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Republic of the PhilippinesDepartment of EducationLEARNING ACTIVITY SHEETS IN DISCIPLINES AND IDEASIN THE SOCIAL SCIENCESBy Nestor C. ParagasQUARTER 4 WEEK 6I.IntroductionIn the previous learning material, you were intimated of the nature and usagesof Sikolohiyang Pilipino and Pantayong Pananaw and you learned about the 19thcentury social thinkers and the ideas they advocated during their time. In thislearning material, we shall continue discussing those social ideas, but this time interms of the role and significance they pose to national development.II.Learning CompetencyEvaluate the roles and significance of Filipinos’ indigenous social ideas tonational development.III.ObjectivesAt the end of the lesson, the learners are expected to:1.understand the roles and significance of Filipinos’ in national development;2.explain the roles and significance of Filipinos’ social ideas in nationaldevelopment; and3.internalize the roles an significance of Filipinos’ social ideas innationaldevelopment.IV.DiscussionIndigenous social ideas, what could they be? How indigenous are they? Arethese thoughts as indigenous as the pre-colonial beliefs and institutions?In the previous learning material you were intimated with the social thoughtsof Filipino thinkers who lived in the 19th century and their social philosophies couldwell be considered as the indigenous Filipino social ideas because they wereconceived during that period and that before them in the pre-colonial period, therewere no records of well-grounded and documented ideas. Those social ideas were
advanced by Filipino thinkers as Jose Rizal, Jorge Bocobo, Andres Bonifacio, EmilioJacinto, Camilo Osias, Isabelo de los Reyes and Rafael Palma.Before we look into the role and significance of these thoughts, let us go backto the gist of their social ideas, and they are as follows:1.Jorge Bocobo.His social thought revolved around a culture-based education thatshall nurture the nationalism and patriotism in every Filipino in preparation for a lifefilled with all the liberties and freedom that one so desires.2.Andres Bonifacio.Andres Bonifacio did not have as much writing as has JoseRizal but his one social thought embodied in his poem are worth it all. The poem isevident of the nationalistic stance of Andres Bonifacio, where he spoke about thelove one could extend to his motherland as the ultimate kind of love.3.Emilio Jacinto.Branded as the “Brains of the Katipunan”, Emilio Jacinto’ssocialidea revolved around social equity and equality. If we are to mention of the lines hewrote, it goes, “whether their skin be dark or white, all human persons are equal; onemay be superior in knowledge, in wealth, in beauty, but not in beingmore human.”We continue, “The worth of a personis not in being a king, not in the shape of hisnose, nor in being a priest, representative of God, nor in the loftiness of the positionhe holds on this earth. That person is pure and truly noble, even though he was bornin the forest and knows no language but his own, who is possessed of goodcharacter, is true to his word, has dignity and honour, who does not oppress othersnor help their oppressors, who knows how to feel forand care for his native land”(- 95646)4.

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