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GROUP IV (I-5)

WHAT IS COOPERATION?

Our existence as part of human


society has made it easier for us to
acquire the necessities of life. It is said
that everyone is born with a mission in
life and with certain talents that God has
endowed him in order to contribute to
the well being of mankind. Each of us
then has a role to play in making this
world a better place to live in. It is,
therefore, important that in the
performance of our role, our attitudes,
actions, and behaviour should harmonize
with those of other and this is what we
call cooperation.

Many things in this world have


been accomplished through
cooperation. Men and women have
succeeded in Science, in business,
and in war through cooperation.
Modern medicine would not have
been what it is if medical experts
have not composed notes in their
researches. Industrial and business
firms would not be what they are now
if not for the cooperation of their
production, sales, labor, and
management personnel.

On the other hand, there are


instances where progress has
been retarded or an undertaking
failed due to lack of cooperation.
Communities where resident do
not cooperate in observing laws
on waste management are dirty
and health hazards. Athletic teams
composed of good athletes have
lost their games because of
uncooperative members.

Cooperation, therefore, is
essential not only in promoting
ones own personal welfare but
also the general welfare and
interest of the going to which he
belongs.

WHAT ARE THE MOTIVES OF COOPERATION?


1. Love
2. Understanding
3. Mutual Confidence in
ourselves
and
4. The spirit
of leaders
brotherhood

People dont care ho


much you know,
until they kno
how much you care.
-John

Maxwell

HOW CAN COOPERATION BE PRACTICED IN


SCHOOL ACTIVITIES?

While in school, you may be


called upon to play a part in school
program and to participate in athletic
games and other activities. As a
member of a school organization, the
gestures of cooperation you can show
are to attend meetings promptly,
participate in their discussion, accept
whatever assignments may be given
to you, and do your part well.

It is also interesting that while you are


in school, you and your classmates can
pool your money and use it to start a
small business that can provide your
common needs of goods and services.
You not only learn to work together but
also help each other in solving your
problems. You will then learn to manage
your time wisely, plan for the future,
become creative, and make good use of
available resources.

Cooperation in learning among


students has been proven effective
in facilitating learning. When
classmates or peers help each
other in understanding lessons or
doing assignments or projects,
students dont feel as heavily
burdened as when each does the
lesson and assignment only on his
own. Learning cooperatively is a
way of expressing true
brotherhood.

The Cooperative Code of the Philippines or


Republic Act 6938 provides for the
organization of Laboratory Cooperatives
intended for the young citizens of the
community below 18 years old to bond
themselves together to practice the
values of unity, cooperation, respect for
each others rights and dignity,
understanding needs and problems and
towards learning to earn money while
studying together by putting up a
common and shared business. This
becomes a real laboratory in business
cooperation among youth.

HOW CAN A LABORATORY OR YOUTH


COOPERATIVE IN SCHOOL OR IN THE
COMMUNITY BE ORGANIZED?

There has to be a mother or a


guiding cooperative already operating
in school or in the community that
assists the laboratory or youth
cooperative. At least fifteen (15)
individuals among the students or
youth meet and form the core
membership of the cooperative. They
hold a pre-membership seminar on the
basic philosophy on cooperatives,
requirements for membership, duties
and responsibilities, and undertaking
an income-generating project.

WHAT IS A COOPERATIVE?

Voluntarily
joined
together

Socioeconomic
end

Common
bond of
interest

Association
of persons

Risks and
benefits

Cooperative

Cooperative
principles

WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES OF


COOPERATIVES?

1. Open & voluntary partnership


2. Democratic control
3. Limited interest on share capital
4. Division of net surplus
5. Continuous education
6. Cooperation among cooperatives
7. Concern for the community

WHAT ARE THE COOPERATIVE PRACTICES?

1. Capital Formation
2. Cash Trading
3. Selling at Market Price
4. Constant Expansion
5. Quality- standardized goods/ services
6. Coop Wholesaling or Inter-lending
7. Minimize Expenditures

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF COOPERATIVE?

1. Credit Cooperative

w/c promotes thrift among its members and


creates funds to grant loans for productive and
provident purposes

2. Consumers Cooperative

w/c procures and distributes commodities


among on or non-member

3. Producers Cooperative

Undertakes joint production whether agricultural or


industrial
4. Marketing Cooperative

Engages in the supply of production inputs to members markets


than products

5. Service Cooperative

Engages in medical and dental-care,


hospitalization, insurance, housing, labor, electric
light and power, communication and other
services

6. Multipurpose Cooperative

Combines 2 or more of the business activities of


the different types of cooperatives

for listening

Members:
Jhun Mar Rosaroso
Lory Ann Rodrigueza
Riane Audrey Ricafrente
Reden Reyes
Roseville Relova
Christine Jane Ramos
Pauline Punzalan
Apple Pedrablanca
Kaye Palacios
Anna Paraon