Education Under the Propaganda Movement Presented by: Bombane, Christine R. Benauro, Ariel Jr.O Limosinero, Dyann C.
Education under Propaganda MovementEducation Cathecism19th century- 200,000 students (all levels) were in school.
Education Decree 18632 primary free Men asschools for boys teacherand girls in each under thetown Jesuits
SchoolsThey started to accept Filipino students.•Escuela Normal Elemental- 1896 school for midwives 1879•Escuela Normal Superior de Maestras- 1892 school for female teachers.FREE PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL IN MANILA -1890
SUBJECTS Syllabus of Education in the Municipal AthenaeumAlgebra Geometry Rhetoric andAgriculture Greek PoetryArithmetic History Spanish Classics SpanishChemistry Latin CompositionCommerce Mechanics TopographyEnglish Natural History Trigonometry PaintingFrench PhilosophyGeography Physics
SUBJECTS For Girls - reflected in the curriculum of the Colegio de Santa IsabelArithmetic NeedleworkDrawing Philippine HistoryDress-cutting PhysicsFrench ReadingGeology Sacred History SpanishGeography GrammarGeometryHistory of SpainMusic
Education under Propaganda MovementEducation is forILLUSTRADOS ONLY !!!!! Writings Desire for Independence
Referenceshttp://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/1197/Philippines-HISTORY-BACKGROUND.html#ixzz1m3l2KWGOhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/4941120/History-of-Education-in-the-Philippineshttp://www.deped.gov.ph/about_deped/history.aspIsidro, Antonio. Philippine nationalism and theschools
University of MakatiCollege of Arts, Sciences and Education II- H BSE SOCIAL STUDIES Presented to: Prof. Sagadraca Presented by: Bombane, Christine R. Benauro, Ariel Jr.O Limosinero, Dyann C.