5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Tydings McDuffie Act
- Start of Filipino-American War
- Gregorio del Pilar
- Malolos Congress
- Forced Evacuation
- a 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.
- b September 15, 1898 - Malolos Congress was inaugurated to draft a constitution. This was held at Barasoain Church at Malolos, Bulacan.
- c 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.
- d Won the battle in Plaridel, Bulacan.
- e Americans declared that all armed troops would be punished or imprisoned. They resorted to this to avoid civilians helping out the guerillas. This resulted to the death of many Filipinos because of sickness and starvation.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Aguinaldo was captured by American troops and brought to Manila. This was the fall of the First Philippine Republic.
- composed the Marcha National which was played during the Declaration of Independence. It became the Philippines' national anthem.
- These were some of the groups that continued to fight versus the Americans even after the orders to punish armed troops came out.
- 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.
- June 12, 1898 - Aguinaldo declared Independence from Spanish Rule.
5 True/False questions
Gen Licerio Geronimo → February 11, 1899 - his troops fought the Americans who attacked Iloilo.
Gen Antonio Luna → He was one of the heroes of the war against the Americans. He was a Pharmacy graduate but he read books about military science while he was in Spain. He joined Aguinaldo in 1896 and was appointed as War Director.
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.
Guerillas → These were the Filipinos who went to the mountains to continue their fight against the Americans.
Gen Martin Delgado → February 11, 1899 - his troops fought the Americans who attacked Iloilo.