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tertiary books catalogue sy 2015-2016 volume i - Rex e
TERTIARY BOOKS CATALOGUE
SY 2015-2016
VOLUME I
SY 2015-2016
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Outcome-Based Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
New Titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BIZ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Basic Business Core. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Business Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Business Education Core . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Business Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Taxation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Human Resources Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Social Responsibility and Good Governance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
HRM-TOURISM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
TEACH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Theories and Concepts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Child and Adolescent Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Social Dimensions of Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Methods and Strategies 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Principles of Teaching II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Assessment of Learning I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Assessment of Learning II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Education Technology I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Developmental Reading I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Developmental Reading II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Methods and Strategies 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Field Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Price List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1
OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION
SY 2015-2016
WHAT IS OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)?
OBE FEATURES
Outcome-Based Education has become a powerful and engaging way of
reforming the academe. The highlight of OBE is on the product as it tackles
the question – what sort of industry practitioners will the Philippine tertiary
educational system produce?
Learning Objectives
Statements that describe what
learners/students are expected to
develop by the time they finish a
particular chapter. This may include
the cognitive, psychomotor and
affective aspects of learning.
In an increasingly complex and competitive industry with changing customer
expectations and consumer demands – schools, colleges and universities now
see the need to adapt and prepare students to practice what they learned using
OBE. No longer is it simply a popular trend, rather it has become an essential
tool in ensuring academic success.
According to William Spady (1994), Outcome-Based Education means clearly
focusing and organizing everything in an educational system around what is
essential for all students to be able to do successfully at the end of their learning
experiences. This means starting with a clear picture of what is important for
students to be able to do, then organizing the curriculum, instruction, and
assessment to make sure this learning ultimately happens.
He also identified the following as the features of Outcome-Based Education:
1.Active learners
2.Continuous assessment
3.Critical thinking, reasoning, reflection and action
4.Integration knowledge, learning relevant/connected real life situations
5.Learner centered and educator/facilitator use group/teamwork
6.Learning programs seen as guides that allow educators to be innovative and
creative in designing programs/activities.
On the other hand, Killen (2000), discussed the teaching strategies for OBE.
According to her, whatever approach to teaching an instructor uses, it is
important to keep the following points in mind:
1.Your main focus should be on learning rather than teaching
2.Students cannot learn if they do not think
3.Thinking is facilitated and encouraged by the processes that you use to
engage students with the content, as well as by the content itself.
4.Your subject does not exist in isolation – you have to help students make
links to other subjects
5.You have a responsibility to help students learn how to learn
In an increasingly complex and competitive industry with changing customer
expectations and consumer demands schools, colleges and universities now see
the need to adapt and prepare students to practice what they had learned using
OBE. No longer is it simply a popular trend, rather it has become an essential
tool in ensuring academic success.
2
Teaching Suggestions*
This section offers ideas, activities,
and strategies that are related to the
topic and will help the instructor in
achieving the Learning Objectives.
Chapter Outline
This section shows the different
topics/subtopics found in each chapter
of the text book
Discussion Questions
This section contains end chapter
questions that will require students
to use their critical thinking skills to
analyze the factual knowledge of the
content and its application to actual
human experiences.
E xperiential Learning Activities
This includes activities that are flexible
in nature. This may include classroom/
field/research activities, simulation
exercises and actual experiences in
real life situations.
Test Your K nowledge
Objective type of tests which may
include any of the following:
• Identification
• True or False
• Fill in the blank
• Matching type
• Multiple Choice
• Answer Keys*
• Answers to the test questions*
• Assessment for Learning*
This may include rubrics that will
describe and evaluate the level of
performance/expected outcomes of
the learners.
*available only in the OBE Teaching
Guide CDs
OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION
SY 2015-2016
NEW OBE-ALIGNED TITLES
COMES WITH A TEACHING GUIDE ON
AND A PROFESSOR’S KIT
• Suggested Course Syllabus
• Exercises with Answer Keys
• Ready-to-use Slideshow Presentations
Strategic Management Made Simple
Felina C. Young
Business Organization and Management
Roberto G. Medina
Developmental Reading 2
Alejandro S. Bernardo
Principles of Teaching 1
Victorina Acero et al
Facilitating Human Learning 1
Avelina M. Aquino
Tourism Marketing
Maricel G. Badilla
Events Management 2nd Edition
Eloisa A. Romero
OBE-ALIGNED TITLES
Marketing Basics
Basic Accounting 2
Fundamentals of Basic Accounting
Tourism Planning and Development
Elements of Finance
Total Quality Management
TITLES WITH OBE TEACHING GUIDES
Basic Accounting
Business Correspondence
Social Dimensions of Education
Mathematics of Investment
Assessment of Learning I
Human Resource Management
Assessment of Learning II
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
3
NEW TITLES
SY 2015-2016
Management
Management
©
2015
ISBN 978-971-23-7123-3
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
MADE SIMPLE
Developmental Reading II
©
ISBN
©
2015
ISBN 978-971-23-7125-7
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Felina C. Young
Roberto G. Medina
SALIENT FEATURES
• It discusses the salient issues and concerns
in the corporate and business world and
addresses these challenges through practical
and well-tested approaches that are
constructive, functional, and valuable.
• This book is further enhanced by a
presentation of the world’s greatest
strategists, their innovations and the
strategies they are employing to help
them bring success to their respective
organizations.
SALIENT FEATURES
• This book is intended for the use of students
taking a basic course in business organization
and management.
• This revised edition contains twelve
chapters consisting of: an overview of
management and organization, business
and its environment, ethics and social
responsibility, forms of business ownership,
as well as individual chapters on decision
making, planning, organizing, staffing,
communicating,motivating, leading, and
controlling.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• An Educator, she is the first lay President
of the College of the Holy Spirit Manila, the
past first Vice President for Higher Education
and Dean of the Graduate School of Jose
Rizal University, the past first Vice President
and Founding Dean of the Graduate
School of Business of San Beda College, an
International Master Trainor in International
Business of the UNCTAD/World Trade
Organization, International Trade Center,
a Member of the NCR-Quality Assessment
Team (RQUAT) of the Commission on Higher
Education (CHED), a Commissioner/Accreditor
of the Philippine Association of Accredited
Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Strategic Analysis and Part IV Strategy Control and
Decision Making
Monitoring
Chapter 1 A Strategic
Management Model
Chapter 8 Strategic
Control Mechanisms
Chapter 2 Challenges
in the External
Environment
Part V Strategy from a
Deeper Perspective
Chapter 3 Challenges
in the Internal
Environment
Chapter 9 The Strategy
Framework
Chapter 10 Perspectives
of Strategy
Part II Strategy Formulation Part VI Strategy in National
Chapter 4 Business
Development
Strategies
Chapter 11 Strategy and
Chapter 5 Corporate
Strategies
Part III Strategy
Implementation
Chapter 6 Organizational
Systems
Chapter 7 Strategic Asset
Management
4
National Development
Part VII Strategic Analysis
in Action
Chapter 12 Conducting
Case Analysis
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• He earned his Ph. D. in commerce at the
University of Santo Tomas in 1981. His work
experiences include more than twenty
years of teaching in various colleges and
universities. Among the different academic
positions he held were department
chairman, dean, and vice president. He also
served as consultant to several business
and educational institutions. Dr. Medina’s
academic apostolate includes delivering
lectures to MBA students like those at the
Graduate School of Central Luzon State
University, and providing mentorship options
to young business educators.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – An Overview
of Management and
Organization
Chapter 6 – Planning
Chapter 2 – Business and
Its Environment
Chapter 8 – Staffi ng
Chapter 3 – Ethics and
Social Responsibility
Chapter 4 – Forms of
Business Ownership
Chapter 5 – Decision
Making
Chapter 7 – Organizing
Business Activities
Chapter 9 –
Communicating
Chapter 10 – Motivating
Chapter 11 – Leading
Chapter 12 – Controlling
DEVELOPMENTAL
READING 2
Alejandro S. Bernardo
SALIENT FEATURES
• > Each lesson begins with either a
collaborative or an individual task (Talking
Point) that not only activates their prior
knowledge but also entices them to move on
to the succeeding sections of the lesson.
• > The input provided is condensed but
dense that it highlights the most significant
concepts; it, however, leads the students
to reflection (Ponder) and more profound
inquiry (Probe).
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Alejandro Sapitan Bernardo, Ph.D. facilitates
teacher and student trainings and delivers
lectures on English Language Teaching
(ELT)-related trends and issues across the
country. A number of his research have been
published in local and international journals
such as the FEU English and Literature
Journal, TESOL Journal, Philippine ESL Journal,
National University of Singapore’s English
Language Teaching World Online (ELTWO)
Journal , US-China Foreign Language Journal,
and i-manager’s Journal of English Language
Teaching. He has authored and co-authored
textbooks in English, academic writing, and
developmental reading.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
NEW TITLES
SY 2015-2016
Principles of Teaching I
Facilitating Learning
©
2015
ISBN 978-971-23-7121-9
PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING
1
©
ISBN
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
• DR. VICTORINA C. de OCAMPO-ACERO was
registrar for 33 years in Divine Word College
of Calapan. She has Master’s degree major in
Administration and Supervision from DWCC
and a PhD major in Curriculum and Instruction
from Centro Escolar University.
• DR. EVELYN J. SANCHEZ -JAVIER finished
Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science
from the University of the Philippines, Diliman,
Quezon City. She is an MA English Literature
and a PhD in Management graduate from
DWCC. She was Dean of the Graduate School
from 2005-2007.
• Mrs. Herminia C. Ocampo-Castro is an
Assistant Professor IV of the University of
Batangas, Batangas City. She has taught
English subjects for thirty years (30),
namely: Communication Arts I and II, Public
Speaking and Stage Arts, Technical Writing,
Developmental Reading and Career English in
the Age of Technology. She has been appointed
Chairperson and member of different
curricular and co-curricular committees.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I
Chapter 1 Understanding
Teaching
Part II
Chapter 2 The Learner
Chapter 3 The Teacher
Chapter 4 The Learning
Environment
Part III
Chapter 5 Principles
Underlying Teaching
Chapter 6 Principles of
Teaching Based on the
Principles of Learning
Part IV
Chapter 7 Management of
Instruction
Chapter 8 Learning
Activities, Instructional
Materials and Tools, and
Evaluation Instruments
Part V
Chapter 9 Mode of
Instruction
Chapter 10 Classroom
Management
Chapter 11 Effective
Instructional Techniques
Chapter 12 Effective
Classroom Management
Techniques
©
2015
ISBN 978-971-23-7119-6
FACILITATING HUMAN
LEARNING 1
Victorina Acero et al
SALIENT FEATURES
• Discussions have been enriched and made
substantive by including the latest concepts
and insights drawn from the works of various
authors that have made a mark in the
educational field.
• This book consists of 12 chapters which
contain topics that encompass the
components of the teaching-learning process.
HRM-Tourism
TOURISM MARKETING
Avelina M. Aquino
Maricel G. Badilla
SALIENT FEATURES
• Instead of Chapters, lessons are divided into
Parts. There are six parts of the revised edition.
With regard to the lessons, reorganization is
made. Partition and sequencing is based on
CHED memo.
• A new emphasis is placed on standards. Each
Part’s list of objectives includes reflective
questions from the National CompetencyBased Teacher Standards (NCBTS). Each Part
addresses the seven domains of the NCBTS.
Specific reflective questions form part of the
activities under “For Your Portfolio” section.
• Each Part opens with a quotation for reflection.
Every Part of the book opens with a quotation
related to the lessons.
• For Your Portfolio. Every Part of this book has
questions that account for reflection purposes.
• Two of the researches presented are included
in the text. Specific discussion is included in the
text regarding self-efficacy and interaction of
intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in learning.
• Some lessons are added in the text. Specific
lesson on optimal learning theories, pedagogy
and practice, demands on the cognitive
processing, retrieval tips, and eight principles
of effective studying.
SALIENT FEATURES
• The author incorporated real life situations, up
to date local researches and practical examples
to make the theories presented in this book
easier to understand and apply.
• A special feature called Marketing Nugget is
incorporated in most of the chapters to provide
practical situations for the student to absorb
the major concepts presented. Each nugget
includes points to ponder upon which can
trigger discussion and critical thinking.
• Guide Questions and Suggested activities that
have worked in the author’s classroom are also
provided to draw out critical thinking skills and
experiential learning from its readers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Dr. Avelina M. Aquino finished her master’s
and doctor’s degrees at the Baliuag
University where she received academic
excellence award. She holds a diploma in
Teaching English as a Second Language; she
is likewise a post-graduate student of Drama
Education and Theatre Arts at the Philippine
Normal University. She was appointed by the
Commission on Higher Education (CHEDRO)
as one of the members of the Regional
Quality Assessment Team (RQAT) that
evaluates teacher education programs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1 Learning And
Knowledge Acquisition
Part 2 Cognitive And
Metacognitive Factors
In Learning
Part 3 Motivational
Factors In Learning
Part 4 Developmental
Dimensions Of
Learning
Part 5 Socio-Cultural
Dimensions Of
Learning
Part 6 Individual
Differences In Learning
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Tourism Marketing in the Philippine setting is
fruit of 20 years tourism industry experience
(including 5 years in the academe) of Maricel
Gatchalian-Badilla. She is a BS Tourism
graduate (cum laude) of the University of the
Philippines – Diliman and has a masters in
Communication from the same university. She
is currently Assistant Professor at the UP Asian
Institute of Tourism and is taking up her PhD in
Communication from the UP College of Mass
Communication. Prior to joining the academe,
she used to manage a global distribution
company, an events management firm and
worked in sales and marketing for hotels. She
was awarded the Gawad AIT Natatanging Guro
award in 2013 and has received various UP
student’s choice awards such as Best in Teaching
Methods and Most Admired Professor.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1- Tourism
Marketing
Promotions II
Chapter 2 – The Tourist
Market and Segmentation
Chapter 9 – Distribution
Channels in the Tourism
Industry
Chapter 3 - Tourism and
Consumer Behavior
Chapter 10 – Digital
Marketing
Chapter 4 – Tourism
Marketing and the
Communication Process
Chapter 11 – Relationship
Marketing
Chapter 5 – The Tourism
Product
Chapter 6 – Pricing in
Tourism
Chapter 7 – Tourism
Promotions I
Chapter 8 – Tourism
Chapter 12 – Destination
Branding and Marketing
Chapter 13 – The Marketing
Plan
Chapter 14 – What Awaits
You?
Chapter 15 – Tourism
Marketing and its Future
5
BASIC BUSINESS CORE
NEW TITLES
HRM-Tourism
SY 2015-2016
Management
©
2015
ISBN 978-971-23-7122-6
©
2014
ISBN 928-1-285-09459-1
OBE-ALIGNED TITLE
EVENTS MANAGEMENT
2ND EDITION
Eloisa A. Romero
SALIENT FEATURES
• Designed for a 19-week university semester
following the Philippine academic calendar.
