Assignment No. 3 in Rizal's Life and Works (1st Sem, AY 2011-2012)

1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."


2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium  and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.


3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?

40 comments:

Anonymous said...

Norgee B. Parreno
BSIT
Friday 10-1

1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."

Ans.

* It was year 1882,when Rizal started to travel. He was abroad to a Spanish vessel name "Salvadora" and there were 37 people who are aboard on that vessel, 35 were Spanish and 1 Englishman and himself.

*Their first pit stop was Singapore, Where Rizal roamed and had a hard time looking for a "Zoo" and he met a Malay who cannot understand Spanish,so what he did he draw a figure of a "cow" and then the Malay understood him that he was indeed looking for a zoo.

*And there were 2 characteristics observed during his travel:
1.Inattentiveness to saints(catholic faith).
2.He began to get curious with other religion.


2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.

Ans.

Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo are Propaganda Painters during late 19th century, and they are based in Europe. Juan Luna painted "Spoliarium",while Felix Hidalgo created "Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob", which won 1st and 2nd place on Exposición Nacional de Bellas Artes in 1884.These paintings are considered as one of the
highlights of Filipino Propaganda movement in Europe,Because in the late 19th century Spanish Colonizers considered Filipinos as unpolished and languid country, not ready to
govern themselves.And because of these statements Rizal wrote "The Indolence of the Filipino
People". Filipinos in Europe during that time threw a small party for the said victory and Rizal interpreted Spoliarium as a symbol of 'Our social, moral, and
political life: humanity unredeemed, reason and aspiration in open fight with prejudice,
fanaticism, and injustice.

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?

Ans.

"The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is an
upright judgment, generosity in the exercise of Our rights, and
perseverance in adversity. And a son pays the greatest honor to his
parents with his honesty and good name; let the son never make his
father tremble with indignation or with shame, and God will provide
the rest....

Anonymous said...

Pagaling, Fherly F.
2nd Year BSHRM
Rizal’s Life and Works
Thursday 7:00am to 10:00am

1. In a “Voyage to a New World, I have learned that:

a. Studying and learning new things will help us achieve our missions in life.

b. No man is an island. We should learn how to be friendly and respectful others despite of our differences in nationalities and beliefs.

c. Our curiosity may lead us either to success or failure, but at least we learned out of it.

2. The Spoliarium painting of Juan Luna portrays defeated gladiators in the arena being dragged into a pile of other corpses. A Spoliarium was a room in the amphitheatres in ancient Rome. Defeated and badly wounded gladiators where brought to this room and executed after the fights.

The Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob of Félix Resurrección Hidalgo is a landmark painting depicting the persecution of Christians in Ancient Rome. It portrays two scantily clothed Christian female slaves being mocked by a group of boorish Roman male onlookers. They are young virgins cornered by a mob of sexually hungry Roman men.
These two were revolutionary paintings. Painted during the Spanish colonial times in the Philippines, it has been suggested that these paintings intended to portray the harshness and discrimination of Spaniards to Filipinos.

Dr. Jose Rizal praised the two artists and the significance of their works. The two paintings greatly demonstrate Rizal's ideas on nationalism. Rizal believed that the paintings of Luna and Hidalgo embodied the essence of our social, moral, and political life: humanity in severe ordeal, humanity unredeemed, reason and idealism in open struggle with prejudice, fanaticism, and injustice. The two paintings deeply showed how Rizal viewed Filipinos who are full of miseries and have been stripped of their dignity by Spain.

The two paintings present human spoilage and spoils, with human spoilage more related to Luna's Spoliarium while the human spoils to Hidalgo's The Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob.

3. According to Dr. Jose Rizal, the best legacy that parents can leave to their children is an upright judgment, generosity in the exercise of our rights, and perseverance in adversity. For Rizal, religion is the holiest of things and he pays the greatest honor to his parents for making him a good Christian which greatly helped him to make good decisions in life.

Sometimes knowledge is what leads people to ruin but because of the good legacy that his parents gave him, Rizal did not fail in his duties as a real Christian and Filipino.

Anonymous said...

