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HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY

Angeles City
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES and EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
COURSE SYLLABUS in 4HIST/4PHILHIST
I.
II.

Course Title:
Philippine History and Culture (4HIST/4PHILHIST)
Course Description:
This course surveys the major historical periods that have led to the emergence of modern Filipino nation
from the culture of pre-colonial era to the contemporary times. It gives emphasis on the interaction and
struggles between the Filipinos and their colonizers and the foreign influences that marked Philippine
History.
It seeks to emphasize the process on how the Philippines and the Filipinos cope with nation building and
nation-living and how we articulate and express ourselves as a people and as a nation.

III.

Course Credit:

3 units

IV.

Pre-requisite:

None

V.

Course General Objectives (Broad competencies):


At the end of the course, the student should are expected to:
1. Examine the current historical perspectives in viewing the past;
2. Delineate the thriving civilization of the early Filipinos which shaped their psyche, worldviews and indigenous
spirituality;
3. Discuss the relevance of Philippine historical events in relation to contemporary events; and
4. Demonstrate sense of nationalism by analyzing various issues that will inculcate awareness and foster sense
of responsibility;
5. Make a personal judgment on how different historical events can shape and influence the development of a
Filipino nation;

6. Recognize the need in nurturing nationalistic values and demonstrate awareness and involvement on the
nations efforts toward nation-building, national development and social transformation and;
7. Visit one of the historical sites in the country to develop appreciation and pride from the contributions of the
brave Filipinos who fought for sovereignty and independence
VI.

Textbooks/ References
Main Textbook:

Halili, Ma. Christine (2004). Philippine History. Quezon City: Rex Printing Company, Inc
Other References:

1.

Abueva, Jose (1998). The Making of the Filipino Nation and Republic: From Barangays,
tribes, Sultanates and Colony. Quezon City: UP Press

2.

Buehler, Soledad (1998). The Cry of Balintawak, A Contrived Controversy. Quezon City:
Ateneo de Manila University Press

3.

Constantino, Renato (1975). The Philippines: a Past Revisited. Manila: The Foundation
for Nationalist Studies

4.

Ileto, Reynaldo (1979). Pasyon and |Revolution: Popular Movements in the Philippines,
1840-1910. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press

5.

Kasaysayang Bayan: Sampung Aralin sa Kasaysayang Pilipino (2005). Quezon City:


ADHIKA ng Pilipinas and National Historical Institute

6.

Llanes, Ferdinand, Ed. (1994). Katipunan: Isang Pambansang Kilusan. Quezon City:
Trinitas Publishing, Inc.

7.

Enterprises

Manguigad, M. et al (2002). Brief History of the Filipino People. Manila: Libro Filipino

8.

Ochosa, Orlino (1995). Bandoleros: Outlawed Guerillas of the Philippine-American War,


1903-1907. Quezon City: New Day Publishers

9.

Salazar, Zeus et al (1996). Talaaarawan 1997: Himgasikang Pilipino: Digma ng mga


Anak ng Bayan. Manila: Palimbagang Kalawakan

10.
11.

Inc.

Scott, William (1994). Barangay: Sixteenth Centruy Philippine Culture and Society.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press

12.
13.

Santiago, Angela (1995). Chronology of a Revolution 1986. Manila: Raintee Publishing,

Teodoro, Agoncillo (1990). History of the Filipino. Quezon City: People GAROTECH
Veneracion, Jaime (1997). Agos ng Dugong Kayumanggi: Isang Kasaysayan ng
Sambayanang Pilipino. Quezon City:Abiva Publishing House, Inc.

14.

Ventura, Sylvia (2001). SUPREMO, The Story of Andres Bonifacio. Manila: Tahanan
Books

Electronic Journals
Log on and register to the UP Diliman Journals Online http://journals.upd.edu.ph/ to access the following UP academic
journals
1. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies
Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies is an internationally refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a
forum for critical and interdisciplinary perspectives on the Philippines and the Third World with special reference to political
economy.
2. Social Science Diliman

Social Science Diliman is a refereed semi-annual journal for the social sciences. It is bilingual (English and Filipino) and both
disciplinal and multidisciplinary. Articles on any aspect of the social sciences and their applications are invited. Book reviews
may also be submitted.

Internet Resources
Philippine History: www.pinas.dlsu.edu.ph/history/history.html
The Spaniards' First 50 Years in the Philippines: www.philippinehistory.net/first50/index.htm
History of the Philippines Summary and Analysis: www.bookrags.com/History_of_the_Philippines
Pearl Harbor: Mother of all Conspiracies:www.geocities.com/Pentagon/6315/Pearl.html

VII.

