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LO 2 LM02_The Development of Filipino Nationalism


1. Who are the principalias? I. Filipinos who lived and studies in Europe II. Spaniards that were living in
the Philippines III. Unchristianized natives and free from colonial rule IV. Indios who held positions in
the Spanish colonial government
A. I at II C. II at III B. I at IV D. III at IV
2. What is the aim of secularization movement?
A.The use of indigenous language in curch services.
B. Sending of Filipino priests to Europe to be educated.
C. Transfer of authority over parishes from regular priests to the secular priests
D. Transfer of authority over parishes from secular priests to the regular priests
3. Who were the ilustrados?
A. Filipinos who held positions in the Spanish colonial government
B. Children of inter-marraiges between Spaniards, Filipino and Chinese
C. Filipinos from middle class families who were able to study in Europe
D. Spaniards who were born in Spain and occupy the highest social class
4. What are the contributions of the Propaganda movement in the history of the Philippines?
I. It inspired the Philippine revolution of 1896
II. It became a catalyst for the development of Filipino Nationalism
III. It paved way for the independence of the Philippines from Spain
IV. It served as an eye-opener for the Filipinos about the abuses of the Spaniards
A. I-II- III
C. I-III-IV
B. I-II-IV
D. II-III-IV

5. How did the 1872 Cavite Mutiny and the execution of the GOMBURZA affect the Filipinos?
A. These events threatened the Filipinos not to rebel against the Spanish rule.
B. Filipinos realized the might of Spain and pledge their loyalty to the Spanish colonial government.
C. These were viewed by the Filipinos as forms of indignation and injustice of Spaniards to the Filipinos
D. These events discouraged the Filipinos from forming organizations that advocate reform or
independence.

6. Which event paved way for the influx of liberal ideas from Europe which is also influenced the
emergence of Filipino consciousness?
A. 1872 Cavite Mutiny
B. Opening of the Suez Canal
C. Emergence of Middle class
D. The Secularization Movement
7. What movement was established by Ilustrados which exposed the conditions of the Philippines and
Demanded reforms from Spain?
A. Katipunan
B. Propaganda
C. Confradia de San Jose
D. Circulo Hispano-Filipino
8. What is the aim of secularization movement?
A.The use of indigenous language in curch services.
B. Sending of Filipino priests to Europe to be educated.
C. Transfer of authority over parishes from regular priests to the secular priest
D. Transfer of authority over parishes from secular priests to the regular priests
9. Who were the Filipinos who gained wealth from renting huge lands (haciendas) owned by the friars
like the Rizal family?
A. Meztizos
C. Inquilinos
B. Insulares
D. Indios Bravos
10. Why were the GOMBURZA executed? I. They actively supported the secularization movement. II.
They refused to submit to the authority of the regular priests. III. They were accused as the leaders of the
1872 Cavite Munity. IV. They wrote propaganda materials that exposed the abuses of the friars.
A. I-II C. II-III

B. I-III

D. III-IV not sure

11. Which statement on the term "Filipino" is NOT TRUE?


A. It was a derogatory term for the native inhabitants as used by the Spaniards.
B. Originally, it was the name associated with Spaniards born in the Philippines or the creoles.
C. It is a term which the inhabitants of the Philippines gradually learned to equate with racial equality,
human dignity and love of country.
D. It is a term or label which gradually became associated with the ilustrados during Rizal's time.
12. Which statements are TRUE about Filipino nationalism? I. It only started to emerge during the 19 th
century. II. It was a product of an armed revolt against Spain. III. It was introduce by the Spanish friars
through catechism. IV. It is a product of the social, political and economic changes in the 19 th century.