Rowena Munoz
Beed

*I LEARNED THE VOYAGE A NEW WORD in retrospect.it is somewhat surprising that what is today considered one of the most important voyage is history was something of a failure at the time.Columbus had promised to find a new quicker rote to the lucrative chines trade market and he failed miserable.instead of hold full of chines silk and spices he returned with some trinkets and few bedraggled native from Hispaniola.some ten more had perished on the voyage in addition
*the significance of the Luna spoliarium hidalgos christian virgin exposed to the mod,vis a vis Rizal ideas on nationalism.

Anonymous said...

Lady Anne Francisco.
BSIT

1. The things that I have learned in this chapter are if you have a dream you should pursue it. And study hard to achieve the goal you want.

2. The significance of Luna and Hidalgo’s work to Rizal is jealousy because the two artists are known in many cities than Rizal at his time when he was in Spain.

3. According to Rizal the best legacy that are parents can leave us is the Education.

Anonymous said...

Edjamil T Salaya
ACT-II
1)I can learned the a voyage of to a new world because will be a adventure to a Rizal to the Singapore, India, Malaysia, Celyon,Europe etc.
2)when a rizal has playing a chess to the thirty five spanish then one englishmen has one filipino that a ship salvadora.
3)Rizal will be change the ship djeanah because is a modern ship but thinking rizal was during to the singapore.
2)The painting a spolirium of juan luna was dedicated of rizal but he was a friend we suppossed that the spolirium and monalisa painting of juan luna provided by of rizal's hidalgo was a christian virgin exposed to he mob was won a silver medal in 1884 national exposition of fine art but will be destroyed in a fire of university valladolid in spain.
3)Because will be learned that parents he always to make proud rizal was learned this mother a story of gamu gamu
but wil no listen a little children gamu gamu but always to need a fire

Anonymous said...

Rodel G. Paron
BSIT-2nd yr

1. the first thing i learned is that Rizal was good in sketching, he drew every faces of the people who aboard the ship. second is that, he made friends with the Spaniards and an Englishmen while they were playing chess and Rizal beat all the players he fought and the 3rd is that, Rizal was went to every places and he went to a zoo to see every animals in there.

2. in Luna's painting, the significance is that Rizal thought of the Filipino who are being punished by the Spaniards, who fought and had a revolt in them, they were executed by death penalty, like the execution of the GOMBURZA, who happens to be executed in front of the crowded people..
while in Hidalgo's painting, Rizal thought of the Filipino women who are being abused and Sexually harassed by the Spaniards..

3. The best legacy that the parents can leave to their children is that the Education that can enhance their dignity, ability and the aspects of being a good Filipino, to proved to the whole world that the Filipino is good at everything, and to be respectful to other. and also to make the Filipino nations a proud.

Anonymous said...

Jona Rose Escopel
BSE-English

1) The three things that I've learned in the Charter7 entitled "A Voyage to a New World"
are; First I've learned that Rizal is a thrifty man for he was able to use his 356pesos in is voyage and still had a savings of 15pesos after of his voyage.
next one is that, Rizal had this insensitivity to his religion for he became curios of other religions.And lastly, I've learned that Rizal was a keen observer in terms of nature and the people that he encountered.
2) The significance of Luna's Spolarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins exposed to the Mob in Rizal's idea on nationalism is that, because of this two masterpieces the two artist were able to show their sympathy on what had happened to their country, that Rizal knew that he would also do something worth for his country.
3) According to Rizal,the best legacy that parents can leave to their children is only EDUCATION.

Anonymous said...

Hameda S. Manalasal
BSIT-2
Friday(10-1)


1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."


-I've learned a lot in that chapter but the most important things I have learned was how to face the challenges into our lives,equality and how to respect the other.



2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.

- it seems to me that the whole monologue was said in great and to give shape to that mutual understanding between two races that love and care for each othend-united morally, socially, and politically for the space of four centuries, so that they may form in the future a single nation in spirit, in duties, in aims, in right




3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?

-I think the best legacy that parents can leave to their children is how to respect other and and how to value the education.

Anonymous said...

Rebutazo.E
1.The three things that I have learned in the chapter a Voyage to a new world, first for being thrifty,second for being insensivity to his religion, and the last one is for being observer in every people he mingled.
2.The significance of Lunas Spolarium in Rizals ideas on the nationalism,because of the Lunas Spolarium Rizal felt insecure of Lunas painting, that’s the reason why Rizal tried to show his talent, he expressed his ability to draw but he failed.
3.The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is to give them companionship and understanding and foremost to furnish them with a good and wholesome education.

