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Republic of the Philippines Region IV-A CALABARZON Higher Education Department Computer Systems Technological College Inc.

Sariaya, Quezon


VISION STATEMENT Our VISION is to become a TOP TVET provider delivering a world-class standard of competency-based skills development and global training programs. MISSION STATEMENT The CSTC Computer System Technological Inc. founded as an institution holds its mission to provide leadership and connections to help students rise to the global challenge of business productivity and work competency. CSTC seeks to deliver the BEST in information and communications technology and Hotel and Restaurant Operation and Services. Behavioral maturity Educational enrichment Service Excellence Technical expertise Philosophy To effectively achieve its vision and fulfill its mission. Computer Systems Technological College Inc. is being guided by set of core values that FORMS its ideals. CSTC seeks to: Foster the highest standard of principles conduct and technical professionalism indicative of ethnical approach. Offer opportunities for personal and career growth. Respond to the call of global demand for effective workers. Motivate its teachers and students toward productivity. Sustain an environment that values creativity supports innovation

Course Code Course Title Pre-requisite Credits Faculty Email-Address Contact Number Days/Time

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NatSci 111 Physical Science none 3 units MARY GRACE M. CABILI, MaEd 09486512696 MTW /4:00-6:00

COURSE DESCRIPTION The course deals with the fundamental concepts and principles of physics, chemistry, earth and life sciences. I.

Course Objectives The purpose of this course is to introduce students to fundamental concepts of physical sciences. To provide students with various exercises, enrichment activities and practical application of the concepts for better understanding of of basic physical science concepts.

II. Course Outline Session/ Topics Week 1 Orientation of the

Strategies/Activities Discussion/ Brainstorming Socialized Recitation Research/Oral Presentation Reciprocal Questioning Multimedia Presentation Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Board Work/Drill/Seatwork Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Board Work/ Drill/Seat work Discussion /Lecture Board Work/ Drill/Seatwork Problem Solving and Analysis Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Board Work/ Seatwork/Drill Problem Solving and Analysis Discussion/Lecture/ Reporting Board Work/ Seatwork/Drill Problem solving and Analysis Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Board Work/ Seatwork/Drill Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Seatwork/Drill Discussion/Lecture Socialized Recitation Seatwork/Drill

Output/Evaluation Exercise No. 1 Written Research Output

Course/Vision/Mission Statement/Philosophy A. Introduction to Physical Science a. Definition and Basic Principles of Physical Science b. Branches of Physical Science c. Notable Physical Scientists
d. Scientist and Nature e. The Scientific Method f. Theory VS Law

B. Mathematics and Measurement a. Mathematics the Language of Science b. Measurement C. Vector and Scalar Quantities a. Scalar b. Vector
D. Motion a. Motion b. Physical Quantities c. Proportionality Graph d. Type of Motion e. Newtons Law of Motion E. Work, Power and Energy a. Work, Power and Energy b. Kinds of Energy c. Sources of Energy d. Forms of Energy e. Law of Conservation Energy f. Machines F. Matter and Energy a. The Study of Chemistry b. Classification of Matter c. Properties of Matter d. Changes in Matter e. Laws of Matter f. Energy, Heat and temperature G. Elements, Atoms and Ions a. Elements and Compounds b. Structure of Atoms c. Development of Atom d. Periodic Table e. Molecules and Atoms H. Nomenclature Compounds a. Evidences of Chemical reaction b. Chemical Equations c. Balancing Chemical Equations I. Chemical Bonding a. Chemical Bonding b. Lewis Dot Symbol/Structure c. Octet Rule d. Transfer of electrons e. Limitations of Octet Rule

Quiz No. 1 Experiment No. 1 Exercise No. 2 Quiz No. 2 Experiment No. 2 Exercise No. 3 Quiz No. 3 Experiment No. 4 Exercise No. 4 Quiz No. 4 Experiment No. 5 Exercise No. 5




Quiz No. 5 Exercise No. 6

Quiz No. 6 Exercise No. 7

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Quiz No. 7 Exercise No. 7 &8 Quiz No. 7 Exercise No. 9 Quiz No. 8




f. Sharing Electrons g. Multiple Bonds h. Differences Between Covalent and Ionic i. Polar and Non-Polar Covalent Bond J. The Earth a. The Earth Structure b. The earths Changing Surface c. The Rock Cycle d. Plate Tectonics e. The Earths Atmosphere f. Meteorology K. The Solar System a. The Solar System b. The Eight Planets c. The Sun d. The Moon FINALS

Discussion/ Brainstorming/ Reporting/multimedia Presentation Socialized Recitation Discussion/ Brainstorming/ Reporting/Multimedia Presentation Socialized Recitation

Exercise No. 10

Quiz No. 9 Experiment No. 6 Quiz No. 10

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Course Requirements IV. Grading System a. Oral and Written Output Recitation/Attendance b. Reporting Oral/Written Output c. Portfolio Quizzes/ Major Examinations d. Attendance Report/Portfolio e. Assignments Total References Any reference material can be used aside from the references listed below:

15% 25% 40% 20% 100%

A. Books Addison-Wesley. 1994 Physical Science, O.J. Johnson Calif: Adison-Wesley. Agapao, R. & Cabildo J. 2008 Physical Science, Loacn Publishing House, Manila.

Physical Science: Conceptual Understanding of Chemistry & Physics The 101 Group; Salisbury University, Dept. of Physics & Chemistry (Spring 2008 Edition).
B. E-References http// http// http// http// http// http//: physical

Prepared By: Mary Grace M. Cabili, MaEd Professor Approved: Nelson D. Mendoza President