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ANDRES BONIFACIO COLLEGE

College Park, Dipolog City


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
1 st Semester, Academic Year 2019-2020

COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE PROGRAM: Bachelor of Science in Accountancy/Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

COURSE NUMBER: GEC111

COURSE TITLE: Understanding the Self

COURSE UNITS: 3

PRE-REQUISITES None

STATEMENT OF VISION, MISSION and CORE VALUES


VISION:
A center of excellence in instruction, research, technology, extension, athletics and the arts.
MISSION:
We commit to provide affordable quality education with values in industry, intelligence, integrity and undertake relevant research and
socially-responsive community service, using innovative technologies.
CORE VALUES:
Industry, Intelligence and Integrity

Institutional Intended Learning Outcomes (IILO) (Institutional Graduate Attribute)


A student who has completed an undergraduate degree will have acquired an education at a competent level including both
specialist knowledge and general intellectual and life skills that equip him for employment and citizenship and lay the foundations for a
lifetime of continuous learning and personal development.

The ideal graduate is expected to possess the ability to:

1. Articulate and discuss the latest development in the specific field of practice.

2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino.

3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.

4. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.

5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILO)

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy graduates should be able to:

A. Possess general knowledge (different cultures in the world, develop international perspective, competency in the English
language, adaptability to foreign business practices, level of trainability and good capabilities with foreign partners).

B. Possess organizational and business knowledge (economics, quantitative methods, business statistics, organization behavior,
marketing, operations management, international business, ethics and corporate governance).

C. Possess information technology (IT) knowledge (IT concepts for business systems, internal control in computer-based system,
standards and practices for business systems, management of the adoption, implementation and use of IT, evaluation of computer
business systems and managing the security of information).

D. Possess the accounting and finance knowledge (core knowledge related to accounting and related areas in private and
governmental setting, proficiency in international accounting/financial reporting and auditing standards, cost management, management
accounting, recent tax laws, business and commercial laws, corporate finance, Philippine capital markets, professional ethics and
environmental accounting and reporting).

E. Possess intellectual skills (analysis, problem solving and strategies/critical thinking).

F. Possess interpersonal skills (a team player, persuasive, confident and diplomatic, discreet, open minded and patient, capable
of handwork and able to respond well to pressure).

G. Possess communication skills (explain verbally and/or in writing financial/statistical/administrative


matters/policies/procedures/regulatory matters/audit results at a level appropriate to the audience; ask clear, concise and relevant
questions to obtain desired information to perform a task; negotiate effectively.)

Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILO)

At the end of the semester, the student will be able to:

1. Explain the program and your institution’s vision-mission statements and objectives;

2. Focus your attention during open sharing sessions;

3. Demonstrate self-understanding and self-acceptance;

4. Explain the nature, concept, and meaning of self;

5. Describe the nature of self from your own point of view;

6. Discuss the conceptualization and representation of the self from various disciplines and perspectives;

7. Develop a pleasant and wholesome attitude towards oneself;

8. Determine the condition of your physical self;


9. Classify the physiological needs of the self in each stage of life;

10. Identify the forces and institutions that impact the development of various aspects of identity and the self;

11. Explain the importance of good health;

12. Conduct yourself effectively in different situations as well as convey ideas and thoughts to others;

13. Identify your natural qualities and behavior;

14. Assess and improve your study habits;

15. Discuss the nature and kinds of emotions;

16. Identify the physiological reactions to emotions;

17. Enumerate ways of controlling and managing emotions;

18. Explain the primary emotional responses of the self to achieve emotional maturity;

19. Explain the basic concepts of social relationships;

20. Discuss how relationships with others could be enhanced and improved by applying the ideas on social relationships;

21. Identify and evaluate critical factors for meaningful social relationships;

22. Differentiate behaviors that make acceptable social relationships from those behaviors that are not acceptable;
23. Analyze your behaviors to achieve harmonious relationships with others;

