Bataan

In: Other Topics

Submitted By chrisanta123
Words 1687
Pages 7
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The Researcher would like to thank all the people who helped and supported while writing this research paper.
Firstly, the Researcher would like to thank God for all the blessings He had given me, The Researcher praise and love Him giving his family strength to support his studies.
Lastly, the Researcher would like to thank his parents who taught him and gave him knowledge to understand an everyday life. Also, to his teachers who continued to give him full understanding in every subject they teaches him.

Approval Sheet

This research entitled “Bataan Death March” is hereby submitted to Ms. Kris Kay H. Albo for partial fulfillment of the requirements in English III This research is hereby approved and accepted with the rating of ___%

_________________ Ms. Kris Kay H.Albo Teacher, English

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Acknowledgement ………………………………………………………………. i
Approval Sheet ……………………………………………………………….…. ii
Table of Contents ………………………………………………………………. iii
Chapter I : The Problem and It’s Background A. Introduction … ……………………………………………………………. iv * Thesis Statement B. State of the Problem……………………………………………………….. iv C. Significance of the Study………………………………………………………. v D. Definition of Terms …………………………………………………………… v
Chapter II : Review of the Related Literature I. The Bataan Death March………………………………………………… vii II. The Scenario at the Bataan Death March……………………………… vii III. The Death Toll and Survivors of the…...

Similar Documents

Factoring

...other term should be a plus or minus twice the product of the square roots of the other terms. 5 Prepared by Mrs. Koni Gutierrez Cruz Assistant Professor I | Bataan Peninsula State University MATH 102 – College Algebra Examples: 1. Find the factors of 4x2 – 20xy + 25y2. Solution: Check if the given is perfect square trinomial: Two terms are perfect squares, 4x2 and 25y2. The other term, -20xy is the product of the square root of 4x2, which is 2x and the square root of 25y2 which is 5y. Therefore, 4x2 – 20xy + 25y2 = (2x – 5y)2 2. 9a2 + 30ab + 25b2 = (3a + 5b)2 3. 100x3 – 220x2 + 121x (get the common factor first) = x (100x2 – 220x + 121) = x (10x – 11)2 EXERCISES: Factor the following polynomials: A. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 3x2 – 9x 6x2y – 12xy2 4a5b2 – 16a3b4 15x3y2 + 20xy3 – 5xy2 3a3 – 9ab2 2x2 – 8x4y2 + 2xy3 3x2y – 9xy2 + 36xy -2x2y3 + 8xy2 – 4x3y2 12xy3 + 24xy2 – 30x2y4 B. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. y2 – 169 a6 – 16c6 a2b2 – 121 2k2 – 8 m4 – b4 12x3 – 75x x2k – 1 (a + b)2 – 25 1 2 x − 25 4 C. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. m2 – 6m + 9 2k3 -4k2 +2k 4y2 – 20yz + 25z2 25d2 – 80d + 64 2y2 – 20x + 50 9v4 – 24v2w + 16w2 9x4 – 6x2y2 + y4 98x2 – 84xy + 18y2 100p3 – 220p2 + 121p 1 2 x + 3x + 9 4 10. b2ncn – bnc2n 6 Prepared by Mrs. Koni Gutierrez Cruz Assistant Professor I | Bataan Peninsula State University MATH 102 – College Algebra Type 4. Sum and Difference of Two Cubes By long division, we could verify that x3 + y 3 = x2 − xy +......

