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Republic of the Philippines

BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY


Calape, Bohol

VISSION: A premier Science and Technology university for the formation of a world class and virtuous human resource for sustainable development in Bohol
and the country.
MISSION: Committed to provide quality and innovative education in strategic sectors for the development of Bohol and the country.

GOALS: To address the needs of the strategic sectors, BISU shall:


1.develop and offer quality and innovative curricular programs and instructional systems;
2.plan and implement a focused Research and development and extension agenda;
3.enhance institutional capability in resource generation;
4.promote effective governance and deliver efficient administrative and support services;
5.develop and promote a culture of quality service and excellence.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:

1.To promote higher literacy, critical thinking, upgraded competencies and skills on basic education through innovative trainings;
2.To develop students research capabilities through relevant researches;
3.To establish research-based extension programs to promote economic ,social and cultural development;
4.To provide the necessary facilities and effective services;
5.To produce academically, emotionally, socially, morally equipped and humane educators in a progressive and student friendly environment.

SYLLABUS

Subject Code : MAPEH 1 Unit Credit : 3 Units


Nomenclature: : Foundation of Mapeh Contact Hours : 36 hours
Pre-requisite : (Humanity 1, PE 1, PE 2, PE 3, PE 4) Course & Year: 3rd Year
Component :Content/Major Academic Year : 2nd Semester 2011-2012
Total No. of Hours : 36 Hours

I. Course Description : This unit covers the historical, philosophical, and sociological development of MAPEH necessary to understand principles
And theories of Physical Education, Health, and Music Education. The course relates the past to contemporary issues,
Concerns and development of MAPEH.
II. GENERAL OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the Semester the students will 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 sport.
3. Demonstrate the correct sports skills.

III. COURSE CONTENT:

LEARNING CONTENT COMPETENCI VALUES METHODOLOGY ASSESMENT TIME REFERENCE REMARKS


OUTCOMES ES SCHEMES FRAME RESOURCES
Be Oriented of the course Presentation of the VMGO
and the legal basis
Orientation of the Course 1 hr
Review of Classroom Policies on grades
Course requirements and the legal basis,
Conduct of Pretest Exam.
1. Discuss the factors that I.) HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT Planning Patience in Lecture Oral Recitation
had affected physical OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Listening FOUNDATIONS
education in primitive Displaying Reporting Quizzes OFPHYSICAL
society and ancient a. Primitive Society Appreciation EDUCATION
countries and effects on Appreciating Group Discussion
b. Ancient Oriental Countries
the lives of their Cooperation in By:
people. c. Ancient Near East Country Defining the topic Students
Carmen Tabije
d. Physical Education in Greece
2. Identify the Students 13 hrs Andin, Ed. D.
contributions of various e. Physical Education in Rome Participation
men and countries of Planning Patience in 2008
f. Physical Education during the
the modern western Listening
world to the growth and dark ages. Displaying
development of Appreciation
g. Physical Education during the
physical education Appreciating
which have influenced age of feudalism Cooperation in
the changing concepts the topic
h. Physical Education in the
of this field. renaissance. Oral Recitation
i. Physical Education in Modern
3. Trace the development
of physical education of Europe Quizzes
the Philippines from
j. Physical Education in America
pre Spanish times to the Prelim/Written
present to be able to k. Physical Education in the Exam
interpret the present
Philippines.
day of physical
education.

4. Discuss the current


developments of
physical education and
their relevance to
national development.
1. Described the body II. MANS BIOLOGICAL MAKE-UP
systems that make up
the human mechanism.
a. Make-up of the human body Planning Patience in Lecture Oral Recitation
2. Discuss the basic Listening
b. Characteristics of Growth
dissimilarities of Displaying Reporting Quizzes
individuals. c. Differences in boys and girls Appreciation
Appreciating Group Discussion
d. Body Types
3. Explain the Cooperation in 13 hrs FOUNDATIONS
characteristics of e. Posture Defining the topic Students OFPHYSICAL
growth. EDUCATION
f. Physical Fitness- aspects of total
Students
4. Analyze the importance fitness. Participation By:
of good body posture. Planning Patience in
g. Exercises and Physical Fitness
Listening Oral Recitation Carmen
5. Explain the meaning of h. Factors Affecting Fitness Displaying Tabije Andin, Ed.
physical fitness and Appreciation D.
identity its specific Appreciating Quizzes
components. Cooperation in 2008
the topic Midterm/Written
6. Discuss the relationship Exam
of exercise and physical
fitness.
7. Identify other factors
that affect the physical
fitness of an individual.

1. Define learning and III. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS Planning Patience in Lecture


distinguish motor OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Listening FOUNDATIONS
learning from cognitive Displaying Reporting OFPHYSICAL
learning. a. What is learning Appreciation EDUCATION
Appreciating Group Discussion
2. Explain the theories of b. Theories of learning Cooperation in By:
learning. Defining the topic Students
c. Basic principle of Learning Carmen Tabije
3. Illustrate the basic Students Andin, Ed. D.
principles of learning. Participation
2008
4. Analyze some of the
recent views on IV. SOCIOLOGICAL
learning which have FOUNDATION OF PHYSICAL 13 hrs
implications to physical EDUCATION.
education.
a. Definition of sociology
5. Define sociology and
its educational b. Moral and Spiritual values as Planning Patience in Lecture Oral Recitation FOUNDATIONS
functions and areas of foundations of strong society. Listening OFPHYSICAL
concerns. Displaying Reporting Quizzes EDUCATION
c. Mans and motivations for group Appreciation
6. Explain the nature of living Appreciating Group Discussion By:
man and spiritual Cooperation in
values as bases for d. Theories of Learning Defining the topic Students Carmen Tabije
sociological Andin, Ed. D.
interpretations of e. Physical Education and building Students Oral Recitation
physical education. of Moral character. Participation 2008

7. Explain the nature of Quizzes


man and the
motivations to live Semi
together in groups. Final/Written
Exam
8. Identify and examine
some theories.

9. Recognize the stages of


character development
to understand the
potential of physical
education in building of
moral character.
1. Learn and appreciate to V. DEMOSTRATE THE SELF-
make a complete and MADE LESSON PLAN ABOUT THE
thorough written lesson DIFFERENT AREAS OF MAPEH:
and plan with clearly-
stated and highly a. Music
appropriate objectives Creating Patience in Demonstrate Oral Recitation Student Source in
and detailed outline of b. Art Listening the Internet or in
teaching and learning Planning Lecture the Library.
activities that fulfill all c. PE Appreciation Final
of the lesson Displaying Students Demonstration 14 hrs
requirements. d. Health Cooperation in Participation
Appreciating the practice
2. Learn a teaching Interpretation
demonstration that is Defining
well prepared, engaging Execution of the
and student-centered; a Steps
lesson that meets the
time limit, teaches the
objective, clearly,
accurately, and
effectively, and fulfills
all of the required
elements.

Course Policy:

1. Physical Education uniform for the demonstration, the students responsible for the activity missed and for the other requirements for the class.
2. Observance of the 60% passing score, Compilation of Grades of the reporter and demonstration.
3. All cellular phones will be turned OFF during the class sessions.
Course Requirements:

1. Grades are acquired through the following:


1. Grading Policy
Exams- 30%
Quizzes- 15%
Projects- 30%
Practical Exams- 20%
Oral recitation/Attendance- 5%

____________________________
= 100%

REFERENCES:

Basic Physical Education for College 2008


By: Doris D. Tulio
Encarta Encyclopedia 2009
http//www.en.wikipedia.org.gymnastics

Prepared by:

CALIN MAR Y. BOLOFER


Instructor