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UNIVERSITY VISION

 

The Isabela State

University

(ISU),

a

globally

recognized

institution

higher

of

learning

for

empowerment

people

and

sustainable

development

embodying

accountability

effectiveness,

excellence,

and

integrity.

UNIVERSITY MISSION

The University is committed to train and develop students to become professionally competent graduates who are equipped with sound moral principles; and to serve the community through research, extension and resource generation by way of inspired leadership and responsive manpower.

UNIVERSITY VISION The Isabela State University (ISU), a globally recognized institution higher of learning for empowerment

Republic of the Philippines

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

Jones, Isabela

1 st Semester 2014-2015

I.

Course Number

:

Social Science 16

II.

Course

Title

:

LIFE AND WORKS OF RIZAL

III.

Course Description

:

 

The course on the life, works, and writings of Dr. Jose Rizal is in accordance with the requirements of the Rizal Law. It is hoped that by studying his life, teachings and literary works, the youth may gain inspiration and insights and involve in the community carrying he values of Rizal and other national heroes.

The course is also intended to trace the evolution and development of Rizal’s

IV.

Credits Units

:

nationalist ideology. Three (3)

V.

Number of Contract Hours:

3 hours lecture

VI.

Course Prerequisite

:

None

VII.

General Objectives

:

Upon completion of the course the students are expected to:

  • 1. Interweave the highlights of Rizal’s life, works, and teachings into the origin and development of Filipino national consciousness.

  • 2. Analyze Rizal’s intellectual and aesthetic humanism giving emphasis on Rizal’s courageous criticism of Philippine life to arouse the latent potential of the Filipino people.

  • 3. Discover and appreciate the profound beauty of Rizal’s message to his people.

  • 4. Acquire proper direction and search for a better national life; and

  • 5. Identify the weaknesses and defects of the Filipino character, the social problems, and the reforms of Rizal’s advocacy.

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VIII.

Course Contents

   

TEACHING

MATERIALS USED

ENHANCEMENT

 

EVALUATION

NO. OF

EXPECTED OUTCOMES/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 

LEARNING CONTENTS

STRATEGIES

ACTIVITY

VALUES DEVELOPED

METHOD

HOURS

OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW

Brainstorming on

   

Dedication and

Recitation

  • 1 hour

  • A. State and explain the mission and vision of

  • A. Statement of the University

the vision and

commitment to

the university and the goals

and

Mission, Vision, Goals, and

mission of the

the attainment of

objectives of the college.

Objectives.

University, goals

the VMGO’s of

  • B. Present an overview of the course and

  • B. Overview of the course content

and objectives of

ISU.

explain the grading system on how the

and presentation of grading system

the college

students’ performance will be evaluated.

At the end of the lesson, students should be

Chapter 1. A PANORAMIC SURVEY

Lecture

   

Independent

Assignment

  • 8 hours

able to:

1.1

RA 1425 or the Rizal

work

Recitation

  • 1. Explain the social context and

Law

Brain Storming

Cooperation

Research project

importance of Rizal Law

1.2

The Philippines in the

Critical thinking

Quizzes

  • 2. Discuss the social and economic

19 th Century

Class discussion

Honesty

Rubric assessment

situation of the Philippines during the Spanish regime as sources of abuses.

1.3

Sources of Abuses in the Spanish Colonial

PPT presentation

Journal

System

At the end of the lesson, students should be

Chapter 2. BIRTH OF FILIPINO

Lecture

   

Nationalism

Assignment

  • 8 hours

able to:

NATIONALISM

Critical thinking

  • 1. Define nationalism

 

2.1

Factors that Led to the

Discussion

Independent

Recitation

  • 2. Identify and explain factors that led to

Birth of Filipino

Video Clips /

work

the birth of Filipino Nationalism

Nationalism

Films

Critical thinking

Quizzes

  • 3. Compare and contrast reform and counter reform movements.

