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HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY School of Engineering & Architecture

Architecture Program 4GENSOC

University Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives:

Mission Statement (VMG)

We, the academic community of Holy Angel University, declare ourselves to be a Catholic University. We dedicate ourselves to our core purpose, which is to provide accessible quality education that transforms students into persons of conscience, competence, and compassion. We commit ourselves to our vision of the University as a role-model catalyst for countryside development and one of the most influential, best managed Catholic universities in the Asia-Pacific region. We will be guided by our core values of Christ- centeredness, integrity, excellence, community, and societal responsibility. All these we shall do for the greater glory of God. LAUS DEO SEMPER!

College Vision, Goals and Objectives:

Vision

A center of excellence in engineering and architecture education imbued with Catholic mission and identity serving as a role- model catalyst for countryside development

Mission

The School shall provide accessible quality engineering and architecture education leading to highly competent professionals;

continually contribute to the advancement of knowledge and technology through research activities; and support countryside development through environmental preservation and community involvement.

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Goals

The School of Engineering and Architecture is known for its curricular programs and services, research undertakings, and community involvement that are geared to produce competitive graduates:

- who are equipped with high impact educational practices for global employability and technopreneurial opportunities;

- whose performance in national licensure examinations and certifications is consistently above national passing rates and that falls within the 75th to 90th percentile ranks; and,

- who qualify for international licensure examinations, certifications, and professional recognitions.

Objectives

In its pursuit for academic excellence and to become an authentic instrument for countryside development, the School of Engineering and Architecture aims to achieve the following objectives:

1. To provide students with fundamental knowledge and skills in the technical and social disciplines so that they may develop a sound perspective for competent engineering and architecture practice;

2. To inculcate in the students the values and discipline necessary in developing them into socially responsible and globally competitive professionals;

3. To instill in the students a sense of social commitment through involvement in meaningful community projects and services;

4. To promote the development of a sustainable environment and the improvement of the quality of life by designing technology solutions beneficial to a dynamic world;

5. To adopt a faculty development program that is responsive to the continuing development and engagement of faculty in research, technopreneurship, community service and professional development activities both in the local and international context;

6. To implement a facility development program that promotes a continuing acquisition of state of the art facilities that are at par with leading engineering and architecture schools in the Asia Pacific region; and,

7. To sustain a strong partnership and linkage with institutions, industries, and professional organizations in both national and international levels.

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Relationship of the Program Educational Objectives to the Mission of the School of Engineering & Architecture:

Architecture Program Educational Outcomes (PEOs):

Within a few years after

graduation, the graduates of the BS Architecture program should have:

Mission The School shall provide

accessible quality engineering and architecture education leading to highly competent professionals.

The School shall continually contribute to the advancement of knowledge and technology through research activities.

The School shall support

countryside development through environmental preservation and community involvement.

1. Demonstrated professional competencies in accordance with the scope of the global and local practice of architecture.

2. Shown a commitment to life- long learning and receptiveness to new ideas and knowledge through scientific research.

3. Shown success in their

chosen profession or career.

4. Directed and focused the thrust of architecture to the needs and demands of society and its integration into the social, economic, cultural and

environmental aspects of nation building.

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Relationship of the Architecture Program Outcomes to the Program Educational Objectives:

Architecture Engineering Program Outcomes (POs):

At the time of graduation, BS Architecture Engineering program graduates should be able to:

PEOs

1 2 3 4

(a) create architectural solutions by applying knowledge in history, theory, planning, building technology

and utilities, structural concepts and professional practice

(b) use concepts and principles from specialized fields and allied disciplines into various architectural

problems.

(c) interpret and apply relevant laws, codes, charters and standards of architecture and the built

environment.

(d) apply research methods to address architectural problems.

(e) use various information and communication technology (ICT) media for architectural solutions,

presentation, and techniques in design and construction.

