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Republic of the Philippines


San Isidro, Tomas Oppus, Southern Leyte


Course Outline in Filipino Values System

2nd Semester 2011-2012

National Goals: The attainment of globally competitive Filipinos through quality and
excellent education, relevant and responsive to changing
environment, accessible and equitable to deserving students, and
efficient and effective in optimizing return and benefits

Vision: The SLSU shall be a globally competitive and values-motivated

institution for social transformation.

Mission: The SLSU is dedicated to produce agents of change imbued with

core values of competence, commitment and spirituality and uphold
excellence in instruction, research, extension and production for
sustainable socio-economic growth and development.

Subject Information

Course Number: GC 606

Course Credit: 3 units
Pre-Requisite: none

Professional Competencies

Professional Role : Manager

Professional Responsibilities : Problem-Solving


Professional Task : Identifying and diagnosing problems

Decision Making
Learning Competencies

Skills : Critical Thinking

Problem Solving Skills

Knowledge : Filipino Values System

Attitudes/Values : Analytical Mindset


Course Description :

This course enables the students to reevaluate his/her understanding of the

Filipino values, how these values are affected by the passage of time with the
introduction of modern technology that gives access to globalization. Moreover, the
course allows the students to reflect on the significance and relevance of the Filipino
values to the lives of the modern Filipino.

Objectives of the Course :

General: Enable the students to develop a critical thinking and understanding

on the Filipino values vis-à-vis the changes in the modern society.

Specific: 1. Review the values kept by the Filipinos in the olden times;

2. Examine the values which are evident in the present time;

3. Evaluate these values by comparing and contrasting and see

their relevance and importance to the human life of every

4. Develop a concrete plan of action in the propagation of Filipino

values which could help in nation building.

Methodology and Evaluative Measures:

A. Methodology

1. Oral and written report of the topics

2. Powerpoint presentations
3. Group Dynamics
B. Evaluative Measure

1. Term Exams - 40%

2. Oral Report - 10%
3. Written Report - 10%
4. Reaction Paper - 20%
5. Quizzes - 20%
Total 100%

Course Content



I Introduction 13.5 hrs.

1. The Psychology of the Filipino
2. The Positiveness of Filipino Values
3. The Bamboo and the Filipino

Focus Questions

II Filipino Values and the Family 13.5 hrs.

1. Filipino Value-Formation in Children
2. Filipino Values and Today’s Youth

Focus Questions

III Filipino Values and Education 13.5 hrs.

1. The Value of “Orgullo Nacional”

2. Technology and National Development
3. Brain Drain

Focus Questions

IV Filipino Values and Society 13.5 hrs.

1. The formation of Philippine Society
2. Human Values for Rural Development
3. Towards a Filipino Political and Social
4. Development for Filipinos
5. Technology Transfer
Focus Questions
V Filipino Values, Women and Relationships
1. The Filipina as a Worker
2. Women Executives
3. Love, Sex and Marriage in the Philippine
4. Filipino Values Related to Sex
5. Sexual Practices and Problems
6. Filipino Custom of “No Touch”
7. Office Courtship: “Si” or “No”?

Focus Questions
VI Filipino Values and Discipline
1. Some Consideration on Discipline
2. How to Discipline the Filipino

Focus Question

VII Filipino Values and Property

1. The Filipino Psychology of Property
2. Filipino Values Related to Property
3. The “Sakop” Value

Focus Questions
VIII Filipino Values and Team-Building
1. The Role of “Bayanihan” in Team Building
2. Filipino Values of Teamwork

Focus Questions
IX Filipino Values and Honesty
1. Maintaining Honesty
2. Filipino Values Related to Stealing
3. The Negative and Positive Sides of

X The Filipino Value of Shame

1. “Hiya” – Filipino virtue or Vice?
2. The Positiveness of the Filipino Shame
Focus Questions

XI The Filipino Value of “Pakikisama”

1. The Positive Side of “Pakikisama”
2. “Pakikisama” – A Tool for Leadership
3. The Positive Side of “Barkada”

Focus Questions


Andres, Tomas D. 1989. Positive Filipino Values. Quezon City: New Day Publishers.
______________. 1980. Understanding Values. Quezon City: New Day Publishers.
Mercado, Leonardo N. 1994. The Filipino Mind: Philippine Philosophical Studies II.
Manila: Divine Word Publications.