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Republic of the Philippines

TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY


VISION
Tarlac State University is envisioned to be a premier university in Asia and the Pacific.
Tarlac State
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MISSION
University commits to promote and sustain the offering of quality and programs in higher and advanced education ensuring equitable access to
education for people empowerment, professional development, and global competitiveness.
Towards this end, TSU shall:
Provide high quality instruction trough qualified, competent and adequately trained faculty members and support staff.
Be a premier research institution by enhancing research undertakings in the fields of technology and sciences and strengthening collaboration
with local and international institutions.
Be a champion in community development by strengthening partnership with public and private organizations and individuals.
CORE VALUES
E - xcellence
Q uality
U nity
I - ntegrity
T rust in God, Transparency & True Commitment
Y earning for Global Competitiveness

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


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Communication Department
Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning Plan in
Course Title
Credit Units

Communication Elective 2-Organizational


Communication
3

Course Code

Elec 4

Course
Pre-/Corequisites

None

Course
Description

The course is designed to make the students knowledgeable on key principles of organizational communication and its
connection to leading in a diverse workplace. This course is designed also to improve students communications skills that will
directly apply to the modern business or non-profit organization. Verbal skills and oral presentation skills will be emphasized in this
course although written communication skills will also be addressed. Organizational Communication theories and hands-on practice
are combined to help the students develop skills in using techniques of persuasion, resolving conflicts, organizing and presenting
information, interviewing, leading meetings, and developing a powerful oral presentation.
A study of the structure of communication in organizations; the relationship between communication and organizational
effectiveness.

Course
Intended
Learning
Outcomes
(CILO)

After completing this course, STUDENTS MUST HAVE DEMONSTRATED:

Familiarity in introduction to organizational communication and organizational communication structure


Knowledge on scientific, classical management and human relations theory in organization
Clear understanding on organizational orientations, conflict and negotiations
Competence in corporate communication

PROGRAM MAPPING GRID


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Courses
Introduction to Development Communication
Introduction to Communication Media
Journalism Principles and Practices
Introduction to Communication Theory
Broadcast Principles and Practices
Communication Elective 1 (Media Writing)
Humanities Elective 1 (Introduction to Theater)
Social Science Elective 1 (Contemporary Social
Problems)
Communication Elective 2 (Organizational
Communication)
Introduction to Information & Communication
Technology
Communication and Society
Communication Elective 3 (RTV Production)
Communication Elective 4 (Public Relations:
Principles and Practices)
Humanities Elective 2 (Film Appreciation)
Humanities Elective 3 (Intercultural
Communication Studies)
Introduction to Communication Research
Advertising Principles and Practices
Communication Media Law and Ethics
Communication Elective 5 (Visual
Communication)
Social Science Elective 2 (Womens Studies)
Thesis/Special Project
Communication Management and
Entrepreneurship
Communication Elective 6 (Event Planning and
Management)
Codes: 3 To a Large Extent

2=To Some Extent

Cre

PS

CT

2
2

3
2

3
2

DM
L
3
2

Co
m
3
3

Col

ICT

IL

Cit

LC

2
2

3
2

3
3

3
3

PS
R
3
3

3
2

1= To a little Extent

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Legend: (Note: Program Objectives as per CHED Memos shall be corresponded with the listed Graduate Attributes.)
Cre Creativity
PS Problem Solving
CT Critical Thinking DML Decision Making & Learning
Com Communication Col Collaboration ICT Information and Communications Technology IL Information Literacy
and Career
PSR Personal and Social Responsibility

Cit

Citizenship

LC Life

COURSE MAPPING GRID


Directions: As a department you are to prepare your course mapping grid that will identify soft skills emphasis in every course in the
discipline. In this activtity you are to prioritize the 21 st Century skills that you wish to develop in your students as they progress in the
course. The level of emphasis may be coded as 3= to a large extent; 2=to some extent; 1=to a little extent
Courses

Organizational communication
and
Organizational
communication
structure
Scientific, classical management and
human relations theory in organization
Organizational orientations, conflict
and negotiations
Corporate
communication
and
information technology
Codes: 3 To a Large Extent

2=To Some Extent

Cre

PS

CT

DM
L
3

Co
m
3

Col

ICT

IL

Cit

LC

PS
R
2

1= To a little Extent

Legend: (Note: Program Objectives as per CHED Memos shall be corresponded with the listed Graduate Attributes.)
Cre Creativity
PS Problem Solving
CT Critical Thinking DML Decision Making & Learning
Com Communication Col Collaboration ICT Information and Communications Technology IL Information Literacy
and Career
PSR Personal and Social Responsibility