(f) acquire entrepreneurial and business acumen relevant to architectural practice. (g) involve themselves in the management of the construction works and building administration and

preparation of contract documents, technical reports and other legal documents used in architectural practice adhering to applicable laws, standards and regulations.

(h) recognize the professional, social and ethical responsibilities and the service orientation of the

architectural profession

(i) effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino (j) perform effectively and efficiently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams in diverse fields of

practice.

(k) participate in the generation of new knowledge such as pioneering concepts and ideas of site and

building design beyond the regular physical and location boundaries and contexts.

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(l) engage in service-learning program for the promotion and preservation to local culture and tradition as

well as to community and pastoral initiatives.

(m) participate in various types of employment, development activities, and public discourses particularly

in response to the needs of the communities one serves.

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COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Title GENERAL SOCIOLOGY Course Code 4GENSOC

Course Credit LECTURE – 3 UNITS Year Level

Pre-requisite: NONE Course Calendar 1st SEMESTER

Course Description:

This introductory course invites the students to learn sociology by looking at his / her formation as a human being, growing up and living in society to understand the dynamics of social processes and social change. It equips the students with a broader understanding of culture and society; the application of concepts and theories on the fundamental and organizational functions of society and the application of methods and approaches of social investigation in explaining social realities. The understanding and analysis of current Philippine issues such as those pertaining to marriage, family planning, substance abuse, dreaded diseases and population dynamics and change are likewise stressed.

Course Outcomes (COs):

After completing this course, the students will be able to:

Relationship to the Student Outcomes:

a b c d e f g h i j k l m

1. Identify and define the basic concepts and theoretical concerns of Sociology;

2. Explain the major sociological theories in analyzing social issues and social problems in which affect human society;

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3. Evaluate social issues based on the

theoretical models in Sociology

4. Identify and articulate one’s role and contribution in upholding the values of social awareness and social responsibility;

5. Show concern and sensitivity to the needs of various sectors in the society;

6. Accept differences in one’s ethnicity, culture, education, social class or status;

7. Engage in basic sociological research in describing or understanding social phenomena

8. Write brief reflection papers for the experiential value gained in understanding the dynamics of social change and social realities.

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RUBRIC FOR ORAL PRESENTATION

Category Scoring Criteria

Total Points

Organization (15 points)

The type of presentation is appropriate for the topic and audience.

5

Information is presented in a logical sequence. 5

Presentation appropriately cites requisite number of references. 5

Content (45 points)

Introduction is attention-getting, lays out the problem well, and establishes a framework for the rest of the presentation.

5

Technical terms are well-defined in language appropriate for the target audience.

5

Presentation contains accurate information. 10

Material included is relevant to the overall message/purpose. 10

Appropriate amount of material is prepared, and points made reflect well their relative importance.

10

There is an obvious conclusion summarizing the presentation. 5

Speaker maintains good eye contact with the audience and is appropriately animated (e.g., gestures, moving around, etc.).

5

Speaker uses a clear, audible voice. 5

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Presentation (40 points)

Delivery is poised, controlled, and smooth. 5

Good language skills and pronunciation are used. 5

Visual aids are well prepared, informative, effective, and not distracting.

5

Length of presentation is within the assigned time limits. 5

Information was well communicated. 10

Score Total Points 100

RUBRIC FOR REFLECTION PAPER

Criteria Superior (54-60 points) Sufficient (48-53 points) Minimal (1-47 points) Unacceptable (0 points)

Depth of Reflection

(25% of TTL Points) ___/15

Response demonstrates an in- depth reflection on, and personalization of, the theories, concepts, and/or strategies presented in the course materials to date. Viewpoints and

interpretations are insightful and well supported. Clear, detailed examples are provided, as applicable.

Response demonstrates a general reflection on, and personalization of, the theories, concepts, and/or strategies presented in the course materials to date. Viewpoints and interpretations are supported.

Appropriate examples are provided, as applicable.

