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Day 1

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Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the learners:
• identify the meaning of Social Sciences
and Applied Social Sciences
• differentiate Social Sciences from Applied
Social Sciences
• demonstrate an understanding of Social
Science and Applied Social Sciences
• appreciate the essence of Social Sciences
and Applied Social Science
Review:
• Review Social Sciences Discipline through:
• Picture Drill: Identify disciplines in social sciences through presented
pictures
• Anthropology
• Economics
• Geography
• History
• Linguistics
• Political Science
• Psychology
• Sociology and Demography
• Time: 3 minutes
ANTHROPOLOGY
HISTORY
POLITICAL SCIENCE
ECONOMICS
LINGUISTICS
GEOGRAPHY
DEMOGRAPHY
PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY
Word Map Activity:
• The class will be divided into two groups.
• Each group will be given a task to create word
maps by writing on color coded strips of paper to
be posted on the cartolina: Social Science and
Applied Social Sciences
• Assign a group representative
• Brief explanation will follow
• Time: 10 minutes
Concept Map :
Social Science and Applied
Social Sciences

Social Applied
Science Social
Science
• Provide examples of Social Sciences and
Applied Social Sciences.
• Time: 10 minutes
• Discussion on the definition of Social
Science and Applied Social Sciences
through power point presentation

• Time: 12 minutes
SOCIAL SCIENCES

Are vast fields of


scientific studies that
investigate human
societies and the
different forces that work
within them.
Disciplines of Social Sciences
 Anthropology
History
Political Science
Sociology
Psychology
Economics
Geography
Demography
Linguistics
Economics

• Studies the allocation of


scarce resources and the
production and exchange of
goods and services in
society
Anthropology

• Scientific study of humans and


their cultures in the past and
present time
• To understand the complexity
of cultures across all of human
history
HISTORY
• Systematic study of human past events in
order to understand the meaning,
dynamics and relationship of the causes
and effects of events in the development
of societies.
POLITICAL SCIENCE
• Primarily studies human behavior in
relation to political systems, governments,
laws, and international relations
• It examines the relationship between
people and policy at all levels from the
individual to the national and international
levels
PSYCHOLOGY
• Studies how the human mind works in
consonance with the body to produce
thoughts that lead to individual actions
• Analyzes how people and group
experience the world through various
emotions
SOCIOLOGY
• Systematic study of peoples behavior in
group
• Derived from the Latin word socio which
means “people together” and Greek word
logos which means “the study of”
GEOGRAPHY

• Study of the interaction


between people and their
environments
• Derived from the Greek words:
geo meaning “earth” and
graphos meaning “charting or
mapping”
DEMOGRAPHY
• Scientific study of human
populations across time
• It examines the changes in
population growth through the
analysis of statistics on birth,
human movement and morbidity,
agedness and mortality
• Further discussion through T-chart
technique.
• Cite differences through Social sciences
and Applied social sciences
Time: 10 Minutes
• Analysis on the relationship of Social
Sciences and Applied Social Sciences

• Is there a relationship between Social


Sciences and Applied Social Sciences?
• Time: 5 minutes
• Reflection:
• Which discipline of Social Sciences were
you able to find helpful in your current
career?

• Time : 5 minutes
• Two learners will be asked to summarize
the topic discussed

• Time : 5 minutes
Matching Type:
• A. Disciplines
• A. Anthropology
• B. history
• C. geography
• D. linguistics
• E. sociology
• D. economics
• E. demography
• F. psychology
• G. Political Science
• B. Definitions
• A. Scientific study of human populations across time
• B. Study of the interaction between people and their environments
• C. Systematic study of peoples behavior in group
• D. Studies how the human mind works in consonance with the body to
produce thoughts that lead to individual actions
• E. Primarily studies human behavior in relation to political systems,
governments, laws, and international relations
• F. Systematic study of human past events in order to understand the
meaning, dynamics and relationship of the causes and effects of events in
the development of societies.
• G. Scientific study of humans and their cultures in the past and present time
• H. Studies the allocation of scarce resources and the production and
exchange of goods and services in society
Homework:
• The facilitator will write the course
requirement on the board entitles:
“PORTFOLIO OF SOCIAL SCIENTIST IN
THE MAKING”