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Republic of the Philippines

NORTHERN NEGROS STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


OLD SAGAY, SAGAY CITY, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

COURSE SYLLABUS
In
BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS AND APPLICATION
Second Semester AY 2017-2018

College: College of Agriculture, Fisheries Program: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture


and Allied Sciences
Prepared by: Reviewed by:
MA. JANET S. GEROSO, Ph.D.
Subject Area Coordinator
CIMD Chairperson
ROMMEL C. ESPINOSA
INSTRUCTOR PROF MARY ANN T. ARSENO,
GAD-Focal Person
RENENTE A. EGCAS, Ph.D.
EMELINA I. NATIONAL, MAgri. Vice Pres. For Academic Affairs
Dean, College of Agriculture

Course Code: COMP 1 Descriptive title: BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS AND APPLICATION

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding and knowledge about Computers and Applications. This course is also designed
to inform students some topics about basic learning of using the web and the internet.
Course Credit(s): 3
Pre-requisites: none Lecture Hours/week: 2 Laboratory Hours/week: 3
Mandate: The college is mandated to provide higher technological, professional, vocational instruction and training in science, forestry, fishery, agriculture, education, marine
biology, engineering and industrial courses; it shall promote research, advance studies, extension work and progressive leadership.
It shall likewise offer short-term technical or vocational courses, provide non-formal education and undertake vigorous extension and research programs in
food production, nutrition, and health and sports development.
Core Values: C – creativity and Innovation A – Accountability and openness R – Respect E – Excellence S – Service
Vision: SUN – NEGROS: a leading university by 2023
Mission: To produce excellent professionals who are locally responsive and globally competitive
Goals: 1. Acquired Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) for all programs
2. Increased level of certification and sustained certification
3. Established centers of development and excellence of academic programs
Institutional Outcomes:
The institution shall produce a graduate who can:
1. Sustain willingness to serve the country and the world;
2. Produce scientific and technological innovations;
3. Can engage in varied entrepreneurial activities;
4. Practice as a game-changer professional;
5. Demonstrate resiliency in any life challenges

Program Outcomes
The program shall produce a graduate who can:
1. Generate and share knowledge relevant to specific fields in the study of agriculture;
2. Formulate and implement of agricultural development plans and programs;
3. Apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
4. Understand and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of national, regional and global development;
5. Engage in agricultural production and post-harvest facilities;
6. Promote sound agricultural; technologies to various clients and in the manpower development for agriculture;
7. Employ relevant tools in information technology in solving agriculture-related problems;
8. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of studies
9. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino
10. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
11. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility
12. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

NONESCOST BSA Program Outcomes:


The program shall produce a graduate who can:
1. Be self-reliant and technically competent agriculturist;
2. Entrepreneurs in the fields of specialization; and
3. Engage in scientific researches and extension services in the community.
At the end of the course the students shall be able to:
CILO 1: Give an account of the history of computer.
CILO 2: Demonstrate essential understanding of computer and its features.
CILO 3: Demonstrate essential understanding of the computer system.
CILO 4: Demonstrate the application of the knowledge and basic computer skills learned.
CILO 5: Appreciate the importance of the use of computer in their daily lives
Competencies Topics ILOs Teaching/ Equipmen Textbook Assessm Time remarks
(Specific Objectives) Learning t (T) ent Allotment
Activities Materials Reference (hours)
(R) Lec Lab
The students are expected NONESC At the end of the session the students should be Brainstorming Laptop Copy of the Reflectiv 1
to discuss and share insights OST able to: Questions and Overhead syllabus e journal
on the VMGO of the School VMGO 1. Share their personal views and verbalize their answers projector
(CILO 1) insights /commitment to the VMGO of the Lecture Pledge
College of
commit
ment

Outcome 1. Explain the meaning of outcomes in OBE Anticipation Manila R-3


Demonstrate essential and s-Based 2. State the relationship among institutional guide Paper Oral
deep understanding of: Educatio outcomes, program outcomes, course Marker participa
-Outcomes-Based n outcomes and learning outcomes Information -tion 2
Education /search Laptop
(CILO 3) LED
Value Focus: Accountability Projector
and Openness
Demonstrate the essential Introduc The instructor will introduce the word processor lecture Laptop Group 2 3
understanding of the tion to components / applications and will discuss and Projector presenta
elements of Word Comput explain the features and uses of the word Anticipation Anticipati tion of
Processing and will apply the er processor application. guide on guide outputs
Word Processing Basic skills Will demonstrate word processing to be Questions (Rubrics)
familiarized by the students.
Will do hands-on activities
and apply the skills learned Lecture
in the following exercises:
a. Text Creation and The students will:
Manipulation 1. Be able to familiarize the basic commands and Laboratory
functions of the word processor application.
Element
b. Formatting the Text
s of
2. Be able to create some formats and designs on
c. Handling Multiple Word scratch or paper to be applied on the laboratory.
Documents Processi 3. Be able to present an output relative to word
ng processing.
d. Table Manipulation
e. Creating Flyers, Resume
and Cover Letter using MS
Word, and Printing

Describe and demonstrate Spreads The instructor will present some presentations Brainstorming Compiled T1. pp 189- Exam 2 3
the following spreadsheet heet about the application’s features, uses, notes 197 quizzes
basics: commands, definitions, etc. Questions and Power Group
Will show some examples of spreadsheet answers point presenta
a. Elements of Electronic document to be familiarized and be followed by presentati tion
Spreadsheet the students. on
Sample
b. Manipulation of Cells and Lecture exercise
Formatting The Students will: Laboratory
1. Be able to write in their journals about what T2. pp 170-
c. Providing Formulas and have been discussed by the instructor about the 181
Creating Chart spreadsheets to be familiarized.

d. Spreadsheets for small


accountings

Demonstrate how to print T1. Pp 214


the documents - 227
Demonstrate the Making The instructor will introduce the features and Lecture Compiled T2. 205- 2 3
understanding of the basics Present uses of the application. notes 255
skills in presentation. ations Will create and show some basic presentations to Power
be followed by the students and will give the Laboratory point
Will do the following hands- students some quizzes about the discussions. presentati
on exercises: on
a. Making Presentations Lecture Handouts T3. Pp 54-
pictures 70
b. Creation of Presentation The students will: Constructing
1. Be able to write into their journals about the
c. Preparation of Slides some features, commands and uses of the
presentation application that has been given to
d. Providing Aesthetics them by their instructor. Group
Presentation
e. Slide Manipulation and
Slide Show

f. Presentation of Slides
Grading System:

ASSESSMENT: FOR COURSES WITHOUT LABORATORY ASSESSMENT: FOR COURSES WITH LABORATORY
FOR LECTURE (40%) FOR LABORATORY
Type of assessment Weight Type of Assessment Weight Type of Assessment Weight

Quizzes 30% Quizzes 30% Quizzes 20%


Participation 20% Participation 20% Participation 10%
Projects/Assignment 20% Projects/Assignment 20% Projects/Assignment 40%
Term Examinations 30% Term Examinations 30% Term Examinations 30%

Total 100% Total 100% Total 100%

Final Grade = Prelim 30% + Midterm 30% + End Term 40% = 100%

Course Requirements:
1. Regular Class Attendance
2. Quizzes
3. Term Exams
4. Oral participation
5. Practical Exams
6. Practical Activities

References:
1. https://www.gcflearnfree.org/computerbasics/
2. https://www.ctdlc.org/remediation/indexComputer
3. https://cce.sydney.edu.au/course/BCEI
4. https://cs.nyu.edu/courses/spring07/V22.0004-005/lectures/pfaff_6_ppt_01.ppt