| |Course Title: |Course Code: Econ |No pre-requisite | | |ECONOMICS WITH TAXATION AND LAND REFORM | | | | | |Course Unit: 3 |3 hours lecture | | | |Second Semester AY 2011-2012 | |
The course presents a general background of economics, the interaction of its various elements and its effect in general to people’s lives. It also includes a general background of the laws of taxation and land reform.
I. COURSE OBJECTIVES:
The objective of this course is three-fold. Student, at the end of the semester are expected to: first, better understanding basic economic principles and processes i.e. resources, market, money, etc.; second, appreciate the importance of taxation as means of supporting the government in sustaining its programs and projects as opposed to common notion on taxation as a burden and; lastly, realize the necessity for land reform program as means of state’s pursuit of social justice.
II. AFFECTIVE LEARNING COMPETENCIES
At the end of the semester, the students:
1. Appreciated the importance of natural resources, money, market, taxation as means supporting the government and reaize the necessity for land reform
III. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES/ ACTIVITIES
1. Direct instruction or classroom teaching technique.
2. Recitation technique.
3. Reporting technique.
4. Research works
IV. LEARNING ASSESSMENTS / LEARNING MEASUREMENT (PRODUCTS, OUTPUTS, AND PROJECT TARGETS) 1. Graded Recitation/ reporting
3. Major Exams (Prelim, Midterm and Finals)
V. GRADING PROCEDURES
For Prelim, Midterm and Final terms
Class Standing (Graded Recitation, Quizzes, Long test, Researches & PBL Presentation) 30% Projects
30% Major Exams
For Final Grade
40% TOTAL 100%
|PRELIM | |TIME FRAME |COURSE OUTLINE |REFERENCE |SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE |STRATEGIES/AGUSTINIAN CORE VALUES |EVALUATION | |1st Week |Orientation | | | | | | |...
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