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Northern Quezon College, Inc.

I. STRAND: STEM and HUMSS (GRADE: 11)

Brgy. Comon Infanta, Quezon 4336

II. COURSE CODE: UNDERSTANDING CULTURE, SOCIETY AND POLITICS

III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course uses insights from Anthropology, Political Science, and Sociology to develop students’ awareness of cultural, social and political dynamics, and sensitivity to cultural diversity; provide them with an understanding of how culture, human agency, society and politics work; and engage them in the examination of the country’s current human development goals. At the end of the course, students should acquire ideas about human cultures, human agency, society and politics; recognize cultural relativism and social inclusiveness to overcome prejudices; and develop social and cultural competence to guide their interactions with groups, communities, and institutions.

IV. COURSE CREDIT

: 24 Units

V. TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS

VI. CORE VALUES

: 80 hours/40 hours per week

: Service, Innovation, Integrity, Excellence and Professionalism

   

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VII. OBJECTIVES

GENERAL OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the semester, the students can:

COGNITIVE DOMAIN:

  • 1. Contextualize the study of Philippine society, culture and politics within a global perspective in the 21 st century;

  • 2. Stimulate insights, realization and learning experience that will be useful to prepare the learner to face the demands and challenges of the

21 st century and to take advantage of the opportunities present in the community;

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN:

  • 1. Acquire ideas about human culture, human agency, society and politics;

  • 2. Recognize cultural relativism and social inclusiveness to overcome prejudices;

PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN:

  • 1. Actualize one’s potentials, talents and commitment towards social change and national development;

  • 2. Apply theories into practice;

  • 3. Develop social and cultural competence to guide their interactions with groups, communities, networks and institutions;

  • 4. Develop critical thinking and other skills that are expected from a 21 st century learner-centered environment.

   

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VII. COURSE CONTENT

       

LEARNING

     
 

TIME

FRAME

LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING AREA/TOPIC

METHODS/

STRATEGIES

LEARNING

ACTIVITIES

ASSESSMENT/

EVALUATION

 

FIRST

   

UNIT 1: BROAD SPECTRUM OF

     

QUAR

CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY,

TER

CULTURE AND POLITICS

 
  • 1. articulate observations

on

  • 1. acknowledge human

cultural

CHAPTER 1: Starting points for understanding society, culture

human cultural variation,

variation, social

and politics

Lecture-

Designing

Presentation of

social differences, social

differences,

Understanding culture, society

Discussion

Joey

Output

change, and political identities

social change, and political identities

and politics Social, cultural and political

Creative

 

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  • 2. demonstrate curiosity

  • 2. adopt an open and

being: journey in

Making

Outputs

1 & 2

and an

critical

discovering the self

comic strip,

 

openness to explore the

attitude toward different

One biological nature yet

short skit

Critical

origins and dynamics of

social, political, and

different in many respects

Collaborative/

or meme

Reflections

culture and society, and

cultural

Significance of studying culture,

Cooperative

political identities

phenomena through

society and politics

Learning

  • 3. analyze social, political,

observation and reflection

Why study anthropology,

Life-long

and

  • 3. appreciates the value of

sociology and political science

Learning

cultural change Science, and Sociology

disciplines of Anthropology, Sociology, and Political Science as social sciences

Assessment

 
  • 1. explain anthropological

  • 1. appreciate the nature of

CHAPTER 2: Defining culture

     

and

culture and society from

and society

 

WEEK

sociological perspectives

the

Our culture and society in the 21 st

3 & 4

on

perspectives of

century

 

culture and society

anthropology

Relationship between culture and

 
   
   

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2.

describe society and

and sociology

society

Problem-Solving

Research

Presentation of

 

culture

2.

demonstrate a holistic

Characters of culture

on different

Outputs

as a complex whole

understanding of culture

Ethnocentrism and cultural

UNESCO

3.

identify aspects of

 

and

relativism

World

culture

society

Cultural heritage

Heritage

and society

3.

values cultural heritage

Collaborative/

site

4.

raise questions toward a

and

Cooperative

holistic appreciation of

express pride of place

Learning

cultures and societies

without

5.

become aware of why

being ethnocentric

and how cultural relativism mitigates ethnocentrism

6.

identify forms of tangible

and intangible heritage and

the threats to these

1.

trace the biological and

Analyze key features of

CHAPTER 3: Looking back at

     

cultural evolution of early

to

interrelationships of biological,

human biocultural and social evolution

modern humans

cultural and sociopolitical

Human Biocultural and Social

Lecture-

Film-

Critical

2.