Anonymous said...

Andriano,Bonelita A.
BSHRM-III
Thursday 7:00-10:00

1. During the Voyage he carefully observed the people and the things on board the steamer. There were sixteen passengers.He was the only Filipino and the rest were Spaniards, British, and Indian Negroes. To kill boredom of the voyage, Rizal played chess with his fellow passengers. then he defeated them many times for he was a good chess player. Rizal departed on board the Spanish steamer salvadora bound for Singapore with tears in his eyes and gloom in his head, He gazed the receding skyline of Manila. then took his pencil and paper and sketched it as it vanished in view. He was be able to be friend foreigners from the various nations that he visited and immerse himself in western culture that influenced his liberal and progressive politics. The Salvadora docked at Singapore.He stayed at hotel de la paz and spent two days on a sightseeing soiree of the city. He saw the famous Botanical Garden then beautiful buddhist templates,the busy shopping distinct.

2. It emphasized the violation of human rights by the colonizers of Spain. In the harmonious relationship between the red and the center of the painting and shade of green in the darkness. He creates a division because of this, one half shows the horror of dragged corpse and on the other, the mourning of the lady.Because of the contrast in color, the point of interest is able to draw attention. This is because Juan Luna express life thru body. By Painting the body larger than any other parts emphasized life and doing shows dominance to attract attention. It shows the underbelly of the roman Colosseum, showing the careasses Spanish Colonialism in the Philippines, exposing the gruesome and unjust nature of their rule.

3. The greatest legacy that parents can leave to their children is EDUCATION. To set good example of upright living. We need to excel in your higher studies. You need to be wise in taking decisions. This will lead you to a rewarding future.Build upon the good foundation that has already been laid at school and prove that you are worthy sons and daughters of your parents who are striving always to provide all your needs

Anonymous said...

Alindoy,Michelle
BSIT-II

1)
1.I learned that Rizal is good at playing chess.
2.Rizal was good at sketching faces of the people who aboard the Salvadora.
3.Rizal loves animals because he was looking for the zoo while he was on the trip.

2) In Rizal ideas of nationalism has a significance to the spoliarium like Filipino people who had a revolt to the spaniards and punish by death.
While in Christian Virgins exposed to the Mob is like the Filipino women whom the spaniards sexually harassed.

3) The best legacy that can leave to their children is when the parents care and love their children. And most of all when they teach their children to be god fearing.

Anonymous said...

Edem,Cayleen
Bsit-II

1. i learned that Rizal is a silent person although he made friends with the 35 spanish and one english man.
and rizal drew a cow to the malay to communicate with him to know where the zoo is.
and lastly,Rizal change the ship to aboard in other place.
2.The spoliarium is like the Filipino people whom the spaniards treated like a slaved while hidalgo's painting is like a Filipina who was harassed and assaulted by the spaniards .

3. the legacy of the parents that could give to their children is having a strong faith to God,respect to the elders and the moral views to the person.

harold peter q medina said...

harold peter q medina
bshrm2ndyr
1.novel
2.art.
3.moot

Anonymous said...

Jazzen C. Alas
BSIT-2

1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."

a. Ive learned that Rizal was very loved by his family cause when he went to abroad to
pursue his dreams his brother Paciano gave him 356php which is very big in that time in
order him to travel, also his sister gave him a Diamond Ring when he is short in his money
he can SANGLA it, and Rizal value it.

b. He value Education, cause education puts you high in your life and education is important
and Rizal not spending time with other he pursue his study even if it has a racism.

c. Rizal was adventurous, elegant and friendly cause he travels around the globe, elegant cause
when he was a teenager he has plenty of money and he drew every people he met that why he is
friendly.

2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.

*From the painting you will first see that the higher people they do not gave love to the poor
they abused them cause they treat them a slave. Also no equality in the painting, the poor people
were slave by the rich people and the higher position was no mercy. The two paintings signifies
the slavery between spaniards and pilipinos.

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?

*The Education, cause everywhere you go you have your education and you can rely on. Values and
fear to god is important.

