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CvSU Vision Republic of the Philippines CvSU Mission


The premier universityin Cavite State University shall provide
historic Cavite recognized for CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY excellent, equitable and relevant educational
excellence in the development Don Severino de las Alas Campus opportunities in the arts, science and
of globally competitive and Indang, Cavite technology through quality instruction and
morally upright individuals. relevant research and development activities.
It shall produce professional, skilled and
morally upright individuals for global
competitiveness.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets:

TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations, class activities and in the development of projects.

EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence, punctuality, diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks, class performance
Core Values and other course requirements.

SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect, rapport, fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the
community.
In addition, they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity.

The College shall endeavor to achieve the following goals:

1. Develop competent, critically-minded and morally-disciplined students and graduates who can meet the demands and challenges of the
national and global markets;
Goals of the 2. Conduct researches that contribute to the theory and practice in the arts and sciences and relevant to the institutional, regional, and
College/ national and global standards;
Campus 3. Extend direct and indirect services to target clientele and be a partner of government and non-government entities in community and
development; and
4. Develop partnership nationally and internationally with government and non-government agencies to improve and/or enhance the college’s
existing resources and services.

Objectives The department shall endeavor to:

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of the
Department 1. To continuously upgrade the standard of teaching towards the realization of intended development of major courses
in Social Sciences and Humanities;
2. To continuously raise the quality of academic services to the students by finishing master’s and doctoral studies and constantly
participating in trainings and seminars; and
3. To vigorously align the Department’s commitment with that of the university’s vision of molding globally competitive and morally upright
individuals.

Program Educational Objectives (based on the program CMO)

The Biological Science Department aims to:

1. Equip students with strong foundation in Biological Sciences which enable them to fully understand allied sciences;
2. Train students in scientific methods of acquiring knowledge essential in promoting science and technology in the society;
3. Conduct basic applied researches relevant to college trust and provide extension services to target clientele by providing them information and
technology.

COURSE SYLLABUS
1st Semester, AY 2018-2019
Course Course Lecture _/_
SOSC3B Introduction to Behavioral Science Type Credit Units 3
Code Title Laboratory ___
Course The course deals with basic principle, theories, concepts, and processes of human behavior including social, cultural, and psychological
Description bases of contemporary Philippine condition.
Pre- Lecture: ______________________________
None Course Schedule TTh
requisites Laboratory: ______________________________
Student Outcomes and Relationship to Program Educational Objectives
Program Educational Objectives (based on the
Program/Student Outcomes (based on the program CMO) program CMO)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The students should:
a. Understand terminologies in Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology. / / /
b.
Explain basic principles, theories, concepts, and processes of involved behavior in / / /
employment context.
c.
To analyze the importance/significance of Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology / / /
to their fields of profession and one’s daily activities.

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d.
To reflect with different basic principles, theories, concepts, and processes of / / /
behavior.
e.
To apply the learned knowledge to real life and become globally competitive and / / /
morally upright individual.
Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes
Program Outcomes Addressed by the Course Program Outcomes Code
After completing this course, the students must be able to: a b c d e f g
1. Produce technically competent and scientifically oriented graduates. D D D D D
2. Conduct evidence based research and extension services. I I E D D
3. Establish strong linkage with non-government organizations, other
government entities and the community at large for the realization of I I I I D
common goals.
*Level : I-Introductory E- Enabling D-Demonstrative
COURSE COVERAGE
No. of Hours Outcomes-based
Intended Learning Teaching and Learning
Topic Resources Needed Assessment
Lec Lab Outcomes (ILO) Activities (TLA)
(OBA)
After the completion of the I.
chapter, students should Nature of Behavioral Science Lecture/Discussion Reference book quiz
be able to: Definition of Behavioral Science
1.Acquire in-depth Interactive discussion Lecture in powerpoint Recitation
understanding of Behavioral Classification of Behavior through related activities presentation
Science as a Social Science
Discipline. Importance of Studying Class recitation Projector
3 2.Know the importance of Behavioral Science
studying Behavioral Science Board and Chalk or
and its contribution to Methods of Studying Behavioral Marker
society. Science
3.Discuss the major
Theoretical Perspective in
Behavioral Science

After the completion of the II.


