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HUMSS

1. Introduction to World Religions and Belief Systems –


MAM RUTH
1.1. Give an example of a belief system or a worldview
Communicate her* understanding of her religion
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* Refers to all genders

1.2. Differentiate religion from:


a. Spirituality
b. Theology
c. Philosophy of Religion
Differentiate between religion as humans’ way to God, theology as a study of God’s way to humans and philosophy as a reflection of humans’ lived
experience of God

Infer that:
a. A belief system or worldview is a particular way of ordering the realities of one’s world.
b. Religion is the pursuit of transformation guided by a sacred belief system.
c. Spirituality is one’s integrative view of life. It involves a quest for the meaning and ultimate value of life as opposed to an instrumentalist or materialistic
attitude to life.

The elements of religion are: (a) reflects an effort to elevate their whole self to a higher

GROUP 1 – RELIGIOUS GROUP


1. QUIJADA, JOSEL -
2. MAYO, JUN-JUN - PAILANO
3. RODRIGUEZ, ALLAN JAY - ABREU
4. ROMERO, JERREMIE – DAGTA
5. BETANTOS, JONALYN -

Positive and Negative Effect of Religions


The learner demonstrates understanding of historical and geographical contexts of the different religions
Explain how geography influences religion and religion affects culture

2. Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences (DIAS) –


MAM RUTH
(Applied Social Sciences)
1.1 Definition of social sciences
1.2 Definition of applied social
sciences

explain clearly public


perceptions about the
work of social sciences
and applied social science
practitioners

clarify the relationships between social sciences and applied social sciences

GROUP 2 – THE COUNSELORS


1. CAABAS, JOEN MAE - GACULA
2. RECONOSE, FRENZ ARIES - DOMINGO
3. RELATO, JULIUS CEASAR – GABO
4. BOLANDRINA, JAKE – ACOT-ACOT
5. BONCATO, JOHN MICHAEL – ABREU

TOPIC: The Discipline of Counseling


1.1 Counseling
1.1.1 Definitions
1.1.2 Goals
1.1.3 Scope
1.1.4 Core values
1.1.5 Principles

3. Creative Writing –
MAM RUTH
Malikhaing Pagsulat
1.1. Makathaing Pagsulat vs.
teknikal / academik / at iba pang
anyo ng pagsulat
1.2. Karanasang batay sa
Pandama/Pagsulat batay sa nakikita,
naaamoy, naririnig, nadarama, at
nalalasahan
1.3. Lengguwahe/wika
a. Paggamit/pagbuo ng Imahen
b. Mga Tayutay
c. Diksyon
1.4. Mga Halimbawang teksto ng
mga batikan/kilalang lokal at
banyagang manunulat

natutukoy ang pagkakaiba ng


makathaing pagsulat sa iba
pang anyo ng pagsulat

nakahuhugot ng mga ideya


mula sa mga karanasan

nagagamit ang wika upang mag-udyok ng mga emosyunal at


intelektwal na tugon mula sa mambabasa
GROUP 3 – MALIKHAIN’ GROUP
1. CAMACHO, ARVIN – NUÑEZ
2. CATALINO, JAREN - CORDOVA
3. GUESANGUE, MARIE MAE - ABINA
4. GALVAN, DAN JOEL - DANTIC
5. LUCENA, KENLEIGH - CABANOS

TOPIC: Pagbasa at Pagsulat ng Maikling


Kuwento*
3.1. Mga Elemento/Sangkap ng Maikling Kuwento
a. Tauhan
b. Punto de bista

b.1. unang panauhan/1st- person POV (major, minor, or


bystander)
b.2. pangalawang panauhan/ 2nd-person POV
b.3. pangatlong panauhan

4. Creative Nonfiction –
MAM RUTH
Introduction to Literary Genres
1. Understanding Conventions of Traditional
Genres
a. Fiction
b. Poetry
c. Drama
d. Other forms
2. Identifying Elements of the different Genres
3. Using Elements as Techniques to develop
Theme
The learner The learner clearly and coherently uses a chosen
understands the literary element conventionally identified with a genre for a
conventions that govern written output
the different genres.
(e.g., narrative
convention of fiction,
etc.)

