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NSTP Reviewer Classes of Rights Types of Suffrage

 Natural Rights- rights given by God.  Plebiscite-question is put to popular vote for approval or
Chapter 1 (right to life, liberty, property and to love) rejection.
 Statutory Rights- promulgated by law-making body. (right to  Elections- expression of choice
 National Service Training Program (NSTP)- mandated program; adopt; to minimum wage)  Initiatives- proposes or passes needed laws or programs
started in 2002  Constitutional Rights- conferred and protected by the  Referendum- law is put to popular vote for approval or
 RA 9163 (NSTP Act of 2001)- conceptualized by Ester A. Garcia constitution. rejection.
; to enhance civic consciousness and defense preparedness in Classification of Constitutional Rights  Recall- process of removing an incumbent officer
the youth.  Political Rights- power to participate in the
Program Components of NSTP administration of the government (rights of Three Instruments that Embody the Right to Vote
 Reserved Officers’ Training Program (ROTC)- military training suffrage, to information) 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
for national defense preparedness.  Civil Rights- rights for individual’s enjoyment of 2. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
 Literacy Training Service (LTS)- train students to teach literacy means of happiness. (freedom of speech, religious, 3. The 1987 Philippine Constitution
and numerical skills to children. etc.)
 Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)- designs activities that  Social and Economic Rights- ensure the well-being Kinds Of Elections
contribute to general welfare and betterment for community. and economic security. (promotion of education,  General Election- elections held simultaneously
 Program Component- service components of NSTP science & art)  National Election- election for national officials
 Clustering- grouping of students  Rights of the Accused- protection of a person  Local Election- election for offices in municipalities
 Cross-Enrollment- system of enrollment accused of any crime.  Special Election- barangay & SK election.
 Non-Government Organizations (NGO)- any private  Due process of law- fair reasonable methods of procedure Election Process
organization. prescribed by law.  Registration
 Student Cadet- student enrolled in ROTC.  Election Day
 RA 7077 (Citizen Armed Forces of the Philippines Reservists Aspects of Due Process of Law  Canvassing and Proclamation
Act)- organize, train, develop and maintain support unit to the 1. Procedural Due Process- method or manner by which law is  Registration- filing of a sworn application
AFP. enforced.  Dynasty- line of hereditary rulers
PHILIPPINE PREAMBLE 2. Substantive Due Process- the law itself is fair, reasonable and
We, the sovereign Filipino people, imploring the aid of Almighty just. Qualities that we should look for:
God, in order to build a just and humane society and establish a Procedural Due Process  R- ighteous Governance
Government that shall embody our ideals and aspirations,  Judicial Proceedings  I- ntegrity
promote the common good, conserve and develop our  Administrative Proceedings  G- iftedness
patrimony, and secure to ourselves and our posterity the The Flag Code  H- eart
blessings of independence and democracy under the rule of law  RA 8491 ( Flag and Heraldic Code)- prescribing the code of the  T- rack Record
and a regime of truth, justice, freedom, love, equality, and national flag, anthem and motto.  Values- conscious list of priorities
peace, do ordain and promulgate this Constitution.  Military- branches of AFP, PNP, BJMP & BFP.  Value System- all values taken together
 Philippine Preamble- serves as an introduction to 1987  Festoon- hang in a curved shape  Corporate Culture- system of values in a organization
Philippine constitution.  Flag- Philippine National Flag  Personalism- study of a man as a person
 MAKA-DIYOS, MAKA-TAO, MAKAKALIKASAN AT  Fly- part of the flag outside the hoist  Personhood (pagkatao)- unique individual personhood
MAKABANSA- National motto.  Symbol- conventional sign.
 Half-Mast- lowering the flag one-half. -LOVE OF GOD, OF ONESELF, OF NEIGHBOR, AND OF COUNTRY
Chapter 2  Hoist- flag nearest the staff.
 Inclement Weather- typhoon signal is raised.  Good Filipino Citizen- active and intelligent member of the
 Governance- process of decision-making  National Anthem- Philippine Anthem. community
 Good Governance- how public institutions conduct public  Official Residences- where the president resides.
affairs and manage public resource.  Places of Frivolty- places of hilarity Core and Related Values
Two components to qualify Governance:  Institute- National Historical Institute. 1. Physical- (health)
 Capacity of the State *The flag shall be in Half-Mast as a sign of mourning on the 2. Intellectual- (truth)
 Bureaucracy’s Autonomy official death of; the president, VP, Chief Justice, Senate Pres., 3. Moral- (love)
Promote relationship between Government and: Speaker. 4. Spiritual- (faith)
 Empowered Citizens  Lupang Hinirang- national anthem. 5. Social, Family, Society- (social responsibility)
 Neighborhood Councils  Electoral System- constitutional arrangements and voting 6. Economic- (economic efficiency)
 Community Councils system 7. Political- (nationalism)
 Bill of Rights- declaration and enumeration of a person’s right  Suffrage- right to cast a vote in election.
and privileges.
