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Course Name Rhythmic Activity (P.E.

112 )
Course Credits 2 Units
This course provides students with an opportunity to gain knowledge on the historical development,
experience the different warm-up and rhythmic exercises, and demonstrate partner/group dance choreography
and composition in time with rhythm. Furthermore, this course also intends to appreciate the values of dancing
Course Description
and encourage self-discovery, spontaneous interaction and experiences that will surely bring direct
satisfaction and pleasure.

Contact Hours/week 2 Hours


Prerequisite PE 111
At the end of the course the students are expected the following competencies:

1. Provide information about Gender and Development


2. Gain knowledge and understanding on the historical development of dance.
3. Execute the fundamental skills in dancing correctly.
Course Objectives 4. Perform a simple ballroom dance composition.
5. Demonstrate self-confidence through dancing.
6. Display knowledge and understanding by passing the quizzes and practical examination.
7. Show appreciation by attending the class regularly.
8. Participate in the culminating activity or final examination at the end of semester

Course outline and Timeframe


Course Content/Subject Matter
Orientation
 Check the registration
 Introduce the teacher and classmates
 Class Rules
Week 1-2 (4 Hours)
 Grading System
 Requirements
 Physical Education Safety

Unit I DANCE BRIEF HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT


Week 3 (2 Hours)  History of the dance
 Reasons why people dance
 Significant features of the dance as an art form.
Unit II Types of Dance
 Folk
 Ballet
 Tap
 Modern Dance
Week 4 (2Hours)
 Social Ballroom
 Jazz
 Popular

Unit II Fundamental Dance Position


Week 5 (2 Hours)  Arms and feet movement
 Partners dance position
 Etiquette in dancing

Unit III Basic Body Movement


 Locomotor Movements
 Non-locomotor Movements
Week 6-10 (10 hours)  Enrichment activities

Unit IV Dance Positions


 20 Dance Positions

Unit V
Unit VI Phases of Social Dance
TANGO BALLROOM DANCE
 History of Tango
 Tango Rhythm
Week 11-15 (10 hours)  Tango step variations
 Basic tango step
 Open position basic tango
 Quarter turn
 Cross step and quarter turn
 Open fan
 Corte
Unit VIII CHA- CHA BALLROOM DANCE
 History of Cha-cha
 Cha-cha Rhythm
Week 16-17 (4 hours)  Cha-chastep variations
 Basic step
 Right break
 Cross over
 Cross over turn
 Chase half- turn
 Full turn
 Kick swivel

a. CULMINATING ACTIVITY

Week 18 (2 hours)

LEARNING PLAN

Teaching and
Desired Learning Assessment Task Resource
Course Content/Subject Matter Textbooks/References Learning Time Table
Outcomes (DLO) (ATs) Materials
Activities (TLAs)

Get acquainted with Orientation


teacher and  Check the registration
classmates.  Introduce the teacher and
classmates
Discussed the Gender
sensitivity and  Gender sensitivity and -group -Laptop Week 1-2
awareness RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY (4 hrs.)
awareness discussion/interactive Social interaction
Development MODULE
lecture between the teacher
and the students -LCD Projector
 Class Rules
Discussed the syllabus
and course  Grading System
requirement through
shared understanding.  Requirements
Explained the  Rules and policies inside the
Policies and class Interactive lectures Social interaction
Regulations. between the teacher Visual Aids
and the students

Unit I DANCE BRIEF HISTORY AND


Recalled the historical DEVELOPMENT -Visual aid Week 3
development of dance. (2 hrs.)
History of the dance -Individual Oral -Laptop
Discussed and -group Examination
RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY
explained the reasons Reasons why people dance discussion/interactive
MODULE
why people dance and lecture Written Quizzes -LCD Projector
its significant features Significant features of the
Dance as an art form.
Participated during
class discussion.

Identified the different Unit II Types of Dance -Visual aid Week 4


types of dance  Folk (2 hrs.)
 Ballet -Laptop
-group
Differentiated modern  Tap -Written Quizzes
discussion/interactive
dance from popular  Modern Dance RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY
lecture
dance.  Social Ballroom MODULE -Group presentation -LCD Projector
 Jazz
-graphic organizer
Took part in the  Popular
discussion.
Video
Practiced the Presentation,
fundamental dance Unit II Fundamental Dance Demonstration and Quiz, Oral, recitation Week 5
position with the Position RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY class participation Project Laptop, LCD (2 hrs.)
rhythm of the music.  Arms and feet movement MODULE
 Partners dance position Projector
Achieved proficiency in  Etiquette in dancing -
learning the skills
according to set
standards.

Observed care to
ensure safety while
performing.

Identified the different Group presentation Video


body movements Demonstration and Presentation,
Unit III Basic Body Movement RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY class participation demonstration/perform Week 6-10
Demonstrated the MODULE Laptop, LCD (10 hrs.)
 Locomotor Movements
different movements  Non-locomotor Movements
with grace. Projector
 Enrichment activities
Appreciated the
movements in simple
dance steps.
Demonstration and
class participation Video
Unit IV Dance Positions Presentation,
Identified the different  20 Dance Positions Practical Examination
dance positions.  Basic tango step demonstration/perform Laptop, LCD
 Open position basic RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY
Enumerated the tango MODULE Projector
different dance  Quarter turn
positions by actively  Cross step and quarter
participate during class turn
demonstration.
 Open fan
Executed and
 Corte
performed the 20
dance positions by
partner. MIDTERM
MIDTERM EXAMINATION MIDTERM MIDTERM MIDTERM
MIDTERM MIDTERM EXAMINATION EXAMINATION EXAMINATION EXAMINATION EXAMINATION
EXAMINATION

Unit V
Discussed the history Unit VI Phases of Social Dance Week 11-15
of tango. TANGO BALLROOM DANCE RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY Demonstration and demonstration/perform Video (10 hrs.)
 History of Tango MODULE class participation Practical Examination Presentation,
Familiarized and  Tango Rhythm
understand the rhythm  Tango step variations Laptop, LCD
variations of tango.
Projector
List down the step
variations in tango.