Course Outline
Prelim Period

Midterm Period

History: Essence and Form

Definition, Relevance and


Perspectives

People and the Environment

Archipelagos Name (Barangganic


Period to present)
Geography and Culture
The Filipino Traits and Values
The Theories on the Origin of the
Proto-Filipinos
Filipinos Civilization and Culture
during the Stone Age, Metal Age and
Age of Contact)

Struggles for Rights and Freedom

Philippine Revolts
Reformation Movement
The Revolution
Katipuneros (Bonifacio
and the Revolt of the Masses)
Republicanos (Biak-naBato Republic and Dictatorial
Government )
- Bandoleros (Sakay and the
Outlawed guerillas of the Fil-Am
War)
American Period

The Fil-Am Hostilities

Final Period
Japanese Occupation

Socio-economic conditions of
the Filipinos
The Liberation and its historical
myth

The Conditions of the Republic under


the different Administrations:( focused
on accomplishments and failures)

Manuel Roxas
Elpidio Quirino
Ramon Magsaysay
Carlos P. Garcia
Diosdado Macapagal

Cultural Evolution of the Early


Filipinos
Traditional Filipino Communities
Islam and Sultanate

The Campaign for


Independence
American Heritage (Positive
and Negative)

Spanish Period

PRELIM
PERIOD

Topic

Introduction
Orientation to
the Course

Specific Objectives
(Learning Competencies)

Explain and identify


the courses
description and

Ferdinand Marcos
Corazon C. Aquino
Fidel V. Ramos
Joseph Estrada
Gloria M. Arroyo

Martial Law
People Power: EDSA Revolutions

Resistance and Acculturation


Early Spanish Settlements
Institutional Impact of Spanish Rule
- Political
- Economic
- Social and Cultural Transformation

Weeks

Special Topic: PAMPANGA


History of Pampanga
Geography and Culture
Different towns

Outcomes/Student
Activities

Ice Breaker Activity

Assessment
tools

None

Resources
(references, AVmaterials)

HAU
Manual

Student

1st Week

History: Essence and


Form

Definition,
Relevance and
Perspectives

objectives
Examine the nature,
the various forms
and perspectives in
history

Lecture/Discussion

Essay rubric

Group
discussion
rubric

Teodoro,
Agoncillo (1990).
History of the
Filipino.Quezon
City: People
GAROTECH

Kasaysayang
Bayan: Sampung
Aralin sa
Kasaysayang
Pilipino (2005).
Quezon City:
Adhika ng Pilipinas
and National
Historical Institute

Halili, Ma.
Christine (2004).
Philippine History.
Quezon City: Rex
Printing Company,

2nd - 6th
Week

People and the


Environment

Archipelagos
Name
(Barangganic
Period to
present)
Geography and
Culture
The Filipino
Traits and Values
The Theories
on the Origin of
the ProtoFilipinos
Filipinos
Civilization and
Culture during
the Stone Age,
Metal Age, &
Age of Contact
Cultural
Evolution of the
Early Filipinos

Trace and narrate


historical facts
surrounding the
Philippine sociopolitical situation
before the colonial
period

Student Participation
Role Playing
Analysis
Synthesis
Small group
discussion/s

Review Article
Rubric
Quiz

In-Class Essay Activity


Review/Critique article
Film Viewing

Lecture/Discussion

Copy
of
Course Outline
David, Randolf
(2004). Why We
Remember.
Nation, Self and
Citizenship:
An
Introduction
to
Phil.
Sociology.
Pasig City: Anvil
Publishing, Inc.

Essay rubric

Traditional
Filipino
Communities

Spanish Period

Resistance and
Acculturation
Early Spanish
Settlements
Institutional
Impact of
Spanish Rule
-Political
-Economic
-Social and
Cultural
Transformation

Inc.

MIDTERM
PERIOD
6th 12th
Week

Struggles for
Rights and
Freedom

Philippine
Revolts

Reformatio

Describe and
assess the Filipinos
concept of
nationhood and
statehood

Student Participation

Identify the
problems and
challenges faced by
our leaders in their
quest for selfgovernance and
economic
development

Synthesis

Examine the
unequal relationship
that had bounded
the Filipinos with
their colonizers

