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Activity 7: Focusing on Important Rizalian Traits and Virtues

1. Listed below are some important traits and virtues of Dr. Jose Rizal:
 Love for God  Courage
 Love for parents  Initiative
 Love for country  Courtesy and politeness
 Love for fellowmen  Thrift
 Love for the environment/nature

2. Examine carefully Dr. Rizal’s important traits and virtues, compare them with your own traits and virtues,
and decide if you would like them to be your role model
Rizal as a child upto he became a man, has been always someone that had virtue and love for his family,
friends, and country. He is a role model not only for the students but to as well to all Filipinos, we should be
like and him.
3. Is it important for an individual to have a role model? Explain your answer.
Yes, it is important for us to have a role model because it will give us the sense of purpose and morale,
Having an inspiration or role model in life boost our confidence in life which can contribute to bigger amount
of chances in being successful in life. That’s why its important to have a role model in life.
4. What is the advantage of having Rizal as a role model? Will it increase chances of becoming an ideal
Filipino citizen and a successful professional?
Dr. Rizal is not your ordinary human being, He excel in almost everything He do. Not only did he
make history He ignited the flame in the hearts of Filipino to fully realized their rights which lead to
revolution and freedom. Of course it will increase the chances of being an ideal Filipino Citizen.
5. Who is your personal hero? Does she/ he have Rizal’s traits and virtues?
My personal hero is my father because He sacrifice to go to abroad so that me and my brother could
study and get what we want in life. And he has some traits that are similar to Dr. Rizal.
Integration:
I realize that:
We should have an inspiration or role model in life where their experience and
history would guide us in shaping ourselves to becoming a successful individual.
I resolve that:
Having a role model in life would help improve your daily living it can have a big
impact in life. This role model would help us in achieving our goals in, life.

Activity 8: Serving Other’s, a Social Responsibility

Direction: Follow the instructions and write your answer in the space provided.
1. Explain the meaning of the saying “No man is an island”.
For me ,”no man is an island” means that there is no one who can stand on its own feet. A
person tend to relies on each other in all aspect including its decision in life.A man tend to comfort
each other in order to thrive.
2. Read the article “Serving others”, copies of which will be given to the class by the teachers. React on
it and write your explanations.
It is our moral duty to help our fellow men who are in need—regardless of race or creed or
nationality, and regardless of whether or not they can pay for it. Scientific studies show that helping
others boosts happiness. It increases life satisfaction, provides a sense of meaning, increases feelings
of competence, improves our mood and reduced stress. It can help to take our minds off our own
troubles too. Kindness towards others is be the glue which conncts individual happiness with wider
community and societal wellbeing. Giving to others helps us connect with people and meets one of
our basic human needs - relatedness.
3. Who are the “others” in your life?
My family, Friends and love ones.
4. Should we limit our “Service for others” to our “Significant others” or the people who are close to
us, either by blood relationship or through friendship? Explain your answer fully.
Serving others is a practice that should always be remembered by every person, it is not bad
to help others in fact it is one way of making the world and its people be united, but let us not also
forget our duty to the persons close to us, like our families, friends, relatives and etc. They are the
people who will need our help most and of course we are nothing without them, 'before anything else
let us help build our home first before building others'.
5. How did Rizal do his share of “serving others”? Enumerate specific examples of how Rizal was able
to do his social responsibility.
Jose Rizal had known this, and for him, the people are duty-bound to be involved in the task
of good government. In one of his writings, he said: “Peoples and government are correlated and
complementary, an aimless government would be an anomaly among a righteous people, just as
corrupt people cannot exist under just rulers and wise laws. Whatever social and political
environments we are in are products of men’s deliberate choice.” As Rizal emphasized: “There are
no tyrants where there are no slaves.”
6. How can you do your share of “serving others”? Explain your answers fully.
We could help others everyday by doing simple things, it doesn’t need to be in a big way. Helping
without asking for return is the best way of serving others.
Integration:
I realize that:
Doing things on your own could be your own downfall. We should help each other to achieve
greater things. We should always give a hand to the needy and ask for help if need. The greater the people
who are working the best the result.
I resolve that:
Giving help to others should be the intention of our hearts that we wont be anticipating
something in return.
Activity 9: Positive vs. Negative Love of Self

Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer in the space provided.

1. Differentiate positive love of self and negative love of self or selfishness. Research for the answer in
the library or on the internet. Cite your source of information.
Positive love means you love someone without expecting something in return. You love
someone just the way they are. While negative love only thinks about himself and don’t care
about others.
2. Read the article “Greediness” copies of which will be give to you by your teacher. Give your reaction
to the said article.
Greed is defined as an excessive desire to possess wealth or goods. The greed that exists in our world
leads people to unhappy and selfish lives. Greed is evident through individual people, corporate
companies and in our governments.