Anonymous said...

Hernia, Riza N. BSIT ( fri 10:00-1:00 )
1)
a)I learn that Rizal wrote in a diary for the future because he know that in the future, his life is studied.
b)Rizal followed the culture in the other country.
c)I learn that when Rizal's time, filipino people unknown in the other country.

2)

3)I think the best legacy that parents can leave to their children is the knowledge of learning. Because when you are nothing education you must be oppress.

vanessajavier said...

Vanessa Javier BSIT Tuesday7:00-10:00am

1. The first ting that Ive learn in the chapter "A Voyage to a new World" was showing great love for the family members like what Paciano and Sturnina showed to their brother Jose Rizal.Paciano gave Jose Rizal a pocket money worth P356 while Saturnina gave him a diamong necklace for his traveling abroad.They loved their brother so much showed cared for him because he would going to a far place.Second was a loyalty to the country Although Rizal were in abroad, he always think for his beloved country and the good for his fellowmen.He was so proud of being a Filipino.He went to different countries and observed thats why he found out that if other countries can fight and claimed their lands why not the Philippines.The third was the perseverance to pursue and to strive your goal.Like Jose Rizal he doesn't stop dreaming and aiming high for himself.He wanted to show that he can excel in anything thats why he studied singing, fencing, other famous languages and etc. He keep believing himself that he can do everything and thats inspired many Filipinos.
2.Rizal saw in Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo's paintings the reflection of what the Philippines state look at that time.It brings message like the Spanish cruelty,unfairness and inequality thats why it came to Rizals mind to show nationalism by writing a novels to open the mind of his fellowmen and send it to the Philippines to inspire them to fought for their land.
3. According to Jose Rizal the best legacy that parents can leave to their children were upright judgement where a good parents should teach their children to have a fair view to everyone Another was generosity in the excercise of our right that means that everyone has their own choices and freewill or being not dictated by anyone. And the last was perseverance in adversity that means we have to face all the troubles that we may encounter in our lives. We have to be strong in facing all those trials because that will make us tough in the future.

Anonymous said...

illmark santos said...
willmark santos
BSIT



1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."
ans.
*CHILDHOOD TRAVELS
*SCHOOLING AT ATENEO DE MANILA
*Course TO SPAIN

2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.

ans.
*Spoliarium is the art can see the blood body see the murder people.
*Christian virgins Exposed to the Mob is the art see the body of girl virgins..

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?
ans.

*To be a good example in children and give a good name and a afraid of god.

Anonymous said...

Queen Rose Solis
BSIT-II

1.The three things that I have learned in A voyage to a new world is the three reasons of rizals infertility

1.Opposition of his mother.
2.difficulty with which a new writter how ever recognized and acdaimen in his home
3.to finish his career.

3.According to Rizal The best legacy that parents can leave to theire children i an upright judgement generosity in the exercise of our rights and perseverance in adversity.

Anonymous said...

BALLESTEROS GENETH JOY
BSHRM-2

1.In the chapter A VOYAGE TO A NEW WORLD i learn how Rizal socialize to the other people.I also learn that if you are visiting other country you will gain more friends,ideas about the places,and you will discovered some places,

2.The Spoliarium is a painting by Filipino artist Juan Luna. The painting was submitted by Luna to the Exposición Nacional de Bellas Artes in 1884, where it garnered a gold medal. In 1886, It currently hangs in the main gallery at the ground floor of the National Museum of the Philippines, and is the first work of art that greets visitors upon entry into the museum. the creation of the eponymous painting and Juan Luna's trial for the murder of his wife.

The Christian Virgins Exposed to the Populace is a famous 1884 history painting by Filipino painter, reformist, and propagandist, Félix Resurrección Hidalgo.The painting is alternately known as The Christian Virgins Exposed to the Rabble, Christian Virgins Presented to the Populace The Christian Virgins Being Exposed to the Populace, and Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob. during the 1884 Exposicion General de Bellas Artes in Madrid, Spain, also known as the Madrid Exposition. the painting was a landmark achievement that proved the ability of Filipinos to match the work of Spaniards and laid claim to Filipino participation in European culture.


