PRELIM-LESSON-1-TO-5 R IZAL.pdf - Issue No 1 S E C C T H E ST R E MT OL ST THERESE MTC COLLEGES Iloilo Philippines LEGES Revision No 1 Effectivity date

PRELIM-LESSON-1-TO-5 R IZAL.pdf - Issue No 1 S E C C T H E...

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©All Rights ReservedST. THERESE- MTC COLLEGES Iloilo, PhilippinesIssue No. 1 Page 1of 122RIZAL (Life, Works and Writings of Jose Rizal) STUDENT LEARNING MODULE Revision No. 1 Effectivity date: 10 August 2020 Reviewed by: QMR Approved by: President ST.THERESEMTCCOLLEGESLesson 1 Learning Module 1 Introduction and Historical Background (3 Hours) Topics 1.1Rizal Law and the Teaching of Rizal Course 1.2Who made Rizal our National Hero 1.3The Outside World when Rizal was born 1.4The Conditions in the Philippines when Rizal was born Competence, Course Outcomes and Learning Outcomes Competence: Display an appreciation for the love of country Course Outcome/s: Explain Jose Rizal‘s Life within the context of the 19thcentury Philippines Learning Outcomes: 1.Explain the history of the Rizal law and its important provisions; 2.Critically assess the effectiveness of the Rizal course; 3.Appraise the link between the individual and society; 4.Analyze the various social, political, economic and cultural changes that occurred in the nineteenth century; 5.Understand Jose Rizal in the context of his times.
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©All Rights ReservedST. THERESE- MTC COLLEGES Iloilo, PhilippinesIssue No. 1 Page 2of 122RIZAL (Life, Works and Writings of Jose Rizal) STUDENT LEARNING MODULE Revision No. 1 Effectivity date: 10 August 2020 Reviewed by: QMR Approved by: President ST.THERESEMTCCOLLEGESOverview It is of great importance that students understand the rationale behind having to take up a Rizal course in college. In tertiary education, Rizal is a subject required of any course, in any college or university in the Philippines. The teaching of Jose Rizal‘s life, works, and writings is mandated by Republic Act 1425, otherwise known as the Rizal Law. Senator Jose P. Laurel, the person who sponsored the said law, said that since Rizal was the founder of Philippine nationalism and has contributed much to the current standing of this nation, it is only right that the youth as well as all the people in the country know about and learn to imbibe the great ideals for which he died. The Rizal Law, enacted in 1956, seeks to accomplish the following goals: 1.To rededicate the lives of youth to the ideals of freedom and nationalism, for which our heroes lived and died 2.To pay tribute to our national hero for devoting his life and works in shaping the Filipino character 3.To gain an inspiring source of patriotism through the study of Rizal‘s life, works, and writings. Aside from those mentioned above, there are other reasons for teaching the Rizal course in Philippine schools: 1.To recognize the importance of Rizal‘s ideals and teachings in relation to present conditions and situations in the society. 2.To encourage the application of such ideals in current social and personal problems and issues.
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