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SUBJECT SYLLABUS

Prepared by: Bonifacio A. de Lara, Jr.

SUBJECT CODE:Computer 1/10

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY

Diploma in Midwifery

COLLEGE OF ARTS SCIENCES AND SOCIAL WORKS

Bachelor of Arts and BSSW

COLLEGE TEACHER EDUCATION

BSE and BEEd

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION

BSTHRT, ATHRT, BSBA, 2 Year Certificate in Computer Secretarial and BSOA

COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY
ABTheo, BPTheo and BRE-ECE

SUBJECT TITLE:Introduction to Computer Science and Programming Concepts

UNITS:3 Units

PRE-REQUISITE:None

TYPE OF SUBJECT:Minor

FACULTY:Bonifacio A. de Lara, Jr.

TERMS:First Semester / Second Semester

ROOMS:EZE 201/ST 104

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to teach the students the basics of computer education. It was designed in a manner that will allow the students to acquire a ladder-type education in information technology.

SUBJECT PURPOSE OVERVIEW:
Computer 10 is a course that enables students to familiarize themselves with the use of basic operations of a computer such as operating system, windows applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint with version 2003, respectively.

STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:
1. Class Standing (CS) 2/3 of the TERM GRADE
• Attendance – students should not incur absences of more than 20% of the required attendance. Each absence would mean reduction of attendance rate by one step. • Quizzes – there must be at least two quizzes per term period. Each quiz should contain ten to fifteen questions. • Unit Test – there must be at least one unit test per term period. Each unit test should contain 20 to 30 points / question. • Assignments – assignments should be given to students to further broaden their horizon on the subject matter. This must be given equivalent rating for purpose s of computing the term grade. • Graded Recitation – this should be given once every term grade. • Other Factors – other factors which should be determined at the start of classes may be included depending upon the nature of the course, like projects, term papers, research works, workbooks, etc.

For the above purpose, each factor or item should be assigned a corresponding percentage. The total weight of the Class Standing is equal to 2/3 of the total term grade.

2. Term Test (1/3)
• Prelim Test (PT)
• Midterm Test (MT)
• Final Test (FT)

In determining the term grade, the Term Test is equal to 1/3 of the Class Standing in each term period.

3. Formula in Computing the Term Grade

• PG = [(CS X 2) + PT] / 3

• MG = {[(CS X 2) + MT] / 3} 2 + PG
3

• FG = {[CS X 2) + FT] / 3}2 + MG
3

NCC THEME

The Administration, Faculty, Staff and Students of Northern Christian College N – Nurtured in Christ
C – Centered in Christ
C – Committed in Christ

NCC CREDO

Northern Christian College seeks a life of faith, learning and action that will develop the person into becoming intellectually competent and honest, morally and ethically sensitive, and creatively aware and responsive to the needs, aspirations and realization of Just, Free and Responsible Christian social order.

NCC MISSION

The Mission of Northern Christian College is the training of the spiritual, intellectual, social and physical faculties of the youth of the Philippines with special emphasis upon the development of Christian character as exemplified by the...
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