3.Rizal:The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is an
upright judgment, generosity in the exercise of our rights, and
perseverance in adversity. And a son pays the greatest honor to his
parents with his honesty and good name; let the son never make his
father tremble with indignation or with shame, and God will provide
the rest.

Anonymous said...

No, Daneca C.
BSIT

1.
- I've learned that this chapter talks about the different travels of Jose Rizal,the values and knowledge he acquired, friends he met during his travels, the places he visits and what happened there, and the special friends of Rizal.
-this chapter also deal with the fascination of Rizal and the rather bad opinions in the places he visits.


2. Juan Luna wanted to depict the suffering of the people of his native country from colonial rule, and it is also depicts some of our patriot.

3. according to rizal the "The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is an
upright judgment, generosity in the exercise of our rights, and
perseverance in adversity. And a son pays the greatest honor to his
parents with his honesty and good name; let the son never make his
father tremble with indignation or with shame, and God will provide
the rest...."

Anonymous said...

Ecalne, Karl Eruel E.
BSIT-II FRI 10:00 - 1:00

1. Before Rizal get to his final destination he dropped by in some countries. I've learned in chapter 7: a voyage to a new world that we should be proud of our selves all over the world because even though our eyes are brown/black , tall and dark we have already proven to them that we can be like them and successful. Second we should give importance to our country even we are in abroad because our parent's gave us birth here and we grew here with your friends , love ones, family and enemy. And last I've learned traveling alone is to find the answers you’ve been seeking and discover the questions to all your unfounded thoughts.

2. I think Spolarium is like a Defeated and badly wounded gladiators where brought to this room and executed after the fights while the Christian Virgin's exposed to the mob shows a two Girl who have no choice but to give their body and was praying and begging for help and the men who was like hungry for sex, hungry for the body of the two poor girl.

3. The best legacy that parent's can leave to their children is the knowledge and love.

Anonymous said...

Tolentino, jhoyce BSA-II



1. In the chapter “A Voyage to a New World", I learned that the more we read and travel, the more we gain knowledge and discover stuff. I also learned that common language is important in communicating specially to foreign people. The more language we know the more we can communicate to each other. In that way we will not be cheated by other races. I learned that it is not only the Philippines who suffer from poverty. We are still luckier than other country.


2. The significance of Luna's "Spoliarium" and Hidalgo's "Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob" is it makes Rizal realize that there are injustices in the Philippines under Spanish colonization. In Luna’s painting, there is a depiction of Spanish cruelty while Hidalgo’s painting depicts the Roman cruelty.


3. According to Rizal, the best legacies that parents can leave to their children are upright judgment, generosity in exercise of our rights, and perseverance in adversity. The upright judgment means giving children choices in life and letting them know the disadvantages and advantages of their choice. The generosity in exercise of our rights is unselfish way of giving love to anyone without asking in return. Perseverance in adversity means how patient we are and how long we can take.

Anonymous said...

Garganera, Katherine C. BSA-I

1. In the topic of A voyage to a new world I have learned that through travelling around the world we will learn things that we do not know that is not in our country and through reading magazines and news paper we can gather information and data that can add to our knowledge. and i learned that language is not a barrier for a person to communicate with the other races, in this chapter Rizal communicate with other races through sketch and sign language.

2. luna' spoliarium and hidalgo's a christian virgin exposed to the mob shows the cruelty of spain through the filipinos, the unequal treatment, injustice under the spanish government.. this reminds us the sacrifices of our filipino ancestors during the colonization of spaniards through the Philippines.

3. according to Rizal the best legacy that parents can gave their children are upright judgement, or letting them do what they want and letting them know the disadvantage and advantage of it.generosity in exercise of our rights, it is giving love or rights to other in unselfish way, and perseverance in adversity, being patient through difficult things and hard times.

Anonymous said...

Tolentino, jhoyce BSA-II



1. In the chapter “A Voyage to a New World", I learned that the more we read and travel, the more we gain knowledge and discover stuff. I also learned that common language is important in communicating specially to foreign people. The more language we know the more we can communicate to each other. In that way we will not be cheated by other races. I learned that it is not only the Philippines who suffer from poverty. We are still luckier than other country.


