English Education Course Description
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in English
Hum. 2 Fundamentals of Music
Fundamentals of music for high school teachers provide practical
experience in ensemble performance, and familiarity with choral
materials for students at the secondary levels.
Soc. Sci 1 Politics and Governance with Philippine
It is a course that acquaints students to fundamental concepts,
principle, and ways of thinking in political science by focusing on
the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. Emphasis is on a
careful study of the structures, powers, and functions of the
Philippine government as mandated by the constitution.
Soc. Sci 2 Society and Culture (Phil. Planning)
It deals with the study of manís political, social and economic
life and his environment / culture with emphasis on the formation of
manís heritage and culture. It also includes the study of society
and the underlying principles, governing political, social and
economic phenomena resulting there from.
Psych 1 General Psychology
It provides the study of the fundamental concepts and principles
of human behavior, perception, learning, intelligence, emotion,
motivation, personality, and adjustment. Social and abnormal
behavior are also discussed.
Eco. 1 Basic Economics (With Taxation and Land
The course includes the basic concepts of macroeconomics;
especially in the context of Philippine economic development
including basic concepts of supply and demand, price, theory of
money, and export Ė import accounts. GNP and other measures, trade,
fiscal and monetary policies, and banking system. Separate
discussion is devoted to the study of the comprehensive Agrarian
Reform Program of RA 6657, Cooperatives and Taxation.
Socio Introduction to Sociology
It is a study of the basic principles and concepts of sociology;
a scientific study of society, primary social process, and
Philo 1 Philosophy of Man
An inquiry into man as a person and his existence in the world
with emphasis on his culture and society is the basic aspect of this
Philo 2 Logic
This course deals with the fundamental concepts, patterns,
methods, and principles of correct reasoning or inferential
thinking. It also includes exposition of the natural properties and
importance of apprehension, judgment and reasoning their products
and their interrelation.
Phil. Hist. Philippines History and Government
It is an introductory course on the history of the Filipino
people. It is designed to give the student basic knowledge about
his country and culture. The course combines the chronological and
topical approach. Thus, the major historic periods are treated in
sequential order. However, within each major historic period, the
discussion will proceed according to topics.
Life and Works of Rizal
A course on Rizal is designed to familiarize the student about
Rizalís role in the development of the Philippines in political,
social, economic, and educational aspects. It includes the heroís
youth and parentage, his schooling here and abroad, his travels and
their implications to Philippine progress. Important episodes in
his life are emphasized for their educational and nationalistic
values, respectively. An intensive reading and interpretation of
the original edition of the NOLI ME TANGERE and EL FILIBUSTERISMO
are undertaken together with Rizalís annotation of Morgaís Sucesos
de las Isla Filipinas, The Philippines - A Century Hence, The
Indolence of the Filipinos and My Last Farewell.
Basic Computer Application
The study of the world of computers, their hard-wares and
soft-wares, basic and advanced functions, and the importance they
deliver to modern living and health practices. This introductory
course acquaints the student with the automation that occurs at the
point of care for successful health care delivery.
1 Physical Fitness and Gymnastic
This course enables the student to discover his weaknesses
through diagnostic physical fitness testing after which appropriate
conditioning exercises are given. A follow-up study of gymnastics is
also introduced, such as the basic fundamental positions, free hand
exercises, routines with use of light and heavy apparatus and simple
skills in tumbling and stunt performances for self-testing activity.
2 Rhythmic Activity/Aquatic
This course introduces the students to the rudiments of
swimming. It includes proper breathing procedures, coupled with the
different strokes i.e., breast stroke, butterfly and the free
stroke. This physical activity prepares the student for self-
satisfaction and special skill in cases of emergency.
3 Individual / Dual Sports
This course is designed to study individual and dual sports. It
includes intensive training in the fundamentals and basic skills
needed for individual and dual sports. It also deals with the study
of the rules, procedures, and on how to officiate the sports.