2.2

The Reform (i.e. Propaganda) and

PPT presentation

Honesty

Rubric assessment

Counter Reform

Journal

Movements

Prelim Exam

At the end of the lesson, students should be

Chapter 3. DEVELOPMENT OF

Lecture

 

Video exposure

Critical thinking

 
  • 8 hours

able to:

RIZAL’S NATIONALISM

via clips and

Independent

Recitation

  • 1. Describe the significance of

3.1

Birth, ancestry, and

Discussions

films.

work

family and home to Rizal’s

childhood.

Critical thinking

Written Quizzes

early achievements as it shaped his

3.2

Education

Multimedia

Honesty

aspirations and values.

3.3

Propagandist Rizal

presentation

Courage

Journals

  • 2. Evaluate Rizal’s education in relation to

3.4

Exile, trial, and

Development of

his becoming a reformist.

execution

Video clips

moral character

Rubric assessment

  • 3. Discuss and analyse the significance of

 

Vocational

Rizal’s exile, trial, and execution.

efficiency

   

TEACHING

MATERIALS USED

ENHANCEMENT

 

EVALUATION

NO. OF

EXPECTED OUTCOMES/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

LEARNING CONTENTS

STRATEGIES

ACTIVITY

VALUES DEVELOPED

METHOD

HOURS

At the end of this chapter the students should be able to:

Chapter 4 NATIONALISM IN THE NOVELS

Activity

 

Scrapbook or or albums/clipping

Critical thinking Independent

discipline

Assignment

6 hours

  • 1. Compare and contrast Noli Me Tangere

Noli Me Tangere

  • 4.1 Discussion

s that contains

work

Recitation

and El Filibusterismo and discuss the

  • 4.2 El Filibusterismo

collection of

Critical thinking

symbolism in the characters

  • 4.3 Symbolism in the

Lecture

novels, letters,

Honesty

Quizzes

  • 2. Justify the importance of the two novels.

characters of Noli Me Tangere and El

Role Play

and diaries of Rizal

Self control Patience

Rubric assessment

  • 3. Describe the implication of each novels

Filibusterismo

Film Showing

Self sacrifice

to the nations past and present conditions.

Personal

At the end of this chapter the students should

Chapter 5 IDEALISM IN POETRY

Lecture

 

List of Rizal’s

Critical thinking

Assignment

 

be able to:

  • 5.1 Sa Aking mga Kababata

Discussion

Works and

Independent

11 hours

  • 1. Identify values and developed idealism

  • 5.2 To The Filipino Youth

Writings

work

Quizzes

in poems authored by Rizal.

  • 5.3 They Ask Me for Verses

Multi image

Critical thinking

  • 2. Enumerate significance of each poem

  • 5.4 Song for Maria Clara

presentation

Pictures of

Honesty

Recitation

in Rizal’s life.

  • 5.5 Hymn to Labor

phrases of

Dignity of manual

  • 3. Describe the subject matter of each

  • 5.6 A remembrance for my

Reporting

Rizal’s Life,

labor

Rubric assessment

poem in relation to the society’s

Town

Writings, and

current situation.

  • 5.7 Intrinsic Alliance

  • 5.8 Through Education, the

Video clips

other works

Midterm Exam

Between Religion and Education

Motherland Receives Light

Scenes referred to his novels or poems

  • 5.9 My Last Farewell

At the end of this chapter the students should

Chapter 6 IDEOLOGY IN THE PROSE

Discussion

 

Biography/ies

Critical thinking

   

be able to:

  • 6.1 El Amor Patriot (Love of

Lecture

and other

Independent

Assignment

5 hours

  • 1. Identify the prose ideologies on each

Country)

Multi image

writings on

work

composition.

  • 6.2 Letters to the Women

presentation

Rizal

Critical thinking

Quizzes

  • 2. Express patriotism / love of country

of Malolos

Honesty

through poem composition.

  • 6.3 The Indolence of the

Video clips

Recitation

  • 3. Describe the hero’s desire to express

Filipinos

his amor patrio through his prose.

  • 6.4 The Philippines A

Rubric assessment

Century Hence

At the end of this chapter the students should

CHAPTER 7 RIZAL’S CONCEPT OF

Lecture

       

7 hours

be able to:

NATION BUILDING

Discussion

Critical thinking

Quizzes

   

TEACHING

MATERIALS USED

ENHANCEMENT

 

EVALUATION

NO. OF

EXPECTED OUTCOMES/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

LEARNING CONTENTS

STRATEGIES

ACTIVITY

VALUES DEVELOPED

METHOD

HOURS

  • 1. Analyze Rizal’s concept of nation

  • 7.1 Rizal and the

Library Work

   

Independent

   

building trough his relation to

Revolutionary Leaders

Multi image

work

Recitation

revolutionary leaders and the latter

  • 7.2 Rizal and the latter

presentation

Critical thinking

  • 2. Discuss Rizal’s cosmopolitan concepts

Filipino leaders

Video clips

Honesty

Rubric assessment

of nation building.

  • 7.3 Rizal’s Cosmopolitan

Love of country

  • 3. Describe and identify Rizal’s influence to the nation.

Concepts

Final Exam

IX. Grading System:

 
  • 1. Exams (Prelims, Midterms, Finals)

=

60%

  • 2. Quizzes

=

20%

  • 3. Class attendance, participation in activities and recitation

=

15%

  • 4. Assignments, projects, others

=

15%

 

100%

X.

References

Books

De Viana, Augusto V. et.al (2011). Jose Rizal (social reform and patriot) a study of his life and times. Rex Printing Company, Inc. Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City

Capino, Diosdado G. et.al (1977).Rizal’s life, works, and writings: their impact on our national identity. JMC Press, Inc. QC Avenue, QC Philippines Zaide G. & Zaide S. Jose Rizal life, works and writings of a genius, writer, scientist, and national hero (second edition). All Nations Publishing Co., Inc., Silangan Cubao, QC

XI. Course Requirement

:

  • 1. Students should attend the class regularly.

  • 2. Pass the prelim, midterm, and final examination.

  • 3. Participate in classroom discussions and activities.

  • 4. Pass all quizzes.

  • 5. Submit assignments and projects.

XII. Classroom Policies:

1)

Uniform and Dress Code

  • a) Students should be in proper uniform, wear school ID and appropriate shoes except during laboratory class.

  • b) PE uniforms should be worn only during PE class.

2)

Attendance, tardiness and absenteeism

  • a) Minimum of 80% attendance of the total contact hours in the subject is required (checking is done every meeting).

  • b) Tardiness of 15 minutes is equivalent to one hour period of absence.

  • c) A minimum of 3 consecutive absences without justifiable reasons requires a promissory note from the college guidance coordinator.

  • d) 6 consecutive absences in the class means “drop” in the subject.

  • e) Failure to take the preliminary exam preceded by absences means “drop” in the subject.

  • f) Failure to attend regular classes after taking the preliminary exam means a grade of 5.0 in the subject.

3)

Taking Examinations

  • a) Cheating and copying are strictly prohibited. When caught cheating during the quizzes and exams, deduction of points will be imposed during midterm of final exams, which means a grade of 5.0 in the subject.

  • b) Borrowing of calculators and other exam paraphernalia is not allowed during exams.

  • c) During midterm and final exams, only answer sheets, permits, calculators, pens, pencils and erasers are allowed on the desk; other things should be deposited on a place designated by the teacher.

  • d) Other policies will be imposed as deemed necessary and agreed upon between the students and the subject professor.

4)

Other Policies:

  • a) Cellphones should be shut-off during class hours.

  • b) Chairs should be arranged before leaving the classroom.

  • c) Vandalism is strictly prohibited and punishable.

  • d) No smoking within the school premises.

  • e) Students under the influence of liquor are not allowed inside the school compound.

  • f) Any form of deadly weapons should not be brought to school except cleaning/cutting tools during clean-up days and laboratory classes.

  • g) Unnecessary noise to the point of creating disturbances is prohibited.

  • h) Proper grooming should be observes i.e. short and undyed hair for males

  • i) Other policies will be strictly imposed as contained in the student handbook.

PREPARED BY:

ROSE ANN A. RAYO Instructor

CHECKED BY:

EDGARDO B. SARIO, Ph.D.

Chairman, Education Department

NOTED:

MANUEL B. CABUNGCAL, Jr., Ph.D.

ARA Coordinator