Response demonstrates a minimal reflection on, and personalization of, the theories, concepts, and/or strategies presented in the course materials to date. Viewpoints and interpretations are unsupported or supported with flawed arguments.

Examples, when applicable, are not provided or are irrelevant to the assignment.

Response demonstrates a lack of reflection on, or personalization of, the theories, concepts, and/or strategies presented in the course materials to date. Viewpoints and interpretations are missing, inappropriate, and/or unsupported.

Examples, when applicable, are not provided.

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Required Components

(25% of TTL Points) ___/15

Response includes all components and meets or exceeds all

requirements indicated in the instructions. Each question or part of the assignment is addressed thoroughly. All attachments and/or additional documents are included, as required.

Response includes all components and meets all requirements indicated in the instructions. Each question or part of the assignment is addressed.

All attachments and/or additional documents are included, as required.

Response is missing some components and/or does not fully meet the requirements indicated in the instructions. Some questions or parts of the assignment are not addressed.

Some attachments and additional documents, if required, are missing or unsuitable for the purpose of the assignment.

Response excludes essential components and/or does not address the requirements indicated in the instructions. Many parts of the assignment are addressed minimally, inadequately, and/or not at all.

Structure

(25% of TTL Points) ___/15

Writing is clear, concise, and well organized with excellent

sentence/paragraph construction.

Thoughts are expressed in a coherent and logical manner.

There are no more than three spelling, grammar, or syntax errors per page of writing.

Writing is mostly clear, concise, and well organized with good

sentence/paragraph construction.

Thoughts are expressed in a coherent and logical manner. There are no more than five spelling, grammar, or syntax errors per page of writing.

Writing is unclear and/or disorganized. Thoughts are not expressed in a logical manner.

There are more than five spelling, grammar, or syntax errors per page of writing.

Writing is unclear and disorganized.

Thoughts ramble and make little sense. There are numerous spelling, grammar, or syntax errors

throughout the response.

Evidence and Practice

(25% of TTL Points) ___/15

Response shows strong evidence of synthesis of ideas presented and insights gained throughout the entire course. The

implications of these insights for the respondent's overall teaching practice are thoroughly detailed, as applicable.

Response shows evidence of synthesis of ideas presented and insights gained throughout the entire course. The implications of these insights for the respondent's overall teaching practice are presented, as applicable.

Response shows little evidence of synthesis of ideas presented and insights gained throughout the entire course. Few implications of these insights for the respondent's overall teaching practice are presented, as applicable.

Response shows no evidence of synthesis of ideas presented and insights gained throughout the entire course. No implications for the respondent's overall teaching practice are presented, as applicable.

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COURSE ORGANIZATION

Week Hours Intended Learning

Outcomes (ILOs) Topic HAU Core

Value

Specific Expression of

Values

Teaching &

Learning Activities (Student Activities/

Outcomes)

Assessment Tools (Outcomes-

Based)

Resources

1 3 hrs Classroom Orientation Value the importance of a well-managed and organized

classroom

environment that is conducive to

learning

Define the meaning of

sociology as a field of specialization

Classroom

administration and management.

Overview and Definition of Sociology

Integrity

Excellence

Emphasis on interactive discussion of classroom rules and expectations

Instill the value of

understanding complex nature of humankind in relation to society.

Course expectations written on a ½ sheet of paper

Ice Breaker:

BINGO GAME or other ice breaker choice of the faculty

Course

syllabus seen and signed by student

Rael et al (2014).

INTRODUCTI

ON TO

SOCIOLOGY.

Mutya Publishing Company Giddens, A. and Sutton, Philip W.

2014).Essential concepts in sociology.

Cambridge:

Polity Press.

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2 3 hrs Trace the origin of sociology as a field of social science

Understand the main concern of sociology of personal trouble vs. public issue through the research of Durkheim about suicide

The Historical Development of Sociology

Suicide: Personal Trouble or Public Issue?

