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NORTH LUZON PHILIPPINES STATE COLLEGE

Teacher Education Department


Candon City Ilocos Sur
Outcomes Based Education Design in Environmental Science
Date revised/enhanced: June 8, 2015
I. COLLEGE
Vision:
NLPSC is a dynamic institution of higher learning producing competent and socially responsible human resource for the sustainable development of
North Philippines.
Mission:
NLPSC is committed to produce competent graduates through innovative, quality and relevant academic programs and to create and disseminate
new knowledge and appropriate
technologies anchored on responsive research and extension for the sustainable development of North Philippines.
II.DEPARTMENT
Goals and Objectives
1. Equip students with mastery and pedagogical skills to enable them to pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers.
2. Develop desired qualities of an effective teacher, the elementary level who is gender sensitive and environment conscious.
3. Undertake research activities to improve quality instruction in the elementary.
4. Disseminate research result to teachers and other concerned individuals and institutions.
5. Provide relevant and innovative instructional materials for effective teaching.
6. Conduct continuing non-formal education and other relevant extension activities for the improvement of life in the community.
III. Program/Degree:
Bachelor in Elementary Education
IV Degree Outcomes (Based on CMO 30, s. 2004): Bachelor of Elementary Education
V. Course No. /Code and Title: Sci 101/ Environmental Science
VI. Academic Year/ Semester offered: !st Sem/ SY 2015-2016
VII. Course description
For the student to have a better understanding of the natural environment. The course will tackle and examine a number of topics as
environmental issues and ecological principles which are basic to understanding of environmental interactions including the flow of matter and
energy in ecosystem. It also deals with the study of the biosphere and the impact of human activities on it and the various environmental crises that
beset the planet today.
VIII: Course credit/ unit: 3 units

IX. Course/ Subject outcomes


As a result of participating in this course learners will:
1.Develop content knowledge about environmental science, environment and ecosystem.
2.Be expected to explain the connection between material wealth and resource exploitation.
3.Be able to associate typical plants and animals with various terrestrial biomes
4.Provide models to illustrate ways to teach beyond the textbook.
5.Be able to correlate the industrial revolution with various social and economic changes
6.Develop the concept sustainable growth and progress in Phil setting.

X. Course Design m Matrix


Desired Learning Outcomes
(DLO)

1. Discuss with the students the


vision, mission, goals and
objectives of the college, as
well as the goals and
objectives of the teacher
education department.
2.
Explain to students the
requirements
of the subject and how they
are
being graded.
1. To have a better
understanding about
the environment.
2. To realize the importance of
environmental education,
protection
and management for

Course content/subject
matter

Textbook/Refere
nce

Unit 0 Vision, Mission,


Values and Outcomes
1. College
2. Department
3. Course

College Code
Students manual

Part I. Introduction
a.Definition of Terms
b.Importance of
Environmental
Science
c. The environmental
Principles

Fundamentals of
Environmental
Science,
Tayo, G.T., Gascon,
C.N.
Maglambayan,
V.B., Novicio, L.P.

Outcomesbased
Teaching and
Learning
(OBTL)
Discussion

Assessment of
Learning
outcomes
(ALO)

Resource
materials

College Code/
syllabus

Time
Frame

1 hour

Students
handbook/man
ual

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs

5 hours

development
3. To develop the students
concept of
environmental structures
and its
significance to man.
4. To have an understanding of
principles
that affect the environment
5.To develop a positive attitude
towards
the care of the environment. .
1. Show the interrelatedness of
the individual parts of the
ecosystem.
2. Gain an understanding of the
biochemical
processes
involved
within
the
environment.
3. Know
the
factors
that
influence changes in the
environment.
4. Develop an idea regarding
the degree of interaction
between the different species
1. To associate typical plants
and
animals in the different
ecosystem

1. To show how human activities


contribute to the destruction
of our environment.,
2. To enhance and promote

Virgil, V.M.

Part II: The Basic


Ecological
Concepts
a. Levels of Organization
b. Biogeochemical Cycles
c. Limiting Factors and the
Law of
Tolerance
d. Species Interaction

Part III.: The Major Types of


Ecosystem
a. Terrestrial Ecosystem
b. Freshwater Ecosystem
c. Marine Ecosystem

Part IV : Environmental
Crises
a. Anthropogenic Impact
b. Garbage Problem

Environmental
Science, A Study
of
Interrelationships.
Enger, Eldon

Fundamentals of
Environmental
Science,
Tayo, G.T., Gascon,
C.N.
Maglambayan,
V.B., Novicio, L.P.
Virgil, V.M.
Environmental
Problems
Mason, W &
Folerts G.

