• Rizal's Retraction
    Jose Rizal’s Retraction Controversy The debate still continues if Dr. Jose Rizal, our national hero, really retracted? This has been the greatest controversy which is most talked about Rizal. He is recognized for the novels he had written during the Spanish period. Because of these courageous...
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  • Narrative Report
    115th Death Anniversary of the foremost National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, at Fort Santiago, Rizal Park, Manila, December 30, 2011. Prof. Lapuz talked on "Rizal and the Meaning of his Life in the 21st century". * Prof. Jose David Lapuz was guest of Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn, Mayor of City Government of...
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  • Rizal10
    Filipinos was proud of. It is the birth of the National Hero Dr. Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda. A hero where only few of us know what really his life is. Only those who studied it. As a matter of fact not all Filipino know the whole name of our national hero. That's why in this...
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  • Trial and Death of Andres Bonifacio (a Reflection)
    of Rizal when he got the title of being our “Philippine National Herowhy not Bonifacio which results to the existence of pro-Bonifacio and anti-Rizal or pro-Rizal and anti-Bonifacio. The comparison of these two personalities and made endless debate of who should be our national hero is much...
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  • Essay Rizal
    . Ostensibly our interstate hero, Dr. Jose Rizal still subsists in ontological epoch, he would aptly be applying his erudite dexterity reversely to the pompous President Pnoy. Rizal covets genuine metamorphosis, and Aquino’s administration has not outdo it yet, alternatively, he burlesqued number games on...
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  • Paciano
    YES! Paciano should be considered a hero! Justification: Paciano without a doubt was a great hero. He was just kinda outshined by his younger brother, jose. I'd say our national hero's patriotism was highly influenced by him, he was an idol kuya in the eyes of Jose Rizal. Father Jose Burgos...
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  • El Fili
    Kabata [To My Fellow Youth], which, as any Filipino schoolteacher will tell you, was written by the national hero, Jose Rizal, when he was only eight years old. Even though generations of children have heard this poem hailed as an example of Rizal’s natural genius, a few academics such as Virgilio...
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  • Rizal Visitation
    tide level. Philippine’s National Hero, Jose Rizal, was imprisoned here for almost two months before his execution in 1896.” These are some of the information the members gathered after they watch the free film in Teatro in Intramuros Visitation Center. Luckily they have the chance to visit Fort...
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  • Rizal
    taken by the Taft Commission to honor our greatest hero and martyr. What is the Rizal Law or R.A.1425? An Act to include in the Curricula of All Public and Private Schools, Colleges and Universities courses on the Life Works and Writings of JOSE RIZAL, particularly his novels NOLI ME...
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  • Jose Rizal as Asian Hero
    bargain had been struck between our national hero and his jailers. * * * Most of the articles in support of Jose Rizal’s retraction were written years after his execution and gives enough reason to suspect its motive. I believe the purpose was to frighten Filipinos against fighting...
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  • rizal a hero
    . Not just that, we also become victims of social abuse — choosing the influential and powerful over the immobilized. Did anything change? Nonetheless, yes. We now denounce the race of our own. These analyses led me to a certain conclusion. If Dr. Jose Rizal were only living, he would have continued...
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  • Film Evaluation
    are symbols of power in the country. Personal Comments/Evaluation of the Movie The movie Jose Rizal is a great interpretation of the Philippines tragic history, it tells the life of our national hero Jose Rizal and it shows his life from his childhood to his...
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  • Thesis
    dungeon of the main square or Plaza de Armas, and national hero Jose Rizal’s former prison, Rizal Shrine. The bronze footsteps on the fort’s ground represent the final steps Rizal took from his cell to his execution site. There is also a light and sound museum narrating the heroic life and the final poem...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding and Freedom of Conscience
    factors that we failed to talk about over the years because they were not in our history books. Rizal, being our national hero, used writing to fight to gain our freedom from the Spaniards unlike Andres Bonifacio, he lead the KKK. Mr. Renato Constantino wants the Filipinos to analyze why Jose Rizal...
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  • 19th century
    amendment and expressed: "The people who would eliminate the books of Rizal from the schools...would bot out from our minds the memory of the national hero...this is not a fight against Recto but a fight against Rizal...now that Rizal is dead and they can no longer attempt at his life, they are...
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  • Reflection Paper
    REACTION PAPER REGARDING THE FILM JOSE RIZAL The film was so very awesome by emphasizing the patriotism of our national hero who was Jose Protacio Rizal Mercardo y Alonzo Realonda also known as Dr. Jose Rizal. I appreciated the film because the characters act nicely and wholeheartedly with...
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  • WIIFM
    more so. That is the question of why after such an auspicious beginning, we’ve reached such a pathetic ending. Why after a grand and heroic time—having to debate who is the grander hero, Rizal or Bonifacio, is an embarrassment of riches—we’ve reached a miserable and pedestrian pass. Why after a time...
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  • Philippine Heroes and Writings
    Rizal’s execution. * MISCONCEPTIONS: * Rizal became the National Hero because of the Americans. (NO. Rizal was proclaimed as our National Hero by the First Philippine Republic) * Rizal Never supported the national independence movement of the Philippines. (NO. Rizal...
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  • Rizal Heroic Book
    Life of our National Hero Jose Rizal Table of Contents Jose Rizal’s Biography…………………………………………..4 Jose Rizal’s photo gallery………………………………………....7 The Mercado Family…………………………………………….8 Mercado Family photos…………………………………………...9 Rizal’s early childhood…………………………………………..11 In Calamba...
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  • Detailed Lesson Plan
    ., 2 the Capture of his Mother “Dona Lolay” who was misaccused of poisoning her brother. Pepe also had the chance to see the present world. He had known that his name became big and that He was considered to be the Philippines’ National Hero. However, he knew that he is going to die and did not...
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