Excellence

Community

Christ-

Centredness

Impart the importance of the

contributions of each historical period in the development of Sociology as a field of social science;

Make students aware of the issue of suicide in society

Impress upon the students the value of life in the light of Catholic Social Teachings.

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Concept maps Reflection paper

Concept Mapping Exercise to illustrate the public/private, macro/micro concerns in sociology

Assignment:

Individual reflection paper on the practical benefits of sociological thinking

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Rubric for reflection paper

Brinkerhoff, D.

(2014).

Essentials of sociology.

Australia:Wads worth,

Cengage Learning.

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3 3 hrs Differentiate social science from natural science

Identify the

different research methods used by sociologists in their scientific investigation

Compare and contrast the

various theories in sociology

Sociology as a Social Science

Sociological Methods

Sociological Theories

Excellence Inculcate the value of

Sociology as a Social Science, and that of Sociological Research and Sociological Theories

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Jigsaw Method

Individual assignment:

Look for a news article posted online that makes use of the results or findings of a sociological research.

Student highlights/und erlines the study cited in the article.

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Brinkerhoff, D.

(2014).

Essentials of sociology.

Australia:Wads worth,

Cengage Learning.

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4 3 hrs Define culture and its nature

Recognize the importance of culture to human behavior and economy

Analyze the Filipino culture from a sociological point of view

Offer a critique on the Filipino cultural traits

Overview and Definition of Culture

Importance of Culture

The Filipino Culture: A Sociological Analysis

Excellence Teach the value of

understanding culture and its importance

Educate the students on the value of

appreciating Filipino culture.

Introduce the importance on understanding the complex nature of the Filipino cultural norms and behaviors.

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Think-Pair- Share :

“How do you know

someone is a Filipino?”

Interactive discussions on Culture, its importance and

Sociological analysis of Filipino culture

Individual assignment for week 4 &

5:

Reading an Artifact:

The Meaning of Things

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Rubric for reflection paper:

Kottak, CP (2012).

Anthropology:

Appreciating Human

Diversity.Unive rsity of

Michigan.

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5 3 hrs Identify the different

characteristics of culture

Distinguish the different types and components of culture

Classify the several types of norms

Analyze the theory of Geert

Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Characteristics of Culture

Types and components of culture

Types of Norms

Geert Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Excellence Acquaint the students on the components, dimensions and

characteristics of culture and of the types of norms.

Enlighten the students on how values in the workplace are influenced by culture.

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Think-Pair- Share:

“What cultural behavior of Filipinos do you consider adaptive and maladaptive?”

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Back, L.

(2012).Cultural sociology: an introduction.Uni tedKingdom:Wil ey - Blackwell.

Publishing.

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6 3 hrs Define social group

Discern the different

alternatives of an individual within the social group

Categorize the different attitudes of individual in the social group

Analyze the Filipino attitude within the social group

Compare and contrast the two types of social groups

Overview and Definition of Social Group

Alternative of the Individual within the Social Group

Attitudes in the Group

The Filipino Attitude:

Are We Ethnocentric or Xenocentric?

Two types of social group

Excellence

Community

Excellence

Introduce the value of unity in a social group.

Inculcate the value of practicing, listening, open communication , dialogue and respect for others.

Teach students the value of patronizing local products.

A 20-point quiz on the topic

News article analysis

Print Out of the Chosen Logo Brand and short reflective write-up

Sociological analysis of politics in the Philippines

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Rubric for reflection paper:

Sundberg, M.

(2015). A sociology of the total organization : atomistic unity in the french foreign legion.

England:

Ashgate Publishing.

Henslin, J.

(2015).Essenti als of

sociology : a down-to-earth approach

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7 3 hrs Define socialization

Trace the origin of human behavior

Overview and definition of Socialization

Genetic or Social Environment: “Nurture”

or “Nature”?

Excellence Impart the significance ofsocialization , its stages and agents, rites of passage and sociological analysis of socialization

Instill the importance of understanding human

behavior.

