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MAPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

School of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences


VISION shall be an international center of excellence in technology education by: Providing instructions that are current in content and state-of-the art in delivery; Engaging in cutting-edge research; and Responding to the big local and global technological challenges of the times

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MISSION a) The mission of Mapa Institute of Technology is to disseminate, generate, preserve and apply scientific, engineering, architectural and IT knowledge. b) The Institute shall, using the most effective means, provide its students with professional and advanced scientific and engineering, architectural and information technology education through rigorous and upto-date academic programs with ample opportunities for the exercise of creativity and the experience of discovery. c) It shall implement curricula that, while being steeped in technologies, shall also be rich in the humanities, languages and social sciences that will inculcate ethics. d) The Institute shall advance and preserve knowledge by undertaking research and reporting on the results of such inquiries. e) The Institute, singly or in collaboration with others, shall bring to bear the world's vast store of knowledge in science, engineering and other realms on the problems of the industry and the community in order to make the Philippines and the world a better place. PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES a 1. To Provide students with solid foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, physics and general chemistry and their application to engineering, architecture and other related disciplines. 2. To compliment the technical training of the students with proficiency in oral and written communications. 3. To instill in the students human values and cultural refinement through the humanities and social sciences. 4. To inculcate high ethical standards in the students through its integration in the learning activities. MISSION b c d e

COURSE SYLLABUS
1. Course Code 2. Course Title 3. Pre-requisite 4. Co-requisite : RZL 10 : RIZAL (Rizals Works and the Writings of other Filipino Heroes) : none : none

5. Credit/ Class Schedule : 3 units 6. Course Description : This course focuses on the critical analysis of Jose Rizals life and ideas as reflected in his biography, novels (Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo) and his other writings. The course also provides the students value based reference for reacting to certain ideas and behavior as reflected in Jose Rizals essays, poems and anecdotes. The course also includes the analysis of biographies and selected writings of other Filipino heroes like, Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Claro M. Recto, etc.
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. 7. Program Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives Program Educational Objectives 1 2 3 4

Program Outcomes An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to (b) analyze and interpret data An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet (c) desired needs (a) (d) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams (e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

(f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility (g) An ability to communicate effectively The broad education necessary to understand the impact of (h) engineering solutions in a global and societal context A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life(i) long learning (j) A knowledge of contemporary issues (k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

8. Course Objectives and Relationship to Program Outcomes: Course Objectives The students should be able to: a b 1. assess the social, political and educational significance of R.A. 1425. 2. justify the proclamation of Dr. Jose P. Rizal as the National Hero of the Philippines. 3. infer from the heros works and social, political, religion, cultural and educational ideas which are still relevant to the present times. 4. deduce from the attributes and values of Rizal and his fellow compatriots abroad the strengths and weaknesses of the Filipino character. 5. describe and value the construction of other Filipino heroes to freedom and independence of the nation. 6. clarify conflicting issues on Rizal raised by pro and anti Rizal groups. 7. reconstruct through vivid description the local and international scenario during Rizals times and explain how these conditions contribute in making Rizal a great hero.
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8. accept social responsibility in the spirit of genuine as exemplified by Rizal and other Filipino heroes. 9. narrate in chronological order the travels of Rizal and give his impression of every place or destination. 10. compare and contrast Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo with regards to: a. theme e. characterization b. message f. ending c. dedication g. social relevance d. plot h. superiority 11. list down from the three essays of Rizal the contemporary social issues confronting the Philippines in particular and the world in general 12. contextualize the significant contributions of other Filipino heroes to democracy and independence by defining the role each one played in the nations building. 9. Course Coverage :
Week 1 Topics A. Orientation B. The Significance of R.A. 1425 1. (Rizal Law) as a mandated subject 2. Concept of a hero 3. Was Rizal an American Sponsored Hero? 4. Who made Rizal our Foremost Hero and Why? By E. De Ocampo Film: The Life of A Hero A. The World during Rizals Times 1. International events that could have influenced Rizal s developing philosophies 2. Local Conditions during Rizals Times 3. Excerpts and epigrams from Sucessos delas Islas Filipinas B. The Advent of A Hero 1. Rizals Ancestry: Ref: Zaide 2. Childhood Days in Calamba 3. Education in BinanScholasticTruimph in Colegio de Ateneo Ref.Rizals Works and Writings by: Zaide 4. Medical Studies at UST a) Un Recuerdo A Mi Pueblo Epigrams To thee are my fervent vows, To thee I cease not to sigh These to learn, and I call to the sky To have thy sincerity b) My First Inspiration , epigram While the crystalline murmurs glistens Hear you thee the accents strong Struck from my lyre, listen! To my loves first song.