• Each lesson is provided with learning
objectives, the main text, discussion
questions, exercises and assignments, a new
feature of the book.
• Sections on procurement, site layout and
writing the terminal report are also added in
the second edition.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Eloisa Altez-Romero is the Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR) Coordinator of
Atimonan One Energy, Inc. She also served
as Program Officer for five years at the Japan
International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and
for three years at the Tourism Promotions
Board (formerly Philippine Convention and
Visitors Corporation), an attached agency
of the Department of Tourism. She was
cited as one of the experts who contributed
in developing TESDA’s accreditation
requirements for Events Management
Services NC III. She has five years of teaching
experience at the College of International
Tourism and Hospitality Management,
Lyceum of the Philippines University, Manila.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Unit 1: Context
Lesson 1: What is an event?
Lesson 9: Planning and
Approval Process
Lesson 10: Venue Selection
and Layout
Lesson 3: What is the
Significance of the Event Lesson 11: Event Marketing
Industry?
Lesson 12: Event Program
Lesson 2: What is MICE?
Lesson 4: How did the
Event Industry Begin
and Develop?
Lesson 13: Risk
Management
Unit 2: Structure
Lesson 15: Monitoring and
Evaluation
Lesson 5: Who are the
industry stakeholders?
Lesson 6: Who are the
industry suppliers?
Lesson 7: Who are the
industry regulators?
Unit 3: Operation
Lesson 8: Environmental
Scanning
6
Lesson 14: Onsite Activities
Unit 4: Extra Mile
Lesson 16: Management
Lesson 17: Communication
Lesson 18: Themes and
Trends
Lesson 19: Into the Real
World
BIZ-ACCT Series
Basic Business Core
Management
Marketing
Accounting
Business Communication
Finance
Business Education Core
Business Law
Taxation
Human Resources
Management
Social Responsibility and
Good Governance
Business
TOTAL QUALITY
MANAGEMENT
James R. Evans and William M. Lindsay
SALIENT FEATURES
• This textbook is specifically customized by
Rex Book Store, Inc. for the use of Philippine
Professors and Students in alignment to
the Total Quality Management (TQM) course
outcomes and description prescribed by the
Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
• The new edition of this definitive market
leader and authoritative educational
reference continues to provide unmatched
coverage and insightful comparisons that
guide your students through the intricacies
of quality management today. Built upon
the strength and proven experience of
well-known authors and examiners for the
Malcolm Baldrige Award, this text presents
the fundamental principles and historical
foundations of total quality with an emphasis
on high-performance management practices.
No other book offers coverage of ISO 9000
certification standards, Six Sigma, and the
U.S. Malcolm Baldrige National Quality
Award standards students find here. A
wealth of first-hand, current examples from
leading organizations throughout the world
emphasize the practical aspects of the book’s
managerial focus as well as the technical
topics that students are learning. Coverage
of most of the Body of Knowledge required
for ASQ certification helps you effectively
prepare students to become Certified Quality
Managers
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction to Quality
Process Improvement and
Foundations of Quality
Six Sigma
Management
The Baldrige Framework
Customer Focus
for Performance
Process Focus
Excellence
Design for Quality and
Building and Sustaining
Product Excellence
Quality and
Measuring and Controlling
Performance Excellence
Quality
BASIC BUSINESS CORE
Management
SY 2015-2016
Marketing
Management
©
2007
ISBN 9780971-23-4861-7
©
2006
ISBN 978-971-23-4550-0
©
2014
ISBN 978-971-23-6820-2
COMES WITH A
PROFESSOR’S KIT
• Ready-to-use
Slideshow Presentations
• Exercises with Answer Keys
FUNDAMENTALS OF
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
OBE-ALIGNED TITLE
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Dr. Norberto A. Orcullo
MARKETING BASICS
(MODULE IN MARKETING)
Ma. Nancy T. Balasan
Roberto G. Medina
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• The book is rich in case discussions that
facilitate learning of concepts and theories
from the book more engaging and relevant.
The concise and well-written cases are
culled from experiences of well-known local
companies from across industries
• Prepares the readers for developing
business strategy as discussions on industry
situation analysis and introduces readers
to competitive, offensive and defensive
strategies
• Learning objectives are presented for each
chapter, and key words and phrases to
remember are highlighted to urge readers to
further reading or research
• The book is designed as a beginner’s course
in business management
• It contains presentations of theories and
principles relating to organization and
management
• Suggested items for research are also
included to provide teachers and students
with guides to research activities
• Each chapter provides cases to expose the
students to the rudiments of problem-solving
and decision-making
• The book is intended to be used not only by
students taking Marketing as a degree but
as well as those students who are in other
fields of specialization or discipline. The book
serves as an introduction to a higher level
of Marketing subject or any related business
subjects
• Module 1 provides an overview of marketing,
covering the various basic concepts of
marketing, its importance and the different
marketing philosophies
• Module 2 tackles the business environment
factors and how they affect an enterprise
• Module 3 deals with how a decision maker
determines market segment
• Module 4 discusses the factors that influence
consumers‘ purchase decision
• Module 5 explains the various stages in
product development and strategies that
companies use to compete
• Module 6 is about product pricing as
practiced by business firms
• Module 7 deals with the different ways in
which a product reaches its final users
• Module 8 covers the promotional mediums
utilized by companies to make their products
or brands known
• Module 9 is about Careers in Marketing
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Senior member, Business Management
Department, College of Business
Administration
• BS Agricultural Engineering (1978) as a full
scholar and Master of Management (1986) at
the G. Araneta University Foundation (Now
De Lasalle University)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Evolution of Business
Policy and Strategy
9. Task 2: The Vision and
Mission Statement
2. Motivators and
Drivers of Strategic
Management
10. Task 3: Setting
Strategic Objectives
3. Business Competition
4. Corporate Level
Strategies
11. Task 4: Crafting
Strategies
12. Task 5: Implementing
and Executing
Strategies
5. Business and Functional
Level Strategies
13. Task 6: Monitoring,
Evaluating, and Taking
6. Value Chain
Corrective Actions
7. Strategic Management
14. Industry Situation
Models
Analysis
8. Task 1: Environmental
15. Competitive Strategies
Scanning
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Ph. D. in Commerce, University of Santo
Tomas, 1981
• Over 20 years’ experience in teaching at
various colleges and universities, where he
served as department chairman, dean, and
vice president
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Cases
8. Communicating
1. The Foundations of
Business
9. Motivating
2. Ethics and Social
Responsibility
11. Controlling
3. Forms of Business
Ownership
4. Decision-Making
5. Planning
6. Organizing Business
Activities
7. Staffing the
Organization
10. Leading
12. Managing Production
and Service Operations
13. Managing the
Marketing Function
14. Managing the Finance
Function
References
Index
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Dean, Colegio de San Juan de Letran Bataan
Campus
• COED coordinator, Office of Students and
Cultural Affairs
• Doctor of Business Administration and MBA,
Letran Graduate School
• Bachelors of Mass Communication, FEU.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. The Value of Marketing
VI. Pricing Products
II. The Environment of
Business
VII. Distributing Products
III. Market Segmentation
IV. Consumer Buying
Behavior
VIII. Promoting Product
offerings
IX. Marketing as a Career
V. Understanding
Products
7
BASIC BUSINESS CORE
SY 2015-2016
Marketing
Marketing
©
2010
ISBN 978-9710-59600-3
Accounting
©
2008
ISBN 978-971-23-5242-3
©
2014
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FUNDAMENTALS
OF MARKETING
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BASIC ACCOUNTING 2:
PARTNERSHIP AND
CORPORATION
PRINCIPLES
OF MARKETING
Roberto G. Medina
Josiah Go and Chiqui Escareal-Go
Roberto Z. Palma
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• Research and Philippine-based textbook for
Principles of Marketing
• Even if the book is for the Principles of
Marketing subject, it can also be used for
Marketing Management subject
• Each chapter starts with a featured young
marketer that can give the students an idea
on what careers they will eventually have
after graduating
• Written by a seasoned marketing author
and practitioner, this edition builds on the
unprecedented success of its previous
edition by allowing marketing students view
marketing both on a local (regional) and
global aspect
• The revised edition has more visual
illustrations, graphs and other exercises as
well as Questions for Review and Discussion
• A Suggested Item for Research assures that
the student is guided on what topics to
pursue that are connected to the topics being
discussed
• This book is good for 108 class-hour subject
and good for a six (6) unit subject for both BS
Accounting and non-BS Accounting students
• All topics are aligned with the Commission on
Higher Education’s Basic Accounting part 2
syllabus for partnership and corporation
• It is an outcome based textbook which contains
illustrations with related practice exercises and
problem exercises are classified according to
Easy, Medium and Difficult levels. This is the
only book in its class that focused on the direct
relationship of an accounting topic to a specific
law related to such accounting topic
• Also included is a chapter for Cost Accounting
which discusses the accounting process
used for a single and multiple products
manufacturing operation, how to arrive at the
cost per unit of a product and, how to compute
the proposed selling price
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Josiah Go
• Chairman and Chief Marketing Strategist,
Mansmith and Fielders, Inc. (the leading
marketing and sales training company in the
Philippines)
• President and CEO, Waters Philippines (the
market leader in the direct selling of premium
health durable products in the Philippines)
• President and CEO of PT Noah Health
Indonesia
• Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) of the
Philippines, 2001 and Ten Outstanding Young
Persons (TOYP) of the World, 2002
• Lifetime Achievement Awardee by the
Association of Marketing Educators (2007)
Chiqui Escareal-Go
• The President and CEO of Mansmith and
Fielders, Inc.
• Executive Scholar in Marketing and Sales
of Kellogg Business School, Northwestern
University
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Marketing: An
Introduction
Market Segmentation
Distribution Strategy and
the Strategic Selling
Cycle
Marketing Mix: The 4Ps of
Marketing
Pricing Strategy
Sales Promotions Strategy
Product Strategy
Advertising Strategy
Green Marketing
Putting it all together:
Diary of a Marketing
Man
Managing Product Line
Customer Service Strategy
8
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Ph. D. in Commerce, University of Santo
Tomas, 1981
• Over 20 years’ experience in teaching at
various colleges and universities, where he
served as department chairman, dean, and
vice president
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• CPA, MBA
• Chief Accountant and Chairman, Dept. of
Business and Accountancy, FEU – FERN
• Part-time professor, NEU and UE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Overview of Marketing
11. Personal Selling
2. Consumer Behavior
12. Advertising, Public
Relations, and Sales
Promotion
3. The Buying Behavior of
Organizational Markets
4. Market Segmentation
and Targeting
13. Services Marketing
and Non-business
Marketing
5. Marketing Research and
14. International
Information Systems
Marketing
6. The Product
15. Marketing Planning
7. The Price
and Control
8. Marketing Channels
16. Marketing and Society
9. Physical Distribution
17. Mini-Cases
10. Retailing and
Wholesaling
Part I Partnership
1 Nature And Formation
Of A Partnership
2 Accounting For
Partnership Formation
3 Partnership Operation
And Division Of Profit
4 Dissolution Of A
Partnership
5 Liquidation Of A
Partnership
Part II Corporation
6 Nature And Formation
Of A Corporation
7 Accounting For The
Issuance Of Shares Of
Stock
8 Sharesholders’
Equity Transactions
Subsequent To
Formation
9 Accounting For Retained
Earnings
10 Incorporation Of A
Partnership
11 Nature And Objectives
Of Financial Statements
12 Income Statement And
Statement Of Financial
Position
13 Cash Flow Statement
14 Financial Analysis Of
Financial Statements Of
A Corporation
15 Earnings Per Share And
Book Value Per Share
16 Cost Accounting In A
Manufacturing Concern
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FUNDAMENTALS OF
BASIC ACCOUNTING
INTRODUCTION TO
ACCOUNTING
Leonardo Aliling
Artemio T. Saguinsin
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
IN ACCOUNTING:
A MODULAR APPROACH
Mark Francis G. Ng
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• Guides learners on how the transactions
were accumulated before the financial
statement be in the hands of the users
• The book offers control systems in order to
protect the integrity of financial statements.
