LEGAZPIs OBSERVATIONS (Pre-colonized Philippines)
Many highly populated islands especially along the seacoast and rivers (more
than in the mountains) water = livelihood
Fertile land (but wasted because of the lazy people)
Gold is found pret
HI 165 N/O
It was our first time when we went to the National and Metropolitan Museums.
Some of us had the assumption that each of the museums was one ordinary big
room full of
Mount Everest Case
Group Case Analysis Questions
1. Why do people choose to climb Everest?
2. What type of person tries to ascend the worlds tallest mountain?
3. What personal qualities does it take to succeed?
4. What caused this tragedy?
5. What types o
International Journal of Management and Commerce Innovations ISSN 2348-7585 (Online)
Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp: (1019-1023), Month: October 2015 - March 2016, Available at: www.researchpublish.com
The Disastrous Impact of a Toxic Boss on
Employees and Organizat
LS 100 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
Mr. Manolet M. Siojo
Individual Case Analysis 2nd Long Test (take home)
1. Case analysis should include the following:
Your brief analysis of the personality profiles of the major characters in
the case based on the
A HERITAGE OF SMALLNESS
By Nick Joaquin
The national heritage is a heritage of smallness
Heritage: something we inherited from a previous generation [implies
that no outside force (e.g. Spanish) influenced our inability to sustain the
Legazpi to King Philip, II
Taken from Vol 3 of Blair and Robertson
-Archipelago that is populous who inhabit mostly near bodies of water
1.These people (Filipinos) are independent
People who own slaves can take anything they want
No laws tha
Palayok: Philippine Food Through Time, On Site, In The Pot
By: Dorren G. Fernandez
Food Culture: dynamic, cannot remain untouched by history and thus by foreign influences
and by change.
Indigenous food of the Filipino: for the lack of a better word, be c