Methodology Socialized Recitation Lecture and Discussion

Assessment Reaction Paper on R.A. 1425 Journal writing

Film showing Brainstorming Values integration Sharing Panel Discussion Poem interpretation Values integration Dramatization

Reflection Paper Museum/s visits Journal writing Essay evaluation Family Tree Activity QUIZ 1

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c) To The Filipino Youth, Epigrams: Grow, O timid flower Hold high the brow serene Youth, where now you stand Fair hope of my fatherland Day, O happy day Fair Filipinas, for thy land! So bless the power today That places in thy way This favor and this fortune grand d) Amor Patrio: Selected epigrams First trip abroad in Sunny Spain A. The writing and publication of Noli Me Tangere Ref. Rizal : Filipino Nationalist Party and Martyr by: Austin Coates 1. Storm over the Noli 2. Grand tour with viola 3. First homecoming 4. Hongkong, Macao, USA A. To My Fellow Children Epigram: Who ever knows not how to love his native tongue Is worse than any beast or evil smelling fish B. Misfortunes in Madrid 1. Biarritz and Nellie Boustead 2. The writing and publication of El Filibusterismo ref. Zaide 3. Mi Piden Versos: epigram You bid me now to strike the lyre That mute and tron so long has lain And yetbI can not wake the strain. So press no more that pleabof thine For songs of love from out a heart That coldly lies a thing a part. Go forth, and spread around it s flame From sone to zone with glad acclaim And earthbto heaven together binds. A. Through EducationOur Motherland Receives Light :Epigrams The vital breath of prudent education instills a virtue of enchanting power So education reigns on lofty seat Security and peace to lands in which he lives. She offers our dear motherland the light That leads us to immortal glorys height. A. The Intimate Alliance Between Religion and Good Education Epigrams: Without Religion, Human Education Is like unto a vessel struck with words. Ref: Zaide B. OphthalmicSurgeon in Hongkong, 1. Second Homecoming 2. The Story of the Moth; Epigram To sacrifice ones life for it is worthwhile ref. Zaide FGD

Poem interpretation Values integration Brain mapping Values Integration Continuous story narration Sharing Brainstorming Graded recitation Reflection writing

Recitations

Poem analysis Sharing Use of symbolism

Poem writing Museum/s visits

Poem interpretation and analysis Values integration

Poem synthesis writing Journal writing

Role playing with values integration

Essay writing

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Role playing with values integration sharing Dramatization Poem Interpretation Brainstorming Story telling Values integration

Poem Writing Multi-level artistic expressions /activities Recitation

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A. Exile in Dapitan 1. Film: Rizal Sa Dapitan 2. Last Trip Abroad A. Last Homecoming and Trial Martyrdom at Bagumbayan Ref. Rizal: The Pride of the Malay Race by :Rafael Palma B. Film: trial excerpt from Jose Rizal A. The Aftermath of the Execution 1. The Retraction Issue A. Comparative Analysis of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo Ref. Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo By. M.O. De Guzman Rizal and the Devt of Nat. Cons. By: Romero and Sta Romana A. In-depth analysis of Rizals My Last Farewell Selected epigrams: Beloved creatures all, farewell! In death there is rest! A. Hymn To Labor Epigram: For our country in war For our country in peace The Filipino will be ready While he lives and when he dies Ref:Dela Cruz,W. & Zulueta B. Hymn To Talisay Epigram: We are youth not long on earth But our souls are free from sorrow Calm, strong men well be tomorrow Who can guard our families rights. A. A Letter To The Young Women of Malolos: Selected epigrams 1. No longer does the Filipinas stand with her head bowed nor does she spends her time on her knees. 2. Prudence does not consist in blindly obeying any whim of the little tin god but only which is reasonable and just. 3. God gave each individual reason and a will to distinguish the just from the unjust. 4. Youth is the flower-bed that is to bear rich fruit and must accumulate wealth for its descendents. 5. Maturity is the fruit of infancy and the infants is formed on the lap of its mother. 6. The tyranny of some is possible only through cowardice and negligence on the part of others. 7. What makes one contemplates is lack of dignity and abject fear of him who holds one in contempt. 8. Ignorance is servitude He who loves independence must first aid his fellowmen.