• Forays into the ethical aspects of financial
report preparation, to stress the value of
honesty and transparency
• This book contains basic accounting concepts
including theories, illustrations, exercises and
problems which are supported by solutions,
to provide students and readers with
broadened knowledge and understanding of
basic accounting information
• Designed for accounting and non-accounting
students’ appreciation of basic accounts and
concepts
• Designed to aid instructors in teaching
Accounting
• Comprises three distinct study areas:
advanced topics in Cost Accounting
elaborating on the advanced concepts of
process costing, standard costing, and gross
profit variation analysis
• The text is highly illustrated with cases and
problems designed to enhance mastery of
students in various accounting topics
• With comprehensive discussions of the
concepts and procedural approaches used in
solving illustrative examples
• The author included various shortcut
methods and procedures to solve problems
which will be helpful for students in taking
their licensure exams
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• BS Commerce (Majoring in Accounting),
University of Mindanao, 1979
• Certified Public Accountant, 1983
• Faculty Member, Centro Escolar University,
1995-present
• Management Consultant for various local and
multinational companies
Chapter 7 Preparation
of Working Paper and
Financial Statement
Chapter 2 Brief Overview
of the Accounting Cycle
Chapter 8 The PostFinancial Statement
Process
Chapter 3 Business Forms
and Documents
Chapter 9 The
Merchandising Concern
Chapter 4 Transaction
Business Enterprise
Analysis and Journal
Entry Preparation
Chapter 5 The Recording
and Posting
Chapter 6 The
Adjustments
• Experienced accountant and auditor
• Lecturer at Roosevelt College System
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Accounting and
Bookkeeping Systems
Part II Double-Entry
Bookkeeping System
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Basic
Accounting
Environment
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chapter 10 The Bank
Reconciliation
Chapter 11 Financial
Analysis
Part III Sales and Cash
Receipts Journals
Part IV Purchases and
Cash Payments
Journals
Part VIII Definition of
Significant Accounting
Terms
Part IX Plant AssetsDepriciation
Part X Cash Flow
Statement
Part XI Analysis of
Financial Statements
Part V Preparing a
Worksheet
Part XII Systems and
Internal Control
Part VI Accounting Cycle
Part XIII Simple Cost
Accounting Concept
Part VII Notes and
Computations of
Interests
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• CPA and a professor at the Bicol University
College of Business, Economics, and
Management
• Graduated magna cum laude
• CPA Reviewer specializing in Management
Advisory Services, Auditing Theory, and
Practical Accounting Problems II
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Systems of Quality Part
I: Process Costing
2. Systems of Quality Part
II: Process Costing –
Normal and Abnormal
Spoilage
3. Systems of Quality
Part III: Gross Profit
Variation Analysis
4. Systems of Quality Part
IV: Standard Costing
and Variance Analysis
5. Learning Curve and
Probability Analysis
Valuation, Stock
Valuation
8. Capital Asset Pricing
Model (CAPM)
9. Cost of Capital
10. Concepts and
Application of Financial
Management
10.1 Cash Management
10.2 Receivables
Management
10.3 Inventory
Management
6. Risk and Return
7. Interest Rates, Bond
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WORKTEXT IN BASIC
ACCOUNTING (SERVICE/
MERCHANDISING)
FUNDAMENTALS OF
WRITING BUSINESS
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION LETTERS
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SALIENT FEATURES
• Includes revised schedule of SSS, PhilHealth,
withholding Tax and the Value-Added Tax
• Lectures are made in an outline-questionenumerations form where students can
learn, analyze and understand this worktext
with minimal instructional guidance
• This book traces its origin to an earlier book
which first saw print in 2001, “Integrated
Business and Technical Communication”
• This edition in most parts preserves the
outlines of the previous edition of the book,
with the contents updated and enriched in
the belief that knowledge in whatever field of
discipline, in the advent of the digital age, is
constantly being challenged by change
• The book is dotted with exercises, guide
questions and writing activities which are
aligned with current trends in education such
as outcomes-based education, reflective,
integrative, interactive, experiential,
collaborative and research-based teaching to
further reinforce learning
• Details fundamentals of business letter
writing – from conceptualization to final
output, with helpful pointers on grammar
and other basic writing skills
Cecilia Hugo-Macapilit
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Taught at the University of the East, Divine
World College of Tagbilaran, University of
Mindanao, and the Immaculate Conception of
Davao City
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I Introduction
To Accounting And
Business
Chapter II Financial
Statement
Chapter III Elements Of
Accounting
Chapter IV Business
Documents
Chapter V The Accounting
Cycle
Chapter VI Posting And
Trial Balance
Chapter VII Adjusting The
Book
Chapter VIII Worksheet
And Financial
10
Efren F. Abulencia
Joel Joseph L. Egipto
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• MA in Teaching (major in English Language),
De La Salle University
• Ph.D. (major in Human Resource
Administration); BA English (magna cum
laude), University of Cagayan Valley
• Present Chief of Staff, office of the President;
Vice President for Internal and External
Affairs, University of Cagayan Valley,
Tuguegarao City
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Statements
Chapter X Merchandising
Chapter XI Accounting For
Purchases
Chapter XII Account For
Sales
Chapter XIII Special
Journals
Chapter XIV Adjustment
And Worksheet Of
A Merchandising
Business
Chapter XV Closing And
Reversing Entries
• BA English, BA Political Science, and BS Public
Administration, University of Luzon
• MA Political Science and Master of Public
Administration, Cum Laude, University of
Manila; Doctor in Public Administration at the
University of Manila and University of Luzon
• Served as Director of the United Nations
Association of the Philippines (UNAP); Vice
President, Philippine Association for Language
Teaching (PALT)
• Certifier-accreditor of the Fund for Assistance
to Private Education (FAPE) and the
Department of Education
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Nature of
Communication
Process
The Principles of Writing
and the Writing Process
Formatting the Physical
Form of the Business
Letter
Writing Sales and
Promotional Letters
Writing Credit and
Collection Letters
Writing Claim and
Adjustment Letters
Preparing Resumés and
Job Application Letters
Preparing Memoranda
and Endorsement
Letters
Preparing Minutes of the
Meeting
Preparing Business
Reports
Using Graphics in
Business Reports
Preparing Social-Business
Correspondence
Digital Communication in
Business
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Main Parts of a
Business Letter
Chapter 3: Optional Parts
of a Business Letter
Chapter 4: Characteristics
of a Good Business
Letter
Chapter 5: Grammar
Agreement
Chapter 6: Review of
Tenses
Chapter 7: Principles
of Sentence
and Paragraph
Constructions
Chapter 8: Stages in
Business Writing
Chapter 9: Sales Letters
Chapter 10: EmploymentRelated Letters
Chapter 11: Other Kinds of
Business Letters
Chapter 12: Memorandum
and E-Mail
Chapter 13: Other Interoffice Communications
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Finance
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CORRESPONDENCE
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ELEMENTS OF FINANCE
Esther L. Baraceros
MATHEMATICS OF INVESTMENT
WITH COMPUTER APPLICATION
Norma Dy Lopez Mariano
Laurentina Paler-Calmorin, et. al.
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• The book is a skills subject, not a content
subject, thus, its focus is on the acquisition of
procedural knowledge, not on the acquisition
of declarative knowledge. To gain mastery
of the topics covered by this subject, the
students should perform something similar
to what they usually do in English 1,2,3, and
4 - speak, listen, read, and write – to learn the
English language
• The nature of the topics of Business
Correspondence, the parts, the formats, and
the kinds of business letters, does not only
require visualization or imagination but also
actualization or realization
• Business correspondence makes the
students the core or center of the teachinglearning situation
• Enriched with illustrative examples to further
enhance discussions, the book’s format
and division into chapters are designed to
facilitate the teaching and learning process
optimally
• Discussion Questions, Experiential Exercises,
and a Test Bank have been included to aid the
professor/instructor
• Methods and formulas used in the book were
simplified for easy understanding
• Uses Microsoft Excel examples to facilitate
computational activities
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education,
Saint Louis University, Baguio City; Bachelor
of Laws, Lyceum of the Philippines University
• Master of Education (major in Language
Teaching); Ph.D. in English Studies, UP
Diliman, Quezon City
• Earned 24 units for Ph.D. in Reading
Education from the same university
• Associate Professor II in English, UST TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Nature of Business
English
2. The 8 C’s of a Business
Letter
3. The Parts of Business
Letter
4. The Format of a
Business Letter
5. The Letter of
Application
6. Resume and Cover
Letter
7. Job Interview
8. Sales Letter
9. The Letter of Inquiry
10. The Letter of Making a
Reservation
11. The Letter Ordering
Goods
12. The Letter of
Resignation
13. The Letter of
Reference and
the Letter of
Recommendation
14. The Letter of
Acceptance
15. The Letter of Refusal
16. The Letter of
Collection
17. Letter of Complaint
and Letter of
Adjustment
18. E-mails and Faxes
19. Memorandums
20. Social-Personal
Business Letters
21. Business Reports
22. Minutes of the
Meeting
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• CPA, Chief Financial Officer of a
manufacturing firm, and concurrently
Finance Manager of its sister company, a
manufacturing export company
• Dean, Meycauayan College
• Dean, College of Business Administration,
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
• Taught at the G. S. Fame Institute of Business
in Jakarta, Indonesia
• Doctor of Philosophy, Major in Commerce,
University of Santo Tomas
• Master in Business Administration, Major in
Management, Polytechnic University of the
Philippines
• Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Major
in Accounting, Philippine College of
Commerce(Magna cum Laude)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Professor (retired) and Dean, College of
Fisheries and Allied Sciences of Northern
Iloilo Polytechnic State College
• Lecturer, West Visayas State University
• Dean of College of Teacher Education, St. Paul
University, Iloilo
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Simple Interest and
Simple Discount
2. Compund Interest
3. Simple Annuity
4. Commission and
Arrearages
5. Amortization and
Sinking Fund
6. Bonds
7. Depreciation and
Perpetuities
8. Capital and Return of
Investment
9. Presentation of
Business Data with
Computer Application
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Concept and
Environment
Development of Money 8. The Financial System
2. Introduction to Finance 9.Financial
3. Introduction to
Managerial Finance
Intermediation
10. Interest Rates and its
4. Finance and Accounting
Role in Finance
5.Understanding
Financial Statements
11. Financial Assets
6. Financial Statements:
Tools In Decision
Making
7. The Financial
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BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
Priscilla Altares, et. al.
ELEMENTS OF
INVESTMENT MATHEMATICS CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS
Anita C. Ong and Presentacion B. Gabriel
Ma. Theresa B. Arce, et.al.
SALIENT FEATURES
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SALIENT FEATURES
• Designed for Business students, the book
brings together all the math tools students
need to successfully handle everyday
business transactions, manage their personal
finances, and start or operate a small
business
• The book provides business problems that
will be a good foundation for accounting.
Also, exercises are varied, numerous and
taken from real life experiences
• The book is easily comprehensible and
involves the student in the learning process
• The book is an easy-to-understand primer on
the basic concepts and operations one needs
to know to make smart financial decisions
• A guide on the time value of money
as it serves as basis for unraveling the
complexities of personal finance, it
demystifies the mathematics of banking,
credit and depreciation, and presents the
fundamental computations on stocks and
bonds
• Since changes in the financial climate
send ripples – and sometimes waves – in
households, this book provides welcome
knowledge and elementary know-how on the
world of money and investment
• The book covers the topics intended for
students to understand calculus as it applies
to business, economics, and accountancy
• Likewise, topics covered by this book are
also based on Commission on Higher
Education’s Memorandum Order 3 series
2007 (CMO 3 series 2007). The sequence of
topics is arranged in a way that concepts and
terminologies are discussed explicitly for the
students to understand its application better
• The problems discussed in this book are
adapted based on the current trends and
practices of business in the Philippines as
well as on trends around the world
• The discussions are simplified to make
students appreciate the role of calculus in
their lives to make them more equipped in
facing the challenges of the real business
world
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Priscilla S. Altares
• BS Education, Major in Mathematics, Arellano
University; MA Teaching Mathematics,
University of the East
• Academic requirements for Doctor of
Education at FEU
Ma. Teresa Arce
• Chairman, Dept. of Business Math and
Statistics, UE- Caloocan
• BS Industrial Engineering, FEATI University
Antonio Ronald Copo
• President, UE Faculty Association
• Chairman, Department of Bus. Math and
Statistic 1998-2000, UE- Manila
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Fundamentals
of Arithmetic
Operations
Chapter 2: Fundamentals
of Algebra in Business
Chapter 3: Income
Statement
Chapter 4: Bank
Reconciliation
Chapter 5: Averages
Chapter 6: Depreciation
Chapter 7: Ratio,
Proportion, And
Percent
Chapter 8 : Profit Ratio
Analysis
Chapter 9: Payroll,
Comission, And Taxes
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anita C. Ong
• Assistant professor at the De La Salle
University.
• Authored several college mathematics
textbooks
Presentacion B. Gabriel
• BS Education (Magna cum laude),
University of Santo Tomas; MA Educational
Management, Ateneo de Manila University
• Faculty, Mathematics Department, DLSU
• Dean, College of Career Development, de La
Salle-College of Saint Benilde (1980-1987)
• Associate Dean, DLSU College of Liberal Arts
(1987-1993)
• EVP, DLSU - CSB (1993-2000)
• Executive Director, Office of the President,
DLSU (2000-2004)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Simple and
Discount Interest
Chapter 2 Compound
Interest
Chapter 3 Simple
Annuities
Chapter 4 Amortization
12
and Sinking Funds
Chapter 5 General
Annuities
Chapter 6 Depreciation
Chapter 7 Stocks and
Bonds
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Ma. Teresa Arce, Associate Dean of the
College of Business Association – UE
Caloocan
• Antonio Copo, Board of Director, ASAPPNCMB, DOLE Intramuros, Manila
• Yonardo Gabuyo, Chairman – Department
of Business Mathematics and Statistics
(2004-present)
• Angeline Laddaran, Chairman – Department
of Business Mathematics and Statistics (20002004)
• Leila Mejia, Doctor of Education – UE
• Antonio Villanueva, Chairman – Department
of Finance, Economics and Business
Mathematics (2007-2009)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Functions and
Range
Chapter 4 Exponential and
Chapter 2 Limits and
Derivatives
Chapter 5 Integral
Calculus
Chapter 3 Increasing and
Decreasing Functions
Logarithmic Functions
Chapter 6 Functions of
Several Variables
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FUNDAMENTALS OF
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
MONEY, CREDIT AND
MATHEMATICS OF
INVESTMENT MADE SIMPLE BANKING
Ma. Flordeliza Anastacio, et. al.
SALIENT FEATURES
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• The book begins with a Learning Objective
to guide the learners on what they will
encounter and what they are expected to
learn within the series
• The Reflection part of the book highlights
important concepts and their relevance in
real life situations
• Learning Activities are exercises and
problems categorized from easy to difficult
level. This helps the learners to master
simple concepts firsts before going into more
difficult exercises
• The book presents the fundamental
concepts, patterns, relationships, and
practical applications in investment math
• The problems in the text are essentially
real-life situations, making them relevant,
motivational and interesting
• The approach of this book is both content
and skill oriented
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dean Ma. Flordeliza Anastcio
• Bachelor’s Degree, La Consolacion Manila
• Master of Business Administration, Doctor
of Philosophy (major in Educational
Management) and Post-Doctoral Course
in Total Quality Management in Higher
Education, CEU
Roberto Dacanay
• Baccalaureat degree in Accounting, Colegio
de San Juan de Letran
Leonardo Aliling
• BS Commerce (Majoring in Accounting),
University of Mindanao, 1979
• Certified Public Accountant, 1983
• Faculty, Centro Escolar University,
1995-present
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 An Overview of
Financial Management
Chapter 2 Financial
Statements Based on
Philippine Accounting
Standards
Chapter 3 Financial
Statement Analyses
and Their Implications
to Management
Chapter 4 Financial
Ratio Analyses and
Their Implications to
Management
Chapter 5 Financial
Forecasting, Corporate
Planning and Budgeting
Chapter 6 Time Value of
Money Analysis
Chapter 7 Fund
Management
Chapter 8 Inventory
Management
Chapter 9 Loans
and Receivable
Management
Chapter 10 Working
Capital
Management
Cristobal M. Pagoso
Felina C. Young
SALIENT FEATURES
• The book presents the principles of money,
credit and banking backed up by cases and
readings on the recent global and local
financial crisis
• Presents the concepts in a simple,
straightforward and interesting manner
• Contains exercises, readings and cases for a
more effective learning
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Professor, author and entrepreneur
• Doctor of Business Administration (Silver
Medal), De La Salle University
• Ph.D in Management from American World
University, USA
• Founding Dean, Graduate School of San Beda
College
• MA in Economics, Center for Research and
Development (now University of Asia and the
Pacific)
• Masters degree in Business Administration,
Philippine Christian University
• At present, he is the Chairman of Business
Administration of the University of Manila
and a part-time faculty member at La
Consolacion College and Philippine Christian
University
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Simple Interest
Sinking Funds
2. Compound Interest
6. Perpetuity
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3. Ordinary Annuity
7., Depreciation
4. Other Annuities
8. Bonds
Chapter 1 Introduction
5. Amortization and
Chapter 2 The Role and
Uses of Money
Chapter 3 Monetary
Theories
Chapter 4 Money and
Monetary Policy
Chapter 5 Money and
Inflation
Chapter 9 Classes and
Kinds of Credits
Chapter 10 Credit
Management
Chapter 11 The Philippine
Financial System
Chapter 12 Bangko Sentral
ng Pilipinas
Chapter 13 Commercial
Banking
Chapter 6 An Introduction
to Investment
Chapter 14 Thrift and
Rural Banks
Chapter 7 Stocks and
Bonds
Chapter 8 The Credit
System
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BUSINESS FINANCE
Pricilla Altares, et. al.
