks 1-4 In depth Chapter I: Concepts of martial 1. Vargas, Nelson. (2008). Street Written Quiz on the Definition of
12 hours understanding on the arts Rapid Defense Systems. Wiseman’s Martial arts
importance of the  Understand the definition of  Recite the definition of Martial Books Trading, Inc.
concepts of Martial 1. Definition and concepts Martial arts Arts 2. Urbano , Carmencita O. (2001). Written Quiz on the different
Arts of Martial arts physical exercises
Physical Education 1. SLA
 Know and understand the different  Discuss the different physical
physical exercises Publishing House
Chapter II: Self-Awareness exercises
Demonstration on the different
Physical exercises
1. Physical exercise - Stretching  Recite the basic rules and
- Warm-up exercise regulations of karate-do M.F. Peckley & J.P Eduardo (2010).
- Rigid exercise Essentials of Criminology. Phils: Check up Exam- Definition of
Chapter III: Rules and Regulations Wiseman’s Books Trading. Martial arts, the different Physical
 Know and understand the basic exercises and the basic rules and
1. Basic rules and regulations rules and regulations of the game regulations of karate-do
of karate-do
R.K Manwong. (2006). Fundamentals
of Criminology.

1. http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/
crimtheory/sutherland.html
2.
http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/
301/301lects.htm

Teaching Aids
- Laptop and projector/ White board
and Marker,

PRELIMINARY PERIOD
TIME SUGGESTED TEACHING /
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT TASKS
ALLOTMENT STCW KUP CONTENT/TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES REFERENCE AND EQUIPMENTS
(ILO’s) (AT’s)
(Weeks) (TLA’s)
Weeks 5-7 Application of the  Know and understand the  Presentation with kata and M.F. Peckley & J.P Eduardo (2010).
Chapter IV: Importance and
9 hours Knowledge regarding concepts of Karate sparring Essentials of Criminology. Phils:
concepts of karate
the concepts of karate  Internalize the importance of Wiseman’s Books Trading.
kumite and kata  Demonstrate a practice
1. Practicum Skills
skill/practicum Actual performance through kata and
-kata and sparring
sparring
 Demonstration of Kumite and R.K Manwong. (2006).
2. Karate Training Kata
Fundamentals of Criminology.
3. Self Awareness Prelim Exams on the concepts of Karate
with actual demonstration
-Tournament and Pacticum 1.
http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/
in Kumite and Kata
crimtheory/sutherland.html
2.
http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/
301/301lects.htm
Teaching Aids
Laptop and projector/ White
board and Marker

MIDTERM PERIOD
TIME SUGGESTED TEACHING / ASSESSMENT TASKS
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
ALLOTMENT STCW KUP CONTENT/TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES REFERENCE AND EQUIPMENTS (AT’s)
(ILO’s)
(Weeks) (TLA’s)
Weeks 8-11
12 hours
M.F. Peckley & J.P Eduardo (2010).
Essentials of Criminology. Phils:
Wiseman’s Books Trading.

Application of  Know and understand what is


Knowledge on the Mokuso as training of the mind  Discuss what is Mokuso as R.K Manwong. (2006).
training of the mind- training of the mind Fundamentals of Criminology. Written quiz on the principle on
mokuso
 Apply Mokuso mokuso
Chapter VI: Training of the mind
1. Mokuso 1. Presentations on Mokuso
http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/
crimtheory/sutherland.html
2.
Midterm Exams – Principle of mokuso
http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/
with actual demonstration
301/301lects.htm

Teaching Aids:
Laptop and projector/ White
board and Marker,

SEMI-FINAL PERIOD
TIME SUGGESTED TEACHING /
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT TASKS
ALLOTMENT STCW KUP CONTENT/TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES REFERENCES AND EQUIPMENTS
(ILO’s) (AT’s)
(Weeks) (TLA’s)
Weeks 12-15 Application of Chapter VII: Concepts of Karate  Know and Understand Karate and its  Discuss Karate and its form Written quiz on the concepts of Karate
M.F. Peckley & J.P Eduardo (2010).
12 hours knowledge about and its form form and its form
Essentials of Criminology. Phils:
Karate, forms or kata  Discuss Kihon technique
and kihon 1. Kihon Techniques  Understand what is Kihon techniques Wiseman’s Books Trading. Actual demonstration of kihon
-Blocking  Demonstration of Karate and techniques
-Punching  Understand the principle of its form
-Kickings blocking, punching and kicking Pre Final- Karate and its form and Kihon
 Presentation of Kihon R.K Manwong. (2006). techniques with actual demonstration
techniques
Fundamentals of Criminology.

