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MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION Document Title: Course Syllabus HM


An Autonomous University 101 Logic
LUCENA CITY Page No: 1 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

UNIVERSITY VISION

Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation shall be a globally competitive university.

UNIVERSITY MISSION

Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation is a private non-sectarian educational foundation


with a three-fold function instruction, research and community service offering responsive
and alternative programs supportive of national development goals and standards of global
excellence.

GOAL

Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation shall produce graduates who have research-based
knowledge, leadership and managerial skills and professionalism

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES VISION

The College of Arts and Sciences shallbe aglobally competitive liberal arts and sciences
institution.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MISSION

The MSEUF College of Arts and Sciences shall produce competent professionals adequately
prepared in the practice of their profession supportive of national development goals and
standards of global excellence.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES MISSION


Instructio Researc Communi
n h ty
Service
1. Graduates shall have lifelong learning skills to facilitate

changes in themselves and in their society.

2. Graduates shall have effective communication and


teamwork skills, creativity and critical thinking.

3. Graduates shall have skills and capacities to apply

theories in various disciplines in accordance with high
standards of ethics.
4. Graduates shall become successful professionals serving
local and international communities.

COURSE SYLLABUS

1. Course Code: HM 101


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MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION Document Title: Course Syllabus HM
An Autonomous University 101 Logic
LUCENA CITY Page No: 2 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

2. Course Title: Logic

3. Prerequisite: None

4. Corequisite: None

5. Credit/Class Schedule: 3 units/3 hours a week

6. Course Description: This course focuses on exposing


the students to formal and informal types of reasoning,
deduction, induction, fallacies and rules of inferences to help
them do logical calisthenics. It also aims to foster independent
and critical thinking among young students.

7. Student Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives:

Student Outcomes Program


Educational
Objectives
1 2 3 4
a. Critical, analytical, and creative thinking

b. Capacity to reflect critically on shared concerns and think of


innovative, creative solutions guided by ethical standards
c. Ability to reflect on moral norms/imperatives as they affect
individuals and society
d. Problem solving (including real-world problems)

8. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes:

Course Outcomes a b c d
After completing the course, the student must be able to:
1. acquire philosophical insight into his nature as man and R R R R
appreciation for and his role in the society he lives in:
2. recognize and appreciate the beauty of man, his dignity and his R D R R
responsibility to live in conformity with his rational nature;
3. recognize and appreciate philosophy through logic; and I I I I
4. apply the values of truth, love for honest labor, justice and faith D D D D
in the Divine Being in his dealings with others.
Level: I Introduced R Reinforced D Demonstrated

9. Course Coverage:

Week Course Topics Teaching and Assessment


Outcomes Learning Tools
Activities
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MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION Document Title: Course Syllabus HM
An Autonomous University 101 Logic
LUCENA CITY Page No: 3 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

1 Discussion and Discussion/Open Q and A


Presentation of the forum Recitation
Syllabus and Course
Requirements and
Course Introduction
2-5 CO1: Acquire The concept and the Lecture- Recitation
philosophical term Discussion
insight into his Quizzes
nature as man Classification of terms Powerpoint
and appreciation Presentation Preliminary
for and his role in Definition of terms examination
Debate
the society he
lives in Kinds of definition

CO2: Recognize Rules in good definition


and appreciate
the beauty of Nature of logic
man, his dignity
and his Universals extension
responsibility to
live in conformity
with his rational
nature
6-9 CO1: Acquire Judgment and Lecture- Assignment
philosophical proposition discussion
insight into his Quizzes
nature as man Categorical proposition Research paper
and appreciation Seatwork
for and his role in Nature Powerpoint
presentation Recitation
the society he
lives in Elements
Midterm exam

