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READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY
CHAPTER 1
GEC03
Evaluation:
Name deoxy
Year/Section___BSIT1_____________________________Date________
A. True or False. Write true if the statement is true. Otherwise, write false in
the space provided.
___True______1. History is the study of the past.
____True_____2. Historical sources that were not written should not be used
in
writing history.
____False_____3. The subject of historiography is history itself.
_____False____4. History has no use for the present, thus, the saying “past is
past” is true.
____True_____5.History is limited to the story of a hero versus a villain.
____True_____6. Only primary sources may be used in writing history.
____True_____7. There are three types of sources : primary ,secondary , and
tertiary sources.
___False______8. External criticism is done by examining the physical
characteristics of a source.
____True_____9. Internal criticism is done by looking at a source’s quality of
paper and type of ink, among others.
____False_____10. The historians are the only source of history.
B. What source? Read the following scenarios and classify the sources
discovered as primary and secondary and Tertiary. Write your answer in
the
space provided.
1. Jose was exploring the library in his new school in Manila. He wanted to
study the history of Calamba, Laguna during the nineteenth century . in one of
the books , he saw an old photograph of a woman standing in front of an old
church, clipped among the pages . At the back of the photo was a fine
inscription that says “ Kalamba ,19 de Junio 1861.
Is the photograph a primary, secondary or a tertiary source?
Answer: Primary source (5 pts)
2. Lorena was a new teacher of Araling Panlipunan in a small elementary
school
in Mauban , Quezon. Her colleagues gave her the new textbook that she
ought to use in class. Before the class started, Lorena studied the
textbook carefully. She noted that the authors used works by other
known historians in writing the textbook. She saw the bibliography 11
READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY
included Teodoro Agoncillo’s The Revolt of the Masses and the Fateful
Years : Japan’s Adventure in the Philippines,1941-45. She also saw that the
authors used Ma. Luisa Camagay’s Working Women of Manila During the 19th
Century and many Others.
Is the textbook a primary , secondary or tertiary source?
Answer: Secondary Source (5 pts)
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3. Gregoria loved to travel around the country. She liked bringing with her a
travel brochure that informs her of the different sites worth visiting in the area.
Her travel brochure was usually produced by the tourism department of the
province . It shows pictures of destinations visited by tourists and a few basic
information about the place like the origin of the name , the historical
significance of the place , and some other information acquired by the office’s
researchers and writers.
Is the travel brochure a primary, secondary or a tertiary?
Answer:Tertiary Source_(5pts)
4.
Old Newspaper
a. Primary
b. Secondary
c. Tertiary
Answer___b.Secondary ____( 5pts)
5.
Interview Manuscript
a. Primary
b. Secondary
c. Tertiary
Answer___a. Primary___(5pts)
C. Essay
Why is it important to study history?
History helps us understand change. It records and helps people understand successes and failures.
Through these studies people can learn about change and how others are affected it. It shows
patterns of behaviour or events in the past and their outcome which can help us avoid similar
outcomes in the future.
CHAPTER 2
Evaluation
Name________Deoxy________________________________
Course &Year _BSIT1____________________Section___________________
A. Answer the following:
5. What is the reason for the conflict between Magdalo and Magdiwang?
The Magdalo and Magdiwang due to lack of respect and territorial competition
prompting Mariano Alvarez to invite Bonifacio to Cavite and intercede.
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10. Who do you think is the better leader? Andres Bonifacio or Emilio Aguinaldo?Why?
Emilio Aguinaldo because he knows better strategy To defeat the enemy. But Andres
Bonifacio is very Courage and brave in battle
11.Based on the presentations of two accounts, which is accurate, reliable and
genuine? Why?
Based on what I have read and observe about the two presentations of two accounts, Teodoro
Agoncillo has an accurate, reliable and genuine presentations, it can be short but the thought is there,
it may be not have an exact detailed information but it give us the answers we are thinking while
reading the context.
B. Fill in the boxes below:
Primary Source vs. Secondary Source
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Categories
Primary Source Memoirs of a
General by Santiago Alvarez a.k.a
Gen. ApoySecond
Secondary Source
Revolt of the Masses by Teodoro
Agoncillo
Author's Background
Santiago Virata Alvarez, born on July 25,
1872 at Noveleta, Cavite, was a known
revolutionary general and a founder and
honorary president of the first
directorate of the Nacionalista Party.
