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Course Syllabus





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A No. Its focus is to the development of Agrarian Reform and Land Reform in the Philippines and the various forces which shape every change in the country·s Economy leading to the understanding of changes in the government. The 1987 Philippine Constitution with emphasis in Article II section 21 and R. This course deals with principles and concepts of Agrarian Reform. 6657 is an important part of the course.  Y      ! " Y #    $# " Y % .

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substantial understanding of the general principles of the state and the government of the Republic of the Philippines. by way of oral and written examinations. 3.Y Develop and show comprehensive knowledge of the provisions of the Constitution of the Philippines.)   )¯   At the end of the course.Y Understand the basic rights.Y Show. the students are expected to: 1. 2. . responsibilities and obligations as a citizen.

c TM 4. of Strategies Materials Techniques/Assessment Hours 1. " ¯   1.Y Discussion of the content of the course syllabus Y Subject description Y Course Objectives Y Course Requirements Familiarize the content Y System of Computing of the syllabus and to Grades be able to expect from Y References one another based on Y Leveling of expectations personal expectations 3 Lecture/Discussion Ahite Board Question and Answer 2. and examine the benefits and limitations of this method of inquiry.Y Introduction to Economics Y Ahat is Economics Y Economics as an Art Y Economics as a Science Y The relationship of Economics to other .Y To gain a better understanding of the field of Economics and Taxation both historic and current. 2.  " Y  Duration/ Activities/Methodologies/ Audio Visual Evaluation Course Content Specific Objectives No.Y To become familiar with the research methodology commonly used by Social Scientist. To become familiar with the scientific method.Y To respond appropriately to life situations that call for the application of the knowledge of the Constitution. 5.Y To develop the attitude and consciousness of the existence of the rule of law in a civilized society. $ Y To commit a responsible and orderly life that contributes to the establishment and maintenance of a just and stable society.

Y Principles of Economics Y Economic Principles Y Principles of Economics 1 Lecture/Discussion Multi-media 4. c TM fields of studies such as: †Y History †Y Sociology †Y Anthropology †Y Psychology †Y Geography †Y Political Science †Y Politics †Y Ethics †Y Government and Law 9 Group Discussion/Lecture Chalk Board Quiz Essay 3.Y The General Theory of Good Y Causal connections between goods Y Laws Governing Goods Group character Discussion/Debate/Lecture Y Time and Error 6 /Treatise Presentation Multi-media Long Quiz 5.Y The Theory of Money Y The nature and Origin of Money Y The kinds of money appropriate to particular peoples and to particular historical .

and Characteristics of Taxation and Taxes Y Meaning of Taxation Y Purpose and scope of taxation Y Meaning of taxes Y Essential characteristics of tax Y Theory and basis of taxation Y Nature of the power of taxation Y Aspects of taxation Y Extent of the legislative power to tax Y Non-revenue objectives Group of taxation Discussion/Debate/Lecture Y Classification of taxes 6 /Treatise Presentation Visual Aide Quiz 7.Y Limitations on the Power of Taxation Y Constitutional limitations .Y Concept. Nature. c TM periods Y Money as a measurement of price and as the most economic form for Group storing exchangeable Discussion/Debate/Lecture wealth 3 /Treatise Presentation Visual Aide Preliminary Examination 6.

and churches from Group property taxation 6 Discussion/Debate/Lecture Multimedia Long Quiz Y Inherent limitations †Y Requirement that levy must be for public purpose †Y International comity †Y Territorial jurisdiction 2 Lecture/Discussion Ahite board Mid-term Examination . c TM †Y Due process of law †Y Equal protection of the laws †Y Rule of uniformity and equity in taxation †Y No imprisonment for non-payment of a poll tax †Y Non-impairment of the obligation of contracts †Y Non-infringement of religious freedom †Y No appropriation for religious purposes †Y Exemption of religious. charitable. non-profit cemeteries. and educational entities.

Y Aspects of Agrarian Reform Y Economic aspect Y Socio-cultural aspect Y Religious aspect Y Moral aspect Group Y Legal aspect Discussion/Debate/Lecture Y Political aspect 3 /Treatise Presentation Chalk board 10. c TM 8.Y Introduction to Agrarian Reform Y Meaning of land reform Y Meaning of agrarian structure Y Meaning of land tenure structure Y Meaning of production structure Y Land tenure and production structures distinguish Y Meaning of agrarian reform Group Y Samples of agrarian Discussion/Debate/Lecture reform measures 6 /Treatise Presentation Chalk board Quiz 9.YAgrarian Reform in the Philippines Y The Philippine agrarian problem Y Right to own property. Lecture/Discussion/Treatise .

Y Passing Rating in Mid-Term and Final Examinations 6.Y Listen Attentively to Lectures and Take down notes 3.Y Submission and presentation of individual and/or group treatise on assigned topics .Y Attend Class Regularly and Read Assigned Topics 2.YImperatives of Agrarian Reform Y Necessity of agrarian reform in the Philippines Y Objections to agrarian reform Y Components of agrarian reform Y Arguments for the ´Land to Tillerµ program Y Companion measures for the land distribution Y Role of the Farmer in agrarian reform Group Y Role of the land lord in Discussion/Debate/Lecture agrarian reform 6 /Treatise presentation Chalk board Final Examination " Y *  1.Y Provide himself with prescribed textbook and notebook 5.Y Submission of group treatise on assigned topics 7. c TM universal but limited 3 presentation Chalk board Long Quiz 11.Y Performs written and oral tests 4.

. c TM    %| Y ||Y ./¯ Y Quizzes 20%Y Quizzes 20%Y Quizzes 20%Y Recitation 20%Y Recitation 20%Y Recitation 20%Y Project 10%Y Project 5%Y Project 5%Y Attendance & Attitude 10%Y Attendance & Attitude 5%Y Attendance & Attitude 5%Y Prelim Exam 40% Midterm Exam 30%Y Final Grade 30%Y &¯0112Y Prelim Exam 20%Y Midterm Exam 20%Y &¯0112Y TOTAL 100%Y + Y '.

De leon Jr.scribd. De leon & Hector M. The Fundamentals of Taxation. †Y Hector S. 2004 edition †Y Hector S. Textbook on Agrarian Reform and Taxation 2005 edition †Y www. De Prepared by: |   - Instructor Approved:     .

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