The 1. _____________ become a crown colony of 2._________by accident.
Spain claimed the islands for 2 reasons.
2 branches of the government
The Governor General
Is the 7.__________ official in the Philippines during the 8.__________ rules.
He was appointed by the 9.__________ ___ _________ and originally received a salary of 10.________ a year ; later
this amount was raised to 11.__________.
He was the 12.__________________s___________ in the Philippines.
He `13._________ and 14._________ all the15. ______________ the officer government.
He is also a 16._____________________ of the 17._________________ and he had the power to 18._________ war on
He also exercised 21.______________ called 22._________ by which he could 23._________ or 24._________ the
affectivity of even a 25._______ or 26.________________ issued from 27._________.
He exercised 28._________ power too.
Advisory bodies to the governor general
The former was established by the 30.____________________________ and served as the 31.___________________.
It was composed of the Governor-General himself as president and had the following members:
Checks and succession to the Governor-general
The 38.___________________, the Philippine 39. ___________40._____________.
The 41.___________________, a 42.________ 43.___________ conducted by the 44.___________ governor-general to
45.______________ the conduct his 46._____________.
The 47.________________ and 48._______________ who denounced to the 49.________ whatever abuses the
governor-general might have 50._______________.
The 51.______________ , an 52.________________ who has occasionally designated by the 53.______________ to
investigate 54._______________ affairs.
The municipal government
Each municipality ,o town was headed by the 55.____________________ , popularly known as 56.______________ ,
this was the 57.___________ government office held by a 58.______________.
The city government
The incomienda system
The 68._______________ is introduced in 69.__________.
Three kings of incomienda
All male Filipinos from 73.____________ were required to give their 74._____________, called 75.________ to the
Rich Filipino annually paid the 76.____________.
77._____________ is a sign of the Filipino loyalty to the king of Spain.
Small parts of tribute called 78._____________, which increased in 1589.
The Filipinos also paid other taxes 79.________________ 80._________________, vinta.
________1.Rules of conduct in relationship where of necessity developed and refined through the ages.
________2.Looking person in the eye means that we acknowledge their presence and that you are listening to his/her
________3.Where there is life, there should be love, especially family love. Love makes a house home. Size, Color,
location have nothing to do with the spirit that dwells inside.
________4.The usual way is to catch his eye and then raise your hand.
________5.Check, please” the check is presented face down on a small plate.
________6.It is difficult to give definite rules.
________7.The church is a place of worship, it is a formal, quiet place.
________8.Have become the most common form of entertaining .
________9.It can be very confusing to be presented with a variety of eating utensils.
________10.When dinning with others, place your napkin on your lap after everyone at your table has been seated.
________11.Wait for everyone at your table to be served before beginning to eat.
________12.May be found placed across the top of the place setting.
________13.Community food such as the bread basket, salt and pepper, salad to the right.
________14.Buttering only a few bites at a time.
________15.A variety of types and slices of glasses can be used throughout the meal.
1-8 Honor your parents
9-18 Sisters and brothers
19-24 Forms of introduction
Draw the formal place setting.
________1. Thrive on consultation with the subordinates who are encouraged to participate in planning and decision
________2. The supervisor focused on getting out production and more concerned with the technical aspects of the
________3. The pathway of the message will take to the receiver.
________4. This is the factor that creates confusion, disturb & interferes with the flow communication.
________5. Anything that impedes the exchange of information between a sender and a receiver.
________6. Uses form of penalties in achieving his tasks.
________7. The supervisor stresses interpersonal relationship on the job.
________8. The person whose senses perceive the message.
________9. Communication flow from superior to the subordinates.
________10. This is the process by which the receiver interprets message and convert into useful information.
________11. If the message adversely reflect on the subordinates or the superior who will receive it , the
subordinates would probably choose not to sent It anymore.
________12. The organization is designed to give channels to give channels for message to flow.
________13. It is the return of information to sender o source of communication.
________14. Upward messages travel against normal flow of information.
________15. The official channels by which information is transmitted in an organization.
________16. Communication between a line and staff personnel.
________17. These networks are designed to keep higher-level managers from being over-burdened.
________18. Is related to Frederick Taylor and the proponent of scientific management concept.
________19. Kinetics refers to the study of body movements.
________20. Individuals communicate through different aspects of the environment they utilize.
________21. Sometime it is called paralanguage, this refers o such qualities as pitch, volume, and rate of speech.
________22. Usually precedes any verbal interaction.
________23. More revealing of a person’s attitudes and emotions than other means non-verbal communication.
________24. Social contracts of employees on their job were also important.
________25. Is one of the most popular concept of motivation was suggested by Abraham Maslow in 1940.
________26. As sophisticated approach to manipulate employees.
________27. David McClelland came up with other need classification.
________28. These are basic needs to survive and include food, clothing, shelter, water and air.
________29. Existence, relatedness and growth needs was developed by Clayton Alderfer and was similar with the need
concept in some other way because it is also deals with need categories.
________30. These are important for interaction with and acceptance by other people, which include desire for
affection, affiliation, friendship, and love.
________31. The central focuses on two sets of reward as outcomes; the first is related to job satisfaction, while the
others deal on job dissatisfaction.
________32. These needs concern the protection of individuals-to be safe and secure, both physically and
psychologically from external dangers and threats.
________33. A person’s motivation is related with the expectancies or probabilities of outcomes; valence result;
outcomes or result.
________34. Maslow used this to relate feeling of self-respect and self-worth, respect and esteem from other peers.
________35. Valued very much in the United States and in the Philippines. In 1920, Whiting William’s, an industrial
executive quit his job to find ‘ what is on the worker’s mind’.
________36. This is the highest need and it covers the desire to fulfill one’s potential, skills and abilities, ‘what a man
can be, he must be, everyone desires to achieve his potential, to become that which he can become.’
________37. This theory was first discussed by Edwin Locke, concerned with a number of other issues surrounding
________38. This is an approach to motivation almost the antithesis of cognitive theories.
________39. Plays the role of a paternalistic leader who are motivates their subordinates to rely to him for their
________40. Is the tasks of work with and through people to accomplish organizational goals.
2. With our
4. After the
6. I will be glad
18. Dear Madam
19. Yours very truly
20. Cordially yours
21. Dear Miss
38. Boy hood
1. Does it have a pleasant meaning ?
2. Must be chosen by the firm based on consumer needs & wants because it represents
values to the consumers.
3. Bands enable consumer to easily distinguish one product from one another.
4. Can it registered?
5. The brand equity concept is like the owners equity concepts.
6. Which have a long interval between repeat purchases because of the long-lasting nature
of the product.
7. It enables the owner of the brand name to enjoy the good will associated with the same
so us not to be taken advantage by others.
8. Is the band closely associated with another product?
9. Which are essentially intangible because there are no physical products involved.
10. It enables the owner to communicate the benefits of his product vis-à-vis competition.
11. Can it be pronounced easily.
12. Which is the amount of money, time, and energy the buyer is willing to spend to
purchase a given product.
13. Which have stronger repeat purchases because products are consumable.
14. Can your name be remembered easily.
15. Is mainly the perceived risk by the consumer.
16. This is the buyers subjective feeling about the consequences of making a purchasing
17. Are products that consumers feels are worth the time and effort to compare with other
18. Are unique, customized products which have their own niches.
19. Is the brand name too limiting to be use for expansion?
20. Are the lowest risk and lowest efforts products where either none or very small decisionmaking.
Draw the Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs model.
Draw the Four Categories of product according to customer’s effort & risk.
Draw the Levels of product.
Draw the Customer-oriented product framework.
Draw the Routes to branding.