A special project for teachers and other's interested in the thoughts
of Josť Rizal is linked through this page.
Use the writings of Rizal to motivate your students to think about important issues that face them and the Philippines in our time.
Y-O-U C-A-N C-O-N-T-R-I-B-U-T-E!
Add your favorite quotations from the works of Rizal in the original Spanish, in English translation, or in Tagalog Translation. We will certainly give you the credit for your contribution.
ONE: Describe in a few words the "setting" of the quotation such as the source, the date, the author (usually Rizal), the place where it was written, the purpose behind the selected quote, and any other pertinent features that you feel are important.
TWO: The quotation, itself. If it is in translation, note who translated it and the source.
THREE: The quotation in the context of the original paragraph.
FOUR: Questions that grow out of the quotation which relate to the lives of the students, the situation of the Philippines, etc.
FIVE: Your name and the institution where you teach.
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