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Republic of the Philippines

ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE


Tagudin Campus
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Code: CCMA 101


Course Title: Foundations of MAPEH
Course Unit: 3
Course Description:
This unit covers the historical, philosophical, and sociological development of MAPEH
necessary to understand principles and theories of Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health. It
also discusses on the current trends and development of MAPEH.
Contact Hours/week: 3 hrs. per week / 54 hrs. per semester
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
1. grasp the history, philosophy, and sociological development of physical
education in the different era and comprehend the principles of Music, Arts,
PE, and Health, and learn the proper way of demonstrating the different
aspect of MAPEH;
2. appreciate the historical development of Physical Education and be able to
appreciate the effort on practicing the different skill in the field of MAPEH
especially in sports;
3. demonstrate the correct sports skills; and
4. make a detailed lesson plan in MAPEH.

TOPICS
I. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF MAPEH
a. Primitive Society
b. Ancient Oriental Countries
c. Ancient Near East Country
d. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in Greece
e. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in Rome
f. Music, Arts, and Physical Education during the dark ages
g. Music, Arts, and Physical Education during the age of Feudalism
h. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in the Renaissance.
i. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in Modern Europe
j. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in America
k. Music, Arts, and Physical Education in the Philippines
II. MANS BIOLOGICAL MAKE-UP
a. Make-up of the human body
b. Characteristics of Growth
c. Differences in boys and girls
d. Body Types
e. Posture
f. Physical Fitness- Aspects of Total Fitness
g. Exercises and Physical Fitness
h. Factors Affecting Fitness
III. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MAPEH
a. What is learning?
b. Theories of Learning
c. Basic Principles of Learning
IV. SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATION OF MAPEH
a. Definition of Sociology
b. Moral and Spiritual Values as Foundations of Strong Society
c. Mans Motivations for Group Living
d. Theories of Learning
e. Physical Education and Building of Moral Character
V. LESSON PLANNING ON THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF MAPEH
a. Music
b. Arts
c. Physical Education
d. Health

References
Foundations of Music, Arts, and Physical Education by Carmen Tabije Andin, Ed. D.
Student Source in the Internet or in the Library

Course Requirements
Research/Individual Reports/Projects
Quizzes
Exams
Class Participation

Grading System
TERM GRADE:
60% Class Standing Class Standing:
40% Term Exams Research/Individual Reports 20%
Quizzes 30%
FINAL GRADE: Class Participation 20%
Prelims 20% Term Paper 20%
Midterms 30% Attendance 10%
Finals 50%
100% Attendance: 0 absent. 10.0
1 absent. 9.4
2 absent. 8.8
3 absent. 8.2
etc., interval. 0.6

Prepared by:

MR. JOEY B. BOLINAS


Course Facilitator
Republic of the Philippines
ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Tagudin Campus
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Code: Educ. 103


Course Title: Facilitating Learning
Course Unit: 3
Course Description:
The course is designed to introduce the basic learning theories and principles
as basis for the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of instruction
using educational technology. Students are expected to acquire skills in integrating
technology in various content areas. Courses are focused on the design and
development of instructional plans.
Contact Hours/week: 3 hrs. per week / 54 hrs. per semester
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
1. gain deeper insights in the different concepts on how the design of teaching
methodologies and learning activities and should take into consideration the
various forms of knowledge regarding child and adolescent development;
2. apply the meta-cognitive strategies in the quest of learning;
3. articulate own views and ideas on how students learn in different domains
and factors that influence this process; and
4. appreciate the use of scaffolding to facilitate learning.

TOPICS
I. COGNITIVE AND META-COGNITIVE FACTORS OF LEARNING
Distinction between Cognitive and Meta-cognitive
Aspects of Learner-Centered Psychological Principles
Developing Meta-cognition
Meta-cognitive and Knowledge Skills
II. DEVELOPMENTAL THEORIES AND COGNITIVE PROCESS OF EXPERT AND SYSTEMS
Principal Parts of Expert
Basic Cognitive Concepts
Piagets Stages of Cognitive Development
Prior Knowledge
The Role of Prior Knowledge in Current Learning
How to Use Prior Knowledge in Instruction
III. MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS IN LEARNING
Definition of Motivation
Motivational and Emotional Influences on Learning
Types of Motivation
Important Points Concerning Motivation
Theories of Motivation
Levels of Motivation
Self-Efficacy and Self-Concept
Effects of Self-Efficacy
IV. DEVELOPMENTAL DIMENSIONS IN LEARNING
How Children Thing and Learn
Stages of Learning Development
How Adolescents Learn
Adult Learning Motivation
V. SOCIO-CULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF LEARNING
Social and Cultural Influence of Learning
Social Constructivism
Theories of Situated Learning
Elements of Situated Learning
VI. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Theories of Intelligence
Factors that Bring about Student Diversity
Theories of Styles
Learning Styles Preferences
Students with Special Learning Needs
Characteristics of Specific Learning Disability
Causes of Learning Disability
Gifted Children
VII. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