Lecture
Discussion

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Videos

8 hours

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Videos
Power point
slides

10 hours

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs

12 hours

environmental protection
through proper solid waste
disposal.

1. To understand and appreciate


the strategies of the
government in protecting our
environment.
2. To instill positive attitudes
and values which are
essential in making the
students effective venguards
of the environment.
1. To understand the role of
every
individual in helping the
government
for the protection of our
environment..

c. Pollution .
d. Global Climate
Change and
Related Phenomena
e. Ecosystem
Degradation
f. Biodiversity Loss
g. Environmental Watch
Groups
h. Environmental
Hazards
Part V:. Environmental
Management
a. Strategies of
Governments
b. Corporate Management
Strategies
c. Philippine Environmental
Laws
d. Specific Laws
Part VI: Ethics and
Education
a. Ethics
1. Social ethics towards
the
environment.
2. State Ethics
3. Corporate &
Economic Ethics
b. Education
1. Creation of
Sustainability
Conciousness
2. Consumer Education

XI Criteria for grading


Quizzes/Seatwork
Activities/Assignment/Oral Report

Industry &
Environment,
Villa, Abrille A.
Handout 1992

Careers in Natural
Resources &
Environmental
Laws, Chicago:
American Bar
Association, 1987

Lecture
Discussion

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Power point
slides

10 hours

Principles of
Environmental
Science.
Watt, Kenneth.
New York:
McGraw Hill, 1983

Lecture
Discussion
Oral Reporting

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Power point
slides

8 hours

40%
20%

Midterm/Final Examinations
Attitudes & Attendance

30%
10%
100%

XII. Other requirements


a. Quizzes and activities
b. Active participation in classroom discussion and attendance
c. Group work/quiz
d. Midterm and final examination
Prepared and Designed by:
LLOYD B.LOZANO, RN
Instructor
Noted by:
JAIME G. RARAS, Ed.D.
Dean, Teacher Education Dept.

NORTH LUZON PHILIPPINES STATE COLLEGE


Husocom Department
Candon City Ilocos Sur
Outcomes Based Education Design in Environmental Science
Date revised/enhanced: June 8, 2015

I. COLLEGE
Vision:
NLPSC is a dynamic institution of higher learning producing competent and socially responsible human resource for the sustainable development of
North Philippines.
Mission:
NLPSC is committed to produce competent graduates through innovative, quality and relevant academic programs and to create and disseminate
new knowledge and appropriate
technologies anchored on responsive research and extension for the sustainable development of North Philippines.
II.DEPARTMENT
Goals and Objectives
1. Produce competent teachers in the secondary level equipped with relevant pedagogical skills and content.
2. Provide prospective teachers opportunities to conduct and disseminate educational researches.
3. Inculcate in the students positive attitudes and desirable values to become role models in the community.
4. Undertake relevant extension services through the conduct of continuing and non-formal education programs
5. Spearhead curriculum changes to meet the needs of a dynamic society.
6. Produce graduates capable of passing the Licensure Examination for Teachers.
III. Program/Degree:

Bachelor of Secondary Education

IV Degree Outcomes (Based on CMO 30, s. 2004): Bachelor of secondary Education


V. Course No. /Code and Title: Sci 101/ Environmental Science
VI. Academic Year/ Semester offered: !st Sem/ SY 2015-2016
VII. Course description
For the student to have a better understanding of the natural environment. The course will tackle and examine a number of topics as
environmental issues and ecological principles which are basic to understanding of environmental interactions including the flow of matter and
energy in ecosystem. It also deals with the study of the biosphere and the impact of human activities on it and the various environmental crises that
beset the planet today.
VIII: Course credit/ unit: 3 units
IX. Course/ Subject outcomes
As a result of participating in this course learners will:
1.Develop content knowledge about environmental science, environment and ecosystem.

2.Be expected to explain the connection between material wealth and resource exploitation.
3.Be able to associate typical plants and animals with various terrestrial biomes
4.Provide models to illustrate ways to teach beyond the textbook.
5.Be able to correlate the industrial revolution with various social and economic changes
6.Develop the concept sustainable growth and progress in Phil setting.

