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COURSE SYLLABUS INS Form 1


in August 1, 2020
Revision 3
PE 3

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
1st Semester; A.Y. 2020-2021

Department/Area :
Curriculum :
Curriculum Year : First Year
No. of Hours/Sem : 36 hours
Credit Unit(s) : 2 units
Prerequisite(s) : None

Vision of the University : The premier multidisciplinary - technological university

Mission of the University : Provide advanced professional and technical instruction for special purposes, advanced studies in industrial trade, agriculture,
fishery, forestry, aeronautics, and land-based programs, arts and sciences, health sciences, information technology, and other
relevant fields of study. It shall undertake research, production and extension services, and provide progressive leadership in its
areas of specialization.

Goals of the University : The University shall produce scientifically, and technologically oriented human capital equipped with appropriate knowledge, skills,
and attitudes. It shall likewise pursue relevant research, strengthen linkages with the industry, community, and other institutions,
and maintain sustainable technology for the preservation of the environment

Program Goals: 1. To develop critical thinking and imaginative expressions and innovations across languages and cultures;
2. To produce their own literary and cultural texts that may be required by range of disciplines and professions;
3. To contribute to the body of Philippine literature and the development of Philippine culture;
4. To expand their experiential and intellectual horizons that develop knowledge, values, skills and intercultural competence; and
5. To encourage disciplinary commitment and prepare them for national and international career outcomes and life-long learning.
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Program Outcomes: 1. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice;
2. Communicate effectively through oral and in written forms using both English and Filipino;
3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
4. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibilities;
5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722);
6. Recognize the need for and demonstrate the ability for lifelong learning;
7. Identify multi-perspectives and interrelations among texts and contexts;
8. Apply analytical and interpretive skills in the study of texts;
9. Discuss and/or create artistic forms and types;
10. Demonstrate research skills specific to the sub-disciplines in the humanities;
11. Use appropriate theories and methodologies critically and creatively;
12. Appraise the role of humanistic education in the formation of the human being and society;
13. Apply close reading of texts, involving analysis and interpretation of a variety of forms, types, and genres;
14. Deploy critical perspectives in the analysis and interpretation of texts representing a variety of forms, types, and genres;
15. Produce a creative or critical text on one of the genres, forms or types that may be useful to Literature as a discipline as an
individual or group work;
16. Categorize literary and cultural texts according to geographical areas, cultural/intercultural milieus, types, conventions,
movements, and historical periods;
17. With the abovementioned skills and competencies, plan and execute written and non-written projects for careers and
undertakings anchored in the discipline of Literature in which Literature graduates are specifically considered competitive and
highly qualified such as postgraduate study, research, documentation, publishing, and creative work in literary genres as well as in
various media, education, and work in higher education institutions.

Course Description : This course will provide experiences in a variety of physical activities for the purpose of optimizing health. Specifically, students
will learn the art of Arnis as a means of improving their level of fitness through engaging in the different drills and activities related
to the sport. This course will also help in promoting R.A. 9850 declaring Arnis as our National Martial Art and Sports in the Philippines.
Student competencies in this sport shall be determined by a demonstration of a self-designed Arnis routine.

Course Learning Within the semester, the students are expected to:
Outcomes 1. Manifest understanding of Arnis as a national art, and a physical activity which can be used to improve level of fitness.
2. Demonstrate movement competence and analytical aptitude in the execution of the basic skills and self-defense strategies.
3. Design an exercise training program inclusive of moderate and vigorous exercises for the improvement of one’s health and well-
being.
4. Display values of self-preservation, discipline and respect through active participation in physical activities considering risk
management in promoting well-being.
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Course Content:

TEACHING
INTENDED LEARNING ASSESSMENT LEARNING TIME
LEARNING CONTENTS REFERENCE REMARKS
OUTCOMES TASK(S) RESOURCES ALLOCATION
ACTIVITY
Within the semester, the
students are expected to:

