• hahaha
    1.2 Why rizal was chosen to be the national hero In an interview with Asuncion Lopez Bantug, Narcisa Rizal’s granddaughter, I was told that the young Jose Rizal was very conscious about his looks because he had a big head and a frail body and was small for his age. He was fascinated by stories of higantes...
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  • Jose Rizal’s Life (Movie Review)
    Philippines, it is really important to be acquainted with the life of our national hero here in our own country and that is certainly about the biography of Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Besides reading books about the history or biography of our national hero, another one good way for us to make it more understandable is...
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  • Jose Rizal, an exemplary leader
    Jose Rizal, An Exemplary Leader Many were still debating on the credibility of Jose Rizal as the national hero of the Philippines. Many assumes that he was an American hero for he was appointed by the Americans. Others believed that Bonifacio was the real hero for he was the one who fought the battle...
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  • Bayaning 3rd World
    old film shows the Philippine National Symbols accompanied by a Filipiῆiana music. The purpose of showing our national symbols in the film is to tell us how it important and how it symbolized our country and through this, it come-up with our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. In 1997, director Mike de Leon...
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  • The Rizal Law and It's Significance Today
    JOURNAL ASSESSMENT: THE RIZAL LAW AND IT'S SIGNIFICANCE TODAY My initial ideas about the Rizal law was that it was another uninteresting legislative document that needs to be understood and memorized. Being a teenager, that's my way of thinking. I figured that since it is a law, it will tackle all...
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  • Relevance of Rizal Today
    Relevance of Rizal Today The liberty in our hands, the probability that our country can achieve economic and social prosperousness on its own, and the denomination our motherland had received which is all known in almost around the world. These are the products that a great man entrusted to us, the...
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  • The Smirk
    Yukie Ito LF1V The Smirk We’ve known Rizal as a serious person, a poet and a patriot. But behind those curtains lies a different hero, different from what we’ve learned. Just like a normal person, Jose Rizal also knows how to have fun. His whole life is not only spent by writing novels, being a...
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  • “111th Anniversary of Dr. Jose P. Rizal’s Martyrdom” a Reaction Paper
    upcoming new year, it was pleasant to realize that some people still took time to commemorate the death of our national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Palpable evidence was this editorial article on Rizal I had stumbled upon while skimming over the entire content of the Tempo tabloid… The article commenced...
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  • Humorous Truths Behind a Hero’s Verve
    hero’s verve (‘Rizal without the overcoat’ book review) Introduction Everyone can be a hero. A hero, as defined is the person who did an extraordinary thing for the benefits of other individuals. Every personality has its own capability to stand out and be the best they can be. Rizal is one. He is...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding
    eye-opener. Being one of the thousands, if not millions, of   students who memorized the national flower, the national tree and the national hero without question,   I never really learned why Rizal is our national hero. I just took it for what it is, the same way people from before took the earth to be...
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  • Me Myself and I
    “ What I have learned and embibed fom Dr. Jose P Rizal, as a Filipino and a hero.” Jose RizalRizal…. Jose and another Jose Rizal, we can see this name everywhere. Some places, some school, restaurant or even a coffee shop are named after him. We can see his faces in a one peso coin, in a book, in...
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  • “111th Anniversary of Dr. Jose P. Rizal’s Martyrdom”
    upcoming new year, it was pleasant to realize that some people still took time to commemorate the death of our national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Palpable evidence was this editorial article on Rizal I had stumbled upon while skimming over the entire content of the Tempo tabloid… The article commenced...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding
    asked, should Jose Rizal be the Philippine's national hero? Maybe, it depends on what we mean by national hero. If we define a hero as one who overcomes challenges that would break other people and did it with class and dignity, then yes I nominate him. Rizal is more than the greatest hero of the Filipino...
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  • Dr. Jose Rizal
    Biography of Dr. Jose Rizal Jose Rizal’s full name is Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal Merchado Y Alonzo. He is the 7th out of 11 children he is born in June 19 1861 His birth place was calamba, laguna his nationality is Filipino he has 10 or more languages known his contributions are El Filibustirismo...
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  • Ang Hahah
    Why was Rizal considered as our national hero? Why not Bonifacio, Aguinaldo, and Mabini? First of all we should clarify the meaning of a hero to make it quite simple to understand how Rizal became one. A hero symbolizes goodness. Rizal gave us freedom by using goodness. Jose Rizal became the Philippine...
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  • Bayaning 3rd World
    ask them about Jose Rizal is that he is our national hero— idol and he is found in our 1-peso coin— icon. Sad to say that, in our modern times today, people have very limited knowledge about our national hero. The facts above are the only two things most of us know about Jose Rizal but for historians...
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  • Waka
    PAPER IN JOSE RIZAL MOVIE Jose P. Rizal, known as the national hero of the Philippines shown his life history covered from his childhood to his execution at the hands of the Spanish military on 19 century on the movie who performed by Caesar Montano, a Filipino actor. I also viewed how and why he written...
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  • RIZAL
    Ma. Margarita C. Mauel BSBAE – 4A Rizal Without the Overcoat by Ambeth R. Ocampo “Jose Rizal’s greatest misfortune was being acknowledged as National Hero of the Philippines” Was Jose Rizal an American sponsored hero? - The Americans over emphasized Rizal and has pushed other heroes inobscurity...
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  • Dr. Rizal: Epitome of the Filipino People
    Dr, Jose Rizal: The true epitome of the Filipino People I just remembered last week that my friend sent a link regarding Rizal’s proclamation as a hero. I was very shocked at what I read because of the statement that Rizal isn’t actually explicitly proclaimed officially as a National Hero. It contradicts...
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  • Dynamite Won’t Explode Without Fire
    died for their native land. Dr. Jose Rizal represents the ink, while Andres Bonifacio stands for the sword. More than a century had passed; and the reason of their death is now being enjoyed by the Filipinos. Dr. Jose Rizal was proclaimed as the National hero, and Andres Bonifacio’s birthday is also...
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