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DATA CENTER COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES

Laoag City

COURSE SYLLABUS
In
PHILIPPINE HISTORY and the Constituution

2nd semester, SY 2015-2016

Vision

Data Center College of the Philippines envision itself as one of the leaders in tertiary education in the country consistently producing graduates who are able
to participate actively in local, regional, and national development and who will be globally competitive to find employment here and abroad.

Mission

Pursuant to its vision, Data Center College of the Philippines is committed to nurture its physical, socio-cultural, and moral potentials of its students for their
total development as human beings, and to provide them with relevant and quality education in their fields of specialization to enable them to pursue competently
their chosen profession with honor and dignity.

Institutional Objectives

An unwavering advocacy for the rights of its students for quality and relevant education, Data Center College of the Philippines has adopted the following
objectives:
1. To promote a culture of life-long learning
2. To provide adequate and state-of-the-art instructional materials and facilities
3. To developed globally competitive graduates who can help address the needs and problems of the region
4. To employ qualified and competent faculty members and to continuously motivate them to upgrade their qualifications

I. Degree Program: ACHT


II. Course Code:
III. Course Title: Philippine History with Government and Constitution
IV. Credit Units: 3 Total Number of hours: 54 Total Number of Hours per week : 3
V. Course Description

This is a comprehensive review of the socio-economic, political, cultural and historical development of the Philippines from the ancient times to the
present. Emphasis is laid on the relevant and recurring issues in Philippine history and studies the serious problems that confront the country.

VI. Course Objectives

1. Acquire knowledge about the experiences of Filipino people in the past from pre-history to 1898.
2 Grasp the importance of strategic location of the Philippines and understand its role in the history of the Filipino people.
4. Inculcate among the students certain values such as patriotism and nationalism.
5. Develop intellectual skills, such as comprehension, analysis, interpretation and evaluation of facts and information of Philippine history through oral defense.

VII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS


Class attendance
Quizzes
Class participation
Major examinations
Research paper
Reports
Film Viewing
Library research
Activities

VIII- Methodology
The teaching methodologies to be used will be the lecture and discussion coupled with students participation.
IX. COURSE CONTENT
Lecturing contents/ Tasks Time Expected outcome/ Values Formation Teaching Strategies Instructional Evaluation
Allotment Aids Techniques
I- Mission, Vision, Goals and 1 hour At the end of the lesson, the student Lecture Visual aids Class Participation
Objectives should be able to: Class Discussion (Posters, Info. Memorization
1. Memorize by heart the Mission, Question and Answer Bulletin,
Vision, of our institution and be Relating some others. Rules
able to state it in his own words samples and
2. Appreciate and internalize the Regulations
meaning of the schools MVGO Manual
3. Put into practice the values
learned from MVGO

II. The Pre-Colonial Philippine Society 7 hours At the end of the lesson, the students Lecture Books Class Participation
should be able to: Class Discussion Exercise Recitation
Who are the Filipinos? 1. Know who the early people in the Question and Answer Lecture Board Quizzes
1. Before and at the coming of the Spanish Philippines are;
colonizers 2. Compare and contrast the
A. Their Origin historical and cultural
B. Their similarities and differences implications of the various
C. Advanced stage of development by
theories of peopling in the
Islamized communities
D. Relations among various communities Philippines;
E. Relations with neighboring countries 3. Trace the entry and spread of
F. Early Customs and Practices Islam in to the Philippines

III- The Spanish Conquest 7 hours At the end of the lesson, the students Class Discussion Books Class Participation
should be able to: Lecture Exercise Recitation
A. The Spanish Colonial Question and answer Lecture Board Essay
system 1. Know how the Spanish Quizzes
B. Filipino Services to Spain Colonial System was
C. Economic and Social implemented in the country.
Condition Under Spain 2. Study the economic and social
D. Our Spanish Heritage condition of the country under
E. Revolts against Spain Spain and find out ways to
improve as may be applied to the
present economic status of the
country
3. Learn and value that Filipinos
have rich cultural heritage which
improved the living standard of
the people as seen in religion,
politics, economics and social life.
4. Apply desirable character traits
influenced by the Spaniards such
as Christian devotion, honor, good
manners and many others.