1.
http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/
crimtheory/sutherland.html
2.
http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/
301/301lects.htm

Teaching Aids
Laptop and projector/ White
board and Marker,
FINAL PERIOD
TIME SUGGESTED TEACHING /
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT TASKS
ALLOTMENT STCW KUP CONTENT/TOPIC LEARNING ACTIVITIES REFERENCES AND EQUIPMENTS
(ILO’s) (AT’s)
(Weeks) (TLA’s)
Chapter VIII: Concepts of Karate  Demonstrate the different M.F. Peckley & J.P Eduardo (2010).
 Know and Understand Karate and its Written quiz on the concepts of Karate
and its form kihon techniques Essentials of Criminology. Phils:
Weeks 16-18 form
Wiseman’s Books Trading. and its form
9 hours
1. Kihon Techniques  Discuss the principle of
 Understand what is Kihon techniques
-Blocking blocking, punching, and kicking Actual demonstration of kihon
Application of
knowledge about -Punching  Understand the principle of blocking, techniques
 Demonstration of Karate and
Karate, forms or kata -Kickings punching and kicking R.K Manwong. (2006).
its form
and kihon Fundamentals of Criminology. Pre Final- Karate and its form and
 Presentation of Kihon Kihon techniques with actual
techniques demonstration
1.
http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/
crimtheory/sutherland.html

2.
http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/
301/301lects.html

Teaching Aids:
Laptop and Projector/ whiteboard
and Marker

COURSE ASSESSMENT:
(Criteria for Grading)
Methods of Evaluation: Students will be evaluated according to the following:
05 Examinations (Check-Up Examination, Preliminary Examination, Mid-Term Examination, Semi-Final Examination, and Final Examination);
03 Recitations (Preliminary Recitation; Mid-Term Recitation; and Final Recitation);
10 Quizzes, and;
05 Assignments
The final course grade will be computed according to the following formula:
1. Eighty percent (80%) attendance or better,
2. Seventy five percent (75%) general average based on the grading system as follows:
a. Prelim Grade = (5%)(Assignment) + (10%)(Recitation) + (50%)(Quizzes) + (35%)[(Check-Up Exam + Prelim Exam)/2]
b. Midterm Grade = [(Prelim Grade)+ (TMG)]/2 ; Where: TMG = (5%)(Assignment) + (10%)(Recitation) + (50%)(Quizzes) + (35%)(Midterm Exam)
c. Final Grade = [(Midterm Grade) + 2(TFG)]/3; Where: TFG = (5%)(Assignment)+(10%)(Recitation)+(50%)(Quizzes)+(35%)[(S-Final Exam + Final Exam)/2]

COURSE POLICIES:
(Requirements)
A. Attendance Procedure: Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each class. Students are expected to attend every class. Students are responsible for all material covered during any absence and assignments must be completed
by the due date for credit. The absence of four or more lectures and/or labs will result in a “DROPPED” grade (DRP). Missed exams will require proof of extenuating circumstances for any make-up consideration.
B. Absence due to Illness: If you are sick, DO NOT ATTEND THE CLASS. Contact the instructor by e-mail, telephone, or cellphone to discuss how you will keep up with the coursework assignments and complete the Laboratory
Experiments.
C. Methods of Instruction: Methods will include lectures and demonstrations that discuss key terms, concepts and formulae of the assigned chapter. During the discussion, a quiz about the basic concepts of each chapter will be given.
The student is expected to read one chapter and solve the assigned problems each week. This will require an average of five hours of study outside of the classroom each week. The previously assigned problems will be collected for
grading and the solutions will be derived in class. This process is designed to help the student thoroughly understand the concepts and applications of the material covered.
D. Academic Honesty: All students are expected to behave with academic honesty. It is not academically honest, for example, to misrepresent another person’s words or ideas as one’s own, to take credit for someone else’s work or
ideas, to copy and paste material from another document or from the internet, to accept help on a test or to obtain advanced information or confidential test materials, or to act in a way that might harm another student’s chance for
academic success. When the instructor believes that a student has failed to maintain academic honesty, he or she may be given an “F” grade, either for the assignment, lab report, quiz, examination, or the course depending upon the
severity of the offense.

COURSE TITLE SY/TERM OF EFFECTIVITY PREPARED BY: APPROVED BY:

FUNDAMENTALS OF MARTIAL ARTS 1ST SEM 2014-2015 COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY VPAA