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Philippine History

Submitted to: Mr. Pante HISTORY SP1
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Nikko Que

on 30 April 2012

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MY AMAZING "PPT" PRESENTATION HISTORY! ABOUT :D History What does "History" mean?
What is the RELEVANCE or IMPORTANCE of "History"
Philippine History: Topography? The Pre-Colonial Era The year 1521 marks the arrival of the first colonial power, and the beginning of what is often called the Spanish period. This section will discuss the happenings BEFORE the 1521 mark, also called the "pre-Spanish era". Spanish Period Yip! Everything about 1521 and 300 years after :) they found us living in a comparatively high state of civilization, this section will discuss the outstanding transformation this era has brought to our culture. WAIT a minute ! Was that a slideshow? Yup, definitely a slideshow. THIS is M-TERMS!!! BE CREATIVE! Making a "Power Point" just doesn't do the TRICK !!! If i flood you with slides, my hardwork will just get lost and forgotten :( Think about it. a presentation presented to Mr. Pante .................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................. welcome to NQ's PREZI presentation! HISTORY! Part: UNO "History" JOIN US IN THE FUTURE! a must zoom IT'S A HAT! on "Study history, study history. In history lies all the secrets of statecraft."
- Winston Churchill . . ? A learning or knowing by inquiry; the knowledge of facts and events, so obtained; History To narrate or record. hence, a formal statement of such information; a narrative; a description; a written record; as, the history of a patient's case; the history of a legislative bill. A systematic, written account of events, particularly of those affecting a nation, institution, science, or art, and usually connected with a philosophical explanation of their causes; a true story, as distinguished from a romance; -- distinguished also from annals, which relate simply the facts and events of each year, in strict chronological order; from biography, which is the record of an individual's life; and from memoir, which is history composed from personal experience, observation, and memory. When you understand history, you understand basic concepts and ideas. which makes you learn about cause & effect, relationships and human nature. History plays a very important role USE FACTS WISELY you then understand why things are the way they are right now. and with it, PREDICT THE FUTURE! More importantly to LEARN from past mistakes. look over there nom nom nom nom nom nom nom http://prezi.com/recyyolzxm3e/how-to-create-a-great-prezi/ Adam Somlai-Fischer Presentation by Filipinos were not taught their own history but rather were taught the history of colonizers WHILE they were in our country. Sadly, Filipinos were likes parrots. Filipinos were forced and trained how to memorize dates, persons, places and events without even understanding what they memorized. what I mean is learning our ancestral past gives us a strong
sense of "NATIONALISM" SO JUMP IN!
on philippine history: Learning Philippine history is still and will always be relevant. SEE for us to think critically we need to learn the how's and why's of HISTORY
and with it be a proper citizen of this country Rivers are short and generally seasonal in flow. Important ones are the Cagayan, Agno, Abra, Bicol, and Pampanga in Luzon and the Cotabato and Agusan in Mindanao. in Mindanao. A number of volcanoes are active, and the islands have been subject to destructive earthquakes. Flooding is a frequent hazard. The shores of many of the islands are embayed (Manila Bay is one of the finest harbors in East Asia); however, several islands lack adequate harbors and require offshore lighting for sea transport. Lowlands are generally narrow coastal strips except for larger plains in Luzon (Cagayan Valley and Central Plains), Mindanao (Cotabato and Davao-Agusan valleys), and others in Negros and Panay. The topography is extremely varied, with volcanic mountain masses forming the cores of most of the larger islands. The range culminates in Mt. Pulog (elevation 2,928 m/9,606 ft) in northern Luzon and in Mt. Apo, the highest point in the Philippines (elevation 2,954 m/9,692 ft) TOPOGRAPHY The only two inland water bodies of significant size are Laguna de Bay in Luzon and Lake Sultan Alonto in Mindanao. Given that, I'll show you how we "WERE" I'd like to see this as our "original"/natural culture, our personal development in the motherland. Be There was no consistent religious heirarchy that time, WHERE HOW came & quick ! The Filipinos before the arrival of the Spaniards were basically hunters, fishers, and cultivators. These tribes were groups of highlanders who barely had access of seawater. And because of the presence of rice terraces, only the central mountains of Luzon had well structured livelihood that resulted to a more fixed territory. a despicable truth: The lowlanders lived in a kinship headed by a Datu or a chief within a community called Barangay; the most stable economic and political unit of no more than a few hundred individuals. Within that unit, there were three broad classes: the datu and his family and the nobles, the freeholders and the dependents. Under dependents, there were sharecroppers, debt peons and war captives- which the last two levels were considered slaves by the Spanish. ok, how about our religion then? next stop Prezi For The Win?
Ten Top Tips To Make a Good One http://thewikiman.org/blog/?p=866 however animism constituted beliefs and ritual practices. The arrival of Islam in Mindanao infuenced the lowlanders and thus changed this pattern. down down down down down + = SUPER TIME MACHINE! "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts." before all external influences Chronology Time! The Tabon Man Where we started. ph lowlands The Angono Petroglyphs is the oldest known work of art in the Philippines. There are 127 human and animal figures engraved on the rockwall dating back to 3000 BC. These inscriptions clearly show stylized human figures, frogs and lizards along with other designs that may have depicted other interesting figures but erosion may have caused it to become indistinguishable. R ule of the Datu's epic of 10 Datu's: C aste Mahaldicas S ystem E s P A ñ A Here Comes Spain!!! (1521-1898) Governor-General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi SPANISH FAMILY a little bit more to the LEFT! my left? or your left? First Mass in Mazaua (March 31, 1521) Magellan joins forces with Cebu's Chieftain Alliance with Rajah Humabon class PHILIPPINE HISTORY By: Nikko Que nador cillo Emilio Gomburza! Burgos Zamora Gomez featuring: ? I NEED TO COVER A POWERPOINT ON HISTORY ? what topics will i be covering in this "powerpoint" UNACCEPTABLE! So what is HISTORY? apo pulag we


