The late development of nationalism among the Filipinos during Spanish period
Nationalism is the emotion we get every time we think for our country. During the period of Spanish colonialism, there was no national feeling among Filipinos. Nationalism did not exist in the Philippines. The ide
Philippine Literature during Spanish Period
The indigenous literature of the Philippines developed primarily in the oral tradition in poetic and narrative forms. Epic poems, legends, proverbs, songs, and riddles were passed from generation to generation through oral recitation and incantation i
Education in the Philippines changed radically, and was before patterned from both of educational systems of Spain and the United States. However, after the liberation of the Philippines in 1946, Filipinos then had moved in various directions of its own.
Elementary and high school education is comp
The Spanish Period (1565-1898) was believed to have started during the time of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the first Governor-General in the Philippines. He was responsible for establishing peace with various indigenous tribes. During his time, many changes happened to the Filipinos.
Ferdinand Magellan's commemorative cross in a church on Cebu marks his arrival in the Philippines in 1521.
Courtesy Philippine Tourist Research and Planning Organization
The first recorded sighting of the Philippines by Europeans was on March 16, 1521, during Ferdinand Magellan's circumnavigatio
Under Spanish rule there were established in these islands a system of primary schools. The Spanish regulations provided that there should be one male and one female primary school-teacher for each 5,000 inhabitants. It is clearly shown in the report of the first Philippine Commissio
iodThe Japanese period
Between 1941-1945, Philippine Literature was interrupted in its development when the Philippines was again conquered by another foreign country, Japan. Philippine literature in English came to a halt. Except for the TRIBUNE and the PHILIPPINE REVIEW, a
The Japanese Period (1941 – 1945)
The Japanese occupation of the Philippines occurred between 1941 and 1945, when the Empire of Japan occupied the Commonwealth of the Philippines during World War II.
The invasion of the Philippines started on December 8, 1941, ten hours af
Spanish Colonial Period
Abegail Imee R. Enriquez
Spanish Colonial Period
How does Spanish Colonial architecture reflect Filipino identity? Discuss the various building types and their relationship to pre-colonial architecture in your arguments.
JAPANESE PERIOD (1941-1945)
During the Japanese period, Filipinos undergo in the Puppet Government ruled by the Japanese. Puppet Government is a said to be a republic that has no power to control itself and controlled by the foreign power instead. As a President of this republic, Japanese appoint
Philippine Literature in the Spanish Colonial Period
The Spanish colonizers wanted to undermine the native oral tradition by substituting for it the story of the Passion of Christ. However, the native tradition survived and even flourished in areas inaccessible to the Spaniards. Also, the Spani
D-Day-June 6, 1944 - Led by Eisenhower, over a million troops (the largest invasion force in history) stormed the beaches at Normandy and began the process of re-taking France. The turning point of World War II.
Winston Churchill - Prime minister of Great Britain during World War II.
The Pre-Spanish Period
Long before the Spaniards and other foreigners landed or set foot on Philippine shores, our forefathers already had their own literature stamped in the history of our race.
Our ancient literature shows our customs and traditions in everyday life
Government During the Spanish Period
The Philippines was under the Spanish government for more than three centuries. Without any freedom and independence, Filipinos had to adjust and adapt to the new form of government as well as to different culture and traditions. The laws implemented in the
on LanguageSpanish Influence on Language, Culture, and Philippine History
Leslie E. Bauzon, "Influence of the Spanish Culture," translated to Nihonggo and published as "Firipin bunka eno Supein no eikyo" in Shizuo Suzuki and Shinzo Hayase (eds.), TONAN AZIA NO JITEN FIRIPIN (ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SOUTHEA
Andrea M. Bautista March 5, 2012
Bachelor of Science in Psychology 43 Prof. Bernadette Corsame
FILIPINO PSYCHOLOGY AND ARTS
I. HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
Arts in the Philippines started even before the colonization of the country. It has different fields and expressions which are most
1. Explain how the British occupation of the country opened the eyes of the people in certain regions to the idea of freedom and expulsion of the Spaniards?
During this period, the Filipinos discovered how weak Spain was when it comes to armory when the British d
Pablo Neruda’s Viente Poemas de Amor y una Cancion Desperada is an emotional collection of poems that explores infatuation, passion and final separation that comes with love. Additionally, as a political activist in a time of rapid social change, Neruda was influenced by his context and his passio
East Meets West
Making the food more palatable to the most discriminating medieval tastes triggered the search of spices of all sorts.
• Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg, Ginger
*These spices are indigenous to the east. By means of these spices, the bland taste of meat and fi