Monthly Archives: January, 2015

PHIHIS 1: READINGS IN RIZAL COURSE IN ENGLISH (Updated everytime)

Module 1:

Rizal Law Readings

At the photocopier:  Gottschalk

Module 2:

At the photocopier:  Chapters on Spanish Colonialism from “A History of the Philippines” by Luis Francia

Module 3:

REPORTING MECHANICS:  Click to view, everyone should read the readings even if they are not the reporters.  Each group should only have one to two reporters and should report within twenty minutes with power point guide.

The aims of the module are three-fold:

  1.  Interesting lessons from his life.
  2. His nationalist ideas based on his works and writings, its limitations and uses.
  3. How he wanted to strengthen that idea of nation based on studying history.

EVERYONE READ THIS FIRST:

General overview of Rizal’s Life Lessons: Xiao’s Rizal Lecture The First Emotelegrafo-electricidad-y-poste-de-luz

Group 1: Ikehata Setsuho – Rizal and the Making of National Consciousness (Only introduction, part 1 and 2, pp. 176-185, but you should read the whole thing to understand your points.  Reporters must identify each Rizal works and the message pointing out to being a nation based on the essay.)

Supplement for group 1:  Ambeth Ocampo – Rizal’s Morga and Views of Philippine History

Group 2:  Ikehata Setsuho – Rizal and the Making of National Consciousness (Part 3, 4 and 5, pp. 185-192, but you should read the whole thing to understand your points.  Reporters must identify each Rizal works and the message pointing out to being a nation based on the essay.)

Group 3:  Floro Quibuyen – Rizal and the 21st Century

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Last discussion:

Mendoza – Pantayong Pananaw (English), focus on the part that is entitled PANTAYONG PANANAW, don’t read the whole essay

Interesting discourse:  Rizal’s Revolutionary Ideas and the Philippine Revolution

Renato Constantino – Veneration Without Understanding

Floro Quibuyen – Rizal and the Revolution

Jose Victor Torres – A La Juventud Filibusteros

Interesting discourse:  Andres Bonifacio

Guerrero – Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution

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Primary sources:

Rizal – Liham Sa Kababaihan ng Malolos (Letter to the Women of Malolos, w English version)

Rizal – Sa Katamaran ng mga Pilipino (Indolence of the Filipino, w English version)

Rizal – Ang Pilipinas Sa Loob ng Sandaang Taon (English) (The Philippines Within a Century)

Rizal – Liga, Brindis, Manifesto

Rizal – Poems 1

Rizal – Poems 2 Mi Ultimo Adios

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SUPPLEMENT FOR RIZAL’S VIEW OF HISTORY IN THE ANNOTATIONS TO MORGA’S “SUCESOS”

Chua – Manunggul Jar (English Ancient Filipinos)

Chua – Banga Bangka Bangkay (Sinaunang Pilipino)