A. I-II C. II-III

B. I-III

D. III-IV

13. Which event was viewed by the Spanish government officials as a move to overturn the Spanish
colonial rule in the Philippines?
A. 1872 Cavite Mutiny
B. Secularization Movement
C. Rise of the middle classes
D. Establishment of the Propaganda Movement
14. Arrange the following events in chronological order. I. 1872 Cavite Mutiny II. Execution of the
Gomburza III. Founding of the La Liga Filipina IV. Establishment of the Propaganda movement
A. I-II-IV-III
B. II-III-I-IV
C. III-II-I-IV
D. IV-III-II-I
15. What is the objective of the mass-based Filipino nationalism?
A. Assimilation of Philippine to Spain
B. Political, economic and educational reforms
C. Equality of rights and privileges among social classes
D. Freedom and independence of the Philippines from Spain
16. What group of people occupies the highest social status in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial
rule?
A. Mestizos
C. Principalias
B. Insulares
D. Peninsulares
18. Which group of people were not colonized and have preserved their own culture?
A. Indio
B. Infieles
C. Mestizos
D. Principalias
19. What are the legacies of the Propaganda movement? I. Tripartite view of Philippine history II.
Philippine independence from Spain III. Secularization of Philippine churches IV. The concept of Filipino
nation and identity
A. I-II C. II-III

B. I-IV

D. III-IV

20. Which is NOT part of the contents of the La Solidaridad?


A. Reforms needed by the Philippines

B. Spanish literature, culture and society


C. Articles about Philippine history and culture
D. Criticisms about Spanish government officials and clergy

LO 1 LM01_Rizal Law and 19th Century


Philippines
1. Which statement is NOT true about the passage of the Rizal Law?
A. The Rizal Law was aimed to promote civic conscience and duties.
B. The Catholic Church opposed the passage of the Rizal Law because of the passages in Rizal s novels
that anti-catholic.
C. Students who feel and believe that their faith is offended are exempted from reading the novels but not
from taking the Rizal course.
D. Sen. Claro M. Recto opposed the passage of Rizal Law for he believes that the novels are not meant to
inspire nationalism and patriotism.

2. The objective of the passage of Rizal Law in 1952 is to boost or rekindle the dwindling [shrinking ]
sense of Filipino identity and nationalism. What was believed to have caused the dwindling [shrinking ]
sense of Filipino identity and nationalism?
A. Strong American presence in the Philippines
B. Filipinos divisive politic
C. Prevalence of poverty and corruption
D. Economic stagnation

3. It is an essay which explains the causes and implications of Filipinos lack national consciousness.
C. The Distressing Situation of the Philippines by Jose Rizal

4. It is an essay which blames the incompetence of Spanish administrators for the poor condition of the
Philippines.
A. Monarchism in the Philippines by Marcelo H. Del Pilar

5. This essay argued that Filipinos became indolent and unproductive because they do not benefit from
their labors and that they were abused and enslaved by the Spaniards.

B. On the Indolence of the Filipinos by Jose Rizal


6. It is an essay that tackles the too much power and influence that the friars have that they in effect were
the ones running the government.
A. Monarchism in the Philippines by Marcelo H. Del Pilar

7. This essay revealed that Royal decrees from Spain were not implemented in the Philippines which
worsen the conditions of the country.
C. The Distressing Situation of the Philippines by Jose Rizal

8. This essay accuses the friars were that cause of stagnation and backwardness of the
Philippines.
B. On the Indolence of the Filipinos by Jose Rizal
9. What the legal basis of including the study of the life and works of Jose Rizal in the curriculum of high
school and college?
A. R.A. 1254 C. R.A. 2145
B. R.A. 1425 D. R.A. 2415

10. Who authored the Rizal Law?


A. Sen. Claro M. Recto
B. Sen. Jose P. Laurel Sr.

C. Sen. Jose Diokno


D. Sen. Jovito Salonga

11. What country colonized Spain at the turn of 19th century?


A. France
B. Germany

C. United Kingdom
D. United States

12. What movement was established by Ilustrados that exposed the conditions of the Philippines and
asked for reforms from Spain?
A. Circulo Hispano-Filipino
B. Confradia de San Jose

C. Katipunan
D. Propaganda

13. Which DOES NOT describe the social, economic and political conditions in the Philippines in the 19 th
century under the rule of the Spanish colonial regime?

A. Civil war broke out due to desire for the throne


B. No significant cultural and educational advancements
C. Slavery, discrimination and injustices were very rampant.
D. Spanish administrators failed to initiate political and economic reforms.

14. Why did the Catholic Church oppose the passage of Rizal Law?
A. Jose Rizal was a mason.
B. Jose Rizals novels are anti-clerical and anti-Catholic.
C. The printing and distribution of the novels are too expensive.
D. There was no public consultation on the provisions of the law.