Because of his inflamed bravery and his
dedication as commander of Cavite’s
famous battles, he was dubbed as
“Kidlat ng Apoy”. He was also celebrated
as the Hero of the Battle of Dalahican in
Cavite City, up to this day.
Teodoro Andal Agoncillo was born in
1912 at Lemery, Batangas. He was a
prominent 20th century historian.
Beside from being a historian, he was
also a literary writer. He was
considered as a very important
historian of our time.
Objective of the Author
Santiago Alvarez’s objective was to write
the book for the youth and to show the
different story about the revolution,
that would possibly used as a historical
account in the future
Despite that Santiago Alvarez has
already provided a source of historic
studies regarding the revolution,
Teodoro Agoncillo wanted to add what
happened before and after the Tejeros
Convention in order to hook the
present on to the past.
Data written or
published
Alvarez started his memoir on March 14,
1896 but was first published in 1920.
It was published in 1947
Mention of dates
March 27, 1897 Eyewitnesses
reported that a meeting
among the members of the
Magdalo took place at the
Tanza parish house.
March 25, 1897 the Tejeros
convention was held.
Mid-December 1896 Andres
Bonifacio and his family left
the mountains of Montalban
and Mariquina to visit the
Katipunan.
January 2, 1897 Andres
Bonifacio wrote a letter to
Mariano Alvarez after his
encounter with the Magdalo.
Mid-January 1897 Gunshots
had interrupted the fiesta of
San Francisco de Malabon
which led to aconflict
between Alvarez and Mariano
San Gabriel.
March 22, 1897 Aguinaldo
celebrated his birthday with a
battle with Spanish soldiers in
Salitran
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Mention of places
Parish house (Tanza) The
rumored place of meeting of
the Magdalo leaders.
San Francisco de Malabon
The location where the capital
was moved.
•Talisay (Batangas) Declared
under the Magdao
government.
•Nasugbu, Tuwi, and Look
(Batangas) Under the
Magdiwang government.
•San Francisco de Malabon
The location where the
capital was moved.
•Noveleta Where the capital
of Magdiwang was moved.
•Kawit Magdalo’s capital
before it fell.
•House of Juan Castañeda in
Imus Where Bonifacio was
brought by the rebel leaders.
• Estate house of Tejeros
Magdiwang territory.
Key Personalities
Andres Bonifacio
• Artemio Ricarte
•Jose Del Rosario
• Mariano TriAs
• Antonio Montenegro
• General Apoy
• Baldomero Aguinaldo
• Jacinto Lumbreras
• Daniel Tirona
•Emilio Aguinaldo
•Severino de las Alas
•MarianoTrias
•Mariano Alvarez
Andres Bonifacio
• Jacinto Lumbreras
• Emilio Aguinaldo
• Artemio Ricarte
• Severino de las Alas
• Antonio Montenegro
• General Apoy
• Baldomero Aguinaldo
• Jose Del Rosario
• Daniel Tirona
Sequencing of events
1.The assembly at Tejeros was
convened on March 25, 1897 and was
presided by Secretary Jacinto
Lumbreras.
2. The declaration of the agenda, which
is to discuss how to secure the areas
under the Magdiwang control, was
made and was immediately countered
by Severino de las Alas, who imposed
that the important matter that should
be tackled is the form of the
government the Katipunan should
have.
3.There was a debate whether to
change the form of government the
Katipunan had established or not.
4. A conflict between General Apoy and
Antonio Montenegro disrupted the
formality of the convention.
5. Conflict was immediately resolved
and the chairmanship of the meeting
was transferred to Supremo Andres
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Bonifacio.
6. Bonifacio proceeded with the
election of officials, stressing that the
person who gets most of the votes
must be declared and respected as
the winner, regardless of his state in
life.
7. A conflict between Andres Bonifacio
and Daniel Tirona was formed after
Bonifacio won the position for
Secretary of the Interior. Tirona went
against the initial agreement regarding
the majority votes which humiliated
Bonifacio.
8. Bonifacio declared the results of the
meeting null and void, which ended the
first day of the Tejeros Convention.
9. Baldomero Aguinaldo convinced
members of the Magdiwang to
reconvene the disrupted meeting for
the purpose of revalidate the
proceedings of the election and make
amends with one another.
10. None of the members of the
Magdalo came to the meeting the
following day. They organized a
meeting of their own where theofficials
elected during the Tejeros Convention
solemnly took their office without
those elected from the Magdiwang.
