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History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
History 101 the phils setting
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History 101 the phils setting

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  • 1. GEOGRAPHICAL FOUNDATIONHISTORICAL FOUNDATION
  • 2. GEOGRAPHICAL FOUNDATION THE PHILIPPINE ARCHIPELAGO IS COMPOSED OF7, 107 ISLANDS. IT IS LOCATED IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. Y’ AMI LIES IN THE NORTHERNMOSTPART, WHILE SALUAG LIES IN THESOUTHERNMOST PART. THE PACIFIC OCEAN LIES IN THE EAST OF THEPHILIPPINES, WHILE THE SOUTH CHINA SEA ISON THE WEST.
  • 3. THE NATIONAL TERRITORY THE NATIONAL TERRITORY OF THE PHILIPPINESIS PROVIDED IN ARTICLE I OF THE 1987CONSTITUTION AND BASED ON THEARCHIPELAGO DOCTRINE. ARCHIPELAGO DOCTRINE – PROVIDES THAT ANARCHIPELAGIC COUNTRY’S TERRITORY SHALL BECOMPOSED OF ALL THE ISLANDS COMPOSINGTHE ARCHIPELAGO.
  • 4. TOPOGRAPHY LONG COASTLINE – 10, 850 STATUTE MILES, ABOUTTWICE THE LENGTH OF THE U.S COASTLINE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN – MOUNT APO IN MINDANAO LOWEST DEPTH – “PHILIPPINE DEEP” ALONG THEPACIFIC COAST OF OUR ARCHIPELAGO MANILA BAY – ONE OF THE FINEST HARBORS IN THEORIENT LONGEST RIVER – CAGAYAN RIVER IN LUZON LARGEST LAKE – LAGUNA DE BAY IN LUZON THE PHILIPPINES IS CHARACTERIZED BY ACTIVEVOLCANOES, MAKING US A PART OF A WESTERNPACIFIC ARC SYSTEM.
  • 5. CLIMATE AND NATURALRESOURCES 3 MAIN SEASONS: WET SEASON – JUNE TO OCTOBER COOL DRY SEASON – NOVEMBER TO FEBRUARY HOT DRY SEASON – MARCH TO MAY IT IS BLESSED WITH PLAINS AND VALLEYS WERECROPS GROW ABUNDANTLY. PALAY CORN COCONUT ABACA TOBACCO SUGAR CANE FRUITS VEGETABLES
  • 6.  MINERAL RESOURCES METALLIC NICKEL COBALT SILVER GOLD COPPER MANGANESE NON – METALLIC LIME CEMENT GRAVEL MARBLE GRANITE ASPHALT ASBESTOS
  • 7.  THE PHILIPPINES ALSO BOASTS OF SOME RARESPECIES OF ANIMALS. TARSIER OF BOHOL TAMARAW IN MINDORO MONKEY-EATING EAGLE MOUSE-DEER OF PALAWAN IT IS HOME TO 2,000 SPECIES OF FISH AND 850SPECIES OF BIRDS. THE PHILIPPINES ALSO YIELDS ABOUT 20,000SPECIES OF MARINE LIVES SUCH ASSHELLS, CORALS AND PEARLS. THE RECOGNIZED LARGEST NATURAL PEARL INTHE WORLD WAS THE “PEARL OF ALLAH” FOUNDBY A MUSLIM DIVER IN MINDANAO IN 1934.
  • 8. POLITICAL REGIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES REGION 1 (ILOCOS REGION) REGION 2 (CAGAYAN VALLEY) REGION 3 (CENTRAL LUZON) REGION 4 (SOUTHERN TAGALOG) REGION 5 (BICOL REGION) REGION 6 (WESTERN VISAYAS) REGION 7 (CENTRAL VISAYAS) REGION 8 (EASTERN VISAYAS) REGION 9 (ZAMBOANGAPENINSULA) REGION 10 (NORTHERNMINDANAO) REGION 11 (DAVAOREGION) REGION 12(SOCCSKSARGEN) REGION 13 (CARAGA) ARMM(AUTONOMOUSREGION IN MUSLIMMINDANAO) CAR(CORDILLERAADMINISTRATIVE REGION NATIONAL CAPITALREGION
  • 9. HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONSOCIAL CLASSESRICH CLASSMIDDLE CLASSPOOR CLASS
  • 10. FILIPINO CHARACTER TRAITS NEGATIVE TRAITS EXTREME FAMILY CENTEREDNESS EXTREME PERSONALISM LACK OF DISCIPLINE PASSIVE AND LACK OF INITIATIVE COLONIAL MENTALITY THE “KANYA-KANYA” SYNDROME OR “CRABMENTALITY” LACK OF SELF-ANALYSIS AND SELF-REFLECTION FATALISTIC
  • 11.  POSITIVE TRAITS CAMARADERIE AND FEELINGS OF CLOSENESS TOONE ANOTHER STRONG FAMILY ORIENTATION JOY AND HUMOR FLEXIBILITY, ADAPTABILITY AND CREATIVITY HARDWORK AND INDUSTRY FAITH AND RELIGIOUSITY ABILITY TO SURVIVE FREEDOM LOVING LOYALTY TO FRIENDS AND COUNTRY HOSPITALITY RESPECT FOR ELDERS

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