3. Is it possible for a selfish person to be truly patriotic, socially concerned, morally upright, and
productive? Support your answer.
yes, selfish people can also be patriotic, morally upright and productive to the country if they
will be given the chance to change since all of us deserves a second chance, however if these
kind of persons has entirely been eaten by selfishness and will never change then i could say
that it would be impossible
4. In our present society, what seems to be the root cause of the following: graft and corruption,
terrorism, and environmental destruction?
for me, what seems to be the root cause of all evil doings in the country is the peoples greediness, it
is what had caused the world unbalanced and chaotic. And also money, "the love of money is the root
of all evil." “Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy you the kind of misery you prefer.” They can
never get enough of everything, they always seem to desire newer and better products which they
think will ultimately make them happy.
5. What is the relationship between Rizal’s positive love of self and his desire to help his fellow
Filipino? Explain your answer fully.
Rizal who have consistently demonstrated in a very public way exemplary courage and
dedication to save the lives of entire nations, communities, and complete strangers at the risk
of their own lives and comfort.
Integration:
I realize that:
We should have a positive love for the others and for our country for it helps in uniting the
people. We should learn how to avoid selfishness and greediness.
I resolve that:
Selfishness and greediness can ruin the world. It can bring devastating results to the people
around them and that we should avoid this things and spread positive love to each other.
Activity 10: Are You Proactive or Reactive?

Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer on the space provided.
1. How does proactive behavior differ from reactive behavior?
Proactive behavior is when the emotion we feel is also our own doing and not by the
surroundings or weather. While Reactive behavior is when our emotion is affected by our
surroundings and weather.
2. Give five examples of proactive language.
Proactive languages
“I control my own feelings.”
“I can create an effective presentation.”
“I will choose an appropriate response.”
“I choose.”Evaluate your language.
Is it mostly proactive or reactive? Explain your answer.
Some of my language are Reactive because sometimes I find reason why I feel something
and it’s rare where I see myself in a proactive behavior.
3. From what you read about Dr. Jose Rizal, evaluate if he is a proactive person. Explain your answer.
If you want positive changes to happen in your environment, start by listing down positive attributes
which you possess as a positive person and compare these with Dr. Rizal’s.

 Explorer – Rizal always want to discover new thing like me.


 Never giving up – Sometimes I feel down because of problems but I still get up.
 Problem solver – he challenge himself with the obstacle that came to him.
 Faithful to God – though he hate the church at that time he still believe in God.

4. As a change agent, what proactive choice can you make in the following situations?

a. If you are a member of a dysfunctional family


For the best solution for dysfunctional family is to share your feelings with family
members, who are nice to you. Discuss with them on how you can make amends to
your relationship.
b. If you live in a community inhabited by juvenile delinquents
To share knowledge on what are the effects if the young people are not guided right.
c. If your country is a third- world country with a leadership crisis
Think of a long term solution that would solve the problem so that it won’t happen
again.

Integration:
I realize that:
That having a proactive personality is good because
I resolve that:
Activity 11: Creativity: The key to Productivity and Progress

Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer on the space provided.
1. Define the term “creativity”, “Productivity”, and “Progress”. How are the related to each other?
Explain your answers fully.
Productivity – it takes time because it has process for planning to preparation and effort and
it involves working toward a goal.
Creativeness – Mostly produce through expression and emotional burst and inspiration. But
it needs focus, concentration and desire to keep going.
Progress – The process of improving or developing something over a period of time.
2. If you are given the following item: Illustration board, charcoal, crayons, seeds, colored sand, tissue
paper, eggshell, how will you make use of them?
I would make an art where it is inspired by my thoughts, feelings, emotion, and expression.
I will make something that would represent the inner me.
3. Was Dr. Jose Rizal a creative person? If your answer is yes, give some example of this creativity.

Yes he is creative person at the age of 5 while learning to read/write he already show an
inclination to arts. He astounded his family with his pencil drawing and sketches in a young
age.

4. Was Dr. Jose Rizal a productive person? Explain your answer and trace hoe he became such.

Because of his creativity and the commitment to his works he was able to produce lots novels,
arts, and sculptures.

5. How can a person develop creativity?


A person can develop his creativity by enhancing his imagination way beyond to what
already existed in the world. An artist should always think outside of the box to be able to
express his creativity and he should work with inspiration and motivation.
6. Explain why a person as an individual must develop creativity.
It develops new ideas that has never seen before and it’s fulfilling and interesting. The
product of creativeness connects people together. It helps us communicate our thought that
we cannot say.
7. Explain why a person as a family member must develop creativity
It’s important because it connects the family together and create a stronger bond with each
other. And having a good relationship in the house would make a faster progress.
8. Explain why a person as a professional must develop creativity.
So that a professional would never run out of ideas and he could develop new process in
doing his work. And it would improve the efficiency of his work on a company.
9. Explain why a person as a community member must develop creativity?
Having a creative community creates new solution to the problems of the community that
why it is important. It also help the people to express their ideas and knowledge.

