The course analyzes Philippine History from multiple perspectives through the lens of selected primary sources coming from various disciplines and of different genres. Students are given opportunities to analyze the author's background and main arguments, compare different points of view, identify biases and examine the evidences presented in the document. The discussions will tackle traditional topics in history and other interdisciplinary themes that will deepen and broaden their understanding of Philippine political, economic, cultural, social, scientific and religious history. priority is given to primary materials that could help students their analytical and communication skills. The end goal is to develop the historical and critical consciousness so that they will become versatile, articulate, broad minded, morally upright and responsible citizens.
This course includes mandatory topics on the Philippine Constitution, agrarian reform, and taxation.
- Teacher: EDWIN ADUCA
- Enrolled students: 49