Chapter 3  RA 6425 (Dangerous Drugs Act of 1972) c. Emergency Response Awareness (what to do after the
 RA 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002) disaster)
 Drug Addiction- overwhelming desire to take drug.
Signs and Symptoms of Drug Use Chapter 4 Chapter 5
1. Sudden change in behavior
2. Mood swings Five Reasons of Disasters and Calamities  Climate Change-extreme weather conditions are manifested by
3. Withdrawal from family members the rising temperature and fading coldness. (El Nino, La Nina)
4. Careless of personal grooming 1. Rapid population growth  Deforestation- destruction of forests through unsustainable
5. Loss in interest in hobbies and sports 2. Concentration of populations in High-risk areas forestry practices without planting for new growth. (Mining is
6. Change is sleeping pattern 3. Capital Development another cause)
7. Red and glassy eyes 4. Man-made Destruction  Waste Management- linked to the problems of consumption
8. Sniffly or runny nose 5. Growing Poverty and rapidly growing population, the amount of waste
generated by the population.
FREQUENTLY USED DRUGS: DISASTERS  Water Scarcity- limited availability of water
 Ecosystem and Endangered System
1. Methamphetamine- addictive stimulant that dramatically 1. Natural Disasters (Earthquakes/Tsunamis, Landslides,  Ecosystem- functional units that results from interactions
affect central nervous system. Typhoons, Floods, Drought, Volcanic Eruption) of abiotic, biotic and cultural components.
2. Ecstacy- aka MDMA, modification of methamphetamine. 2. Man-made Disasters (Air and Water Pollution “Red Tide,”  Endangered Species- population of organism which is at
Immediately a stimulant. Industrial Accidents “oil spills,” Fire, Civil Disturbances, War, risk of extinction.
3. Cocaine- aka Coke, a strong stimulant mostly used as a Poverty, Bomb threats & Accidents)
recreational drug. Commonly snorted, inhaled as smoke or as a 3. Categories of Severity  Executive Order 579- formulation and implementation of Go
solution injected into a vein.  Accident (Individual) Green Philippines Program on 2006.
4. Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD)- aka Acid, psychedelic drug  Emergency (Limited)
known for its psychological effects (altered awareness)  Disaster (Widespread)  Go Green Philippines- sustainable environmental
5. Phencyclidine (PCP)- aka Angel Dust, is a dissociative drug. It  Catastrophe (Collapse) program to revitalize the Philippine ecosystem
was brought in 1950s as an anesthetic pharmaceutical drug but
 Recycle- ensure continuing natural sources
taken off because of high prevalence of dissociative Key Concepts  Replenish- use what has been replenished
hallucinogenic.
6. Heroin- aka Diamorphine, is an opioid. Used as a recreational  Revitalize- nature and breathe new life
 Risk- probability of disaster  RA 9512 (National Environmental Awareness and Education
drug for its euphoric effect.  Hazard- nature of a threat
7. Marijuana- aka Cannabis, is a psychoactive drug from Cannabis Act of 2008)- to integrate environmental education in school.
 Vulnerability- inability to withstand or protect oneself  RA 10121 (Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Law)- to
plant intended for medical and recreational use.
 Prevention- measures designed to avert hazard strengthen DRRM system.
8. Depressants (Tranquilizers and Barbiturates)- used to lower
 Preparedness- measures that ensure effectivity of response
neurotransmission levels to depress or reduce arousal or
 Mitigation- measures that reduce effects Chapter 6
stimulation of various areas of the brain. Aka Downer.
 Response- actions taken in the aftermath
Drug dependence – is the ultimate disastrous consequence of  National Security- survival of the state through the use of
drug abuse. Situations in the Philippines economic, power projection, political power and the exercise
Physical Dependence – the human body becomes used to the of diplomacy; stable nation state.
presence of drugs 1. Poverty and Marginalization  Diplomacy- art and practice of conducting negotiations among
Psychological Dependence – the body does not need the drug 2. Resource Depletion groups or states; conduct of international relations.
nor crave for them  Peace- state without war.
Experimentation Phase – experience a high or pleasure ,it These factors can lead to:  Peaceable School- a commitment to make school a place of
produces a negative experience peace.
Occasional or Social Use – uses drug only when they are 1. Human-Made Disasters
available 2. Natural Forces
Regular Use – actively seek the drug of abuse of his choice
Drug Dependence – uses drugs day – by- day Disaster Preparedness
Subtle symptom – secrecy, increase in isolation, change in
friends 1. Principles
Not So-Subtle symptom – periods of deep depression, money 2. Effective Warning Messages
problems 3. Land Use Planning (Risk Zoning)
Sure – Fire Indicators - Needle marks on arms, possession of 4. Public Awareness
drugs and drugs paraphernalia a. Mitigation Awareness (risk is high)
b. Preparedness Awareness (risk is imminent)