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PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG

Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City


Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

COURSE OUTLINE
Understanding the Self
2ND SEMESTER (A.Y. 2019-2020)
WEDNESDAY 3:30-6:30PM ROOM 71

Vision
PLP is the leading center for academic excellence among the locally funded colleges and
universities that produces responsible and productive individuals who are responsive to the
changing demands of development locally and globally.

Mission
We, a community of service-oriented individuals supported by the city government of
Pasig, committed to lifelong learning and to produce graduates strong in their global outlook,
cultural identity, and social responsibility through teaching strategies, methodologies, relevant
research and dedicated public service.

Course Code : GE001


Course Title : Understanding The Self
No. of Units : 3 units
Prerequisite : none

Course Description
The course deals with the nature of identity, as well as the factors and forces that affects
the development and maintenance of personal identity.

The course is intended to facilitate the exploration of the issues and concerns regarding
self and identity to arrive at a better understanding of one’s self. It strives to meet its goal by
stressing the integration of the personal with the academic – contextualizing matters discussed
in the classroom and in the everyday experiences of students –making for better learning,
generating an new appreciation for the learning process, and developing a more critical and
reflective attitude while enabling them to manage and improve their selves to attain a better
quality of life.

The course is divided into three major parts: The first part seeks to understand the
construct of self from various disciplinal perspectives: philosophy, sociology, anthropology and
psychology – as well as the more traditional division between the East and the West – each
seeking to provide answer to difficult but essential question – “What is the Self?”. And raising,
among others , the question: “Is there even a construct of the Self?”. The second part explores
some of the various aspects that make up the self; such as the biological and material up to and
including the more recent Digital Self. The third and final part identifies three areas of concerns
for young students: learning, goal setting, and managing stress. It also provides for the more
practical application of the concepts discussed in this course and enables them the hands-on
experience of developing self-help plans for self-regulated learning, goal setting and self care.

Course Learning Outcomes


General Education Outcomes (CMO No. 20, s. 2013)

CO1 The Self from various perspectives


1.1. Discuss the different representation and conceptualizations of the self from
various disciplinal perspectives.
1.2. Compare and contrast how the self has been represented across different
disciplines and perspective.
1.3. Examine the different influences, factors, and forces that shape the self.
PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

1.4. Demonstrate critical and reflective thought in analyzing the development of one’s
self and identify by developing a theory of the self.
CO2 Unpacking the Self
2.1. Explore the different aspects of self and identity.
2.2. Demonstrate critical, reflective thought in integrating the various aspects of self
and identity.
2.3. Identify the different forces and institutions that impact the different aspects of
self and identify.
2.4. Examine one’s self against the different aspects of self as discussed in class

CO3 Managing and Caring of the Self


3.1. Understand the theoretical underpinnings for how to manage and care for
different aspects of the self.
3.2. Acquire and hone new skills and learning for better managing of one’s self and
behaviors
3.3. Apply the new skills to one’s self and functioning for a better quality of life.

Weeks Topics
Overview of the course:

 PLP Mission/Vision
1  Syllabus
 Classroom Policies, Rules and Regulations
 Attendance, Grading System and Course Requirements/ Grooming
Policies
Defining the Self: Personal and Developmental
Perspectives on Self and Identity
2-3 The Self from Various Philosophical Perspectives
4-5 The Self, Society, and Culture
6 The Self as Cognitive Construct
7–8 The Self in Western and Eastern Thoughts
9 Midterm Exam
Unpacking the Self
10 The Physical and Sexual Self
11 To Buy or Not to Buy? That Is the Question!
12 Supernaturals: Believe It or Not
13 The Political Self and Being Filipino
14 Who Am I in the Cyberworld? (Digital Self)
Managing and Caring for the Self
15 Learning To Be a Better Learner
16 Do Not Just Dream, Make It Happen
17 Less Stress, More Care
18 Final Exam

Performance Tasks:

 Reflection Paper  Slogan/Poster Making


 Research Paper  Quote Hunt
 Concept Mapping  Self-care Plan Making
 Summaries  Dream Board Making
 Multi-media presentation
PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Expectation from the student:


1. Student should wait for the professor within 20 minutes after the start of a 1.5 hour
class period or 45 minutes after the start of a 3 hours class period before leaving the
room. A student who leaves the classroom before the end of the waiting period shall be
considered absent if the professor arrives within the waiting time.
2. Using mobile phones or any gadgets that are not related during the class hours are
prohibited.
3. Regular class attendance
4. Active participation in class discussion.

