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METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City Course Syllabus 2nd Semester School Year 2011- 2012

I.

Course Number :

PE 02 : : 2 units

II. Course Title III. Course Credit

Prepared by:

Endorsed by:

Approved by:

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ Instructor

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ Registrar

MARIVIC VALDEZ- ECLIPSE, Ph.D. School Director

IV.

Mission/ Vision To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process. Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials. Everyone is envisioned to posses self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen for the future.

V. Course Description: This course deals with the fundamentals of the dances such as modern dances, folk dances, ethnic dances and ballroom dances. VI. Course Objectives: General objectives: At the end of the course, the students must be able to: 1. Learn the basic steps of the dances and its cultural impact to the Filipinos. 2. Develop the fundamental skills through participation and 3. Develop desirable social attitudes among students towards the activities.

VII.

Course Outline: Specific Objectives Subject matter Values Integrated Loyalty Strategies Lecture Evaluative Measures Recitations Quiz Instruction al Materials Student Handbook Learning Outcome

Time Frame

1st2nd At the end of the UNIT I. Week lessons students ORIENTATION are expected to: a. School 1. Know the Philosophy, school Mission and policies Vision. pertaining to b. Policies of the conduct the School and discipline c. Classroom of the Management students and system, school course grading requirement system. s and other 2. Memorize allied and fully activities, understand resources the and other Philosophy, instructional Mission and materials. Vision of the d. Grading Institution. System e. Syllabi 3rd5th 1. Incorporate Christmas dance Week the modern dance in the

Self confidence Discussions Honesty

Critical thinking

Practices of Dance Christmas presentatio dance n

Present a Christmas dance

celebration of Yuletide season. 6th10th Week


1. To know the

Social Relationships Self confidence PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION History of folk Critical Lecture dancing Thinking Practices Basic steps of folk dances Social Relationships Different folk dances MIDTERM EXAMINATION Critical Lecture Thinking Demonstrati ons Social Relationships Critical Analysis

history folk dancing 2. To know the basic steps of folk dances. 3. To know the different folk dances.
1. To

Practicum

Textbook

To present a folk dance

11th- 15th Week

be Ethnic dance familiarize with the different ethnic dances of the Philippines. 2. To know the importance and relationship of the ethnic dances to the culture of the different ethnic groups of the Philippines 1. To be Ballroom dancing

Group Activities

Textbook

To present ethnic dances

16th-

18th

PREFINAL EXAMINATION Critical Demonstrati

Group

Textbook

To

present

Week

familiarize with the different ballroom dances. 2. To know the history of ballroom dancing. 3. To know the different ballroom dance.

Thinking Social Relationships Critical Analysis

ons Practicum

Activities

ballroom dances

FINAL EXAMINATION

References:
1. Jimena, Edgar C. Dance your way to fitness. Manila: Rex Book Store, 2006

2. Philippine Folk Dances.

Grading System: Class Participation Attendance Recitation Quiz Requirements Examination 70%

30%

Total Preliminary Average Grade Midterm Grades Prelim Average Midterm Average PreFinal Grade Midterm Average Prefinal Average Final Grade Prefinal Average Final Average

100%

30% 70%

30% 70%

30% 70%

METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City Course Syllabus 2nd Semester School Year 2011- 2012

I.

Course Number :

PE 04

II. Course Title III. Course Credit

: :

Recreational Activities 2 units

Prepared by:

Endorsed by:

Approved by:

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ Instructor

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ Registrar

MARIVIC VALDEZ- ECLIPSE, Ph.D. School Director

IV.

Mission/ Vision To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process. Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials. Everyone is envisioned to posses self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen for the future.

V. Course Description: This course is designed to meet the recreational needs of students. The subject also discuss the first aid activity and water survival. Activities are planned to introduce different kinds of activities that are not only fun but also educational and can be of help for physical fitness of the students. VI. Course Objectives: General objectives: At the end of the course, the students must be able to: 1. Learn the different recreational activities that are also educational. 2. To learn basic of first aid. 3. To learn the different ways of water survival.

VII.

Course Outline: Specific Objectives Subject matter Values Integrated Strategies Lecture Discussions Evaluative Measures Recitations Quiz Instructio nal Materials Student Handbook Learning Outcome Students are aware of the school policies, rules and regulations.

Time Frame

1st2nd At the end of the UNIT I. Loyalty Week lessons students are ORIENTATION expected to: a. School Self 1. Know the school Philosophy, confidence policies Mission and

pertaining to the conduct and discipline of the students and school grading system. 2. Memorize and fully understand the Philosophy, Mission and Vision of the Institution.

3rd5th Week

Vision. Honesty b. Policies of the School c. Classroom Managemen t system, course requirement s and other allied activities, resources and other instructional materials. d. Grading System e. Syllabi 1. Learn the Christmas song Self importance of Confidence Yuletide season as part of the Creativity culture of the Filipinos. Group 2. Incorporate coordination music into the celebration of Christmas

Lecture Practices

Practicum

Textbook

1. Learned and enjoy the Christmas

6 - 10 Weekth

th

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 1. To know the Single, Doubles Self Lecture different solo, and Group games. Confidence double and Scrabble Discussions

Practicum

Textbook

1. Know the history of the

group games. 2. Trace the history of the different games.

