Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Four-Year Degree Program)


Bachelor of Elementary Education (Four-Year Degree Program)


Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (Four-Year Degree Program)


Introduction to Philosophy with Logic


  1. What is your definition of life? Explain.
  2. Is man truly human? If yes, what makes him a human? If not, justify your answer.
  3. Compare the views on life as reflected in the Holy Bible and your own definition based on your answer in item number 1.

Professional Ethics and Values Education

  1. What is professional ethics?
  2. How would you apply the ethical theories we have discussed in the class to you as students of computer technology and information technology and as future professionals in your respective discipline?
  3. If you have the super-genius ability to hack the system of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States, would you do that? Why or why not?

Civic Welfare Training Services 2




  1. What is environmental education? What is the significance of environmental education to this present world?
  2. What is people-centered development? Cite an example.
  3. What do you think is more effective: creating/implementing rules and regulations from top to bottom (meaning, from the management/leaders down to the people) or from bottom upwards (meaning, mobilizing the people in the grassroot levels upward)? Why or why not?

Panitikang Filipino



Bisitahin ang website ng panitikan.com.ph. Pagkatapos, i-click ang title na "Criticism." Ito ay nasa bandang itaas at nasa gitna ng 'Children's Literature' at saka ng 'Folk Literature.' Pumili ng isa (ISA LANG) sa mga sinulat ng mga awtor na nakalista at gumawa ng sariling kritisismo. 


Halimbawa: 


Awtor: Gemino Abad
Akda: Inang Bayan Our Muse : Early Filipino Poets In English, 1905 to 1924
Kritisismo: 250 na mga salita


http://panitikan.com.ph/criticism.htm

Economics with Land Reform and Taxation



Answer the following questions. 


1. Which of the following is an example of a positive statement?
a. If welfare payments increase, the world will be a better place.
b. Prices rise when the government prints too much money.
c. Inflation is more harmful to the economy than unemployment.
d. The benefits to the economy of improved equity are greater than the costs of
reduced efficiency.
e. None of the above.


Explain your answer. 


2. An economy is said to be efficient if
a. it is possible to produce more of all goods.
b. it is possible to produce more of one good without producing less of another.
c. it is not possible to produce more of one good without producing less of another.
d. it is not possible to produce more of one good at any cost.
e. None of the above.


Explain your answer. 


3. Read the article written by Prof. Gerardo Sicat of the University of the Philippines School of Economics. Write your comments (200 words) on the said article.


Title of the Article: Spotlighting on High Economic Growth, Employment of the Poor, and Poverty Reduction: A Three‐Pronged Strategy


You can access the article on the following links:
http://www.econ.upd.edu.ph/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/DP2010-07.pdf 
http://www.econ.upd.edu.ph/?p=1244
http://www.econ.upd.edu.ph

Philippine Government and Constitution

1. One of the fundamental powers of the President of the Philippines is the so-called 'the executive privilege.' It refers to the power of the Government to withhold information from the public, the courts, and the Congress. The right of the President and high-level executive branch officers to withhold information from Congress, the courts, and ultimately the public.” Give your comments on this privilege by the President and cite an example wherein the President (could be Estrada, Arroyo, or Aquino) exercise his/her executive privilege. 



2. Are you in favor of changing the constitution (charter change)? Why or why not? Give at least three reasons.


3. Make an assessment on Aquino (Noynoy) administration. Provide five positive reviews (points) and another five negative reviews.

Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba't Ibang Disiplina


Basahin ang tula na nasa ibaba. Pagkatapos, sagutin ang mga sumusunod na tanong.


Paksiw na Ayungin
ni Jose F. Lacaba


Ganito ang pagkain ng paksiw na ayungin:
Bunutin ang palikpik
(para sa pusa iyan at ang natirang tinik),
At ilapat sa labi ang ulo at sipsipin
Ang mga matang dilat;
Pagkatapos ay mismong
Ang ulo ang sipsip
Hanggang sa maubos ang katas nito.
Saka mo
Umpisahan ang laman.
Unti-unti lang, dahan-dahan at
Simutin ng husto-kakaunti iyang ulam natin,
Mahirap humagilap ng ulam.
Damihan mo ang kanin,
Paglawain sa sabaw.
At huwag kang maangal.
Pyat man ang ayungin,
Pabigat din sa tiyan.


