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PHILIPPINE HISTORY Prelim Exam: A Fun Quiz Game

PHILIPPINE HISTORY Prelim Exam: A Fun Quiz Game

 

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RIZAL PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

RIZAL PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

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Coverage: From Intro to The Life of Jose Rizal

Rizal Jensenismo Final Exam: An Automated Quiz Game

Rizal Jensenismo Final Exam: An Automated Quiz Game

 

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Rizal Jensenismo Midterm Exam: An Automated Quiz Game

Rizal Jensenismo Midterm Exam: An Automated Quiz Game

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Jose Rizal’s Poems: A Compilation

Jose Rizal’s Poems: A Compilation
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POETRY REVEALS an individual’s hopes, dreams, aspirations and goodbyes. The genius in Dr. Jose Rizal, our national hero, has resulted to several poems during his childhood, schooling, life struggles and martyrdom. Let us take a peek at our national hero’s poetry.
 
1. TO MY FELLOW CHILDREN (Sa Aking Mga Kababata, 1869)
Note: Many scholars nowadays believe that Jose Rizal was not the real author of this poem. Ask your professor about it.
 
Whenever people of a country truly love
The language which by heav'n they were taught to use
That country also surely liberty pursue
As does the bird which soars to freer space above.

Did Jose Rizal Write the Poem ‘Sa Aking Mga Kabata’?

Did Jose Rizal Write the Poem ‘Sa Aking Mga Kabata’?

 

THE FAMOUS POEM "To My Fellow Children (Sa Aking Mga Kababata/Kabata)" was a nationalistic artwork promoting the use of Tagalog (Filipino) language by the Filipino people. 

The poem was traditionally believed to be Jose Rizal's (the Philippine national hero) first written Tagalog poem at the age of eight and was said to have been published posthumously many years after Rizal’s death.

However, recent investigations cast serious doubts concerning the assumed authorship of the poem. Many scholars today believe that the very young Rizal could have not written the nationalistic poem. For one thing, it is doubted that an eight-year old child, who normally just begins to read, could write a five-stanza poem with profound terms.

Philippines: An e-Learning Quiz Game

How much do you know your beloved country, Philippines?

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Education Towards a Progressive Philippines

The common good is the goal of every society. Every society aims where its citizens can live with peace and harmony; where they can share the resources and wealth of their society with equality; where people can ensure their lives in terms of security. Attaining the common good the society must use common means, and that is through education. This is a means where every society can ensure its future for a better one.

In a developing society like the Philippines, education is essential in order to achieve a better future. The state must always consider how their citizens would be able to reach their potentialities and nurture it. The potentialities of the people will decide the fate of a society.

The Schools’ Student Personnel Services

STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES (SPS), basically, are ‘student-centered’ services and programs provided by academic institutions through their specialized units and systems designed to develop the total personality of the students. These services, in a great deal, are also directed and coordinated in assisting the students to be well-attuned to the learning processes they have to undergo in schools as these services essentially complement the academic programs.

Educational Innovations in the Philippines

Educational Innovations in the Philippines
 
QUESTION:
 Philippine education has been a target of reform for the past 100 years or so since the arrival of the Thomasites. It has been said that our educational system is the most studied sector of our society. Of course, the need for change in education has been a function of the changing needs of people and society. Enhancing the quality of the products of education – namely, our students; raising student test scores to be on a par with those of other countries; improving the quality and standards of the teaching profession are some of the motives for change/reform through the years. Collectively, these motives issue a call to action. Educations, reformers, theorists, businesspeople, practitioners, parents and administrators heard the call. They answered the call with a plethora of innovations, programs, models, theories, policies, legislation, mandates, and so on. The result is hundreds of educational innovations. Identify at least three (3) educational innovations which should have been continued and adopted/adapted by the present government.
 
A. The Improved Emphasis on Extension (Outreach, Community-Oriented Programs)
Providing knowledge for knowledge’s sake is a principle that had been abandoned by many educational philosophers. Without concrete and evident benefits to the society, schools would just be seen as impractical institutions ...
 

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