24. Explain the basic concepts related to morality and moral self;

25. Identify behaviors characteristic of the different stages of moral development;

26. Relate the development of personal values to the development of philosophy of life;

27. State the different influences or factors related to the moral self;

28. Evaluate practices that lead to the development of desirable moral values;

29. Apply concepts on morality in particular situations to develop a philosophy in life;

30. Define self-image and discuss other related concepts;

31. Analyze one’s characteristics and abilities and explain how these could be used to enhance self-image;

32. Identify the low or negative aspect of self and determine how these can be improved;

33. Discuss the different ways to enhance one’s self-image;

34. Explain how one’s abilties and an enhanced self will lead to self-fulfillment;

35. Identify the specific intelligences that one can develop to be successful;

36. Determine the critical factors that contribute to growth and personality development;

37. Explain the principles in making critical decisions in one’s life;


38. Fully use your talents, abilities, and decision-making skills to become responsible citizens;

39. Explain the role of motivation in facilitating academic success;

40. Identify the tools or measures used for the assessment process;

41. Discuss the ways of assessing the various aspects of personality;

42. Differentiate a formal assessment from an informal one;

43. Explain how the results of assessments help improve one’s personality;

44. Identify the factors that contribute to becoming the best you can be;

45. Describe the characteristics of one who has reached his/her peak of personal, social, emotional and spiritual development;

46. Apply the different ways toward achieving the peak of one’s development;

47. Draw up plans and steps in your quest to be the best that you can be;

48. Advocate Gender and Development in Classroom and Institutional Levels;

49. Demonstrate understanding from the course through a culminating activity;

Course Description
Understanding the Self is one of the core courses under the new General Education Curriculum (CMO 20 s. 2013). This course covers the
nature of identity, the factors and forces that affect personal development, and the maintenance of Personal Identity. This course is
intended to help the students understand the nature of identity including factors that influence and shape personal identity.

COURSE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION: PRELIM


Time Competencies Learning Content Outcome Teaching-Learning Resource Assessment
Frame (Product/Performance) Activities Materials Tasks

1 week 1. Explain the program I. The SELF 1. Sharing Oneself 1. Lecture 1. Handouts 1. Examination
(3 hours) and your institution’s
vision-mission A. Research Data on 2. Zip-Zap-Zop Game 2. Virtual Visits 2. Text 2. Research
statements and College Life and the References Reports
objectives; Discovery of Self Identity 3. The Boat is Sinking 3. Case Study
3. On-line 3. Creative
2. Focus your attention B. ABCollege’s Vision and 4. Learning Logs 4.Concept Mapping Resources Projects
during open sharing Mission Statement
sessions; 4. Projector
C. ABCollege’s Core
3. Demonstrate self- Values
understanding and self-
acceptance; D. The Human Person
and his/her Community

4. Explain the nature,


2 weeks concept, and meaning of I. The Concept and 1. Self- Description 1. Guided Study 1. On-line 1. Examination
(6 hours) self; Nature of Self Essay Resources
2. Lecture 2. Free Writing
5. Describe the nature of A. The Philosophical 2. Self-Examination 2. Handouts
self from your own point View of Self 3. Case Study 3. Class
of view; 3. Creation of Personal 3. Projector Presentation
B. The Christian View of Journal of Growth and 4. Virtual Visits
6. Discuss the Self Development
conceptualization and
representation of the self C. The Physiological
from various disciplines View of Self
and perspectives;

7. Develop a pleasant
and wholesome attitude
towards oneself;

2 weeks 8. Determine the I. The Physical Self 1. Learning logs on 1. Lecture 1. Handouts 1. Role Play
(6 hours) condition of your The Different Theories
physical self; A. Characterizing Myself of Growth and 2.Directed Reading 2. Text 2.Reflection
Development References Papers
9.Classify the B. The Reproductive 3. Virtual Visits
physiological needs of System 3. Completion of the 3. On-line 3. Examination
the self in each stage of Egg-Developmental 4. Role Play Resources
life; C. Stages of Growth and Month Long Tasks
Development Across the 4. Projector
10. Identify the forces Lifespan
and institutions that D. Food and Nutrition 3.Individual Health
impact the development Assessment Report
of various aspects of E. Balanced Diet
identity and the self; 4. Genetic Family Tree

11. Explain the


importance of good
health;