Difference between
the two accounts
Alvarez’s version focused on how the
election went on and the events that
took place in Tejeros.
Agoncillo’s version included the small
details including the emotions that
every personality had exhibited. The
complete list of attendees were added.
It is much more detailed and more
information was added to prove or
debunk claims by historians.
Probable reasons why
the differences
Primary sources provide raw
information and first-hand evidence.
Alvarez had nothing to rely on in writing
and based entirely on what he observed
as an attendant of the said convention.
Agoncillo’s version, as a secondary
source already had the primary source
to guide the writer on what more he
could add and what he can learn more
about.
Thematic motivation of
authors
The President-Supremo of the KKK
assumed the chairmanship of the
assembly and he presided. He began
elaborating that the attendees should
respect what ever the results would be.
When it comes to election proper, he
spoke again that the nominee who
would get the largest number of votes
despite his station of life and their
educational attainment, would still be
the winner of a respective position.
Although he wasn’t able to get the
Presidency since Aguinaldo go the place.
The Supremo was beingelected as the
Secretary of Interior but Daniel Tirona
Upon arrival of Bonifacio and his
company, The tense were being raised
as their concerns contradict. Two in the
afternoon of 22nd of March 1897 at
Tejeros, the meeting was formally
opened. Mr. Jacinto Lumberas took the
chair and opened the meeting. The
meeting continues until Bonifacio took
as the presiding officer by being the
President of the Supreme Council of
Katipunan. He said that the winner of
any position in the election will be
proclaimed despite of his life status. As
the election was happening, he was
elected as the Director of the Interior.
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CHAPTER 3
Evaluation
Name_______Deoxy____________________________________
Course &Year ______BSIT1_________________Section___________________
A. Answer the following questions. (5pts. each)
1. Who is Fr. Juan de Placensia? When did he serve in the Philippine Islands?
Juan de Plasencia was a Spanish friar of the Franciscan Order. He was among
the first group of Franciscan missionaries who arrived in the islands on July 2,
1578. He spent most of his missionary life in the Philippines, where he found
numerous towns in Luzon and authored several religious and linguistic books,
most notably the Doctrina Cristiana( Christian Doctrine) , the first book ever
printed in the Philippines.Juan de Plasencia was born in the early 16th century
as Juan Portocarrero in Plasencia, in the region of Extremadura, Spain. He
was one of the seven children of Pedro Portocarrero, a captain of a Spanish
Schooner.
4. Describe the economic life and living standards of the Filipinos during the
precolonial days.
The Philippines precolonial period, during which indigenous peoples engaged in healthy trade with
various cultures and economies in the region, gave way to a long colonial period, first under Spain for
over 300 years, and then under the United States, during which it came briefly under Japanese
occupation in World War II
5. What is social stratification? Describe the social stratification that existed
says that the position should be given to
the educated lawyer
Jose del Rosario. Because of this,
Bonifacio took offense in this and pulled
out his firearm and took aim to Mr.
Tirona. The latter then slid away and got
lost in the crowd. Bonifacio then
declared null and void all matters
approved in the meeting.
Mr. Daniel Tirona added that the
position should be given to the one
who is a lawyer and he as pointing to
Jose del Rosario. Bonifacio felt insulted
and he turned crimson with anger.
Appointing him to such position should
be respected by everyone because they
agreed in the condition. He insisted
that Tirona give satisfaction for his
defamatory words and Tirona tried to
lose himself in the crowd. In such
anger, Bonifacio whipped out his pistol
to for at Tirona but Ricarte grabbed his
hand. Bonifacio said that he annul all
that has been approved and resolved as
the chairman of the assembly and the
President of the Supreme Council of
Katipunan then left the hall, followed
by his men
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during the pre- Spanish era.
Social stratification refers to a society's categorization of its people into rankings socioeconomic tiers
based on factors like wealth, income, race, education, and power. During Pre-Hispanic times Filipinos
can be divided according to these classes: The noble class called the Maginoo; the freeman class
called the Timawa; the warrior class called the Maharlika; and the indentured class called the Alipin. It
was from this class that the Datu would come from.
7. Explain Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. I
The life that is not consecrated to a lofty and reasonable purpose is a tree
without a shade, if not poisonous weed.
Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. I simply tells us that we must have a
purpose-driven life. We must know how to set our goals and find meaning to
our life because without knowing our purpose, we will suffer from unwanted
situations.
10.Explain Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. X.
X. On the thorny path of life, man is the guide of woman and the children, and if the guide leads to
the precipice, those whom he guides will also go there.
Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. X simply tells us that all of us needs to be a role model for everyone
because whatever they saw in us will also be followed by the people who sees us. And a true man
leads his family to the right path by showing them that he is righteous.

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READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY CHAPTER 1 GEC03 Evaluation: Name deoxy Year/Section___BSIT1_____________________________Date________ A. True or False. Write true if the statement is true. Otherwise, write false in the space provided. ___True______1. History is the study of the past. ____True_____2. Historical sources that were not written should not be used in writing history. ____False_____3. The subject of historiography is history itself. _____False____4. History has no use for the present, thus, the saying “past is past” is true. ____True_____5.History is limited to the story of a hero versus a villain. ____True_____6. Only primary sources may be used in writing history. ____True_____7. There are three types of sources : primary ,secondary , and tertiary sources. ___False______8. External criticism is done by examining the physical characteristics of a source. ____True_____9. Internal criticism is done by looking at a source’s quality of paper and type of ink, among others. ____False_____10. The historians are the only source of history. B. What source? Read the following scenarios and classify the sources discovered as primary and secondary and Tertiary. Write your answer in the space provided. 1. Jose was exploring the library in his new school in Manila. He wanted to study the history of Calamba, Laguna during the nineteenth century . in one of the books , he saw an old photograph of a woman standing in front of an old church, clipped among the pages . At the back of the photo was a fine inscription that says “ Kalamba ,19 de Junio 1861. Is the photograph a primary, secondary or a tertiary source? Answer: Primary source (5 pts) 2. Lorena was a new teacher of Araling Panlipunan in a small elementary school in Mauban , Quezon. Her colleagues gave her the new textbook that she ought to use in class. Before the class started, Lorena studied the textbook carefully. She noted that the authors used works by other known historians in writing the textbook. She saw the bibliography 11 READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY included Teodoro Agoncillo’s The Revolt of the Masses and the Fateful Years : Japan’s Adventure in the Philippines,1941-45. She also saw that the authors used Ma. Luisa Camagay’s Working Women of Manila During the 19th Century and many Others. Is the textbook a primary , secondary or tertiary source? Answer: Secondary Source (5 pts) 3. Gregoria loved to travel around the country. She liked bringing with her a travel brochure that informs her of the different sites worth visiting in the area. Her travel brochure was usually produced by the tourism department of the province . It shows pictures of destinations visited by tourists and a few basic information about the place like the origin of the name , the historical significance of the place , and some other information acquired by the office’s researchers and writers. Is the travel brochure a primary, secondary or a tertiary? Answer:Tertiary Source_(5pts) 4. Old Newspaper a. Primary b. Secondary c. Tertiary Answer___b.Secondary ____( 5pts) 5. Interview Manuscript a. Primary b. Secondary c. Tertiary Answer___a. Primary___(5pts) C. Essay Why is it important to study history? History helps us understand change. It records and helps people understand successes and failures. Through these studies people can learn about change and how others are affected it. It shows patterns of behaviour or events in the past and their outcome which can help us avoid similar outcomes in the future. CHAPTER 2 Evaluation Name________Deoxy________________________________ Course &Year _BSIT1____________________Section___________________ A. Answer the following: 5. What is the reason for the conflict between Magdalo and Magdiwang? The Magdalo and Magdiwang due to lack of respect and territorial competition prompting Mariano Alvarez to invite Bonifacio to Cavite and intercede. 