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    Powerpoint in Philippine History (Chapter 2 part 2) Powerpoint in Philippine History (Chapter 2 part 2) Presentation Transcript

    • Country’s Climate
    • The Philippines, situated at the Torrid Zone, has a tropical climate.
      The country has two seasons, dry and wet.
    • Rainy season occurs from May to November, while dry season occurs from December to April.
      The country experiences typhoon from June to October.
    • The Filipino People
    • The Filipino people is a harmonious mixture of diversity and homogeneity.
      Within the blood veins of the Filipinos are the blends of their forefathers from Malay, Chinese, Negrito, Indian, European, and American lineage.
    • Philippine Ethnic groups distribution
    • Igorots
    • Mangyans
    • Badjao
    • Tagbanua
    • Lumad
    • T’boli
    • Aetas
    • Non-Indigenous Ethnic Groups
    • Non-Indigenous Ethnic Groups
    • Non-Indigenous Ethnic Groups
    • Theories on the Origin of Filipinos
    • Migration Theory
      According to Beyer, the ancestors of the Filipinos came in waves of migration.
    • Migration Theory
      “Dawn Man”
      Negritos
      Indonesians
      Malays
    • Core Population Theory
      According to this theory, the inhabitants of the Philippines consist of a core population to which came accretions of the people who moved in from the region
    • Core Population Theory
      The movement of the people are erratic rather than in sequential waves
      They share common cultural traits or base culture