Participated during
class demonstration.

Executed and perform


the tango dance
variations by partner
with music.
Video
RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY Demonstration and Presentation, Week16-17
Unit VIIMERENGUE BALLROOM MODULE class participation demonstration/perform (4 hrs.)
Discussed the history DANCE Group presentation Laptop, LCD
of merengue.  History of Merengue
 Merengue Rhythm Projector
Familiarized and  Merengue step variations
understand the rhythm  Basic side step
variations of  Box step
merengue.  Box turn
 Cross step
List down the step  Ladder
variations in merengue.
 Swivel
 Side step and back
Participated during
break
class demonstration.

Executed and perform


the merenguedance
variations by partner
with music.
Discussed the Unit VIII CHA- CHA BALLROOM
history of Cha-cha. DANCE Week 18 (2
2. Familiarized and  History of Cha-cha hours)
understand the  Cha-cha Rhythm
rhythm variations of  Cha-chastep variations
demonstration
Cha-cha.  Basic step
mastery of the subject.
3. List down the  Right break
step variations in  Cross over
Cha-cha.  Cross over turn
4. Participated in  Chase half- turn
class  Full turn
demonstration.  Kick swivel Practical Exam
communicate clear
5. Executed and Video
learning goals for the
performed the Cha- Presentation,
lessons that are
cha dance
appropriate for
variations by RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY Laptop, LCD
learners
partner with music. MODULE
Projector

Choreographed a Unit IX BALLROOM DANCE


simple ballroom dance. COMPOSITION

Dance in timing with


the music.

Show concern for


others when
demonstrating.

CULMINATING
Students are expected to complete all class activities, complete exams as scheduled, and turn in all assignments on time. Failure to do so
Course Requirements may result in the loss of points. Minimum requirements to met by the students should include demonstrating adequate achievement of the
learning objectives listed above.

10% Attendance, Uniform, Behavior 10% Attendance, Uniform, Behavior


10% Projects 10% Projects
20% Group Output 20% Individual Output (Practical Exam, Quiz)
Grading System 20% Individual Output/Reports (Practical Exams) 20% Group Output
40% Major Exam (Mid-Term and Unit Exams) 40% Final Culminating (Class Tournament)

100% x 50% Mid-Term Grades 100% x 50% Final Term Grades

Students shall not be absent exceeding to 10% of the total number of hours allotted for the course.

Students shall engage themselves in group research works and other related activities with the use of technology and up-to-the date
strategies for presentations, classroom discussion and group output.
Classroom Policies
Quizzes and Unit tests are either announced or unannounced.

Mid-term and Finals shall be followed as scheduled.


Republic of the Philippines
ZAMBOANGA CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Physical Education Department
R. T. Lim Blvd., Baliwasan, Zamboanga City

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)


SYLLABUS/INSTRUCTORS GUIDE

ZCSPC As the leading provider of globally-competitive human resources.


Vision
Provide effective and efficient services through advance technological studies and researches for the
empowerment of the nation’s human resources.

Mission
Globally competitive graduates who can perform advanced technological competencies in their field of
Institutional Outcomes specialization.

 To be the premier in sports, competition, culture and arts and recreation.


 To establish a scientific sport training tool for athletes.
 To promote community involvement in pursue of healthy lifestyle and wellness.
Goals  To create avenues to support ZCSPC income generating program.
 To develop assessment system to provide potential P.E. students with the necessary training skills
General education is the portion of the curriculum common to all undergraduate students regardless of their
major. Thus, it is distinct from specialized learning. The students must be able to:

Program Outcomes
A B C D E
1. Demonstrate in depth understanding of the development of
√ √ √ √ √
adolescent learners.
2. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the
√ √ √ √ √
secondary curriculum.
3. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the secondary level to
√ √
enhance teaching and learning.
4. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to
√ √ √ √
measure secondary learning outcomes.
5. Construct and utilize appropriate technology supported
instructional materials which enhance teaching and learning in the √ √ √
secondary school.

COURSE OUTCOMES MAPPED TO PROGRAM OUTCOMES A B C D E

Upon completion of this course , students will be able to: √ √ √ √ √


1. Recognize the different needed in playing Badminton.
2. Identify the different equipment in Badminton. √ √ √ √ √
3. Practice and Develop the skills learned through enrichment √ √
Course Outcomes Activities and by applying the rules of the game.
4. Achieve proficiency in learning the skills according to set √ √ √ √
standards.
5. Interpret simple rules applied in playing the games. √ √

Show enthusiasm in actual games by applying the rules learned. √ √ √ √
6. Show concern for others when playing
Republic of the Philippines
ZAMBOANGA CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Physical Education Department
R. T. Lim Blvd., Baliwasan, Zamboanga City

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION
(OBE) SYLLABUS
PREPARED BY: REVIEWED BY:
RONEL SANJUAN PEROMINGAN MRS. EMIE S. MISIL
Visiting Lecturer Asst. Director, Physical Education Dept.

APPROVED BY:

MA. CHRISTINA G. WEE, MSPE


Director, Physical Education Department