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SYLLABUS IN VALUES EDUCATION 3

Course Code: Values Education 3


Course Title: Socio- Cultural Anthropological and Legal Bases of Values Education
Course Description: Provides the sociological and anthropological theories and legal perspective in values formation. Various schools of thought and legal provisions such as the
Constitution and Universal Declarations in values development are reviewed and analyzed in relation to the Filipino learner, his/her values and the valuing process and how they
serve as bases for values teaching.
General Objectives:
1. To familiarize oneself with the knowledge and understanding of the socio-cultural, anthropological and legal bases of values education.
2. To examine the Philippine Constitution and pertinent laws on these promote values education among Filipinos through the Philippine educational system.
3. To appreciate our institutions: the family, schools, government and church especially in their role in values formation.
4. To commit oneself in supporting the family, schools, government and church in their role in values education.
Time

Objectives

Content

Reference Materials

Part 1: Sociological
Foundations

Zulueta, F.M. &


Maglaya, E.M.(2005).
Historical,
anthropological,
philosophical, legal,
psychological,
sociological foundations
of education. National
Books Store. Manila. pp
239 - 362

1. To recognize the family as the basic


social institution.
2. Examine the elements that makes a
family strong and the challenges that
confronts the traditional Filipino family.

A. Social Institution
1. Nature and Concept of
Institution

1. To define the nature and concept of

B. Educational Institution

2. Nature and Concept of


Family
3. Nature and Concept of
Marriage
4. Functions of the
Family
5. The Filipino Family
Then and Now

Procedure Suggested
Activity

Values

Evaluation

Deductive Method

Love for Family

1. What are the


functions of the
family in values
formation and in
nation building?
2. What are the
challenges that
confronts the
traditional Filipino
family?

Deductive Method

Appreciation for

1. What

educational institution in relation to values


education.
2. To recognize the role of the school in
values formation and in nation building.

1. Nature and Concept of


Education
2. Education Under the
Colonial Eras
3. Educational Reforms
4. Functions of Schools
a. Manifest Functions
i. Transmission of
Knowledge
ii. Bestowing Status
b. Latent Functions
i Transmitting
Culture
ii Promoting Social &
Political Integration
iii Promoting Social
Control & Change

1. To define the nature and concept of


political institution in relation to values
education.
2. To recognize the role of the government
in values formation and in nation building.

C. Political Institution
1. Nature and Concept of
State &Government
2. The Philippines as
Democratic and
Republican State
3. The Structure and
Organization of the
Philippine Government
4. Local Government

1. To define the nature and concept of


religious institution in relation to values
education.
2. To recognize the role of the church in

D. Religious Institution
1. The Nature and
Concept of Religion
2. Instruments of

Education

transformations has
occurred with the
Philippine
educational system
from the colonial era
to the present?
2. How does the
school system
promote and facilitate
values development?

Deductive Method

Respect for
Authority

2. Research what
each president of the
Republic has done for
the improvement of
the Philippine
Educational System
particularly in the
field of Values
Education.

Deductive Method

Reverence for the


Almighty

1. How does religion


help facilitate and
promote values
development in our

values formation and in nation building.

Religion
3. Classification of
Religion According to the
Number of Gods
Worshipped
4. Functions of Religion
5. Disadvantages of
Religion
6. The Universality of
Religion

Philippine society
especially in the
home?

1. To define the nature and concept of


economic institution in relation to values
education.
2. To recognize the role of the industries
in values formation and in nation building.

E. Economic Institutions
1. Nature and Concept of
Economics
2. Industrial Societies
3. Capitalism
4. Socialism
5. Communism

Deductive Method

Diligence
Environmental
Concerns

1. How do economic
institutions help
facilitate & promote
values development
in the Philippine
society especially in
the work place?

1. To familiarize oneself with the nature


and concept of social processes.

F. Social Processes
1. Nature and Concept
2. Conflict and
Competition
3. Cooperation
4. Functions of Different
Social Processes
5. Accommodation
a. Nature and Concept
b. Types of
Accommodation

Deductive Method
Analysis of TV
Commercials in the filed
of Values Development

Mutual
Accountability

1. Explain society as
a process.
2. Explain the
advantages of
competition in field
of business?
3. Examine five
commercials aired
over the TV. If you
were an award giving
body on values
development, which
commercials will you
award in the field of
values? Why?