  1. Anu-ano ang mga sangkap ng tula? Anu-ano ang mga katangiang makikita sa tula?
  2. Ang tulang ito ay halimbawa ng kasalukuyang panahon. Paano naiiba ang tulang ito sa mga tulang naisulat na nauna dito?
  3. Suriin ang pagpili ng paksa at ang paggamit ng mga salita ng awtor. Ano ang personal na reaksyon mo higgil dito?


Gamiting Filipino


  1. May apat na uri ng pangungusap. Magbigay ng isang halimbawa bawat isa.
  2. Basahin ang artikulo na makikita sa website na ito na may pamagat na "In Search for A Filipino Identity vis-a-vis The Filipino Language"http://kingsrebel.blogspot.com/2010/02/in-search-for-filipino-identity-vis-vis.html. Pagkatapos, gumawa ng sariling repleksiyon hinggil dito.
  3. Sang-ayon ka ba na ipatupad ng mahigpit ng gobyerno ang batas sa paggamit ng wikang Filipino sa mga sesyon at debate sa Senado at Kongreso? Halimbawa, ang sinumang senador o kongresista na magsasalita ng Ingles ay papatawan ng habambuhay na pagkabilanggo. Bakit?

Order of Program for the Gift-giving

Gift-giving on December 19


The true essence of Christmas is GIVING. This Christmas season, let us demonstrate our unselfish love to people especially to the less fortunate ones around us through giving. That’s why our CWTS II classes will be conducting a GIFT-GIVING ACTIVITY on DECEMBER 19, 2010 (Sunday) at 8:00 AM onwards at Barangay Pinagsama. A short program will be conducted which will include games for the children.

We have designated a DONATION BOX just outside the College Office for those individuals who have golden hearts to impart their resources in this endeavor. You can give clothes, toys, children’s books, school supplies, canned goods, etc. Your kindness would be highly appreciated.

What you will do is actually your investment in the future. In the days to come, we are sure that “YOU WILL REAP WHAT YOU WILL SOW.” Jesus Christ, Who is the Center of this Christmas season, will certainly remember your good deeds.

So what are you waiting for? MAG-DONATE NA! J


Merry Christmas!

Picture Gallery

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College Ball 2011
Gift-giving Project for Fire Victims
Linis-Ganda sa TFVC C5, Now Na!
Sociology Class Visitations to Different Churches
24th Founding Anniversary 
Halloween Party 2010
College Retreat for First Year Students 2010
Faculty Members' Christmas Party
Inter-High School Dance Competition 2010
TFVC Family Christmas Party 2010
Rizal Class Play

Christmas Party Schedule

For all students: December 10, 2010 (Friday) at TFVC Main Quadrangle

For all faculty members, both Main and C5 campuses: December 17, 2010 (Friday) at Villa Salud, Lower Bicutan, Taguig City

For the entire TFVC family, including the management, college faculty members, preparatory, elementary, and high school teachers, office staff, security personnel and others: December 18, 2010 (Saturday) at TFVC Main Audio-Visual Room

Assignment 1 in Philippine Government and Constitution

1. What is the doctrine of separation of the church and state? Discuss its significance in the Philippine society. 


2. During the Spanish colonization, was there a Philippine state? Why or why not? What makes the Republic of the Philippines a state today?


3. If given the chance to become the next president of the Philippine republic, would you dare the challenge? Why or why not? Explain your answer. 

1. Ano ang kaugnayan ng wika sa kaunlaran ng isang bansa? Ipaliwanag ang papel na ginagampanan ng wika sa pagkakakilanlan ng isang bansa at sa kaunlaran nito. Maaari kang magbigay ng halimbawa.

