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    What Is An Educated Filipino abuse it, and take it if you can! As I read the essay of Francisco Benitez entitled what is an educated Filipino, I end up realizing that its not only the knowledge... Premium What Is An Educated Filipino Educated Filipino? -Francisco Benitez 1 What is an educated...
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  • American Literary Periods
    " because the government covered all their expenses. In return, they were to teach or work in government offices after they finished their studies. Some examples of these successful Filipino scholars were Judge José Abad Santos,Francisco Benitez, Dr. Honoria Sison and Francisco Delgado. Many elementary...
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  • Kabataan Sa Makabagong Henerasyon
    and Success, the first volume of essays in Ebglish. In that year Zoilo M. Galang also published anoher book of essays, Master of Destiny. Among the early essay writers might be mentioned F.M. Africa, Francisco Benitez, Jorge Bacobo, Amador Daguio, Leandro Fernandez, M.M. Kalaw, Pedro de la Llana, I.V...
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    provide for the education of every member of the society, it follows that an educated Filipino must possess three characteristics as enumerated by Francisco Benitez in his essayWhat is an Educated Filipino?”. First is the power to do which embraces not only the ability of the Filipinos to produce...
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    Amando G. Dayrit 30. Short Stories Imitation of foreign models Ignacio Manlapaz, Godefredo Rivera, Federico Mangahas, Francisco B. Icasiano, Salvador P. Lopez, Jose Lansang and Amando G. Dayrit 31. Francisco Benitez What is an Educated Filipino First editor of Philippine Journal of Education Dean of...
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  • Educated Filipino
    responsibility is to provide for the education of every member of the society, it follows that an educated Filipino must possess three characteristics as enumerated by Francisco Benitez in his essayWhat is an Educated Filipino?” 2. According to the author, what is the first quality should...
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  • The American Era
    * Filipino writers went into all forms of literature like news, reporting, poetry, stories, plays, essays, novels, etc. Their writings clearly depicted their love of country and their longings for independence. * Imitation soon faded, writers began to turn to: native ideas and circumstances...
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  • Literature in English
    English reach? What readers did Tagalog, Cebuano, Filipino reach? These questions had earlier bothered writers like Casiano T. Calalang, who asked, in an essay in the Philippines Herald Magazine in 1927, p.8: “How Shall We Write?” He pointed out the characteristics of Tagalog: floridity, sentimentalism...
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  • Phil .Literature
    education in public schools.  Free public education made knowledge and information accessible to a greater number of Filipinos. Those who availed of this education through college were able to improve their social status and joined a good number of educated masses who became part of the country’s...
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  • What Is an Educated Filipino
    take it if you can! As I read the essay of Francisco Benitez entitled “what is an educated Filipino”, I end up realizing that it’s not only the knowledge being taught in school can let others to call us an educated one but it is also on how we deal to our fellowmen, to our country, and of course to...
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    improve their social status and joined a good number of educated masses who became part of the country’s middle class.        The use of English as medium of instruction introduced Filipinos to Anglo-American modes of thought, culture and life ways that would be embedded not only in the literature...
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  • Philippine Literature
    , save for certain coastal cities. The long period of Spanish rule was marked by numerous uprisings. Towards the latter half of the 19th century, European-educated Filipinos or ilustrados (such as the Chinese Filipino national hero Jose Rizal) began to criticize the excesses of Spanish rule and...
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  • American Regime - Philippine Literature
    LAOAG by Proceso Sebastian PERIOD OF IMITATION 1919 UP College Folio published the works of the First Filipino Writers in English Writers of UP College Folio Fernando Maramag (the best editorial writer of this period) Juan F. Salazar Jose M. Hernandez Vicente del Fierro Francisco M. Africa...
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  • Ang Kaisipanjg Pilipino Batay Sa Sini9Ng Biswal by Alice Guilermo
    , she found it useful to collect five of her critical essays in A Gentle Subversion: Essays on Philippine Fiction in English (1998). Hidalgo's critical essays, which reflects her interest in fictional writing by Filipino women, serves a much-needed contribution to a developing body of feminist...
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  • Development of Philippine Literature
    social problems 1921 – Zoilo M. Galang published Life and Success,the first volume of essays in English 1924 – Thinking for Ourselves appeared edited by Vicente M. Hilario and Eliseo Quirino Master of Destiny by Zoilo M. Galang Essayists: Francisco Benitez, Jorge Bocobo, Amador T. Daguio...
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    graduation, she married UP College of Education Dean Francisco Benítez, with whom she had four children. Márquez-Benítez later became a teacher at the University of the Philippines, who taught short-story writing and had become an influential figure to many Filipino writers in the English language...
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  • Phillipine Literary Periods
    . Planted seeds of nationalism in Filipinos 2. Language shifted from Spanish to Tagalog 3. Addressed the masses instead of the “intelligentsia” B. Literary Forms 1. Propaganda Literature - Reformatory in objective a. Political Essays – satires, editorials and news articles were...
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  • Paper Works
    Dapat Mabatid ng mga Tagalog" (What the Filipinos Should Know), by Andres Bonifacio (1863–1896), rallied Filipinos in the struggle against Spain. The essay "Kalayaan" (Freedom), by Emilio Jacinto (1875–1899), asserts that freedom is a basic right of all human beings. Along with the revolutionary...
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  • A Night in the Hills
    influential figure to many Filipino writers in the English language, such as Loreto Paras-Sulit, Paz M. Latorena, Arturo Belleza Rotor, Bienvenido N. Santos and Francisco Arcellana. The annually held Paz Marquez-Benitez Lectures in thePhilippines honors her memory by focusing on the contribution of...
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    What is an Educated Filipino? by Francisco Benitez (An Excerpt) What is an educated Filipino and what qualities should distinguish him today? The conception of education and of what an educated man is varied in response to fundamental changes in the details and aims of society. In our...
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