X. Course Design m Matrix


Desired Learning Outcomes
(DLO)

2. Discuss with the students the


vision, mission, goals and
objectives of the college, as
well as the goals and
objectives of the teacher
education department.
2.
Explain to students the
requirements
of the subject and how they
are
being graded.
1. To have a better
understanding about
the environment.
2. To realize the importance of
environmental education,
protection
and management for
development
3. To develop the students
concept of
environmental structures
and its

Course content/subject
matter

Textbook/Refere
nce

Unit 0 Vision, Mission,


Values and Outcomes
1. College
2. Department
3. Course

College Code
Students manual

Part I. Introduction
a.Definition of Terms
b.Importance of
Environmental
Science
c. The environmental
Principles

Fundamentals of
Environmental
Science,
Tayo, G.T., Gascon,
C.N.
Maglambayan,
V.B., Novicio, L.P.
Virgil, V.M.

Outcomesbased
Teaching and
Learning
(OBTL)
Discussion

Assessment of
Learning
outcomes
(ALO)

Resource
materials

College Code/
syllabus

Time
Frame

1 hour

Students
handbook/man
ual

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs

5 hours

significance to man.
4. To have an understanding of
principles
that affect the environment
5.To develop a positive attitude
towards
the care of the environment. .
5. Show the interrelatedness of
the individual parts of the
ecosystem.
6. Gain an understanding of the
biochemical
processes
involved
within
the
environment.
7. Know
the
factors
that
influence changes in the
environment.
8. Develop an idea regarding
the degree of interaction
between the different species
1. To associate typical plants
and
animals in the different
ecosystem

3. To show how human activities


contribute to the destruction
of our environment.,
4. To enhance and promote
environmental protection
through proper solid waste
disposal.

Part II: The Basic


Ecological
Concepts
a. Levels of Organization
b. Biogeochemical Cycles
c. Limiting Factors and the
Law of
Tolerance
d. Species Interaction

Part III.: The Major Types of


Ecosystem
a. Terrestrial Ecosystem
b. Freshwater Ecosystem
c. Marine Ecosystem

Part IV : Environmental
Crises
a. Anthropogenic Impact
b. Garbage Problem
c. Pollution .
d. Global Climate
Change and
Related Phenomena
e. Ecosystem

Environmental
Science, A Study
of
Interrelationships.
Enger, Eldon

Fundamentals of
Environmental
Science,
Tayo, G.T., Gascon,
C.N.
Maglambayan,
V.B., Novicio, L.P.
Virgil, V.M.
Environmental
Problems
Mason, W &
Folerts G.
Industry &
Environment,
Villa, Abrille A.
Handout 1992

Lecture
Discussion

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Videos

8 hours

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Videos
Power point
slides

10 hours

Lecture
Discussion
Brainstorming

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs

12 hours

3. To understand and appreciate


the strategies of the
government in protecting our
environment.
4. To instill positive attitudes
and values which are
essential in making the
students effective venguards
of the environment.
1. To understand the role of
every
individual in helping the
government
for the protection of our
environment..

Degradation
f. Biodiversity Loss
g. Environmental Watch
Groups
h. Environmental
Hazards
Part V:. Environmental
Management
a. Strategies of
Governments
b. Corporate Management
Strategies
c. Philippine Environmental
Laws
d. Specific Laws
Part VI: Ethics and
Education
a. Ethics
1. Social ethics towards
the
environment.
2. State Ethics
3. Corporate &
Economic Ethics
b. Education
1. Creation of
Sustainability
Conciousness
2. Consumer Education

XI Criteria for grading


Quizzes/Seatwork
Activities/Assignment/Oral Report
Midterm/Final Examinations
Attitudes & Attendance

Careers in Natural
Resources &
Environmental
Laws, Chicago:
American Bar
Association, 1987

Lecture
Discussion

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Power point
slides

10 hours

Principles of
Environmental
Science.
Watt, Kenneth.
New York:
McGraw Hill, 1983

Lecture
Discussion
Oral Reporting

Quizzes
Activity

Hand-outs
Power point
slides

8 hours

40%
20%
30%
10%
100%

XII. Other requirements


a. Quizzes and activities
b. Active participation in classroom discussion and attendance

c. Group work/quiz
d. Midterm and final examination
Prepared and Designed by:
LLOYD B.LOZANO, RN
Instructor
Noted by:
JAIME G. RARAS, Ed.D.
Dean, Teacher Education Dept.