Boogle Sungka Bingo Table tennis

Creativity Coordination

different games that we enjoy to play. 2. Be able to play the scrabble, Boogle, Sungka, Bingo and Table Tennis Practicum Textbook 1. Be able to properly apply the first aid when necessary

11 - 15 Week
th

th

1. To learn the basics of First aid and water survival. 2. To be able to know what to do in case that we encounter such events.

16th- 18th Week

1. To learn the history of swimming 2. To be able to identify the

MIDTERM EXAMINATION First Aid and Self Lecture Water Survival Confidence - Introduction Discussions to First Aid Creativity - Shock - Guidelines in giving emergency care - Patient/ Casualty handling - Poisoning PREFINAL EXAMINATION Swimming Self Lecture - History Confidence - Basic steps Discussions - Safety Creativity precaution

Practicum

Textbook

1. Know how to swim

different strokes in swimming 3. To understand the basic steps and safety precaution in swimming

Different strokes

FINAL EXAMINATION

References:
1. Philippine National Red Cross. First aid handbook. 2001 edition.

2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swimming

Grading System: Class Participation Attendance Recitation Quiz Requirements Examination Total Preliminary Average Grade Midterm Grades Prelim Average 70%

30% 100%

30%

Midterm Average PreFinal Grade Midterm Average Prefinal Average Final Grade Prefinal Average Final Average

70%

30% 70%

30% 70%

METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City Course Syllabus 2nd Semester School Year 2011- 2012

I.

Course Number :

Lit 2/ Soc Sci 5 : : World Literature 3 units

II. Course Title

III.Course Credit

Prepared by:

Endorsed by:

Approved by:

JEROME REMIGIO M. REMIGIO Ph.D. Instructor

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ Registrar

MARIVIC School Director

VALDEZ-

ECLIPSE,

IV.

Mission/ Vision To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process. Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials. Everyone is envisioned to posses self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen for the future.

V. Course Description: World literature is a 3- unit course dealing with literary masterpieces of great writers. It focuses on the literatures of various continents of the world from the beginnings of civilization to the present. It helps foster critical understanding and appreciations of how people give expression to their experience in the world. VI. Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the student is expected to have familiar with the Asian, Australian, American and European writers and their literary works.

VII.

Course Outline: Specific Objectives At the end of the lessons students are expected to: 1. Shape the meaning and importance of literature Subject matter Values Integrated Strategies Discussion Lecture Evaluativ Instructional Learning e Materials Outcome Measures Quiz, Literatures of Understood the Recitation, the world by meaning and Seatwork Sialongo importance of literature and its genres.

Time Frame 1st Week

Literature: an Positive introduction Perception Literature Literary Creativity standards Literary models Classification of Literature Literary approaches Literary genres African Literature Australian Literature Self Confidence Creativity

2nd- 5th Week

1. Appreciate the African literature. 2. To know the Australian Literature

Lecture Discussions

Quiz Seatwork

Literatures the world Sialongo

6th- 10th

1. Learn

the

Film viewing of Film Rings of Analysis Nebulings (Vikings) - The Notebook PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION European Self Lecture Quiz

of Understood by appreciated African Australian DVD- Rings of Literature Nebulings - The Notebook

and the and

Literatures

of Understood

and

Week-

European Literature

Literature

Confidence Discussions Creativity Film viewing Film - Clash of Analysis the Titans - Romeo and Juliet - Merlin MIDTERM EXAMINATION Self Lecture Quiz Confidence Discussions Seatwork Creativity Film viewing- Film Curse of a Analysis golden flower - Mahatma Gandhi PREFINAL EXAMINATION Self Lecture Quiz Confidence Discussions Seatwork Creativity Film viewing- Film Gullivers Analysis Travel FINAL EXAMINATION Seatwork

the world Sialongo

by appreciated Literature Europe DVD- Clash of the Titans - Romeo and Juliet - Merlin

the of

11th15th Week

1. To know the Asian Literature 2. To appreciate the Asian Literature

Asian Literature

Literatures the world Sialongo

of by

DVD- Curse of a golden flower - Mahatma Gandhi Literatures the world Sialongo of by

1. Understood the Asian Literature 2. Familiarize d the different literature of Asia 1. Appreciate d the beauty and importance of American Literature

16th18th Week

1. To appreciate the American literature

American Literature

DVD- Gullivers Travels

References:

1. Grattan, C. Harley. Australian Literature. Microsoft Encarta 2009. 2. Gunn, Edward M. Chinese Literature. Microsoft Encarta 2009 3. Sialongo, Erlinda B. Literatures of the world. Rex Book store, 2007.

DVD 1. Rings of Nebulings 2. The Notebook 3. Clash of the Titans 4. Romeo and Juliet 5. Merlin 6. Curse of a Golden Flower 7. Mahatma Gandhi 8. Gullivers Travels Grading System: Class Participation Attendance Recitation Quiz Requirements Examination Total Preliminary Average Grade Midterm Grades Prelim Average Midterm Average 70%

30% 100%

30% 70%

PreFinal Grade Midterm Average Prefinal Average Final Grade Prefinal Average Final Average

30% 70%

30% 70%