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Republic of the Philippines MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE School of Arts and Sciences Tanza Boac, Marinduque COURSE SYLLABUS 2ND SEMESTER 2013-2014 Course Code: Course Title: Course Description:

Credit: Prerequisite: COURSE CONTENT

Communication Elective 5 ORGANIZATIONAL ORGANIZATION Org Comm describes the importance and pervasiveness of organizations in society. It defines organizations and organizational communication. Explains how the study of organizational communication developed and what makes this specialization of communication study unique. Expounds on theoretical perspectives for understanding organizational communication. Makes the student understand the challenges and future directions of organizational communication. 3 units None GENERAL/ OBJECTIVES

SPECIFIC TEACHING METHODS/ STRATEGIES 1.orientation to class Provide the appropriate Class discussion policies learning environment to Film screening Description of the course learn and practice for Prezi objectives organizational presentation requirements communication MSC Commons Portfolio development New Media 30% Inclusive Development multimedia 20% ASEAN 2015 online version and exhibition 20% print version 30%

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY

MATERIALS EVALUATION

Hahn, Laura K. etal (undated) Survey of Communication Study: Chapter 11 – Organization Communication; Hallin, Anette and Gustavsson, Tina Karrbom, editors (2010) Organizational Communication and Sustainable development: ICTs for Mobility. United States: IGI Global

Open forum Class recitation

WEEK First Week Nov. 4 to 8

Vision: “Make MSC a premier College in the Region along the fields of Instruction, Research, Extension and Production.” Mission: “To provide quality, responsive and dynamic leadership in the areas of Education, Technology , Engineering, Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Arts and Sports to empower God-fearing individuals who will become innovators and protectors for the sustainable development of the province and the country as a whole.”

Build a Brighter Future with MSC!


Republic of the Philippines MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE School of Arts and Sciences Tanza Boac, Marinduque 2. gad inclusive development Samahan ng Kababaihan tungo sa Kaunlaran Multi-Commodity Solar Tunnel Dryer and Breadfruit Project

Introduce the gender Class lecture advancement and development unit, provide historical background on SAMAKA, MCSTD and the breadfruit project

Hahn, Laura K. etal (undated) Survey of Communication Study: Chapter 11 – Organization Communication; Hallin, Anette and Gustavsson, Tina Karrbom, editors (2010) Organizational Communication and Sustainable development: ICTs for Mobility. United States: IGI Global Group dynamics Marinduquestatecollege.edu.ph Class recitation Marinduquestateuniversity.com

msc org structure Research, Extension, academic and administrative aspects 3. sas research and Provide the research Mind mapping SAS Research Thrusts extension thrusts and priorities of Round table Priorities 2011-2015 AB Comm Arts, BA discussion Communication, AB English and BS Social Work SPU proposal Flambeau, Network Nexus, In Focus, Artisan, Matrix Today, Cadaceus, Clarion, Green Life, Aqua News 4. multimedia

Focus group Second Week discussion Nov. 11 to 15

Discussion groups

Third Week Nov. 18 to 22

and Discussion of Fourth Week major concepts Nov. 25 to 29

Provide situationer on symposium the state of publication in different schools in MSC

MSCians, Commons and Creative Group Industries prezi presentation presentation reaction/ reflection

Discuss the final portfolio Mind mapping and development of Prezi

Newsu.org Poynter’s University

Fifth Week Dec. 2 to 6

Build diagrams Sixth Week of the historical Dec. 9 to 13

Vision: “Make MSC a premier College in the Region along the fields of Instruction, Research, Extension and Production.” Mission: “To provide quality, responsive and dynamic leadership in the areas of Education, Technology , Engineering, Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Arts and Sports to empower God-fearing individuals who will become innovators and protectors for the sustainable development of the province and the country as a whole.”

Build a Brighter Future with MSC!


Republic of the Philippines MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE School of Arts and Sciences Tanza Boac, Marinduque Online/ new media

5. exhibit

multimedia version presentation Differentiate traditional Film screening and new media

development through a materialist Seventh Week perspective Dec. 16 to 20

Explore local and global Class lecture Hahn, Laura K. etal (undated) implications of and prezi Survey of Communication Study: globalization presentation Chapter 11 – Organization Communication; Hallin, Anette Documentary and Gustavsson, Tina Karrbom, analysis and editors (2010) Organizational focused group Communication and Sustainable discussion development: ICTs for Mobility. United States: IGI Global

Make concept Eight week maps of the key Jan. 6 to 10 concepts

Finals/ Midterms

Group sharing of insights

Ninth week Jan. 13 to 17 Randy T. Nobleza, DPJ & M.A. SAS Faculty

Approved: Julieta L. Go, Ph.D. Dean, SAS

Vision: “Make MSC a premier College in the Region along the fields of Instruction, Research, Extension and Production.” Mission: “To provide quality, responsive and dynamic leadership in the areas of Education, Technology , Engineering, Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Arts and Sports to empower God-fearing individuals who will become innovators and protectors for the sustainable development of the province and the country as a whole.”

Build a Brighter Future with MSC!

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