1. To familiarize oneself and examine


social problems in relation to values
formation.
2. To appreciate the role of values
education in dealing with the problems in
the society.

G. Social Problems
1. Origins of Social
Problems
2. Sociological Diagnosis
of Social problems
3. Social Problems vis-vis the Social System
4. Crime
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications
5. Drug Abuse &
Dependence
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications
7. Population
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications
8. Human Rights
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications
9. Child Abuse
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications
10. Graft and Corruption
a. Nature & Concept
b. Educational
Implications

Deductive Method
Interview of the Mission
& Accomplishment of the
Child Abuse and
Prevention &
Intervention Unit
(CAPIU) in ones
community.

Seeking and
Promoting Social
Justice

1. Identify the origins


of social problems.
2. What are the two
groups of social
problems?
3. How do
sociologists view a
social problem?
4. Describe the nature
and prevention of
crime?
5. What is drug
dependence? What
are its devastating
effects?
6. What is narcopolitics?
7. Explain the process
of reporting and
helping a drug
dependent get
rehabilitation.
8. What is child
abuse? How does
CAPIU help abused
children?
9. What are the three
groups of human
rights? What human
rights movement is
active in your
community? What are
its objectives,

activities and
accomplishments?
1. To recognize the importance of
leadership and public relations to values
education.
2, Examine the dynamics of leadership in
relation to values transformation.

1. To acquaint oneself with the nature and


concepts of anthropology , culture,

H. Leadership and Public


Relations
1. Managerial
Leadership (J. Stoner, R.
Freeman & D. Gilbert Jr.)
2. Nature, Need &
Elements of Leadership
3. Leadership Theories
4. Leadership Styles
5. Other Types of
Leadership
6. Principle Leadership
Power
7. The Leadership Choice
8. Likerts Four System
of Management
9. Leadership
Approaches
10. Developing
Leadership Traits
11. Functions of
Leadership
12. Ten Commandments
on Human Relations.
Preliminary Examination
Part 2: Anthropological
Zulueta, F.M. &
Foundation
Maglaya, E.M.(2005).
Historical,
A. Anthropology as a
anthropological,
Science
philosophical, legal,

Deductive Method
Group Dynamics

Self-Donation
Service-Oriented
Leadership

1. Describe the nature


of leadership?
2. What is the
difference between a
boss and a leader?
3. What is principlecentered leadership?
4. Study shows that
there are two qualities
of successful leaders
(CEOs): political will
and humility?
Explain why these are
good qualities of
successful leaders.

Unity
Human Dignity

1. Define the
following:

Games
Power Point Presentation

Deductive Method

communication and the arts in relation to


values education.
2. To examine the dynamics of
anthropology and culture in the
development of values of societies.

1. Definition of
Anthropology
2. Branches of
Anthropology
3. Importance of
Anthropology
4. Evolution & Human
Evolution
B. Culture
1. Nature and Concept of
Culture
2. Characteristics of
Culture
3. Functions of Culture
4. Elements of Culture
5. Mechanism of Culture
6. Modes of Acquiring
Culture
C. Communication
1. Nature and Concept of
Communication
2. Importance and
Functions of Language 3.
Elements of Language
4. Linguistic Structure
5. Writing
6. Development of
Writing
7. Importance of Writing
D. The Arts
1. Nature and Concepts

psychological,
sociological foundations
of education. National
Books Store. Manila. pp
39 - 82

a. anthropology
b. physical
anthropology
c. cultural
anthropology
d. archaelogy
e. linguistics
f. ethnology
g. paleontology
h. evolution
i. geology
j. anthropoids
2. What is the
importance of the
study of anthropology
in the field of valued
education?

of Arts
2. The Functions of Art
3. Music & Its Function
4. Art and Its Social
Function
5. Art and Its Physical
Function
6. Sculpture and Its
Function
7. Interior Design
8. Influence That Dictate
The Character of a
Particular Design
9. Significance of
Architecture in the
Evolution of Interior
Design
10. Elements of Interior
Design
11. Theatre
1. To acquaint oneself with the knowledge
and understanding of the legal bases of
values education
2. To familiarize oneself with the
knowledge and understanding of the 1988
DECS Values Education Program and the
2002 Basic Education Curriculum in
relation to values education.