Cit

Citizenship

LC Life

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Liminal Period (MIDTERM/FINAL


TERM)
Week
1-4

Unit 1:

Content Standards
Demonstrate
familiarity
in
historical
perspective
organizational
communication
organizational
structure

the
of

Essential Learning
Declarative
Functional
Knowledge
Knowledge
Introduction to
-Definition of
Organizational
Organization
Communication
-Definition of
Communication

and

-History of
Organizational
Communication
-Concepts of
organizational
structure and types
of organizations

Intended Learning
Outcomes (ILO)
Students will be able to
understand some of the
major historical events in
the creation of the field of
organizational
communication.
Students will be able to
learn the concepts of
Organizational
Communication
Students will be able to
define and explain what is
meant
by
the
term
human communication.
-Students will be able to
differentiate and identify
the types of organizations

Suggested Teaching/Learning
Activities (TLAs)
Input Material/Resources:
Discussion on the various
definitions of communication.,
organization and organizational
communication
Brief outline and explanation of
organizational
structure
and
types of organization

Assessment Tasks
(ATs)
-Quiz
-Recitation
-Seatwork
-Worksheet

Output Materials:
Write summary definitions of
communication,
organization
organizational communication.
Report or present to the class the
different
concepts
of
organizational structure
Make a chart showing examples
of organizations arranged in the
different types of organizations

5-8

Demonstrate
understanding
the
concept

on
of

Organizational
orientations
-Social-scientific

Students will be able to


discuss the basic model of
communication and how it

Input Material/Resources:
Presentation on Social-scientific,

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communication
in
organization, human
relations,
organizational ethics
and
information
technology
in
organizations

approach
organizational
communication.

to

-Interpretive
approach
organizational
communication.

to

-Critical approach to
organizational
communication.

-Ethics in
organization
-Organizational
communication
ethical matrix

-Information
technology
innovation
Organizations

9-12

Demonstrate
understanding
scientific,
classical
management
and
human
relations
theories
in
organization

Organizational
Communication
Theories

and
in

-The Classical
Perspective Theories
-Human Relations
Theories
-Human Resources
Theories

applies
to
the
organizational context.
Students will be able
examine
and
uncover
principles of ethics and
how it relates to both
communication
and
organization
Students will be able to
think deeply and examine
the
different
ethical
frameworks discussed in
the ethical matrix.
Students will be able to
uncover and discusses the
factors for understanding
ethics
in
human
communication.
Students will be able to
select
proper
and
effective
information
technology to be used in
organization

Students will be able to


discuss the implications
of
each
classical
perspective theories in
organization
Students will be able to
examine and compare

Interpretative
approach
to
communication

and
Critical
organizational

Readings
and explanation on
organizational ethics
Group Discussion on the types of
information
technology
and
innovations in organizations
Output Materials:
-Conduct an investigation to
produce information to support a
view in the different approaches
in organizational communication

-Presentation
-Group Activities
-Report
-Recitation
-Debate
-Panel Discussion
- Summative
Assessment on
Development

-Form a panel
to discuss
viewpoints on the
Socialscientific,
Interpretative
and
Critical
approach
to
organizational communication
-Survey
classmates/industry
members to find out what they
think
about
ethics
in
organization.
-Prepare and conduct a debate
related to ethical matrix in
organizational communication.
-Classify different technology
used in organization
Input Material/Resources:
-Lecture
and
discussion
organizational theories
-Readings
theories

on

on

organizational

-Panel Discussion
-Debate Panel
Report
-Recitation

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-Motivational
Theories

the differences between


human
relations
vs.
human resources theories
in
organizational
communication

-Decision Making
Theories

Students will be able to


think
deeply
on
motivation theories in
organization

-Questioning
acquired

on

the

concepts

Output Materials:

-Abstract Report
-Evaluating
Investigation

-Construct
a
model
to
demonstrate
how
different
organizational theories apply and
work in organization.
-Write an explanation about the
differences of each theory in
organization
-Explain the meaning of every
organizational
theory
and
concept and explain how it
happens
and
performs
in
organizations

`
13-15

Demonstrate
an
understanding
on
the
concepts
of
organizational
orientations, conflict
and negotiations

