5. Analyze functions of communities in terms of
structures, dynamics, and processes.
6. • develop/ affirm sense of shared identity and willingness to
contribute to the attainment of the common good
• recognize diversities in communities
• analyze functions of communities in terms structures,
dynamics, and processes
• compare and contrast typologies of communities
8. Typologies (e.g., formal-informal, ruralurban,
local-global, sectors, social spaces, etc.)
Elements a. Structures (e.g., sociopolitical,
economics, and cultural, etc.) b. Dynamics and
processes (e.g., community power, leadership,
relationships, social change)
9. The students will be grouped into three:
Group 1: Will show how community is composed.
Group 2: Will exhibit how do people in the community
act to one another. (dynamics)
Group 3: Will present how communities develop – as it
develop or influence a person. (processes)
10. Lesson 1: Societal Structures
• What are the structures inherent within societies?
• Who are the members of these social structures?
• How do these structures combine to form the community
environment we now know at present?
• Recognize diversities in communities.
11. Communities are composed of
multiple layers of people, groups,
and structures. As such they create a
network of parallel, intersecting,
overlapping, and diverging
interactions that, in its totality,
create the social miliu we have at
12. Social Structures
• Social Structures
• Political Structures
• Economic Structures
• Sociocultural Structures
• Technoligical Structures
• Environmental Structures
13. Social Structures
Collective consciousness- set of values that stem in individuals.
Social construction- an idea in society that we have conjured up as a
community and believe to be true, thus creating a pattern whcih we
agree upon and reinforce.
Social Structure- the interrelation of behaviors, roles, and statuses
which constitute a stable network of social interactions and relations.
15. Economic Structures
• Societies run on production and consumption. (market economy)
• the market is free to produce what to make, how to make it, and who
is it for. (laissez-faire) -which does not have any central group or or
institution that can determine the means of production and control
the market as a whole.
• Invisible hand- the unobservable market force that helps the
demand and supply of goods in a free market to reach equilibrium
16. Sociocultural Structures
• composed of various institutions, assembliesm ad actors.
• provide syntheses from multitude of discourses that create the
patterns of social norms.
Political, Cultural, Economic
17. Technoligical Structures
• advance critical thought and innovation as one of the most important
• because research is not in the priority of our government, the
development of local products has left local industries to survive on
18. Environmental Structures
• our communities have been at risk due to the most recent calamaities
brought about by climate and atrocious urban management.
• spearhead concerted effort to protect the environment and mitigate
the effects the effects of natural calamities and disasters.
• everybody's concern and it is the responsibility of each member of
• government institutions and communities were pressured to devise
measures and plans to lower ther risk of devastation.
20. • Structure- represented by the social heirarchies that are inherent
to each collective; social stauses and roles all are part of the social
system we are all in.
• Dynamics- actors are the individuals, civil society groups, pressure
groups, and movements who all contribute to the communities in the
creation of meaning; networks that provide cohesion ad order to our
• Process- capacity to understand and evaluate the multitudes of
casualities with different choices; when we do not fully nderstand
ourselves and what we are capable of, we resort to being the
apathetic victim to the big, bad society we have constructed for
21. Lesson 3: Societal Typologies
• Activity: Write the appropriate
typology of the picture given