2. The significance of Luna's "Spoliarium" and Hidalgo's "Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob" is it makes Rizal realize that there are injustices in the Philippines under Spanish colonization. In Luna’s painting, there is a depiction of Spanish cruelty while Hidalgo’s painting depicts the Roman cruelty.


3. According to Rizal, the best legacies that parents can leave to their children are upright judgment, generosity in exercise of our rights, and perseverance in adversity. The upright judgment means giving children choices in life and letting them know the disadvantages and advantages of their choice. The generosity in exercise of our rights is unselfish way of giving love to anyone without asking in return. Perseverance in adversity means how patient we are and how long we can take.

andebs said...

Ana Deborah B. Guerrero BSIT
Rizal life and Work's 10am to 1pm

1. The Three things that i have learned in the Chapter: "A Voyage to a New World"?

1. Pursue on the thing you want to get
2. Be proud of what province/ country you have.
3. Lie not for bad things but in good reason.




3. The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is best manner, knowledge
and good learning n school.

Claudine Lopez said...

Claudine Lopez
BSBAII

1. In the topic "A Voyage to a new World" , I learned that when you explore your self to another places you will learn more from others. You will learn something new.

2. The significance of luna's and hidalgo's is that we remembered the sacrifices of our ancestors from the humiliation of the spaniards.

3. According to Rizal the best legacy that the parents can gave to their children is the upright judgement, the generosity of our rights and perseverance in adversity.

Anonymous said...

Andriano,Andriano A.
BSHRM-III
Thursday 7:00-10:00



1.During the voyage carefully observed the people and things on board the steamer. There were sixteen passengers. He was the only Filipino and the rest were Spaniards, British, and Indian Negroes. To kill boredom of the voyage, Rizal played chess with his fellow passengers.He then defeated them many times for he was a good chess player. He was able to be friend foreigners from the various nations that he visited and immersed himself in western cultures that influenced his liberal and progressive politics. In this chapter I learned to be independent in life on how to manage our time in everything we do. We should to be strong whatever trials that we encounter in our life.

2.It emphasized he violation of human rights by the colonizers of Spain. In the hormonius relationship between the red in the center of the painting and shade of green in the darkness. He creates a division because of this, one half shows the horror of dragged corpse and the other, the mourning lady. Because of the contrast in color, the point of interest is able draw attention. This is because Juan Luna express life thru the body. By painting the body larger than any other parts emphasize life and doing so shows dominance to attract attention. It shows the underbelly of the roman colosseum,showing the careasses of the gladiators being hauled away. It is a metaphos for Spanish colonialism in the Philippines, exposing the gruesome and just nature of their rule.

3.The greatest legacy that the parents can leave to their children is EDUCATION. Is to set strong examples of upright living. We need to excel in our higher studies. We need to be wise in taking decisions. This will lead us to a rewarding future. Build upon the good foundation that has already been laid at this school and prove that we are worthy sons and daughters of our parents who are striving always to provide all our needs.

Anonymous said...

May Ann Campos
BSE-English

1) The three things that i learned with the chapter "A Voyage to a new World"are: a) Experience- Rizal's braveness to experience everything was amazingly inspiring. Like Rizal, I love to travel and experience to be in other place too.
b) Braveness- being brave is needed in facing all the circumstances in life. Rizal has this behavior that i admired most. Being brave is like a sword in going through life.
c) Courage- to have courage is so important. It is your desire in reaching your mission in life. By having a courage, Rizal had able to know his mission in life.
2) The significance of Luna's Spolarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgin Exposed to the Mod is that because of the two masterpieces made by two artist Rizal had this eagerness to know everything that might bring honor to his country through on his own hardships.
3). The best legacy that parent's can leave to their children is EDUCATION because being educated is a treasure that you can bring till the last second of your life.

Anonymous said...

May-rizza J. Sotelo
BSHRM

1.
A. Rizal has been to a journey to Spain. We can notice that he always keep a record simply by sketching the faces of the people with him on the journey.
B. Rizal was very observant and friendly he can easilly win friends by playing chess with them.
C. Rizal is easilly attached to the people around him like the incident that he almost cry when the time that he will be parted with the people hes been with. and as you say sir.. he was insensitive of his religion.

2.
Juan Luna's exposition of Spoliarium shows the grief and agony of the people on the painting, while tolentino's painting was accidentally burned in the fire at the university where they displayed it.. They both earned pride and honor to the filipinos compared to rizal most of the people condemned his writings specially the friars because it shows that he was against the authority of the spaniards during his time.

3.
Rizal Family was to Religious and aside from education faith is the answer in my opinion ofcourse.

Anonymous said...

Talosig Trishia
BSE- English ll
Sir Raquel

Lesson’s that I’ve learned on the story of “A Voyage to a New World."
The determination of Jose Rizal to study and sustain his writings in other country proved to us and to his countrymen that he use his knowledge to hold on, out of the dilemma experience by his country on that time even though it is very hard for him to fit up his pocket money just to finish printing his writings.

2. Las Virgenes Cristianas Expuestas al Populacho or The Christian Virgins Exposed to the Populace is a famous 1884 and it was regarded as one of the national treasures of the Philippines, about the description on the paintings which was Hidalgo‘s works One of the women is posed seated in nude status at the foreground of the painting with her head bowed in misery and shame and the other girl whose standing with semi-nude status have been revoke not only of their garments but also of their dignity. The unfortunate women in the artwork are considered by some indigenous Filipinos as virgins "being led out, stolen from, and ridiculed”. The women are young virgins cornered by a mob of "sexually hungry" Roman men. One of the men has his hand over one semi-naked female whose eyes are "looking up to heaven" asking and begging for "help that never comes".
Together with Juan Luna's Spoliarium, Hidalgo’s Las Virgenes Cristianas Expuestas al Populacho presents "human spoliage and spoils", with human spoilage more related to Luna's Spoliarium while the human spoils to Hidalgo's Las Virgenes Cristianas Expuestas al Populacho. Such themes were presented to the "juries and audiences" of the Madrid exposition in order to satisfy the "erudition-quotient" essential to the conservative scholarly Neoclassicism of Hidalgo and Luna while they were spending time in Europe.

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?
Jose Rizal’s greatest legacy was that he lived a full and meaningful life. It did not matter that he lived for only 34 years. He accomplished so much in such a short period of time because he had a vision in his mind and a mission in his heart. The intensity of such mission and vision translated into action that enabled him not to waste time in any trivial matters but rather devote all of his time to the accomplishment of the mission and vision that he believed was given to him. The Education that his parents gave to him leads in him to dream and make the honor for his country.

Anonymous said...

1. The three things i have learned in the article "A VOYAGE TO A NEW WORLD" first, if you have a dreams that you want to fulfill make an effort to achieve it. Second, we should value our family above all things. And last, there's nothing impossible to a person who make things possible.

2. Rizal interpreted the Spoliarium as a symbol of 'our social, moral, and political life: humanity unredeemed, reason and aspiration in open fight with prejudice, fanaticism, and injustice.

3. The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is EDUCATION. It is one of the ways that can make your dreams come true.


MARA CLEA ARCANGELES
BSIT-11

Anonymous said...

Renato A. Punzalan
BSA-ll
Rizal Lifes And Works
Tues. 7-10

1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World." 1.being observant. 2.being realistic person like Rizal. 3. Being aware of what is happening to our country.
2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.
answer: the spolarium and Hidalgo’s Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob brought Rizal to try to become a painter.

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?
Education is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children according to rizal.

Anonymous said...

Rizal's Life and Works
Friday/10:00-1:00
Janine S. Cañada
BSIT-11

1. Give at least three (3) things you have learned in the chapter "A Voyage to a New World."
*Nung sumakay siya ng salvadora ship with 35 spanish and only one english man at yung pakikipaglaro nya sa mga ito na natatalo niya, kaya nong wala na siyang magawa .. nag paint siya ng mga mukha ng mga tao sa ship na yon..
*Yung pag hahanap niya ng Zoo, at may malay siya nakita,tapos di nya alam kung anong salita ang gagamitin nya kaya ginawa nalang niya, nag drawing siya ng cow.
*Mga panaginip niya, tatlong panaginip niya na tungkol sa kapatid nyang si paciano,sa sister nya at sa kanya na si paciano daw ay namatay, yong sister nya nman succesfully na nakatawid sa tbig pero siya hindi kasi kinain siya ng buwaya, at yong pangatlo yong stage play actor siya na namatay.

2. Discuss the significance of Luna's Spoliarium and Hidalgo's Christian Virgins Exposed to the Mob vis-a-vis Rizal's ideas on nationalism.
*luna spolarium at age of 17 luna was awarded ng Gold medal because of his poems.

3. According to Rizal, what is the best legacy that parents can leave to their children?
* the best legacy parents can leave to their children is raising them up with good moral values and good education.

Anonymous said...

Arabel May Razal
BSHRM-3

1.-i learned that Rizal was too easy to attach with the people around him even in a short time.
-Rizal was (naglayag) in different countries such as Singapore, Shri Langka, Africa, Barcelona, Madrid....
-i also learned that the people before in Barcelona are disrespectful....

2.
3.The best legacy that parents can leave to their children is an upright judgment, generosity in the exercise of our rights, and perseverance in adversity.

Anonymous said...

1.When Jose went to Singapore he rides with ship called salvadora. He felt so alone because he is the only Filipino at the ship. When he went to Singapore he has only 356 pesos and his sister named saturnina give him a diamond ring so that when Jose out of budget he will sale this ring so that he has a money to used. At that time when Jose was at the states he dreamed about his older brother dying, he dream about his sister and caught by a crocodile and he also dream that he is the actor of the play and he was died at the play. All of this dreamed was happening to his true life. On June 30, 1982 Rizal send a note to his family and he said that he was disappointed because at the states no one know about the Philippines.

Anonymous said...

Richmond A. Carable
BSHRM-II

1.jose rizal travel to many country to another knowledge to other country but the best intention of rizal is to having a knoledge in arts.

2.The basic story of the “Spoliarivm” takes place in the 15th century or something around that time. Anyway, this is the time in history when the Romans traveled to Europe and collected slaves, otherwise known as the Vikings, to entertain other people in Rome. The more powerful Romans created the “Viking Games” where Vikings fought, not on their own accord, but forced by the Romans. The Viking slaves battled either lions, tigers or each other. And to tell you the truth, it was extremely bloody. That’s why they had the Spoliarivm. The Spoliarivm was used to “spoil” the dead bodies of the Vikings. Let’s just say they threw the dead Vikings’ bodies on top of each other in a pile and let the birds feed on their flesh.

3.according to rizal the parents is the important in over all fpilipino or to other country ..simply because .parent is one of the specially in the family and specially the childrens in all country.

Anonymous said...

2. the painting shows about the people who burned in fire and it is also about the virginity of a girl.

Anonymous said...

When Jose went to Singapore he rides with ship called salvadora. He felt so alone because he is the only Filipino at the ship. When he went to Singapore he has only 356 pesos and his sister named saturnina give him a diamond ring so that when Jose out of budget he will sale this ring so that he has a money to used. At that time when Jose was at the states he dreamed about his older brother dying, he dream about his sister and caught by a crocodile and he also dream that he is the actor of the play and he was died at the play. All of this dreamed was happening to his true life. On June 30, 1982 Rizal send a note to his family and he said that he was disappointed because at the states no one know about the Philippines.

anonymous: 4100002

Anonymous said...

2. the painting shows about the people who burned in fire and it is all about the virginity of a girl.

anonymous:
4100002

Anonymous said...

JENELYN S BARJA BSED
3 thing i've learned ''a voyage to a new world''
1.JOSE RIZAL's voyage not only to improve himself but it is a way to improve the way of life of the Pilipino people in the Philippines.
2.the voyage of RIZAL is very difficult.
3.RIZAL'S mind only for Pilipino people,he sacrificed himself for the sake of the FILIPINO people in his country.
2.The significance of LUNA'S SPOLARIUM it is a symbol of social,moral and political life, Humanity unreedeined reason and aspiration in open fight with prejudice fanaticism, and injustice while the Hidalgo's Christian virgin exposed it means the unfortunate women in the artwork are considered by some indigenous Filipino as "virgin"being led out stolen from and ridiculed the women are young for virgin concerned by by a mob of "sexually hungry" roman men. one of the men has his hand over one semi naked female whose eye are "looking up to heaven" asking and begging' for help that never comes"
3.The best legacy that parents can leave to their children, the child has to learn good, parents knows what is the best for the children.
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