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TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
SYLLABUS IN NSTP (PART 1)
COURSE CODE: NSTP 1
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
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d. Classification and sources of pollution
1. Air
2. Water
3. Land
e. Garbology
Four Rs of waste Management
7 Contagious D...
REFERENCE:
Understanding the National Service Training Program by Labuguen
Towards One goal: Social transformation by DLSU...
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Course oultline syllabus nstp1 revised june 2013

  1. 1. TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SYLLABUS IN NSTP (PART 1) COURSE CODE: NSTP 1 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course includes programs or activities contributory to the welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and morals of the citizenry CREDIT UNIT: 3 units COURSE PREREQUISITE: NONE GENERAL COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester, the students shall have acquired 1. To develop and promote civic consciousness, enhance the intellectual, physical, moral, spiritual and social being of the students. 2. To inculcate among the students the ideals of patriotism and nationalism and advance their involvement in public and civic affair 3. To instill moral values among the students, inculcate the respect for the rights of civilians and adherence to the constitution TIME FRAME TOPIC WEEK NO. 1 Introduction of University Mission and Vision Organization and Orientation 2 a. How to be a successful student b. Orientation on RA no 9163 or the National Service Training Program (NSTP), Act of 2001 and the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the NSTP c. Mission/Vision of TUA and its Impact in the implementation of NSTP 3 d. Service-Learning Leadership 1. Definitions and Concepts 2. Rationale of Service-Learning 3. Types of Services: Volunteerism, Community Service and Service-learning 4. Service-learning Tripod: Knowledge-experience-reflection e. Servant-Leadership 4 Developing leaders for Community service Theories of leadership Styles of leadership Characteristics of an effective team The team leader’s role As servants As community builders 5 Drug and Substance Abuse Prevention Control PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 6 Environmental Education a. Goal of environmental education b. Objectives of environmental education c. Problems, issues and concerns in the community
  2. 2. d. Classification and sources of pollution 1. Air 2. Water 3. Land e. Garbology Four Rs of waste Management 7 Contagious Disease 1. carrier of contagious disease 2. The common deficiency diseases 3. Common communicable diseases and their prevention 4. AIDS update 8 Disaster Management and Preparedness 9 MID TERM EXAMINATION 10 Alcoholism 1.Definition of Alcoholism and alcoholic 2.Alcoholic beverages 3. Effects of alcohol 4. Advantages and disadvantages of alcohol 11 Major health consequences of 1. smoking 2. Cancer 3.Mainstream smoke, side stream smoke and second hand smoke or passive smoke 12 1. Definition of First Aid 2. Plan of Action in emergency situation 3. Qualities of a good first aider 4. The need of first Aid 5. Nine general directions for a first aider 6. The recovery position 7. Calling for a doctor 8. First Aid for common accidents 9. Causes of accidents 10. Common accidents at home 13 A. Concepts and theories about community B. Understanding about community C. Methods of partnership with community D. Symbiosis as foundation of healthy community-academic relationship Community organizing 14 SEMI FINAL EXAMINATION a. Concepts and Issues about culture b. Anthropological Approach in Entering a community 15 Effective Communication in the Community Communication filters Purpose Barriers Basic Principles in addressing/Resolving Barriers Communication theories applied in community setting a. Social category b. Reinforcement c. Two step flow d. Credibility 16-17 Community exposure 18 PRESENTATION OF COMMUNITY PROFILE
  3. 3. REFERENCE: Understanding the National Service Training Program by Labuguen Towards One goal: Social transformation by DLSU-Dasmarinas faculty 2006 Environmental Education -CWTS by Lee NSTP by Gasilla-dela Cruz Methodology Socialized recitation Group Dynamics Critical Analysis Community Inquiry Seminar-Lecture REQUIREMENTS: Attendance Class participation Community Exposure Projects Grading Midterm Temporary Final Grade Class Standing 60% Class standing 60% Major exam (Pre/Mid) 40% Community exposure 20% Semi Final Examination 20% FINAL GRADE Mid term Grade 40% Tentative Final Grade 50% Attendance 10% DATE OF REVISION: JUNE 2013 Prepared by: Dr.Jean I. Maglaque Faculty, Department of Natural Science Noted by: Dr. Verner Gregory S. Veloso Head ,Department of Natural Sciences Approved By: Dr. Giselie Mina OIC, College of Arts and Science

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