Philippine History, Government and Constitution
1st Semester, SY 2011 – 2012
Thelma V. Villaflores
This course traces the rich cultural heritage of Filipinos from its glorious past to its dynamic transformation which shows the different factors that surround such changes.
1. Identify the different periods in Philippine history
2. Analyze the events that helped shape our identity as a nation
3. Respect and appreciate the complexities of our history
4. Exhibit strong Filipino identity.
Course Requirements and Activities
1. Philippine statistics and map
3. Film Viewing
4. Philippine Presidents’ Profiles
5. Field Trip
6. Classroom Participation
7. Quizzes and Major Examinations
1. The land and its people
2. The Pre-colonial Philippines
3. Spanish colonization
4. The reform movement
5. Active revolution
6. The Malolos republic
7. American regime
9. The Philippine republic
10. Martial rule
11. After EDSA
12. The Philippine Constitution
13. The executive department
14. The legislative department
15. Parliamentary immunities and inhibitions
16. The mechanics of law-making
17. The judicial department
18. Constitutional commission
19. Accountability of Public Officers
Agoncillo, Teodoro A. (1980). Ang Pilipinas at ang mga Pilipino: noon at ngayon. Quezon City: Garotech Publishing
Agoncillo, Teodoro A. (1990). History of the Filipino people. Quezon city: Garotech Publishing.
Constantino, Renato. (1975). The Philippines: a past revisited, vol. 1. Quezon City
Costales, Rodrigo D. et al. (2010). Politics and governance: history, government and constitution. Manila: Rex Book Store
Diaz, Christine L. (2009). The other Philippine history textbook: precolonial Philippines to the revolution, book 1. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, Inc.
Diaz, Christine L. (2009). The other Philippine history textbook: the American period to the present, book 2. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, Inc.
Garcia, Carlito D. (2009). Philippine government and constitution. Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp. Publishing Corp.
Garcia, Carlito D. (2009). Philippine history and government. Mandaluyong City: Books Atbp. Publishing Corp.
Morada, Noel M. and Encarnacion Tadem, Teresa S. (2006). Philippine politics and governance: an introduction. Quezon City: University of the Philippines
Ocampo, Ambeth. (2009). 101 stories on the Philippine revolution. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing Inc.
Oliveros, Reynaldo et.al. ( 2007). Philippine history and government. Quezon City: Ibon Books.
Zaide, Sonia M. (1999). The Philippines: a unique nation. Quezon City. All Nations Publishing Co., Inc
Zulueta, Francisco M. and Nebres, Abriel M. (2010). Philippine history and government through the years. Mandaluyong City: National Bookstore.
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Information – http://announcementsnschedules.blogspot.com/
Grades – http://mystudentsgrades.blogspot.com/