Ang Noli Me Tangere at El Filibusterismo ni Jose Rizal Bilang Mga Post-kolonyal na Babasahin: Isang Paglalarawan sa Umuusbong na Kultura ng Pagtuturo at Pagkatuto sa Mga Piling Paaralan sa Lungsod ng Marikina, Metro Manila

Kawing Journal 5 (1):11-54 (2021)
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The masterful works Noli Me Tangere (1887) and El Filibusterismo (1891) can be considered as post-colonial writings because they are constantly studied and used as tools for raising awareness and remembering the violence and personal experiences of the Filipino society. This is an indirect description of the colonial period in the perspective of modern times. However, the teaching and appreciation of these writings become complicated because they are often neglected or otherwise considered as a subject that needs to be covered or completed within half a year or in just one semester. As far as the culture of teaching is concerned, it will also be discussed as a basic concept — whether a dominant or emerging culture revolves around this situation. Three things are highlighted in this study: observations, situations, and introductory descriptions in the teaching of the two novels. Aside from observations and analyses, data were also gathered through a survey for teachers and students in selected schools in Marikina City, Metro Manila.
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