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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DAVAO ORIENTAL STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


SAN ISIDRO CAMPUS
Malacabac, Bato-bato, San Isidro, Davao Oriental

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Course Syllabus

VISION

A university of excellence, innovation and inclusion.

MISSION

1. To elevate knowledge generation, utilization and distribution.


2. To promote sustainable development through Research-based quality education, technical-vocational skills, responsive to
the needs of the local and global community
3. To produce holistic, creative, and inclusive human resource who are responsive and resilient to global challenges while
maintain a strong sense of nationhood.

Education Department Goal and Relationship to DOSCST Mission

Education Department Goal MISSION


1 2 3

1. To provide access to education in this part of the province

2. To provide social benefits to the municipality and the adjoining municipalities will derive
from the establishment with the extension campus in terms of educational, social, and
economic development.

Education Department Outcomes and Relationship to Education Education Department Goal

Education Department Outcomes Goal

The Education Department is commissioned to have its graduate outcomes. 1 2


The graduates are:
a. Holistically developed as evident in their being cultured and value-
laden persons and professional teachers
b. Endowed with teaching competencies which are relevant to the needs
of the local and global markets
c. Empowered with scientific, academic and technical skills which make
them excellent in communication, pedagogy, research, extensions
and innovations.

DOSCST-San Isidro Campus Bachelor of Elementary Education and Relationships to DOSCST Mission

Program Educational Objectives (PEO) MISSION


1 2 3
The DOSCST-San Isidro Campus Bachelor of Elementary Education will be able to:
1. Prepare and produce top calibre graduates who are sensible and responsive to the
needs of Philippine society and who can provide leadership and effective service to San
Isidro Community and to the nation as a whole.
2. Produce graduates that will demonstrate the disposition for life-long learning and
continuous professional development.
3. Expose students to research activities through special projects and program
requirements.
4. Train students to be proactive and excel in academics through various school based,
local and international academic competition.

Student Outcomes and Relationships to Program Educational Objectives

Student Outcomes PEO


Upon Completion of the program, the DOSCST Bachelor of Elementary Education students will
demonstrate the following: 1 2 3 4


A Application of Principles of teaching in related areas.


B Expertise in relevant teaching strategies.


C Competence in teaching content in areas of General Education and education research.


D Excellence in personal and professional values
Course Information

1. Course Number :NatSci 6

2. Course Name : Astronomy

3. Course Description : Astronomy is the study of heavens, the realm extending from beyond the earths atmosphere to the distant

reaches of the universal science of the universe in which heavenly bodies and their constitutions, positions, motions, and evolutions are

being studied. The emphasis on evolution and characteristics of the major planets, moon and other objects in the solar system.

4. Pre-requisite : NatSci 3

5. Co-requisite :None

6. Credit :3 units lecture

7. Class/Lab Schedule :3hrs per week

8. Course Outcomes :

CO1 Familiarize and internalize the national and regional goals for development; the DOSCST mission and vision; the goals of
the department and the objectives of its program.
CO2 Define what is astronomy
CO3 Identify the major and minor parts of astronomy
CO4 Discuss the various aspects of astronomical discoveries
CO5 Internalize the value of learning astronomy
CO6 Be guided with the person behind the discovery of astronomy
CO7 Gain concrete knowledge through book reading, browsing the web and reporting sessions; and
CO8 Develop genuine appreciation in astronomy
9. Alignment of Course Outcome to Student Outcomes

Student Level Course Outcomes Satisfied CO Proficiency Assessed through


Outcomes
A I CO1,CO2,CO3,CO4,CO5,CO6,CO7,CO8 quizzes, assignment, exam, project
B I ,CO7,CO8 Reflective writing, quizzes, exam, project
C I CO1,CO2,CO3,CO4,CO5,CO6,CO7,CO8 Reflective writing, quizzes, exam
D I C05,C08 Reflective writing, project