15. When was the Rizal Law passed?


A. June 12, 1946
C. June 12, 1966
B. June 12, 1956
D. June 12, 1976

16. Evaluate the following statements: I. College students are required to read the unexpurgated versions
of the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo as part of the Rizal course. II. Students whose faith could
be damaged are exempted to take the Rizal course.
A. Statement I is true.
C. Both statements are true.
B. Statement II is true.
D. Neither of the statements is true.

17. Evaluate the following statements: I. To reach more Filipino students, the novels and other works of
Jose Rizal are to be translated into English, Tagalog and major Philippine dialects. II. The distribution of
Jose Rizals novels and other works is free of charge and available to any one who desires to read them.
A. Statement I is true.
C. Both statements are true.
B. Statement II is true.
D. Neither of the statements is true.

18. Which is NOT an objective of the Rizal Law?


A. Develop moral character
C. Develop civic conscience
B. Promote sense of nationalism
D. Promote intellectual development

19. Which describe the social conditions in Spain during the 19 th century?
I.
Civil unrest due to civil war
II.
Occupied by the French
III.
Ruled by incompetent officials
IV. Political and economic stagnation
A. I and II

C. II and III

B. I and III

D. II and IV

20. Which describe the social conditions in the Philippines during the 19 th century? I. Civil unrest due to
civil war III. Occupied by the French II. Ruled by incompetent officials IV. Political and economic
stagnation
A. I and II

C. II and III

B. I and III

D. II and IV

LM03_Biography of Jose Rizal_Childhood


and Intellectual Development
1. What is the full name of Jose Rizal?
A. Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda
B. Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal y Alonso Realonda
C. Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal y Realonda Alonso
D. Jose Protacio Alonso Realonda y Mercado Rizal

2. What is the title of the book read by Rizal and his mother when he was young?
A. Les Miserables

B. Uncle Tom's Cabin

C. Children's Friend

3. What story read by Rizal when he was a child left an impact on him?
A. The Foolish Butterfly
B. The Story of Maria Makiling
C. The Story of Bernardo Carpio
D. The Monkey and the Crocodile

D. The Count of Monte Cristo

4. Who is Jose Rizals father?


A. Francisco Mercado
B. Paciano Mercado
C. Domingo Lamco
D. Justiniano Cruz

5. Who is Jose Rizal's mother?


A. Teodora Alonso
B. Saturnina Rizal
C. Josefa Rizal
D. Narcisa Rizal

6. What course did Rizal finish in Ateneo while studying at UST?


A. Ophthalmology
B. Land Surveying
C. Bachelor of Arts
D. Philosophy and Letters

7. What is the meaning of the surname 'Rizal'?


A. Patriot
B. Farmer
C. Merchant
D. Green Fields
8. Where did Jose Rizal start his formal education?
A. Ateneo Municipal
B. University of Sto. Tomas
C. Private school in Bian
D. Private school in Calamba

9. What literary piece made Jose Rizal won the first prize in Ateneo?
A. Junto Al Pasig
B. Sa Aking Mga Kabata
C. Consejo de los Dioses
D. A La Juventud Filipina
10. Which literary piece made by Jose Rizal is about the love for one s language?
A. Junto Al Pasig
B. Consejo de los Dioses
C. Sa Aking Mga Kabata
D. A La Juventud Filipina

11. What made Jose Rizal shift to the ophthalmology course while in UST?

A. His mother was going blind


B. His father insisted it on him
C. His ambition of becoming an eye doctor
D. It's the most lucrative profession at that time

12. When was Jose Rizal born?


A. June 19, 1961
B. June 19, 1681
C. June 19, 1869
D. June 19, 1781

13. Which DOES NOT describe Jose Rizal as a young boy?


A. Sickly
B. Hard-headed
C. Has a frail body
D. Quiet and thinker

14. What school was known for its equal treatment of Filipino and Spanish students during Rizal's time?
A. Ateneo Municipal
B. Colegio de San Agustin
C. University of Sto. Tomas
D. Colegio de San Juan Letran
15. Which is TRUE about the intellectual development of Jose Rizal?
A. Rizal was intellectually gifted from birth
B. The intellectual giftedness of Jose Rizal was influenced by the prevailing political conditions during
his time
C. The intellectual achievements of Jose Rizal was influenced by the prevailing system of education
during his time
D. The intellectual development of Rizal was shaped by the people around him who imparted knowledge
and values to him

