Name: OROCIO, KATHERINE O. Course, Yr. & Sec: BSED SCIENCE 2B IV. Learning Activities Topic 1: Meaning and Importance of History A. Picture Analysis. Test your memory by identifying what events in history were illustrated in the following pictures. Then describe at least 2 sentences about the picture. Write your answers inside the box. The gentlemen in front are seated, while the other men are standing at the back. They're all dressed casually or in an American suit, and the picture was taken inside the chapel. Therewere wereKatipuneros Katipunerosshouting gathered and together, There liftingand There were Katipuneros shouting and lifting the one in the center be identified by the their weapons, whichcould they were leading with theirofweapons, which they were leading with line their heads. They were encouraged to their heads. They were empowered or their heads. It was almost as if they were being fight and cheered on. for They responded motivated to prepare action or war.by empowered or motivated. raising their voices and lifting their weapons in preparation for a fight or war. There were several priests, but four of them were shackled to a wooden plank and had sacks over their heads. Those priests are getting ready for death. A man was holding the Philippine flag and waving it in front of the crowd. Based on the photo, I believe they are enjoying their independence and cheering for their fellow citizens. Topic 1 C. Discuss the importance of studying history. Write your answers in 5 sentences. History deepens our understanding of the world. Studying history is very significant for everyone, especially the younger generations, because it ensures that all generations are informed of the past, which keeps them nourished and allows them to get answers to their questions about why a certain event occurs and what the story behind it is. Apart from that, it may assist each individual in determining what activities are good and useful for everyone because they have been tried based on historical events, and everyone can learn from the past. By studying history, you will gain a variety of transferable abilities, including informed citizenship, critical thinking, research, and general knowledge. Furthermore, historical knowledge is applicable to a wide range of vocations, can lead to a number of opportunities, and can be used to honor all of the heroes from the past. Topic 2: Historical Methodology My past revisited. Make a timeline of the significant events that happened in your life from the past until the present. They should be arranged in chronological order. Don’t forget to write the year. Make a timeline of the significant events that happened in your 2015 life from the past until the present. They should be arranged in chronological order. Don’t forget to write the ye 2007 2008 2022 2020 2019 2. In relation to your timeline, answer the following questions in 2 sentences. 2.1 Why did you choose to write those certain events of your life in the timeline? I chose those moments in my life that are particularly unforgettable and near and dear to my heart, making me feel as though my life is full of treasures and happiness, and I will never regret having them in my life. These events are one of the major foundations that encourage me to appreciate what I have, and they serve as a constant reminder that my life is both beautiful and valuable. It was the year 2007, just like in the first photo, when I graduated from kindergarten. It stands out in my mind because it feels like it was the first time in my life that my parents were proud of me. In the second photo, it's our first group photo of my father's cousins, where we've all grown up and some of my cousins are now successful, which inspires me even more. The third photo was taken on my grandmother's 80th birthday, when my entire family was photographed. Because of the party, we became closer as a family, and this shot is quite unforgettable. The next photo was taken before the pandemic, and it shows us winning a choral competition for the first time at our school. It was a really emotional moment since my fellow students and teachers were so proud with us. The fifth image was captured in the year 2020. It's the baptism of my niece. That occasion is near and dear to my heart because my niece has a heart condition that necessitates me attending every event for her. I love her, and I thank God that she is currently in good health and has recovered from her open-heart surgery. The most recent photo I have is of my grandmother's birthday party, and it is still fresh in my mind that I was extremely happy about that occasion because it brought my entire family together for a short period of time. Not only will cherishing moments as they occur make you feel grateful for life, but it will also help you have a more optimistic and pleasant mindset. You don't want to look back on your life and regret all the things you didn't try or acknowledge. 2.2 How did you feel while revisiting your past and writing them? I'm emotional because I didn't even realize that I was growing more quickly than I thought. It's really uplifting to view my memories with my loved ones, but I'm sad since they'll just be memories, and there are certain people I won't be able to see at those specific moments. But, aside from that, I am really proud of where I am today, having overcome all of the obstacles, and I will cherish and be grateful for those memories for the rest of my life. Based on the readings on the previous page, answer the following in 5 sentences: 2.1 What is the relationship between history and the historian? History is the soul of humanity since it holds the lessons learned from the past. Historians, on the other hand, are people who go out of their way to find new knowledge for us. These two are inextricably linked since the historian's insights are crucial to the historian's ability to detail and deliver. Aside from that, their insights are to reveal the truth and tell everyone what transpired at the moment. Historians use the historical method to collect and assess data from a variety of primary sources in order to answer questions about historical occurrences. During the course of their investigations, they may examine written records, tangible objects, and other sorts of evidence. History is the study of the past, specifically historical peoples, societies, events, and issues, as well as our attempts to comprehend them. It is a goal pursued by all human societies. Furthermore, history will not be told or documented without historians, and historians will not exist if there is no history to be told. 2.2 Why is it that most of the time historians have the tendency of being “biased’ in writing history? When it comes to detailing information from history, historians become biased when they favor a particular person or event. For example, if historians preferred someone else, everything positive or nice data would be shared, but such negative actions or circumstances would be kept hidden. Furthermore, if historians are not favored from the opposing side, they will just write all wrongdoings or unnecessary happenings that occur. One of the factors affecting bias is that each historian has their own culture and beliefs. As a result, biased sources might produce biased history— that is, history that is partial as a result of someone influencing the historical reconstruction process in accordance with his or her own views. 2.3 Explain the quote of Teodoro Agoncillo: “The role of the Filipino historian must be the role of all historians. There is, of course, [Filipino history], but as rule, the role of the historian is to tell the truth-- in so far as documents are concerned.” Historians research and maintain historical documents on a regular basis. Historians study historical documents and sources to research, evaluate, interpret, and write about the past. According to the quote, a Filipino historian should be like all historians, but even if you want to reveal everything that happened, you must know your boundaries. Nobody will believe you if you don't have any proof to support your claims. That is why, for every piece of information we record, we will always provide legitimate documentation to avoid any further queries, as well as any judgments or conflicts. In order to write history, you'll need a lot of documents and proof. Even if you wish to speak the truth, it will not make sense if you lack evidence. Topic 3: Historical Sources: Primary and Secondary Sources. A. What happened today? Write in the table on the next page the events that being experienced today. On the right column, write the significant events that you have experienced today. On the left column, think of an experience/s that your friend/family members/strangers which He/she shared it to you. Be sure to ask for their consent. Write 5 sentences in each column. My experience today My day started out like any other, with an Experience shared by my friends/family/strangers to me As for today, I was with my cousin, and online lesson, household chores, and a visit when we had some time to talk, she told me to my cousin's house. When I arrive, our about something that had happened to her hobbit will be eating a variety of foods. earlier. She told me that she had some That's why we're going to bake some dizziness while working on her school cookies and cupcakes, as well as fry some activities before I arrived at their place. She potatoes. After we've finished cooking, takes her medicine right away and rests for we'll watch a movie together while eating the time being. the food we've prepared. 2. Based on your answers above, answer the following questions. 2.1. Which of the experiences above is considered as a primary source? Why? My cousin and I are the primary sources. When it comes to my experiences, I am the primary source of what occurred to me because I am the one who created those experiences. When it comes to my cousin's experiences, she is also the primary source of the information she told me afterwards about what happened to her. 2.2. Which of the experiences above is considered as a secondary source? Why? For me, the experiences that can be considered secondary sources are my cousin's experiences. It is when she tells me about what happened to her. That information was given to me by her, and that is why her experience can be considered a secondary source.