Rizal's Life

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XAVIER UNIVERSITY-ATENEO DE CAGAYAN
HISTORY/ POLITICAL SCIENCE/ INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
HIST. 11.1: LIFE, WORKS AND WRITINGS OF RIZAL

Direction: MULTIPLE CHOICE: Select the letter of the correct answer and write it on a 1 whole sheet yellow paper. Avoid erasures as much as possible. Submit the yellow paper during the midterm exam (Monday, 11am-12:00noon, Rm STC601)

Note:
1. This quiz is good for 2 major quizzes for midterms since it comprises the entire topics for midterms. Numbers 1-30 is the first part and #31-60 is the second part. So answer the questions carefully. 2. Reproduction of this paper (printing and photocopying) is strictly prohibited. Sanctions shall be given to anybody that will be caught under the discretion of the teacher. 1. The purpose of the Rizal Law is to:

a. teach the duties of citizenship
b. develop moral character, personal discipline, and civic consciousness c. use the unexpurgated version of the novel (English, Filipino and other dialects) d. All of the above

2. What R.A. no. was enacted by the Congress of the Philippines that required all schools, colleges, and universities to study the Life, Works, and Writings of Jose Rizal particularly the novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo? a. 9262

b. 1445
c. 1425
d. 9165

3. The purpose of the Rizal Law is to:
a. teach the duties of citizenship
b. develop moral character, personal discipline, and civic consciousness c. use the unexpurgated version of the novel (English, Filipino and other dialects) d. All of the above

4. What R.A. no. was enacted by the Congress of the Philippines that required all schools, colleges, and universities to study the Life, Works, and Writings of Jose Rizal particularly the novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo? a. 9262

b. 1445
c. 1425
d. 9165

5. Who was the main proponent of the Rizal Bill?
a. Ferdinand Marcos
b. Jose P. Laurel
c. Claro M. Recto
d. Sergio Osmeña

6. Who was among the Rizal siblings was considered as young Pepe's second father? a. Saturnina
b. Maria
c. Paciano
d. Josefa

7. The Spanish Surname Mercado (means market), refers to the livelihood of Rizal's great-great grandfather as a: a. Missionary
b. Engineer
c. Merchant
d. Teacher

8. The following conditions were enjoyed by the Mercado family as Principales except: a. Owning a carriage
b. Putting a Library
c. Lacking Savings
d. Living in a Stone house

9. Which statement proves that Jose Rizal considered one of the world's polymath (genius). a. Rizal was linked to many women
b. He exposed the social cancer
c. He was endowed with versatile gifts
d. Rizal was a political martyr

10. Which of the following is false about the 19th century growth? a. Beginning of Industrial Revolution
b. Introduction / Discovery of steel, oil and electricity c. Invention of steam engines
d. Invention of atomic bombs

11. The economic development during the 19th century mechanized agriculture. Thus, it made possible the use of efficient machines and tools. a. False
b. True
c. Both true and false
d. The first statement is true. The second statement is false

12. Which of the following is false of 19th Century economic growth? a. International commerce and economic interdependence grew because of free trade. b. International commerce and economic interdependence grew because of increased stability of currency c. International commerce and economic interdependence grew because of demand of raw materials and ready markets for excess manufactured goods. d. Rizal sold raw materials such as abaca and coconut...
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