Identify dominant literary


conventions of a particular genre

Compare and contrast how the elements are used in the different genres

GROUP 4 – THE ARTISTS


6. ROSANO, SHIELA MAE - ESMAS
7. VILLENA, LEIZETTE CLAIRE - CAMAYANG
8. CABANERO, CHESTER - ABREU
9. CABANERO, DEXTER - ABREU
10. CADAMPOG, ANTONIO - MONTAÑEZ

Forms and Types of Creative Non fiction


a. Understanding various forms and types
b. Autobiography/ Biography
c. Literary Journalism/Reportage
d. Personal narratives
e. Travelogue
f. Reflection essay
g. True narratives
h. Blogs
i. Testimonio
j. Other types and forms
Delivering a presentation on a chosen type or form of creative nonfiction
12 hours (3 weeks)

5. Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences –


MAM RUTH
Defining Social Sciences as the study of society
2. Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences
2.1. Anthropology
2.2. Economics
2.3. Geography
2.4. History
2.5. Linguistics
2.6. Political Science
2.7. Psychology
2.8. Sociology and Demography
3. Historical context of the emergence of each discipline

define Social Sciences as the study of society

2. distinguish Social and Natural Sciences and


Humanities

3. compare and contrast the various Social Science disciplines and their fields, main areas of
inquiry, and methods

GROUP 5 – THE IDEALISTS


11. DELA TORRE, DAN KENNETH - DALABAJAN
12. DELOS SANTOS, CHARITO – COLANGOY
13. EDRADAN, MARVIN - NUÑEZ
14. PANDAY, RICAMEL - HEMENO
15. PERIERA, VANESSA

DOMINANT APPROACHES AND IDEAS Part 1


key concepts and approaches in interpret personal and social
1. Structural-Functionalism the Social Sciences experiences using relevant 1. Structural-Functionalism
approaches in the Social Sciences 1.1. Structuralism
evaluate the strengths and 1.2. determine manifest and
weaknesses of the approach latent functions and dysfunctions
of sociocultural phenomena

6. Philippine Politics and Governance –


The meaning of politics

The meaning of governance

articulate definitions of
politics

recognize the value of politics

5. differentiate governance from government


GROUP 6 – THE POWER GROUP
16. ALBAG, JAYMARK - MOSQUERA
17. ALBAG, KEVIN - VILLENA
18. APOLINARIO, ALJOHN – ABREU
19. CABANERO, ANNIE GRACE - ABREU
20. CAROGTOS, JAY-ANN - ULTRA

TOPIC: Power
3.1 Nature
3.2 Dimensions
3.3 Types
3.4 Consequences

define power

recognize the nature,


dimensions, types, and
consequences of power

analyze the nature, dimensions, types, deployments, and


consequences of power

7. Megatrends and Critical Thinking in the 21st Century Culture –


MAM RUTH
Definition of a trend
1.1 The process of identifying a trend
1.2 Differentiating a trend from a fad
1.3 Elements of a trend
1.4 The characteristics of a trend

Global Networks
3.1 Labor
3.2 Migration

Give examples of various activities in one’s daily life that


show the concrete effects of globalization

GROUP 7 - THE MILLENIAL GROUP


1. ABELIDO, MIKAILA - CAMACHO
2. ABACA, JAYSON - CABADING
3. ABRERA, JAMES - PARALES
4. IGAM, LESTER
5. ABACA, CAMILLE – ABREU

TOPIC: Climate Change


4.1 The effects of consumption and production patterns to climate change

List activities that exemplify care for the environment

2. Explain the effects of consumption and production patterns that contribute to the problem of climate change

8. Community Engagement, Solidarity, and Citizenship -


MAM RUTH

Concepts and Perspectives of Community

1. Importance of understanding community dynamics and community action


2. Definitions of community
a. Social sciences perspective
b. Institutional perspective
c. Civil society (e.g., people’s organization, civic organizations, social movements, LGBT, etc.)
d. Local and grassroots levels

3. Elements
a. Structures (e.g., sociopolitical, economics, and cultural, etc.)
b. Dynamics and processes (e.g., community power, leadership, relationships, social change)

GROUP 8
1. AGNAS, GLENN PATRICK - CAMAYANG
2. ALAO, WILBEN - BACNAN
3. APOLINARIO, ROSELITA –
4. CORPUZ, ADRIAN – ADION
5. BONCATO, MARIELA JANE - ABREU

TOPIC: Community Action


1. Overview
a) Community engagement
b) Solidarity
c) Citizenship
2. Purposes of Community Action
a) Major issues affecting poor and marginalized communities
b) The role of the youth in community action
3. Selected cases of community-action initiatives