2. Sa tingin mo, may ginagawa ba ang gobyerno  ng Pilipinas para mapaunlad ang wikang Filipino? Kung meron, ano o anu-ano ang mga ito? Sapat ba ang mga hakbang na ito para maikintal sa isipan ng mga Pilipino ang kahalagahan ng wikang pambansa? Ano ang maaari mong maibigay na panukala sa pamahalaan para hindi nito makalimutan ang responsibilidad nito sa pagpapayaman ng ating wikang pambansa?

3. Anu-ano ang pagkakaiba ng lengguwahe sa diyalekto? Magbigay ng tatlong (3) pagkakaiba. Ibigay ang mga referens ng iyong sagot.

Assignment 1 in Civic Welfare Services 2

1. What is the importance of National Service Training Program, specifically the Civic Welfare Training Services, to you as a student? 


2. Of the environmental problems that your community (where you live) faces, what are the two most common ones that are concern of all? What could be the possible solutions to these problems?


3. Explain the phrase, "man as the end of development," and give examples. 

Takdang Aralin Bilang 1 sa Panitikang Filipino


1. Ano ang kaugnayan ng panitikan sa kaunlaran ng isang bansa? Ipaliwanag ang papel na ginagampanan ng panitikan sa pagkakakilanlan ng isang bansa at sa kaunlaran nito. Maaari kang magbigay ng halimbawa.

2. Sa tingin mo, may ginagawa ba ang gobyerno  ng Pilipinas para mapaunlad ang panitikang Filipino? Kung meron, ano o anu-ano ang mga ito? Sapat ba ang mga hakbang na ito para maikintal sa isipan ng mga Pilipino ang kahalagahan ng panitikang Filipino? Ano ang maaari mong maibigay na panukala sa pamahalaan para hindi nito makalimutan ang responsibilidad nito sa pagpapayaman ng ating panitikan? 

3. Anu-ano ang pagkakaiba ng lengguwahe sa diyalekto? Magbigay ng tatlong (3) pagkakaiba. Ibigay ang mga referens ng iyong sagot.

Assignment No. 1 in Economics

By Rep. Satur C. Ocampo 
BAYAN MUNA Party-List
 

Privilege Speech delivered at the House of Representatives
2 October 2007



Mr. Speaker,

When I spoke to this body in September 2004, I already sounded the alarm that the provision of health services in government hospitals had reached critical levels. As we commence deliberations on the 2008 national budget tomorrow, I call the attention of this august body to a very serious concern that I have raised three years ago — and this is the dire crisis confronting our people’s health, no less.

A recent survey on the health services rendered by major government hospitals, conducted by the Kilos Bayan para sa Kalusugan, the Alliance of Health Workers, and other health organizations provides significant information about the dismal state of the country’s health care system.

The month-long survey was conducted from August 15 to September 15, 2007 among 1,005 patients in seven major government hospitals in Metro Manila that serve patients on a nationwide scope. These are the Tondo Medical Center, San Lazaro Hospital, Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Quirino Memorial Medical Center, Amang Rodriguez Memorial Medical Center, East Avenue Medical Center and Philippine General Hospital (run under the Office of the President). The five specialty hospitals are the (National Kidney and Transplant Institute, Philippine Heart Center, Dr. Jose Fabella Hospital, Philippine Orthopedic Center and Lung Center of the Philippines).

Key findings of the survey show that for every 10 patients admitted to public hospitals:
? 6 were from families who are jobless and presently unemployed
? 3 worked as drivers, construction workers and peddlers
? 1 was a low-income professional
? 7 were not immediately admitted to hospitals because they either had no money, there were no available beds and no doctor was present to attend to them
? 5 were not able to do requisite “laboratory procedure” because they had no money to pay for the service
? 4 had to borrow money and sell property or a carabao to pay for their hospital bills
? 7 were not members of PhilHealth
? 9 did not receive any assistance from the hospital’s Social Welfare Assistance (SWA)

The survey pointed to a stark reality that poor patients were stripped of their self-respect as they were driven into begging and being hugely indebted because the country’s public hospitals can no longer provide for the health and medical needs of our numerous indigent countrymen and women.

