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Code: SLSU-QF-IN01-A
SOUTHERN LEYTE STATE UNIVERSITY Revision: 01
Main Campus, Sogod, Southern Leyte Date: 29 July 2019
Website: www.slsuonline.edu.ph
Email: slsumaincampus@gmail.com/
op@slsuonline.edu.ph
Telefax: (053) 382-3294

COURSE SYLLABUS
GE 102: The Life and Works of Rizal
2nd Semester, Academic Year 2019-2020

National Goal : The attainment of globally competitive Filipinos through quality and excellent education, relevant and responsive to changing
environment, accessible and equitable to deserving students, and efficient and effective in optimizing returns and benefits.

Vision : A high quality corporate science and technology university.

Mission : SLSU will:


 produce S and T leaders and competitive professionals;
 generate breakthrough research in S and T –based disciplines;
 transform and improve the quality of life in the communities in the service areas;
 be self-sufficient and financially viable.

University Goals :  Develop comprehensive curricula to produce S and T leaders and professionals
 Establish a culture of Science and Technology-based research
 Facilitate adoption of technology to communities and service areas
 Intensify production capability
 Establish a transparent, efficient and effective management system

Quality Policy : We, at Southern Leyte State University, commit enthusiastically to satisfy our stakeholders’ needs and expectations by adhering to
good governance, relevance, and innovations of our instructions, research and development, extension and other support services
and to continually improve the effectiveness of our Quality Management System in compliance to ethical standards and applicable
statutory, regulatory, industry and stakeholders’ requirements.

The management commits to establish, maintain and monitor our quality management system and ensure that adequate resources
are available.
Core Values :
S – Service Excellence
L – Leadership Competence
S – Stewardship and Accountability
U – Unity in Diversity
Program Outcomes
At the end of the program, the BS Civil Engineering students are expected to:

A. Common to all programs in all types of schools


a. Recognize the need for, and engage in life-long learning;
b. Communicate effectively thru oral and in writing using both English and Filipino;
c. Know contemporary issues;

B. General Education outcomes in relation to Engineering Program


d. Reflect critically the human experience and human rights from Philippine and global contexts and perspectives;
e. Advocate morality, nationalism, and artistry to individuals and societies;
f. Ability to contribute personally and meaningfully to the country’s development;
g. Express awareness of the basic concepts across the domains of knowledge;
h. Construct an analytical, critical, and creative modes in tackling problems methodically and;
i. Demonstrate collaborative effort;

Graduate Attributes for BSCE

A. Mind: Thinking Skills C. Skills and Knowledge


1. Innovative thinking 1. Research Skills
2. Analytical thinking 2. Leadership and management skills
3. Conceptual skills 3. Collaborative skills
4. Creative thinking 4. Planning and organizational skills
5. Critical thinking 5. Entrepreneurial skills

B. Feel: Attitudes and Mindsets


1. Open minded
2. Global Mindset
3. Self- directed
A. Course Details

Course Name THE LIFE AND WORKS OF JOSE RIZAL


As mandated by Republic Act 1425, this course covers the life and works of the country’s national hero, Jose Rizal. Among
Course Description the topics covered are Rizal’s biography and his writings, particularly the novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
Some of his essays, and various correspondences.
Number of Units Three (3) units
Prerequisite None

B. Course Outcome and its Relationship to General Education Outcomes

COURSE OUTCOMES PROGRAM OUTCOMES

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Discuss Jose Rizal’s life within the context of 19 th


century Philippines.

2. Analyze Rizal’s various works particularly the novels


Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.

3. Organize Rizal’s ideas into various themes

4. Demonstrate a critical reading of primary courses.

5. Interpret the values that can be derived from studying


Rizal’s life and works

6. Display an appreciation for education and love of


country.

C. Lecture Learning Plan E END OFF


Allotted Teaching-
Assessment Instructional
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) Topics time in Learning
Tasks Materials
Hours Activities
By the time the students finished the learning A. CLASS RE-ORIENTATION
experience, they should have:
1. National Goal
1. Explained and interpreted the National goal, University 2. SLSU Vision and Mission
Vision, Mission, and Goals. 3. SLSU Goals and Objectives
Re-Orientation
2. Internalized the Grading system, program objectives, 4. SLSU Quality Policy Oral
1.5 Lecture:
course outline and course requirements. 5. SLSU Core Values Recitation Student
Discussion
6. Grading System Handbook
7. Classroom Management and
Policies
8. Awareness on People with
Special Needs (GAD)
By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION
experience, they should have:
Introduction to the course
1. Explained the history of the Rizal Law and its Rizal Law RA 1425 Focus Group
important provisions. Discussion Oral
2. Critically assessed the effectiveness of the Rizal 3 Presentation PowerPoint
Course Lecture: Presentation
Discussion

By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER II: THE PHILIPPINES 15 Collaborative
experience, they should have: IN THE 19TH CENTURY AS Discussions PowerPoint
RIZAL’S CONTEXT Portray the Presentation
1. Analyzed and compared the various economic, social, Group Sharing past and Shumacher,
political, cultural changes that occurred in the 19nth Economic Changes present John/ Rizal in
century and 21st Century.  End of galleon trade changes in the Context of
 Opening of the Suez Canal, the the 19th
Opening of ports to world Philippines Century
trade, Philippines
 Rise of the export crop
economy and monopolies Assignment
Social Changes
 Educational System
 Rise of the Chinese
Mestizo

