5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Philippine Independence
- Secret Agreement
- Tydings McDuffie Act
- Gregorio del Pilar
- a Won the battle in Plaridel, Bulacan.
- b June 12, 1898 - Aguinaldo declared Independence from Spanish Rule.
- c This was the realization of all the efforts of Filipinos to seek independence from the Americans. It stipulated that the Phils would be granted independence after 10 years of preparation which would be under the Commonwealth government.
- d These were the Filipinos who went to the mountains to continue their fight against the Americans.
- e Comm Dewey and General Merritt secretly entered into an agreement with Spanish Gov Gen Fermin Jaudines to surrender Manila to the Americans.
5 Multiple choice questions
- This was where the seat of government was transferred by Aguinaldo after Malolos was conquered by the Americans.
- These were some of the groups that continued to fight versus the Americans even after the orders to punish armed troops came out.
- Led the biggest American defeat in the Battle of San Mateo, this happened during the end of 1899.
- The Americans attacked Cebu. Samar, Leyte, Marinduque, and Calamianes fell in the hands of the Americans.
- 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.
5 True/False questions
Gen Martin Delgado → February 11, 1899 - his troops fought the Americans who attacked Iloilo.
Gen Antonio Luna → February 11, 1899 - his troops fought the Americans who attacked Iloilo.
Treaty of Paris → He led a group of guerrillas and surrendered to the Americans as they were promised pardon and were convinced that their surrender would restore peace. The Americans did not fulfill their promise and this leader and his men were executed.
Macario Sakay → He led a group of guerrillas and surrendered to the Americans as they were promised pardon and were convinced that their surrender would restore peace. The Americans did not fulfill their promise and this leader and his men were executed.
Start of misunderstanding between Americans and Filipinos → February 4, 1899 - Americans entered Caloocan and defeated Gen Antonio Luna's troops. Luna ordered all houses to be burned to render them useless to the Americans. They then retreated to Bulacan. Luna and his men also tried to enter Manila but were again defeated. The Americans conquered other places such as Marikina, Pateros, Guadalupe and Caloocan.