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Republic of the Philippines

Laguna State Polytechnic University


LOS BAOS CAMPUS
PROVINCE OF LAGUNA

COLLEGE OF FOOD NUTRITION AND DIETETICS


An Outcomes-Based Learning Program
UNIVERSITY

QUALITY We, at LSPU are commited with continual improvement to provide


POLICY: quality, efficient services to the University stakeholders highest level of
satisfaction through a dynamic and excellent management system imbued
with utmost integrity professionalism and innovation

VISION: The Laguna State Polytechnic University shall be a Center for


Sustainable Development transforming lives and communities.

MISSION: LSPU provides quality education through responsive instruction,


distinctive research, and sustainable extension and production services
for improved quality of life towards nation building.

AN OUTCOMES-BASED LEARNING PROGRAM (Syllabus)

COURSE: Humanities 111


Art Appreciation Semester: 2nd Semester

Part 1. COURSE DESCRIPTION


Rationale:
This course is intended to acknowledge the positive influence of the music
and arts in the life of social being
Outcome: At the end of this semester, students should be able display their own
creative skills by accomplishing their work of Arts
Part 2. Outcomes-Based Macro Curriculum Framework

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOS)

Institutional (IILOs) Program (PILOS) Course (CILOs)

(CMOs)

The Bachelor of Science in


Nutrition and Dietetics is
LSPU Graduate Attributes When you
equally committed to total
successfully complete
An LSPU (CFND) Graduate is expected formation of human person.
PI 100 RIZAL you will
to be a: At the end of the program,
be able to:
the students are expected
to:

1. Responsible and Upright 1. Promote the role of


Nutrition and Dietetics 1.Acknowledge the
Citizen, who is capable of
achieving high level personal profession for human positive influence of
well-being contributive to the well being in relation to music and arts on
harmony and betterment of the needs, resources the aesthetics of
the profession, family, society and potentials of
communities
INTEGRITY

and nation. individuals, groups and


communities.
2. Compassionate Leader, 2. Assess, plan, manage,
who is an advocate of good evaluate nutrition
governance and quality 2. Influence others to
management for a quality life. programs for create work of art
individuals, groups eg. Planning and
and institutions. directing
performing arts
3. Take responsibility for
continuing personal and
3. Professionally Skilled, professional 3. Analyze and read
who applies technological as development musical notes in a
worker-leader in the field of Conduct nutrition related manner of discipline
expertise apt to the global activities themselves, in a like perseverance
needs. manner of consistent with
the ethical standards of the
profession.
4.Effective Communicator, 4. Apply concepts of
who is proficient in the comprehensive nutritional
4. Interpret simple
exchange of information care for the total wellness
songs by keys and
orally and in writing both in of individual, groups and
notes
English and in Filipino in community
interpreting, expressing and
negotiating meanings in
relevant settings for lifelong
learning.

5. Creative & Critical 5. Integrate nutrition 5. Integrate the work


Thinker, who articulates and concerns with development of Art like
produces entrepreneurial efforts. architecture in the
resources extended to development of
families and community for communities
improvement

6. Competent Research 6. Undertake research and 6. Discover and make


Oriented Individual, who is utilize research results in a new work of art like
able to analyze facts the performance of their job composition of poem,
methodically, discover and essay, play and
establish new theory to use music.
in solving problems and
decision making contributory
to the sustainability of the
needs of the community.
PART 3. TEACHING AND LEARNING MATRIX

Intended Learning Course Contents Learning Assessment Time


Outcomes (ILOs) Activities Tasks Frame

University VGMO Discussion Recitation


Chapter I General
Overview of Humanities

ILO 3 & ILO4 a. Meaning and


importance of
Humanities Laboratory Quizzes 8 hrs
b. Meaning and drawing/illustrati
importance of on
the Arts Recitations
c. Different forms
of Arts
d. Methods of
presenting the
Art subject

Chapter II. Elements of


Visual Arts Practical Rating of
Activities artworks
ILO 3 ILO 5 a. Lines produced
b. Colors
ILO 6 c. Perspective 8 hrs
d. Texture Artworks
e. Space
f. Form Quizzes
g. Shape
h. Volume
i. Principle of
Design
Chapter III Elements of
Literature
ILO 4 & ILO5 Discussion Rating of own
composition
6 hrs

Chapter IV Drama

ILO 2 & 4 Stage Rating of 8 hrs


presentation practical
performances

Chapter V Elements of Stage Rating of


Dance presentation practical
ILO 2 & ILO 4 8 hrs
performance

` Chapter VI Elements of
Music
a. Types and Quizzes 8 hrs
texture ofMusic
b. Forms of music Discussion
c. Musical signs
ILO 3 & ILO 4 and symbols Practical Midterm Exam
d. Elements of activities
notation
e. Note of value

Chapter VII. Musical Discussion Interpretation


keys Musical of musical
ILO1 ILO 3 a. Keys in sharp Composition 8 hrs
composition
b. Keys in flat Interpretation
ILO 4
Final Exam
PART 4. REFERENCES: - (Journals, Basic Readings, Web references)

Other Materials Used for Teaching:

1. Laptop
2. Speakers
3. Video Player
4. Overhead Projector
5. PowerPoint Presentations
6. Handouts

PART 5. LEARNER ASSESSMENT (GRADING SYSTEM)

ATTENDANCE . 10%
PARTICIPATION
INDIVIDUAL 20%

GROUP 20%

ASSESSMENTS
ILO 1:
ILO 2:
ILO 3:
ILO 4:
ILO 5:
ILO 6:
30%

REQUIREMENT/S (portfolio)
EXAMINATION
MIDTERM 10%

FINALS 10%

TOTAL 100%
PART 6. COURSE POLICIES

1. Regular attendance is required for all students 3 unexcused absences will


mean automatically dropped from the subject.

2. Wearing of the University students ID and uniform at all times is required for
all the students except when having field activities.

3. Active Participation individually and in group is expected.

4. Tardiness is equivalent to one day absent.

5. Student shall abide the instructor/ professors policy on the submission of


learning outputs based on the metrics and deadlines given

Prepared by: Reviewed: Noted: Approved:

Chanda S. Dimagiba Mrs. Ma Zita Vibal Prof. Lerma P.Buenvinida Ms. Bethlehem Maloles
Faculty Program Coordinator Chairperson, CIDQA A/Dean- CFND
Mobile: 09983877450
Email Address:
chanda.soriano.5
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