References
Facilitating Learning by Maria Rita Lucas & Brenda Corpuz
Learning Courses Handbook
Principles and Methods of Teaching by Herman C. Gregorio
Principles and Methods of Teaching by Brenda Corpuz, et.al.
Teaching Strategies and Approaches by Victorino Acero

Course Requirements
Research/Individual Reports
Quizzes
Exams
Class Participation
Term Paper
Grading System
TERM GRADE:
60% Class Standing Class Standing:
40% Term Exams Research/Individual Reports 20%
Quizzes 30%
FINAL GRADE: Class Participation 20%
Prelims 20% Term Paper 20%
Midterms 30% Attendance 10%
Finals 50%
100% Attendance: 0 absent. 10.0
1 absent. 9.4
2 absent. 8.8
3 absent. 8.2
etc., interval. 0.6

Prepared by:

MR. JOEY B. BOLINAS


Course Facilitator
Republic of the Philippines
ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Tagudin Campus
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Code: MAPEH152


Course Title: Gymnastics
Course Unit: 3
Course Description:
This course deals with the activities that help the individual to tone up muscles,
develop strong, healthy, and shapely bodies, improve poise, posture, self-confidence,
determination, and self-discipline, increase accuracy of movements, balance control of
body parts, and coordination of movements, and achieve the satisfaction of having
acquired and improved a skill.
Contact Hours/week: 3 hrs. per week / 54 hrs. per semester
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
1. basics of the theory of gymnastics;
2. professional vocabulary, performing techniques, methodology and spotting
schemes of exercises in general, acrobatic and artistic gymnastic;
3. various organization forms of gymnastics classes (lessons) in primary school
and various agents used to increase the level of motor skills;
4. general rules and judging regulations in gymnastic sports and the principles
of the organization of school gymnastics competition; and
5. the rules of a safe organizing and teaching the different forms gymnastic
exercises during Physical Education classes.

TOPICS

I. BRIEF HISTORY OF GYMNASTICS

II. THE CONDITIONING AND WARM-UP PROGRAM

III. STUNTS

IV. FLOOR SKILLS

V. RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS
Music
Basic Dance Positions
Formations
Title of Exercise for Field
Demonstrations for Exhibitions
Ball Exercise
Wand Exercise
Ring Exercise
Dumbbell Exercise

VI. HEAVY APPARATUS

VII. PYRAMID BUILDING


References
Gymnastics for Girls by Aquino, Francisca R.
Gymnastics Book by Dinoso, Clarita P.
Teaching Physical Education in the Philippine Schools by Andin, Carmen T.
Dance Your Way to Fitness by Jimena, Edgar C.

Course Requirements
Research/Individual Reports
Quizzes
Exams
Class Participation
Practicum

Grading System
TERM GRADE:
60% Class Standing Class Standing:
40% Term Exams Research/Individual Reports 20%
Quizzes 20%
FINAL GRADE: Class Participation 20%
Prelims 20% Practicum 30%
Midterms 30% Attendance 10%
Finals 50%
100% Attendance: 0 absent. 10.0
1 absent. 9.4
2 absent. 8.8
3 absent. 8.2
etc., interval. 0.6

Prepared by:

MR. JOEY B. BOLINAS


Course Facilitator
Republic of the Philippines
ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Tagudin Campus
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Code: MAPEH161


