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POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF MEYCAUAYAN

Old MC Annex, Pag-asa St., Malhacan. City of Meycauayan, Bulacan

TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM


TEP-18-0000-001
HUM 1– HUMANITIES 1
COURSE SYLLABUS

PCCM VISION

The Polytechnic College of the City of Meycauayan (PCCM) envisions to provide socialized quality
education in producing highly competent and skilled professionals in the fields of arts, science and
technology.

PCCM MISSION PCCM CORE VALUES

PCCM is committed to ensure sustainable and effective A graduate of PCCM is expected to be SECURE
learning environment through quality instruction in the community and in the workplace, a
programs, research and community-extension PCCM graduate will be known as a person
involvement towards the development of the society. who is:

S –service oriented
E- exemplar of excellence
C- capable of individual transformation
U- upholder of wisdom and moral values
R- ready, responsible, and rational
E- efficient, entrepreneurial and employable

TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM


VISION MISSION

In response to the College’s vision and in line with the In pursuance to the College’s mission, the
Teacher Education Program’s thrust to meet the Teacher Education Program aims for the
community’s demand for competent and competitive attainment of the students’ spiritual,
BSE graduates, the program envisions the students to intellectual, emotional, social and physical
gain relevant experiences applying the principles and core potentials and well-being in becoming
techniques learned in school and translated into real productive members of the society and
life teaching- learning situations and the profession; empowering the graduates in the service of
thus, keeping abreast with the demands of the global God and humanity.
society.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONALOBJECTIVES (PEO) PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

A graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education is At the end of the program, a Bachelor of


expected to: Secondary Education graduate is expected to:
1. Pass the licensure examination for teachers; 1. Demonstrate the understanding of
2. Practice teaching as a profession; theories, principles, concepts and
3. Pursue continuing education in skills in Education;
Mathematics/English/Social Studies or in 2. Develop and sustain arguments about
other fields. established principles in Education;
3. Critically evaluate the established
principles in Education;
4. Comprehend and evaluate the
established principle in Education that
may be represented in various forms;
5. Undertake research in the field of
specialization.
COURSE SYLLABUS
STATISTICS WITH COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Teacher COURSE DESCRIPTION


PROGRAM Education
Program An introductory course on the creative output of the human
being designed to introduce and expose the students to the
COURSE different arts both in theory and practice: visual, auditory, and
CODE performing arts. It also aims to develop the learners’ inner life,
increase their awareness of and sensitivity to the state of arts
DESCRIPTIVE and culture, more particularly, the Philippine arts.
TITLE
COURSE OUTCOMES (CO)
PREREQUISITE
(S) After successful completion of the course, students are
expected to:
CREDIT
1. Understand the general overview of the humanities
UNIT (S)
making them see their own world from many vantage
points and help them grow up to become better human
beings

2. Develop awareness of his surroundings and associate


them with people of the past thereby integrating the
past and present, thus making the world a better place
to live in
Lecture:
CONTACT 3. Evaluate the visual, auditory, and performing arts
3 hours
HOURS (traditional and contemporary) through the study of
PER
Laboratory: types, mediums, basic elements and principles of
SESSION:
organization of each form
NA
4. Create, show and evaluate own unique visual, auditory
and performing arts

5. Make a simple qualitative research proposal on


particular arts in various regions of the Philippines

ALIGNMENT OF PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OUTCOME (PEO) WITH PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)


PEO DESCRIPTION
ALIGNMENT CO1 CO2
OF COURSE OUTCOMES CO3 UNIT
(CO) WITH CO4EXPECTED
CO5 OUTCOMES (UO)
UO Understand the concepts,
DESCRIPTION CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5
principles and theories of
11 Understand the significant concepts / and general /
visual, auditory
overview of theandHumanities COURSE COVERAGE
performing arts
2 Describe the methods of presenting the Arts Subjects /
WEEK Create, show and
UNIT OUTCOMES (UO)evaluate
COURSE CONTENT TEACHING-LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT TASKS (AT) RESOURCES
3 Learn the mediums, elements and organization of visual
(TLA) / / / /
2 own unique visual, auditory / / LEARNING
/
arts TEACHING ASSESSMENT TOOL
and performing
1 COURSE ORIENTATION: arts
4 Understand the organization in the visual arts / / / /
Recognize the arts, works
o Understand the o PCCM VMV o Didactic o Lecture o Oral o Rubrics o Course
5 and performances
Appreciate
mission andthe
vision
of the
organization
of o PEO, CEO in architecture
Lecture o Demonstration /
communi / / Syllabus
/
3 great people
PCCM and thein the o Course Outline /o Inductive o Facilitated / cation o Textbook
6 Philippines
Explain
Teacherthe elements
and
Educationother of literature and
o parts the combined
Lecture arts
Discussion / Techniqu
/ /
Program o Brainstorming e
7 ofRelate
o
the world
the historical development of drama / / /

8 Describe the medium of music and its form / / / / /


9 Explain the nature of dance / / / / /
Recognize the unique arts, works and performances of the
10 / / /
great Filipino people
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o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o

6 PRELIM EXAMINATION
o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o

o o o o o o o

10

o o o o o o o

11
12 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
o o o o o o o

13

o o o o o o o

14

o o o o o o o

15

o o o o o o o

16

o o o o o o o

17

18 FINAL EXAMINATION

TEXTBOOKS

REFERENCES (BOOKS/ONLINE WEBSITES/JOURNALS)

ALIGNMENT OF TEACHING LEARNING ACTIVITIES (TLA) WITH COURSE OUTCOMES (CO)


NO TEACHING CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5
1 DIDACTIC LECTURE – Educator delivers factual information
about the topic
2 INDUCTIVE LECTURE – Educator facilitates by introducing
specific instances and leads the learners to arrive at a
generalization
3 DEMONSTRATION – Educator demonstrates the execution of
a process and considers common considerations involved in
the process
NO LEARNING CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 C05
1 LECTURE – Educator delivers important information about
the topic and learners actively participate during the
discussion
2 DEMONSTRATION – Educator demonstrates the execution of
a process and considers common considerations involved in
the process
3 FACILITATED DISCUSSION – Educator guides learners in
practicing learned processes during the lecture and
demonstration
4

ASSESSMENT TASK (AT) AND TOOLS WITH COURSE OUTCOMES (CO)


NO ASSESSMENT TASK (AT) CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5
1
2
NO ASSESSMENT TOOL CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5
1 RUBRICS
2

GRADING SYSTEM
The final grade of the student is interpreted as shown on the table below:
74 and
AVERAGE 97–100 94–96 91–93 88–90 85–87 82–84 79–81 76–78 75
below
FINAL
1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 5.00
GRADE

Prepared by: Endorsed by: Approved by:

RENATO M. MERON RONA D. DELA ROSA PROF. RENELIZA C. STA. ANA, MAED
Instructor III TEP Program Head College Dean