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Subject: Literature

Style: Instructor

Duration: Jun 13, 2012 .. Nov 1, 2012

Course code: A104-09

A104-09 Rizal

A104-09 Rizal

Life, Works and Writings

Lorma Colleges

City of San Fernando (LU)

 

 

College of Arts and Sciences

Syllabus in Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings

First Semester, School Year 2012-2013

          CAD 0005.D.O.

 

 

Submitted by:   

 

                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Rosemary A. Resurreccion, MATE

                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                               

 

 

Noted and checked by: Josephine E. Libatique, MALT

 

Approved by Diadema B. La Madrid, Ph.D.

 

 

 

VISION of LORMA COLLEGES:

                        An educational institution with a global perspective emphasizing quality, Christian values, and leadership skills relevant to national development.

 

MISSION of LORMA COLLEGES:

                        To empower students for service anywhere in the world through Christian –inspired, quality-driven, and service oriented education and training.

 

 

VISION of COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES           :   We envision the College of Arts and Sciences as a center of scientific and technological research acting as a catalyst in producing quality graduates equipped with Christian values, knowledge and abilities utilizing a curriculum relevant to their field of specialization.

 

 

MISSION of COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES       : To provide an educational training using technology that would cater to the needs of the students recognizing individual differences, cultural background, values, practices and beliefs that would make them productive and successful in all undertaking as to become essential in the society where they belong.

           

 

 

OBJECTIVES of COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES:

 

  1. To provide for a general education that will assist each individual in the peculiar ecology of his own society.  In order for an individual to attain his potentials as a human being and to enhance the range and quality of individual and group participation, which is the basic foundation of his development, making him a productive and versatile citizen.
  2. To train the nation’s manpower in the middle level skills required for national development.
  3. To develop the professions that will provide leadership for the nation in the advancement of knowledge and for improving the quality of human life.
  4. To respond effectively to the changing needs and conditions of the nation through a system of educational planning and evaluation.

 

Added above is to make the individual conscious of the Almighty God and His power and authority over the lives of men and nations.

 

Course Description:  The Rizal course is a study of the biography of Doctor Jose P. Rizal, the Philippines’ foremost National Hero, and so far, the most documented Filipino hero today. Specifically, it focuses on his crucial role behind the making of the Filipino nation, as seen in the influence made by his novels: the “Noli me Tangere” and the “El Filibusterismo” in the thinking of the men and women behind the Philippine Revolution of 1896, as well as the other Filipino leaders who would later carry on the other stewardship of the new-born nation.

 

                                    The study of his novels and other writings would allow the students a view into the historical realities of the Spanish colonial era in the Philippines, specifically the 19th century from the perspective, not only of a direct observer, but also a participant in the making of history.

 

Course Objectives:   One semester of study of Rizal’s Course is designed to accomplish the following goals:

1.     to inculcate in the minds of the students the inspiring life and achievement, specifically the selfless contribution to the growth of nationalism of our national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which have shaped to a large extent, our national identity.

2.     to inspire the students with a special love of courting through a closer study of the biography of Jose Rizal.

3.     to inspire the students to dedicate their lives to the ideas of freedom and nationalism.

4.     to develop in the minds of the students the moral virtues that could be learned through a closer look into the life of Dr. Jose Rizal.

5.     to develop in a more realistic manner the ideals of moral character, personal discipline, and civic virtues as inspired by Dr. Jose Rizal.

6.     to develop a more meaningful understanding of the the relevance of the study of the multi-faceted aspects of Rizal’s life so that the students may truly appreciate his great love and services of his country and fellowmen.

 

Course Requirements: At a specified deadline, the student must be able to:

1.     attend the class regularly and participate actively in the class;

2.     take and pass the graded examinations;

3.     pass research paper

4.     role play

5.     make a family tree of Rizal

6.     game activities

 

Course Textbook: NA

 

Course References:

 

            A. Books

 

            Agoncillo and Guerrero. History of the Filipino People. 7th edition. Quezon City: R.P. Garcia Publishing Co. 1987.