Words: 1475 - Pages: 6

Philippine Games in Bataan

...Philippine Games Bataan Games in Bataan are simply derived and modified from existing Philippine games. * Sakbang Sakbang is a modified game for Taguan. The rules are the same. There will be an ‘it’ and the rest will hide. The difference in this game is that the ‘it’ will point at the person he sees and shout ‘Bang!’ pointing to the person to eliminate him/her from the game. The first person he found will be the next ‘it’ when he found all the persons in hiding. However, if the persons hiding can go near the ‘it’ and shout ‘Sak!’ while balling a hand into a fist like holding a knife and hit the ‘it’, the game will restart with the same ‘it’. Also, the players eliminated in the previous game will be resurrected. * Harangang Taga Harangang Taga is derived from the popular Philippine game Patintero or Tubigan. Like patintero, there will be two teams competing. But instead of a grid, harangang taga makes use of the letter I for the play area. Same rules with patintero where the team on the lines will be ‘it’ and the other team will try passing through them and back. Each person in the ‘it’ team will have his own line. The twist in this game is that there is a so-called ‘paniki’ who can use all the lines in the play area and go around it. If a person on a line reaches or touches the other team then it will be their turn. It is a must that the person who finishes will shout ‘Alagwa!’ to indicate victory for the team....

Words: 271 - Pages: 2

Mt.Samat

...|REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES | |cOLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY AND INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT | |The Impact of Domestic Tourist in Mt. Samat, Bataan | |[Our Lady of Fatima University] | | | |In Partial Fulfillment | |of the requirements in the subject | |Tour 12 Tourism Research | |03/15/2013 | Presented By: Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Problems and its backgrounds Statement of the Problem Hypothesis of the study Significant of the study Scope & limitation of the study Definition of terms Chapter 2 Review of related......

Words: 5687 - Pages: 23

Philippines and Wwii

...of USAFFE to Corregidor and Bataan. On December 23, Gen. MacArthur put into effect the secret military plan WPO-3 (War Plan Orange No.3) On December 24, 1941, President Quezon moved to Corregidor where the Commonwealth Government was transferred. On December 26, Gen. MacArthur declared Manila an “Open City.” On December 30, 1941, President Quezon and VP Osmenia took oath for the second inaugural ceremonies of the Commonwealth. On January 2, 1942, Japanese entered Manila in a bloodless occupation. President Roosevelt ordered President Quezon to go to US to serve as a Philippine government-in-exile. He left Corregidor by submarine on February 20. Heroisms: Mess Sergeant Jose Calugas, a Filipino army cook manned an abandoned canon and delayed the Japanese forces. Igorot Company fought against 20th Japanese Infantry and won. President Roosevelt ordered MacArthur to go to Australia and take command of the newly-formed Southwest Pacific Asia. Gen. MacArthur left o n the night of March 11, 1942. On March 17, at Bachelor Field he left the words “I shall return.” II. Japanese Occupation and the second Philippine Republic Started at the Fall of Bataan. When MacArthur left, the command went to Lt. Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright and USAFFE became USIP (United State Forces In the Philippines). On April 3, 1942, Japan unleashed an all out attack on Bataan and on April 9, 1942, Bataan Fell. Gen. Edward P. King, commander of Bataan forces, surrendered.......

Words: 885 - Pages: 4

Anu Ang Halimbawa Ng Salawikain

...Republic of the Philippines BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY City of Balanga, Bataan College of Arts and Sciences Course Syllabus Course Code: Subject Title: For: Schedule: Course Credit: Pre-requisite: Course Description: SSCI 125 Work Ethics and Attitude Development BSTM 4th Year TM 4A TTh 9:30-11:00 Rm. 301 TM 4B TTh 11:00-12:30 Rm. 301 3 units None This course is an applied ethics in relation to the practice of human labor and management. This is designed to introduce the key elements of ethics, ethical practice, and professionalism to students as they prepare to enter the professional world as first class workers or managers. It is planned to ensure that upon successful completion, each student will have the capacity to engage in ethical work practice, as well as evaluate various kinds of work practice from an ethical standpoint. The general aim of this course is to develop the moral and ethical professionalism among students as preparation for their future roles as employees or managers. At the end of the course, students should be able to: 1. Identify their strengths and weaknesses as man; 2. Utilize their assets and values more effectively; 3. Gain the knowledge regarding one’s values and use it positively in relating to others; 4. Acquire and develop the necessary attitudes expected from a professional and competent person. General Objective: Specific Objectives: Course Outline: * University’s Vision and Mission I. Background on the Study of Work......