Political Changes
 Liberalism/Federalism

Cultural Changes
 Cultural Values
 Moral Values
 Spiritual Values
By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER III: RIZAL’S LIFE DeViana,Augu
Oral
experience, they should have: sto/Jose
Recitation
Biography Rizal:Social
1. Learned life lessons from the biography of Rizal Education Lecture/ Reformer &
Trivia
Travels Discussion Patriot-Zaide,
6
Exile, Trials & Death Gregorio/
Role Play
Jose Rizal:
Life Works
Assignment
and Writings
PowerPoint
MIDTERM EXAMINATION 1.5 Paper-pencil Test
Sub-Total No. Hours 27
By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER IV:
experience, they should have: RIZAL’S ANNOTATION OF
Lecture/
ANTONIO MORGA’S SUCESOS DE
Discussion
1. Analyzed and compared the ideas in the Philippine LAS ISLAS FILIPINAS
Group
history to Rizal’s annotations and Morga’s views on PowerPoint
3 Group Presentation
Filipinos and Philippine culture. Annotations of Rizal to Antonio Presentation
Discussion
Morga’s “Sucesos De Las Islas
Filipinas”
By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER V: DeViana,
experience, they should have: THE PHILIPPINES: A CENTURY Small Group Augusto/Jose
HENCE Presentation Rizal: Social
1. Analyzed and interpreted Rizal’s writings. Reformer &
Rizal’s Essays Interactive Portray Patriot- Zaide,
 Letter to the Women of 3 Gregorio/
Discussion Filipino
Malolos Women in Jose Rizal:
 On the Indolence of the the Past and Life Works
Filipinos Present time and Writings
Power Point

By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER VI:


experience, they should have: JOSE RIZAL AND PHILIPPINE Maranan,
NATIONALISM – NATIONAL Ruben D./
1. Appreciated the values highlighted by the various SYMBOLS Interactive Jose Rizal:
representations of Rizal as a national hero as well as to Reaction
Discussion First Global
love the Filipino’s native and national language. Tagalog Language and 3 Paper
Filipino Hero
Nationalism Presentation
PowerPoint
Presentation

By the time the students finished the learning CHAPTER VII:


experience, they should have: THE CONTROVERSIAL NOVELS
Collaborative Jose Rizal:
1. Compare Rizal’s controversial novels Noli & El Fili. Noli Me Tangere Role Play
Learning Life Works
2. Value the role of the youth in the development and El Filibusterismo Discussion and Writings
future of society. 16.5 Drama
Presentation
Presentation
Reading Rubrics
Video
Assignments Power Point

FINAL EXAMINATION 1.5 hrs. Paper-pencil Test


Sub-Total No. of Hours 27 hrs.
TOTAL 54 hrs.
D. References

1. Southern Leyte State University Student Manual


2. Capino, Gonzalez, Pineda (1979). Rizal Life, Works, and Writings, JMC Press, Inc. 388 Quezon City
3. De Viana, Augusto et. Al (2018).Jose Rizal: Social Reformer and Patriot, Rex Book Store, Manila
4. Schumacher, John. Rizal in the Context of the 19th Century Philippines (1991) ADMU Press, Quezon City
5. Valenzuela, Edwin E. Rev. Ed. (2019). Rizal’s Life and Works: Towards Social Awareness and Nationalism, Great Books Trading, Quezon City
6. Zaide, Gregorio F. (2003). Jose Rizal: Life, Works and Writings, National Book Store, 1550 Mandaluyong City
7. Zaide, Gregorio F. (2014) Jose Rizal: Life, Works and Writings, Anvil Publishing, Inc. Mandaluyong City
8. Zulueta, Francisco M. (2008). Jose Rizal: Life, Works and Writings, National Book Store, 1550 Mandaluyong City

E. Grading System

Class Standing: 50%


Term Output: 50%
Total: 100

F. Class Policy and Requirements

 During the first day of class, students should submit their official registration form to the subject-teacher for signature. The official registration form serves
as evidence that a student is officially enrolled in the class.
 All students are obliged to attend class regularly.
 A student may be accepted in class even after being late for 15 minutes but the student should be marked late during that session. If a student is habitually
late, the instructor should refer the student to OSS for appropriate action.
 Due to illness or some other valid reasons students may be excused from the class provided that they can present a medical certificate/certificate of
appearance issued by a physician or concerned authority, respectively.
 Any student who accumulated three (3) unexcused absences from class must be referred to the guidance and counseling office to obtain an interview slip to
be presented to the instructor upon assumption to the class.
 A student who accumulated ten absences without valid reason is automatically dropped from the class.
 Students with absences less than ten will render a community service. They will clean the classroom and offices.
 Students are required to wear the prescribed school uniform
 Students must observe the cleanliness of the classroom and the entire campus of the University.
G. Provision for Flexibility

Students with special needs shall be dealt with appropriately depending on the course’s activities and requirements.
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Prepared By: Recommending Approval: Approved By:

ELVIE D. DURAN, Ed.D


RUDA P. PALEN, Ed.D Director, IAS
Asst. Prof. IV

RAYMUND DAYUNAN
Faculty