My Ideal University By Maximo Kalaw Essays and Term Papers

  • My Reflections

    My Reflections On My ideal university By: MAXIMO M. KALAW My reflection on the article before us directly correlates with the author’s view on the subject. My understanding of what is an ideal university is also the same as the article points out. An ideal university must have higher but free...

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  • Supreme Council

    Basa and Diwa organized the provincial council of Cavite, which would later be the most successful council of the society. The Filipino scholar Maximo Kalaw reports that Basa yielded the presidency to Bonifacio in 1894 because of a dispute over the usefulness of the initiation rites and Bonifacio's handling...

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  • Phil .Literature

    and girls obtain The Creator’s gift to men Whose sanguine hopes in us remain. Vacation means a time for play For young and old in night and day My wish for all is to be gay, And evil none lead you astray- Juan F. Salazar    Philippines Free Press, May 9, 1909 | The poem was anthologized in the...

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  • Thesis

    Gregorio Katigbak, Cipriano Kalaw,  Benito Reyes, Pedro Laygo, Roman Dimayuga, Luis Kison, Tomas Umali and Felix Reyes. The first newspaper in Batangas, published in Spanish, was the “Lumubog-Lumutang”, printed in Lipa in 1889, and established by the well-known  writers Cipriano Kalaw, Gregorio Katigbak, Benito...

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  • Potpot

    country's government center. Many of the national government offices are located here as well as the country's leading educational institution, the University of the Philippines. Dominating Cubao, Quezon City's commercial center, is Araneta Coliseum, the country's biggest enclosed entertainment arena...

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  • \Open

    were accepted in the society. The Katipunan had its own publication, Kalayaan (Liberty) that had its first and last print on March 1896. Revolutionary ideals and works flourished within the society, and Philippine literature were expanded by some of its prominent members. In planning the revolution, Bonifacio...

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  • History

    accepted in the society. The Katipunan has its own publication, Ang Kalayaan (The Liberty) that had its first and last print on March 1896. Revolutionary ideals and works flourished within the society, and Philippine literature were expanded by its some prominent members. In planning the revolution, Bonifacio...

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  • Manila City Tour

    City Tour (Tour Script) H-352 Mr. EmilianoGarchitorena Professor A. Welcoming speech at the airport to hotel: Good Day Everyone! My name is ________ and I would like to welcome you to our Manila City Tour. Say hi to our coach captain Mr._________ who will be here with us whole throughout...

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  • Literature in English

    establishment of the educational system. The first American teachers arrived in 1901; the Philippine Normal College was established in 1901, and the University of the Philippines (UP) in 1908. The decision to use English as the official medium of instruction for all public schools was the seed for the growth...

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  • Alexander the Great 29

    first Filipino short stories in English. In that same year, 1908, the University of the Philippines was founded. This school became the forerunner in the use of English for higher education. In October of 1910 the University of the Philippines' College Folio was published. This magazine printed the...

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  • JP Rizal

    firing squad Monuments Rizal Park, Manila Calamba, Laguna Daet, Camarines Norte Other names Pepe[3][4] Alma mater Ateneo Municipal de Manila, University of Santo Tomas, Universidad Central de Madrid Organization La Solidaridad, La Liga Filipina Spouse(s) Josephine Bracken (1896) [5] Children Francísco...

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  • Bibliography

    demonstrators were Jose Icaza, Jacobo Zobel, Ignacio Rocha, Manuel Genato and Maximo Paterno. The demo cry was "Viva Filipinas para los Filipinos!". In November 1870, a student movement, denounced as a riot or motin, at the University of Santo Tomasformed a committee to demand reforms on the school and its...

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  • List of Filipino Novels

    __________. Martial Law Babies. Nautilus Comics, 2008. [GRAPHIC NOVEL] Babst, Arlene. Xeniteia. National, 1982. [LITERARY FICTION] Bacho, Peter. Cebu. University of Washington Press, 1991. [HISTORICAL/LITERARY FICTION] Balangue, M.D. Mr. Write. Summit, 2004. [CHICK LIT] Batacan, F.H. Smaller and Smaller...

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  • THERENZ

    assume command of all the forces for the attainment of our lofty aspirations, establishing a dictatorial government which will set forth decrees under my sole responsibility, ..."[7] On 12 June, Aguinaldo proclaimed Philippine independence[8] On 18 June, Aguinaldo issued a decree proclaiming a Dictatorial...

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  • American Literary Periods

    Normal University) and other normal schools throughout the country such as Silliman University (1901),Central Philippine University (1905), Negros Oriental High School (1902),St. Paul University Dumaguete (1904), Cebu Normal School (1915) also a university at present, Filamer Christian University (1904)...

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  • Jose Rizal

    La Liga Filipina | Major monuments: | Rizal Park | Alma mater: | Ateneo Municipal de Manila, University of Santo Tomas, Universidad Central de Madrid, University of Paris, Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg | José Rizal José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda[1] (June 19, 1861 – December...

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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline

    * The University of the Philippines was founded in 1901, the forerunner of English language as medium of instruction. * The establishment of Siliman University by the Presbyterian missionaries. * The establishment of the Philippine Normal School (now Philippine Normal University) * The...

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  • Katipunan

    accepted in the society. The Katipunan has its own publication, Ang Kalayaan (The Liberty) that had its first and last print on March 1896. Revolutionary ideals and works flourished within the society, and Philippine literature were expanded by its some prominent members. In planning the revolution, Bonifacio...

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  • Rizal

     Manila Calamba City, Laguna | Nationality | Filipino | Alma mater | Ateneo Municipal de Manila,University of Santo Tomas,Universidad Central de Madrid,University of Paris, Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg | Organization | La Solidaridad, La Liga Filipina | Religion | Roman Catholicism | ...

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  • Chpater 8 Nolie Me Tangere Published in Berli(1887)

    after enduring so much sufferings, because his first novel Noli Me Tangere camoe off the press in March, 1887. Like the legendary “Santa Claus”, Dr. Maximo Viola, his friend from Bulacan, arrived in Berlin at the height of his despondency and loaned him the needed funds to publish the novel. Idea of Writing...

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