Film Viewing

Role Playing

Group
discussion
rubric

Analysis

Small group
discussion/s

Review Article
Rubric

Quiz

In-Class Essay Activity


Review/Critique article

Lecture/Discussion
Student Participation

Group
discussion
rubric

Manguigad,
M. et al (2002).
Brief History of
the Filipino
People. Manila:
Libro Filipino
Enterprises
Constantino,
Renato (1975).
The Philippines: a
Past Revisited.
Manila: The
Foundation for
Nationalist
Studies
Abueva, Jose
(1998). The
Making of the
Filipino Nation and
Republic: From
Barangays, tribes,
Sultanates and
Colony. Quezon
City: UP Press
Buehler,
Soledad (1998).
The Cry of
Balintawak, A
Contrived

FINAL
PERIOD
13th

n Movement
The
Revolution
Kati
puneros
(Bonifacio
and the
Revolt of the
Masses)
Rep
ublicanos
(Biak-naBato
Republic and
Dictatorial
Government)
- Bandoleros
(Sakay and the
Outlawed
guerillas of the
Fil-Am War)

Role Playing

Synthesis

Quiz

Small group
discussion/
In-Class Essay Activity
Review/Critique article

Film Viewing

Small group
discussion/s
In-Class Essay Activity

American Period

The Fil-Am
Hostilities

The
Campaign for
Independence

American
Heritage
(Positive and
Negative)
Japanese Occupation

Appraise the
struggles of our
heroes (popular and
unsung),in sparking
the flame of
freedom

Analysis

Review Article
Rubric

Group Discussion

Assess our
cultural struggle vis
a vis with our
colonial
consciousness (or
being inner
colonials)

Explain the
socio-political context

Essay rubric

Student Participation
Group

Controversy.
Quezon City:
Ateneo de Manila
University Press
Lllanes,
Ferdinand, Ed.
(1994).
Katipunan: Isang
Pambansang
Kilusan. Quezon
City: Trinitas
Publishing, Inc.
Ochosa,
Orlino (1995).
Bandoleros:
Outlawed
Guerillas of the
PhilippineAmerican War,
1903-1907.
Quezon City: New
Day Publishers
Alternative
Film:
Sakay

Pearl Harbor:
Mother of all
Conspiracies.ww
w.geocities.com/

18th
Week

Socioeconomic
conditions of the
Filipinos
The Liberation
and its historical
myth

that lead to the


Japanese Invasion to
the Philippines

Role Playing

Describe the
situation in the
country under the
Japanese Imperial
Government

Synthesis

Review Article
Rubric

Small group
discussion/s

Quiz

The Conditions of the


Republic under the
different
Administrations

Manuel Roxas
Elpidio Quirino
Ramon
Magsaysay
4.
Carlos P.
Garcia
5.
Diosdado
Macapagal
6.
Ferdinand
Marcos
7.
Corazon C.
Aquino
8.
Fidel V. Ramos
9.
Joseph Estrada
10. Gloria M.
Arroyo
1.
2.
3.

discussion
rubric

Pentagon/6315/
Pearl.html

Analysis

Teodoro,
Agoncillo (1990).
History of the
Filipino. Quezon
City: People
GAROTECH

Halili, Ma.
Christine (2004).
Philippine History.
Quezon City: Rex
Printing Company,
Inc.

Manguigad,
M. et al (2002).
Brief History of
the Filipino
People. Manila:
Libro Filipino
Enterprises

In-Class Essay Activity


Review/Critique article
Identify and
examine the
accomplishments and
failures of the
different
administrations

Film Viewing
Lecture/Discussion
Student Participation

Essay rubric
Group
discussion
rubric

Role Playing
Analysis
Synthesis
Review/Critique article

Review Article
Rubric
Quiz
Essay rubric

Film Viewing
Review Article
Rubric

Documentary film:
Batas Militar

Martial Law
People Power: EDSA
Revolutions

Special Topic:
PAMPANGA
History of Pampanga
Geography and
Culture
Different towns

8. GRADING SYSTEM
a. Grading Scheme: 70% Class Standing & 30% Major Examination(s)
b. Formulas:
CSP- Class Standing Prelim
PE- Prelim Examination
CSM- Class Standing Midterms
ME- Midterm Examination
CSF- Class Standing Final
FE- Final Examination
Prelim Grade = 70% (CSP) + 30% (PE)
Final Grade = 70% (CSP) + 30% (PE) + 70% (CSM) + 30% (ME) + 70% (CSF) + 30% FE)
3

FINAL GRADE EQUIVALENTS


97-over

1.00

94-96

1.25

A-

91-93

1.5

B+

88-90

1.75

85-87

2.00

B-

82-84

2.25

C+

79-81

2.50

76-78

2.75

C-

75

3.00

74 below

5.00

D
F
(failed)
FA
(failure due to
absences)
UW
(unauthorized
withdrawal)
DRP
(dropped)

6.00
8.00
9.00
Date revised: May 2008