HISTCIV 1st Term, AY 2017-2018 EXAM REVIEWERS

A52

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 4a Judaism and Christianity

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 4b Islamic Civilization

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 5a Ancient Greece

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 5b Ancient Rome

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 6a Renaissance

HistCiv 17-18 A A52 Group 6b Revolutions

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PHA and Gabay Saysay Documents Bank

PHA International Conference 2015 Tentative Program as May 18

PHA International Conference Registration Form

PHA International Conference Invitation Kit

CHED MEMO – PHA INTL CONF PDF

PHA Membership Mechanics

PHA MEMBERSHIP FORM 2015

Hotels for PHA 2016 International Conference

finalgeninfo & regform gabaysaysay

Kasaysayan ng PP at BAKAS_2015 UST

PHA-DAVAO-CONFERENCE-INVITATION (Information and Registration Form)

PHA Resoluton Magdalena Leones final

 

PHA 2016 Souvenir Program

PHA Balita 2016

CHUA HISTCIV and KASPIL1: The Grades (1st Term, 2017-2018)

Please check until 17 DECEMBER 2017, SUNDAY, 09:00 PM and after that the files here will be erased.  Read first the GRADING NOTES before reading the grades…  and before you complain.  LOL. No grade negotiation, only grade correction.

Grading notes:  KasPil 1 and HistCiv 17-18 A Grading Notes

Grades:

HistCiv 17-18 A Marka A52 (IDN 1st draft)

KasPil 1 17-18 A Marka A55 (IDN 1st draft)

KasPil 1 17-18 A Marka C34 (IDN 1st draft)

 

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XIAO TIME AT THE ONE SCHOOL (The Readings)

PHIHIS CLASS READINGS

I.  Bayan: Early Philippine Societies

Chua – Banga Bangka Bangkay (Sinaunang Pilipino)

Chua – Walking History – We Did Not Come from the Ita Indones nor Malay

Chua – Walking History – Bahay Austronesyano

Chua – Walking History – Death and [Our] Beginnings

Chua – Walking History – Gahum

Chua – Manunggul Jar (English Ancient Filipinos)

Abrera – Bangka Kaluluwa at Katutubong Panininwa

Ambrosio – BALATIK Katutubong Bituin ng mga Pilipino

Ambrosio – Stars of Philippine Skies (Inquirer)

Kunting – Hindi Juramentado Kundi Mujahid (Chua salin)

II.  The “Bayan” under Spain (1565-1807)

Chua – Hamon at Tugon (Spanish Conquest to Philippine Revolution)

III.  Haring Bayan:  The Formation of the Emerging Filipino Nation (1807-1913)

Xiao’s Rizal Lecture The First Emo

Chua – Si Pepe at si Andres

Chua – Haring Bayan – Si Andres Bonifacio at Ang Konseptong Pilipino ng Demokrasya

Guerrero – Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution

Chua – Bonifacio’s war strategy lives on in today’s insurgency

Chua – Bonifacio Unang Pangulo

IV.  The “Bayan” under America and Japan (1913-1946)

Chua – Tagumpay Filipino Veterans in WW2 (w English trans)

Chua – Mapalad Ang Inyong Mga Apo (w English trans)

Chua – Mga Doktor at Nars at ang Paggahasa sa Maynila 1945

V.  Sambayanan:  Continuing Story of Nation Building (1946-present)

Chua – Ang Ating Panahon

Chua – Tortyur Human Rights Violations During The Marcos Regime

Chua – Haring Bayan Democracy and People Power in the Philippines

Chua – Imelda Maynila

Chua – Ang Bahay ni Imelda

Chua – Ninoy Ang Trapo na Hero, Ang Hero na Naging Bayani

Chua – Ninoy Liwanag sa Dilim

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

Chua – Andres Bonifacio as the First President

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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)

THE FIRST PAPER ON BONIFACIO AS FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES 1994.

Andres Bonifacio, Kataas-taasang Pangulo ng Haring Bayang Katagalugan, ang unang pamahalaang pambansa sa Pilipinas

Andres Bonifacio, Kataas-taasang Pangulo ng Haring Bayang Katagalugan, ang unang pamahalaang pambansa sa Pilipinas

Download here:  Andres Bonifacio – Father of the Filipino Nation (First President)

Rare copy of the publication courtesy of Jojie Camacho, scanned by John Ray Ramos (Unang Pangulo secretariat).

For more updates and new primary documents, and also to sign the petition, pls click this link .

BONIFACIO: UNANG PANGULO | Unanimous City Council Resolutions from Cebu and Cotabato

Cebu Resolution on Bonifacio Unang Pangulo 13-1351-2013

Cotabato Resolution on Bonifacio Unang Pangulo

DOCUMENTS FOR THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HISTORICAL EDUCATION IN ASIA: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

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pha international conference announcement

pha international conference call for papers

SCRIPT OF FLORO QUIBUYEN’S BAYAN KO! Based on his book “A Nation Aborted”

Pls download original script with English translation:  Floro Quibuyen – Bayan Ko original publication Pilipinas Journal

Published in Pilipinas Journal, Issue # 37 (Dr. Paul Mathews, editor)

Pls download revised script for the UP Diliman performance 2006:  Floro Quibuyen – Bayan Ko revised script UP 2006

2006-03-10-162 Photo Call at Romulo Hall

“BAYAN KO” is a dramatic reading based on the book “A Nation Aborted: Rizal, American Hegemony and Philippine Nationalism” by Floro Quibuyen, made by the author himself.
The updated version was presented for the first time at the University of the Philippines Diliman by selected students of Kasaysayan 1 under Mr. Michael Charleston “Xiao” Chua of the UP Department of History on March 10, 2006 at the Bulwagang Sala’am of the Asian Center, Romulo Hall, UP Diliman.

The original script that was written in 2002 in consultation with Quibuyen’s PI 100 class at the University of the Philippines Visayas-Miagao, Iloilo. It was first presented, in the form of a choral reading directed by Quibuyen, as an intermission number in the Symposium on Globalization. The event, organized by Quibuyen’s Political Science 190 class, took place at the UPV College of Fisheries Auditorium on 20 February 2002, as part of the UPV College of Arts and Sciences activities during the Social Sciences Week. It was received with a standing ovation.

Intro by Quibuyen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovrhp…

The performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKuQb…

Open forum comments by Dr. Ramon “Bomen” Guillermo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5RtE…

HOT TOPIC: Order of the Knights of Rizal Petition to the Supreme Court Re: Torre de Manila

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Please download:  PETITION FINAL

The Order of the Knights of Rizal, a public corporation mandated under R.A. 646 to propagate the teachings, life and works of our National Hero, sought the intervention of the Supreme Court to stop the continuous construction of DMCI’s Torre de Manila Project. The Torre de Manila will surely destroy the scenic view of the Rizal monument, which serves as the symbol of our great race and unique image of our nation, as well as that of the Rizal Park. The monument is the identifying mark of our country’s irreplaceable greatness where all foreign dignitaries, state visitors and the like pay homage and offered respect thereof. The end objective is to eventually secure the demolition of the condominium project to clear the view of the Rizal monument and the Rizal Park for posterity, 12 September 2014.

Atty. Sir William L. Jasarino
Knights of Rizal Legal Counsel

Sir Michael Charleston Briones Chua, KCR
TWG / Spokesperson, International Order of the Knights of Rizal