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METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City

Course Syllabus
2 nd Semester
School Year 2011- 2012

I. Course Number : PE 02
II. Course Title :
III. Course Credit : 2 units

Prepared by: Endorsed by: Approved by:

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ JENNIFER R. GALVEZ MARIVIC VALDEZ- ECLIPSE, Ph.D.


Instructor Registrar School Director
IV. Mission/ Vision

To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and
Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process.
Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials.
Everyone is envisioned to posses’ self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen
for the future.

V. Course Description:

This course deals with the fundamentals of the dances such as modern dances, folk dances, ethnic dances and ballroom dances.

VI. Course Objectives:

General objectives:

At the end of the course, the students must be able to:

1. Learn the basic steps of the dances and its cultural impact to the Filipinos.
2. Develop the fundamental skills through participation and
3. Develop desirable social attitudes among students towards the activities.

VII. Course Outline:


Evaluative Instructional
Time Frame Specific Objectives Subject matter Values Integrated Strategies Learning Outcome
Measures Materials
1st- 2nd Week At the end of the lessons UNIT I. ORIENTATION Loyalty Lecture Recitations Student
students are expected to: a. School Handbook
1. Know the school Philosophy, Self confidence Discussions Quiz
policies pertaining Mission and
to the conduct and Vision. Honesty
discipline of the b. Policies of the
students and School
school grading c. Classroom
system. Management
2. Memorize and fully system, course
understand the requirements and
Philosophy, other allied
Mission and Vision activities,
of the Institution. resources and
other instructional
materials.
d. Grading System
e. Syllabi
3rd- 5th Week 1. Incorporate the Christmas dance Critical thinking Practices of Dance Present a Christmas
modern dance in Christmas dance presentation dance
the celebration of Social Relationships
Yuletide season.
Self confidence
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
6th- 10th Week 1. To know the History of folk dancing Critical Thinking Lecture To present a folk dance
history folk Practicum Textbook
dancing Basic steps of folk dances Practices
2. To know the basic Social Relationships
steps of folk Different folk dances
dances.
3. To know the
different folk
dances.
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
11th- 15th 1. To be familiarize with Ethnic dance Critical Thinking Lecture Group Activities Textbook To present ethnic
Week the different ethnic dances
dances of the Demonstrations
Philippines. Social Relationships
2. To know the
importance and
relationship of the Critical Analysis
ethnic dances to the
culture of the
different ethnic
groups of the
Philippines
PREFINAL EXAMINATION
16th- 18th 1. To be familiarize with Ballroom dancing Critical Thinking Demonstrations Group Activities Textbook To present ballroom
Week the different ballroom dances
dances. Practicum
2. To know the history Social Relationships
of ballroom dancing.
3. To know the different
ballroom dance. Critical Analysis
FINAL EXAMINATION

References:

1. Jimena, Edgar C. Dance your way to fitness. Manila: Rex Book Store, 2006
2. Philippine Folk Dances.

Grading System:

Class Participation 70%


Attendance
Recitation
Quiz
Requirements

Examination 30%
Total 100%
Preliminary Average Grade

Midterm Grades
Prelim Average 30%
Midterm Average 70%

PreFinal Grade
Midterm Average 30%
Prefinal Average 70%

Final Grade
Prefinal Average 30%
Final Average 70%

METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City

Course Syllabus
2 nd Semester
School Year 2011- 2012

I. Course Number : PE 04
II. Course Title : Recreational Activities
III. Course Credit : 2 units

Prepared by: Endorsed by: Approved by:

JENNIFER R. GALVEZ JENNIFER R. GALVEZ MARIVIC VALDEZ- ECLIPSE, Ph.D.


Instructor Registrar School Director

IV. Mission/ Vision

To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and
Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process.
Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials.
Everyone is envisioned to posses’ self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen
for the future.

V. Course Description:

This course is designed to meet the recreational needs of students. The subject also discuss the first aid activity and water survival. Activities are planned to
introduce different kinds of activities that are not only fun but also educational and can be of help for physical fitness of the students.

VI. Course Objectives:

General objectives:

At the end of the course, the students must be able to:

1. Learn the different recreational activities that are also educational.


2. To learn basic of first aid.
3. To learn the different ways of water survival.

VII. Course Outline:


Time Evaluative Instructional
Specific Objectives Subject matter Values Integrated Strategies Learning Outcome
Frame Measures Materials
1st- 2nd Week At the end of the lessons UNIT I. ORIENTATION Loyalty Lecture Recitations Student Students are aware of
students are expected to: a. School Handbook the school policies,
1. Know the school Philosophy, Self confidence Discussions Quiz rules and regulations.
policies pertaining to Mission and
the conduct and Vision. Honesty
discipline of the b. Policies of the
students and school School
grading system. c. Classroom
2. Memorize and fully Management
understand the system, course
Philosophy, Mission requirements and
and Vision of the other allied
Institution. activities,
resources and
other
instructional
materials.
d. Grading System
e. Syllabi
3rd- 5th Week 1. Learn the importance Christmas song Self Confidence Lecture Practicum Textbook 1. Learned and
of Yuletide season as enjoy the
part of the culture of Creativity Practices Christmas
the Filipinos.
2. Incorporate music into Group coordination
the celebration of
Christmas

