At the end of the course students should be able to Course Learning Outcomes

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At the end of the course, students should be able to:Course Learning OutcomesGECCOMPETENCIES/OUTCOMES1Evaluate primary sources for their credibility, authenticity, and provenanceSkill2Analyze the context, content, and perspective of different kinds of primary sourcesSkill3Determine the contribution of different kinds of primary sources in understanding Philippine historyKnowledge4Develop critical and analytical skills with exposure to primary sourcesSkill5Demonstrate the ability to use primary sources to argue in favor or against a particular issueSkill6Effectively communicate, using various techniques and genres, their historical analysis of a particular event or issue that could help others understand the chosen topicKnowledge7Propose recommendations/solutions to present-day problems based on their understanding of root causes and their anticipation of future scenariosValues8Display the ability to work in a team and contribute to a group projectValues9Manifest interest in local history and concern in promoting and preserving our country’s national Values
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patrimony and cultural heritage10Uphold Filipino local historical treasures for others guidance founded on interdisciplinary research.ValuesCourse RequirementsMajor exams, namely; prelim, midterm, pre-final and final examination.Graded reporting.Community data collection.Individual and group narrative outputs.Grading SystemThe percentage allocation for the Major Exam/Output is consistent with the University guidelines. 20% Prelim Examination30% Midterm Examination50% Midterm Class Standing20% Pre-Final Examination80% After Midterm Class Standing35% Midterm Examination35% After Midterm Performance30% Final ExaminationOfficial General References:Blair, Emma and Robertson, James Alexander. The Philippine islands. 1903.Zaide, Gregorio and Zaide, Sonia. Documentary sources in Philippine history. 1990ReferencesBooksAguinaldo Emilio, Mga gunita ng Himagsikan, (pp 78-82; 95-100; 177-188; 212-227) [Memoirs]
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Agoncillo Teodoro, History of the Filipino PeopleAlvarez Santiago, Katipunan and the Revolution: Memoirs of a GeneralDe Plasencia Juan, Customs of the Tagalogs, (Garcia 1979, pp 221-234) [Friar Account]Gottschalk Luis, Understanding HistoryHowell and Preveniee, From Reliable SourcesFox Robert, The Tabon CavesJacinto Emillio, Kartilla ng Latipunan (Richardson, 2013, pp. 131-137) [Declaration of Principles]Pigafetta Antonio, First Voyage Around the World, (pp. 23-48) [Chronicle]Scott William Henry, Prehispanic Source Materials for the Study of Philippine History Non-printAquino Corazon, President Corazon Aquinos Speech Before the U.S. Congress Sept. 18, 1986 [Speech]Raiders of the Sulu Sea (film)Tasaday (film)Works of Luna and Amorsolo [Paintings]UNIT OF INSTRUCTION – Type unit of instruction here…Learning OutcomesTopic OutlineTeaching LearningActivitiesTimeFrameAssessment TaskScoringToolPrelims:Articulate institutional policies and course outputsEvaluate Primary Sources for their Introduction to the courseMeaning and relevance of History
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