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BESTLINK COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES

#1071 Brgy. Kaligayahan, Quirino Hi-way, Novaliches Quezon City


COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION

VISION
Bestlink College of the Philippines is committed to provide and promote quality education with a unique,
modern and research-based curriculum with delivery systems geared towards excellence.
MISSION
To produce self-motivated and self-directed individual who aims for academic excellence,
God-fearing, peaceful, healthy and productive successful citizens.

COURSE CODE: TLE 8 COURSE NAME: Introduction to CREDITS: 3 UNITS CONTACT HOURS:
Agri-Fishery Part II
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DESIGNER: NOTED BY: APPROVED TO TAKE EFFECT ON:

DR. CHARLIE I. CARIŇO

VIRGINIA P. MACAPAGAL, Ph.D. AMELIA S. ABLEN, Ph.D EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

TEXTBOOKS OTHER REFERENCE/S

1. Andrew, Ma. Patricia R. et.al, Technology & Livelihood Education in the


Global Community II 1st Edition (2010) REX Bookstore, Inc. 1. Romo, Salvador B., Horticulture: An Exploratory Course (2013) LoriMar
2. Rai, Sanita, Modern Trends & Techniques in Agriculture (2015) Randoon Publishing Inc.
Publications India 2. 36 E-Learning FZ LCC. Agricultural Crops Production: Beginner (2016)
3. Romo, Salvador B. & Catherine G. Romo, Crop Production (2014) LoriMar UAE
Publishing Inc.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is a continuation of Introduction to Agri-fishery Arts I and is focused on specialized fields in agri-fishery arts such as
agricultural crop production, animal production, aquaculture, and organic agriculture.

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

1. Acquire competencies on the production of various agricultural crops, animal production, aquaculture and organic farming.
2. Gain knowledge in nursery operations, planting, caring, and maintenance of crops.
3. Study the principles in carrying out harvest and post harvest operation.
4. Acquire basic knowledge in the methods of shrimp and fish culture.

PREREQUISITE / CO-PREREQUISITE:

GRADING SYSTEM:

Class Performance 40%

Assignment

Quizzes

Recitation / Behavior

Project / Activity 35%

Periodical Examination 25%

TOTAL 100%
COURSE INTENDED LEARNING PROGRAM INTENDED INSTITUTIONALIZED INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
OUTCOMES LEARNING OUTCOMES (SO)

1. To acquire competencies in crop 1. Demonstrate preparation of land The graduate attributes: The graduate shall have the ability to:
production and handling agricultural for planting and perform direct
crops. seeding or seedling
2. To gain necessary technique and skills in transplanting.
putting up and maintaining a nursery. GA 1. LIFE LONG LEARNERS Integrate self- motivated and self-
3. To identify ways of carrying out post directed principle.
harvest operation including marketing. 2. Manage nursery tools, maintain
4. To apply knowledge learned through a nursery facilities and conduct
propagation activities. GA 2. WELL ROUNDED
mini project of either agricultural crop
production, nursery or organic farming. PROFESSIONALS Demonstrate characteristic of a God-
5. Immersion with different institutions 3. Gain insight on record keeping: fearing, peaceful, healthy and
implementing/showcasing different kinds production and financial record. productive successful citizen
of plant or animal food production GA 3. CATALYSTS OF
4. Acquire basic knowledge in CHANGE
fishpond and shrimp culture. Perform effectively and independently
in multi-disciplinary and multi- cultural
GA 4. GLOBAL environment.
COMPETITIVE CITIZENS

Utilize quality research output that


could be applied in real- life situation
and become productive successful
citizen.
INTENDED LEARNING TOPICS TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT REFERENCE TIME
OUTCOMES LEARNING TASKS
ACTIVITIES

Prepare land/plots for planting, Prepare land for Lecture/ Discussion Asking/ answering Rai, Sunita.Modern 3 HOURS
seedling preparation and planting, conduct field through the use of situational questions, Trends and techniques
transplanting layout and perform Power Point Formative Test % in Aquaculture, 2015.
direct seeding Presentation Level of Students’
Random Publications
Performance , Group
Presentation of
Outputs: Rubrics

3
HOURS
Prepare nursery tools and Perform nursery Asking/ answering Andrew, Ma. Patricia R.
equipment maintain nursery operations: simple situational questions, et.al, Technology &
facilities and conduct equipment and nursery Interactive- lecture Group Presentation Livelihood Education in
propagation activities. facilities Group Reporting, using Rubrics,
Group Dynamics the Global Community
Individual Formative
Test II 1st Edition (2010)
REX Bookstore, Inc.

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
Perform record keeping, carry Carry out inventory Group project Group Presentation Rai, Sanita, Modern 3
out inventories, maintain activities: Inventory preparation and upkeep of outputs Trends & Techniques in HOURS
production and financial inputs, Production and Agriculture (2015)
records Financial records
Randoon Publications
India
Preparation, maintenance and Carry out harvest and Field work survey on Using rubrics in Romo, Salvador B. & 3
post harvesting of mini projects post harvest operations. projects/outputs evaluating learning Catherine G. Romo, HOURS
outcomes Crop Production (2014)
LoriMar Publishing Inc.

MIDTERM EXAMINATION
Group Presentation 3
using Rubrics, HOURS
Explain the basic procedures Method of fish pond and Interactive- lecture, Individual Formative Romo, Salvador B.,
involved in maintaining shrimp culture Group Reporting, Test, Group Project Horticulture: An
shrimp/fish pond culture. Group Dynamics/ using Rubrics Exploratory Course
Group Works, Group (2013) LoriMar
Project Publishing Inc

FINAL EXAM