Roberto G. Medina
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Slideshow Presentations
• Exercises with Answer Keys
THE LAW ON SALES, AGENCY
AND CREDIT TRANSACTIONS
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
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SALIENT FEATURES
• Mathematics of Investment begins with
an Objective and a Definition of Terms.
Objectives guide both the learner and
theprofessor on what they will learn and
what they are expected to do in each chapter.
Definition of Terms provides easy access to
information/definition
• The book offers visual representation of a
concept or a problem. This benefits visual
learners and makes problem solving easily
understood
• Problems are varied and in some cases,
difficult ones are included to challenge and
sharpen student’s ability to think clearly,
logically and critically
• Written for students of introductory business
finance. The author takes into account the
nuances both of the Philippine business
finance setting and the Filipino students
• Discussion of topics and examples are clear
and straightforward, for easy comprehension
by students in a step by step manner
• The book discusses topics deductively for a
general appreciation of a matter before going
in to specifics
• This book is intended for the use of
commerce students. An attempt is made to
condense or rephrase the legal provisions
in a simple manner and to correlate them so
that they will be easily understood
• Abundant illustrations are given not only
to further assist the student in the proper
interpretation of the law but also to ensure
full understanding of basic principles
• A study guide is provided at the end of every
chapter or section where the chapter is
divided into sections
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Priscilla S. Altares
Abner Aquino
Rosalia R. Arao
Ma. Teresa B. Arce
Antonio Roland I. Copo
Asuncion B. Howe
Angeline T. Laddaran
Claro T. Mananquil
Evangeline Agueda G. Sy
Helen D. Tizon
Antonio Villanueva, Jr.
Ana Maria S. Yao
• Ph. D. in Commerce, University of Santo
Tomas, 1981
• Over 20 years’ experience in teaching at
various colleges and universities, where he
served as department chairman, dean, and
vice president
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 The Nature and Aims of
Business
2 Organizing a Business
3 Fundamental Concepts
and Tools of Business
Finance
4 Financial Markets
5 Capital Budgeting
6 Working Capital
7 Sources of Short-Term
Capital
8 Corporate Stocks
TABLE OF CONTENTS
9 Corporate Bonds
1 Simple Interest and
Simple Discount
4 Amortization and
Sinking Funds
2 Compound Interest
5 Depreciation
3 Annuities
6 Insurance
14
10 Intermediate Term
Financing
11 The Capital Market
12 The Securities Market
13 Leasing
14 Financial Analysis
15 Business Risks
16 Business Failure,
Reorganization, and
Liquidation
References
Index
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: Sales
Chapter 1: Nature and Form
of the Contract
Chapter 2: Capacity to Buy
or Sell
Chapter 3: Effects of the
Contract When the Thing
Sold Has Been Lost
Chapter 4: Obligations of the
Vendor
Chapter 5: Obligations of the
Vendee
Chapter 6: Actions for Breach
of Contract of Sale of
Goods
Chapter 7: Extinguishment
of Sale
Chapter 8: Assignment
of Credits and Other
Incorporeal Rights
Chapter 9: General Provisions
Chapter 10: Barter or
Exchange
Chapter 11: The Bulk Sales
Law
Part II: Agency
Chapter 1: Nature, Form and
Kinds of Agency
Chapter 2: Obligations of the
Agent
Chapter 3: Obligations of the
Principal
Chapter 4: Modes of
Extinguishment of Agency
Part III: Credit Transactions
Introduction
A. Loan (General Provisions)
Chapter 1: Commodatum
Chapter 2: Simple Loan or
Mutuum
B. Deposit
Chapter 1: Deposit in General
and Its Different Kinds
Chapter 2: Voluntary Deposit
Chapter 3: Necessary Deposit
Chapter 4: Sequestration or
Judicial Deposit
C. Guaranty
Chapter 1: Nature and Extent
of Guaranty
Chapter 2: Effects of
Guaranty
Chapter 3: Extinguishment of
Guaranty
Chapter 4: Legal and Judicial
Bonds
D. Pledge
Chapter 1: Provisions
Common to Pledge and
Mortgage
Chapter 2: Provisions
Applicable Only to Pledge
E. Real Mortgage
F. Antichresis
G. Chattel Mortgage
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• This book attempts to simplify the Negotiable
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• The author explained the law, giving
illustrations, and citing or quoting judicial
decisions and opinions of recognized writers
on the subject to enable the reader to attain
understanding of difficult provisions
• The law and principles governing
partnerships and private corporations
are discussed at a relatively non-technical
level to make them easier for the reader to
understand
• The pertinent provisions of the Civil Code
and the Corporation Code as well as those
of related statutes are correlated to give the
reader a more integrated grasp of the subject
• The book includes an introduction to law to
provide readers a background on obligations
and contracts and other business law courses
• A study guide is provided at the end of every
chapter or section and is designed to, among
other things, primarily test and further
increase the understanding of the provisions
of law by the student
• The book was written for ease of reading and
comprehension, especially for those who are
learning about law for the first time
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1 The Negotiable
Instruments Law
(Act. No.2031)
Preface
Introduction
Title I Negotiable
Instruments in General
Chapter 1 Form and
Interpretation
Chapter 2 Consideration
Chapter 3 Negotiation
Chapter 4 Rights of the
Holder
Chapter 5 Liabilities of
Parties
Chapter 6 Presentment
for Payment
Chapter 7 Notice of
Dishonor
Chapter 8 Discharge of
Negotiable Instrument
Title II Bills of Exchange
Chapter 9 Form and
Interpretation
Chapter 10 Acceptance
Chapter 11 Presentment
for
Acceptance
Chapter 12 Protest
Chapter 13 Acceptance for
Honor
Chapter 14 Bills in Set
Title III
Chapter 16 Promissory
Notes and Checks
Title IV
Chapter 17 General
Provisions
Part II Documents of Title
Introduction
A. Civil Code Provisions
B. The Warehouse
Receipts Law (Act
No.2137, as amended)
Introduction
Chapter 1 The Issues of
Warehouse Receipts
Chapter 2 Obligations
and Rights of
Warehousemen upon
their receipts
Chapter 3 Negotiation and
Transfer
Chapter 4 Criminal
Offenses
Chapter 5 Interpretation
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Partnership
Chapter 1 General
Provisions
Chapter 2 Obligations of
the Partners
Section 1 Obligations of
the Partners Among
Themselves
Section 2 Property
Rights of a Partner
Section 3 Obligations
of the Partners with
Regard to Third
Persons
Chapter 3 Dissolution
and Winding Up
Chapter 4 Limited
Partnership
Part II Private
Corporations: The
Corporation
Code of the Philippines
Title I General
Provisions: Definition
and Classifications
Title II Incorporation and
Organization
of Private Corporations
Title III Board of
Directors/Trustees/
Officers
Title IV Powers of
Corporations
Title V By-Laws
Title VI Meetings
Title VII Stocks and
Stockholders
Title VIII Corporate
Books and Records
Title IX Merger and
Consolidation
Title X Appraisal Right
Title XI Non-Stock
Corporation
Title XII Close
Corporations
Title XIII Special
Corporation
Chapter I Educational
Corporations
Chapter II Religious
Corporations
Title XIV Dissolution
Title XV Foreign
Corporation
Title XVI Miscellaneous
Provisions
Study Guide
Answers to Study Guide
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: General
Provisions
Chapter 2: Nature and
Effects of Obligations
Solidary Oblitations
Section 5: Divisible and
Indivisible Obligations
Section 6: Obligations with
Chapter 3: Different Kinds
a Penal Clause
of Obligations
Chapter 4: Extinguishment
Section 1 Pure and
of Obligations
Conditional Obligations Section 1: Payment of
Section 2: Obligations
with a Period
Section 3: Alternative and
Facultative Obligations
Perfomance
Section 2: Loss of the
Thing Due
Section 4: Joint and
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COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW
OF BUSINESS LAW
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
THE LAW ON TRANSFER
AND BUSINESS TAXATION
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
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THE LAW ON INCOME
TAXATION
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Intended to provide CPA aspirants with an
effective guide in their review of Philippine
Business Law
• Based on official syllabus released by the
Board of Accountancy
• The syllabus from the Board of Accountancy
is found in the book so that the candidate can
check the extent of the knowledge that can
be acquired from the book
• Tax laws are presented in this book in a
simplified and abbreviated manner without
sacrificing the proper scope so that they may
be readily comprehended by a wide range of
readers
• Cases in the book are not limited to mere
discussion or explanation of theoretical
principles and rules on transfer and business
taxation. Illustrations, tax computations,
and solutions to hypothetical tax problems
are also supplied to further facilitate
understanding of the law
• While intended primarily as a textbook
in colleges and universities, it has been
designed likewise to serve as a useful
reference or guide not only to tax officials
and practitioners but also to the young
businessmen and the ordinary taxpayers
who have no previous background on the
subject
• The book presents a correlated treatment
of the various provisions of the National
Internal Revenue Code and the implementing
regulations as well as the jurisprudence and
administrative prescriptions in the field in a
simplified and at the same time authoritative
and exhaustive manner
• Divides the discussions into numerous topics
and subtopics and utilizes the enumeration
method for a better and easier grasp of the
subject matter being explained
• Enables the instructor to select conveniently
the more important aspects he may deem
worthy of emphasis
• Illustrations, tax computations and solutions
to designed problems are supplied to
ensure student understanding and to save
classroom time
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. General Principles
7. Partnerships
2. Obligations
8. The Corporation Code
3. Contracts
9. Negotiable Instruments
Law
4. Sales
5. Agency
6. Pledge and Mortgage
Legal Responsibilities of
the CPA
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction to Taxation
Part I Transfer Taxation
Chapter 1 Estate Tax
Chapter 2 Donor’s Tax
Part II Business Taxation
Chapter 1 In General
Chapter 2 Value-Added
Tax
Chapter 3 Other
Percentage Taxes
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Chapter 4 Excise Taxes on
Certain Goods
Chapter 5 Documentary
Stamp Taxes
Chapter 6 Statutory
Offenses and Penalties
Chapter 7 Compliance
Requirements
Chapter 8 Local Taxation
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I General
Principles
Chapter II Concept and
Items of Income
Chapter III Exclusions
from Income
Chapter IV Special
Treatment of Fringe
Benefits
Chapter V Deductions
from Gross Income
Chapter VI Items Not
Deductible
Chapter VII Gains and
Losses from Disposition
of Property
Chapter VIII Sources of
Income
Chapter IX Taxation of
Individuals
Chapter X Taxation of
Corporations
Chapter XI Taxation of
Partnerships and
Partners
Chapter XII Taxation of
Estates and Trusts
Chapter XIII Accounting
Methods
Chapter XIV Filing of
Returns and Payment
of Tax
Chapter XV Assessment
and Collection of Tax
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TEXTBOOK ON AGRARIAN
REFORM AND TAXATION
Hector S. de Leon and Hector M. De Leon, Jr.
REVIEWER ON PROPERTY
OWNERSHIP AND TAXATION
Hector S. de Leon
Victorino C. Mamalateo, et. al.
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• The authors adopt a comprehensive
approach to the subject, in order to prepare
the candidates for the BAR and CPA
examinations
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
Hector M. de Leon, Jr.
• A.B. LL.B., University of the Philippines
• LL.M., University of Michigan
• Partner, SyCip Salazar Hernandez &
Gatmaitan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
• Used for the course Land Reform and
Taxation
• Correlates the legal provisions, and rephrase
or condenses them in a simple manner so
that they will be easily understood by a wide
range of readers
• The only book in the market integrating
the many laws on real property including
property, sales, obligations and contracts
• Intended primarily for real estate service
practitioners, real property owners, and
persons engaged in real estate business
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hector S. de Leon
• LL.B., University of the Philippines
• Former Associate Professor, FEU
• Professor of Law
• Pre-week Bar Reviewer
• Managing partner, V. C. Mamalateo &
Associates
Chapter I: General Principles
A. Concept, Nature, and
Characteristics of
Taxation and Taxes
B. Classifications and
Distinctions
C. Limitations on the Power
of Taxation
D. Situs of Taxation and
Double Taxation
E. Forms of Escape from
Taxation
F. Exemption from Taxation
G. Nature, Construction,
Application, and Sources
of Tax Laws
Chapter II: National Taxation
A. Preliminary Topics
B. Income Tax
C. Estate Tax
D. Donor’s Tax
E. Value-Added Tax
F. Other Percentage Taxes
G. Excise Taxes on Certain
Goods
H. Documentary Stamp Tax
I. Customs Duties
J. Sugar Adjustment Taxes
K. Taxes on Narcotic Drugs
L. Travel Tax
M. Motor Vehicle User’s
Charge
N. Energy Taxes
Chapter III: Tax
Administration and
Procedure
A. Functions and Agencies
Involved
B. Assessment of Taxes
C. Collection of Taxes
D. Distraint of Personal
Property
E. Levy of Real Property
F. Enforcement of Forfeiture
G. Enforcement of Tax Lien
H. Compromise and
Abatement of Tax
Liability/ Refund or Credit
of Taxes
I. Other Administrative
Remedies
J. Judicial Remedies
K. Prescriptive Rules
L. Remedies of the Taxpayer
under the Tax code
M. Remedies of the
Taxpayer under Special
Tax Laws
N. Proceedings under the
Tariff and Customs Code
O. The Court of Tax Appeals
P. Books of Accounts and
Records
Chapter IV: Local Taxation
A. Introduction
B. Local Taxing Power in
General
C. Taxing and Other
Revenue-Raising Powers
of Provinces
D. Taxing and Other
Revenue-Raising Powers
of Municipalities
E. Taxing and Other
Revenue-Raising Powers
of Cities
F. Taxing and Other
Revenue-Raising Powers
of Barangays
G. Common RevenueRaising Powers
H. Community Tax
I. Collection of Taxes
J. Civil Remedies for
Collection of Revenues
K. Taxpayer’s Remedies
L. Real Property Taxes
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: Agrarian Reform
Part II: Taxation
Chapter
Chapter
1. Agrarian Reform in the
Philippines
1. General Principles of
Taxation
2. The Comprehensive
Agrarian Reform
Program
2. National Taxes
3. Agricultural Leasehold
System
3. Tax Administration and
Procedure
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I: Real estate Service
Act
Part II: Fundamental
Principles on Property
Ownership
Principles on Taxation
of Real Property
Transactions and of
Real Property
Part IV: Tax Incentives
Part III: Fundamental
4. Department of Agrarian
Reform
5. Land Bank
6.Cooperatives
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PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Human Resources Management
2012
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HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
Perfecto Sison, et. Al.