            Capino, Gonzalez, Pineda. Rizal’s Life, works and Writings: Their Impact on Our National Identity. Quezon city: JMC Press Inc. 2003.

            De Leon, Hector. The Philippine Constitution, 1997 edition. Manila: National Book Store, 1997.

            Guerrero, Leon Ma. We Filipinos. Manila: Daily Star Publishing Co. 1986.

            Ocampo, Ambeth R. Rizal Without the Overcoat. Pasig City: Anvil Publising Inc., 2000.

            Quiboyen, Floro. Philippine Studies: Towards A Radical Rizal. Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press. 1998

            Zulueta, Francisco M. Rizal Life, works and Ideals. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store. 2005.

           

           

            B. Internet Sources:       www.wikepedia.com ,http:ww. video.google.com. , youtube.com

                                                http://www.jose rizal.ph/no1. Html

                                                http:// hub pages.com/hub/Life – and works – of – Rizal – Synopsis – of El Fili

                                                http:// hub pages.com/hub/ The_Life_of Dr. Jose_P_Rizal

                                                http://www. Shvoong.com/books/biography/1697680 – jose – rizal – life- works – writings/

 

Course Evaluation:

 

            Group Dynamics

                        Ability to answer questions – 25                         Delivery – 25

 

            Research Paper

                        Content – 25                                         Mechanics – 15                         Promptness – 10

                 

Lorma Colleges Grading System:

*For every grading period – Prelim, Midterm, Final:  (Class standing rating multiply by 2 plus Exam rating) divided by 3.

*For the Final Rating – grade at the end of the course: 30% Prelim Grade + 30% Midterm Grade + 40% Final Grade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIMETABLE

 

SESSION TOPICS

 

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 

METHODOLOGY/ STRATEGY/ TECHNIQUES

EVALUATION

 

Classroom Activities

Related Learning Experience

1st week

I. Getting to Know

    A. Self-Introduction of the Instructor

    B. Self-Introduction of the Students

II. Discussion of the Syllabus

 

 

 

At the end of the week, the students should be able to:

1.     find and name at least two newly found friends

2.     give their respective expectations of the course

3.     clarify doubts or questions regarding the content of the syllabus

Socialization

 

Discussion

 

Distribution of the copies of the outline of the syllabus

Let Me Be Your Friend Activity

 

2nd  week

PART I

 

Unit I. INTRODUCTION

  1. Why Rizal is the National Hero
  2. Our choices of heroes
  3. Claro M. Recto’s Rizal Bill
  4. R.A. 1425

 

 

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to acquaint students with some controversies behind heroification.

2.     to explain the role Claro M. Recto in the post war nationalist movement.

3.     to identify  qualities as bases in Rizal’s choosing as the foremost Filipino hero.

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

Small Group Discussion

 

Presentation

Review of the past week’s lesson by a student

 

Exercise: Ask students on their ideas/concepts on what are the qualities of heroes.

Quiz

 

Multiple Choices: Choose the letter of the correct answers in the given series as taken from the topics discussed in class.

 

3rd – 4th week

Unit II. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

1.     Nationalism

2.     The spanish Colonial system (1565 – 1770)

3.     The Europe in the 19th Century. Its Impact on the Philippines

4.     Catalysts of Philippine Nationalism

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1 to explain nationalism as concept in ideology.

2. to develop a thorough understanding of the impact of spanish colonial system in the lives of the Filipinos.

3. to provide an insight into the socio-economic, political and religious development in Europe and its impact on the Philippines.

4. to explain the role of the illustrados and the Filipino clergy in the Philippine nationalist Movement and their influence on Rizal.

Buzz Session

 

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

Creative Presentation

 

Library Research

 

Creative Group Presentation

Research:

 

Identify at least 5 conditions of the Philippines during the Spanish times and explain on how these conditions affected the Filipinos in general.

Quiz

 

Multiple Choices:

5th – 6th  week

Unit III THE BIOGRAPHY

  1. Family Life and Background
  2. Intellectual Development

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to explain the role played by Rizal’s family particulary his mother and brother of his political thinking and personal characters

2.     to develop an appreciation on the role of education in nation building

3.     to extract messages from the earliest writings and explain their relevance in and out contemporary society.

