Assignment No. 1 in Rizal's Life and Works (Summer, Ay 2011-2012)

1. Read the following laws concerning the implementation of Rizal Law and other related matters. Then answer the questions that follow. Click each law/directive to read it online. 

Rizal Laws:



Questions:

a. What is the importance of studying the life, works, and writings of Dr. Jose P. Rizal to you as a student and as a Filipino citizen?

b. Given the premise that Rizal is the national hero of the Philippines, do you think "Rizal's Life and Works" subject should be taught MANDATORY in all schools? Think as if RA 1425 does not yet exist. Justify your position.



2. Read the article written by Ambeth Ocampo titled “The fight over the Rizal Law” in Philippine Daily Inquirer on May 4, 2007. Write a commentary on his article.

4 comments:

KimGonzales said...

a. As a student and as a Filipino citizen it is important to studying the life and works of Rizal, because he is our greatest national hero, others described him as "the first greatest Filipino." He was a genius and the Pride of the Malayan race. He was a poet, doctor, architect, businessman, educator, economist, historian, inventor, musician, psychologist, sculptor, sociologist, ophthalmic surgeon, physicist and many more. He was a traveler and mastered 22 languages and has published many of his works with the highly nationalistic and revolutionary tendencies with the hope of securing political and social reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish era.

b. Yes, as a student and as a Filipino citizen, it should be taught mandatory in all public or private schools he is part of our history, his works inspire Filipinos especially the youth, to be proud of their motherland and native-tongue, to prove that Filipinos are capable to be equal if not excel even to those who treat us as slave. His brilliance, determination, patience and perseverance are just few of his virtues whom , us, Filipinos admired and undyingly referred to whenever we are in the lowest low.

2. The article written by Ambeth Ocampo entitled "the fight over the Rizal law" in Philippine daily inquirer, the Catholic church did not agree with Rizal's novel namely, El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere because there are some parts of his novels give negative impact to them their ungood deeds in the time of Spaniards how they treat our countrymen.

Submitted by:
Kimberly Gonzales BSHRM

KimGonzales said...

a. As a student and as a Filipino citizen it is important to studying the life and works of Rizal, because he is our greatest national hero, others described him as "the first greatest Filipino." He was a genius and the Pride of the Malayan race. He was a poet, doctor, architect, businessman, educator, economist, historian, inventor, musician, psychologist, sculptor, sociologist, ophthalmic surgeon, physicist and many more. He was a traveler and mastered 22 languages and has published many of his works with the highly nationalistic and revolutionary tendencies with the hope of securing political and social reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish era.

b. Yes, as a student and as a Filipino citizen, it should be taught mandatory in all public or private schools he is part of our history, his works inspire Filipinos especially the youth, to be proud of their motherland and native-tongue, to prove that Filipinos are capable to be equal if not excel even to those who treat us as slave. His brilliance, determination, patience and perseverance are just few of his virtues whom , us, Filipinos admired and undyingly referred to whenever we are in the lowest low.

2. The article written by Ambeth Ocampo entitled "the fight over the Rizal law" in Philippine daily inquirer, the Catholic church did not agree with Rizal's novel namely, El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere because there are some parts of his novels give negative impact to them their ungood deeds in the time of Spaniards how they treat our countrymen.

Submitted by:
Kimberly Gonzales BSHRM

paul angelo inson said...

INSON, PAUL ANGELO L.
BSHRM

a. the importance about the rizal's life is to know the that he do in the philippines

b.yes its beacuse some filipino not interested about rizal life and hes contribution.

2. im not agree its beacuse rizal sacrifice his life for his beloved country

Angelo Inson said...

INSON, PAUL ANGELO L.
BSHRM

a. the importance about the rizal's life is to know the that he do in the philippines

b.yes its beacuse some filipino not interested about rizal life and hes contribution.

2. im not agree its beacuse rizal sacrifice his life for his beloved country

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