Mr. Speaker, the crisis in people’s health is manifest in the following grim realities:

1. The national health budget has been shrinking.

Budget allocation for health has been consistently shrinking. Since its highest allocation of P 18.7 million in 1997, budget for health was significantly slashed to PhP11.56 B in 2007, constituting only 1.1% of the overall national budget. Roughly, this budget means the government provides for every Filipino a measly P132.90 yearly or a 36-centavo daily budget.

Although the health budget is proposed to be raised to P15.7 in 2008, this is a nomina; raise to only 1.3% of the total budget.

While allocation for health has been shrinking, budget allocation for debt servicing and military has been consistently getting the lion’s share of the national budget. Since 1996, debt servicing has eaten up 20% of the national budget. Since President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s term in 2001, debt servicing allocation has shot up to 35% of the total national budget. In 2006, some P854.4 billion was allocated for debt servicing (interest and principal payment).

Meantime, budget for military spending has increased by 11% since 2001. In 2006, a total of P82.1 billion was given to the military budget (defense budget and other military spending hidden in the education (Philippine Military Academy), social services (military hospitals) and economic services (economic rehabilitation after military operations).

According to the research think tank IBON Foundation, total national government health spending of P253.00 per Filipino in 2008 will be 27.5% less than what was spent in 1997. (In fact, an additional P 8.6 billion would be needed just to return to the 1997 levels.)

Further, the supposed large overall increase in the government health sector budget from P11.56 billion in 2007 to P20.1 billion in 2008 has also seen the shrinking of the public health system. This is so because, as IBON stated, the increase in the proposed health sector budget for 2008 does not go to expanding the public health system in terms of expanding access to health or in increasing the number of doctors and nurses. The largest part is instead taken up by P1.2 billion in salary adjustments under a Miscellaneous Personnel Benefits Fund item, another P1.2 billion for family health including family planning, and P1.3 billion worth of capital outlays for a “Health Facilities Enhancement Program” likely to be accessible to those with the capacity to pay rather than to the poorest Filipinos.

One of many striking indicators of government priorities is allotting an additional P125 million in capital outlays for “Health Information Systems and Technology Development”, for a total of P130.0 million in 2008, while only a P6 million increase was granted for the implementation of the Doctors to the Barrios and Rural Health Practice Program that works with just P42.3 million.

There are cuts in the proposed budget that would effectively further hamper the efficient and affordable health services to the people:

� Cut by P10 M � Subsidy to Indigent patients: From P16.0 M (2007) to P 6 M (2008)
� Cut by P121.0 M � Operation of Special Hospitals, medical centers and institutes for disease prevention and control: From P2,700.4 M (2007) to P2,579.5 M (2008)
? E.g., Jose Reyes, East Avenue, Rizal, Quirino, Tondo, Fabella, Natl Children’s, Mental Health, Orthopedic, San Lazaro, Amang Rodriguez, Tropical Medicine
?
� Cut by P481.6 M � Operation of Centers for Health Development-Direct service provision: From P4,173.1 M (2007) to P3,691.6 M (2008)
? E.g. 55 hospitals and medical center nationwide

The downward trend in the allocation for direct public services has become evident since the 1990s, making health care more and more beyond their reach of the poorest Filipinos.

2. Poverty-related diseases are on the rise.

In a poor country like the Philippines, diseases brought about by poverty are still rampant. Communicable but preventable diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia and diarrhea remain as the leading causes of morbidity and mortality. These diseases can be prevented if people could live in sanitary and decent living conditions. Most diseases are curable if only the people have access to basic health services.

For example, incidences of tuberculosis are on the rise. Fifty years after medications for the treatment of TB were discovered, more and more people still become infected and die from this disease. Every year, close to 100,000 Filipinos become infected with TB. An estimated 75 of these die.

Since 2000 up to2006, the government has allotted only P154 million for its TB prevention and control program. This year, the budget was further slashed to P139 million. The DOH supposedly provides free TB drugs through the health centers. But the health centers can only provide for a one month supply of anti-TB drugs, if there are supplies. If we are to divide the P139 M to the number people who contacted the disease, each TB patient can only be allotted P1,390. With the TB medicine alone, the said amount will not even be enough to sustain the six months TB drugs therapy which amounts to not less than P7,000.