chapter, students should Human Development Discussion and Reference book Quiz
be able to: A. Reproduction interaction
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1.Recognize and memorize B. Heredity Lecture in powerpoint Group Activity
the Stages of Human a. Motor Development Class recitation presentation
Development. b. Social Development Debate

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2.Identify and discuss the c. Cognitive Projector
aspects of Human Development
Development. d. Moral Development Board and Chalk or
e. Psychosexual Marker
Development
f. Psychosocial
Development
After the completion of the III.
chapter, students should Memory and Learning Interactive discussion Reference book
be able to: Role Play
1.Discuss the meaning of A. Learning Groupings Lecture in powerpoint
learning. 1. Definition presentation Reflection paper
2.Know the types of learning. 2. Theories of Recitation
3.Learn the theories of Learning Projector Conduct a survey
learning. 3. Classical Proposed Research about learning
4.Discuss the meaning of Conditioning Video clip strategies of
memory. 4. Operant Discussion and college students
5.Know the types of memory. Conditioning comparative analysis of
6.Learn the theories of 5. Connectionism values from different Board and Chalk or
forgetting and remembering. 6. Social Learning perspective Marker Reaction paper
7. Insight Learning
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8. Learning Process
9. Elements of
Learning
10. Variables of
Learning
11. Learning Curve
12. Features of
Efficient Learning

B. Memory
1. Types of
memory
2. Forgetting
3. Remembering
After the completion of the IV.
chapter, students should Nature of Personality Discussion and
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be able to: interaction Reference book Comparing and
1.Identify the theories of Theories of Personality contrasting

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Personality. 1. Trait theories Class recitation Lecture in powerpoint theories of
2.Discuss the functions of 2. Type theories presentation personality
Theories of Personality 3. Psychoanalytic theories Group Discussion
4. Behaviorist theories Projector Film analysis
5. Cognitive theories
6. Psychosocial theories Film showing
7. Humanistic theories
8. Biopsychological theories
After the completion of the V.
chapter, students should A. Development of Social Self Discussion and Reference book Quiz
be able to: 1.Function of Agencies interaction
1. Discuss the meaning of 2.Agencies of Socialization Lecture in powerpoint Group Presentation
socialization. Class recitation presentation
2.Discuss the functions of B. Social Groups
6 socialization. 1. Concept of Group Group Projector
3.Internalize the importance 2. Factors that influence Discussion/Activity
of socialization in personality groups Board and Chalk or
development. 3. Classification of Groups Marker
4. Importance of Groups

After the completion of the VI.


chapter, students should Concept of Society Discussion and Reference book Reaction Paper
be able to: interaction
1.Gain in-depth a. Characteristics of culture Lecture in powerpoint
understanding of culture as a b. Elements of culture Class recitation presentation
concept. c. Filipino values
2.Analyze and respect Group Projector
diversities of culture in Discussion/Activity
different society. Board and Chalk or
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3.Explain the characteristics Marker
of culture
4. Discuss the meaning of
Values.
5. Know the qualities of
values.
6. Compare and contrast
Filipino values from different
perspectives.

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After the completion of the VII. Reference book
chapter, students should Social Change Discussion and Research paper
be able to: interaction Lecture in powerpoint about possible
1.Determine social issues Current issues and social presentation ways of helping,
which need attention and problems Class recitation educating, and
solution 1. Definition of street Projector minimizing the
2.Think of ways to solve children Group prevalence of
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social concerns 2. Reasons why children Discussion/Activity Board and Chalk or street children.
are on the street Marker
3. Difficulties and
problems on the
street
4. Why social problems
occur
After the completion of the VIII.
chapter, students should Family Planning Discussion and Reference book Interview of a
3 be able to: interaction family and paper
1.Understand the importance 1. Definition of family Lecture in powerpoint output
of family planning. planning Class recitation presentation
2.Learn the different 2. Methods of family debate
methods of family planning. planning Group Projector
3.Recognize the worth of a. Natural method Discussion/Activity
having a planned family. b. Artificial method Board and Chalk or
Marker

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Suggested Lecture Requirements:


1. Mid-Term Examination
2. Final Examination
3. Quizzes/Seat works/Recitations
4. Class Reporting/Reaction Paper
5. Assignments
6. Class or Group Project (Term Paper/Project Design/Case Study/Feasibility Study/Culminating Activity/Portfolio)
7. Class Attendance

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Suggested Laboratory Requirements:
1. Laboratory Reports
2. Individual Performance
3. Quizzes
4. Mid-Term Examination
5. Final Examination
6. Attendance

*All exams must follow a Table of Specifications (TOS) and Rubrics for evaluation of student’ performance or projects.