Essay paper on the sociological analysis of film

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Film Showing:

The KITE RUNNER” or other film of choice by the faculty

Individual assignment:

Analysis/

Reflection on the film, “THE KITE

RUNNER

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Rubric for reflection paper

Henslin, J.

(2015).Essenti als of

sociology : a down-to-earth approach

Hannigan, J.

(2014).

Environmental sociology.Lond on:Routledge.

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8 3 hrs Explain the stages of socialization

Articulate the different agents of socialization

Evaluate the rites of passages

Identify the different sociological theories of socialization

Stages of socialization

Agents of socialization

The rites of passages:

entry to the new stage

Sociological theories of Socialization

Excellence Impart to students the value of socialization and human interaction.

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Autobiographi cal essay

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

9 3 hrs Explain the concept of deviance and social control

Articulate the different theories on deviant

behavior

Critique the strengths and weaknesses of the left and right realism perspectives

Conformity, Social Control and Deviance Behavior

Theories on Deviant Behavior

Left Realism and Right Realism Perspectives in Crime and Deviance

Excellence Inculcate the value of social conformity over/against deviant behavior.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

News article analysis

The student must attain at least 50% of the total score of the test items/activity/as signment

Croteau, D.

(2013).

Experience sociology.Bost on:McGraw- Hill

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MIDTERM EXAMINATION

10 3 hrs Define social structure

Explain other concepts related to social structure

Classify two types of solidarity

Definition of Social Structure and its Components

Other Sociological Concepts related to Social Structure Types of solidarity

Excellence Acquaint the students on the significance of social

structures and its components and types.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

News article analysis

Rubric for reflection paper

11 3 hrs Analyze the various types of social process

Explain the

concept of social structure

Demonstrate an understanding of the Philippine

Social processes

The social structure of the Philippine society

Excellence Impart the value of learning the Philippine social processes and structure.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

News article sociological analysis

Rubric for reflection paper

Croteau, D.

(2013).

Experience sociology.Bost on:McGraw- Hill

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12 3 hrs Define social stratification

Recognize the different kinds of social stratification

Observe social stratification based on two sociological theories

Definition and nature of Social Stratification

Examples of social stratification

Theoretical Discussion on the Two Sociological Theories on Social Stratification

Excellence Enlighten the students on the

importance of social

stratification.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Rubric for reflection paper

Croteau, D.

(2013).

Experience sociology.Bost on:McGraw- Hill

13 3 hrs Identify the different institutional attitudes of

Filipinos according to social classes

Realize a global perspective on the problem of poverty

Social classes and institutional attitudes of Filipinos

Outcomes of Inequality:

A Global perspective

Excellence

Societal Responsibility

Impart to the students the value of differentiating FiIipino attitudes.

Instill the value of social justice

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Presentation of news article on poverty

Rubric for reflection paper

San Juan, W.

(2011).General sociology (with anthropology and family planning) : a

concept ual,

experiential and interactive approach.

MandaluyongCit y:BooksAtbp.

Publishing.

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14 3 hrs Define the meaning and functions of family as an institution

Identify the different kinds of family structure

Discern the importance of marriage as an institution

Observe the changes and trends in gender roles

Family Structures and Changes in Gender Roles

 Definition and functions of Family

 Varieties of the Family

 The Filipino family structure

 Is marriage still important?

 Changes in gender roles

 New gender orientation for children

Excellence

Community

Acquaint the students on value of family and marriage.

Instill the value of love for family.

Impart the value of one’s gender within the context of family.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Assessment and reflection on the

students’

families and perspectives on marriage

Rubric for reflection paper

San Juan, W.

(2011).General sociology (with anthropology and family planning) : a

concept ual,

experiential and interactive approach.

MandaluyongCit y:BooksAtbp.

Publishing.

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15 3 hrs Evaluate the impact of

population trends both at a macro and micro levels

Interpret the population trends in the affluent nations

Explain the population trends and issues in the Philippines

Discover the impact of responsible parenthood policies to the society

Population Trends

 Overview of the population trends

 Aging

population: a trend among affluent nations

 The Philippines:

aging population or

overpopulated?