CO2: Recognize Properties


and appreciate
the beauty of Hypothetical
man, his dignity proposition
and his -Conditional
responsibility to -Disjunctive
live in conformity -Conjunctive
with his rational
nature Reasoning and
syllogism
-Immediate
-mediate
10- CO3: Recognize Categorical syllogism Lecture- Oral and written
13 and appreciate and its law discussion exercises
philosophy
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Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

through logic Terms Powerpoint Quizzes


presentation
CO4: Apply the Standard form Recitation
values of truth, Games
love for honest Symbols Semifinal
labor, justice and Debate examination
faith in the Rules of the categorical
Divine Being in syllogism
his dealings with
others Rules on terms

Rules on proposition

Venn diagram to
validate categorical
syllogism
14- CO3: Recognize Other forms of Lecture- Recitation
17 and appreciate categorical syllogism discussion
Quizzes
philosophy
through logic Enthymeme Powerpoint Oral and written
presentation exercises
CO4: Apply the Epichreme Final
values of truth, Research paper examination
love for honest Sorites
labor, justice and
faith in the Hypothetical syllogism
Divine Being in -Conditional
his dealings with -Disjunctive
others -Conjunctive

Fallacies
Fallacies of ambiguity

Fallacies of relevance
18 Resit / Re-exam and
Submission of
Portfolio

10.Reference Materials:
A. Books
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MANUEL S. ENVERGA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION Document Title: Course Syllabus HM
An Autonomous University 101 Logic
LUCENA CITY Page No: 5 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

Abelos, A. V. (2007). Logic and critical thinking: A text workbook. Manila: Educational
Publishing House.
Ardales, V. B. (2008). Logic: Towards critical thinking and reasoning (3rd ed.). Manila:
Educational Publishing House.
Babor, E. R. (2001). Logic: The philosophical discipline of correct thinking. San Juan, Manila:
C&E Publishing.
Bachhuber, A. (1957). Introduction to logic. New York: Appleton-Century Crofts.
Bauzon, P. T. (2002). Logic for Filipinos. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store.
Budgen, R. V. (2010). Critical thinking for students: learn the skills of analyzing, evaluating
and producing arguments. Oxford: How to Books Ltd.
Joven, J. (2011). Teaching and learning logic: critical thinking. Manila: Rex Book Store.
Nabor, M. I. P. (2007). Logic with ethics and values education. Quezon City: Katha Publishing.
Pion, M. T. (1973). Fundamental logic. Manila: University of Santo Tomas.
Nery, M. I. P. N. (2007). Fundamentals of logic. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store.
Umali, P. S. (2007). Logic. The art of living with reason. Manila: Mindshapers.

B. Electronic Sources
Logic. (2006). Retrieved from http://www.philosophy pages.com/lg/e01.htm
Aristotles logic. (2007). Retrieved from http://www.plato.stanford.edu/entries/aristotle-logic/
Module: Basic logic. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.philosophy.hku.hk/think/logic/whatislogic.php
Logic. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.philosophyclass.com/logic.htm

11.Textbooks:

Evangelista, F. J. (2007). Critical thinking. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store.


Nery, M. I. (2007). Fundamentals of logic. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store.

12.Course Evaluation:
Student performance will be rated based on the following:

Assessment Tasks Weight Minimum Average


for Satisfactory
Performance
CO1 Class Requirements (Writing Portfolio, 40% 30%
CO2 Quizzes, Participation, etc.)
Preliminary Examination 30% 22.5%
Midterm Examination 30% 22.5%
100% 75%
Previous (Midterm) Grade = 100% x 40%

CO3 Class Requirements (Writing Portfolio, 40% 30%


CO4 Quizzes, Participation, etc.)
Semifinal Examination 30% 22.5%
Final Examination 30% 22.5%
75%
100%
Present (Final) Grade = 100% x 60%
40% Previous Grade + 60% Present Grade = Final Grade

The following table will be used in giving the final grades:


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LUCENA CITY Page No: 6 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

Percentage 74 75-77 78 - 81-83 84-86 87-88 89-91 92-94 95-97 98-


Equivalent and 80 100
belo
w
Final Grade 5.00 3.00 2.75 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00

Rubrics will be used for other types of assessment such as oral presentation, simulation,
etc.