3. Majority of the country’s population has poor access and cannot afford health services.

Since the Health Sector Reform Agenda (HSRA) implementation in 2000, the people’s access to important health services has become almost nil as public hospitals were closed down and the number of Rural Health Units, decreased.
� The number of public hospitals decreased from 1,794 in 1999 to 1,361 hospitals in 2005. Most of the public hospitals that were closed down are district hospitals.
� Number of Rural Health Units also decreased from 2,335 in mid-1990′s to 1,879 in 2001.
� Patients and employees of Corazon Locsin Montelibano Regional Hospital in the Negros Province reported the hospital’s “no bed, no admission policy”. The policy refers to the “adjustments” resorted into by the hospital management to solve its bed capacity problem. Many patients “bringing their own beds” are normal sights in the corridors of the said hospital.
� The lots occupied by three specialty public hospitals namely, the National Center for Mental Health, Tala Leprosarium and the Fabella Hospital are up for bidding. There are no clear plans as to what will happen to the employees and patients of these hospitals.

Latest available figure in 2002 shows that 67% of Filipinos die without medical attention. In 1990, this figure was at 59%. These days, more and more people can hardly rely on public health services because public hospitals now charge even indigent patients with various fees such as emergency room fee, out-patient department fee, operating room fee, etc. Under the HSRA, the DOH allows up to 20% increase in user-fee hospital service charges.

� For example, the Philippine General Hospital, the country’s premiere public hospital is charging P1,500 for operation room fee. Jose Reyes Memorial Hospital charges P3,500 for the same fee.
� Patients at the NKTI lament the “no pay, no hook policy” � referring to the hospital management’s policy of not providing dialysis treatment to patients who cannot pay the procedures. One dialysis session at the NKTI costs P2,700 � and on the average, a patient with serious kidney problem has to undergo two dialysis sessions a week.

Yet instead of decisively solving the people’s health crisis � the health budget for 2008 remains far below the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended 5% of the Gross National Product. Even by the Health Secretary Francisco Duque’s own admission during the budget hearings here at the House of Representatives, the country’s health concerns need some P60 Billion.

Out of 192 countries worldwide, the Philippines ranks 174th in terms of percentage share of the national health budget to Gross Domestic Product. In terms of general government expenditure on health, the country ranks a dismal 156th.

For the past 11 years, the health budget has declined by about 40%. For this reason, we in Bayan Muna are urging the members of the 14th Congress to endeavor to raise the appropriations for health until it approximates the WHO prescription.

In conclusion, I cite a number of the specific “prescriptions” by our various health organizations now here with us in the gallery:

1. Health care must be made accessible, affordable, and appropriate to the needs of the people. Specifically, an increase in the national health budget should provide adequate amount for the maintenance and operations of public hospitals. Budgetary allocation for the Magna Carta of Public Health Workers must be provided, and Internal Revenue Allotment allocation for health must be increased.
2. The public health care delivery system must be strengthened. Preventive health care and public health must be given emphasis. Health care infrastructure (hospitals and equipment) must be improved.
3. Medical and nursing practice in the country should be made viable options again. More than just the issue of adequate compensation, health professionals, health workers, and even health students should feel that there is a future for them and their family if they stay and serve here.
Improvement in the socio-economic conditions of Filipinos is integral to improving our people’s health. Living wages, food, land and adequate housing are basic requisites for the people to attain good health.
Ultimately, collective action and political will remain vital in bringing about meaningful social changes that will redound to the people’s benefit. Your earnest support to this endeavor can, in a very literal sense, save lives.
Thank you.#
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When reading the text, identify the following and where they occur:
  • How does the text relate to the three key questions that are at the heart of the 'economic problem'?
  • What are the opportunity costs involved in deciding on appropriate levels of health care?
  • What parts of the text are positive statements and which are normative? Explain your answer.
  • How does the text suggest that there may be alternative answers to the issue of the provision of health in the our country?

Takdang Aralin Bilang 1 sa Gamiting Filipino


1. Ano ang kaugnayan ng wika sa kaunlaran ng isang bansa? Ipaliwanag ang papel na ginagampanan ng wika sa pagkakakilanlan ng isang bansa at sa kaunlaran nito. Maaari kang magbigay ng halimbawa.

