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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES


OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE
Rizal Street, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro 5100
Website: www.omsc.edu.ph Email address: omsc_9747@yahoo.com
Tele/Fax: (043) 491-1460

College of Teacher Education


San Jose Campus

BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION


BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF TECHNICAL TEACHER EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

OBE COURSE SYLLABUS

OMSC VISION
Occidental Mindoro State College is envisioned to be an agent of change for the development of the total person responsive to the challenges of globalization.
OMSC MISSION
To train and develop a new breed of highly competitive, innovative, resourceful, and values-oriented graduates through quality instruction, relevant research,
community-based extension, and sustainable production.
COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION GOAL
The College of Teacher Education is committed to develop future teachers who will help mold students to become enlightened, efficient, and productive citizens.

COURSE TITLE:
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
(Consider the PSG and the Course Outcomes
COURSE CODE:
CREDIT UNITS:
PREREQUISITES:
PROGRAM GOAL:
The BSEd degree program aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for secondary education.
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The BEEd degree program aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy of elementary education.
The BPEd is a four-year program aimed at equipping graduates with the competencies to meet the psychomotor, cognitive and affective needs of learners.
The BTLEd program aims to develop highly competent and motivated teachers in Technology and Livelihood Education for Grades 4-8.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES: (Consider the Curriculum Mapping. Select the applicable outcome for the course/subject.)
 Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio-cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts.
 Demonstrate mastery of subject matter discipline.
 Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments.
 Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners.
 Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices.
 Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring, assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes.
 Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to the local, national and global realities.
 Pursue life-long learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities.
COURSE OUTCOMES: (knowledge, values and skills all learners are expected to demonstrate at the end of the course)

COURSE OUTLINE
Week Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content Textbooks/ Teaching/Learning Resource Assessment
References Activities Materials
1. Specific to the lesson    
2. Building blocks toward course    
outcomes
3.    
SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:

COURSE REQUIREMENTS  Class Poems (Project)
 Gallery Book (Project)
 Documentation on the Culminating Activity

Class Standing =50%


Mid-Term/Final Examination =40%
Project =10%
GRADING SYSTEM
100%

*Final Rating = Midterm (40%) + Final Term (60%)


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Attendance
1. Students having seven (7) absences without valid reasons will be dropped from the class. Students are
required to present admit to class slip from the Office of Student Affairs and Services after being absent
in the previous meeting.
COURSE POLICIES 2. Three (3), not necessarily consecutive, tardiness without further notice is equivalent to one (1) absence.

Incomplete Grade:
1. Students who were not able to take the midterm/final examinations will receive an incomplete grade.
2. Incomplete grade should be complied within one year.
Prepared by: Noted: Approved:

ANGELINA C. PAQUIBOT, EdD


Program Head, BEEd

____________________________
Faculty MARY ANN G. FELIPE, EdD
Program Head, BSEd
ELBERT C. EDANIOL, EdD
_____________________ Vice President for Academic Affairs
Faculty JENNYLYN T. FRANCISCO
Program Head, BPEd
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_____________________ Recommending Approval: Date
Date

JOANNE D. GOROSPE, EdD


Dean, College of Teacher Education

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Date