History 101 the phils setting

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History 101 the phils setting

  1. 1. GEOGRAPHICAL FOUNDATIONHISTORICAL FOUNDATION
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 6.  MINERAL RESOURCES METALLIC NICKEL COBALT SILVER GOLD COPPER MANGANESE NON – METALLIC LIME CEMENT GRAVEL MARBLE GRANITE ASPHALT ASBESTOS
  7. 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. 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. 9. HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONSOCIAL CLASSESRICH CLASSMIDDLE CLASSPOOR CLASS
  10. 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. 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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