ORGANIZATIONAL
BEHAVIOR & MANAGEMENT
IN PHIL. ORGANIZATIONS
Cynthia A. Zarate
Crispina R. Corpuz
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• This new edition of the PMAP book contains
new chapters to be able to respond to the
dynamic world of business and organization.
These new chapters can be found on Part
Two, Chapter 3: Business Strategy; Chapter
4: Organization Analysis and Design; Part
Three, Chapter 7: Perform; Part Four, chapter
14: The HR Manager as a Leader; Chapter
18: The HR Manager as Human Capital
Manager; Chapter 19: The HR Manager’s
Role in Organizational Politics; Chapter 20:
The HR Manager’s Role in Corporate Social
Responsibility
• Includes links to websites that can help the
readers to further enhance their knowledge
on the topic of Human Resource Management
• Integrates case studies to apply the lessons
learned
• With Seatworks and Exercises to help
professors assess the level of student
learning
• Synthesizes materials, readings, and research
on organizational behavior and management
to provide the students an extensive
knowledge on the subject
• The topics are enhanced with actual
examples of organizations
• Contains the following unique elements:
1.Best Foot Forward – article adaptations
and lessons that have been used by
successful companies
2.Points of View – provides case studies that
illustrates actual situations
• Ph.D, Human Resource Management (magna
cum laude), University of Santo Tomas
• Currently vice chairman, DLSU-D
development cooperative; full professor,
College of Business Administration, DLSU-D
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Perfecto Sison
• Ranulfo Payos
• Orlando Zorilla
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: Background
Part 2: Understanding
Strategy and
Organization
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Faculty of San Beda Graduate College School
of Business
• Published articles on business in Philippine
Daily Inquirer, Clique Magazine and The
Journal
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 3: People
Management
Part 4: HR Best Practices
and Trends
1. Introduction
2. Job Analysis
3. Recruitment of
Employees
4. Selection of Employees
5. Training and
Development of
Employees
6. Performance Review
and Appraisal
7. Changes in Personnel
Status
8. Compensating Human
Resources
9. Employee Benefits and
Services
10. Labor Management
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Relations
11. Basic Labor Law
Affecting EmployerEmployee Relationship
12. Employee Relations
and Employee
Discipline
13. Employee Grievances
14. Employee Morale and
Motivation
15. Health and Safety in
the Workplace
16. Human Resource
Planning
17. Career Management
and Development
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Human Behavior and
the Dynamic Work
Environment
2. Organizational Culture
3. Communication
Systems
5. Leadership and
Empowerment
6. Individual and Group
Behavior
7. Change Management
8. Stress Management
4. Motivation and Rewards 9. Organizational Design
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Roberto G. Medina
BUSINESS ETHICS AND
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Ranulfo P. Payos
Fr. Floriano C. Roa
SALIENT FEATURES
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SALIENT FEATURES
• Intended for Business and HRM Students
taking a course in Human Behavior in
Organization
• The book covers 11 chapters on various
topics such as individual differences, mental
ability, personality, learning, motivation,
leadership, and others. For better
understanding of the various subtopics of
the different chapters, suggested items for
research and mini-cases are provided
• To partly monitor learning effectiveness,
exercises are provided at the end of each
chapter
• The book contains a rich perspective culled
from over four decades of the author’s
experience as an HR practitioner, consultant
and lecturer on people management
• Pairs theoretical phases with practical
aspects of the subject, for better learning
• Includes useful forms as templates in a rich
collection of appendices at the back part of
the book
• Provides chapter summaries to help readers
focus on the salient points discussed
• Synthesizes ethical concepts and moral
issues which are discussed in a one-semester
course in Business Ethics
• Examines an array of contemporary moral
issues and ethical problems facing today’s
managers, entrepreneurs and business
leaders from the perspective of various
ethical theories and moral principles
• Presents topics on Business Ethics from a
philosophical perspective because ethics is
part of philosophy in comparison to other
books that focus their presentations either
on legal or technical viewpoints
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Ph. D. in Commerce, University of Santo
Tomas, 1981
• Over 20 years’ experience in teaching at
various colleges and universities, where he
served as department chairman, dean, and
vice president
• Chairman of Change Management
International-Management Consulting Firm
• One of the Vice Presidents of ECOP and vice
president of ECOP Institute of Productivity
and Competitiveness (EIPC)
• Past president of People Management of
The Philippines (PMAP) for two terms and
Past President of the Society of Fellows in
Personnel Management
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. An Overview of
Human Behavior in
Organizations
VII. Work Teams and
Groups
II. Individual Differences,
Mental Ability and
Personality
IX. Performance
Management and
Rewards
III. Learning, Perception,
and Attribution
IV. Values, Attitudes, and
Job Satisfaction
V. Motivation
VI. Communication
VIII. Leadership
X. Foundations of
Organizational
Structure
XI. Conflict Negotiation
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction
2. The Constitutional and
Legal Framework
3. The New Role of Human
Resources
4. Skills for Effective
Human Resource
Management
5. Human Resource
Planning
6. Recruitment
7. Selection
8. Orientation: The
Acculturation Process
9. Training and
Development
10. Reward Management
11. Managing People
Motivation
12. Performance
Management
13. Managing in a
Unionized Environment
14. Managing in a NonUnionized Environment
15. Mergers and
Acquisitions and
Acquisitions,
Restructuring and
Downsizing
16. Human Capital
17. Measuring HRM
Effectiveness and
Efficiency
18. HRM and Business
Ethics
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• A.B. Classical major in Philosophy and
Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology (S.T.B),
Divine World Seminary, Tagaytay City
• M.B.A., University of Sto. Tomas; attended
Special Courses in Management (BMP), Asian
Institute of Management (AIM)
• Professor of Management and Business
Ethics, De Lasalle University – Dasmarinas
College of Business Administration and the
Graduate School of Business
• Guest priest of the Diocese of Imus, Cavite;
connected with St. Francis of Asisi Parish,
Gen. Trias Cavite
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Ethics and
Business
Chapter 2 The
Philosophical
Background of
Business Ethics
Chapter 3 The
Relationship of Ethics
with Other Sciences
and Other Phases of
Human Life
Chapter 4 The
Fundamental Principles
of Ethics
Chapter 5 A Critical
Survey of the Different
Normative Ethical
Theories Commonly
Used in Business
Decision Making
Chapter 6 Ethical Issues
and Problems in
Business and the
Corporate World
Chapter 7 Business and
Ecology
Chapter 8 Ethics and
Corporate Social
Responsibility
Chapter 9 Developing
Good Work Ethic
Chapter 10 Values and
Virtues
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INTRODUCTORY
MACROECONOMICS
Business
©
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BUSINESS POLICY AND
STRATEGY
Dr. Cristobal Pagoso, et. al.
©
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ISBN 978-971-23-5638-4
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
AND SMALL BUSINESS
MANAGEMENT
Cynthia A. Zarate
Roberto G. Medina
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SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Designed for undergraduate courses in basic
macroeconomics: the study of the economic
issues and problems of a nation
• An integral part of the book is the exercises
and readings that are based on the Philippine
setting. Effective learning includes not
only an understanding of the economic
concepts but also valuing them and doing the
necessary exercises to reinforce learning
• Summarizes the various strategies used by
the managers of the different departments.
Each department has a specific function
which is aligned with the attainment of
corporate goals. This book combines
concepts, theories, cases, and activities
that would clearly demonstrate how these
strategies work
• Uses local and foreign materials to illustrate
how these strategies, if employed properly,
can make an organization reach its peak
performance
• The book is intended for the use of
students taking an introductory course in
entrepreneurship. Aspiring entrepreneurs
will also find this book as a handy reference
• This book covers various topics relating to
the organization and management of new
business ventures
• Apart from discussions of the subtopics
of the different chapters, this book also
contains suggested items for research, minicases, and exercises
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Cristobal M. Pagoso+
• M.A. in Economics Education, Center
of Research and Communication (now
University of Asia and the Pacific)
Prof. Rosemary P. Dinio
• M.A. in Teaching, Centro Escolar University
with highest academic honors
• Chair of Economics Department, UST College
of Commerce from 1994-1998; President, UST
Commerce Faculty Club, 1998-2004
Prof. George A. Villasis
• M.A. in Economics, UST
• Associate professor, UST College of
Commerce and Accountancy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Bachelor of Science in Commerce (major
in Marketing Management) and Bachelor
of Arts (major in Psychology/Guidance and
Counseling, cum laude), Saint Scholastica’s
College
• Master in Business Administration, Ateneo de
Manila University
• Currently pursuing doctorate in Business
Administration, Jose Rizal University
• Full-time faculty, Saint Francis of Assisi
College
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1 The Science of
Economics
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Circular
Flow of Economic
Activity
Chapter 3 An Introduction
to Demand and Supply
Part 2 National Income
Analysis
Chapter 4 National
Income Accounting
Chapter 5 Consumption
and Savings
Chapter 6 The Investment
Function
Chapter 7 National Income
Determination
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Chapter 8 Labor and
Employment
Chapter 9 Inflation
Part 3 Macroeconomic
Policies
Chapter 10 Money and
Monetary Policies
Chapter 11 Fiscal Policy
Chapter 12 International
Trade Practices and
Policies
Chapter 13 The Dynamics
of Development
Chapter 14 The
Comprehensive
Agrarian Reform
Program
2. Environmental Scanning
3. Strategy Formulation
4. Strategy
Implementation
5. Strategic Human
Resource Management
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 A Perspective
on Entrepreneurship
Chapter 2 The Nature of
Small Business
Chapter 3 The Ethical and
Social Responsibilities
of the Entrepreneur
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Basic Concepts in
Business Policy and
Strategy
• Ph. D. in Commerce, University of Santo
Tomas, 1981
• Over 20 years’ experience in teaching at
various colleges and universities, where he
served as department chairman, dean, and
vice president
6. Strategy Evaluation and
Control
7. Cases in Business Policy
Issues
8. History of Strategic
Management
9. Industry Trends
Business Ownership
Chapter 9 Organizing,
Directing, and
Controlling the Small
Business
Chapter 10 Marketing the
Small Business
Chapter 4 Entrepreneurial Chapter 11 Determining
Personality
the Right Location
Chapter 5 The Search for a Chapter 12 Promoting the
Sound Business Idea
Small Business
Chapter 6 Strategic
Planning for Small
Business
Chapter 7 The Business
Plan
Chapter 8 Forms of Small
Chapter 13 Managing
Small Business Finance
Chapter 14 Managing
Small Business Risk
BUSINESS EDUCATION CORE
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• Exercises with Answer Keys
• Ready-to-use
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• Exercises with Answer Keys
QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN
IN DECISION-MAKING WITH FOR BUSINESS (WITH
THE PHILIPPINE SETTING
COMPUTER APPLICATION
COMPUTER APPLICATION)
Antonio Copo, Et. Al.
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Provides techniques, applications and
implications used in decision making
• Prepares students and businessmen into the
challenges of the business world and how to
cope up with them
• Written for students of business course to
answer their needs of a realistic insight into
what quantitative tools they can apply in
order to bring productivity into their business
• The book prepares the students for modern
trends in business careers and to give a
broad coverage of the field problems
• Each lesson is provided with exercises
to develop student’s computational and
problem solving skills
• The book is easily comprehensible and
concepts are discussed in a step by step
manner for easy understanding
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
•
•
•
•
•
•
Teresa Arce
Rosalie Arao
Antonio Copo
Angeline Laddran
Leila Mejia
Antonio Villanueva
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Decision Theory
Elements of Quantitative
Decision-Making
Decision-Making
Environments
Quantitative Approaches
in Decision-Making
Under the Environment
of Risk
Decision Analysis Using
Conditional, Expected
Value, and Regret
Tables
MS Excel Applications in
Decision Theory
Winifreda T. Asor
Priscilla S. Altares, et. al.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Priscilla S. Altares
Abner Aquino
Rosalia R. Arao
Ma. Teresa B. Arce
Antonio Roland I. Copo
Asuncion B. Howe
Angeline T. Laddaran
Claro T. Mananquil
Evangeline Agueda G. Sy
Helen D. Tizon
Antonio Villanueva
Ana Maria S. Yao
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Government Employee in the education
sector
• A professor of government administration
and business management
• MA Philosophy, Major in Development
Education, University of Santo Tomas
• She passed several examinations by Civil
Service Commission Careers, Quezon City
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Review of Linear
Equations and Linear
Inequalities
2. Linear Programming
3. Linear Programming:
The Simplex Method/
Algorithm
4. Special Purpose
Algorithms of Linear
Programming
Transportation and
SALIENT FEATURES
• Intended to guide students to learn about the
characteristics of an entrepreneur and the
various elements important to developing
and leading a successful enterprise
• The book includes chapters that will guide
readers through an appraisal of one’s
entrepreneurial qualities
• From developing an idea to setting up
a business, the author has detailed all
the important information a would-be
entrepreneur must have up his sleeves in
order to succeed
• Written in simple and easy to understand
prose, the book offers a comprehensive view
of all aspects of managing one’s business
enterprise: people management, finance,
production and marketing
Assignment Methods
5. Decision Theory
6. Forecasting
7. Inventory Model
8. Network Analysis
9. Queuing Models and
Applications
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Origin and Nature of
Entrepreneurship
2. The Philippine
Economy: How Does
and Economy Grow
3. Attributes, Qualities,
and Characteristics of
an Entrepreneur
4. Appraising Yourself
For An Entrepreneurial
Career
5. Search for Business
Opportunity, Ideation,
Innovation, and
Creativity
6. The Business Plan
7. Ownership and
Organization
8. Financing the Venture
9. Start-up Organizations,
Getting Started in the
Business
10. Production of Goods
and Services
11. Understanding the
Basics of Accounting
and Finance, Financial
Management
12. Social Responsibility
13. Business Success
Through People
Development
14. Success Stories
and Successful
Entrepreneurs
15. Franchising
16. E-Commerce
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TOURISM PLANNING
AND DEVELOPMENT
PRINCIPLES OF TOURISM I
Reil G. Cruz
Zenaida L. Cruz
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• The book focuses on information that is
relevant to the Philippine context, while
incorporating examples drawn from the
author’s professional exposure in tourism
planning here and overseas
• The book presents several analytical tools,
theoretical approaches, indicators, and
practical advice for tourism planning and
product development
• The book follows an outcomes-based
approach, with learning objectives clearly
defined at the beginning of each chapter,
and ending with discussion questions and/or
activities at the end
• The book serves as an introduction to the
study of tourism, where tourism is examined
from the perspectives of a phenomenon, an
industry and as a field of study or research
• The author provides a cursory look into the
various sectors that comprise the tourism
system and how they interact with each other
• The book is written in a global scope,
introducing the students to the theories,
concepts and principles pertinent to the
behavioral, sociological, political, economic,
psychological and cultural aspects of tourism
• Basic definitions and concepts relating
to tourism’s political, environmental,
economic and cultural impacts are discussed
throughout
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Bachelor of Science in Tourism, Master’s in
International Studies, UP Diliman
• Dean (2001-2004) and faculty member, UP
Asian Institute of Tourism
• Director for Tourism Research and Extension
Services (2010-2013)
• Consultant, UN World Tourism Organization
(2005-2007)
• Visiting Professor, Woosong University,
Daejeon, Korea (2007-2009)
• PhD (current), University of Technology
Malaysia through the UP Doctoral Studies
Fellowship Program
Chapter 2 The Tourism
Planning Process
Chapter 3 Approaches To
Tourism Planning And
Development
Chapter 4 Laws Relevant
To Tourism Planning
Chapter 5 Tourism
Product Development
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1. Meaning and
Importance of Tourism
2. The History of Tourism
3. The Psychology of
Travel
4. The Economics of
Tourism
5. The Sociology of
Tourism
6. Tourism and Culture
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Basic Concepts
In Tourism Planning
And Development
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 6 Forms Of
Tourism
Chapter 7 Tourism Impact
Mitigation & Adaptation
Chapter 8 Tourism Impact
Monitoring
Chapter 9 Accessible
Tourism
Chapter 10 Participatory
Tourism Planning
Opportunities in
Tourism
10. Current Trends and
Issues in the Tourism
and Hospitality
Industry
11. The Cruise Industry
12. Ecotourism
13. The International
Travel Experience
14. Medical Tourism
7. The Tourism Network
and Supply Component 15. Future World Tourism
Issues
8. Tourism Organizations
9. Employment
HRM-TOURISM
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ACCOUNTING FOR HOTEL AND A GUIDE TO FOOD
RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
SELECTION, PREPARATION
PRINCIPLES OF TOURISM II AND TOURISM INDUSTRY
AND PRESERVATION
Zenaida L. Cruz
Bartolome R. Urbano
Nora Narvaez–Soriano
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• The book provides a macro and micro view of
tourism as an industry
• The author’s direct writing style makes
understanding of concepts and issues much
easier for all readers
• A new chapter on The Aviation System is
included to provide learners a good grasp
of this allied industry that helps drive the
tourism development worldwide
• Its encompassing view on the industry helps
both teachers and learners develop a mind
map into the intricacies of an industry that is
vaunted to be the largest by 2020
• Micro topics on Marketing, Promotions,
and Distribution Channels enable readers
to understand how tourism thrives as a
business model
• Specific tourism activities in hotels,
restaurants, leisure & recreation, gaming
entertainment and theme parks are
thoroughly discussed in chapters that explain
both the tangible and intangible features of
tourism beyond the service industry
• This book is designed to inculcate the
foundation of basic accounting to students
of Hotel and Restaurant Management and
Tourism
• This book imparts knowledge of accounting
to learners and encourages them to
understand and be engaged in the field,
which enables them to be competent in
preparation for their future whether they
become entrepreneurs or professionals in
the local or international arena
• Includes updated significant concepts related
to the nature and composition of food, which
are the bases for their selection, preparation
and preservation
• Important processes and principles in
cookery and food processing are presented
utilizing Filipino food resources
• Application of scientific principles to food
production and the technical aspects of
food preservation are included in the book
to serve as reference for food courses and
entrepreneurs
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Certified Public Accountant
• BS Business Administration, major in
Accounting, University of the East – Caloocan;
MA Management, Technological University of
the Philippines.