Sharing Socialized Recitation AVR Film Showing Reporting

Reflection Paper

AVR Film showing Discussion Debate Comparison and Contrast Summarization

Reaction Paper

Research Paper

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Midterm Examination
6 Discussion Poetry interpretation and appreciation Tabulated summarization with emphasis on theme, dedication , and message

Sharing Brainstorming Values integration

Graded Choral reading

Discussion with guide questions

Socialized recitation

Brainstorming

Values integration

Poem analysis and interpretation

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A. A Letter To The Young Women of Malolos: Epigram: Saintliness is acts not words. No good water comes from a turbid, Bitter spring; no savory fruit comes from acrid seed. There is no grief that a brave heart can not bear and there is not bitter inheritance than that of infamy and slavery. All men are born equal, naked, no bonds. A. The Indolence of the Filipinos Ref. Zaide B. Selected epigrams A. The Philippines Through the Centuries; Ref. Zaide B. Selected epigrams A. Mi Retiro; Ref. Zaide Epigrams: You offer now, dream my gloom to appease And the years of my youth again to disclose; So I thank you, O storm and heaven born breeze To cast me back to the soil whence I rose. A. Song of A Traveller: Epigram Pilgrim, begone! And forget thine affliction Lord laughs the world and the sorrows of man, A. Science ,Virtue and Labor The duty of modern man, is to work for the redemption of humanity. Humanity can not be redeemed so long as there are oppressed peoples A. Bayaning Third World Rizal: Ang Bayani A. Speech on Luna and Hidalgo Genius knows no country, genius sprouts everywhere. The glory of genius, the splendor of the motherland. Proverbial sayings / puzzles A. Films:The Biographies and Writings of Other Filipino Heroes: Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto, Apolinario Mabini, Emilio Aguinaldo A. Other Heroes: Fr. Jose Burgos, Graciano Lopez Jaena, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, Edilberto Evangelista, Claro M. Recto, Jose Abad Santos, Macario Sacay etc.

Brainstorming Role playing Poem Internalization Team activity Recitation

Discussion with guide questions Values Integration Brainstorming FGD

Graded recitation

Prophecy writing Quiz 3

Poetry interpretation Discussion Poetry analysis Values integration Discussion with guide questions

Socialized recitation

Socialized recitation

QUIZ 4

AVR Film Showing Discussion with guide questions Interpretation or sayings/puzzles Discussion with guide questions AVR Film showing Discussion/ Interview Report

Movie Analysis/ Movie Review Socialized recitation Contest/game

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Reflection Writing

Reaction paper

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Final Examination

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10. Course Outcomes and Relationship to Course Objectives/ Program Outcomes Course Outcomes
A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to:

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Have a comprehensive understanding of Dr. Jose P. Rizal not only as a hero and martyr but also as a man, son, student, leader & reformist. Interpret Rizals life, works and writings in the context of colonial time and establish its relevance to the present. Develop a deep sense of nationalism and patriotism and a high regard for democratic ideals. Critically evaluate Rizals attitudes, values and ideas like equality, universal brotherhood, righteousness, concept of nation building, selfdiscipline and human dignity and translate them into day-to-day living. Exhibit or manifest a strong commitment to change and program through proper acquisition of leadership and cooperative skills as exemplified by Rizal himself. Appreciate and value the works and contributions of other Filipino heroes which paved the way for national freedom and independence.

11. Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component: Engineering topics 10% General education component -90 % 12. Textbook: Rizals Life, Works and Writings (The Centennial Edition) by: Gregorio F. Zaide and Sonia M. Zaide Quezon City, 1988. All Nations Publishing Co. 13. Course Evaluation :

The minimum requirement for a passing grade is 60% (120 pts) of the final grade average from the following: Quizzes Written Tasks Class Participation/Seatwork Oral Proficiency Co-curricular Activity Midterm Examination Departmental Final Examination TOTAL 40 % (80 pts) 15 % (30 pts) 10 % (20 pts) 5% (10 pts) 5 % (10 pts) 10 % (20 pts) 15% (30 pts) 100 % (200 pts)

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Aside from academic deficiency, other grounds for a failing grade are: Cheating during examinations Absences of more than 20 % of the total number of meetings in a quartermaster or seven (7) absences Failure to take the final examination with no valid excuse. 14. Other References a. b. c. d. e. Constantino, Renato. Veneration Without Understanding. Quezon City, UP Press Inc., 2001. Dela Cruz, W. & Zulueta, M. Rizal: Buhay at Kaisipan. Manila, NBS Publications 2002. Ocampo, Ambeth. Rizal Without the Overcoat (New Edition). Pasig City, anvil Publishing House 2002. Palma, Rafael. Rizal: The Pride of the Malay Race. Manila, Saint Anthony Company 2000. Romero, M.C. & Sta Roman, J. Rizal & the Development of Filipino Consciousness (Third Edition). Manila, JMC Press Inc., 2001.

15. Course Materials Made Available: Course goals and instructional objectives Course schedule for lectures and exams End of course self-assessment report 16. Committee Members: Prof. Filomena J. Berenguela Social Science Cluster Chair Prof. Benigno B. Agapito, Jr. Dr. Nestor M. Asuncion Dr. Melba M. Bergado Prof. Danilo R. Gotera Dr. Bienvenido B. Nepomuceno Prof. Gil Astrophel B. Orcena Dr. Victoria C. Perez Prof. Josephine E. Tuliao

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