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COURSE SYLLABUS

GENERAL EDUCATION

VISION A globally competitive institution, faithful to the teachings and tradition of the Catholic Church working together towards the total
development of the person following the examples of St. Arnold Janssen and St. Joseph Freinademetz.
MISSION To develop and enhance the capabilities of the person to become witness to the Word and responsive to the demands of the society
GOALS 1. Global Competence
2. Cultural Preservation
3. Academic Excellence
4. SVD Spirituality
CORE VALUES Integrity, Social Responsibility, Excellence, Evangelization
Course Title TOUR LAWS, LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY AND TAXATION

Course Code

School Year and Semester School Year 2019-2020 First Semester


Faculty
Course Pre-Requisites
Course Description
This course is aimed at the mastery of codal provisions and decided cases by the Supreme Court relative to the course.

Link to Program Outcomes Understand the history of the legal systems of the world and discusses the main legal traditions, specially the distinctions between the civil
law tradition and the common law tradition

Course Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate ability of making decisions regarding cases by applying knowledge about the relevant legal provisions; and
2. Interpret and discuss concepts and legal maxims.
WEEK COURSE OUTCOME TOPIC TEACHING/ LEARNING ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT

1st – 3rd INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM 1. Lecture and Class discussion Non Bearing
1. Identify and
LAWS Timeline to be evaluated using a set of rubrics.
understand the sources  Law, its role in society 2. Analysis of news articles and Essay to be evaluated using a set of rubrics.
of law  Law, defined relevant cases
 Law and Morals
 Law, its general classification
 Law, its general

4th-5th Understand the relevant THE PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION Interactive lecturing Academic Presentations will be based on a
provisions of the 1987 uniform format to be evaluated using certain
Recitation
Constitution criteria
Understand relevant
provisions of the Civil
Rubrics for dramatization will be provided by
Code
the instructor and will be evaluated using a set
of rubrics.

Quizzes

6th-7th  THE LAW ON Discussion of cases and court Summative Test


OBLIGATIONS AND decisions relative to the topic.
CONTRACTS
 THE LAW ON
PARTNERSHIP AND Interactive lecturing
CORPORATION
8th-11th Identify the government  THE TOURISM PUBLIC Discussion with examples Graded Recitation
agencies regulating the SECTOR
Recitation Quizzes
tourism industry  LAWS REGULATING
TRANSPORTATION
Identify and understand
ESTABLISHMENTS
relevant laws relating to
accommodation
establishments and
travel and tour services
9th-12th  LAWS REGULATING Interactive Lecturing Graded recitation
Identify the requirements ACCOMODATION
Analysis of Court decisions relative to the topic
of the Government in ESTABLISHMENTS
entering the Philippines

11th-13th  FORMALITIES OF ENTRY IN Analysis and Interpretation of Academic Presentations will be based on a
AND EXIT FROM THE examples uniform format to be evaluated using certain
Identify and understand PHILIPPINES criteria
various special laws
affecting tourism industry
Graded Recitation

14th- 15th  SPECIAL TOPICS Summarizing of Topics Graded Recitation


 RELATED PROVISIONS OF
THE TAXATION CODE Interactive Lecturing
.
Course References  Philippine Tourism laws, Cabulay, D. & Carpio, 2011
Additional References  Students can use other resources with higher priority on printed materials and published books and researches.
Course Policies:
1. Students are allowed 11 absences for MWF classes and 7 for TTH classes inclusive of tardiness. Excessive absences shall result to a grade of FA (Failure
due to absences).
2. Cellular or mobile phones are not allowed during class hours. They should be in silent mode.
3. Honesty is the rule during examination. Cheating is not allowed at all times. It will merit a grade of zero (0).
4. Any complaints regarding teaching, grades, etc. against the teacher or classmates related to the course should be properly addressed to the professor.

Grading System

Prelim 12.5% Class Standing:


Midterm 25%
Pre-Final 12.5% a. Recitation 10%
Final 25% b. Quizzes 10%
Class Standing 25% c. Class Attendance 5%
100% 25%

Consultation Period

ASSESSMENT
COURSE PERFORMANCE EVIDENCES OF PERFORMANCE
OUTCOMES INDICATORS PERFORMANCE STANDARD
1. Master the different legal maxims Submit compilations, case analysis and Following a set of rubrics, students are 75% minimum compliance to all course
reviews of relevant court cases and news expected to accomplish and/or present requirements; all outputs shall be
articles the following: evaluated thru a rubric
2. Demonstrate ability of making
decisions regarding cases by  compilations, court cases
applying knowledge about the analysis and news reviews
relevant legal provisions
They will also have to comply with and
pass the major examinations and graded
recitation

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