Grading System:
Class Performance………………….60%
(Individual/Group Activities, Homework, Seatwork, Quizzes, Reflection&Journals,
Term Paper, and Projects)
Major Exams…………………………30%
Attendance…………………………..10%
Total 100%

ACADEMIC DISHONESTY:
This class will follow PLP’s policy on academic dishonesty. Anyone suspected of
academic dishonesty will be reported to the Dean of College of Business, Accountancy and
Management and Director of Student Affairs.
Cheating: using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, or
study in any academic exercise.
Fabrication: falsifying or inventing any information or citation in academic
exercise.
Plagiarism: knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one’s own
in an academic exercise.
Violation of Intellectual Property: stealing, altering, or destroying the academic
work of other members of the community or the educational resources, materials
or official documents of the college.
Facilitating Academic Dishonesty: knowing and helping another to attempt to
violate any provisions of this policy.
Note: Violation of academic integrity may result in failure of an assignment, failure of
the course, or more serious sanctions.
Cheating, forging and any related major offenses mentioned above shall be dealt
accordingly based on the stipulated by-laws of the school on the student primer.
COURSE POLICIES:
1. Student should wait for the professor within 15 minutes after the start of a 1.5 hrs
class period or 45 minutes after the start of a three-hour class period before leaving
the room. A student who leaves the classroom before the end of the waiting period
shall be considered absent if the professor arrives within the waiting time or doing so
in the middle of the class period.
2. ATTENDANCE: Students are allowed 3 days of absences inclusive of tardiness. A
student who misses more than three (3) absences may be dropped by the professor,
but its your (THE STUDENT) responsibility to drop from the class. Continued
tardiness will affect your attendance. Three (3) tardiness is equivalent to one (1) day
absent. All absences after that shall mean FAILURE DUE TO EXCESSIVE
ABSENCES.
3. Cellular phones should always be in a silent mode during class hours. Using mobile
phones or any gadgets that are not related during the class hours are prohibited
unless a special permission is sought.
PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

4. Assignments, projects and related subject requirements must be submitted on or


before the deadline. Failure to do so will accumulate point’s deduction to the score of
the requirements. On the contrary, early submission (1 week before the deadline) will
gain additional point/s.
5. Students are expected to cite their resources properly on their work.
a. For internet source: Copy and paste the URL or the website and the date of
access.
b. For books: Author of the book, title of the book, city, publisher, copyright,
page
c. For articles: Title of the article, author, date of access
6. Student should be honest at all times; anyone who will be caught cheating,
plagiarizing, forgoing or doing any related major offenses, shall automatically receive
a zero (0) percentage mark on that particular requirement or could merit a 0.0 grade
and can lead to suspension and dismissal.
7. Quizzes will either be announced or unannounced
8. Midterm and Final Examinations are schedule on the 9th week.Special major
examinations are scheduled one week after the administration of the major exams.
9. MISSED WORK: If a student arrives late to class, and a test is still in progress, the
student may take the test however he/she must ask permission from his/her
professor. If a student misses a test, assignment or activity, the student may take or
submit if he/she has a valid reason. For instance medical certificate or an excuse
letter and attached photocopy of ID with three specimen signature by his/her parent or
guardian.
10. Regular class attendance and active participation in class discussions. Be HERE, Be
ON TIME. Students who attend class regularly and arrive on time tend to do better
work and understand more. Poor attendance causes students to miss an activity/quiz
or any requirement given that is hard to or impossible to recreate.
11. Have RESPECT for yourselves, each other, the teacher, and guests. This means
paying attention to those who are speaking, and being polite to anyone in our
classroom.
12. Make an EFFORT to do your best on every assignment. Completing assignments,
participating in classroom discussions, and studying hard show me that you care
about your education. Coming to class prepared each day is a step in the right
direction. You will be amazed at what this can do for your grades.
13. UNIFORM:
 Students should always wear their complete uniform and ID inside the campus.
 Please observe proper grooming for male and female.
 For Female: Apply light makeup.
 For Male: Apply gel
 No EXCUSES
14. Other policies: as agree by students and professor in – charge in the subject.

Prepared by:
PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

UNDERSTANDING THE SELF


2ND. SEMESTER A.Y.2019-2020
January 22, 2020

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PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Alcalde Jose St. Kapasigan, Pasig City
Telefax No. 628 – 1013
College no. 628 – 1013 loc. 116

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

UNDERSTANDING THE SELF


2ND. SEMESTER A.Y.2019-2020
January 22, 2020

PLP Mission and Vision


Syllabus
Classroom Policies
Course Requirements
Grading System
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