1. present the ways to Digital Poster on Independent Reading Class Orientation PowerPoint Student Manual 2 hours
accomplish the university “CTU in the New on the Introduction of a. VMGO of VMGO
VMGO in the current socio- Normal” the Module b. Course Syllabus Copy of the VMGO
economic, political, and c. Learning BOR
environmental conditions of Signing of the Terms Management approved
the society; and of Agreement on the System (LMS)
2. agree on the Flexible use of FLS Guidelines Hand-outs
Learning System policies in
writing. Syllabus
Within the semester, the Chapter 1: Arnis Wiley, M. (2012).
students are expected to: Arnis: Reflections on
Timeline of the sport Independent work A. The Development Module the History and 6 hours
1. manifest knowledge of the of Arnis in the Development of
nature of Arnis; (CLO 1) Success story (of an AVPresentation Philippines. Feature Filipino Martial Arts:
2. associate the sport with self- Arnis practitioner) B. Facilities and stories of Tuttle Publishing.
defense and overall Drills Equipment successful
wellness; (CLO 1) Performance C. Rules and Arnis Cañete, C. (1989).
3. demonstrate expertise in the Examination Practice sessions on Regulations practitioners Doce Pares: Basic
sport salutations and Salutation and D. Salutations and Eskrima, Arnis, Kali,
formalities; and (CLO 2) Promotional Brochure Formalities Formalities Pangolisi. Philippines:
4. show appreciation of arnis for Arnis E. Scoring System PPT Slides Doce Pares Publishing
as an art and a sport. (CLO Online Discussion F. Safety protocol House, Inc.
1)
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION (1 hour)
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Within the semester, the Chapter 2 - Eskrima- Muyot, Fritzmarie R.
students are expected to: Kali-Arnis et. al. MAPE ON THE
GO, Sunshine
1. exhibit understanding of the Peer Evaluation Video Demonstration 1. Gripping Video Clips Interlinks Publishing
principles of balance, Drills House, Inc. 2005. 8 hours
forces, and motion in the 2. Stances
performance of the different Worksheets Drills Cañete, C. 2009.
techniques ; (CLO 2) Module Eskrima-Arnis
2. demonstrate movement Techniques: Doce
competence in the Pares Publishing
execution of basic skills; House,
(CLO2) MIDTERM EXAMINATION (1 hour) Inc.,Philippines MIDTERM EXAMINATION
Performance 3. Striking 8 hours
3. practice self-discipline and examination Discussion Techniques Worksheets
self-control in the Drills Cañete, D. 1969.
performance of drills and 4. Sinawali (Single Filipino Martial
practices; (CLO 4) Arnis Journal and Double) Culture: Doce Pares
Movement Analysis Drills Publishing House,
4. display analytical skills by 5. Redonda Inc., Philippines.
the proper application of Drills
self-defense strategies in Drills 6. Striking 1-12 Presas, R. 1983.
various situations; and (CLO Drills Modern Arnis: The
2) SEMI-FINAL Filipino Art of Stick SEMI-FINAL
Demonstration Video Practice Sessions EXAM (1 hour) Fighting: Black Belt EXAMINATION
5. create a movement 7. Defense 1-12 Drills Communications. 8 hours
combination appropriate for 8. Arnis Anyo/Form
the student’s level of
expertise. (CLO 3)
FINAL EXAMINATION (1 hour)

Course Requirements:
1. OLISI – Arnis Sticks or any appropriate substitute
2. Attendance to synchronous sessions
3. Wearing of the appropriate attire during physical activities
4. Performances
5. Submission of ALL assessment tasks
6. Major examinations
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Approved Grading System Applicable to the Course/Program

Major Exams (MT & FT Exams) 40%


Class Standing 60 %
Quizzes 20%
Written Outputs 20%
Recitations 20%
Total 100 %

Revision Date: December 12, 2019


Consultation Hours:
Contact Details: Refer to the respective instructor’s contact details

Prepared by:

JOVELITO A. CANILLAS, Dev. Ed. D. VINCENT I. CABALLES ABIGAIL ENA U. BAYANI ISRAELI CAMINOS, Dev. Ed. D.

BEVERLY P. ACAIN ARNEL F. SANCHEZ RENNELIE C. PANZO DORIS SABIONA, Ed. D. JORELYN P. CONCEPCION, Ed. D.

Date: June 23, 2020


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Upon Recommendation by the Committee:

LYNETTE MATEA S. CAMELLO, D.A. LitCom


Language Expert

CRISTIE ANN JACA, Ed.D.


University Director for Curriculum and Development

WILSON M. SAYABOC, D.A., Ph.D


University Director for Instructional Delivery, Monitoring, and Evaluation

APPROVED:

HEDELIZA A. PINEDA, PhD


University Dean for Instruction