explore the significance

processes in human

Evolution

Discussion

viewing

Reflection

 

WEEK

of

human material remains

evolution that can still be used and

Biological and cultural evolution Cultural and sociopolitical

(Wall-e)

4 & 5

and

developed

evolution

Simulation

Presentation of

 

artefactual evidence in

Hunting and gathering

Collaborative/

Activity

Outputs

interpreting cultural and

society

Cooperative

social, including political

Neolithic age- horticultural

Learning

E-fieldtrip

Connect the

and

and pastoral society

dots

economic, processes

Neolithic revolution-

3.

recognize national, local,

agrarian/ agricultural

and specialized museums, and archaeological and

society Early civilization and the rise of the state

 
   
   

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historical

 

Democratization

       

sites as venues to appreciate and reflect on the complexities of biocultural and social evolution as part of being and becoming human

Industrial society Post-industrial society

   

UNIT II: CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PRAXIS

     
  • 1. explain the development

  • 1. identify norms and

CHAPTER 4: Becoming a

of

values to

member of society

one’s self and others as a

be observed in interacting

Becoming Kapwa in the

Collaborative/

The Gift

Critical

product of socialization and

with others in society, and

Philippine Society

Cooperative

Reflection

enculturation

the

Enculturation

Learning

V for

 

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  • 2. identify the context,

consequences of ignoring

Socialization

Vendetta

6 & 7

content,

these rules

Agents of socialization

(Film-

Community-

 

processes, and

  • 2. assess the rules of social

Both enculturation and

viewing)

based output

consequences of enculturation and

interaction to maintain stability of everyday life

socialization talk about Identity formation

Focused-Group

Discussion

socialization

and

Norms and values

Presentation of

  • 3. Identifies the social goals

the role of innovation in

Statuses and roles

 

Game

Output

and the socially acceptable means of achieving these goals

response to problems and challenges 3. recognize the value of

Conformity and deviance Social control Forms of deviance

Design

  • 4. advocate inclusive

human

Conformity

citizenship

rights and promote the

Ritualism

  • 5. promote protection of

common good

Retreatism

human dignity, rights, and

Innovation

the common good

Rebellion Human dignity, rights and the common good

 
   
   

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1. traces kinship ties and 1. analyze aspects of social social organization CHAPTER 5: How society
1.
traces kinship ties and
1.
analyze aspects of social
social
organization
CHAPTER 5: How society is
organized
Networks
2.
identify one’s role in
2.
describe the organized
nature of social life and
rules governing behavior
social
groups and institutions
Organizing People and Society
Groups within society: primary,
secondary and Intermediate
In-groups and out-groups
Reference groups
Networks
Functions of social networks
Kinship, marriage and the
household
Lecture-
Parokya ni
100 word
3.
compare different social
Discussion
Edgar’s
essay
forms of social
organization
according to their manifest
song
“Barkada”
Life-long
WEEK
8 & 9
and latent functions
Collaborative/
Learning
4.
analyze social and
Kinship by blood
Descent and marriage
Kinship by marriage
Marriage rules cross-
culturally: monogamy vs.
polygamy
Post-marital residency
Kinship by ritual
(compadrazgo)
Family and the household
Politics and kinship
Political and leadership structure
Political organizations: bands,
tribes, chiefdoms, states and
nations, and nation-states
Types of authority
Political legitimacy
Cooperative
Assessment
political
Learning
Creating
structures
Board
Game
THIRD QUARTERLY EXAMINATION
1.
analyze economic
3.
recognize other forms of
organization and its
economic transaction such
CHAPTER 6: Cultural, social and
political institutions
impacts
as
Understanding Cultural, Social and
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on the lives of people in the

sharing, gift exchange, and

Political Institutions

Lecture-

Round

Critical

 
 

WEEK

society

redistribution in his/her

Economic institutions

Discussion

Table

reflection

10

&

2.

differentiate functions of

own

Nonstate institutions

Discussion

11

nonstate institutions in

society

Banks and corporations

 

society

Cooperatives and trade

3.

evaluate how functions

unions

Collaborative/

Building a

Life-long

of

Transnational advocacy

Cooperative

map of the

Learning

education affect the lives of

groups

Learning

future city

Assessment

people in society

Development and agencies

of the

4.

promote primary

International

Philippines

education

5.

conduct participant

organizations

as a human right

Education Functions of education in

Self-actualization

observation (e.g., attend, describe, and reflect on a

religious ritual of a

the society

Primary education as a

different group; observe elections practices)

human right Religion and belief systems

6.