10. What is the relationship of the topic discussed in the Rizal course with one’s development of her or
his creativity and productivity?
I have learned that there is no obstacle that can stop a person from achieving his dreams and
goal. Although Rizal is being harassed by Spaniards he still pursue the things he like to do
like become a painter.
Integration:
I realize that:
We need to be creative to surpass our limits and form new ideas that could help
progress in the future. With everyone having a creative mindset new ideas can be shared to each other.
I resolve that:
I should develop my creativeness as a student so I cound do things and think of new
ideas that would improve my life style. We should be creative not only in school activities but also in
managing our time.

Activity 13: Developing Fairness or Justice


Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer in the space provided.
1. Define the terms ’’fair’’ or “just” and “unfair” or “unjust.”
Fair – implies a proper balance of conflicting interests. A fair decision just implies an exact
following of a standard of what is right and proper.
Unfair – when we suffer some ill fate though it’s not our fault.
2. Observe your surroundings and give actual examples of unfairness that you have experience or
witnessed in the family or in the community.

 Unfair labor
 Gender orientation
 Discrimination
 Ethnicity
 Age

3. Compare the unjust practice which you have experienced or observe with the unjust practice during
Dr. Rizal’s time. Are there similarities and differences? Explain your answers.
In Rizals time you can feel the unfairness of the Spaniards towards Filipino people. Filipinos
were treated as a slave in their own country and not all have the same rights. Though now
the Philippines is a free country there are still inequality like the only one who can get justice
are the rich people.
4. Try to explain the root cause of in justice or unfairness in the Philippine society.
Corrupt politicians is where it all started. Politicians who are confident that the general public
is indifferent and uncaring of the issues anyway.
5. Based on what you have read and heard bout Dr. Jose Rizal, analyze his virtues about fairness ang
justice. Could he serve as a model of fairness and justice for all Filipino? Explain your answers.
Rizal should be a role model of Fairness. He views the situation with facts and knowledge
and don’t easily conclude with things.
Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that:
Activity 14: Self-Discipline: A Call of Our Times
Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer on the space provide.
1. Define the term “self-discipline.”
Self-discipline is one of the most important and useful skills everyone should possess. It gives
you the power to stick to your decisions and follow them through, without changing your
mind, and is therefore, one of the important requirements for achieving goals.
2. What are the elements or formula of discipline? Explain your answer.

 Perseverance
 The ability not to give up, despite failure and setbacks.
 The ability to resist distractions or temptations.
 Trying over and again, until you accomplish what you set out to do.

3. Trace and explain the root cause of lack of self-discipline among Filipinos. Explain your answer.
Laziness and lack of inner strength – prevent one from being self-disciplined. In this
situation, one avoids doing things that require effort and persistence.
People prefer comfortable laziness, instead of actions that require effort. Laziness is
comfortable, since it is pleasant and effortless, while self-discipline requires effort.
4. What are the results of the Filipinos’ lack of self-discipline?
Even though lack of self-discipline is an individual action, there are also environmental
stimuli that fuel this conduct. In poverty places area, for instance, waste segregation and
collection systems are not always in place, thus, litters everywhere. Illegal Parking and many
more.
5. Give example of Dr. Rizal’s self-discipline.

