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Saint Columban College


Pagadian City

VISION: Persons who are Mature, Competent and Dynamic Believers in the Supreme Being, conscious of their
interdependence and in right relationship with one another and the rest of the creation.
MISSION: We, at Saint Columban College, guided by the gospel values of WISDOM, JUSTICE and CHARITY, commit
ourselves to develop fully the talents, and capabilities of the students through holistic quality programs, which
aim to help them live their faith, attain academic excellence and perform their responsibilities towards God,
society and the rest of the creation.
GOALS: To create a climate that will enable the students to cultivate the values of wisdom, justice, and charity.
To develop students who manifest critical thinking and problem solving skills through scientific investigation.
To produce technologically skilled graduates who can articulate their thoughts in cohesive and understandable
To create an atmosphere that deepens the social commitment of students to help improve the quality of life in
their community and the environment.

Course Number: Political Science 110

Course Title: Fundamentals of Political Science with PGNC
Course Credit: 3 units
Pre-requisite/s: None
Class Schedule/s: 4:00-5:30 MTH, 8:30-10:00 TF, & 10:00-11:30 TF
Room/s: CAI Room, Speech Lab., & PC 1-6
Instructor: Noraida Elena A. Balimbingan
Email: anoraidaelena@yahoo.com

At the end of the subject, the students are expected to:

Week Topic
1-2 Meaning and relevance of history; distinction of primary and
secondary sources; external and internal criticism; repositories of
primary sources, and different kinds of primary sources
3-6 Content and contextual analysis of selected primary sources;
identification of the historical importance of the text; and
examination of the author’s main argument and point of view
7-10 “One past but many histories”: controversies and conflicting views in
Philippine history
a. Site of the First Mass
b. Cavite Mutiny
c. Retraction of Rizal
d. Cry of Balintawak or Pugadlawin
11-14 Social, political, economic and cultural issues in Philippine History
Mandated Topics:
1. Agrarian Reform Policies
2. The Philippine Constitution: 1899 (Malolos) Constitution; 1973
Constitution; 1987 Constitution
3. Taxation
15-18 Critical evaluation and promotion of local and oral history, museums,
historical shrines, cultural performances, indigenous practices,
religious rites and rituals, etc.

Agoncillo, Teodoro. (2012). History of the Filipino People. 8th edition. Quezon City: C & E
Publishing, Inc.