10. Course Coverage

TIME FRAME Learning TOPICS Satisfied TEACHING and STUDENTS


Competencies CO LEARNING ASSESSMENT
ACTIVITIES
COURSE ORIENTATION

WEEK 1 1. Familiarize and CO1 Reflective writing


Direct Instruction
internalize the DOSCST mission and vision
DOSCST Goals of the department
mission and Objectives of the program
vision; the goals Course syllabus
of the Grading system
department and House/course rules
the objectives of
its program.
A Survey of the Sky
2. Discuss facts Determine the motion of the sun Direct Instruction
CO2 Brainstorming quizzes, assignment
about the sky and stars CO3 Reporting
C04 Reinforcement
Identify the stars and
constellations
Discuss the magnitude scale of
stars
Describe the Milky Way
Discuss the Celestial Sphere
Identify the motions of the
wandering stars
Discuss and identify the motions
of the moon

3. Discuss the Early Astronomy Direct Instruction


CO5 Brainstorming quizzes, assignment
history of early Appreciate the discussion of
CO8 Reporting
astronomy ancient astronomy CO7 Reinforcement
Discuss the astronomy of the
Ancient Greeks
Discuss the Ptolemaic Model of
the Universe

4. Discuss the Copernican Revolution and


CO6 Direct Instruction quizzes, assignment
Copernican the Birth of Newtonian Brainstorming
Reporting
revolution and Physics Reinforcement
the Birth of
Newtonian Discuss the Copernican model
Physics of universe
Differentiate Copernican and
Ptolemaic model
Analyse Tycho Brahes model
Identify Kepler and the Laws of
Planetary Motion
Discuss Galileos work:
Telescope.
Discuss the Newtons Three
Laws of motion, Universal
Gravitation and acceleration
due to gravity

5. Discuss Light Light and Telescope Direct Instruction


CO4 Brainstorming quizzes, assignment
and Telescope
Reporting Exam
Discuss the nature and Reinforcement
properties of light
Identify the electromagnetic
spectrum
Discuss the inverse-square law
of light propagation
Differentiate refracting from
reflecting telescope

PRELIMINARY EXAM

The Solar System


quizzes, assignment
6. Discuss the Discuss the difference between Direct Instruction
CO4 Brainstorming
components of revolution and rotation of the
CO7
solar system planets
Identify the two types of planets
Familiarize the space debris
Discuss the atom and the age of
solar system
Determine the early heliocentric
theories on the formation of the
solar system
Discuss how Sun was formed

7. Discuss facts Familiarize the components,


Direct Instruction
about the characteristics of planets
CO4 Brainstorming quizzes, assignment
planets and (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, CO7
moon Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
Neptune and Pluto) and their
moons.

8. Discuss the Distinguish the Space debris:


Direct Instruction quizzes, assignment
space debris Asteroids, Comets, and Brainstorming
CO4 Exam
thoroughly. Meteoroids.
CO7

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

9. Discuss Discuss the origin of starlight


CO3 Direct Instruction
Starlight and Discourse the excitation of
CO7 Brainstorming quizzes, assignment
stellar spectra atoms
Familiarize the spectrum
Discuss the hydrogen spectrum
Determine the use of balmer
thermometer
Discuss the spectral
classification
Identify the significance of radial
velocity
Identify and discuss the
composition of celestial body
Discuss the connection of radial
velocity to Doppler Effect.

10. Discuss the sun Familiarize the data about the


CO3 Direct Instruction quizzes, assignment
thoroughly sun CO7 Brainstorming

Identify the structure of the sun


and other stars

Discuss nuclear fusion

Discuss the suns mode of


energy transport,
helioseismology and the solar
atmosphere.

11. Discuss the Discuss the structure of the CO3 Direct Instruction quizzes, assignment
area of universe CO7 Brainstorming
Cosmology Explain the cosmological
principle and expansion of the
universe
Discuss Einsteins theory of Exam
relativity Project
Discuss the Big Bang Theory,
Steady State Theory, primordial
background radiation and Grand
unified theories and the
inflationary universe theory.

FINAL EXAMINATION

1. Textbook

Assessment Methods Weights


Examination 40%
Quizzes/demonstration 40%
Assignments/projects 15%
Attendance 5%
Total 100%

12. Policies and Guidelines


a. Class Attendance will be checked daily
b. Any form of Cheating is strictly not allowed
c. No using of Cellular phones while in class
d. Examination permits are necessary in taking examinations

Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

ELVEN R. BUGWAK CHRISTINE T. ESPAOLA Dr. ROMEO J. REDULLA

Instructor SIC Coordinator Director for Instruction