6. Give possible solution to the Filipinos’ lack of self-discipline.


Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that:
Activity 15: Faith in God and the Fate of Nation
Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer on the space provided.
1. Differentiate the terms “faith” and “fate.”
Fate can be renamed as predestination, fatalism, or resignation, which all denotes man’s
inability to do anything that, would change his course in life. Believers in “fate” feel that
God has ordained a specific thing to happen, and it is going to happen.
Faith is the ability to believe in something that is a concept, but you may not be able to se it
or touch it, ect. I have faith, when making a telephone call that this process will result in a
positive experience. I cannot actually see the wires, ect.
2. Explain how faith in God’s will could help develop hope and optimism among Filipinos.
How important is faith? It takes faith to even believe in Christ; it takes faith to believe that
what God says is always right and true; and it takes faith to trust and walk in that each and
every day. However, if you’re faith doesn’t continue to grow in your relationship with Christ,
you won’t have the faith to see God’s Kingdom come not only in your life, but in the lives
of those around you.
3. Did Rizal have faith in God? Support your answer.
Rizal believed in God, he pounded this belief in his letters to Fr. Pablo Pastells which goes:
“I believe firmly in the existence of God the Creator…I firmly believe in His wisdom, His
infinite power (my idea of the infinite is so limited), His goodness manifested in the
marvelous creation of the universe; in the order that reigns in His creation; His magnificence
that overwhelms my understanding; His greatness that enlightens and nourishes all. His
wisdom is so great that it humiliates human reason and makes me dizzy with vertigo for my
own reasoning is imperfect and confused. Many times my reasoning leads me to raise my
eyes to Him. I believe Him to be in the immense system of planets, in all the aggregation of
nebulae, that bewilders and stretches my imagination beyond my comprehension that I am
filled with dread, awe and bewilderment and leaves me dumb with wonder”
4. Suggest specific activities or programs that could help restore the Filipino’s pride in themselves.
Explain your answers.
Recollection, as understood in respect to the spiritual life, means attention to the presence of
God in the soul. It includes the withdrawal of the mind from external and earthly affairs in
order to attend to God and Divine things. It is the same as interior solitude in which the soul
is alone with God.
5. Suggest specific activities or programs that that could counteract feelings of hopelessness and
pessimism among young and old Filipino citizens. Explain your answer.
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Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that:
Activity 16: Love of Country: A Must for Progress
Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer in the space provided.
1. Give five definition of the term “patriotism” / “nationalism.”
Patriotism or national pride is the feeling of love, devotion and sense of attachment to
a homeland and alliance with other citizens who share the same sentiment. This attachment can
be a combination of many different feelings relating to one's own homeland, including ethnic,
cultural, political or historical aspects. It encompasses a set of concepts closely related to, but
mutually exclusive from those of nationalism.
2. Trace the influences that led to the development of Dr. Rizal’s nationalism.
3. Give some relationship between our being a third-world country and our seemingly lack of patriotism.

4. Give some importance of practicing nationalism, Explain your answer.


5. Enumerate means or ways by which you could develop patriotism.

Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that:
Activity 18: Win-win Attitude
Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer in the space provided.
1. Differentiate win-win, lose-win, and lose-lose ending of negotiations involving two or more
individuals.
-In a Win-Win scenario, both parties end up, at minimum, within their target ranges. This could simply be reaching a
fair middle ground that both parties benefit from, or it could mean finding a creative new solution that improves the
position of both parties. Frequently in a win-lose scenarios, both sides have attempted to win, without much regard
for the outcome of the other party. Both parties may have come into the the negotiation with a desired goal and a
"walk away" point. In a win-lose scenario, one party falls within this target range (or even exceeds it) and the other
party falls below their target range.
Notice that win-lose outcomes occur when the losing side can be pushed below their “walk away” point. This can
happen when the losing side doesn’t know what their best alternative is to reaching an outcome in the negotiation,
or where they keep negotiating against their own interest. Many other factors, like coercion and asymmetric
information can also lead to win-lose outcomes. In a Lose-Lose scenario either both parties concede bargaining
positions outside their target ranges. If the negotiators fail to reach an agreement, both parties may end up in worse
positions than when they started the negotiations, this is often included as a lose-lose outcome.

2. Did Dr. Rizal prefer a win-win situation or a lose-win situation ending of negotiations involving two
or more individuals.
3. What are the positive and negative effect of the abovementioned attribute in question number1?
Explain your answers.
4. Give some examples of win-win and lose-win situation in your own life. What did you feel in those
situation? Give some creative ways of converting lose-win into win-win situation.
5. How can a win-win attribute of Filipino citizens be beneficial for the Philippines progress? Explain
your answers.
Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that:
Activity 19: Leadership: A must for Nation-Building
Direction: Follow the instruction and write your answer on the space provided.
1. Define the term “leadership”
-Leadership has nothing to do with seniority or one’s position in the hierarchy of a
company. Too many talk about a company’s leadership referring to the senior most executives in the
organization. They are just that, senior executives. Leadership doesn’t automatically happen when you
reach a certain pay grade. Hopefully you find it there, but there are no guarantees.
Leadership has nothing to do with titles. Similar to the point above, just because you have a C-level
title, doesn’t automatically make you a “leader.” In all of my talks I stress the fact that you don’t need a
title to lead. In fact, you can be a leader in your place of worship, your neighborhood, in your family, all
without having a title.
Leadership has nothing to do with personal attributes . Say the word “leader” and most people
think of a domineering, take-charge charismatic individual. We often think of icons from history like
General Patton or President Lincoln. But leadership isn’t an adjective. We don’t need extroverted
charismatic traits to practice leadership. And those with charisma don’t automatically lead.

2. Enumerate the qualities of a good leader

-Honesty -Ability to delegate


Communication -Sense of humor
Confidence -Commitment
Positive attitude -Creativity
Ability to inspire -Intuition

3. Was Dr. Rizal a good leader? Is he worth emulating? Support your answer.
4. Review the qualities of a good leader and evaluate if you have some or all of the qualities mentioned.
5. Suggest some means by which you could develop your leadership potentials. How could you help
achieve true freedom and progress in our country?

Integration:
I realize that:
I resolve that: