Famous Filipino Essays Essays and Term Papers

  • Rizal

    LETTERS TO THE YOUNG WOMEN OF MALOLOS On February 22, 1889, Rizal wrote the famous letter now known as “To the Young Women of Malolos” as per the request of Marcelo H. del Pilar. This famous letter was written by Rizal in Tagalog while he was residing in London. The story behind this letter is...

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  • Paper Archi

    transport Thomas. They replaced the soldiers as teachers. In that year, 1901, the Philippines Normal School was founded. Its purpose was to train Filipino in the art of teaching so that they could eventually take charge of elementary education. The students and the people in general learned English...

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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. * My...

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  • travel and adventures of jose rizal

    Travel and Adventures of Dr. Jose Rizal Jose Rizal is the most traveled Filipino hero in history.  The travel and adventure of Jose Rizal are an important facet of his education and sophistication through which he learned the culture and politics of other countries. Rizal’s first trip abroad was on...

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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 in...

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  • Echosei's Channel

    started only in 1521.        So successful were the efforts of colonialists to blot out the memory of the country's largely oral past that present-day Filipino writers, artists and journalists are trying to correct this inequity by recognizing the country's wealth of ethnic traditions and disseminating them...

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  • Reaction on Was Rizal an American Sponsored Hero?

    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 learning journey – inspiring...

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  • Essay of Rizal

    ------------------------------------------------- Essays of Rizal http://www.oocities.org/mcc_joserizal/work.html Amor Patrio (Love of Country) -1st published essay. -stated that Philippines is a country for Filipinos, not for Spain. -Pen name: Laong Laan (ever prepared) -this essay was sent to the Philippines to...

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  • Alexander the Great 29

    the transport Thomas. They replaced the soldiers as teachers. In that year, 1901, the Philippine Normal School was founded. Its purpose was to train Filipino in the art of teaching so that they could eventually take charge of elementary education. The students and the people in general learned English...

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  • Loves

    studies. * Make a name for himself in journalism * Study the culture of European countries * Prepare himself for the task of liberating the Filipinos from the Spanish regime. | May 1,1882 | * Day he left Calamba. | Jose Mercado | * Name he used in a foreign country. | Salvadora | ...

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  • Pilipinong Manunulat

    producer who became sensational known for his created local superheroes and comic book characters that are still popular to Filipinos until now. Some of his creations turned Filipino icons such as “Panday” (a Blacksmith hero) and many others. As a producer and director, Carlo J. Caparas produced box-office...

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  • Philippine Literature: Chapter 5 (The American Regime)

    Historical Background The Filipino Revolutionists won against the Spaniards who colonized us for more than 300 years. Our flag was hoisted on June 12, 1898 as a symbol of our independence. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was elected the first President of the Philippine Republic but this was...

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  • How May

    Schooner. 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 basement of what is now the National Museum. "you couldn't...

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  • Kabataan Sa Makabagong Henerasyon

    Essays. The essay was a popular form of expression for the early writers. As early as 1926 essayist expressed the need for literature that was native and national. Many essays first appeared as newspaper columns and later they were published in anthologies. In 1921 Zoilo M. Galang published Life and...

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  • Reviewer

    Patis? By: Carmen Guerrero Nakpil Travel has become the great Filipino dream. In the same way that an American dreams of becoming a millionaire or an English boy dream of going to one of the great universities, the Filipino dreams of going abroad. His most constant vision is that of himself as...

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  • Baranggay: the Filipino Sports Fan

    Baranggay: The Filipino Sports Fan Basketball is a celebrated sport in the country; the American occupation forces imported the sport in the early part of the 20th century. The sport easily replaced a popular game at that time, football. Since then the country was easily recognized around the world...

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  • Reading Among Youth

    CABRAL, ALYANNA ANGELINA M. Argumentative Essay Communication I (TFD2) October 16, 2012 Technology and Movies Help in Promoting Reading among the Youth of Today “I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into t he other room and read a book.” (Groucho...

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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 plays...

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  • Why I Don't Speak in English

    Why I don’t speak in English BY: EISSEN LORENZ D. ROS III-PATIENCE For as Filipinos, English is our second language and it’s the nationwide used language. We’re learning the English language to improve our communication skills but does the school need to force the student to speak the English language...

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  • Epalnaassign

    high intelligence, and love for his Motherland. He's a good example to be followed. 2. Studies and Travels Jose Rizal is the most traveled Filipino hero in history.  The travel and adventure of Jose Rizal are an important facet of his education and sophistication through which he learned the culture...

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