Lecture-Discussion

 

Buzz Session

 

Brainstorming

Exercises:

Identify and explain the triangle of human personality as the basis in the making of a man.

Quiz

 

Suppor the statement that says: “the strength of the nation depends upon the education of its people”

7th – 8th week

PART II

 

  1. The Idealist Reformist
  2. Brindis Speech
  3. Noli Me Tangere

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to develop an appreciation of the results and achievement in his first sojourn

2.     to exlain the transformation of Rizal’s political thinking and religious views as revealed in his writings.

3.     to analyze Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere in its historical context and explain its relevance in our contemporary society.

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Collage/caricature making

Research:

 

Surf the net and and get closer looks on the lives of reformist and take notes on how reforms lead to the changes in governments.

Multiple choices:

 

Identify from the the given choices which character best fits the given descriptions.

9th – q0th Week

PART III

 

  1. Towards a Radical Rizal
  2. The Calamba Hacienda Case

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to trace Rizal’s life history toards his radicalization against the powers that be.

2.     to identify the circumstances why Rizal had turned his back against the fight for reforms

 

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Collage/caricature making

Research:

 

Supplement what is stated in the given text by citing other sources of information with regards  to Rizal’s radical stances and challenges against the spanish regime.

Essay:

 

Rizal can never be considered the greatest hero as he was sponsored by the Americans. All throughout his life, he was a lover of spain. Defend.

11th – 12th week

PART IV

 

  1. Rizal’s Second Sojourn in Europe (hongkong, Macau, Japan, USA, London)
  2. Propaganda Activities
  3. El filibusterismo
  4. the Sabah Project

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to trace the routes taken by Rizal in his second sojourn as a traveller

2.     to develop an appreciation of Rizal’s literary achievements and his role in the Propaganda Movement

3.     to analyze Rizal’s El filibusterismo in its historical context and explain its relevance in our contemporary society.

4.     to explain the implication of Rizal’s Sabah project in our contemporary realities

Lecture-Discussion

 

ONLINE SESSION

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Creative group presentation and discussion

 

Newspaper making

 

Role lay from selected chapters

 

Group sharing/reflections

 

 

Reading:

 

Read Rizal’s second novel and take some excerpts detailing Rizal’s idea on effective revolution.

Quiz

 

Essay: Defend Rizal against the devastating attacks of his critics projecting him as an American sponsored hero.

13th – 14th week

PART V

 

  1. Rizal’s exile in Dapitan (1892 – 1896)
  2. Josephine Bracken
  3. Rizal and the Revolution

 

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to gain  inspiration, as well as, to learn certain lessons and appreciate Rizal’s ability to survive boredom of exile and explain the impact of his exile on the people of Dapitan.

2.     to understand the role of Josephine Bracken in the life of Rizal

3.     to be inspired on the revolutionary ideas of Rizal geared to successful revolution

4.     to put into account Rizal’s role and connection to Bonifacio’s katipunan

 

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Creative group presentation

 

Debate

 

Film Viewing

Research:

 

Outline Rizal’s connection to the Philippine Revolution.

 

 

Quiz

 

Multiple Choice:

 

Choose the letter of the correct answers in a given sereis of questions

15TH Week

PART VI

 

  1. Trial and Execution
  2. Issue of Retraction

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.   to explain the importance of Rizal to the cause of the Katipunan and Phil Revolution

2.   to develop an appreciation of rizal’s martyrdom

 

 

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Creative group presentation

Debate

 

Film Viewing

Classroom activity:

 

Reenact Rizal’s martyrdom and explain its significance to Filipino nationalism.

Essay:

 

Did Rizal really retract his support for reforms and his anti-revolutionary ideals?

16th  – 17th week

PART VII

Writings

  1. Letter to the Women of Malolos
  2. The Indolence of the Filipinos
  3. The Philippines within a Century
  4. My Last Farewell

At the end of the topic, the students should be able to:

1.     to understand Rizal’s ideas on the role of the Filipina in general and the mothers in particular, in preparing active participation in nation building

2.     to appreciate Rizal’s grasp of the impact of Spanish colonialism on the motivation of the Filipinos to work hard.

