5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Philippine Republic
- Battle of Manila Bay
- Gen Martin Delgado
- Secret Agreement
- a Comm Dewey and General Merritt secretly entered into an agreement with Spanish Gov Gen Fermin Jaudines to surrender Manila to the Americans.
- b May 1, 1898 - Comm George Dewey arrived in Manila and fought and defeated the Spaniards.
- c January 23, 1899 - First Philippine Republic was established with Gen Emilio Aguinaldo as the first President. This was a true democratic government and accepted by majority of Filipinos but it was not recognized by Americans and other countries of the world.
- d These were the Filipinos who went to the mountains to continue their fight against the Americans.
- e February 11, 1899 - his troops fought the Americans who attacked Iloilo.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Malolos was attacked and conquered by the Americans through the help of additional troops.
- June 12, 1898 - Aguinaldo declared Independence from Spanish Rule.
- This was where the seat of government was transferred by Aguinaldo after Malolos was conquered by the Americans.
- composed the Marcha National which was played during the Declaration of Independence. It became the Philippines' national anthem.
- Filipinos were not allowed to enter Manila after the Spanish surrendered the area to the Americans. Real motive of Americans was unveiled, they too wanted to occupy and use the Philippines for their own interests.
5 True/False questions
Gregorio del Pilar → These were the Filipinos who went to the mountains to continue their fight against the Americans.
Forced Evacuation → made the Philippine flag that was raised during the Declaration of Independence
Malolos Congress → made the Philippine flag that was raised during the Declaration of Independence
Tydings McDuffie Act → September 15, 1898 - Malolos Congress was inaugurated to draft a constitution. This was held at Barasoain Church at Malolos, Bulacan.
Tanikalang Ginto, Kahapon Ngayon at Bukas, Hindi Aco Patay → These were some of the compositions of writers who showed their objections to the Americans. They used metaphors and produced zarzuelas and dramas. These were Juan Abad, Aurelio Tolentino, and Juan Matapang Cruz. They were later imprisoned because of their compositions.