10. Who do you think is the better leader? Andres Bonifacio or Emilio Aguinaldo?Why? Emilio Aguinaldo because he knows better strategy To defeat the enemy. But Andres Bonifacio is very Courage and brave in battle 11.Based on the presentations of two accounts, which is accurate, reliable and genuine? Why? Based on what I have read and observe about the two presentations of two accounts, Teodoro Agoncillo has an accurate, reliable and genuine presentations, it can be short but the thought is there, it may be not have an exact detailed information but it give us the answers we are thinking while reading the context. B. Fill in the boxes below: Primary Source vs. Secondary Source Categories Primary Source Memoirs of a General by Santiago Alvarez a.k.a Gen. ApoySecond Secondary Source Revolt of the Masses by Teodoro Agoncillo Author's Background Santiago Virata Alvarez, born on July 25, 1872 at Noveleta, Cavite, was a known revolutionary general and a founder and honorary president of the first directorate of the Nacionalista Party. Because of his inflamed bravery and his dedication as commander of Cavite’s famous battles, he was dubbed as “Kidlat ng Apoy”. He was also celebrated as the Hero of the Battle of Dalahican in Cavite City, up to this day. Teodoro Andal Agoncillo was born in 1912 at Lemery, Batangas. He was a prominent 20th century historian. Beside from being a historian, he was also a literary writer. He was considered as a very important historian of our time. Objective of the Author Santiago Alvarez’s objective was to write the book for the youth and to show the different story about the revolution, that would possibly used as a historical account in the future Despite that Santiago Alvarez has already provided a source of historic studies regarding the revolution, Teodoro Agoncillo wanted to add what happened before and after the Tejeros Convention in order to hook the present on to the past. Data written or published Alvarez started his memoir on March 14, 1896 but was first published in 1920. It was published in 1947 Mention of dates March 27, 1897 Eyewitnesses reported that a meeting among the members of the Magdalo took place at the Tanza parish house. Mid-December 1896 Andres Bonifacio and his family left the mountains of Montalban and Mariquina to visit the Katipunan. March 25, 1897 the Tejeros convention was held. January 2, 1897 Andres Bonifacio wrote a letter to Mariano Alvarez after his encounter with the Magdalo. Mid-January 1897 Gunshots had interrupted the fiesta of San Francisco de Malabon which led to aconflict between Alvarez and Mariano San Gabriel. March 22, 1897 Aguinaldo celebrated his birthday with a battle with Spanish soldiers in Salitran Mention of places Parish house (Tanza) The rumored place of meeting of the Magdalo leaders. San Francisco de Malabon The location where the capital was moved. •Talisay (Batangas) Declared under the Magdao government. •Nasugbu, Tuwi, and Look (Batangas) Under the Magdiwang government. •San Francisco de Malabon The location where the capital was moved. •Noveleta Where the capital of Magdiwang was moved. •Kawit Magdalo’s capital before it fell. •House of Juan Castañeda in Imus Where Bonifacio was brought by the rebel leaders. • Estate house of Tejeros Magdiwang territory. Key Personalities Sequencing of events Andres Bonifacio • Artemio Ricarte •Jose Del Rosario • Mariano TriAs • Antonio Montenegro • General Apoy • Baldomero Aguinaldo • Jacinto Lumbreras • Daniel Tirona •Emilio Aguinaldo •Severino de las Alas •MarianoTrias •Mariano Alvarez • Andres Bonifacio • Jacinto Lumbreras • Emilio Aguinaldo • Artemio Ricarte • Severino de las Alas • Antonio Montenegro • General Apoy • Baldomero Aguinaldo • Jose Del Rosario • Daniel Tirona 1.The assembly at Tejeros was convened on March 25, 1897 and was presided by Secretary Jacinto Lumbreras. 2. The declaration of the agenda, which is to discuss how to secure the areas under the Magdiwang control, was made and was immediately countered by Severino de las Alas, who imposed that the important matter that should be tackled is the form of the government the Katipunan should have. 3.There was a debate whether to change the form of government the Katipunan had established or not. 4. A conflict between General Apoy and Antonio Montenegro disrupted the formality of the convention. 5. Conflict was immediately resolved and the chairmanship of the meeting was transferred to Supremo Andres Bonifacio. 6. Bonifacio proceeded with the election of officials, stressing that the person who gets most of the votes must be declared and respected as the winner, regardless of his state in life. 7. A conflict between Andres Bonifacio and Daniel Tirona was formed after Bonifacio won the position for Secretary of the Interior. Tirona went against the initial agreement regarding the majority votes which humiliated Bonifacio. 8. Bonifacio declared the results of the meeting null and void, which ended the first day of the Tejeros Convention. 9. Baldomero Aguinaldo convinced members of the Magdiwang to reconvene the disrupted meeting for the purpose of revalidate the proceedings of the election and make amends with one another. Difference between the two accounts Alvarez’s version focused on how the election went on and the events that took place in Tejeros. Probable reasons why the differences Primary sources provide raw information and first-hand evidence. Alvarez had nothing to rely on in writing and based entirely on what he observed as an attendant of the said convention. 