STUDENT NUMBER
MIDTERM GRADE
REMARKS
5101110
85.12
PASSED
5101031
84.41
PASSED
5091146
78.78
PASSED
5101037
73.58
FAILED
5101059
87.46
PASSED
4071046
70.53
FAILED
5101057
87.38
PASSED
5101146
79.42
PASSED
5101068
84.70
PASSED
5091056
77.28
PASSED
5091021
81.38
PASSED
5101119
81.08
PASSED
5101141
62.26
DROPPED
5061037
79.51
PASSED
5101113
90.90
PASSED
5091049
79.28
PASSED
5101020
81.00
PASSED
5101093
92.12
PASSED
5101103
87.32
PASSED
5081085
75.08
PASSED
5091011
81.88
PASSED
5101050
82.50
PASSED
5101022
84.50
PASSED
5101001
83.50
PASSED
5091055
78.18
PASSED
5092008
86.32
PASSED
5101015
83.57
PASSED
5101013
84.53
PASSED
5101053
80.90
PASSED
5101072
85.10
PASSED
5101115
79.20
PASSED
5101017
86.90
PASSED
5101008
83.00
PASSED
5101014
84.62
PASSED
5101106
82.53
PASSED
5101005
84.00
PASSED

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

REYLINDA E. SIMON
Friday 10:30am-1:30pm

The Expedition of Ferdinand Magellan is about searching the island of spices or Moluccas but he found out unexpectedly he discovered Philippines from that time the name Philippines is not already exist until the expedition of Roy Lopez De Villalobos in 1543. When Ferdinand Magellan and his European Crew sailed from San Lucas De Barrameda for an expedition to search or spices, these folks landed on the Philippines after their voyage from other proximate areas. The place where landed their ship in Samar Leyte called Mazaua (is on small island but rich in natural resources and gold. Anthonio De Herrara Y. Tordesillas) is the only historian whose faithful account of the Mazaua incident with the correct name-Mazaua.
On March 31, 1521 an Easter Sunday, Magellan ordered a mass to be celebrated which was afficiated by Fiar Pedro Valderama, the Andalusion Chaplain of the fleet, the only priest them, the holy first mass marked the birth of roman Catholicism in the Philippines on the same day, Magellan instructed his comrades to plant a cross on the top of the hill overlooking the sea, Southwest of the island as shown in the map of Mazaua in all the extant French manuscripts of Antonio Pigafetta. Who recorded the event said after the cross was erected in position, each of them repeated a Pater Noster and a Ave Maria, and adored the cross; and king Culambo and Siaiu did them(Culambo and Siaiu were the first natives of the Archipelago). Magellan then took ownership of the islands where he had landed in the name of king Charles V. which he had named earlier on March 16, 1521 an Archipelago of St. Lazarus because it was the day of the Saint when the Armada reached the Archipelago.
From now on the debate between Mazaua and Butuan was not finally finished on what place was the first mass happen here in the Philippines. I preferred that the first mass during the expedition of Magellan is in Butuan because the named Limasawa is not found in any primary or secondary account of Magellans Voyage, It is not found in any language of the Philippines Limasawa is the name of a tiny island of West of Paraon in Southeast Leyte and East of Bohol. In Historical name Carlo Armerettis, who unfortunately made his own geographical Bluder. He was conservator at the Ambrosiana library at Milan where he discover the lost Italian Manuscript of Pigaffeta in 1798, Armerettis lost no time transcribing the codex in a fottrole said Magellan’s Mazawa may be the “limasava” found in the map of the Philippines. That the W was absent the alphabets of Spanish Portuges Italian and other Roman language. Congresswoman Ching Plaza of Agusan Del Norte Butuan city filed a bill in congress contesting the Limasawa Hypothesis and asserting the sile of first mass in Butuan. That the testimony where Limasawa the site of Magellan’s was held is hereby declared in natural shrine to commutated the birth of Christianity in the Philippines as affirmed four times by the institute in June 1960, Republic act no.2723 called “Limasawa Law” was erected without being signed by the President of the Philippines.

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