recognize the practice of

Social functions of religion

Health

medical pluralism in light

Types of religion

of cultural diversity and

Ecumenism and interfaith dialogue Religious conflicts

relativism

1.

examine stratification

 

CHAPTER 7: Social and political

     

from

stratification

the functionalist and

Poverty: Social and Political

Designing a

 

WEEK

conflict

Stratification

digital

12

&

perspectives

Defining the problem of poverty

Lecture-

poster

Presentation of

13

2.

identify characteristics of

and social inequality

Discussion

(campaign

Output

 

the

Rural and urban poverty

against

systems of stratification

Poverty sector in the Philippines

poverty)

 
   
   

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3.

suggest ways to address

 

Programs in alleviating poverty

       

global inequalities

Conditional cash transfer program

Collaborative/

A peso a

Five Biggest Slums of the world

Cooperative

day

Other forms of social and political inequality: gender inequality Ethnic minorities Persons with disabilities Global inequities

Learning

   

UNIT III: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21 st Century

     

1.

identify new challenges

CHAPTER 8: Cultural, social and

Lecture-

Group

Creative

faced by human

political change

Discussion

collaborati

presentation

 

WEEK

populations

Broad stokes of Social, Cultural

on

14

&

in contemporary societies

and Political Change

15

2.

describe how human

Sources of social, cultural, and

Quick

Critical

 

societies adapt to new

political change

Collaborative/

bubble

reflection

challenges in the physical,

Innovation

Cooperative

Learning

queries

social, and cultural

Diffusion

environment

Acculturation and

 

Video clips

Oral reactions

3.

develop a plan of action

assimilation

presentation

for

Social contradictions and tensions

on current

community-based response

issues and

Presentation of

to change

events

output

1.

identify new challenges

 

CHAPTER 9: New challenges to

     

faced by human population

human adaptation and social

 

WEEK

in contemporary societies

change

16

&

2.

describe how human

New Challenges to Human

17

societies adapt to new

Adaptation and Social Change

 

challenges in the physical,

Natural disasters

 
   
   

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social and cultural

 

Earthquake

 

Video clip

 

environment

Tsunami

presentatio

Oral recitation

Typhoon Man-made problems: global

n (Man by Steve

warming and climate change

Lecture-

Cutts)

Other man-made problems

Discussion

Global issues and development goals Transnational migration and Overseas Filipino Workers

Collaborative/

Research on how the governmen

(OFW’s)

Cooperative

t will

Presentation of

Effects of transnational migration

Learning

address the

Findings

of Filipinos Refugees, war and migration Challenges and technological breakthroughs

issue of climate change

Infographic

Presentation of

s for

outputs

Filipinos

WEEK

1. develop a plan of action for community-based

Create a community based plan as a response to

CHAPTER 10: Responding to social, political and cultural

Lecture-

   

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response to change

change

change

Discussion

Inclusive citizenship and

Research

Research

participatory governance

paper

Defense

New forms of media and social

Collaborative/

networking

Cooperative

Social movements

Learning

   

FOURTH QUARTERLY EXAMINATION

 
   

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IX. SUGGESTED REFERENCES:

Rhoderick V. Nuncio, PhD, Elizabeth Morales-Nuncio, PhD, Raychelle R. Artuz, MA. Understanding Society, Culture and Politics Books Atbp. Publishing Corp. Barangka Drive, Mandaluyong City ©2016 Gerry M. Lanuza, Sara S. Raymundo. Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics. Published & Distributed by Rex Bookstore, Inc. Manila, Phils. Philippine © 2016

Websites: www.google.com (free e-books) and www.youtube.com

X. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Chapter Tests, Long Tests, recitations, and assignments/research works XI. GRADING SYSTEM:

IX. SUGGESTED REFERENCES: Rhoderick V. Nuncio, PhD, Elizabeth Morales-Nuncio, PhD, Raychelle R. Artuz, MA. Understanding Society,www.google.com (free e-books) and www.youtube.com X. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Chapter Tests, Long Tests, recitations, and assignments/research works XI. GRADING SYSTEM: Prepared by: MS. SHIELA MAE B. COMBALICER Instructress e- mail: shielamaecombalicer@yahoo.com.ph Page 10 " id="pdf-obj-9-19" src="pdf-obj-9-19.jpg">

Prepared by:

MS. SHIELA MAE B. COMBALICER

Instructress e- mail: shielamaecombalicer@yahoo.com.ph

   

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