• Paper Archi
    subjects such as education, history, politics, and social problems. As early as 1926 essayists expressed the need for a literature that was native and national. Many essays first appeared as Galang published Life and Success, the first volume of essays in English. Another collection of Filipino...
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  • Jose Rizal's Poem and Writings
    Why did Rizal write the following poems and essays? * To the Philippine Youth. He wrote this to emphasize that the youth is the hope of our nation and that they should be educated to help in the progress of the country. He also included that Filipino should love their own mother tongue...
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  • Sitesh
    Jose Rizal’s legacy to Filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, “To the Young Women of Malolos,” where he addresses all kinds of women – mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc. and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep in mind. “To the Women of Malolos” was originally written...
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  • travel and adventures of jose rizal
    some Filipinos.  He also made his first nationalistic essay he wrote abroad, “Amor Patrio” which was later published in Diarong Tagalog. He left Barcelona for Madrid, to pursue his medical studies in the Universidad Central de Madrid. He also took courses in Philosophy and Letters and took French...
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  • Loves
    | * Where he was welcomed by the Filipinos, most of them were his former schoolmates from Ateneo Municipal. | Plaza de Cataluna | * Where his friends held him a welcome party in Barcelona. | El Amor Patrio | * Love of Country * Essay he wrote when he was 21. * First nationalistic essay...
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  • Echosei's Channel
    . The awit as a popular poetic genre reached new heights in Balagtas' "Florante at Laura" (ca. 1838-1861), the most famous of the country's metrical romances.        Again, the winds of change began to blow in 19th century Philippines. Filipino intellectuals educated in Europe called ilustrados...
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  • Reaction on Was Rizal an American Sponsored Hero?
    Jose Rizal – a name not so uncommon to many Filipinos. Perhaps because of him being the National Hero or because of his great and famous teachings taught to each and every Filipino child. Since the imposition of the compulsory Rizal courses, Rizal has been a part of every Filipino student’s...
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  • Pilipinong Manunulat
    Desai. 7. Gilda Olvidado is a popular Filipino novelist and writer, known for her extraordinary love stories. She became famous during the 1970′s with her remarkable novels “Sinasamba Kita (I Worship You)”, “Babangon ako’t Dudurugin Kita (Sweet Revenge)”. She also wrote screenplays that later...
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  • Kabataan Sa Makabagong Henerasyon
    Galang published Life and Success, the first volume of essays in English. Another collection of Filipino essays appeared 1924, entitled Thinking for Ourselves, edited by Vicente M. Hilario and Eliseo Quirino. In that year Zoilo M. Galang also published another book of essays, Master of Destiny...
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  • How May
    writing then those famous short stories and essays which I admired." He married Lydia Villanueva, another talented writer in English, and they lived in Ermita, Manila. Here, F. Sionil José, another seminal Filipino writer in English, recalls often seeing him in the National Library, which was then in the...
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  • Reviewer
    REACTION PAPER: In the essay, “Where is the Patis?” we had realized how Pinoys or Filipinos have a special love for eating. It really doesn’t matter if you are in the Philippines or in another country, but still the love for foods is really there. In this particular essay, we can say that...
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  • Reading Among Youth
    explained in clear detail. But it is not only the English novels that are loved by teenagers. They also read books by Filipino writers. One great example of a famous Filipino writer among teenagers is Bob Ong. His works are famous for being humorous. I think that is why teenagers like his books. I...
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  • The World Is an Apple
    Alberto Florentino is a Filipino playwright and book publisher. His plays in English center on the conflicts in the everyday lives of ordinary Filipinos. The most famous among his works is The World is an Apple which earned him his first Palanca Award in 1954 and remains one of the most performed...
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  • English Lesson Plan for First Year (Literature)
    in a group work. 6. Write a short letter stating an opinion supported by reasons. 7. Create an effective slogan/motto empowering Filipinos. 8. Act out a short visualized scene in the essay. 9. Give helpful advice to someone in need. 10. Make a four-line stanza expressing what they’ve learned...
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  • Baranggay: the Filipino Sports Fan
    crowd stated by Pierre Bourdieu's essay, and the team as a part of the popular culture in the land as written by Ien Ang in her book Watching Dallas. ASSUMPTION Both songs (Pag Nananalo… and Pag Natatalo) are pictures of the life of the people in the baranggay. It is a song about the Filipino...
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  • Reflection Paper
    reflection of one’s identity, could we then say that the Filipinos have one national identity?  Without a common identity, there could be no real sense of nationhood.  This is what Rizal meant by that famous quotation that is often quoted but only the surface level.  Pilipino is the national...
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  • Epalnaassign
    town * “The Song of Maria Clara” * Song of the Traveler * Katapusang Hibik Ng Pilipinas * "To The Filipino Youth" Jose Rizal spent a great part of his life writing compositions, essays, poems, as well as his novels. Including these poems, there were several messages given to remind...
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  • Cultural Background
    done. It may be said that Filipinos are intelligent, with retentive memory, quick perception, and have talents for art and science. They also are gentle, friendly, cheerful, and noted for their courtesy and hospitality. Filipinos are famous for their close family ties. The parents work hard and...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    at Laura" (ca. 1838-1861), the most famous of the country's metrical romances.        Again, the winds of change began to blow in 19th century Philippines. Filipino intellectuals educated in Europe called ilustrados began to write about the downside of colonization. This, coupled with the simmering...
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  • Awitan
    Tip: Maghanap lamang ng mga resultang nasa Filipino . Maaari mong piliin ang wika na gusto mong gamitin sa iyong paghahanap dito sa Mga Kagustuhan Mga Resulta sa Paghahanap 1. Reaction Paper in "A Good Man is Hard to Find Essay - [ Isalin ang pahinang ito ] A detailed...
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