• Assistant Professor, Accounting and Taxation,
UE Caloocan.
• Served as Chairman, Dept. of Business
Law and Taxation, and Departmental
Examinations, UE Caloocan.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Professor & Head of Home Economics
Department, Philippine Normal University
• Degree in Home Economics, Philippine
Normal College; MA Home Economics,
University of the Philippines
• Consultancy job in Home Economics in Syiah
Kuala University, Indonesia
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I – Introduction to
Food Preparation
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Impact of Tourism
8. Accommodations
2. Tourism Planning
9. Food Services
3. Tourism Development
10. Recreation and Leisure
4. Tourism Marketing
11. The Gaming
Entertainment Industry
5. Tourism Promotion
6. Tourism Distribution
Channel
12. Tourist Attractions and
Theme Parks
7. Transportation Services 13. The Aviation System
Chapter 1 Introduction Of
Accounting In Business
Chapter 2 Accounting
Principles And
Concepts
Chapter 7 Recording
Selected Business
Transactions
Part III – Selection,
Preparation and
Preservation of
Part II – Food Preservation
Selected Foodgroups
Chapter 8 Accounting
For Manufacturing
Business
Chapter 3 Accounting
Priciples, Accounts, And Chapter 9 Adjusting
Accounting Equation
Entries
Chapter 4 Debit And
Chapter 10 Preparation Of
Credit Principles And
Worksheet
Journalization – Service Chapter 11 Recording Of
Concern Business
Closing Entries And
Chapter 5 Financial
Reversing Entries
Statement
Chapter 12 Accounting
Chapter 6 Accounting
For Merchandising
Business
System: Special
Journals
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HRM-TOURISM
THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
HRM-Tourism
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2010
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A GUIDE TO MEAL
MANAGEMENT AND
TABLE SERVICE
Nora Narvaez–Soriano
SALIENT FEATURES
• Includes updated concepts in meal
management and table service, which include
information in menu planning, nutrition and
meal preparation
• Table setting and styles of meal services
for social function using tested menus and
recipes for local and international food
services are introduced to serve as a guide
to organizing parties, catering services, and
hotel and restaurant food services
• Guidelines for waiters and table etiquette for
social functions are given emphasis
TEACH Series
Theories and Concepts
Child and Adolescent
Development
Social Dimensions of
Education
Methods and Strategies 1
Assessment of Learning I
Education Technology I
• Professor & Head of Home Economics
Department, Philippine Normal University
• Degree in Home Economics, Philippine
Normal College; MA Home Economics,
University of the Philippines
• Consultancy job in Home Economics in Syiah
Kuala University, Indonesia
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I. Meal Management
Part III. Serving Ideas
1. Planning Meals
10. Special Help for
Elegant Serving of Food
2. Organizing Meal
Preparation
3. Control in Meal
Management
Part IV. Serving Styles for
Entertaining
11. The Filipino Style
4. Evaluating Meals
12. Foreign Flavors
Part II. Table
Appointments and
Styles of Table Service
Appendix A — Kitchen
Efficiency
5. Table Appointments
6. Waiting on the Table
7. Table Etiquette
8. Table Setting
9. Styles of Table Service
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Appendix B — Principles
of Cooking for the
Different Food
Aurelia T. Estrada
SALIENT FEATURES
• Aims to help preschool teachers gain
sufficient knowledge of the characteristics
of young children on the various stages of
development, and apply these ideas in the
teaching process
• This book is one in a series of seven titles
designed for students and teachers of the
Preschool Specialization
Principles of Teaching II
Assessment of Learning II
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
DEVELOPMENTAL
CHARACTERISTICS OF
YOUNG CHILDREN
Developmental Reading I
Developmental Reading II
Methods and Strategies 2
Field Study
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Professor (retired), Philippine Normal
University (PNU)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Module 1 – Overview
of Early Childhood
Development
Module 2 – Beginning of
the Child’s Life
Module 3 – Understanding
the Young Child’s
Physical/Motor,
Cognitive and Language
Development
Module 4 – Understanding
the Young Child’s
Social, Emotional and
Moral Development
THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
Child and Adolescent Development
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Principles of Teaching II
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Denise Boyd and Helen Bee
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HANDBOOK ON PRINCIPLES
OF TEACHING II
Antonio Tamayao
Carlo Casinto
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SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Printed for Pearson Education South Asia Pte.
Ltd. in partnership with Rex Book Store, Inc.
for the Philippine market
• Thoroughly addresses basic facts of
development and makes abstract theories
more understandable to students
• Presents information in a way that is
both engaging and relevant to real-world
applications of developmental science
• Highlights of the 6th Edition (2012): learning
objectives linked to Instructor’s Manual
and Test Bank; end-of-section quizzes with
answer keys; 25-question chapter tests
(multiple choice), also with answer keys
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Ed.D. in Educational Psychology, University of
Houston, 1988
• Co-author of four other books in Child
Development
• Licensed psychologist with various published
papers
• Social Dimensions of Education is a textbook
that is useful for prospective teachers and
teaching practitioners
• Aligned with the course syllabus prescribed
by the Philippine Association for Teacher
Education (PAFTE), and the competencies
that are tested in the Licensure Examination
for Teachers (LET)
• Focused on the four major sociological
theories emphasizing their analysis on
human diversity: functionalist, conflict,
interactionist and critical paradigms
• Cartoon illustrations are presented to
reinforce the salient points discussed in each
chapter
• Each end of the chapter also contains
issues for discourse to stimulate classroom
discussion and a chapter test to evaluate
learning obtained by the reader
• Covers the skills stipulated under CHED
CMO 30 series of 2004 (Revised Policies
and Standards of Undergraduate Teacher
Education) as per amended by SMO 52 series
of 2007
• The handbook features an instructional
material evaluation and a learning style
preferences assessment tool
11 Physical and Cognitive
Development in
Adolescence
12 Social and Personality
Development in
Adolescence
PART VI Early Adulthood
13 Physical and Cognitive
Development in Early
Adulthood
14 Social and Personality
Development in Early
Adulthood
PART VII Middle Adulthood
15 Physical and Cognitive
Development in Middle
Adulthood
16 Social and Personality
Development in Early
Adulthood
PART VIII Late Adulthood
and the End of Life
17 Physical and Cognitive
Development in Late
Adulthood
18 Social and Personality
Development in Early
Adulthood
19 Death, Dying, and
Bereavement
• Former academic chairperson of the
Languages and Literature Department of the
University of the Immaculate Conception.
• Lecturer of the doctoral program of the
University of Southeastern Philippines
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I Foundations
1 Basic Concepts and
Methods
2 Theories of
Development
3 Prenatal Development
and Birth
PART II Infancy
4 Physical, Sensory,
and Perceptual
Development in Infancy
5 Cognitive Development
in Infancy
6 Social and Personality
Development in Infancy
PART III Early Childhood
7 Physical and Cognitive
Development in Early
Childhood
8 Social and Personality
Development in Early
Childhood
PART IV Middle Childhood
9 Physical and Cognitive
Development in Middle
Childhood
10 Social and Personality
Development in Middle
Childhood
PART V Adolescence
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Module 1 Nature and
Principles of Teaching
and Learning in the
Subject Areas
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Professor and Research Director for Social
Science and Education, Cagayan State
University
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Study Of Schools
And Social Dimensions
Of Education
2. Sociological Theories
That Are Useful In
The Study Of Social
Dimensions Of
Education
3. Functions Of Schools
4. The Four Pillars Of
Education
5. Intercultural Education
6. Multicultural Education
7. Inclusive Education
8. Gender And Education
9. Globalization And
Education
10. Peace Education
1. Nature and Principles of
Teaching and Learning
Mathematics
4. Methods and Strategies
in Teaching Language
Arts
Module 3 Instructional
Material Selection and
Preparation Across
Subject Areas
2. Nature and Principles of 1. Design Theories of
Teaching and Learning
Instructional Materials
Natural Science
Development
3. Nature and Principles of 2. Design Models of
Teaching and Learning
Instructional Materials
Social Science
Development
4. Nature and Principles of Module 4 Assessment in
Teaching and Learning
the Subject Areas
Language Arts
1. Assessment in
Module 2 Methods and
Mathematics
Strategies of Teaching
2. Assessment in Natural
the Subject Areas
Science
1. Methods and
Strategies in Teaching
Mathematics
2. Methods and Strategies
in Teaching Natural
Science
3. Assessment in Social
Science
4. Assessment in
Language Arts
3. Methods and Strategies
in Teaching Social
Science
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ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT
LEARNING II
Laurentina Calmorin
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ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT
LEARNING I
Laurentina Calmorin
Flordeliza Buendicho
SALIENT FEATURES
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SALIENT FEATURES
• First of the two books by Dr. Calmorin for the
Teacher Education subject aligned with the
teacher education curriculum prescribed by
CHED that adheres with the NCBTS, coupled
with the seven integrated domains of the
teaching-learning process
• Uses global approach in training the Filipino
teachers to deliver services effectively,
efficiently and excellently
• Aligned with Commission on Higher
Education (CHED)’s new teacher education
curriculum that responds to the National
Competency-Based Teacher Standards
(NCBTS)
• The two phases of Assessment of Student
Learning (1 and 2) are subjects required by
the Professional Regulation Commission
(PRC) for teacher education graduates to take
the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)
• Statistical techniques are integrated in this
book to evaluate the performance of teachers
and students scientifically
• Composed of five modules with exercises to
monitor comprehension
• Aims to help students understand
measurement evaluation and assessment as
means of evaluating student learning
• Exercises and post-tests for each module are
prepared by the developer for progress check
and to monitor teaching learning progress
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Conducted forty-five researches, some of
which are award-winning “Best Scientific
Paper Presentor” given by the DOST-National
Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP)
• Second Prize Winner of PCAMRD’s Aquatic
Technology Enterprise Award” given by the
DOST- Philippine Council for Aquatic and
Marine Research and Development (PCAMRD)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Concepts Of Testing
And Assessment
2. Characteristics Of
Assessment Methods
3. Assessment Tools
4. The Testing Program
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Conducted forty-five researches, some of
which are award-winning “Best Scientific
Paper Presentor” given by the DOST-National
Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP)
• Second Prize Winner of PCAMRD’s Aquatic
Technology Enterprise Award” given by the
DOST- Philippine Council for Aquatic and
Marine Research and Development (PCAMRD)
7. Portfolio Assessment
5. Cognitive, Psychomotor
And Affective Domains 9. Assessment Of Learning
And Programs
Of Objectives As Bases
For Constructing
Teacher-Made Test
6. Criterion-Referenced
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Assessment of
Teaching and Learning
Performance
Chapter 2 Authentic
Assessment and
Assessment of Process
and Product
Chapter 3 Assessment of
Multiple Talents
Chapter 4 Frequency
Distributions and Their
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• Master of Arts in Education, Ateneo de Davao
University
• International Golden Award Honoree,
International Research and Communication
Center, Inc., 2005
And Norm-Referenced
Measures
8. Formative Evaluation,
Summative Evaluation
And Measuring
Attitudes
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Graphic Representation
Chapter 5 Measures of
Central Tendency
Chapter 6 Measures of
Variability
Chapter 7 Measures of
Skewness and Kurtosis
Chapter 8 Measures of
Correlation
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Basic Concepts in
Assessing Student
Learning
4. Development of
Classroom Assessment
Tools
2. Roles of Assessment in
Instructional Decisions
5. Utilization of Test
3. Principles of High
Quality Assessment
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
A ssessment of Learning I
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BASIC CONCEPTS IN
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY I
ASSESSMENT OF
LEARNING II
Yonardo A. Gabuyo
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Ronato S. Ballado
Yonardo A. Gabuyo
SALIENT FEATURES
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SALIENT FEATURES
• Provides a comprehensive and extensive
discussion on the basic concepts of
assessment and the development of
assessment tools to improve the teaching
and learning process
• Focuses on the statistical tools needed in
describing the performance of students in
any assessment endeavors
• The book is divided into two parts:
– 1st Part: A brief discussion on the
differentypes of constructed tools was
provided. – 2nd Part: Serves as a reviewer
for those who will be taking the Licensure
Examination for Teachers (LET)
• Based on CMO 30, series of 2004 for Teacher
Education Curriculum, and on CMO 25, series
of 2005 for Engineering Courses and other
Science Programs
• Provides strong pedagogical aids such as
key words, chapter objectives, examples and
chapter exercises with complete solutions
• With multiple choice test items that serves
as reviewer for those who will take the Board
Examination
• Covers various elements of instructional
media: its history, principles, and
classifications
• Arranged according to the concreteness
of learning experiences, and how they are
selected, utilized and evaluated
• Introduces the production of modules and the
organization of educational media centers and
the use of computers in teaching
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Bachelor of Secondary Education (major
in Mathematics), Lyceum of Aparri-Aparri,
Cagayan
• Master of Arts in Education (major in
Mathematics), St. Paul University-Tuguegarao
City
• Currently pursuing doctorate in Educational
Management, Polytechnic University of the
Philippines
Chapter 2 Assessing
Learning Outcomes
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Bachelor of Secondary Education (major
in Mathematics), Lyceum of Aparri-Aparri,
Cagayan
• Master of Arts in Education (major in
Mathematics), St. Paul University-Tuguegarao
City
• Currently pursuing doctorate in Educational
Management, Polytechnic University of the
Philippines
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Overview of Learning
I: Utilization of
Assessment Data
2. Performance-Based
Assessment
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I
Chapter 1 Basic
Concepts in
Assessment
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chapter 5 Utilization of
Assessment Data
Chapter 6 Establishing
Validity and Reliability
of Tests
Chapter 7 Scoring Rubrics
Chapter 3 Development of
for Performance and
Classroom Assessment
Portfolio Assessment
Tools
Part II
Chapter 4 Administering,
Reviewer in
Analyzing, and
Assessment of Learning
Improving Tests
3. Assessment Affective
Learning Outcomes
4. Portfolio Assessment
5. Grading and Reporting
Systems
6. Assessment of Children
with Special Needs
Reviewer for Assessment
of Learning
• Bachelor of Secondary Education (major
in Mathematics, magna cum laude), 1995;
Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics,
1999, University of Eastern Philippines,
Catarman, Northern Samar
• Doctor of Education (major in Instructional
System and Resource Management),
University of San Jose-Recoletos, Cebu City,
2003
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
University of Eastern Philippines
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 The Scope of
11 Projected Media
Educational Technology 12 Motion Media
2 History of Educational
13 Display Media
Technology
14 Community Resources
3 Roles of Educational
15 Demonstrations
Technology
16 Dramatizations
4 Technology and
17 Contrived Experiences
Humanism
5 Classifying Instructional
Media
6 Selecting Instructional
Media
7 Printed Materials
8 Graphic Materials
9 Pictorial Media
18 Computers in
Education
19 Teaching with Modules
20 Using Media in
Teaching
21 The Educational Media
Center
10 Audio Media
27
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
Developmental Reading I
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 2
Developmental Reading II
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-5414-4
Field Study
©
2010
ISBN 978-971-23-5641-4
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6639-0
COMES WITH A
PROFESSOR’S KIT
• Ready-to-use
Slideshow Presentations
• Exercises with Answer Keys
DEVELOPMENTAL
READING 1
DEVELOPMENTAL
READING 2
Alejandro Bernardo
FIELD STUDY 1: THE
LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT
& ENVIRONMENT
Flordeliza Buendicho
June P. Salana
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Designed for university students, this book
strives to develop comprehension skills
that students need to acquire conceptual
knowledge in various disciplines
• Offers a wealth of helpful reading strategies
and techniques, including critical and
analytical skills
• With up-to-date and relevant readings
• Composed of 4 modules with exercises to
monitor comprehension
• Based on an interactive reading model that
emphasizes reading in order to learn
• Includes samples of instructional materials
and learning activities
• Field Study 1 is designed to help the Field
Study students verify the behavior of the
child in the actual learning environment
• Designed to recognize appropriate
approaches to facilitate learning considering
the learner’s different phases of development
and social environment
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Member, Faculty of Arts and Letters,
University of Santo Tomas
• Bachelor in Secondary Education, Master
of Arts in Education (major in English),
University of Regina Carmeli (URC), Malolos
City
• Finishing his PH.D in English Language
Studies, University of Santo Tomas
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Reading Process
2. The Significance of
Reading
3. Factors Affecting
Reading Power
4. Developmental Reading
Stages
5. Developmental Reading
Program
6. Reading Models
7. Comprehension
and Levels of
Comprehension
8. Comprehension
Strategies
9. Expanding Your
Vocabulary
10. Analyzing Roots
11. Building Vocabulary
through Affixes
12. Building Vocabulary
through Antonyms
13. Building Vocabulary
through Synonyms
14.Building Vocabulary
through Context Clues
15. Understanding
Idiomatic Expressions
28
16. Skimming and
Scanning
17. Reading Techniques
– SQ3R
18. Noting Details
19. Identifying Topics,
Main Ideas, and
Supporting Details
20. Making Inferences
21. Drawing Conclusions
22. Summarizing
23. Critical Thinking and
Reading
24. Recognizing Author’s
Purpose and Point of
View
25. Identifying Arguments
26. Content Area Reading
27. Reading Expository
Texts
28. Reading Essays
29. Figurative Languages
30. Identifying Author’s
Tone
31. Reading Poetry
32. Reading Short Stories
33. Reading Graphs,
Charts, and Tables
• Master of Arts in Education, Ateneo de Davao
University
• International Golden Award Honoree,
International Research and Communication
Center, Inc., 2005
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. A Review of
3. The Four-Pronged
Developmental Reading
Approach in Reading
1
Instruction
2. Theories of Reading
Instruction
4. Teaching Grammar
and Stages of Oral
Language
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Students’ Expected
Outcomes
Read! Multiple Metaphors
for Learning
Field Experience
Theories of Individual
Differences
Field Studies and Applied
Curriculum Tasks
Social Dimension of
Education
Defining Learning Style
Cognition: How Do I Know
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 2
Field Study
SY 2015-2016
Field Study
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6640-6
Field Study
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6641-3
FIELD STUDY 2: EXPERIENCING FIELD STUDY 3:
THE TEACHING/ LEARNING
TECHNOLOGY IN THE
PROCESS
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
June P. Salana
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6642-0
FIELD STUDY 4: EXPLORING
THE CURRICULUM
June P. Salana
June P. Salana
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Field Study 2 is designed to record the
application of teaching theories and
principles in the learning, environment,
to help students verify the cognitive,
metacognitive, individual differences and
motivational factors that influence the
acquisitions of knowledge
• Contains added learning tasks, instructional
materials and assessment tools
•
• Field Study 4 allows students to apply and
verify knowledge gained on curriculum
development through exposure to the
existing curriculum
• Provides insights to students on how the
curriculum can be effectively implemented.
It is also anchored on the professional
educational subject, Curriculum
Development
•
Field Study 3 is designed to enrich the
students’ experiences in developing
and utilizing appropriate technology to
facilitate learning
Provides exposure and hands on
opportunities in the use of information
and communication technology (ICT) in
teaching
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Students’ Expected
Outcomes
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Students’ Expected
Outcomes
for Learning
Teaching Portfolios
Read! Multiple Metaphors Commentary
Learning Through
Technology
Mode
Technology that Enhances
Verbal-Linguistics
Intelligence
New Ways of Learning
Using Technology
Patterning
The Multimedia Project in
the Classroom
Manipulatives
The Multimedia-Oriented
Problem-Based
Learning Curriculum
Pattern Blocks
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Student’s Expected
Outcomes
Field Studies
Introduction
Metacognitive Strategies
Curriculum Development
Task Card Puzzles
Junk Drawer
Manipulatives
29
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 2
Field Study
SY 2015-2016
Field Study
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6643-7
FIELD STUDY 5: LEARNING
ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES
©
2013
ISBN 978-971-23-6644-4
FIELD STUDY 6: ON
BECOMING A TEACHER
June P. Salana
June P. Salana
SALIENT FEATURES
SALIENT FEATURES
• Field Study 5 allows the students to
have hands-on experiences in selecting,
constructing, and evaluating conventional,
authentic and alternative assessment tools
used in the learning environment based on
the principles of testing
• Field Study 6 is designed to complement the
professional education subject, the teaching
profession. It relates real life experiences of a
teacher as a person and as a professional
• Provides a wide array of opportunities for
self-reflection that would prepare one to
become a student teacher
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
• Doctor of Philosophy in Education (major in
Educational Management), Xavier University,
Cagayan de Oro City
• Current Dean of the College of Education,
Capitol University and Program Director (TIP),
DepEd Region X
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Students’ Expected
Outcomes
Read! Assessment History
Overview
Read! What Is Authentic
Assessment
Assessment Terminology
and Definitions
Why Are We Doing
Assessment
Some Commonly Used
Means of Assessment
for Courses and
Programs
Principles of Assessment
Model Criteria
Assessment
Assessment Patterns
Methods of Collecting
Feedback
Shadowing
Questionnaires
Assessment
Assessment Tasks
Assessment Tools
Steps in the Design of
Scoring Rubrics
Exhibitions
Sample Classroom
Exhibitions
Product-Oriented
30
Assessment
Process-Oriented
Performance
Secondary Thoughts
Evaluating ProductOriented Evaluation
Process-Oriented
Evaluation
Sample Affective
Assessment
Scoring
Conditions of Assessment
Validity Defense
Reliability Assessment
Affective Learning
Competencies
Assessment Tools
Skills Assessment
Methods of Assessment
Principles of Assessment
Enriched Information
about Assessment
Sentence Completion Test
Data Analysis, Validity and
Reliability
The Origin of the Likert
Scales
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Students’ Expected
Outcomes
Reflection 2. The Teacher
and the Classroom
Revitalizing the Teaching
Profession
Accountability of the
Teacher
The Teacher
Professional Disposition
Professional Growths and
Development
Summary of Sources
Gathered in the
Innovation of Teaching
Achieving Excellence
in Global Education:
A Challenge and
Opportunity for the
Teaching Profession
Being a Teacher Is a
Lifelong, Career-Long
and Career Wide
Learning Process
Impediments to
Professionalism in
Teaching
Reflection 1. The Teacher
as a Person
Series of Events Chain
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2008
337
978-971-23-5100-6
Professor’s Kit
33
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TEACH
THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-TS-00021
Developmental Characteristics of Young Children
Estrada
2011
542
978-971-23-5917-0
Professor’s Kit
04-PS-00024
Child and Adolescent Development
Acero et al
2008
257
978-971-23-5048-1
04-PS-00021
Human Growth Development and Learning
Acero et al
2004
350
971-23-3911-4
TEACH
THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
FACILITATING LEARNING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-TS-00004
Facilitating Human Learning
Aquino
2009
579
978-971-23-5355-0
TEACH
ITEM CODE
04-TS-00029
THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
TITLE
AUTHOR
Social Dimensions of Education
TEACH
Tamayao
COPYRIGHT
2013
REMARKS
SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF EDUCATION
PRICE
438
ISBN
REMARKS
978-971-23-6634-5
OBE Teaching
Guide
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-TS-00003
Handbook on Principles of Teaching I
Casinto
2009
295
978-971-23-5353-6
04-ED-00022
Principles of Teaching I
Acero et al
2007
230
978-971-23-4736-8
04-TS-00019
Handbook on Principles of Teaching II
Casinto
2010
339
978-971-23-5769-5
TEACH
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
REMARKS
ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-TS-00038
Assessment of Student Learning I
Buendicho
2013
289
978-971-23-6646-8
04-TS-00026
Assessment of Learning I
Gabuyo
2012
522
978-971-23-6166-1
Professor’s Kit
OBE Teaching
Guide
04-TS-00023
Assessment of Student Learning I
Calmorin
2011
365
978-971-23-5919-4
Professor’s Kit
04-TS-00028
Assessment of Learning II
Gabuyo
et al
2013
317
978-971-23-6500-3
OBE Teaching
Guide
04-TS-00024
Assessment of Student Learning II
Calmorin
2011
445
978-971-23-5920-0
TEACH
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
REMARKS
EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-TS-00027
Basic Concepts in Educational Technology I
Ballado
2012
249
978-971-23-6255-2
Professor’s Kit
TEACH
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 1
DEVELOPMENTAL READING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-TS-00036
Developmental Reading 1
Bernardo
2013
641
978-971-23-5414-4
Professor’s Kit
04-TS-00013
Developmental Reading 2
Buendicho
2010
295
978-971-23-5641-4
TEACH
METHODS AND STRATEGIES 2
FIELD STUDY
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-TS-00030
Field Study 1: The Learner's Development &
Environment
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6639-0
04-TS-00031
Field Study 2: Experiencing the Teaching/Learning
Process
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6640-6
04-TS-00032
Field Study 3: Technology in the Learning
Environment
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6641-3
04-TS-00033
Field Study 4: Exploring the Curriculum
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6642-0
04-TS-00034
Field Study 5: Learning Assessment Strategies
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6643-7
04-TS-00035
Field Study 6: On Becoming A Teacher
Salana
2013
210
978-971-23-6644-4
34
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TEACH
OTHER TEACH TITLES
EDUCATION
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-TS-00006
Whole Brain Literacy Learning to Read/Reading to Learn
Intia et al
2013
250
978-971-23-5495-3
04-TS-00025
Creative Arts, Music and Drama for Young Children
Alcodia
2012
365
978-971-23-6131-9
04-TS-00022
Assessing the Behavior of Young Children
Monserrate
2011
469
978-971-23-5911-8
04-TS-00020
Handbook on asking Question
Garcia
2011
364
978-971-23-5785-5
04-TS-00017
How to Teach the Filipino Preschool
Leviste
2010
352
978-971-23-5729-9
04-TS-00016
Managing Preschool Program
Pabalan
2010
364
978-971-23-5710-7
04-TS-00015
Enhancing Creativity Among Filipino Children
Pabalan
2010
245
978-971-23-5673-5
04-TS-00018
Classroom Experiences with Young Children
Leviste
2010
282
978-971-23-5728-2
04-TS-00005
Managing Children w/ Special Needs
(Learning Disability, ADHD, Autism)
MAPSA
2009
512
978-971-23-5490-8
04-ED-00025
Student Teaching Worktext
Atienza et al
2007
384
978-971-23-4865-5
04-ED-00023
Introduction to Special Education
Inciong
2007
452
978-971-23-4806
04-ED-00019
Strategic Planning in Education
Miclat
2005
507
971-23-3967-X
04-PH-00017
Social Philosophy: Foundations of Values Education
Tiempo
2005
212
971-23-4003-1
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ENGLISH
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-EB-00056
Improving Students Study Skills and Reading or
Thinking Strategies
Baraceros
2014
399
978-971-23-6727-4
04-EB-00055
English Grammar for College Freshmen
Baraceros
2013
353
978-971-23-6491-4
04-EB-00054
Reading to Think, Thinking To Write
Barrot
2012
532
978-971-23-6441-9
04-EB-00053
Grammar First
(A communicative way of learning Grammar)
Barrot
2011
510
978-971-23-6002-2
04-EB-00052
Technical Writing
Baraceros
2011
486
978-971-23-5933-0
04-EB-00050
English Plus
Buendicho
2010
339
978-971-23-5686-5
04-EB-00047
English 4: Oral Communication in Context
Baraceros et al
2010
400
978-971-23-5416-8
04-EB-00049
Enhancing Reading and Writing
Cabagui
2010
230
978-971-23-5579-0
04-EB-00045
Improving Grammar Skills and More
Robles et al
2009
275
978-971-23-5259-1
04-EB-00043
English 1: Introduction to College English
Baraceros
2009
345
978-971-23-5313-0
04-EB-00046
Self-Instructional Modules for College English
Comm'n. Arts I
Dizon
2009
384
978-971-23-5322-2
04-EB-00048
Competence in College English
De Gracia
2009
193
978-971-23-5489-2
04-EB-00042
English 2: Reading and Thinking Skills for
Academic Study
Baraceros
2008
256
978-971-23-5243-0
04-EB-00041
TEST: Total English Skills Training
METC
2008
270
978-971-23-5127-3
04-EB-00032
English Plus
Baraceros
2005
221
971-23-4209-3
04-EB-00027
Study Skills in English for a Changing World
Flores, et al
2001
333
971-23-3225-X
GENERAL EDUCATION
REMARKS
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
REMARKS
Professor’s Kit
ECONOMICS
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-EC-00025
Introductory Macroeconomics
Pagoso et al
2013
463
978-971-236645-1
Professor’s Kit
04-EC-00023
Manual for Economics with Work Exercises
Silon, et al
2009
257
978-971-23-5320-8
04-EC-00021
Health Economics in the Philippine Context
Gabay et al
2008
470
978-971-23-5023-8
04-EC-00022
Principles of Economics
Pagoso et al
2008
531
978-971-23-5064-1
04-EC-00017
Labor Economics
Pagoso et al
2006
476
971-23-4458-4
04-EC-00026
Introductory Microeconomics
Pagoso et al
2014
399
978-971-23-6735-9
04-EC-00016
Principles of Economics
Medina
2003
364
971-23-3610-7
35
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GENERAL EDUCATION
ITEM CODE
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
TITLE
AUTHOR
HUMANITIES
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-HB-00007
Introduction to the Humanties
Sanchez et al
2012
336
no ISBN
04-HB-00005
Humanities and the Digital Arts
Bascara et al
2006
285
978-971-23-4628-6
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
TITLE
04-LT-00015
World Literature (Literary Gems of the East and West)
Reyes
2011
453
978-971-23-5923-1
04-LT-00014
The Literatures of the Philippines Rev. Ed.
