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Form No.

FM-USeP-PRS-01
Republic of the Philippines
University of Southeastern Philippines Issue Status 04

Iñigo St., Bo. Obrero, Davao City 8000 Revision No. 03


Telephone: (082) 227-8192
Website: www.usep.edu.ph Date Effective 09 July 2019
Email: president@usep.edu.ph
Approved by President

COURSE SYLLABUS IN PE213 Physical Activity Towards Health and Fitness (PATH-Fit – III)
VISION
INSTITUTIONAL GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES PROGRAM INFORMATION
Premier Research University in the ASEAN.
LEADERSHIP SKILLS USeP Graduate Graduate Performance Indicators
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MISSION responsibility with integrity and accountability in the practice of one’s
Leadership Model quality Deliver interesting lessons
profession or vocation.
instruction that with congruent objectives,
USeP shall produce world-class graduates and relevant research and conforms to the subject matter, teaching-
extension through quality education and sustainable resource CRITICAL AND ANALYTICAL THINKING SKILLS national and learning activities, materials
management. Demonstrates creativity, innovativeness, and intellectual curiosity in international and assessment procedures.
optimizing available resources to develop new knowledge, methods, standards.
GOALS processes, systems, and value-added technologies.

SERVICE ORIENTED
Demonstrates concern for others, practices professional ethics, honesty,
At the end of the plan period, the University of Southeastern Philippines
and exemplifies socio-cultural, environmental concern, and Critical and Practice Perform rightful activities with
(USeP) aims to achieve five comprehensive and primary goals:
sustainability. Analytical professionalism at utmost concern for others.
Thinking Skills all times.
1. Recognized ASEAN Research University
LIFELONG LEARNING
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3. Vibrant Research Community Oriented range of learning reflection on historical, social,
Demonstrates enthusiasm and passion for continuous personal and
4. Proactive Research-based Economic Empowering and teaching cultural and political
professional development.
Extension Services process skills to processes as they affect the
5. Capacity for Innovative Resource Generation provide meaningful day to day lives of the
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE learning students.
Demonstrates proficiency and flexibility in the area of specialization and experiences.
in conveying information in accordance with global standards.

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(Provide Program Graduate Outcomes and Performance Indicators)

I. COURSE INFORMATION
Workload of Students:
Course Code: PE213
This course includes 54 hours of actual face to face during lecture and laboratory, excluding 12
Course Title: Games, Sports and Dance
hours of online assignment, follow-up activities and consultations.
Pre-requisite: PE112
Credit: 3 units
Level: 2nd
Semester/Year: 1st Semester Year 2019 – 2020
Version number: 1

Course Description: Faculty Information:

This course will provide physical activities for the purpose of optimizing health and fitness.
Students will choose a menu of course offerings in Dance, Sports and Outdoor an
Name: DR. BENJIE Q. BADON
Adventure Activities.
DR. JOSE ALTER M. RIVERA
ALSHAMIR BRYAN B. ARIPUDDIN, MM
Email: _________________________________________
Contact Number: (082) 227-8192 Local 217
Office: _________________________________________
Consultation Hours: ______________________________

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II. COURSE OUTCOMES (CO):

On the completion of the course, student is expected to be able to do the following:

Course Outcomes Graduate Outcomes Aligned to

CO1 Strategize while playing in an actual simulation of the Philippine traditional games. GO1
CO2 Execute and apply rules and regulations in playing individual/dual sports. GO2,
CO3 Perform with mastery the different types of Philippine Folk Dances. GO1
CO4 Design and implement techniques in designing one’s skill in various disciplines. GO3

III. LEARNING EVIDENCES:

As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student has to do and submit the following:

Learning Evidence Description and other Details Course Outcomes it represents

LE1 The learner is expected to present outputs through a creative manner about various concepts and skills in the entire duration of
Reporting / Class Presentation CO1, CO2,
the course.
LE2 Inter-color Competition The learner is going to compete among one’s fellow classmate in the form of an intermural. CO1, CO2
LE3 Checklist for Dance Performance The learner is expected to showcase one’s mastery and performing dances. CO3, CO4

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IV. MEASUREMENT SYSTEM:

Learning Evidence/Output to Assess: LE1 Reporting Class Presentation

Score Delivery Content Coverage Preparedness Group Coordination

5 Presenter has good voice inflection and All aspects of the subject were covered and all All aspects of the presentation were well The group was well coordinated and all
does an outstanding job in the speaking objectives were met effectively. prepared and presenters understood and had a members collaborated and cooperated
aspect of the presentation complete grasp of subject.
4 Presenter has generally good voice Most aspects of the subject were covered and Most aspects of the presentation were well The group was well coordinated and all
inflection and has very few errors in most of the objectives were met. prepared. Most aspects were completely members collaborated and cooperated. Some
speaking or communication. understood. slight errors in coordination or collaboration
3 Presenter has some voice inflection and Most aspects of the subject were covered, but Most aspects of the presentation were well The group has small errors in coordination or
does attempt to communicate clearly. A few major objectives were not met. prepared. Some major aspects were not collaboration that delayed the presentation
errors in communication. completely understood.
2 Presenter has very few changes in voice. Some aspects of the objectives were met, and Some aspects of the presentations were not well The group has more than two delays or had a
Some major errors in communication major objectives not met. prepared. Some aspects were not completely problem in collaboration or cooperation
understood.
1 Very poor communication and they interfere Very few aspects of subject were covered and Most aspects of presentation were not well Major delays or problems in working as a
with the delivery of information. very few objectives were not met. prepared or not understood. group.