 Family planning and responsible parenthood

Excellence

Community

Christ-

Centeredness

Enlighten students on the various population trends both in the Philippines and the world.

Educate students on the value of collaboratio n and solidarity.

Inspire students on the

importance of

responsible parenthood in the light of Catholic Social Teaching.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Rubric for reflection paper

San Juan, W.

(2011).General sociology (with anthropology and family planning) : a

concept ual,

experiential and interactive approach.

MandaluyongCit y:BooksAtbp.

Publishing.

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16-17 3 hrs Analyze the nature of globalization

the concepts of post-modernism and popular culture

Explain the effect of migration to the Filipinos

Appraise the impact of

intermarriages to the Philippine society

Analyze the impacts of social networking websites to the Filipinos

Appraise the impacts of the threats of terrorism to the Filipinos

The Impact of

Globalization to Social Life

 Nature of globalization

 Post-modern thoughts and the popular culture

 Diversity as a result of migration

phenomenon

 Intermarriages as a result of migration

 Rise of social networking websites

 Threats of terrorism

Excellence

Community Social

Responsibility

Impart the value of understandin g the nature of

globalization and its effects to the Philippine society.

Emphasize the value of collaboration and

communion among

Filipinos both local and abroad on the effects of intermarriage s, social networking and

terrorism.

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Compilation of newspaper and journal articles on globalization

Synthesis of the compiled works

Rubrics for Reflection paper

Croteau, D.

(2013).

Experience sociology.Bost on:McGraw- Hill

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18 6 hrs Assess the nature of various social issues prevalent in the society today

Trace the causes and effect of the various social issues

Suggest possible solutions and mitigating measures to address these issues

The Current Social Issues and New forms of Crimes

 Sexual violence

 Piracy issues

 Cyber-stalking

 Human

trafficking and transnational crimes

 Drugs and alcohol related crimes

 Poverty and Unemployment

 Illiteracy

 Health and Sanitation

Excellence Community Social

Responsibility

Impart the value of social analysis in understandi ng current social issues

Reflection / Reaction Paper

Assignments

A 20-point quiz on the topic

Group research paper on any of the social issues.

Oral

presentation of the

research findings

Rubrics for Reflection Paper

Rubrics for Oral Presentatio

Henslin, J.

(2015).Essenti als of

sociology : a down-to-earth approach.Bosto n:Pearson Education

FINAL EXAMINATION

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Course References:

A. Basic Readings

1. Rael et al (2014). INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY. Mutya Publishing Company B. Extended Readings (Books, Journals)

1. Allan, K. (2010). Explorations in classical sociological theory : seeing the social world. Los Angeles:Pine Forge Press.

2. Annual editions : sociology 09/10. (2010 ).NewYork:McGraw-Hill.

3. Back, L. (2012).Cultural sociology: an introduction.UnitedKingdom:Wiley - Blackwell.

4. Brinkerhoff, D. (2014). Essentials of sociology. Australia:Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

5. Coloma, T. (2012). Essentials of sociology and anthropology : an interactive study.Quezon City:C & E Publishing.

6. Croteau, D. (2013). Experience sociology.Boston:McGraw-Hill

7. Giddens, A. (2014). Essential concepts in sociology.Cambridge:Polity Press.

8. Hannigan, J. (2014). Environmental sociology.London:Routledge.

9. Henslin, J. (2015).Essentials of sociology : a down-to-earth approach.Boston:Pearson Education 10. Macionis, J. (2010).Cities and urban life.Boston:Pearson Education.

11. Paulsen, D. (2013). (2013). Crime and planning : building socially sustainable communities.Boca Raton: CRC Press.

12. San Juan, W. (2011).General sociology (with anthropology and family planning) : a conceptual, experiential and interactive approach. MandaluyongCity:BooksAtbp. Publishing.