16. What was the first degree finished by Rizal in Ateneo Municipal?
A. Land surveying
B. Ophthalmology
C. Bachelor of Arts
D. Philosophy and Letters

17. Who influenced Jose Rizals interest in folklores and legends?


A. His uncle
B. His nanny
C. His brother
D. His mother

18. What was the first course taken by Rizal in UST?

A. Land surveying
B. Ophthalmology
C. Bachelor of Arts
D. Philosophy and Letters

19. What literary piece made Jose Rizal won the first prize in UST in 1879?
A. Junto Al Pasig
B. Sa Aking Mga Kabata
C. Consejo de los Dioses
D. A La Juventud Filipina

20. How many children were there in the Rizal family?


A. 7
B. 9
C. 11
D. 13

LM04_Rizals life and experiences in


Europe_1
1. Rizal liked his education in UST because Filipino students were treated the same way like the
Spaniards.

FALSE
2. Jose Rizals trip to Europe was known to all the members of Rizal s Family.

TRUE
3.The goal of Jose Rizals trip to Europe was to observe the European society and to acquire knowledge
that will be used in demanding reforms for the Philippines.

TRUE
4. In Madrid, Jose Rizal gave a toast to Juan Luna and Felix Ressureccion Hidalgo for winning in the
ExposicinNacional de BellasArtes de Madrid in 1884 which was interpreted by the Spaniards in Manila
as an attack to the colonial regime.

TRUE

5. In Europe, Jose Rizal found out that all Filipino expatriates were willing to serve the country by
exposing the social condition in the Philippines and demanding reform from Spain.

TRUE
6. What was the name used by Jose Rizal in his passport going to Europe?
A. Jose Rizal

B. Jose Mercado

C. Jose Protacio Rizal

D. Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal

7. In his passport, Jose Rizal was a resident of __________.


A. Bian B. Sta. Cruz

C. Sampaloc D. Calamba

8. What was the name of the ship that Rizal boarded from Manila to Singapore?
A. Victoria B. Djemnah

C. Salvadora

D. Santiago

9. What was the name of the ship that Rizal rode in from Singapore to Europe?
A. Victoria

B. Djemnah

C. Salvadora

D. McCulloch

10. What did Rizal bring with him when he left Manila for Europe? I. Diamond ring from Saturnina II.
Handkerchief from Leonor Rivera III. Seven hundred pesos from Paciano IV. Fountain pen from
Francisco Mercado
A. I-II
C. II-III
B. I-III
D. III-IV
11. What is the El Amor Patrio all about?
A. A political satire about the abuses of Spanish friars.
B. An essay wrote by Rizal expressing his love for the country.
C. A congratulatory speech of Jose Rizal to Juan Luna at Felix Hidalgo.
D. A poem written by Rizal which shows his longing for his family and country.

12. In his prose El Amor Patrio how did Rizal describe or associate compared the patria with
_______________.
A. nature
C. heaven
B. paradise
D. women

13. How did Jose Rizal describe the feeling of love of the country?

A. Its innate and constant feeling among humans


B. Its a product of common hatred towards colonizers
C. Its taught at home by the parent and nurtured in schools
D. It always bring hope especially for those oppressed and marginalized

14. In El Amor Patrio how should men profess or express their love for the country according to Jose
Rizal? I. Armed rebellion II. Peaceful means III. Productive use of science IV. Use of force and violence
A. I-II
B. I-III

C. II-III
D. III-IV

15. Who translated the El Amor Patrio when it was featured in the Diariong Tagalog in 1882?
A. Paciano Rizal

B. BasilioTeodoro

C. Marcelo H. del Pilar

D. Graciano Lopez-Jaena

16. What were the courses took and finished by Rizal at the Universidad Central de Madrid? I. Medicine
II. Philosophy and Letters III. Fine Arts: painting and Sculpture IV. Foreign Languages: French, German
and Italian
A. I-II
C. II-III
B. I-III D. III-IV

17. What was the first organization joined by Jose Rizal in Europe?
A. Indios Bravos

B. La Liga Filipina

C. Circulo Hispano-Filipino

D. Propaganda Movement

18. Which is NOT a reason for the disbandment of Circulo-Hispano Filipino?


A. Lack of funds
B. Spanish censorship
C. Individualism of members
D. Disunity of interest and purpose

19. What were the problems experienced by Jose Rizal in Europe? I. Illness II. Homesickness III. Lack of
money IV. Poor academic performance
A. I-II C. II-III
B. I-III D. III-IV
20. What caused the dwindling of Jose Rizals money in Europe? A. He gambled most of his money in
the lottery. B. The familys income fluctuated due to low production and high rent. C. His father was

having hard time sending him money due to Spaniards suspicion. D. Jose Rizal was sickly and most of
his money were allotted for medical expenses.

