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Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Sasa, Davao City

AY. 2018-2019

Prof Ed 3 – Child and Adolescent Learners and Learning Principles
Course Title Child and Adolescent Learners and Learning Principles
Course Description This course is designed to measure the competencies in content and test-taking skills of the
graduating teacher-education students. Focusing topics include Basic concepts in English,
Filipino, Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, and ICT.
Course Credits 3 units
Contact Hours/week 3 hours a week
Prerequisite Passed all General Education subjects
Course Objectives 1. Enhance mastery of the Gen. Ed subjects
(Learning Outcomes) 2. Strengthen content knowledge in Gen. ed.
3. Acquire test-taking techniques in licensure examination
2. Acquire a deep and wide knowledge-base in the field of General Education.
3. Effectively apply comprehension, analysis, and test-taking skills.
Course Outline
Week Topic
1 Study and Thinking Skills/ Writing in the Discipline
2-3 Speech and Oral Communication
4 Philippine Literature, Masterworks of the World
5 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino,
6 Pgbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik, Masining na Pamamahayag
7-8 Fundamentals of Math, Plane Geometry
9-10 Elementary Algebra, Statistics and Probability
11-12 General Biology
13-14 Physical Science, Earth Science
15 Philippine Government New Constitution with Human Rights, Economics, Taxation, Land Reform,
and Cooperative, Society and Culture with Family Planning
16 Philippine History, Rizal and other Heroes
17-18 Philosophy, Humanities, General Psychology, ICT
Lecture Equipment DLP Projector
Learning Resources (e.g. Comprehensive LET Reviewer Based on NCBTS and Table of Specifications for General Education.
Textbooks and References) (2011). Lorimar Publishing, Inc.
Suggested Readings and 1.
Online References 2. › Licensure Examination for Teachers
Course Requirements 1. Pre-Test, Battery tests, and Post Test
2. Study guides

Grading System 10 % Performance 10% pretest

5 % Assignments 75% post-test
15 % Quizzes 15% battery test
70 % Periodic Exams
100% Total
Classroom Policies Students are expected to:
 attend the competency enhancement class
 observe house rules during class.
 acquire the book or photocopy of the reference.
 come to class prepared
 monitor his/her own academic standing.
 attend classes ready with all the required materials for reading, viewing, listening
and for other activities.
 communicate with the teacher for any relevant matter.
Consultation Hours MW 4:00-5:00pm
Prepared by:

Allan A. Magsipoc, LPT Date: November, 2017


Checked by: Approved by:

Joan Mae S. Espinosa, LPT, MAEd Marieta A. Muñez, Ed.D.

Dean, College of Teacher Education
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