13. Sundberg, M. (2015). A sociology of the total organization : atomistic unity in the french foreign legion. England:

Ashgate Publishing.

C. Web References

http://www.sociologyguide.com/ SOCIOLOGY GUIDE – A Students Guide in Sociology http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/sociology/resources/ Sociology Web Resources http://www.pcij.org. Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

http://www.getrealphilippines.com Get Real Philippines

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Course Requirements

Quizzes

Active participation in group and/or individual discussion/exercises/workshops Attendance in relevant seminars, fora and conferences

Submission of reflection/reaction papers Oral presentation

Major Examinations

Classroom Policies:

1. Attendance and Punctuality.

Regular attendance is expected of all students. The student must attend every class meeting on time and prepared.

2. Active class participation.

The student must participate actively in class recitations, discussions, and other activities as the case may be. He/She must be responsible for his/her own learning and performance in class. Please refer also to Expectations from Students below.

3. Group work requirements.

The student is expected harmoniously collaborate other students and/or groupmates through group presentations, study groups or peer discussions and contribute significantly to the preparation of their group work.

4. Peer group evaluation.

Members of the team would evaluate/assess the work of each team member by providing honest feedback.

Expectations from students:

It is the student’s responsibility to attend every class meeting prepared and on time. The student should participate actively in discussions, recitations, small-group work and presentations. He/She is expected to complete and submit assignments and take all examinations at a designated time. It is his/her responsibility to ask the faculty concerned for an exam he/she failed to take. A student who fails to take a major written exam should present a valid excuse slip (noted by the Department Chairperson) prepared by the student’s parent/ guardian.

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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:

All students are expected to be academically honest and persons of integrity. They should embody the scholastic attitude adhering to the holistic development of their character through the following:

1. To be truthful at all times in all academic dealings and transactions with teachers and co-learners;

2. To observe proper decorum in learning engagement inside and outside the classroom and the university;

3. To be respectful and sensitive to the needs of others at all times;

4. To be considerate in the use of common resources;

5. To practice punctuality in coming to class and in submitting requirements;

6. To be judicious in their preparations for major examinations and all academic requirements;

7. To create outputs of original contents in respect to ethical standards.

Acts contrary to academic integrity will be subjected to sanctions in accordance with existing rules and policies stipulated in the College Student Handbook.

POLICY on ABSENCES:

The maximum numbers of absences allowed for students, based on the College Student Handbook is as follows: for subjects held once a week is 3; subjects held twice a week is 7; for subjects held 3x a week is 10; subjects held 4x a week is 14;

and for subjects held 5x a week is 18. Request for excused absences or waiver of absences must be presented upon reporting back to class. Special examinations will be allowed only in special cases, such as prolonged illness. It is the responsibility of the student to monitor his/her own tardy incidents and absences that might be accumulated leading to a grade of “FA.” It is also his/her responsibility to consult with the teacher, chair or dean should the case be of special nature.

Grading System:

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Class Standing. : Quizzes, Written Works (70%) Major Exams : (30%)

Passing Grade (50%)

CAMPUS++ COLLEGE ONLINE GRADING SYSTEM Legend: (All Items in Percent)

CSA Class Standing Average for All Performance Items (Cumulative) M Midterm Examination Score

F Final Examination Score MEA Major Exam Average

MCA Midterm Computed Average FCA Final Computed Average

Note: For purposes of illustration, the sharing between CSA and MEA is shown below as 70% and 30%, respectively, when computing the Computed Average for each Grading Period. Depending on the grading parameters set for a subject the sharing may be 65%-35%, 60%-40%, or other possible combinations.

Computation of Midterm Computed Average (MCA) CSA =

Note: A student's Computed Average is a consolidation of Class Standing Percent Average and Major Exam Percent Average.

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Computerized Grading System ( College Level) of the University. The computation is as follows:

Midterms = CSx2 +ME Finals = CSx2+FE MG+FG = FCG

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