Organizational
concepts, conflict
and negotiations

-Entering
-Socializing
-Disengaging
-Approaches
Leadership
-Followership
-Mentoring and
Coaching
-Organizational
Stress
-Organizational
Conflict
-Negotiation in
Organization

to

Students will be able to


uncover the relationship
between communication
and
organizational
socialization.
Students will be able to
compare
between
voluntary and involuntary
disengagement.
Student will be able to
observe and think deeply
on the trait approach to
leadership.
Students will be able to
examine and compare
between
the
terms
mentoring
and
coaching.
Students will be able to
discuss and debate on
conflict
resolution

Input Material/Resources:
-Discuss and lecture
organizational concepts, conflict
and negotiations
-Readings on conflict, stress and
negotiation in organization
-Group Discussion on entering,
socializing,
disengaging,
leadership
and
followership
approach.

Output Materials:

-Case study
-Panel Discussion
-Debate Panel
Report
-Recitation
-Abstract Report
-Evaluating
Investigation

-Design a questionnaire to gather


information communication and
organizational socialization
-Survey
classmates/industry
members to find out what they

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strategies in organization.
think about on voluntary and
involuntary disengagement
-Conduct an investigation to
produce information to support a
view
-Prepare and conduct a debate
on organizational conflict and
problem solving
-Form a panel
to discuss
viewpoints on traits of good and
effective leader.

16-18
Demonstrate
competence
corporate
communication

in

Corporate
communication

-Communication
with
Organizations
Environment

an

-Types of External
Stakeholders
-Organizational
Development
-Workplace Learning

Students will be able to


plan
and
create
organizational
communication
report
pertaining to skills on how
to positively interact with
others in organization.
Students will be able to
design and propose an
organizational
employability
skills
program such as working
on a team, problemsolving and
Organizational skills.

Input Material/Resources:
-Present guidelines in developing
organizational communication
report
-Present sample of completed
organizational plan and program
based on organizational concepts
and theories

-Project/Plan Report
-Audio-Visual
Presentation

Output Materials:
-Observe an organization and
present an organizational
communication report.
-Apply organizational concepts
and theories to develop an
organizational communication
strategy plan and program

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Basic Readings

F. M. Jablin & L. L. Putnam (2001) The new handbook of organizational communication: Advances in theory, research, and methods, Thousand Oaks,
CA: Sage

Extended
Readings

F. M. Jablin, L. L. Putnam, K. H. Roberts, & L. W Porter (Eds.) (2001). Handbook of Organizational Communication: An Interdisciplinary Perspective ,
Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Richmond, V. P., & McCroskey, J. C. (2009). Organizational Communication For Survival: Making Work, Work (4th ed.). Boston
W. C. Redding & G. A Sanborn (Eds.), Business And Industrial Communication: A Source Book New York: Harper & Row
Levitt, H. J. (2002). Managerial Psychology: An Introduction to Individuals, Pairs, and Groups in Organizations. Chicago: The University of Chicago
Press
Kramer, M. W. (2010). Organizational Socialization: Joining and Leaving Organizations. Malden, MA: Polity
Katz, D., & Kahn, R. L. (1978). The Social Psychology of Organizations. New York

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Course
Assessment
Attendance/Attitude
Participation in Class Activities
Formative Tests (quizzes, homework, reading, and case study)
Summative Tests (Midterm and Final Exam)

Course
Policies

10%
30%
30%
30%
100%

The language of instruction is English.


The university rule on a 54-hour attendance applies. 20% absence is considered failed or dropped, as the case may be.
Students are encouraged to use resources if other libraries, etc. in the absence of sufficient references in the University Library.
There will be no make-up arrangements for oral presentations, hence, the professor lectures in the absence of the discussant.
Those who cannot come on the examination day are advised to take the test on the day prior to the schedule.
Course requirements must be turned in following the scheduled due dates.
Incomplete grades have to be attended to within a year.

Committee
Members

Cluster Leader: Maria Fermina Joyce C. Nucum


Members: TSU College of Arts and Social Sciences Languages Dept.

Consultation
Schedule

Faculty Member
: Maria Fermina Joyce C. Nucum
Email-address
: Joyce_leira09@yahoo.com
Consultation Hours :
Time and Venue
:

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Course Title

AY/Term of Effectivity

Communication Elective 2
Organizational Communication

1st Semester, SY 20152016

Prepared by

Recommending Approval

Pages:
Department

Chair
Maria Fermina Joyce C. Nucum
Mr. Augusto N.
Lulu
Dean
Dr. Agnes M.
Macaraeg

Approved
DR. LOLITA V. SICAT
Vice President for
Academic Affairs

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