Lacia et al
2008
531
978-971-23-5102-0
04-LT-00013
Literatures of the World
Sialongo et al
2007
428
978-971-23-4719-1
04-LT-00012
Treasures of Philippine Regional Literatures
Viar et al
2006
293
971-23-4489-4
04-LT-00010
The Literatures of the World
Lacia et al
2003
350
971-23-3604-2
GENERAL EDUCATION
AUTHOR
LITERATURE
ITEM CODE
REMARKS
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
MATHEMATICS
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-MB-00060
Plane Trigonometry
Carpio et al
2014
268
978-971-23-6822-6
04-MB-00059
Analytic Geometry
Gabuyo
2013
424
978-971-236-501-0
04-MB-00054
College Algebra with Computer Applications
Y. Gabuyo
2011
573
978-971-23-5918-7
04-MB-00056
Plane Trigonometry ( A Modern Approach)
Mejia et al
2011
460
978-971-23-6132-6
04-MB-00051
College Algebra
Salazar
2010
557
978-971-23-5671-1
04-MB-00046
Basic Calculus
Marcelo
2009
538
978-971-23-5253-9
04-MB-00047
Statistics with Computer
Calmorin et al
2009
563
978-971-23-5315-4
04-MB-00048
Introduction to College Algebra
Montaña et al
2009
257
978-971-23-5287-4
04-MB-00040
Basic Statistics for the Tertiary Level
Albert et al
2008
365
978-971-23-4924-9
04-AL-00001
College Algebra
Young et al
2006
503
971-23-4470-3
04-MB-00034
Basic Mathematics for College Students
Benigno
2006
399
971-23-4423-1
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
04-PH-00030
04-PL-00005
Philosophy of Man: The Existential Drama
Maboloc
Elements of Logic
Maboloc et al
04-PL-00004
Teaching and Learning Logic
04-PH-00028
Introduction to Philosophy
04-PH-00029
Ethics and Human Dignity
04-PH-00025
The Experience of Philosophy
PHILOSOPHY / ETHICS AND LOGIC
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
2013
294
978-971-23-5478-6
2012
290
978-971-23-6232-3
Joven
2011
573
978-971-23-5642-1
Ramos
2010
492
978-971-23-5663-6
Maboloc et al
2010
295
978-971-23-5685-8
Articulo
2008
512
978-971-23-5065-8
04-PH-00021
Philosophy of Man for Nursing
Padilla
2006
330
971-23-4505-X
04-PL-00002
Logic for Nursing Students and Professionals
Rivas et al
2006
387
978-971-23-4665-1
04-PH-00016
Reasoning for the Reasonable An Intro. to Logic & Critical Thinking
Fronda
2005
341
971-23-3990-4
04-PH-00017
Social Philosophy: Foundations of Values Education
Tiempo
2005
212
971-23-4003-1
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-PE-00013
Physical Fitness for College Freshmen
Oyco
2007
263
978-971-23-4694-1
06-PE-00001
Dance Education in the School Curriculum
Andin et al
2004
209
971-23-3910-6
36
Professor’s Kit
REMARKS
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GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
POLITICAL SCIENCE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-LB-00209
Textbook on the Philippine Constitution
De Leon
2014
546
978-971-236729-8
04-PO-00011
Student's Manual on the Constitution
De Leon
2014
574
978-971-23-6768-7
04-LB-00207
Constitution Made Simple
De Leon
2013
595
978-971-23-6457-0
04-PO-00009
Introduction to Political Science
Lazo
2013
515
978-971-23-6239-2
04-SS-00015
Aklat-Aralin sa Bagong Konstitusyon
De Leon
2012
1656
978-971-23-6241-5
04-PO-00008
Principles and Practices of Public Administration
in the Philippines
Lazo
2011
445
978-971-23-5847-0
04-PO-00005
Politics, Governance & Philippines Constitution
Rivas
2010
435
978-971-23-5639-1
04-PO-00006
Politics and Governance (History and Constitution)
Costales
2010
583
978-971-23-5666-7
04-PO-00003
The Philippine Governance and the 1987 Constitution
Lazo
2009
579
978-971-23-5252-2
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
POLITICAL SCIENCE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-LB-00209
Textbook on the Philippine Constitution
De Leon
2014
546
978-971-236729-8
04-PO-00011
Student's Manual on the Constitution
De Leon
2014
574
978-971-23-6768-7
04-LB-00207
Constitution Made Simple
De Leon
2013
595
978-971-23-6457-0
04-PO-00009
Introduction to Political Science
Lazo
2013
515
978-971-23-6239-2
04-SS-00015
Aklat-Aralin sa Bagong Konstitusyon
De Leon
2012
1656
978-971-23-6241-5
04-PO-00008
Principles and Practices of Public Administration
in the Philippines
Lazo
2011
445
978-971-23-5847-0
04-PO-00005
Politics, Governance & Philippines Constitution
Rivas
2010
435
978-971-23-5639-1
04-PO-00006
Politics and Governance (History and Constitution)
Costales
2010
583
978-971-23-5666-7
04-PO-00003
The Philippine Governance and the 1987 Constitution
Lazo
2009
579
978-971-23-5252-2
PRICE
ISBN
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
REMARKS
PSYCHOLOGY
04-PS-00027
Understanding Human Behavior
Rodriguez
2009
470
978-971-23-5244-7
04-PS-00028
Group Dynamics
Tria et al
2009
300
978-971-23-5325-3
04-PS-00024
Child and Adolescent Development
Acero et al
2008
257
978-971-23-5048-1
04-PS-00025
Abnormal Psychology
Beltran
2008
369
978-971-23-5072-6
04-PS-00023
General Psychology with Values
Sevilla et al
2006
572
978-971-23-4586-9
04-PS-00019
Introduction to Psychology Understanding
Human Behavior
Arenas
2004
639
971-23-3827-4
04-PS-00020
General Psychology
Gines et al
2003
567
971-23-3782-0
04-PS-00018
General Psychology
Sanchez et al
2002
374
971-23-3524-0
04-PS-00016
Developmental Psychology
Gines, et al
1998
350
971-23-2463-X
GENERAL EDUCATION
REMARKS
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
REMARKS
READING/WRITING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
REMARKS
04-TS-00036
Developmental Reading 1
Bernardo
2013
641
978-971-23-5414-4
Professor’s Kit
04-EB-00054
Reading to Think, Thinking To Write
Barrot
2012
532
978-971-23-6441-9
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
RESEARCH / THESIS WRITING
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
04-RH-00008
Rudiments of Qualitative Research Designs and Analyses
Sampa
2012
282
978-971-23-6231-6
04-RS-00012
Tips & Techniques in Writing Research
Sarno
2010
270
978-971-23-5544-8
04-RS-00013
Thesis Writing Primer
Belen
2010
193
978-971-23-5684-1
04-RH-00007
Methods of Research: A Primer
Adanza et al
2009
404
978-971-23-5319-2
04-RH-00006
Research Methods and Thesis Writing
Calmorin et al
2007
457
978-971-23-4927-0
04-FB-00085
Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik
Galang et al
2007
317
978-971-23-4720-7
04-RH-00005
Principles and Methods of Research
Ariola
2006
434
978-971-23-4548-7
06-MB-00001
Statistics for Research
Subong et al
2005
362
971-23-4311-1
REMARKS
37
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RIZAL
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-RZ-00008
Rizal, The Greatest Filipino Hero
Purino
2014
349
978-971-23-6728-1
04-RZ-00007
Jose Rizal: Social Reformer and Patriot
De Viana et al
2011
365
978-971-23-6050-3
06-RZ-00002
Dr. Jose Rizal & the Writing of His story
Valdez et al
2007
470
978-971-23-4868-6
PRICE
ISBN
GENERAL EDUCATION
ITEM CODE
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
COPYRIGHT
SCIENCE
TITLE
AUTHOR
04-SB-00025
Fundamentals of Biology
Formacion et al
2011
517
978-971-23-5921-7
04-SB-00024
Mechanics: A Modular Approach
Vivo
2010
448
978-971-23-5676-6
04-SB-00023
College Physics
Bantilan et al
2009
282
978-971-23-5324-6
04-SB-00021
Laboratory Manual in Biology
Melchor et al
2008
143
978-971-23-5022-1
06-SB-00001
Introduction to Biology
Melchor
2007
224
978-971-23-4873-0
04-SB-00018
Essentials of Physical Science
Malenab et al
2006
454
971-23-4471-1
04-SB-00016
Earth Science
Braganza
2005
348
971-23-3938-6
04-SB-00014
Biology the Science of Life
Agravante
2002
364
971-23-3520-8
06-RM-00930
Environmental Science
Santiago
1996
272
971-23-2026-X
GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
Society and Culture in a Challenging World
Baliao et al
2011
360
978-971-23-5910-1
04-SS-00014
The Philippines (A Story of a Nation)
De Viana
2011
393
978-971-23-6048-0
04-SS-00010
Philippine History
Halili
2010
390
978-971-23-5636-0
04-SS-00012
A Study Guide in Philippine History
Funtecha et al
2010
448
978-971-23-5681-0
04-SS-00009
Struggle for Freedom
Duka
2008
576
978-971-23-5045-0
04-SG-00001
World Geography Revised Ed.
Duka
2007
261
978-971-23-4696-5
04-SS-00008
Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology
Palispis
2007
345
978-971-23-4875-4
04-SS-00004
Introduction to Asia, History, Culture, and Civilization
Irapta
2005
300
971-23-3987-4
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
Speak Successfully
Barrot
2011
476
978-971-23-6098-5
04-SP-00011
Elements of Public Speaking
Gupit
2011
521
978-971-23-5990-3
04-SP-00008
Fundamentals of Speech Communication
Abulencia et al
2009
359
978-971-23-5314-7
04-SP-00009
Advanced Speech Communication
Dela Cruz et al
2009
448
978-971-23-5317-8
04-SP-00010
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Abulencia
2009
323
978-971-23-5357-4
04-EB-00029
Private and Public Speaking
Carpio et al
2003
423
971-23-3603-4
04-EB-00016
Hit the Podium! Getting Started in Debate
Malaya et al
1999
435
971-23-2778-7
PRICE
ISBN
ITEM CODE
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
REMARKS
REMARKS
SPEECH
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
04-SP-00012
Speak Successfully
Barrot
2011
476
978-971-23-6098-5
04-SP-00011
Elements of Public Speaking
Gupit
2011
521
978-971-23-5990-3
04-SP-00008
Fundamentals of Speech Communication
Abulencia et al
2009
359
978-971-23-5314-7
04-SP-00009
Advanced Speech Communication
Dela Cruz et al
2009
448
978-971-23-5317-8
04-SP-00010
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Abulencia
2009
323
978-971-23-5357-4
04-EB-00029
Private and Public Speaking
Carpio et al
2003
423
971-23-3603-4
04-EB-00016
Hit the Podium! Getting Started in Debate
Malaya et al
1999
435
971-23-2778-7
38
Professor’s Kit
SPEECH
04-SP-00012
GENERAL EDUCATION
REMARKS
SOCIAL SCIENCE
04-SS-00013
GENERAL EDUCATION
REMARKS
REMARKS
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GENERAL EDUCATION
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
STATISTICS
ITEM CODE
TITLE
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
PRICE
ISBN
04-ST-00007
Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications
Altares et al
2012
487
978-971-23-6094-7
04-ST-00005
Statistics (Based on CMO 03 series 2007)
Arao et al
2010
500
978-971-23-5682-7
04-ST-00003
Lab Manual in Statistics 1
Nalangan
2009
225
978-971-23-5413-7
04-ST-00002
Statistics Made Simple for Researchers
Asaad
2008
257
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2007
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2007
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