21. Among the voluminous books read by Jose Rizal, which one was about free people?
A. Uncle Toms Cabin
B. The Wandering Dew
C. The English Revolution
D. The Count of Monte Cristo
22. What inspired Jose Rizal in writing the poem To the Flowers of Heidelberg?
A. Longingness for his town and loved ones
B. Childhood memories in Ateneo Municipal
C. Scenic beauty of Heidelberg and other German cities
D. The experiences of his travels in different European countries

24. Which idea was NOT part of Jose Rizals congratulatory toast for Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo?
A. Filipino youth as the hope of the fatherland
B. The freedom of the Philippines from Spain
C. The social condition and problems in the Philippines
D. The idea that genius or great achievement could be achieved regardless of nationality

25. Jose Rizal, finished the Noli Me Tangere in Feb 22, 1887. Who helped him in publishing the novel?
A. Juan Luna B. Maximo Viola C. Valentin Ventura D. Trinidad Pardo de Tavera

LM05_SSCI 111_Rizalin Europe_part 2


1. Why did Jose Rizals friends and family members wanted him not to go back to the Philippines?
A. Filipino revolutionaries will persuade him to join the revolution
B. He has not yet finished his works for the Propaganda movement
C. Spanish authorities will plot against him due to the Noli Me Tangere
D. The Spanish friars will excommunicate him and his family when he sets foot in the Philippines

2. What did Rizal do in Calamba after he returned from Europe?


A. He put up a clinic
B. He put up a school
C. He put up a studio
D. He put up a musem
3. Why did people flocked to Calamba?
A. For them to join the La Liga Filipina
B. For them to be treated by Jose Rizal
C. For them to sought jose Rizals legal advice
D. For them to purchase copies of the Noli Me Tangere
4. Why was Jose Rizal summoned by the governor-general to Malacaan Palace?
A. To explain his sudden arrival
B. To pay respect to the governor-general who was his friend
C. To discuss the contents and implications of the Noli Me Tangere
D. To be investigated for being the honorary president of the propaganda movement
5. What was the real motive of the governor-general in assigning Jose Rizal a personal escort?
A. To help Jose Rizal in his clinic
B. To spy on Jose Rizals plans and activities
C. To keep Jose Rizal away from Filipino revolutionaries
D. To ensure that Jose Rizal will not escape once investigated
6. Which DOES NOT describe the Noli Me Tangere according to the report of the committee appointed
by the governor-general to review the contents of the novel? It is __________.
A. Anti-Spain B. Anti-revolution C. Anti-revolution D. Anti-government
7. Why did the people of Calamba write a petition to the administrator of public islands of Laguna?
A. To stop the increase in the rent of lands

B. To oust the Dominican friars in Calamba


C. To demand fair market value of their agricultural products
D. To allow the people especially the women to be educated
8. Why did Jose Rizal leave the Philippines for Europe in February 1888?
A. To further his studies
B. To continue hid propaganda works
C. To avoid persecution from the Spanish authorities
D. To represent the Philippines in the Spanish Cortes
9. Who convinced Jose Rizal to go to Europe?
A. Paciano Rizal B. Jose Maria Basa C. Marcelo H. del Pilar D. Jose Taviel de Andrade
10. What country or place impressed Jose Rizal because of its people's courtesy, cleanliness and industry?
A. U.S.A. B. Japan C. Borneo D. Hong Kong
11. Which disgusted Jose Rizal when he visited United States of America?
A. The use of Jinrikisha
B. High cost of living
C. Very populous, dirty and busy streets
D. Discrimination to the Chinese and negro
12. Which work done by Jose Rizal corrected what has been falsified and distorted past and culture in the
Philippines prior to Spains colonization as observed by the Spaniards?
A. El Filibusterismo
B. Philippines: A Century Hence
C. To The Young Women of Malolos
D. Annotation to the Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas
13. In his work "To the Young Women of Malolos" why did Rizal praise the young women of Malolos?
A. They exposed the abusive of Spanish friars
B. They fought against subjugation and slavery to men
C. They petitioned the Governor-General for their right to be educated
D. They were known in Europe because of their talents in singing and dancing
14. What could be inferred about the status of women in the society from Jose Rizal's 'To The Young
Women of Malolos'?
A. Women were not allowed to be educated like men
B. Women had a strong influence on the governor-general
C. Women were allowed to participated in civic and political affairs
D. Women were not given an opportunity to hold significant positions in the government
15. Which work done by Jose Rizal presented a historical review of the Philippines encompassing the
period of Spanish colonization and the emancipation of the Philippines from Spain?

