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COURSE OUTLINE

Course Number Social Science 1


Course Title Life and Works of Rizal
SY and Semester SY 2014-2015, First Semester
Credit 3 units
Day/Time MTh 1:30-3:00, 4:30-6:00 and TF 7:30-9:00, 4:30-6:00
Course BSBA MM, BSEE, BSPA, BSCS
Grading System Quiz 20%
Recitation 15%
Activity/Paper work 15%
Assignment/Project 10%
Midterm/Final Exam 40%
PSU Mission THE PSU IS COMMITTED TO UPGRADE THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE PEOPLE BY PROVIDING HIGHER
EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH EXCELLENT INSTRUCTION, RESEARCH, EXTENION, PRODUCTION
SERVICES AND TRANSNATIONAL COLLABORATION AND INNOVATIONS
PSU Vision A PREMIER STATE UNIVERSITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA THAT PROVIDES EXCELLENT AND RELEVANT HIGER
EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMMENT
Instructor CHARLYN NICHELLE C. ACOSTA


Palawan State University Mission, Vision, and Objectives
Orientation on the rules and policies to be observed inside the classroom.

I. Introduction to the subject:
a. RA 1425 or Rizal Law
b. Qualifications in the selection of national hero

II. Historical Background
a. The outside world when Rizal was born
b. The Philippines during 19
th
Century, under Spanish Rule

III. The Dawn of Filipino Nationalism
1. Unification of the Philippines Under Spanish Rule
2. Resistance to Spanish Rule
3. The Emergence of the Filipino Sense of Nationhood

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IV. The Making of a Leader
a. Birth and Genealogy
b. Childhood

V. Education
a. Rizals Life and Schooling in Ateneo Municipal
b. Rizals Life and Schooling in University of Santo Tomas
c. Education in Universidad Central de Madrid

VI. Rizals First Travel in Europe
a. First trip to Europe: From Barcelona to Italy
b. Rizals Decision to Return to the Philippines



VII. Rizals Second Travel Abroad
a. Rizal in Hongkong and Japan
b. Rizals Arrival in San Francisco
c. Rizal in London, and Paris
d. Rizal in Brussels
e. Rizal in Hongkong
f. Rizal and La Solidaridad
g. The Founding of La Liga Filipina

VIII. Rizal in Dapitan
a. Independent Life in Talisay and his activities in Dapitan as:
1. Physician
2. Farmer
3. Teacher
4. Businessman
5. Scientist
6. Scholar and Writer
7. Community Leader
b. Rizal debates on Religion
c. Rizal and the Katipunan

IX. Trial and Execution
a. The Preliminary Investigation
b. Arraignment
c. Trial
d. The Execution

X. The Women in Rizals Life
a. From Segunda Katigbak to Josephine Leopoldine Bracken

XI. Literary Works
a. Selected Poems
b. Selected Essays
c. Selected Letters

XII. Nationalistic Novels
a. Noli Me Tangere
b. El Filibusterismo



XIII. Basic Ideas Regarding Nation Building
a. Political Reforms
b. Educational Reforms
c. Moral Principles
d. Socio-economic Reforms


References:

Rizal The Greatest Filipino Hero
by Anacoreta P. Purino

Rizal His Legacy to Philippine Society
by Cecilio D. Duka and Rowena A. Pila

Jose Rizal Life, Works, and Writings
by Gregorio F. Zaide

RIZAL and the Development of National Consciousness
by Romero et al.

Historical Bulletin, Volume XLIII