Social Sciences

Social Sciences

Automated E-Learning HEKASI Reviewer 1 for NAT GRADE 6, etc.

This Automated E-Learning HEKASI Reviewer 1 for NAT GRADE 6, etc. was made to help students prepare for the National Achivement Test (Grade 6) and other examinations.

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Note: If this reviewer is assigned to you by your teacher (or school), 'print screen' and print your score/result after taking this exam/reviewer, and submit it to your school authority.


UPCAT and NAT Reviewer: Social Science

I would like to encourage each and everyone of you to take this simple quiz and test your knowledge on Social Science. The author has presented 50 questions in different fields of Social Science such as history, politics, literature, et al. This is a good exercise for the brain and at the same time you will enjoy remenishing your lessons in the past. Keep your brain updated with the lessons of the past.


Social Sciences College Entrance Examination Reviewer

This e-learning reviewer in Social Sciences subject is helpful in taking up college entrance exams in University of the Philippines College Admission Test (UPCAT), Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET), University of Santo Tomas Entrance Test (USTET), University of Santo Tomas Entrance Test (USTET), DLSU-CET De La Salle University - College Entrance Test.



Sociolgy: An Online Syllabus

What is Sociology?
What is the etymology of the term ‘Sociology’?
What is the usual goal of the sociologists?
What are the areas involved in the study (Sociology)?
Who are considered the founders of Sociology as a discipline?
How was Sociology as an academic discipline founded?
When was the course sociology first taught?
What are the early international sociological organizations?
What is positivism?
What was the influence of positivism to Sociology?
What is anti-positivism in Sociology?
What is interpretative method in social science?
What are the contemporary theoretical frameworks in Sociology?
What is functionalism?
What is conflict theory?
What is 20th century social theory?


The Scope and Areas of Sociology and the Sociological Researches

What are the areas of sociology?
a. Social organization is the study of the various institutions, social groups, social stratification, social mobility, bureaucracy, ethnic groups and relations, and other similar subjects like family, education, politics, religion, economy, and so on and so forth.
b. Social psychology is the study of human nature as an outcome of group life, social attitudes, collective behavior, and personality formation. It deals with group life and the individual's traits, attitudes, beliefs as influenced by group life, and it views man with reference to group life.


Sociology 101: A Primer

 1. What is Sociology?
Sociology is the scientific study of human society and its origins, development, organizations, and institutions. It is a social science which uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about human social activity, structures, and functions.



Susan Dory Navalta Guiang, the contributor, studied business at New Era University and worked at Myservice and Support Corporation as Marketing Manager. (You, too, can have your articles, lectures, notes, essays, etc, published here for free.)


THE SHIFT FROM THE TRADITIONAL IT STRUCTURE to the Cloud Computing Option is a decision that is very critical hence, the need to fully evaluate and rigidly analyze its impact to the organization’s operation is highly important. The Cloud Computing platform has been in the market for years and although it has not been considered before by many as a mature application, through the years, many vendors have established major capabilities to how it should become useful to any client firm. In this regard that I agree that “yes” we should use Cloud Computing in our operation...


Committee on Student Discipline and Evaluation (CSDE): 10 Programs And Services

1. CSDE Lectures
Regularly holding discipline lectures, symposia, orientations, reaching out activities, and seminars are important to keep the students updated on the school rules and regulations pertaining to student discipline. Special lectures may also be given to international students, faculty, and parents of students. The school may coordinate with a religious leader to deliver a lecture on student discipline.

2. Discipline Awareness Month
The second month of the semester is an ideal month to hold the Discipline Awareness Month considering that school year has just started by then and so campaigns to promote awareness on university policies are timely. During the month, the CSDE may sponsor different activities related to student discipline like religious worship service, exhibits, seminars and fora, student gatherings, parade, film showing, and the like.


10 Ways to Improve Research in School

1. THE SCHOOL COULD PRODUCE expert researchers by hiring new ones or by training their existing staffs. (They will be the one to teach other teachers/students on how to make research papers.)
2. The school could expose its students to various activities and competitions regarding technical writing for research papers or theses. (Who knows, one of the students may produce findings which may be adopted as one of the school’s innovative actions towards good education and global competitiveness.) ...


3 Modern Strategies for an Interesting and Entertaining Teaching Process

Teachers are performers. One has to mount a “production” while teaching important and pertinent information to gain the interest of our students. This is not intended to say that the teacher is playing a role, but that the teacher is providing an amiable environment in which learning can happen. Teachers need to ascertain how their students best learn and shape their teaching style to that method. What modern strategies can you cite in making the teaching process interesting and the learning process entertaining and engaging while providing consequential information?

This is one way to make discussions catchy and interesting. Mainly involving the use of practical applications and real-life situations to which students can relate, this approach also seeks to ‘concretize’ principles which are otherwise deemed as vague, highly theoretical, and useless ...



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