IV- The Birth of Nationalism 8 hours At the end of the lesson the student Lecture Books Class Participation
should be able to : Recitation Lecture Board Recitation
A. The Propaganda Movement and Class Discussion Handout Quizzes
the Katipunan 1. Give importance to nationalism Exercises
B. The Philippine Revolution 2. Stand firm on our ideals inspired Question and Answer
by the foreign ideologists to
defend our country from the
tyrants. Oppressors.
3. Acknowledge our heroes efforts in
defending our nation.
Preliminary Examination 1 hour 1. Use the theoretical and practical Pen and Test Test Paper Test Examination
knowledge and skills gained from Question Questionnaire
the previous lectures and
discussions
2. Pass the minimum requirements
of the grading period.
V. The American Conquest 6 hours At the end of the lesson the student Lecture Books Class participation
should be able to : Class Discussion Lecture Board Class reports
A. The Coming of America and the Question and Answer Handouts Recitation
End of the Spanish Rule 1. Learn that the secret of a Reports Quizzes
B. Rise and Fall of the First countrys victory is unity among
Philippine Republic its people
C. American Rule and 2. Study the economic and social
Democratization of the condition of the country and find
Philippines out ways to improve as may be
D. Economic and Social Condition applied at present times.
under the American Rule 3. Acknowledge and value the
E. The Philippine Commonwealth importance of education taught by
the Americans to the Filipinos
4. Compare the effects between
resolution and the peaceful and
non-violent campaign for
independence
VI- The Japanese Occupation At the end of the lesson, the students Lecture Books Class participation
A. The Second Philippine Republic 5 hours should be able : Recitation Lecture Board Class reports
B. Liberation and the Birth of the Class Discussion Handouts Recitation
Third Philippine Republic 1. Know how beautiful small Question and Answer Power point Essay
business is. Relating some Quizzes
2. Explain the different options that samples
an individual can have when
he/she decides to go into business.
3. Discover how small business
ventures help the economy

VII- The Administration of the 7 hours At the end of the lesson, the students Reporting Books Class participation
President of the Philippine Republic should be able to: Discussion Lecture Board Class reports
Group report Handouts Recitation
A. Elpidio Quirino 1. List down the Presidents of the Article reviews Power point Essay
B. Ramon Magsaysay Philippine Republic Quizzes
C. Carlos P. Garcia 2. Internalize the vision and goals
D. Diosdado Macapagal of the Presidents during their
E. Ferdinand Marcos term of office
F. Corazon Aquino 3. Evaluate the positive and
G. Fidel V. Ramos negative effects of these
H. Joseph Estrada objectives with regards to their
I. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo implementation
J. Benigno Simeon Aquino III
1 hour 1. Use the theoretical and practical Pen and Test Test Paper Test Examination
Mid Term Examination knowledge and skills gained from Question Questionnaire
the previous lectures and
discussions
2. Pass the minimum requirements
of the grading period.
VIII.- The Struggle for Progress 10 hours At the end of the lesson, the students Lecture Quizzes
1. The 1986 Peaceful should be able to: Reporting Graded recitation
Revolution 1. Describe the structure of Discussion Assignments
2. Administration of the leadership from Cory Aquino, Brainstorming Insight Papers
Aquino-Arroyo Cloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Impromptu speaking
3. Our Culture and the Media Identify their socio-economic
4. Rapid survey on Article 1- strategies for progress
15 of the Philippine 2. Assess the state of Philippine
Constituution Society and its attendant
Problems; and
3. Formulate long time solutions to
these problems.
4. Learn and understand the concept
of the Constitution
1 hour 1. Use the theoretical and practical Pen and Test Test Paper Test Examination
Final Examination knowledge and skills gained from Question Questionnaire
the previous lectures and
discussions
2. Pass the minimum requirements
of the grading period.

X. COURSE MATERIAL
1. Agoncillo, Teodoro: HISTORY OF THE FILIPINO PEOPLE
2. Leuterio, Florida: PHILIPPINE HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
3. Zaide, Gregorio F: PHILIPPINE HISTORY

Prepared by:

MISS MICHAELLA TUMANENG


Instructor