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Saint Columban College

Pagadian City

Course: History 101 (Philippine History)

Date: September 19, 2016
Duration: 90 minutes
Topic: The Continuing Resistance
Materials: Visual Aids (Puzzle Pieces and Illustration Boards)
1. Agoncillo, Teodoro A. History of the Filipino People. Quezon City, C and E Publishing,
Inc., 2012
2. Corpuz, Ronald M., et al. Philippine History with Politics and Governance. Intramuros,
Manila, Mindshapers Co., Inc., 2012.
3. Garcia, Carlito D. Philippine History & Government for College Students. Mandaluyong
City: Books Atbp Publishing Corporation, 2010 edition.

Teacher: Ms. Jezza Marie S. Ringon

Instructional Objectives: At the end of the lesson, 100% of the students should be able to:
1. Explain the role of the Katipunan inertia during the American Regime.
2. Recognize the different revolts of the Filipino people as against American rule.
3. Compare the methods made on the resistance between Sulu and Cotabato as
against the Americans.
4. Justify the advantage brought by the Americans in the Philippines
A. Pre-activities
1. Review
The Filipino-American Hostilities

2. Motivation
Thought-provoking question and Recent Scenarios

B. Presentation and Discussion:

1. Presentation of the lesson through a group activity

The teacher will post on the board a certain illustration which shows a form of
concept that relays separation and resistance. Afterwards, they will be assigned
to different groups and they will be given pieces of pictures with their
corresponding hints to solve as puzzles. The activity will be time-bounded so
whichever team finishes the puzzle first will be the champion.
2. Development of the lesson through discussion by each representative of the team.
a. With the given pictures, the students will:
Point out the relationship of the hints given before each group.
Explain the manner and strategy of how they were able to finish their puzzle
including any hindrance met along the way.
Develop their interest and curiosity of the images behind the pieces
completed through explaining to the class the significance of dance in our
lives and how it affects the society as a whole.
a. Using the format below, the students will:
Identify the most significant contribution of each Philosopher in the field of
governance in the society.
Establish rapport with their partners considering the efficacy of the
components of the illustration given.

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1. Valuation:
After the capture of General Emiliio Aguinaldo at Palanan, Isabel in 1901, the
Filipino-American War ended as fas as the United States and Filipino elites were
concerned. But to the Filipino masses, who looked upon their war against the
Americans as a continuing struggle for independence, the resistance lasted longer.
This is an evidence of how Filipinos resent the colonizers for taking over the land
instead of letting us govern our own country. However, this also entails the Filipinos
need for independence.
2. Generalization
The need of independence by the Filipinos is evident in their continuing struggle
against our foreign colonizers. Our history is filled with events that match our struggle
for freedom. This should be relevant to our present circumstances today, especially
in the rise of a new government headed by a fierce leader. May the lesson serve as
a guiding principle to us Filipinos if we are to be enslaved again by such foreign

C. Assessment/Evaluation
Pair Work

Choose a topic that best reflects our circumstances today and provide a solution to this
by interviewing from your place a public servant in the government whom you think has the best
stand towards the issue.

D. Assignment:

Starting with the most interesting quote youve learned from our philosophers, interview
at least two (2) teachers and one(1) student in Saint Columban College to solicit their
ideas on such matter and how they can connect this to our society today. A selfie with
the correspondent is required. Write their answers on a long bond paper along with their
selfie pictures on a separate sheet.

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