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GOV. MARIANO E.

VILLAFUERTE COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Libmanan | Siruma | Garchitorena | Tinambac
Camarines Sur

I. COURSE CODE : PE 121 PROGRAM: Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education Major in Automotive Technology
COURSE TITLE: Rhythmic Activities
CREDIT UNITS: 2 units Lecture: 2 units
PRE-REQUESITES: PE 111
PROFESSOR: Mr. Loreto Luneta, Jr.
REVISION NO.: 001 REVISION DATE:
EFFECTIVITY: 2 Semester A/Y 2017-2018
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II. COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is to introduce the art and sport of dancing and to provide the necessary skills and understanding for an appreciation of the artistic, athletic, and social qualities of dance.
Throughout the course, students will learn various concepts surrounding dance including culture, etiquette, and application in social settings as well as several different styles of dance and the
rhythms and types of music to which they are danced. Besides being a learning experience, this is to be an enjoyable course.

III. COURSE OUTCOMES AND RELATIONSHIP TO PROGRAM OUTCOMES


Cos COURSE OUTCOMES, (CO) PROGRAM OUTCOMES, (PO)
NO. After completing this course, the student is able to: a b c d e f g h i j k l
CO1 Develop an appreciation towards the different dances. E E E E E I E I I I E I
CO2 Learn the basics of the different dance styles. E E E E E I E I I E E I
CO3 Introduce both artistic and athletic aspects of the dance. E E E E E I E I I E E I
CO4 To develop confidence in one’s movement. D D E E E I E I I E E I
CO5 Learn technique and skills for overall balance and rhythm. E E E E E I E I I E E I
CO6 Exercise muscles and develop controlled movement. D D E E E I E I I E E I
CO7 Become more creative with movement and explore more about the dance. E E E E E I E I I E E I
CO8 Develop a connection between movement and music. E E E E E I E I I E E I
CO9 Develop body coordination. E E E E E I E I I E E I

LEGEND:
I – Introductory. This means that the CO has minor contribution to the PO.
E – Enabling. This means that the CO has moderate contribution to the PO
D – Demonstrated. This means that the CO has major contribution to the PO

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IV. COURSE COVERAGE


Content Standard/ Course Graded Activities and
Time Frame COs Teaching-Learning Activities Intended Learning Outcomes
Topics Assessment Tasks
 Discuss the College VMO. Lecture and Recitation  Appreciation, imbibing, and
Discussion Reflection Paper enlivening of GMEVVCC vision and
mission.
PRELIM PERIOD
 Acquaintance, familiarization, and
Week 1
appreciation of contents,
Orientation of the Course Outline Discussion Focus Group Discussion requirements, and the basis for
evaluation of performance in the
course.
INTRODUCTION CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
A) Class orientation CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 2
B) Dance and its nature Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
C) Important features of the CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
Dance as Art Form Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
D) Dimensions of Dance CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 4 CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
Week 5 CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
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E) Principles of Dance CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work


CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
Week 6 Prelim Exam week
Classification of Dance CO2 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
a) Folkdance Laboratory exercises Seat work
Midterm Period
Problem-Based Activity Board work
Week 7
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
a.1 Fundamental Steps in CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 8 Philippine folk Dance CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
CO4 Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
a.2 Marikina folkdances CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 9 a.2.1 Balse Marikina CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
a.2.2 Lerion CO4 Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
Week 10 Midterm Exam
Classification of Dance CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
b) Ballroom Dance CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Semi-Final Period
CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Week 11
CO4 Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz

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b.1 Swing CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation


CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Week 12
CO4 Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
b.2 Reggae CO1 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
CO2 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 13 CO3 Problem-Based Activity Board work
CO4 Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
Week 14 Semi-Final Exam
b.3 Cha Cha Cha CO5 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
CO6 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Final Period
Problem-Based Activity Board work
Week 15
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
b.4 Samba CO5 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
CO6 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 16 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
Dance Preparation and CO5 Lecture and Discussion Recitation
Presentation CO6 Laboratory exercises Seat work
Week 17 Problem-Based Activity Board work
Group Activity Assignments
Written Quiz
Hands-On Quiz
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Week 18 Final Exam


V. ASSESSMENT SYSTEM AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
Course Requirements Periodical Grading System

The students are expected to attend the class regularly and actively participate in the class Students activity shall be rated as follows:
activities and recitations. They are to comply the following requirements in order to pass the course:
I. Major Examination 40%
1. At least eight (8) short quizzes II. Class Participation 40%
2. At least four (4) Periodical Examinations Quizzes 20
3. At least eighty (80) hours attendance. Seatwork/Assignment 10
4. Submit a working project for each period. Project 10
5. Observance of honesty and independence is highly valued, therefore a student caught in any III. Attendance and Deportment 20%
form of cheating even once during quizzes and periodical examinations will be dealt accordingly. Attendance 10
Behavior 10 ______
Total 100%
The Final Grade of the student will be taken as the average of the grades in the
four grading periods.

FINAL GRADE = PPG+MTPG+ SFPG+FPG


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VI. TEXTBOOK AND REFERENCES/SUGGESTED READINGS
Printed Learning Resources Web and Other Learning Resources
1. William H Hayt, J E Kemmerly and Steven M Durbin, “Engineering Circuit Analysis”, 1. www.circuitstoday.com
Seventh Edition, Mc Graw Hill, 2007. 2. www.electronic_circuits.com
2. Charles K. Alexander and Matthew N. Q. Sadiku, “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, Third
Edition, Mc Graw-Hill International Edition, 2007. 3. http://www.electronicstheory.com/
3. Richard C. Dorf and James A. Svoboda, “Introduction to Electric Circuits”, 7th Edition, John 4. http://www.learnelectronicsonline.com/
Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2006.
5. http://101science.com/Radio.htm
4. Edminister.J.A, “Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits”, Schaum’s Outline Series,
McGraw Hill Book Company, 5th Edition, 1995. 6. http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/

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VII. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
 Program Educational Objectives – broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing graduates to achieve within 5 years of
graduation.
 Program Outcomes- specify what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation These relates to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that the students acquire
as they go through the program
 Content Standards/ Course Topics – the Curriculum Map
 Learning Activities – the Outcome-Based Teaching and Delivery Process
 Program Assessment - one or more processes that identify, collect, analyze, and report data that can be used to evaluate achievement of the program educational objectives and program
outcomes.
 Evaluation Process – one or more processes for interpreting the data and evidence accumulated through assessment processes
 Learning Outcomes – what learners are expected to know and be able to do at the desired level of competence

Prepared by:
Mr. Loreto Luneta, Jr.
Instructor

Approved by:
Engr. Roemil S.R Ondis
College Administrator

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