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FILAMER CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT & TOURISM


Roxas Avenue, Roxas City, Capiz
5800 Philippine

Course Syllabus in PDPR 101

Academic Year 2014-2015

Instructor: Starlyn P. Lagsub


Office: CHRMT
Phone: 0999 873 9973
Email: star_lyn21@yahoo.com

1. DESCRIPTIVE TITLE: Personality Development with Public Relations

2. COURSE NO. : PDPR 101

3. NO. OF UNITS: 3 Units

4. OFFERING DEPARTMENT: College of Hotel and Restaurant Management and Tourism

5. COURSE DESCRIPTION Personality Development is a three-unit course designed to provide student with knowledge of the fundamental
concepts of personality. The course will explore the physical, psychological, moral and spiritual and social
characteristics or attributes, to help student understand and determine how he can minimize his personality through
the opportunities available to him. This course will also help students become professional members of the tourism
and hospitality industry or any area of work that will require them to become professional and create the distinct
advantage over the other members of his professional circle.

6. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES At the end of this course, the students are expected to:
1. Define explain and apply important terms and concepts in personality.
2. Recognize the importance and benefits in taking good care of physical, emotional and mental health, hygiene, grooming and maintaining
good posture.
3. Determine and understand the important role of following social institution; the family, peer, school and church as a major factor in the
moral development of individuals as foundation of personality.
4. Apply the basic concepts and skill in human relation, leadership, communication, good manners and decorum needed in the tourism and
hospitality industry.
5. Identify the different theories on personality development in relation to development of one’s personality.
6. Describe the intellectual, emotional, social, moral and spiritual aspects of personality.

7. COURSE CONTENT

Date Topic To Be Covered Due Dates and Other Important Dates


Week 1 An overview of the tourism and hospitality industry
Week 2 The impact of our image
Week 3 The nature and characteristics of personality
Week 4 Overview of personality development Prelim Exam
Week 5 The intellectual attributes of personality
Week 6-7 The emotional attributes of personality Midterm Exam
Week 8-9 The moral and spiritual aspects of personality
Week 10-11 The physiological and physical aspects of personality
Week 12-13 The social aspects of personality Prefinal Exam
Week 14-15 Guest relations in the tourism and hospitality industry
Week 16-17 Leadership in the tourism and hospitality industry
Week 18 Joining the tourism and hospitality industry Final Exam

8. COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (CILOs)

CILO By the end of this course, the student should be able to:
CILO 1 1. Identify the different theories on personality development in relation to development of one’s personality.
CILO 2 2. Learn the significance of personality enhancement in relation to penetrating the tourism and hospitality industry.
CILO 3 3. Practice social graces and etiquettes necessary for tourism and hospitality professionals.
CILO 4 4. Understand guest service in the tourism and hospitality industry. Apply the basic concepts and skill in human relation, leadership,
communication, good manners and decorum needed in the tourism and hospitality industry.
CILO 5 5. Learn the emotional, moral, spiritual, physiological & physical/aspect of personality

9. TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (TLAs)

CILO No. TLAs


CILO 1  The instructor will discuss the different theories on personality development in relation to development of one’s personality.
 They students will be given task to identify their own personality by taking a personality test through internet sources for them to know
themselves better.
CILO 2  The instructor will discuss significance of personality enhancement in relation to penetrating the tourism and hospitality industry using video
presentation and situational exercises.
 The students will discuss and explain the significance of personality enhancement based on their personal experiences and observations. The
students will also determine their own image as perceived by others through group activity.
CILO 3  The instructor will discuss social graces and etiquettes necessary for tourism and hospitality professionals through power point and video
presentation of do’s and dont’s of social graces, importance of body movement, gestures, eye contact and facial expression in communication.
 The students will participate in the class discussion by sharing their own perspective and observation on social graces and etiquettes.
CILO 4  The instructor will present the emotional, moral, spiritual, physiological & physical aspect of personality.
CILO 5  The instructor will present the importance of guest relations and discuss the different avenues that can be taken to find expression for positive
attributes of personality through guest relations.
 The students will identify strategies in handling customer complaint through group activity and worksheets.

10.ASSESSMENT METHODS (AMs)

Type of Assessment Methods Weighting CILOS to be Description of Assessment Tasks


addressed
Attendance 10% 1-4  Class attendance will assess and reward students’ presence inside the class for
them to be motivated to attend their classes regularly. Furthermore, students’
presence contributes to their active participation in the class.
Recitation/Class Participation 20% 1-3  Quizzes will asses the students’ comprehension of the concepts learned from
discussion and readings.
Major Examinations 50% 1-4 The examinations will test the students’ ability to:
Prelim  Define, explain and apply important terms and concepts in personality.
Midterm  Recognize the importance and benefits in taking good care of physical,
Prefinal emotional and mental health, hygiene, grooming and maintaining good
Final
posture.
 Determine and understand the important role of following social institution;
the family, peer, school and church as a major factor in the moral
development of individual as foundation of personality.
 Apply the basic concepts and skill in human relation, leadership,
communication, good manners and decorum needed in the tourism and
hospitality industry.
 Identify the different theories on personality development in relation to
development of one’s personality.
 Describe the intellectual, emotional, social, moral and spiritual aspects of
personality.
Project 10% 1-3 Papers, projects, and presentation, culminating activity are, similarly, excellent
opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning and investment in a
subject for they allow students to spend a significant amount of time preparing the
end product which focuses on the highest-level goals of the subject.

11.TEXTBOOKS/RECOMMENDED READINGS

1. Leadership and Personality Development for Tourism and Hospitality Professionals by Bernardo B. Rodolfa Jr. et. Al., Mindshapers Co., Inc., 2011
2. Personality for the Woman of Today, Reserve Edition by Santos, Amparo E. National Book Store, 2006
3. Personality for Today’s Youth Santos by Amparo E. by National Book Store, 2005
4. Personality Development and Human relation by Avelino, Solidad E. and Custodiosa A. Sanchez, Rex Book Store, 2007.
Prepared by: Endorsed by: Recommending Approval: Approved:

STARLYN P. LAGSUB, MHM JESSICA C. ESQUILLO, MMHM MARIA ANNA LISSA A. RUBA, MMHM MINNIE P. CHAN, PH.D
Instructor Chairperson, HM Dean, CHRMT VP- Academic Affair