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082 _a301
100 1 _aPalispis, Epitacio S.,
245 _aIntroduction to sociology and anthropology /
_cEpitacio S. Palispis, Elias M. Sampa.
264 1 _aManila, Philippines :
_bRex Bookstore,
250 _aThird edition.
300 _aviii, 320 pages ;
_c25 cm
336 _atext
337 _aunmediated
338 _avolume
500 _a"GEC Series" -- Cover
500 _a"OBE Outcome-Based Education" -- Cover
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 311-319).
520 _a"This edition provides a flashback on the origin of man and how he/she developed his/her culture along the history of civilization. The Third edition features themes that facilitate clearer understanding of the two disciplines for college students. The chapters are grouped according to: (1) Foundations in the Study of Sociology and Anthropology; (2) The Individual in Society; (3) The Human Society and Communities; (4) Social Institutions; and (5) The Transformation of Society. There are two main additions to this edition that give this book an OBE orientation: Intended Learning Outcomes at the beginning of each chapter and three assessment activities at the end of each chapter, namely, Study Guide, Report Writing, and Class Project. Study Guide can be given as advanced individual activities for students where each is assigned one question to prepare for and share in class. Report writing can be given as more in-depth self-study tasks for students. Class project is designed to be a whole-class activity that fosters collaborative learning, which is a critical aspect of OBE." -- [edited] Elias M. Sampa
521 _aHigh school, Senior high school and college students
546 _aText in English
650 _aSociology.
650 _aAnthropology.
700 1 _aSampa, Elias M.,
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999 _c181451