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Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning Resource Assessment

Assessment Task TIME
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/Topics Activities Materials Tool
Orientation 1hr
Define Society THE HUMAN SOCIETY Class Discussion: What is Society? Textbook Minute Paper Rubrics for Minute 4hrs
Power point Paper
Understand the different Class Discussion: What is Sociology? presentation
sociological perspectives of society Group Discussion: Sociological Perspectives Graphic Organizer Rubrics for graphic
Dyadic Discussion: Sociological Proponents
Identify the proponents of the Quiz Questions for Quiz
different perspectives and discuss
their views about society
Define Community THE COMMUNITIES Dyadic Discussion: What is Community Textbook Minute Paper Rubrics for Minute 3hrs
Handouts Paper
Discuss the nature and elements of Class Discussion: Nature and elements of
community community Quiz Questions for Quiz

Class Discussion: Social Institutions

Identify the different social
Graphic Organizer Rubrics for Graphic
institutions organizer
Discuss the nature and importance of THE SOCIAL GROUP AND Group Discussion: Textbook Essay Rubrics for Essay 3hrs
group GROUP INTERACTION Nature and Importance of Group Power point
Distinguish the different classification Read-Post-Categorize: Classification of Group Concept Map Rubrics for Concept
of group Map

Organize and explain the different Think-Pair-and-Share: Different Processes of Oral Presentation Rubrics for Oral
processes of group interaction. Group Interaction Presentation

Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning Resource Assessment
Assessment Task TIME
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/Topics Activities Materials Tool

Define Social Stratification SOCIAL Class Discussion: What is Social Stratification? Textbook Oral Recitation Rubrics for Oral 4hrs
STRATIFICATION Handouts Recitation
Identify the basic principles and Group Discussion: Basic Principles and Kinds Power point Quiz Questions for Quiz
kinds of social stratification of Social Stratification presentation

Class Discussion: Importance of Stratification Journal Writing Rubrics for Journal

Determine the importance of Writing
Define deviant and deviant behavior DEVIATION, SOCIAL Entry Pass: Give terms that are related to Textbook Oral Recitation Rubrics for Oral 4hrs
PROBLEMS AND deviant Handouts Recitation
CONTROL Class Discussion: Deviant Behavior Power point
Define and explain social tolerance Dyadic Discussion: Social Tolerance presentation Sketch to Stretch Rubrics for
Class Discussion: Positive and Negative Essay Rubrics for Essay
Identify the positive and negative Consequences of Deviance
consequences of deviance
Explain comprehensively the scope GENDER ROLES AND Class Discussion: Scope and Gender Roles Textbook Oral Recitation Rubrics for Oral 3hrs
and nature of gender roles INEQUALITY IN AGE Handouts Recitation
Power point
Expound on the gender issues in the Group Discussion: Gender Issues in the presentation Cases Analysis: Rubrics for Case
Philippines Philippines Cases Gender Issues Analysis

Identify the causes of gender Class Discussion: Gender Inequalities and its Graphic Organizer Rubrics for graphic
inequalities and its implication Implication organizer
Explain the significance of culture in SOCIETY AND Class Discussion: Significance of culture in a Textbook Minute Paper Rubrics for minute 4hrs
a society CULTURE society Handouts paper
Power point
Identify the issues concerning Entry Pass: Issues in culture presentation Graphic Organizer Rubrics for Graphic
culture Organizer

Class Discussion: Different factors that Minute Paper Rubrics for minute
Discuss the different factors that contribute to the development Filipino culture paper
contribute to the development of
Filipino culture
Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning Resource Assessment
Assessment Task TIME
Desired Learning Outcomes Course Content/Topics Activities Materials Tool
Define collective behavior COLLECTIVE Class Discussion: Textbook Minute Paper Rubrics for minute 3hrs
BEHAVIOR, SOCIAL 1. What is Collective Behavior Handouts paper
Identify the determinants of 2. Determinants of Collective Behavior Power point Quiz Questions for the
collective behavior presentation quiz
Identify different social issues and THE CURRENT SOCIAL Group Discussion: Different Social Issues and Textbook Group Presentation Rubrics for Group 3hrs
new forms of crimes ISSUES AND NEW New Forms of Crimes Handouts Presentation
Power point
Comprehend the impact of these Class Discussion: Impact of Social Issues presentation Reflection Writing Rubrics for
Reflection Writing
social issues in the community
Define Education EDUCATION Class Discussion: Education Textbook Minute Paper Rubrics for Minute 1hr
Handouts Paper
Evaluate how functions of education Think-Pair-and-Share: Evaluate how functions Power point Rubrics for case
affect the lives of people in society of education affect the lives of the people presentation analysis
Define Social Change SOCIAL CHANGE Class Discussion: Textbook Mind Maps Rubrics for Graphic 3hrs
What is Social Change? Handouts Organizer
Identify the causes of Social Change Causes of Social Change
Define the meaning and functions of THE FAMILY AND Class Discussion: Family and its functions Textbook Quiz Questions for the 3hrs
family as an institution CHANGES IN GENDER Power point quiz
ROLES presentation
Understand the changes in gender Dyadic Discussion: Changes in gender roles Family Code Group Presentation Rubrics for Group
roles in the recent generation of the Phils. Presentation
Define Sexual Behavior SEXUAL BEHAVIOR Class Discussion: What is Sexual Behavior? Textbook Oral Presentation Rubrics for Oral 2hr
Dyadic Presentation: The Nature of Sexual Power point Presentation
Explain the nature of sexual Behavior presentation
Define family planning and explain FAMILY PLANNING Class Discussion: What is Family Planning? Textbook Essay Rubrics for essay 3hrs
the importance of family planning Power point
Explain the Different Family Group Reporting: Different Family Planning Group Reporting Rubrics for Group
Planning Methods Methods Reporting