2 weeks 12. Conduct yourself I. Intelligent Behaviors 1. Draw and Illustrate 1. Case Study 1. On-line 1. Examination
(6 hours) effectively in different the Five Senses with Resources
situations as well as A. Fourteen Intelligent parts and functions. 2. Lecture 2. Creative
convey ideas and Behaviors 2. Handouts Projects
thoughts to others; 2. Perform The Snellen 3. Guided Study 3. Text
B. Study Habits Chart and Ichihara References 3. Class
13. Identify your natural Color Blindness Tests; 4. Orientation Presentation
qualities and behavior; C. Commitments to Tuning Fork Test 4. Projector
Change
14. Assess and improve 3. Learning logs on
your study habits; Perception

4. Creative projects on
Illusions

5. Research Reports
on Multiple
Intelligences

COURSE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION: MIDTERM


Time Competencies Learning Content Outcome Teaching-Learning Resource Assessment
Frame (Product/Performance Activities Materials Tasks

2 weeks 15. Discuss the nature I. Achieving Emotional 1. Demonstrate 1. Participatory 1. Handouts 1. Examination
(6 hours) and kinds of emotions; Competencies different emotions Learning in Action
through the emoticon 2. On-line 2. Research
A. Sharing of Feelings
16. Identify the photo booth 2. Lecture Resources Reports
physiological reactions B. Fundamentals of
to emotions; Emotion 2. Perform different 3. Debates 3. Projector
passages depicting
17. Enumerate ways of C. Emotion Management different emotions 4. Virtual Visits
controlling and managing Strategies
emotions; 3. Research Reports

18. Explain the primary


emotional responses of
the self to achieve
emotional maturity;

2 weeks 19. Explain the basic I. Social Self 1. Dance 1. Lecture 1. Handouts 1. Reflection
(6 hours) concepts of social Papers
A. Social Units
relationships; 2. Essays 2. Workshops 2. Projector
B. Social Psychology
20. Discuss how 3. Book Review: 3. Guided Study 3. On-line 2. Examination
relationships with others C. Person Perception Finding the Purpose Resources
could be enhanced and 4. Virtual Visits
improved by applying the D. Social Norms 4. Learning Logs
ideas on social
E. Together as a Group
relationships; 5. Research Reports
F. Conformity
21. Identify and evaluate
G. Social Roles and
critical factors for
Social Norms
meaningful social
relationships; H. Nature and Depth of
Relationship
22. Differentiate behaviors
that make acceptable I. Love
social relationships from
those behaviors that are J. The Triangular Theory
not acceptable; of Love

K. Attitudes
23. Analyze your
behaviors to achieve L. Stereotypes
harmonious
relationships with others;

2 weeks 24. Explain the basic I. Moral Self 1. Critical Book 1.Concept Mapping 1. Creative 1. Research
(6 hours) concepts related to Review: Materials Reports
morality and moral self; The Norms and 2. Participatory
Grounds of Morality Learning in Action 2. Handouts 2. Examination
25. Identify behaviors A. What Morality is
characteristic of the 2. Memorize the Poem 3. Lecture 3. On-line 3. Small Group
different stages of moral B. Moral Reasoning How Does Parenting Resources Activities
development; Affect Personality 4. Virtual Visits
C. Parenting Styles and 4. Projector
26. Relate the Practices 3. Critical Essay on
development of personal Fumes the Memorious
values to the
development of 4.Bible/Quran Review
philosophy of life; and Analysis

27. State the different


influences or factors
related to the moral self;

28. Evaluate practices


that lead to the
development of desirable
moral values;

29. Apply concepts on


morality in particular
situations to develop a
philosophy in life;

2 weeks 30. Define self-image I. Concept of Self: 1. Creative Project: 1.Directed Reading 1. Handouts 1. Class
(6 hours) and discuss other related Understanding and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Presentation
concepts; Enhancing One’s Self- Needs 2. Lecture 2. On-line
Image Resources 2. Examination
31. Analyze one’s 2. Learning logs on 3. Orientation
characteristics and Theories of Motivation
abilities and explain how A. Concepts Related to
these could be used to Self 3. Projector
enhance self-image;
32. Identify the low or B. Discrepancy in Self-
negative aspect of self Image
and determine how these
C. Self-Esteem
can be improved;

33. Discuss the different


ways to enhance one’s
self-image;

34. Explain how one’s


abilties and an enhanced
self will lead to self-
fulfillment;