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
th th
6- 10 1. To know the Single, Doubles and Self Confidence Lecture Practicum Textbook 1. Know the
Week- different solo, Group games. history of the
double and group Scrabble Creativity Discussions different
games. Boogle games that
2. Trace the history of Sungka Coordination we enjoy to
the different Bingo play.
games. Table tennis 2. Be able to
play the
scrabble,
Boogle,
Sungka,
Bingo and
Table Tennis
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
11th- 15th 1. To learn the basics of First Aid and Water Self Confidence Lecture Practicum Textbook 1. Be able to
Week First aid and water Survival properly apply
survival. - Introduction to Creativity Discussions the first aid
2. To be able to know First Aid when
what to do in case - Shock necessary
that we encounter - Guidelines in
such events. giving emergency
care
- Patient/ Casualty
handling
- Poisoning
PREFINAL EXAMINATION
16th- 18th 1. To learn the history of Swimming Self Confidence Lecture Practicum Textbook 1. Know how to
Week swimming - History swim
2. To be able to identify - Basic steps Creativity Discussions
the different strokes in - Safety precaution
swimming - Different strokes
3. To understand the
basic steps and safety
precaution in
swimming
FINAL EXAMINATION

References:

1. Philippine National Red Cross. First aid handbook. 2001 edition.


2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swimming
Grading System:

Class Participation 70%


Attendance
Recitation
Quiz
Requirements

Examination 30%
Total 100%
Preliminary Average Grade

Midterm Grades
Prelim Average 30%
Midterm Average 70%

PreFinal Grade
Midterm Average 30%
Prefinal Average 70%

Final Grade
Prefinal Average 30%
Final Average 70%
METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
3rd Floor Prime Bldg., Maharlika Highway, Malvar, Santiago City

Course Syllabus
2 nd Semester
School Year 2011- 2012

I. Course Number : Lit 2/ Soc Sci 5


II. Course Title : World Literature
III. Course Credit : 3 units

Prepared by: Endorsed by: Approved by:

JEROME REMIGIO M. REMIGIO JENNIFER R. GALVEZ MARIVIC VALDEZ- ECLIPSE, Ph.D.


Instructor Registrar School Director
IV. Mission/ Vision

To offer a broad and excellent range of education and training, a true and finish individual of character- the ideal student of Metropolitan College of Science and
Technology educated, molded and developed in a unique process.
Education at MCST provides venues for character building, enhances talents and encourages the release of human potentials.
Everyone is envisioned to posses’ self- discipline, competence and flexibility in any given condition. MCST offers an education that forms valuable leaders and citizen
for the future.

V. Course Description:

World literature is a 3- unit course dealing with literary masterpieces of great writers. It focuses on the literatures of various continents of the world from the
beginnings of civilization to the present. It helps foster critical understanding and appreciations of how people give expression to their experience in the world.

VI. Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, the student is expected to have familiar with the Asian, Australian, American and European writers and their literary works.

VII. Course Outline:


Time Values Evaluative Instructional
Specific Objectives Subject matter Strategies Learning Outcome
Frame Integrated Measures Materials
1st Week At the end of the lessons Literature: an Positive Discussion Quiz, Literatures of the Understood the
students are expected to: introduction Perception Recitation, world by Sialongo meaning and
1. Shape the Literature Lecture Seatwork importance of literature
meaning and Literary standards Creativity and its genres.
importance of Literary models
literature Classification of
Literature
Literary approaches
Literary genres

2nd- 5th 1. Appreciate the African Literature Self Confidence Lecture Quiz Literatures of the Understood and
Week African literature. world by Sialongo appreciated the African
2. To know the Australian Creativity Discussions Seatwork and Australian Literature
Australian Literature Literature DVD- Rings of
Film viewing of Rings Film Analysis Nebulings
of Nebulings - The
(Vikings) Notebook
- The
Notebook
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
6th- 10th 1. Learn the European European Self Confidence Lecture Quiz Literatures of the Understood and
Week- Literature Literature world by Sialongo appreciated the
Creativity Discussions Seatwork Literature of Europe
DVD- Clash of the
Film viewing Film Analysis Titans
- Clash of the - Romeo and
Titans Juliet
- Romeo and - Merlin
Juliet
- Merlin
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
11th- 15th 1. To know the Asian Literature Self Confidence Lecture Quiz Literatures of the 1. Understood the
Week Asian Literature world by Sialongo Asian Literature
2. To appreciate Creativity Discussions Seatwork 2. Familiarized the
the Asian DVD- Curse of a different
Literature Film viewing- Curse Film Analysis golden flower literature of Asia
of a golden flower - Mahatma
- Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi
PREFINAL EXAMINATION
16th- 18th 1. To appreciate American Literature Self Confidence Lecture Quiz Literatures of the 1. Appreciated the
Week the American world by Sialongo beauty and
literature Creativity Discussions Seatwork importance of
DVD- Gulliver’s American
Film viewing- Film Analysis Travels Literature
Gulliver’s Travel
FINAL EXAMINATION

References:

1. Grattan, C. Harley. Australian Literature. Microsoft Encarta 2009.


2. Gunn, Edward M. Chinese Literature. Microsoft Encarta 2009
3. Sialongo, Erlinda B. Literatures of the world. Rex Book store, 2007.

DVD
1. Rings of Nebulings
2. The Notebook
3. Clash of the Titans
4. Romeo and Juliet
5. Merlin
6. Curse of a Golden Flower
7. Mahatma Gandhi
8. Gulliver’s Travels
Grading System:
Class Participation 70%
Attendance
Recitation
Quiz
Requirements

Examination 30%
Total 100%
Preliminary Average Grade

Midterm Grades
Prelim Average 30%
Midterm Average 70%

PreFinal Grade
Midterm Average 30%
Prefinal Average 70%

Final Grade
Prefinal Average 30%
Final Average 70%