10. None of the members of the Magdalo came to the meeting the following day. They organized a meeting of their own where theofficials elected during the Tejeros Convention solemnly took their office without those elected from the Magdiwang. Agoncillo’s version included the small details including the emotions that every personality had exhibited. The complete list of attendees were added. It is much more detailed and more information was added to prove or debunk claims by historians. Agoncillo’s version, as a secondary source already had the primary source to guide the writer on what more he could add and what he can learn more about. Thematic motivation of authors The President-Supremo of the KKK assumed the chairmanship of the assembly and he presided. He began elaborating that the attendees should respect what ever the results would be. When it comes to election proper, he spoke again that the nominee who would get the largest number of votes despite his station of life and their educational attainment, would still be the winner of a respective position. Although he wasn’t able to get the Presidency since Aguinaldo go the place. The Supremo was beingelected as the Secretary of Interior but Daniel Tirona Upon arrival of Bonifacio and his company, The tense were being raised as their concerns contradict. Two in the afternoon of 22nd of March 1897 at Tejeros, the meeting was formally opened. Mr. Jacinto Lumberas took the chair and opened the meeting. The meeting continues until Bonifacio took as the presiding officer by being the President of the Supreme Council of Katipunan. He said that the winner of any position in the election will be proclaimed despite of his life status. As the election was happening, he was elected as the Director of the Interior. says that the position should be given to the educated lawyer Jose del Rosario. Because of this, Bonifacio took offense in this and pulled out his firearm and took aim to Mr. Tirona. The latter then slid away and got lost in the crowd. Bonifacio then declared null and void all matters approved in the meeting. Mr. Daniel Tirona added that the position should be given to the one who is a lawyer and he as pointing to Jose del Rosario. Bonifacio felt insulted and he turned crimson with anger. Appointing him to such position should be respected by everyone because they agreed in the condition. He insisted that Tirona give satisfaction for his defamatory words and Tirona tried to lose himself in the crowd. In such anger, Bonifacio whipped out his pistol to for at Tirona but Ricarte grabbed his hand. Bonifacio said that he annul all that has been approved and resolved as the chairman of the assembly and the President of the Supreme Council of Katipunan then left the hall, followed by his men CHAPTER 3 Evaluation Name_______Deoxy____________________________________ Course &Year ______BSIT1_________________Section___________________ A. Answer the following questions. (5pts. each) 1. Who is Fr. Juan de Placensia? When did he serve in the Philippine Islands? Juan de Plasencia was a Spanish friar of the Franciscan Order. He was among the first group of Franciscan missionaries who arrived in the islands on July 2, 1578. He spent most of his missionary life in the Philippines, where he found numerous towns in Luzon and authored several religious and linguistic books, most notably the Doctrina Cristiana( Christian Doctrine) , the first book ever printed in the Philippines.Juan de Plasencia was born in the early 16th century as Juan Portocarrero in Plasencia, in the region of Extremadura, Spain. He was one of the seven children of Pedro Portocarrero, a captain of a Spanish Schooner. 4. Describe the economic life and living standards of the Filipinos during the precolonial days. The Philippines precolonial period, during which indigenous peoples engaged in healthy trade with various cultures and economies in the region, gave way to a long colonial period, first under Spain for over 300 years, and then under the United States, during which it came briefly under Japanese occupation in World War II 5. What is social stratification? Describe the social stratification that existed during the pre- Spanish era. Social stratification refers to a society's categorization of its people into rankings socioeconomic tiers based on factors like wealth, income, race, education, and power. During Pre-Hispanic times Filipinos can be divided according to these classes: The noble class called the Maginoo; the freeman class called the Timawa; the warrior class called the Maharlika; and the indentured class called the Alipin. It was from this class that the Datu would come from. 7. Explain Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. I The life that is not consecrated to a lofty and reasonable purpose is a tree without a shade, if not poisonous weed. Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. I simply tells us that we must have a purpose-driven life. We must know how to set our goals and find meaning to our life because without knowing our purpose, we will suffer from unwanted situations. 10.Explain Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. X. X. On the thorny path of life, man is the guide of woman and the children, and if the guide leads to the precipice, those whom he guides will also go there. Kartilyang Katipunan rule no. X simply tells us that all of us needs to be a role model for everyone because whatever they saw in us will also be followed by the people who sees us. And a true man leads his family to the right path by showing them that he is righteous. Name: Description: ...
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