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Rizal   chapter 1 - advent of a national hero

Rizal chapter 1 - advent of a national hero






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    Rizal   chapter 1 - advent of a national hero Rizal chapter 1 - advent of a national hero Presentation Transcript

    • What is your L1? (First Language)
    • How about your L2? (Second Language)
    • Still, some of us acquire an L3. (Third Language)
    • But can you imagine anyone acquiring an L20?
    • Dr. Jose P. Rizal• Spoke over 20 languages• Not only a hero and political martyr• Many-splendored genius• A man with many talents
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• PHYSICIANHe treated several patients afflicted not only with eye diseases.• OPHTHALMOLOGISTHe graduated in an ophthalmologic college in Spain.
    • Rizal treating his mother’s eyes
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• POETRizal wrote over 35 poems including his famous Ultimo Adios.• HISTORIANHis annotation of Antonio de Morga’s Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas entitled him as one.
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• FARMER-BUSINESSMANHe had a partner in Dapitan in the Abaca business there (1892-1896).• SCULPTORHis works of his father and of Father Guerrico, S. J. typified his sculptural ability.
    • “The Triumph of Science Over Death,” Rizal’s most well-known sculpture
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• CARTOGRAPHERHe drew maps of Dapitan, The Philippines and other places he visited.• BIBLIOPHILEHe had a big library and brought many books abroad.
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• PHILOLOGISTRizal loved of learning and literature is unequalled.• PHILOSOPHERRizal not only loved wisdom but also regulated his life and enjoyed calmness of the life at all times.
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• HUMORISTThere are many humorous incidents in the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.• TRAVELERHe traveled around the world three times.
    • Rizal drinking with his friends
    • RIZAL: A MANY- SPLENDORED GENIUS• SPORTSMANHe fenced with Europeans and Juan Luna and other friends in Europe.He played chess and bear several Germans and European friends and acquaintances.He could shoot a target 20 meters away.
    • Rizal fencing with Juan Luna
    • And the listgoes on and on…
    • BIRTH OF A HERO• June 19, 1861 – Rizal was born• June 22, 1861 – Rizal was baptized• Father Rufino Collantes – baptized Rizal• Father Pedro Casanas – Rizal’s godfather
    • RIZAL’S BIG HEAD?One of Rizal’s most Rizal as a young man famous photos
    • The 11-year old Rizal
    • Francisco Mercado Rizal • Rizal’s father • Born on May 11, 1818 • Studied Latin and Philosophy at the College of San Jose • Became a tenant in Calamba
    • Francisco Mercado Rizal • Died on January 5, 1898 at the age of 80
    • Teodora Alonso Realonda • Rizal’s mother • Born on November 8, 1826 • Studied at the College of Santa Rosa • Died on August 26, 1911 at the age of 85
    • RIZAL’S SIBLINGSSaturnina Paciano Narcisa
    • RIZAL’S SIBLINGSOlimpia Lucia Maria
    • RIZAL’S SIBLINGSJose Concepcion Josefa
    • RIZAL’S SIBLINGS Trinidad Soledad
    • RIZAL’S ANCESTRY• Rizal was called “The Great Malayan”• actually had Negrito, Malay, Chinese, Japanese and Spanish blood• Predominantly, he was a Malayan
    • PATERNAL SIDE• Domingo Lamco – Rizal’s great-great-grandfather – A Chinese immigrant from Chiangchow – Arrived in Manila in about 1690 – Was baptized, married Ines dela Rosa – Took the surname “Mercado” in 1731
    • PATERNAL SIDE• Francisco Mercado – Son of Domingo and Ines – Rizal’s great-grandfather – Married Cirila Bernacha – Resided in Biñan, Laguna – Was elected gobernadorcillo of Biñan
    • PATERNAL SIDE• Juan Mercado – Son of Francisco and Cirila – Rizal’s grandfather – Married Cirila Alejandro – Was also elected gobernadorcillo of Biñan – Had thirteen children
    • PATERNAL SIDE• Francisco Mercado – Youngest son of Juan and Cirila – Rizal’s father – Lost his father at the age of 8 – Married Teodora – Settled in Calamba, Laguna – Engaged in farming and business
    • MATERNAL SIDE• Lakandula – last king of Tondo• Eugenio Ursua – Teodora’s great-grandfather – Was of Japanese ancestry – Married to Benigna (a Filipina)
    • MATERNAL SIDE• Regina – Daughter of Eugenio and Benigna – Married Atty. Manuel de Quintos• Brigida – Daughter of Regina and Atty. Quintos – Married Alberto Alonso – Had five children
    • THE RIZAL SURNAME• In 1731, Domingo Lamco adopted the surname “Mercado” (market)• In 1849, Gov. Gen. Claveria ordered all Filipinos to adopt Spanish surnames• Francisco adopted the surname “Rizal”• Was suggested by the provincial governor, who was a family friend
    • THE RIZAL SURNAME• Originally “Ricial”• In Spanish, it means “green fields”• Prophetic according to Leon Ma. Guerrero: “a field where wheat, cut while still in green, sprouts again.”• Only Jose used the surname Rizal until 1891
    • A MIDDLE CLASS FAMILY• The Rizal family belonged to the principalia• Had a large stone house• Owned a carjuahe (carriage)• Had a private library with more than 1,000 books• Sent their children to colleges in Manila
    • THE RIZAL HOUSE• A two-storey building• Built of adobe stones and hard woods• Roofed with red The rebuilt Rizal house tiles
    • Let’s have a field trip!
    • The famous landmark of Calamba, the gigantic jar which has all the Calamba towns written on its surface.
    • The back of the Rizal house, then and now.
    • The grand staircase that leads to the main hall of the house
    • The original karwahe (carriage) of the Rizal family, still intact after all these years.Unfortunately, the horse died many many years ago.
    • The living room
    • The comida or the dining room
    • The main dining room
    • The platera
    • The cocina or kitchen
    • Jose Rizals bedroom.
    • The family well located at the back of the house
    • A most important seat in the house
    • A replica of Pepe’s little nipa playhouse
    • HOME LIFE OF THE RIZALS• The Rizal family had a simple, contented and happy life• Believed in the maxim “Spare the rod and spoil the child”• Everyday, the family heard Mass• Prayed together the Rosary and Angelus daily
    • Thank you for listening!