Course Title: Music Literature (Western)
Course Unit: 3
Course Description:
A broad survey of Western Classical music, extending from antiquity to the
present. Course activities include lectures, writing and listening assignments, and
primary source readings. Salient repertoire from each historical period is situated in a
sociocultural and socio-political context. The reception histories of particular works
will be addressed. Parallels between musical aesthetics and techniques and
concurrent tendencies in other art forms, as well as the influence of nonWestern
music on Western composers are discussed.
Contact Hours/week: 3 hrs. per week / 54 hrs. per semester
Prerequisite:
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
1. discuss the general historical background of each music period;
2. describe the musical characteristics of each period;
3. classify the music according to each form and style;
4. identify the medium being used in a particular music;
5. enumerate prominent composers by periods; and
6. demonstrate appreciations of important works and contributions of the
different composers.
TOPICS
I. MEDIEVAL PERIOD
a) Historical Background
b) Development of Music and the Arts
c) Characteristics of Music according to Form and Style
d) Major Composers and their Representative Works
Hildegard of Bingen
G. Dufay
G. de Machaut
II. RENAISSANCE PERIOD
a) Historical Background
b) Development of Music and the Arts
c) Characteristics of Music according to Form and Style
d) Major Composers and their Representative Works
G. P. de Palestina- Kyrie
J. de Prez- Ave Maria from Missa Salve Regina
C. BAROQUE PERIOD
a) Historical Background
b) Development of Music and the Arts
c) Characteristics of Music according to Form and Style
d) Major Composers and their Representative Works
L. Van Beethoven (Symphony, Ode to Joy)
W. A. Mozart (Symphony no. 5, 1st movement, The Magic Flute
F. S. Haydn (Surprise, Symphony, 2nd movement)
D. CLASSICAL PERIOD
a) Historical Background
b) Development of Music and the Arts
c) Characteristics of Music according to Form and Style
d) Major Composers and their Representative Works
Nationalism in Music
E. Grieg (In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt Suite)
J. Sibelius (Finlandia)
Symphonic Music
H. Berlioz (Symphony Fantastique, 2nd Movement)
J. Brahms (Symphony no. 2, 1st Movement
E. ROMANTIC PERIOD
Historical Background
Development of music and the arts
Characteristics of music according to form and style
Major Composers and their representative works
Electronic Music
E. Varese
K. Stockhausen
Jazz Music
F. 20TH CENTURY MUSIC

References
A History of Western Music, Eighth Edition by Burkholder, Peter J., Grout, Donald Jay, and
Palisca, Claude
Music in the Western World: A History in Documents, Second Edition by Weiss, Piero and
Taruskin, Richard.
http://www.wwnorton.com/college/music/grout8/
Course Requirements
Research/Individual Reports
Quizzes
Exams
Class Participation
Term Paper
Grading System
TERM GRADE:
60% Class Standing Class Standing:
40% Term Exams Research/Individual Reports 20%
Quizzes 30%
FINAL GRADE: Class Participation 20%
Prelims 20% Term Paper 20%
Midterms 30% Attendance 10%
Finals 50%
100% Attendance: 0 absent. 10.0
1 absent. 9.4
2 absent. 8.8
3 absent. 8.2
etc., interval. 0.6

Prepared by:

MR. JOEY B. BOLINAS


Course Facilitator
Republic of the Philippines
ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Tagudin Campus
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur

COURSE OUTLINE

Course Code: MAPEH153


Course Title: Philippine and Asian Music
Course Unit: 3
Course Description:
This course is intended to introduce to the students knowledge in the
Philippine Music of Cordillera and Aetas, Mindanao, Mindoro, Palawan, Visayas, their
musical instruments and vocal music. It also aims to survey the traditional music
(vocal and instrumental) of China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Korea, and
Pakistan.
Contact Hours/week: 3 hrs. per week / 54 hrs. per semester
Prerequisite: None
Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
1. identify the basic characteristics of music of the Philippines and Asian
countries;
2. develop awareness of the different kinds of ethnic musical instruments of the
Philippines and Asian countries;
3. manifest interest in the music of the neighboring countries;
4. appreciate native and Asian music;
5. classify instruments according to chordophone, aerophone, idiophone, and
membranophone;
6. compare the sounds of ethnic instruments in terms of similarities;
7. identify the functions of Philippine and Asian music;
8. appreciate the different sounds of the ethnic musical instruments and the
vocal Philippine and Asian music; and
9. familiarize and enjoy listening and playing ethnic musical instruments.
TOPICS
A. BACKGROUND OF MUSIC
Philippine Music during the Spanish Period
Philippine Music during the American Period
B. ETHNIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Northern Philippines
Mangyans(Mindoro)
Southern Philippines
Cordillera and Aetas
Palawan Visayas
Asian Countries
- India
- Tahiland
- Indonesia
- China
- Korea
- Pakistan
C. THE VOCAL MUSIC

D. STYLES, CONCEPTS, AND STRUCTURES


References
Dynamics of Life by Belinda R. Anido
Exploring with MAPEH by Victoria C. Banzon
Philippine Literature by Mauricia Borromeo
World Music Vol. 2 by John Clewly
Philippine Progressive Music Series by Norberto Romualdez
Hanuno Music from the Philippines by Harold C. Conklin

Course Requirements
Research/Individual Reports
Quizzes
Exams
Class Participation
Term Paper

Grading System
TERM GRADE:
60% Class Standing Class Standing:
40% Term Exams Research/Individual Reports 20%
Quizzes 30%
FINAL GRADE: Class Participation 20%
Prelims 20% Term Paper 20%
Midterms 30% Attendance 10%
Finals 50%
100% Attendance: 0 absent. 10.0
1 absent. 9.4
2 absent. 8.8
3 absent. 8.2
etc., interval. 0.6

Prepared by:

MR. JOEY B. BOLINAS


Course Facilitator