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BICOL UNIVERSITY GUBAT CAMPUS

Gubat, Sorsogon

Course Title

: FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING PART 1

Course No.

Course Prerequisites

Number of Credits

: 3 Units

Semester/Term

: 1st

Time/Room

: GNHS, 7:30-10:30 am

Course Description

: This course focuses on lessons that can enhance the students study and thinking skills. The tasks in this
course ranges from getting an overview of the course, using the library, constructing and interpreting non-prose
forms, identifying facts and opinions, drawing out inferences, reading process and purposes, writing process
and purposes, taking down notes, and grammar check.

Institutional Learning Outcomes:


Every BU graduate should:
a. Demonstrate critical thinking and integrative skills to solve problems and to support lifelong learning;
b. Communicate effectively and appropriately orally and in writing for various purposes with the responsible use ICT tools;

c. Collaborate with diverse people ethically and with mastery of knowledge and skills in given disciplines; and
d. Create knowledge and innovation to promote inclusive development as well as globalization.
COURSE OUTLINE
College/Institute
Learning
Outcomes

Course
Learning
Outcomes
Demonstrate indepth
understanding of
the development
of adolescent
learners

Specific
Learning
Outcomes

Learning
Content

Performance
Standard

Instructional
Delivery

Instructional
Resources

Assessment
Tasks

Time
Allotment

Exhibit
comprehensive
knowledge of in
using the library
in study and
thinking skills

Learn how to
use the library

Using the
library

Library
orientation,
lecture,
Group
discussion

Textbook,
BUGC
Infolib,
BUGC
Library
policies

Quiz,
narrative
report

6 hours

Create and
interpret both
numerical and
non-numerical
information/data
in a given text

Construct and
interpret nonprose forms

Constructing
and
interpreting
non-prose
forms

Lecture,
Brain Storming

Textbook,
tables,
graphs, and
charts

Construction
and
interpretation
of tables,
graphs, and
charts

6 hours

Express facts
and opinions
correctly

Differentiate
statements
from facts or
opinions.

Identifying
and stating
facts and
opinions

Lecture, group
discussion

Textbook,
Famous
iconic
statements,
List of facts
and figures

Differentiate
factual
statements
from opinions
orally

3 hours

Discover the
reading
process and
identify its
purposes.

The reading
process and
purpose

Lecture
Cooperative
Learning
Group Tasking
Class reporting

Reading
Drills
Reading
Assessment
Exercises

18 hours

Apply reading
skills such as
speed and
comprehension
through
reading
newspapers,
magazines,
books, short
story, drama,
poems, and
essays

Reading the
ff.;
Newspapers
Magazines
Books
Short Story
Drama
Poems
Essays

Newspapers
Magazines
Books
Short Story
Drama
Poems
Essays

Express
opinions and
factual
statements

Demonstrate
skills in reading
different
materials/
references

Take down
notes effectively

Use different
techniques in
taking down
notes

Taking down
notes

The writing
process and
purpose

Think,pair,share
Lecture,
Drills

Textbook

Tests

3 hours

Lecture,
writing drills

Samples of
good
paragraph
and
essay

Writing
activities

12

Construct
sentences/
paragraph
effectively

Develop writing
skills by
studying its
process

Show
understanding of
the different
writing styles by
writing sample
essays

Understand
and apply the
different styles
in writing such
as being
simple, clear,
concise, alive
and affective

Checking
Writing Style

Lecture,
Writing drills

Sample
paragraphs
and essays

Writing
exercises

Apply

Define and

Checking

Lecture

McMillan

Written and

12

Writing a
good
paragraph,
essay,
summary,
and
paraphrase

grammatical
rules both in oral
and written
communication

explain the
different
functions of
Parts of
Speech

Grammar
SubjectVerb
Agreement

Grammar drills

Prentice Hall,
Grammar
Books

oral tests

Apply the rules


of grammar in
constructing
sentences
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Written outputs
Recitation/Participation
Quizzes/Chapter Tests
Passing Midterm and Final Exams
Tangible Project related to the course
SYSTEM OF COMPUTING GRADES
Midterm Rating (40% of Final Grade)

Tentative Rating (60% of Final Grade)

Quizzes/Chapter Tests

- 20%

Quizzes/Chapter Tests

- 20%

Midterm Exam

- 40%

Midterm Exam

- 40%

Recitation/Participation

- 20%

Recitation/Participation

- 20%

Project(s)/Outputs

- 20%

Project(s)/Outputs

- 20%

100%

100%

REFERENCES
Mazon, Constancia M., Study and Thinking Skills in English, A Work text for College Freshmen: St. Augustine Publications, Inc. 2008
Robles, Felicidad C., Developing English Proficiency/Book 2, Quezon City: Goodwill Trading Co., Inc. 1985
Tiempo, edilberto K. and Edith L. Tiempo, College Writing and Reading, Manila: Rex Book Store, 1980.
Romero, Angelita D. and Rene C. Romero, Developmental Reading, A skill text for college students, Rex Book Store, 2002

JETHRO E. CHAVEZ, M.A. ELM


Course Professor

_____________________________
Department Chair

DR. ROSE MARIE R. JADIE


Campus Director