1 2 3 4 5
BEGINNING APPRAISING
(Minimal and DEVELOPING PROFICIENCY PROFICIENT ADVANCE
Limited Evidence (Some evidence of (Adequate (Commendable (Exceptional
of Achievement) Achievement) Evidence of Achievement) Achievement)
Achievement)
75 - 77 78 - 81 - 83 84 - 87 - 88 89 - 92 - 95 - 98
80 86 91 94 97 100

Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds for a failing grade are:
1. Failing academic standing and failure to take the final examination
2. Grave misconduct other than cheating
3. Excessive absences (in excess of 20% of the total class hours)

13.Course Policies:
a. Attendance
Attendance shall be monitored in accordance with CHED policy and the provisions of
the Student Handbook.

b. Submission of Assessment Tasks


Late submission of learning activities/writing portfolio is not allowed.

c. Written Examination
There will be four major examinations Preliminary. Mid-Term, Semi-Final, and Final
Examinations covering the intended COs. The final examination is the summative
assessment of the three COs and will have to demonstrate understanding of the
course. Test booklet will be used as answer sheet in all written examinations.

d. Re-sit/Re-examination
After the Instructor/Professor has computed the final grade of the student and the
latter obtains a failing grade (70-74%), the student has one chance for a resit/re-
examination on the schedule set by the earlier. Failure to take the re-sit/re-
examination on the announced schedule forfeits the students chance to pass the
course.

e. Issuance of Mid-Term Grade


The mid-term grade is issued to students so that formal consultation where students
are apprised of their class standing can be done to afford them the opportunity to
make up and to cope with the rigors of the course.

f. Course Portfolio
Selected assessment outputs are to be compiled and collected before the end of the
semester. The selection is based on statistical data gathering (lowest, median, and
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An Autonomous University 101 Logic
LUCENA CITY Page No: 7 of 7
Revision No.: 1
Effectivity Date: October 2014
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Date Revised: 5 June 2015
Prepared by:
Edjieson B. Hachaso
Instructor I
COURSE SYLLABUS Reviewed by:
Remedios S. Salazar, MAEd
Department Chair
Approved by:
Claudia Odette J. Ayala, PhD
Dean

highest). Learning tasks and examinations with marks lowest, median and highest
must be photocopied and returned to the Professor for course portfolio keeping.

g. Language of Instruction
Lectures, discussions and documentation will be in English. Written and spoken work
may receive a lower mark, if the student is deficient in English.

h. Classroom Discipline
Students are not allowed to use electronic gadgets such as cell phones, I-pads and
head/ear sets/pads inside the classroom to avoid disruption of the lesson.

i. Honor, Dress and Grooming Codes


Students must observe the University Dress and Grooming Code as provided in the
Student Decorum of the Collegiate Student Handbook.

For this course, the Honor Code is that there will be no plagiarizing on written work
and no cheating on examinations. Proper citation must be given to authors whose
works were used in the preparation of any material for this course. If a student is
caught cheating on an examination, they will be given zero mark for the
examination. If a student is caught cheating twice, they will be referred to the
Prefect of Discipline and be given a failing grade.

j. Consultation Schedule
Consultation schedules are announced by the Instructor/Professor at the beginning
of the semester. For this course, students may consult with the Instructor/Professor
during the schedule posted at the CAS Consultation Room, AEC Bldg. It is
recommended that the student set an appointment first to confirm the Professors
availability.

14.Couse Materials Made Available


Syllabus
Modules/Lecture Notes/e-Files
Guidelines, Grading Criteria

15.Revision History

No. Date Revisions


0 October 2014 Initial use of the new OBE syllabus
1 June 5, 2015 Updated the references and format