Course Code : Soc Sci 2
Course : Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Baking/Marketing 3
Course Title : Sociology with Population Education
Placement : Second Semester AY 2018 – 2019
Credit Unit : 3 units
Term : Class Schedule 9:30 – 10300 am MWF/54 hours


The zenith educational institution that produces top-tier graduates to reign supreme in the global arena.

Southland College is committed to enlightening the enterprising minds and molding the hearts of individuals as beacons of success in all aspects of their life and career in the
midst of a metamorphic world.


1. Demonstrate the necessary competence and training in the specific field of practice in order to help sustain the local, regional and global economic and social development.
2. Observes with highest sense of professionalism and appropriate ethical, economic, social, cultural and environmental considerations in the practice of his/her profession
3. Produces the necessary innovations in his or her profession to improve delivery of service and quality of outputs.
4. Developed a good interpersonal relationship with people of different cultures and backgrounds.
5. Good command of English as a second language.
6. Can make right decision using critical thinking and analysis


1. To constantly review, change, and improve the curriculum that is outcomes – based education to ensure the effectiveness of the college’s program in preparing the students
for successful careers.
2. To maintain s complement, qualified faculty that possesses current technical and professional knowledge to students.
3. To develop the students’ written and verbal skills as well as analytical and technical skills prior to graduation.
4. To provide facilities that support educational programs and enable students develop profession specific skills.
5. To engage and maintain a staff that takes care of the students and meets their educational goals and objectives.
6. To attract qualified students of diverse backgrounds.
7. To provide collegiate academic atmosphere that encourage open exchange of ideas.
8. To engage faculty and students in research that serves to improve teaching and learning.
9. To develop programs and activities that provide community service aligned with college’s mission.
10. To submit the college to accreditation and assessment to see if it meets the minimum standards set by CHED and other accrediting agencies.


This course is an introductory course that deals with basic sociological foundation and etymology, which is essential in understanding the individual in a society.
Basic knowledge on current sociological perspectives, structures and institutions are discussed to give substance on the different sociological concepts. This also includes
socialization and stratification that tries to explain the role of personality in the development of man’s interpersonal relationship and why there is inequality in our midst.
Social mobility is also highlighted to apprise the students in the different concepts involved.


Appreciate the society and man’s behavior, including his works. Also, have a better understanding of the Filipino cultural values that greatly affects the society’s
progress and recognizes the functions and characteristics of the Filipino family.


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

1. Acquire new knowledge about the society and culture and broadens his understanding on human relationship;
2. Trace the history and origin of human society and discuss the different stages on the development of this society up to the present;
3. Identify the different types of communities and their difference from each other;
4. Understand the nature and importance of groups and their effects on the lives of the individuals;
5. Develop a good working idea on the methods and techniques used by the sociologists in studying society and man’s complex way of living;
6. Increase understanding of the five specific institutions or social structures that affect man’s way of life; and
7. Inculcate the practical value of family planning.

Major Exam 40%
Class Participation 20%
Quizzes 20%
ORLE 20%
Total 100%


a. Attendance and Class Participation, quizzes, assignments and outputs

b. Major Examinations. Students who were not able to take the final exams will be given project papers or compilation.
c. Research work - this is an exercise that requires students to think and analyze certain issues discussed in class.
d. ORLE will be composed of projects, attendance and other activities

1. There will be no side conversations

2. Late will enter quietly and take on their assigned seats
3. Extreme tardiness (e.g., more than 15 minutes late) will not allow to enter the class
4. No drinks or food in the classroom
5. The instructor has the right to ask anyone to leave the classroom if he/she engages in distracting behavior, which includes side conversations, inappropriate
responses to the instructor or fellow students, showing off, making signals on the other side of the classroom, sleeping, texting, and the like.


Ferrante, Joan, Sociology: A Global Perspective, Belmont CA: Wadsworth) 2008
Rael, Frederick V. et al. Introduction to Sociology. Mutya Publishing House. 2014
Zanden, James W. Vander, The Social Experience, An Introduction to Sociology.2010