Score

Total

Learning Evidence: LE2: Inter-color Competition

Area to Assess Beyond Expectation Expected Satisfactory Acceptable Unacceptable


Teamwork
Obedience in Rules
Implementation of Technique and Strategies
Active Participation

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Learning Evidence: LE3: Checklist for Philippine Folk Dance Presentation
Area to Assess 10 8–6 5-3 2–1 0
Coordination and The class has evidently manifested The class has manifested this trait in The class has manifested this trait in The class rarely manifest this trait in There is no coordination and teamwork
Teamwork this trait in the entire duration of the almost the entire duration of the only some parts of the dance. the duration of the dance. at all.
dance. dance.
Dance The interpretation stood faithful to The interpretation stood faithful in The interpretation stood faithful in The interpretation rarely stood faithful The dance did not present faithfully the
Interpretation the literature given. almost all parts given. only some of the parts given. to the literature. interpretation of the literature.
Form and Style The form and style were entirely The form and style were almost The form and style were partially The form and style were rarely The form and style were never
consistent. consistent. consistent. consistent. observed.
Costume / Materials The costume shows total fidelity to The costume shows partial fidelity to The costume shows casual fidelity to The costume shows minimal fidelity to The costume shows no fidelity to the
the literature of the dance. the literature of the dance. the literature of the dance. the literature of the dance. literature of the dance.
Spontaneity The entire presentation was Most of the parts of the presentation Some of the parts of the presentation Parts of the presentation were rarely Parts of the presentation were never
spontaneous. was spontaneous. was spontaneous. spontaneous. spontaneous.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES (AA)


Aside from the final output, the student will be assessed at other times during the term by the following:

Assessment Activity Description and other Details Course Outcomes it represents

AA1 Assignment, Quizzes Reports and Recitation The learner is tasked to comply this requirement to keep update of their performance record. CO1
AA2 Contact Work Checklists The contract work will serve as a progress checklist of what activities to comply within the duration of the course. CO2
AA3 Practical Exam / Actual Demonstration The learner is expected to showcase one’s mastery in developing the skills expected within the duration of the course. CO3
AA4 Midterm and Final Examination The learner is required to pass both examination as partial requirement to complete the course. CO4

V. GRADING SYSTEM:
The final grade in this course will be composed of the following items and their weights in the final grade computation:
Assessment
Grade Source (Score or Rubric Grade) Percentage of Final Grade
Item
AA1 Quizzes and Recitation 10%
AA2 Contact Work Checklists 10%
AA3 Practical Exam / Actual Demonstration 10%
AA4 Midterm and Final Examination 30%
LE1 Reporting / Class Presentation 10%
LE2 Inter-color Competition 10%
LE3 Rubric for Dance Performance 20%
TOTAL 100%
Passing Grade 75% (3.0)
Passing Grade conditions: The learner must comply the necessary requirements
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Note: Passing Grade and computation of Grade could be numeric (0-100) or decimal (1.0, 1.25, 1.50, etc.). The choice is with the teacher handling the course. If the course will be working of combination of numeric or decimal
grades then an equivalence table should be provided in the syllabus. There are courses who has a passing grade condition, examples include (a) no grade of 0.0 in any assessment (b) a minimum of a grade of 2.5 is needed to
pass (c) no project – automatic fail in the course.
VI. LEARNING PLAN:

In order to achieve the outcomes of this course, learners will go through this learning plan