2. Sa tingin mo, may ginagawa ba ang gobyerno  ng Pilipinas para mapaunlad ang wikang Filipino? Kung meron, ano o anu-ano ang mga ito? Sapat ba ang mga hakbang na ito para maikintal sa isipan ng mga Pilipino ang kahalagahan ng wikang pambansa? Ano ang maaari mong maibigay na panukala sa pamahalaan para hindi nito makalimutan ang responsibilidad nito sa pagpapayaman ng ating wikang pambansa?

3. Anu-ano ang pagkakaiba ng lengguwahe sa diyalekto? Magbigay ng tatlong (3) pagkakaiba. Ibigay ang mga referens ng iyong sagot.

Assignment 1 in Introduction to Philosophy with Logic

1. If everything in the universe were to grow proportionally one-thousand times larger, would we be able to detect it? Why or why not?

2. Does one have the obligation to be a hero? Does one have the obligation to be a saint? Justify. Discuss whether or not the needs of others should always be put before one’s own.

3. Which is more fundamental: beauty in nature or beauty in art? Justify your answer.

Assignment 1 in Professional Ethics and Values Education

Question 1: If you knew a woman who was pregnant, who had 10 children already, five who were deaf, three who were blind, two were mentally retarded, and she had HIV, would you recommend that she have an abortion? Why or why not? Answer by considering some ethical theories.

Question 2: Supposed this year is 2016 and it is time to elect another Philippine president, and yours is the deciding vote. Here are the facts about the three leading candidates:
Candidate A: He associates with crooked politicians, and consults with astrologers. He's had two mistresses. He also chain smokes and drinks up to ten Marlboro a day.
Candidate B: He was ejected from office twice, sleeps until noon, used opium in college and drinks large amounts of whisky every evening.
Candidate C: He is a decorated war hero. He's a vegetarian, doesn't smoke, drinks an occasional beer and hasn't had any extra-marital affairs.
Which of these candidates would be your choice? Decide, and then justify by using ethical theories.

Grades now available for releasing

Your grades for the first semester are now available for releasing. Just visit the College Office for more information. Make sure that you are already CLEARED from any deficiencies, that is, you have already submitted your clearance at the office. If you did not submit your clearance before the first semester ends, your grades would be INC for all my subjects. What you need to do is to approach me so that we could change them.

November 16 as National Holiday, No Classes Nationwide


In celebration of the Feast of Sacrifice or Eid'l Adha of our Muslim brothers, November 16 (Tuesday), was declared a NATIONAL HOLIDAY by His Excellency President Noynoy Aquino. NO CLASSES will be held, so make sure, read all your readings for that day! :-)

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MALACA√ĎANG
MANILA
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
DECLARING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010 AS A NATIONAL HOLIDAY IN CELEBRATION OF EID’L-ADHA (FEAST OF SACRIFICE)
WHEREAS, RA 9849 provides that Eid’l Adha shall be celebrated as a national holiday;
WHEREAS, Eid’l Adha is one of the two greatest feast of Islam;
WHEREAS, the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) has confirmed that the feast of Eid’l Adha falls on November 16, 2010;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BENIGNO S. AQUINO III, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby declare Tuesday, November 16, 2010 as a national holiday in observance of Eid’l Adha (Feast of Sacrifice).
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Republic of the Philippines to be affixed.
Done in the city of Manila, this 9th day of November, in the year of Our Lord, Two Thousand and Ten.
(Sgd.) BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
By the President:
(Sgd.) PAQUITO N. OCHOA JR.
Executive Secretary

Second semester has started...

Second semester for the academic year 2010-2011 has started on November 8, 2010. New beginnings for all of us are awaiting. Let us all hope that God's favor be upon us for the rest of the year.


I will still be teaching this second semester in TFVC, so we'll see each other again. For the new enrollees and students who are transferee from other schools, welcome! May you have a challenging college life at The Fisher Valley College! 


To view my profile, click here.
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