A. El Filibusterismo
B. The Philippines: A Century Hence
C. To The Young Women of Malolos
D. Annotation to the Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas
16. Which is NOT part of Jose Rizal's Jose Rizal s predictions in 'The Philippines: A Century Hence'?
A. Philippines will prosper if Spain grant the reforms it needed
B. The Filipinos will try to be free from Spain through a revolution
C. The United States will have an interest in colonizing the Philippines
D. Spain will maintain her possession of the Philippines and defend it from other colonizers

17. What group was organized by Jose Rizal which encourages Filipinos to be proud of their race?
A. Indios Bravos
B. La Liga Filipina
C. Propaganda Movement
D. Circulo Hispano-Filipino

18. Where did Jose Rizal plan to establish a colony so that they could be free from the Spaniards?
A. Japan

B. Borneo

C. Macau

D. Hong Kong

19. Which was an implication of the Noli Me Tangere?


A. The exile of Jose Rizal to Dapitan
B. The banishment of the Calamba people from Calamba la C. The manifesto demanding the ouster of the
Spanish friars
D. Jose Rizals petition regarding the increase rents in the hacienda of Dominican friars

20. Who helped Jose Rizal in the printing of the El Filibusterismo?


A. Juan Luna

B. Maximo Viola

C. Valentin Ventura

D. Trinidad Pardo de Tavera

LM06_La Liga Filipina and Life in Dapitan


1. Who accompanied Jose Rizal in going back to the Philippines in June 21, 1892?
A. Lucia Rizal

B. Paciano Rizal

C. Jose Maria Basa D. Josephine Bracken

2. Arrange the events chronologically. I. Rizal s exile in Dapitan II. Founding of the Katipunan III.
Founding of the La Liga Filipina IV. Arrest and detention of Rizal in Fort Santiago
A. I-III-IV-II
B. I-III-II-IV
C. III-II-I-IV
D. III-I-II-IV

3. When was the La Liga Filipina established?


A. July 3, 1892

B. July 6, 1982

C. October 6, 1896

D. December 30, 1896

4. Which is NOT part of the aims of the La Liga Filipina?


A. Mutual protection among Filipinos
B. Demand reforms from Spain
C. Unity of the Filipino people into one nation
D. Advancement of education, agriculture and commerce
5. What is the motto of the La Liga Filipina?
A. One like all

B. Unity in diversity

C. To God be the glory

D. Honor and Excellence

6. Which describes the membership of the La Liga Filipina?


A. It is open for all who are willing
B. It is open only for the ilustrado and principalias
C. Membership is open but it requires going through a series of challenges
D. Membership is open but certain requirements and tests must be passed
7. How could one become a member of the La Liga Filipina? I. Approval of the council II. Passing the
required tests III. Surpassing the challenges IV. Rescinding allegiance to Spain
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. III and IV
D. I, II and III

