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  CENTRAL PHILIPPINES STATE UNIVERSITY  Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental   Doc Control Code: CPSU-F-VPAA-20 Effective Date: 09/12/18 Page No.:   1 of 23   COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES OBE COURSE SYLLABUS in GEC 4 (Mathematics in the Modern World) Second   Semester, S.Y. 2018  –  2019 VISION  CPSU as center of excellence attuned to global diversity. MISSION Provide quality research, instruction, production, and extension programs responsive to the local and global challenges and demands. GOAL CPSU as a function higher learning institution leading in local and global development through instruction, research, extension and production with an effective and efficient front line services. COMMON OUTCOME TO A HORIZONTAL TYPE OF THE SCHOOL To participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects. PROGRAM OUTCOMES a. Common to All Types of School (Based on CMO 40, series of 2017) a.1  The ability to engage in lifelong learning and understanding of the need to keep abreast of the developments in the specific field of practice. a.2  The ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Tagalog. a.3  The ability to work effectively and independently in multi- disciplinary and multi- cultural teams. a.4  A recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility a.5    An appreciation of “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722)   b. Specific to Social Sciences and Communication b.1  Understand and apply social science concepts and theories to the analysis of social issues; b.2  Design and execute social research using appropriate approaches and methods b.3  Practice professional and ethical standards in the fields of social sciences.  CENTRAL PHILIPPINES STATE UNIVERSITY  Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental   Doc Control Code: CPSU-F-VPAA-20 Effective Date: 09/12/18 Page No.:   2 of 23   I. PROGRAM : Bachelor of Arts major in Social Science II. COURSE NUMBER : GEC 4 III. COURSE TITLE :   Mathematics in the Modern World IV. COURSE DESCRIPTION Based on CMO 20, S 2017  : This course begins with the introduction to the nature of the mathematics as an exploration of the patterns (nature and environment) and as application of the inductive and deductive reasoning. By exploration of this topics, students are encouraged to go beyond the technical understanding of the mathematics as a merely bunch of formula but as a source of aesthetic in patterns of nature, for example, and as a rich language in itself (and of science) govern by logic and reasoning. This course then proceeds to survey ways in which mathematics provides tool for understanding and dealing of various aspects of present daily living, such as managing personal finances, making social choices, appreciating geometric design, understanding codes used in the data transmission and security, and dividing limited resources fairly. This aspect will provide opportunities for actually doing mathematics in broad range of various exercises that bring out the various dimensions of mathematics as a way of knowing and test the students’ understanding and capacity.  The course is also intended to build capacity among the students/participants to be able to train additional security who can teach the new GE courses, Mathematics in the Modern World. V. CREDIT  : 3 units VI. CREDIT HOURS  : 54 hours VII. COURSE PREREQUISITE : None  VIII. COURSE OUTCOMES :  At the end of the semester, the students must have:  Knowledge 1. Discussed and argued about the nature of mathematics what it is now, how it is express, represented and used; 2. Used different type of reasoning to justify statements and arguments made about mathematics and mathematical concepts; 3. Discussed the language and symbols of mathematics. Skills 4. Used variety of statistical tools to process and manage numerical values; 5. Used mathematics in other areas such as finance, business, codes and coding schemes, networks, voting, health and medicines, environment, arts and designs and recreation;  CENTRAL PHILIPPINES STATE UNIVERSITY  Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental   Doc Control Code: CPSU-F-VPAA-20 Effective Date: 09/12/18 Page No.:   3 of 23   6. Taught and trained others to teach the new GE course in Mathematics in the Modern World; Values 7. Appreciated the nature and use of mathematics in everyday life; 8. Affirmed honestly and integrity in the application of mathematics to various human endeavors. IX. LEARNING PLAN Desired Learning Outcomes (DLO) Course Content References Time Frame (hrs) Teaching and Learning Activities Assessment Task Resources Materials Midterm  At the end of the Midterm Examination, the students must have answered correctly at least 75 percent of the written exam and completed 75 percent of the authentic assessment. Unit 1     References from unit 1 (Sections 1  –  3)   1.5 hour Summative Examination   Pencil and Paper test Essay Test Portfolio Assessment   Summative Examination   TOS At the end of the unit, the students must have: Unit 0: Course Orientation and the Institutional Vision, Mission, Core, Values, and Outcomes  a. Gained full understanding of the nature and the general desired outcomes of the course Literary Criticism, including 1. Course Description, General Desired Objectives, Class Policies   2. The University Vision, Mission,   University Code    Student’s Manual     Bulletin of Information   Syllabus and Course Outline   QMS Manual 3 hrs     Group Discussion Creative output (scrapbook containing pictures taken from around the University which reflect the demonstrate the institutional vision,   Rubric to measure students’ creative output  CENTRAL PHILIPPINES STATE UNIVERSITY  Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental   Doc Control Code: CPSU-F-VPAA-20 Effective Date: 09/12/18 Page No.:   4 of 23   the class policy, and institutional grading criteria b. Internalized and demonstrated the vision, mission, core values of the University and the institutional, college, degree and course outcomes Values, Outcomes, and Quality Policy   mission, core values outcomes, and quality policy At the end of the unit, the students must have:   Unit 1: Nature of Mathematics (Mathematics in our world, mathematical language and symbols, Problem Solving and Reasoning)  1. Identifies patterns in nature and regularities in the world (K). 2. Articulated the importance of mathematics in one’s life (V).  3. Argued about the nature of Section 1. The Nature of Mathematics I. Mathematics in our World Core Idea. Mathematics is a useful way to think about nature and our world.   Patterns and Numbers in  Aufmann, R. N., et al. (2018). Mathematics in the Modern World (Chapter 1). Philippines: Rex Book Store 6 hrs Activities: (i) Slide show presentation of the different patterns related to nature. Questions to pose: * What have you observe? Come up with a picture/short video/essay/poem/any creative artwork of how important is Math is in their personal life as group of 4 to 5 students per group. Computer/Laptop Projector Handouts  Art materials
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