Midterm Examination
Part 3: Legal Foundations Zulueta, F.M. &
Maglaya, E.M.(2005).
A. Four Major Laws That Historical,
Constitute the Legal
anthropological,
bases of Education in the philosophical, legal,
Philippines
psychological,
1. The 1987 Philippine
sociological foundations
Constitution
of education. National
2. The Educational
Books Store. Manila. pp
Decree 6-A
129 164
3. The Educational Act of
1982 (Batas Bilang 232)
Alacntara, R.D.,

Deductive Method

Respect for Law


and Order

1. Identify and
explain pertinent
Philippine laws that
constitute the legal
bases of education?
Values education?
2. What are the
salient features of the
Magna Carta of
Students in relation to
values development?
3. Research on the

4. The Educational Act of


1994 (Public Act No.
7722)
B. Educational Priorities
Relevant to Social Needs
1. Free Public Education
2. Compulsory
Elementary Education for
All Children of School
Age
3. Scholarship Program
4. Non-formal, Informal
and Indigenous Learning
Systems
5. Adult Education and
Special Education
6. Optional Religious
Instruction
7. State Power over
Educational Institutions
8. Ownership and
Administration of
Schools
9. Exemption from taxes
10. Right of Every
Citizen to Choose a
Profession
11. Right of Teachers to
professional Growth
12. On Language
13. On Science and
Technology
14. On arts and Culture

Punsalan, T.G., Gregorio,


J.A., Gonzales,C.C.,
Dela Rosa S. S., Sanchez,
J.R.G. (1990).
Approaches and
strategies for values
education. Vibal
Publishing House,Inc.,
Quezon City.
Introduction page

Magna Carta of
Teachers. What are its
salient features in
relation to values
development?

15. On Sports
16. A Study of the
Constitution A Part of
the School Curricula
C. House Bill No. 1378:
Magna Carta of Students
D. Rights (Education Act
of 1982)
1. Rights of Parents
2. Rights of Students
3. Rights of all School
Personnel
4. Rights of Teachers
5. Rights of
Administrators
6. Rights of Schools
E. Duties and Obligations
(Education Act of 1982)
1. Duties of Parents
2. Duties of Students
3. Duties of all School
Personnel
4. Duties of Teachers
5. Duties of
Administrators
6. Duties of Schools
F. Educational Reforms
G. Values Education
1. Nature and Concept

2. Values Education in
the School System
a. The Department of
Education Values
Education Framework
b. Philosophy of the
Values Education
Program
c. Core Vlaues
d. Related Values
3. Translating the Values
Education Framework
into Programs
4. Legal Bases for Values
Education
a. The 1935 Philippine
Constitution Article XIV
Section 8 (The first
policy statement on
values education)
b. The 1973 Philippine
Constitution Article XV
Section 4 (The second
policy statement on
values education)
c. MECS Order No. 6
s. 1982 (20 30 minutes
Character Building
Activities in the first two
grade levels; 20 minutes
for the higher grade
levels)
d. MECS Order No. 37
s. 1986 (VE as separate

subject starting 1989; VE


as major field of
specialization in the new
BSED Curriculum in the
tertiary level)
e. The Preamble of the
1987 Philippine
Constitution ( .. to build
a just and humane
society )
f. 1987 Philippine
Constitution Article XIV
Section 3 (mandates the
Philippine educational
system to contribute to
the maximum attainment
of national development
and unity)
g. DECS Order No. 6.
1988 (DECS Values
Education Program)
h. Basic Education
Curriculum 2002
(Integration of Values
development in all the
learning areas from
Grade 1 to 6 and from 1st
year to 4th year high
school; five major
learning areas: Filipino,
English, Science, Math
and Makabayan; Values
Education will be a

component subject under


Makabayan)
Final Examination
Prepared by:
RODEL S. AGUAS, MA
Associate Professor, Values Education
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