8. The funds of the La Liga Filipina were used for __________. I. Publication of La Solidaridad II.
Purchase of guns and ammunition III. Loaning capital for members IV. Scholarships for members
children
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. II and III
D. III and IV
9. What caused the disbandment of La Liga Filipina?
A. The revolution broke out
B. The Spanish authorities declared it illegal
C. Jose Rizal was arrested and exile to Dapitan
D. Members quarreled about the organizations course of action
10. How is the La Liga Filipina different form the Propaganda movement?
A. The La Liga Filipina was well supported by the principalia classes while the Propaganda movement
was supported by the masses.
B. In the La Liga Filipina, Jose Rizal was the president and has great powers, while in the Propaganda
movement he was not elected as president and was not quite influential.
C. The La Liga Filipina aimed for the independence of the Philippines from Spain through a revolution,
while the Propaganda Movement aimed for the assimilation of the Philippines to Spain.
D. In the La Liga Filipina, all Filipinos will work together to improve their lives and the country while in
the Propaganda movement, the ilustrado were the only ones working for the betterment of the Philippines.
11. After the disbandment of the La Liga Filipina, members reorganized and the society was split into
two organizations. Which continued to support the Porpaganda movement in Europe by sending funds?
A. Katipunan B. Indios Bravos C. Circulo Hispano-Filipino D. Cuerpos Compromisarios

12. After the disbandment of the La Liga Filipina, members reorganized and the society was split into
two organizations. Which waged a rebellion from the Spanish colonial regime?
A. Katipunan

B. Indios Bravos

C. Circulo Hispano-Filipino

D. Cuerpos Compromisarios

13. Which directly caused the deportation of Jose Rizal to Dapitan?


A. His novels

B. The Katipunan C. The Poor Friars

D. The La Liga Filipina

14. What was the activity of Jose Rizal and his students in the subject nature study?
A. Studying the flora and fauna of Dapitan.
B. Making sketches or drawings with nature as the subject.
C. Studying ways on the conservation or preservation of the environment.
D. Collecting specimens of flowers, plants, shells, insects and reptiles.

15. How did Rizal earn or acquire surgical instruments and medical books while in Dapitan?
A. By betting on the lottery
B. By sending specimens to Europe
C. By the money paid to him by his patients
D. By the funds sent to him by his family members.
16. Which of the following could be inferred about Jose Rizal in his poem Mi Retiro ?
A. Rizals love for Josephine Bracken.
B. Rizals contentment of his life in Dapitan.
C. Rizals concept of nation and nation-building.
D. Rizals longingness to his family members especially to his mother .
17. Who was the woman whom Jose Rizal had fallen in love with in Dapitan?
A. Leonor Rivera

B. Nelly Bausted

C. Gertrude Becket

D. Josephine Bracken

18. Why did Rizals family oppose the marriage of Jose Rizal and Josephine Bracken?
A. Josephine Bracken was too young for Jose Rizal.
B. They didnt like Josephine for she was a foreigner and non-Catholic.
C. They suspected Josephine Bracken as a spy sent by the Spanish authorities.
D. They suspected that Josephine will only distract Jose Rizal in his works for the country.
19. How did Jose Rizal help in the improvement of agriculture in Dapitan?
A. He discovered various species of fruit bearing trees.
B. He constructed a water system that will irrigate the fields.
C. He purchased agricultural tools and taught the famers in using these.
D. He built a water reservoir or dam that will contain water for draught seasons.
20. What could be inferred from the meeting of Jose Rizal and Dr. Pio Valenzuela about the plans of the
Katipunan?
A. Jose Rizal was against the revolution.
B. Jose Rizal viewed the revolution as premature.
C. Jose Rizal was considered as a threat to the Katipunan.
D. Jose Rizal declared his allegiance to the Spanish colonial regime.

LM07_SSCI 111_Trial and Martyrdom


1. Arrange the following events in chronological order. I. Execution of Jose Rizal II. Jose Rizal was en
route to Cuba III. Detention of Rizal in Fort Santiago IV. The outbreak of the1896 Philippine revolution

A. II-III-IV-I
B. II-III-I-IV
C. II-IV-III-I
D. II-IV I-III
2. Who disguised as a sailor in order to rescue Jose Rizal while on board of a ship going to Cuba?
A. Paciano Rizal