3.     to appreciate Rizal’s keen understanding of international economic and political development and their impact on the imminent end of Spanish colonialism.

Lecture-Discussion

 

Brainstorming

 

PowerPoint Presentation

 

Group Dynamics

Literary Presentation:

 

Recite in the form of a speech choir Rizal’s last farewell

Quiz

 

Essay:

 

Citing Rizal’s point of view on the roles of women, in what ways women can be catalysts for change and as active forces in nation building.

18th week

FINAL EXAM

 

LORMA COLLEGES

City of San Fernando

College of Arts and Sciences

 

Course Outline in Rizal

(  Hybrid Online )

Course Code: Hist1

Course Credit: 3 units

 

VISION AND MISSION OF LORMA COLLEGES

VISION: 
 

We envision Lorma Colleges as an excellent Christian Educational institution in Northern Luzon committed to developing the total person who can be competent and active community leader vital to national development. 
 
MISSION: 
 
Lorma College shall be an excellent, modern and continuously expanding educational institution that offers dynamic and service-oriented programs under a supportive management and staffed by innovative, effective and efficient faculty within the ambit of a wholesome environment.

 

 

VISION AND MISSION OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

VISION:

 

We envision the College of Arts & Sciences as a center of scientific and technological research acting as a catalyst in producing quality graduate equipped with Christian values, knowledge and abilities utilizing curriculum relevant to their filed specialization.

 

MISSION:

 

To provide an educational training using technology that would cater to the needs of the students recognizing individual differences, cultural background, values, practices and beliefs that would them productive and successful in all undertakings as to become essential in the society where they belong.

 

Course Description

This is a critical study of the life, works, and writings of Rizal as they relate to the socio-political situation of the Philippines during his time and its implication to our present time. It focuses on the analysis of his two novels, poems, and selected articles that triggers the Filipinos to foster the spirit of nationalism.

 



Course Objectives

 This course aims to foster the development of national consciousness among the youth.

Students are expected to demonstrate critical thinking through analysis by writing a reaction paper, on the impact of the two novels, poems and selected essays.

1. Analyze the impact of Rizal’s life in relation to his contribution on the socio-political situation of the Philippines at the present time.
2. Interpret the selected poem, essays and novels and its impact to socio-political situation during the past and present time.
3. Justify Rizal’s heroism and his declaration as the national hero of the Philippines.


Course Content


A.Republic Act No. 1425
B. Background on the socio-political situation of the Philippines during Rizal’s times.
C. Family Background of Rizal.
D. Educational background of Rizal.

E.First and second sojourn of Rizal in Europe

F.First and second Homecoming

G.Practical Leadership of Rizal in Dapitan
H. Struggles, trial and execution of Rizal.
I. Poems and essays on nationalism.
J. Novels “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo”.

 

Course References:

 

Agoncillo and Guerrero. History of the Filipino People. 7th edition. Quezon City: R.P. Garcia Publishing Co. 1987.

Capino, Gonzalez, Pineda. Rizal’s Life, works and Writings: Their Impact on Our National Identity. Quezon city: JMC Press Inc. 2003.

De Leon, Hector. The Philippine Constitution, 1997 edition. Manila: National Book Store, 1997.

Ocampo, Ambeth R. Rizal Without the Overcoat. Pasig City: Anvil Publising Inc., 2000.

Zulueta, Francisco M. Rizal Life, works and Ideals. Mandaluyong City: National Book Store. 2005.

           

           

 www.wikepedia.com ,http:ww. video.google.com. , youtube.com

http://www.jose rizal.ph/no1. Html

http:// hub pages.com/hub/Life – and works – of – Rizal – Synopsis – of El Fili

http:// hub pages.com/hub/ The_Life_of Dr. Jose_P_Rizal

http://www. Shvoong.com/books/biography/1697680 – jose – rizal – life- works – writings/