GRADING SYSTEM
A. Grading system for 2 units lecture and 1 unit laboratory (i.e. DCIT 21; 3 units; Lec - 2 hrs& Lab - 3 hrs)
Lecture – 60%
Laboratory – 40%

B. Grading system for 1 unit lecture and 2 units laboratory(i.e. DCIT 22; 3 units; Lec-1 hr& Lab - 6 hrs)
Lecture – 40%
Laboratory – 60%

C. Grading system for 2 units lecture and 3 units laboratory (i.e. ELEX 50; 5 units; Lec – 2 hrs& Lab – 9 hrs)
Lecture – 30%
Laboratory – 70%

STANDARD TRANSMUTATION TABLE FOR ALL COURSES

96.7 – 100.0 1.00


93.4 – 96.6 1.25
90.1 -93.30 1.50
86.7 – 90.0 1.75
83.4 – 86.6 2.00
80.1 – 83.3 2.25
76.7 – 80.0 2.50
73.4 – 76.6 2.75
70.00 – 73.3 3.00
50.0-69.9 4.00
Below 50 5.00
INCPassed the course but lack some requirements.
DroppedIf unexcused absence is at least 20% of the Total Class Hours.
Total Class Hours/Semester: (3 unit Lec – 54 hrs; 2 unit Lec – 36 hrs)

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(1 unit Lab – 54 hrs; 2 units Lab – 108 hrs; 3 units Lab – 162 hrs)

CLASS POLICIES
A. Attendance
Students are not allowed to have 20% or more unexcused absences of the total class hours; otherwise, they will be graded as “DROPPED”.

B. Classroom Decorum
Students are required to:
1. wear identification cards and the prescribed uniform at all times;
2. turn off or put in silent mode cellular phones during class hours;
3. clean the classroom before and after classes;
4. avoid unnecessary noise that might disturb other classes;
5. practice good manners and right conduct at all times;
6. practice gender sensitivity and awareness inside the classroom; and
7. come to class on time.

C. Examination/ Evaluation
1. Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.
2. Mid-term and Final Examinations are scheduled.
3. Cheating is strictly prohibited. A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of”0” for the first offense. For the second offense, the
student will be automatically given a failing grade in the subject.
4. Students who will miss a mid-term or final examination, a laboratory exercise or a class project may be excused and allowed to take a special
exam, conduct a laboratory exercise or pass a class project for any of the following reasons:
a. participation in a University/College-approved field trip or activity;
b. due to illness or death in the family; and
c. due to force majeure or natural calamities.

REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS


References:

A. Textbook: Aguirre, F.U., et.al (2011). IntroductionTo Psychology. Malabon Ciuty. Mutya Publishing House
Brion, J.C. et. Al (2006) General Psychology. Malabon City. Mutya Publishing.
Bustos, A. S. et.al (1999) Introduction to Psychology. Quezon City. Katha Publishing Company Inc.
Eagler, B. (2006) Personality Theories. Houghton Mifflin.
Santrock, J. W. (2005) Psychology. New York. McGraw Hill Companies Inc.

B. Laboratory Manual (if with laboratory)

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C. Reference Books (must be found in the Library or Reading Room)
D. Electronic References (E-books/Websites)

REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of Revision
Number
2 August 6, 2018 August 6, 2018 to December 2018 format

Prepared by: Evaluated by: Approved:

JEZREEL DEL ESPIRITU SANTO, MAEd GIL D. RAMOS, MAHisto BETTINA JOYCE P. ILAGAN, PhD
Instructor Department Chairperson College/Campus Dean
CP # 09064536127 Department of Social Sciences and Humanities College of Arts and Sciences
E-mail E-mail Address:_______________________ Date Approved: ________________________
Address:jezreeld.e.santo@gmail.com Date Evaluated:_________________________
Date Prepared: August 13, 2018

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