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JOSE RIZAL'S FORMATIVE YEARS

PART 2
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Gwen Angelie Aman

on 12 May 2015

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Transcript of JOSE RIZAL'S FORMATIVE YEARS

1. While attending Ateneo, Rizal developed into a first-rate student. noticed his proficiency in the Spanish language.


2. The poem in which Rizal expressed the importance of religion in education and to him.



3. A Filipino revisionist historian, who suggests: "We must never assume that Rizal graduated valedictorian or at the top of his class."


1879
Liceo Artistico Literario ( Artistic-Literacy Lyceum) of Manila held a literary contest.

Offered a prize for the best poem by a native or a mestizo.

At the age of eighteen years old, Rizal submitted his poem entitled:

Rizal's Early Writings on Education
While attending Ateneo,
Gymnastics
JOSE RIZAL'S FORMATIVE YEARS
"A La Juventud Filipina"
Gave it the first prize which consisted of a silver pen, feather-shaped and decorated with a golden ribbon.

He cultivated the intellectual direction which led to his nationalistic writings.

He also took up Gymnastics and Fencing.
Rizal developed into a first-rate student.

Remembered as an original thinker, creative scholar, and a natural leader.

Fencing
When Rizal began school,
He was moderately successful in speaking and writing Spanish.

He worked hard and read constantly until Fr. Sanchez

Remarked that he was becoming proficient in the language.

Recognized Rizal’s talent as a poet

Rizal’s student poems were impressionistic and amateurish.

He is a member of the Society of Muses.

Found his poems expressing a national theme.

QUESTIONS
4.
On March 23, 1897, not yet sixteen yrs. old, he received the degree w/ highest honors.
5.
He was the registar of Ateneo who initially denied Rizal's admission to the university.
Gave it the first prize which consisted of a silver pen, feather-shaped and decorated with a golden ribbon.

He cultivated the intellectual direction which led to his nationalistic writings.

Fr. Francisco de Paula Sanchez

Fr. Jose Villaclara

Instructed Rizal in the sciences and philosophy.

Played an important role in Rizal’s writing.

Advised Rizal to stop communing with muses but to pay more attention to practical studies (philosophy & natural science)

Fr. Villaclara convinced Rizal to take a “scientific attitude” about life.

Poems of Rizal during his Ateneo years
“Through Education Our Motherland Receives Light”

Rizal wrote this poem in the year 1876 at the age of 15.

It was written in Ateneo de Municipal in Manila.

It was written during the Spanish Government.

1876
He composed a poem entitled:

“Alianza Intima la religion y la educacion”
(“The Intimate Alliance between Religion and Education”)

Rizal showed the importance of religion in education.

Rizal wrote this poem along with “Por la Educacion Recibe Lustre la Patria”.

The Jesuits did not envision Rizal as an intellectual radical.

He not only developed scientific skills but a critical sense of writing in the Spanish language as well.

Rizal would excel as a scientist, fiction writer, nationalist, and a medical doctor
Rizal’s Early Religious Writings
Two separate religious poems:
“ A la Virgen Maria”


(“To the Virgin Mary”)
“Al Niño Jesus”
(“To the Child Jesus”)

“TO THE VIRGIN MARY”
“To the Child Jesus”
It was written in 1875 at the age of 14 years old.

Rizal’s Other Early Writings
Before Rizal graduated from Ateneo he wrote a poem entitled:

“A Farewell Dialogue of the Students”
March 23, 1877

Not yet sixteen years old, he received the degree of Bachelor of Arts with highest honors.

5 years later

He composed a tribute for the very reverened Fr. Pablo Ramon, rector of Ateneo on his birthday.

Rizal’s Scholastic Records
According to historian Gregorio Zaide, Rizal obtained the ff. scholastic ratings:

Gregorio Zaide
Ambeth Ocampo
Filipino revisionists historian
She suggests:

“We must never assume that Rizal graduated valedictorian or at the top of his class”

Rizal stood out as a:


student leader and a national spokesperson.

CHAPTER 4 (PART 1)
An Ignatian Legacy
Presentation of: Gwen Angelie Amna
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