2 weeks 35. Identify the specific I. Responsible Self: My 1. Creation of Neuron 1. Participatory 1. Text 1. Role Play
(6 hours) intelligences that one Commitment to Lifelong Models Learning in Action References
can develop to be Growth 2.Reflection
successful; 2. Drawing of Nervous 2. Lecture 2. Creative Papers
A. Gardner’s Theory of
– Endocrine System Materials
Multiple Intelligences
36. Determine the critical Paradigm 3. Guided Study 3. Examination
factors that contribute to B. Contributors of 3. On-line
growth and personality Intelligence 3. Research Reports 4. Workshops Resources
development; on the Amazing
Characteristics of the 4. Projector
Brain
37. Explain the principles C. Motivation
in making critical 5. Book Review:
D. Emotional Intelligence
decisions in one’s life; Multiple Intelligence

38. Fully use your


talents, abilities, and
decision-making skills to
become responsible
citizens;

39. Explain the role of


motivation in facilitating
academic success;

COURSE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION: FINALS


Time Competencies Learning Content Outcome Teaching-Learning Resource Assessment
Frame (Product/Performance Activities Materials Tasks

2 weeks 40. Identify the tools or I. Assessing for Self- 1. Creative Projects on 1.Concept Mapping 1.On-line 1. Examination
(6 hours) measures used for the Improvement Mental Defense Resources
assessment process; Mechanisms 2. Virtual Visits 2. Research
2. Handouts Reports
A. Types of Assessment 2. Learning logs on the 3. Lecture
41. Discuss the ways of Tools different approaches 3. Projector 3. Small Group
assessing the various to personality 3. Guided Study Activities
aspects of personality;
B. General Methods of 2. Indvidual
42. Differentiate a formal Assessement Personality
assessment from an Assessment Result
C. Application of
informal one;
Assessment
43. Explain how the
results of assessments
help improve one’s
personality;

2 weeks 44. Identify the factors I. The Best of Me 1. Reflection Papers 1. Lecture 1. Handouts 1. Class
(6 hours) that contribute to Presentation
becoming the best you A. Jonathan Livingston 2. Stage Drama: 2.Directed Reading 2. Creative
can be; Seagull: An Analysis Demonstration of Peer Materials 2. Examination
Influence 3. Virtual Visits
45. Describe the B. Goal-Setting and
characteristics of one Success
who has reached his/her 3. Multimedia Arcade 3. Projector
peak of personal, social, C. The Need for
emotional and spiritual Spirituality 4. Teleserye and
development; Internet Games Survey

46. Apply the different 5. Survey on Gender


ways toward achieving Preferences and
the peak of one’s Acceptance
development;
6. Journal on Family
47. Draw up plans and Planning Methods
steps in your quest to be
the best that you can be;

48. Advocate Gender and


Development in
Classroom and
Institutional Levels;

1 week 49. Demonstrate I. Culmination Program: 1. Conduct 1. Lecture 1. Text 1. Creative


(1 hours) understanding from the Application of Concepts Culmination Activity as References Projects
course through a on Understanding the Final Examinations 2. Participatory
culminating activity; Self Learning in Action 2. Handouts 2. Reflection
1A. Program Papers
1B. Poster 3. Guided Study 3. Projector
1C. Team Building 3. Role Play
1D. Awards Day
4. Examination

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: GRADING SYSTEM:

1. Conduct a Campus-Wide Participatory Research on Gender and Prelim and Periodic Grades are determined as follows:
Development Component Weight Comment
A) Quizzes 1/3 Quiz/Unit Exam
2. Produce a Critical Film on Peer Influence B) Periodic Exam 1/3 Prelims/Midterms/Finals
C) Class Participation 1/3 Attendance, Recitation, Seatwork,
3. Make a Collage of Faces Depicting Different Emotions Oral Reports, Compositions, Term
Papers and other course
4. Create a Growth and Development Portfolio requirements