B. Emilio Jacinto C. Andres Bonifacio

D. Josephine Bracken

3. What ship carried Jose Rizal to Barcelona, Spain?


A. S.S. Colon

B. M.V. Cebu

C. SS. Espaa

D. M.V. Isla de Panay

4. Where was Jose Rizal detained after being arrested and brought back in the Philippines?
A. Fort Santiago

B. Fort Bonifacio C. Montjuich Prioson

D. Cuartel de Espaa

5. What are the charges against Jose Rizal? I. Traitor to Spain II. Inciting rebellion III. Illegal association
IV. Mason and Anti-Church
A. I and III
B. I and IV
C. II and III
D. III and IV
6. Which DIRECTLY caused the arrest of Jose Rizal?
A. The outbreak of Philippine revolution
B. The establishment of the La Liga Filipina
C. His novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo
D. The discovery of Poor Friars which was found in their luggage
7. What was the content of Jose Rizals manifesto in December 15, 1896?
A. Rizals sworn allegiance to Spain
B. Rizals call for Filipinos to unite against Spain
C. Statement of Rizals support to the revolution
D. Statement of Rizal that condemns the revolution
8. How did Jose Rizal describe the revolution in his December 15, 1896 manifesto?
A. Right and justified
B. Strong and violent
C. Vigorous and joyous
D. Absurd and disastrous
9. Who were the intended audience of Jose Rizal in his December 15, 1896 manifesto?
A. The principalias B. The revolutionaries C. The Spanish authorities D. The Filipinos in Europe
10. Which was NOT emphasized by Jose Rizal in his December 15, 1896 manifesto?

A. Education is a prerequisite of freedom


B. The study of civic virtues is needed to become worthy of freedom
C. Change in the society must come for the government or authorities rather than from the people
D. The revolution was justified by the failure of the Spanish authorities to grant the reforms needed for
the betterment of the people
11. Which was NOT part of Jose Rizals intentions in his December 15, 1896 manifesto?
A. Condemn and stop the rebellion
B. Deny his participation in the rebellion
C. Swear allegiance to Spain and remain a loyal subject
D. Express the importance of education and civic virtues

12. Why did Jose Rizal issue a manifesto in December 15, 1896?
A. Defend himself from the accusations against him
B. Recommend reforms needed to pacify the rebellion
C. Inspire the Filipinos to follow his path of non-violence
D. Discuss the prerequisites needed for the rebellion to succeed
13. In his letters in December 30, 1896, to whom did Jose Rizal apologize for the pain he had caused
him/her?
A. Paciano Rizal

B. Teaodora Alonso C. Francisco Mercado

D. Josephine Bracken

14. What did Jose Rizal give Josephine Bracken before he was executed?
A. Alcohol burner
B. A book- Imitation of Christ
C. The poem Mi Ultimo Adios
D. A statuette of the sacred heart

15. What were the evidence presented against Jose Rizal?


A. Jose Rizals novels and the La Liga Filipina
B. The letters of Jose Rizal to his fellow propagandists
C. Accounts about the several attempts of the Katipunan to help Jose Rizal escape
D. Accounts about Jose Rizals name used as password and battle cry of the revolutionaries

16. Where was Jose Rizal secretly buried after he was executed?
A. Paco cemetery

B. Manila Cathedral

C. Intramuros cemetery D. Luneta de Bagumbayan

17. Who gave the title Mi Ultimo Adios to Jose Rizals last poem?
A. Paciano Rizal

B. Narcisa Rizal

C. Mariano Ponce

D. Josephine Bracken

18. Which could be inferred from the following stanza of the Mi Ultimo Adios? On the field of battle,
fighting with delirium, others give you their lives without doubts, without gloom. The site nought matters:
cypress, laurel or lily: gibbet or open field: combat or cruel martyrdom are equal if demanded by country
and home.
I. Rizal praised the revolutionaries on the battlefield
II. Rizal emphasized that freedom could be acquired through non-violence
III. Rizal expressed the idea that the Spanish rule will soon be ended by the revolution and his martyrdom
IV. Rizal expressed the idea that revolutionaries and martyrs are the same if they die for the country
A. I and III

B. I and IV

C. II and III

D. III and IV

19. Who was Jose Rizal referring to in these lines: Farewell, sweet foreigner my darling, my delight!
?
A. Leonor Rivera
B. The Philippines
C. Teodora Alonso
D. Josephine Bracken
20. What did Rizal mean in these lines: O lovely: how lovely: to fall that you may rise! To perish that
you may live! ...?
A. Heroism means dying for ones convictions
B. Sacrificing ones life is necessary to let others live
C. Sacrificing ones life for the country is a great honor
D. To die for loved ones is the greatest form of love and honor

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