how we are today because of our colonizers, but before this we had our own culture, what our own natural "personalities" offered. CLICK! It even reached the far north Datu of Manila. If, however, Spanish arrived strictly for commercial reasons and had stepped in a century later, chances of Islamism would had covered the entire country until today. Where we used to live. short stature
natural afro-hair texture
dark skin, small nose
dark brow eyes aeta of luzon "pugut"
"forest spirit" (ilocano) clothing and practices wrap around skirts (women) and loin cloths (men) aeta women are purveyors of herbal medicine skillful in weaving and plaiting, armlets, raincoats etc. scarification, chipping of teeth, "agung" By this order, through the scribe, the Honourable Namwaran hath been forgiven of all and is released of his debts and arrears of 1 Katî and 8 Suwarna, before the Honourable Lord Minister of Puliran Kasumuran, by the authority of the Lord Minister of Pailah. For his faithful service as subject of the Chief, the Honourable and widely-renowned Lord Minister of Binwangan hath recognised all the living relations of Namwaran who were claimed by the Chief of Dewata, represented by the Chief of Medang. Yea, therefore, the living descendants of the Honourable Namwaran are forgiven, verily, of any and all debts of the Honourable Namwaran to the Chief of Dewata. This, in any case, shall declare to whomever henceforth, that on some future day, should there be a man who claimeth that no release from debt of the Honourable...

Long Live! Year of Syaka 822, month of Vaisakha, according to Jyotisha The fourth day of the waning moon, Monday. On this occasion, Lady Angkatan, and her brother whose name is Bukah, the children of the Honourable Namwaran, were awarded a document of complete pardon from the Commander-in-Chief of Tundun, represented by the Lord Minister of Pailah, Jayadewa. The Laguna Copperplate Inscription is the earliest known written document found in the Philippines. Datu Puti
Datu Sumakwel Datu Bangkaya
Datu Paiborong Datu Paduhinogan
Datu Dumangsol Datu Libay
Datu Dumangsil Datu Domalogdog
Datu Balensuela Datu
Maguinoo Timawas Serfs Aliping Namamahay
Aliping Sagiguilid Literacy The Nipa Clothing and Ornaments Artifacts Ferdinand Magellan:

First Spaniards to reach the Philippine archipelago

reached the island of Homonhon

Died in Lapu-Lapu's Hands Lapu-Lapu Slays Magellan Las Islas Filipinas Ruy Lopez De Villalobos

Islands of Leyte and Samar Galleon Trade the Spanish crown granted a person a specified number of natives for whom they were to take responsibility. In theory, the receiver of the grant was to protect the natives from warring tribes and to instruct them in the Spanish language and in the Catholic faith: in return they could extract tribute from the natives in the form of labor, gold or other products. In practice, the difference between encomienda and slavery could be minimal. Natives were forced to do hard labor and subjected to extreme punishment and death if they resisted ENCUMENDERO! First governor-general
Made the Philippines the
capital of the Spanish
east indies Gober Aguinaldo Binakayan, Cavite Viejo
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