5. Conduct a Survey on Study Habits and its Implications The Midterm Grade is determined as follows:
Component Weight
ACTIVITIES A) Prelim Grade 1/3
B) Periodic Grade 2/3
1. What Psychology is Not: True or False Activity
2. The Brain Universe The Final Grade is determined as follows:
3. Critical Movie Analysis: Every Child is Special Component Weight
4. Mini Play on Motivation and Emotion A) Midterm Grade 1/3
5. Balloon Personality Test B) Periodic Grade 2/3
6. Egg-Developmental Tasks Grade Equivalence is computed as:
7. Taste Tasty Went Nasty
8. The Blind Man’s World Grade Equivalence= Raw Score
9. Film Making Total Possible Score x50+50
10. Campus Research Reference:
11. Case Study and Presentation
Student handbook Sections 7.2.2 and 7.2.3

CLASSROOM POLICIES:

I. PROPER DECORUM
1. Wearing of School Uniform and I.D. - abide by the dress code and grooming policies of ABCollege.
2. Behave in an honest and honorable manner.
3. Profanity and racial slurs in the classroom will not be tolerated.

II. ATTENDANCE
1. Strictly observe School Attendance Protocol.
2. Observe punctuality and regularity at all times.
3. Tardiness and early dismissal is discouraged.

III. BEHAVIOR/ATTITUDE
1. Demonstrate RESPECT at ALL TIMES.
2. Avoid using offensive, discriminatory and rude language.
3. Any other conduct deemed inappropriate is discouraged.
4. The College, in its sole discretion, shall have the right to take any disciplinary, administrative and legal action against a defaulting
Student committing breach of any of the College Rules, Regulations, Policies or Guidelines.

IV. ACADEMIC PARLANCE


1. Cheating is an unacceptable conduct that warrants punishment.
2. Homework should be completed neatly, carefully and on time.
3. Always come to school prepared.

V. OTHERS
1. Use of electronic gadgets is strictly regulated.
2. Loitering is prohibited.
3. Littering is discouraged.

VI. REFERENCES
1. Section 17: Offenses, Violations and Sanctions, ABCollege Student Handbook
2. Art.21, Student Discipline, Manual of Regulations for Private Higher Education of 2008

COURSE REFERENCES:
Book Title Author/s Edition
Basic Readings:
1. Understanding the Self Dalisay G. Brawner 2018 First Edition
Analiza F. Arcega

2. Understanding the Self Eden Joy Pastor Alata 2018 Edition


Bernardo Ncolas Caslib, Jr.
Janice Patria Javier Serafica
R.A. Pawilen
2013 Edition
3. General Psychology Juan Birion
Marilou Asturias
Elmer De Jose
First Edition 2009
4. The Science of Psychology Dr. Roxel A Apruebo
Eight Edition
5. Essentials of Understand Robert S. Feldman
ing Psychology

Book Title Author/s Edition


Extended Readings:
1. Psychology Applied to Teaching Jack Snowman 13th Edition
Rick McCown

2. Introductory Social Psychology Dr. Roxel A Apruebo First Edition

3. Psychology and Contemporary Life Weiten, Hammer and Dunn 10th Edition

4. An Introduction to Research in John McLeod First Edition


Counseling and Psychotherapy

5. Human Growth and Development and Acero, Javier and Castro First Edition
Learning

Web-Based References: 1. McGraw-Hill Connect Psychology

2. https://www.psychology.org/tools.htm

3. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Review_of_General Psychology

Magazines/Journals: 1. Reader’s Digest

2. National Geographic

3. Time Magazine

4. Newsweek

COURSE OUTPUT:
At the end of the semester, the class shall be able to:

1. Conduct a Campus-Wide Participatory Research on Gender and Development


2. Produce a Critical Film on Peer Influence
3. Make a Collage of Faces Depicting Different Emotions
4. Create a Growth and Development Portfolio
5. Conduct a Survey on Study Habits and its Implications

Course Facilitator: Class Schedule:


Henry Mark T. Casocot Tuesday-Thursday 4:00-5:30PM
Department: Room Assignment:
College of Arts and Sciences GP-206
Contact No: Consultation Time: T-Th 1:00-4:00PM
09174725637
E-mail: Consultation Room: Alumni and Public Affairs Office
henrymarkcasocot@gmail.com

Prepared by: Henry Mark T. Casocot, RN, LLB Date Prepared: June 10, 2019
Instructor
Evaluated by: Mr. Demetrio D. Martus, MPA, MSAg Date Evaluated:
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Approved by: Mr. Julius B. Elopre, MAGC Date Approved:
Acting VPAA