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LO1

1. Why did the Catholic Church oppose the passage of Rizal Law?
*anti-clerical & anti-catholic
2. Which essay explains the causes and implications of Filipinos lack national consciousness?
*the distressing

3. Which describe the social conditions in Spain during the 19th century? I. Civil unrest due to civil w
officials III. Conquered by France IV. Political and economic stagnation
*2 & 3

4. What is the legal basis of including the study of the life and works of Jose Rizal in the curriculum o
*R.A. 1425
5. Which statement is NOT true about the passage of the Rizal Law?
*the catholic church opposed

6. Which essay argued that Filipinos became indolent and unproductive because they do not benefit fr
were abused and enslaved by the Spaniards?
*indolence

7. Which essay discusses the abuses and incompetence of Spanish colonial officers in the Philippines?
*monarchism
8. Who authored the Rizal Law?
*Sen. Claro M. Recto
9. What country colonized Spain at the turn of 19th century?
*france

10. Which essay tackles the too much power and influence that the friars have that they in effect were
government?
*fray

11.Evaluate the following statements: I. College students are required to read the unexpurgated versio
El Filibusterismo as part of the Rizal course. II. Students whose faith could be damaged are exempted
*neither

12. Evaluate the following statements: I. To reach more Filipino students, the novels and other works
into English, Tagalog and major Philippine dialects. II. The distribution of Jose Rizals novels and oth
available to anyone who desires to read them.
*both

13. Which DOES NOT describe the social conditions in the Philippines during the 19th century under
regime?
*civil war broke out
14. Which essay accuses the friars as the cause of stagnation and backwardness of the Philippines?
*distressing

15. Which describe the social conditions in the Philippines during the 19th century? I. Civil unrest du
incompetent officials III. Conquered by France IV. Political and economic stagnation
*2&4
16. Which is NOT an objective of the Rizal Law?

*civil war broke out


14. Which essay accuses the friars as the cause of stagnation and backwardness of the Philippines?
*distressing

15. Which describe the social conditions in the Philippines during the 19th century? I. Civil unrest du
incompetent officials III. Conquered by France IV. Political and economic stagnation
*2&4
16. Which is NOT an objective of the Rizal Law?
*develop civic

17. Which essay revealed that Royal decrees from Spain were not implemented in the Philippines whi
country?
*monarchism

18. The objective of the passage of Rizal Law in 1956 is to boost or rekindle the dwindling or shrinki
nationalism. What is believed to have caused the dwindling sense of Filipino identity and nationalism
*strong american

19. What movement was established by ilustrados that exposed the conditions of the Philippines and a
*propaganda
20. When was the Rizal Law passed?
*June 12, 1956

l consciousness?

vil unrest due to civil war II. Ruled by incompetent

Rizal in the curriculum of high school and college?

se they do not benefit from their labors and that they

icers in the Philippines?

that they in effect were the ones running the

he unexpurgated versions of the Noli Me Tangere and


damaged are exempted to take the Rizal course.

novels and other works of Jose Rizal are to be translated


e Rizals novels and other works is free of charge and

g the 19th century under the rule of the Spanish colonial

s of the Philippines?

ntury? I. Civil unrest due to civil war II. Ruled by


gnation

s of the Philippines?

ntury? I. Civil unrest due to civil war II. Ruled by


gnation

d in the Philippines which worsen the conditions of the

he dwindling or shrinking sense of Filipino identity and


dentity and nationalism?
of the Philippines and asked for reforms from Spain?

LO2

1. Arrange the following events in chronological order. I. 1872 Cavite Mutiny II. Execution of the Go
Founding of the La Liga Filipina IV. Establishment of the Propaganda movement
*1243

2. Which event was viewed by the Spanish government officials as a move to overturn the Spanish co
Philippines?
*1872 cavite
3. Which group of people were not colonized and have preserved their own culture?
*infieles

4. Which statements are TRUE about Filipino nationalism? I. It only started to emerge during the 19th
product of an armed revolt against Spain. III. It was introduce by the Spanish friars through catechism
of the social, political and economic changes in the 19th century.
*1&4

5. Who were the Filipinos who gained wealth from renting huge lands (haciendas) owned by the friar
family?
*inquilinos
6. Which statement on the term Filipino is NOT TRUE?
*originally
7. Who were the first to be referred to as "Filipinos"?
*insulares
8. Which is NOT part of the contents of the La Solidaridad?
*spanish lit
9. What is the aim of secularization movement?
*from regular to secular

10. What group of people occupies the highest social status in the Philippines during the Spanish colo
*principalias

11. Who are the principalias? I. Filipinos who lived and studies in Europe II. Spaniards that were livin
III. Unchristianized natives and free from colonial rule IV. Indios who held positions in the Spanish c
*1&4
12. Who were the ilustrados?
*middle class fam
13. Which is NOT part of the aims of the Propaganda Movement?
*initiate armed
14. What is the objective of the mass-based Filipino nationalism?
*freedom

15. What movement was established by Ilustrados which exposed the conditions of the Philippines an
from Spain?
*propaganda

16. What are the legacies of the Propaganda movement? I. Tripartite view of Philippine history II. Ph
independence from Spain III. Secularization of Philippine churches IV. The concept of Filipino nation
*1&4

14. What is the objective of the mass-based Filipino nationalism?


*freedom

15. What movement was established by Ilustrados which exposed the conditions of the Philippines an
from Spain?
*propaganda

16. What are the legacies of the Propaganda movement? I. Tripartite view of Philippine history II. Ph
independence from Spain III. Secularization of Philippine churches IV. The concept of Filipino nation
*1&4

17. What are the contributions of the Propaganda movement in the history of the Philippines? I. It ins
revolution of 1896 II. It became a catalyst for the development of Filipino Nationalism III. It paved w
independence of the Philippines from Spain IV. It served as an eye-opener for the Filipinos about the
Spaniards
*234
18. How did the execution of the GOMBURZA influence the emergence of Filipino consciousness?
*execution created

19. Why were the GOMBURZA executed? I. They actively supported the secularization movement. I
submit to the authority of the regular priests. III. They were accused as the leaders of the 1872 Cavite
wrote propaganda materials that exposed the abuses of the friars.
*1&3

20. How did Jose Rizal influence the emergence of Filipino identity and nationalism? I. His works de
and love for the country. II. He led the Filipinos in an armed revolution against Spain. III. Rizal throu
Filipinos and became proud of their selves. IV. Rizal showed and exerted efforts for Filipinos to have
history and identity.
*134

y II. Execution of the Gomburza III.


ent

overturn the Spanish colonial rule in the

lture?

o emerge during the 19th century. II. It was a


friars through catechism. IV. It is a product

das) owned by the friars like the Rizal

during the Spanish colonial rule?

Spaniards that were living in the Philippines


sitions in the Spanish colonial government

ns of the Philippines and demanded reforms

Philippine history II. Philippine


oncept of Filipino nation and identity

ns of the Philippines and demanded reforms

Philippine history II. Philippine


oncept of Filipino nation and identity

he Philippines? I. It inspired the Philippine


ionalism III. It paved way for the
the Filipinos about the abuses of the

ilipino consciousness?

ularization movement. II. They refused to


ders of the 1872 Cavite Munity. IV. They

nalism? I. His works deals with citizenship


t Spain. III. Rizal through his works inspired
rts for Filipinos to have interest in their