Course Teaching-Learning Assessment


Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) Weeks Topics Required Reading Learning Evidences
Outcome Activities (TLA) Activities
Mapping and USeP’s VMGO
List down / State the VMGO, IGA, IGO, Charting of USeP’s Oral Agreement on Classroom
PEO, GO and the CEd Goals and CO4 I. Course Orientation VMGO, IGA, IGO, Recitation USeP Hymn Policies through a class
Objectives with ease. II. VMGO of USeP and the PEO, G.O. and CEd contract.
1 College/Department and the USeP Hymn Group Quiz Ecumenical Prayer
Accurately sing the USeP Hymn. III. Course Outline, Policies, rules and
regulations. Discussion of the Group CEd GO
Recite the Ecumenical Prayer. Policies affecting Performance
students.
Belmonte, P. (1990).
Manifest appreciation in one’s own culture CO1 Physical Education
by observing the rules of the game. Handbook. Rex Bookstore, LE1
IV. Introduction to Philippine Traditional Manila.
Games
Invent strategies and techniques in playing Brainstorming LE2
V. Traditional Game 1: Patintero Andin, Carmen T. Teaching
the actual game. CO2 VI. Traditional Game 2: Tumbang Preso Physical Education in the
2-4 Circle the Stage Actual Game
VII. Traditional Game 3: Kadang – Philippine School. Rex
Express teamwork through active Book Store, Manila 2003
Kadang
participation in class activities and group
VIII. Traditional Game 4: Luksong Tinik at
works. Tulio, Doris D. Physical
Luksong Baka
Education 2 for College.
Mandaluyong. National
Bookstore. 2008
Belmonte, P. (1990).
Relate basic skills in each type of game to CO1 Physical Education
real -life situations. Handbook. Rex Bookstore, LE1
Brainstorming Manila.
CO2 IX. Individual /Dual Sports 1: Darts Actual Game
Integrate techniques and decision – LE2
X. Individual /Dual Sports 2: Chess Circle the Stage Andin, Carmen T. Teaching
making skills in doing the game. 5–7 Physical Education in the
XI. Individual /Dual Sports 3: Badminton
XII. Recreational Games Practical Philippine School. Rex
Improvise games that can be played in any Book Store, Manila 2003
Examination
occasion and location.
Tulio, Doris D. Physical
Education 2 for College.
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Develop critical thinking skills while playing College of Education Mandaluyong. National Page 7 of 10
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Course Teaching-Learning Assessment
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) Weeks Topics Required Reading Learning Evidences
Outcome Activities (TLA) Activities
8 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
Demonstrate the different Phases of the XIII. Rhythmic Activities Aquino, F. (1980)
dance program through body movements. CO1 XIV. Rhythm and meter note values and Fundamental Dance
patterns Steps in Music. LE1
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CO3 XV. Note Values of Patterns Francisco Aquino.
Demonstrate movement patterns into XVI. Phases of Rhythmic Activities Manila LE3
repeatable sequence. XVII. Elements of Movement Space
XVIII. Dance: Its cope and meaning Direct Instruction Aquino, F. (1980)
Create movements showing the different CO1 XIX. Basic formations in dance Method Creative Philippine Folkdance V.
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approaches to creative rhythms. XX. Fundamental Dance Positions Presentation 1-6. Francisco Aquino.
CO3 XXI. Phase of the Dance Program Return Demo Manila
XXII. Introduction to Philippine Folk Dances
Demonstrate the growth of Filipino Culture
CO1 XXIII. Classification of Folk Dances Practical Exam
through the evolution of the Philippine 12
XXIV. Fundamental Positions of the Arms
Dances.
CO3 and Feet
Develop mastery in working the figures and
dance steps. CO1
13 Philippine Folk Dance Terms and Dance Patterns
Describe and analyze the dance terms of
the Philippine Folkdance. CO3
Aquino, F. (1980)
CO1 Fundamental Dance
Steps in Music. LE1
Perform the dance steps with mastery.
CO3 Francisco Aquino.
Direct Instruction Manila LE3
Execute dance steps gracefully.
Folk Dance 1: Sala ti Mais Method
14 – 17 Folk Dance 2: Tiklos Aquino, F. (1980)
Develop techniques in learning and
Folk Dance 3: Konan Return Demo Class Philippine Folkdance V.
executing the dance.
Folk Dance 4: Cariňosa Presentation 1-6. Francisco Aquino.
Practical Exam / Dance Manila
Perform and Execute the Folk Dance with
Recital
Precision.

18 FINAL EXAMINATION

Note: In order to formulate intended learning outcomes, you can use a reference learning taxonomy like Bloom’s taxonomy in order to see the Low-Order Thinking Skills verbs that needs to be activated before reaching the High-
Order Thinking Skills verbs. For example, if the course outcome uses the verb DESIGN, then intended learning outcomes should include verbs starting from IDENTIFY/RECALL  UNDERSTAND  SYNTHESIZE  ANALYZE
 DESIGN. Do not forget that the rubric criteria and descriptors should serve as a guide in determining essential content or topics and its arrangement in the learning plan.
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VII. REFERENCES/ARTICLES TO READ: (Must be written in APA Format)

1. Aquino, F. (1980) Fundamental Dance Steps in Music. Francisco Aquino. Manila


2. Aquino, F. (1980) Philippine Folkdance V. 1-6. Francisco Aquino. Manila
3. Belmonte, P. (1990). Physical Education Handbook. Rex Bookstore, Manila.
4. Andin, Carmen T. Teaching Physical Education in the Philippine School. Rex Book Store, Manila 2003
5. Tulio, Doris D. Physical Education 2 for College. Mandaluyong. National Bookstore. 2008

VIII. CLASSROOM POLICIES:

1. No special or repeated testing for all types of objective tests (except for examinations).
2. Point deductions apply for late submission of individual and group outputs of any type.
3. Must comply submission of partial outputs for marking under quizzes and assignments.
4. Must comply submission of final and corrected outputs with analysis.
5. Must not submit a plagiarized copy or form of any assessment output

Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved:

ALSHAMIR BRYAN B. ARIPUDDIN DR. BENJIE Q. BADON DR. REYNALDO M. NOGODULA


Faculty Program Head/Chair Dean

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