Words: 795 - Pages: 4

History

...are no way out. It is such an abusive move by the Japanese people. They did the bombing for the reason that they want to colonize the Philippines and free them from the Americans. The Philippines suffered so much in the hands of the Japanese because they are abusive during the colonization unlike of the Americans. –Pelinio Japanese are like a brazen in such a way they treat Filipinos. They were much more abusive race who lived in the world. I want their race to suffer for what they did in Philippines. —Ruben The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike which led to World War II. A horrible event in Hawaii that happened on December 7, 1941 that followed by one of the important events, the Bataan Fall in the Philippines. –Cortez Because of this event the Philippines was occupied by the Japanese because they won the complete control of the skies over the Philippines. MacArthur's inaction and failure to follow war orders causes the loss of American air power in the Philippines. The supply line of the American to the Philippines was cut by the Japanese. I think that though this; the Japanese have the reason to have control over our country. –Vargas The Pearl Harbor is the most unforgettable event in the history because of this war there’s a lot of infrastructure damaged and also there’s a lot of people died during this war, many people living with fear and also they don’t have a freedom because they......

Words: 2652 - Pages: 11

Philippines During World War

...spare the city from further destruction, Gen. MacArthur declared Manila an open city on December 26, 1941. Bur despite the declarations Japanese attacks continued. MacArthur ordered the USAFFE to Bataan and wait for reinforcements. President Quezon and Vice President Osmena were evacuated to Corregidor. At the beginning of the occupation, many inhabitants fled to neighboring provinces for fear of Japanese atrocities. But later returned after proving their fears were unfounded. The Japanese authorities declared American Sovereignty over the Philippines ended and that Filipinos should cooperate with them in restoring peace and order. The Desperate Stance at Bataan The combined Filipino-American forces withstood the attacks of the enemy. The Japanese amphibious landings were annihilated. The stubborn defense of Filipino-American forces required the Japanese to acquire additional reinforcements from China. The Japanese time table to capture the Philippines was only 60 days but the campaign lasted for almost 3 months The Fil-Am forces was demoralized when they found out that no reinforcement will be coming to their aid. At Corregidor, President Quezon was aghast at the American policy and threatened to negotiate an armistice with the Japanese to save the Filipino boys at Bataan but was prevented by MacArthur. Later President Quezon was evacuated from Corregidor to Australia, then to US where set up a government in exile. He would never return to the Philippines......

Words: 2309 - Pages: 10

Effecs of Computer Addiction

...BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE 2100 Balanga, Bataan OPINIONS AND REACTIONS ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF THE SPREADING COMPUTER GAMES AND INTERNET ADDICTION OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS OF BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY A Research proposal submitted to: Mrs. Lorna R. Roldan In partial fulfilment on the requirement for English 104 Submitted by: Daniel Banares Jilian Carlo Caraan Joaquim Dyogi Raven Mendoza Ron Jason Arcena Chriss John Valenzuela CHAPTER 2 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK This chapter discusses the related literature and studies, conceptual model and the definition of terms. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Computer Addiction or Internet Addiction The concept of Computer Addiction is broadly divided in two types, namely offline and online Computer Addiction. The term offline Computer Addiction is normally used when speaking about excessive gaming behaviour, which can both be practiced offline and online. Online computer Addiction is also known as Internet addiction and gets in general more attention from scientific research than Offline Computer Addiction, mainly because most cases of Computer Addiction are related to the excessive use of the internet. Some researchers and mental health practitioners see excessive Internet use as a symptom of another disorder such as anxiety or depression rather than a separate entity. Internet addiction could be considered as an Impulse...

Words: 628 - Pages: 3

Government Hospitals in Bataan

...MASSIVE DRIVE AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS LAUNCHED IN BATAAN WRITTEN BY HTTP://WWW.PIA.GOV.PH/. BALANGA CITY, Bataan August 22 (PIA) -- The Provincial Coordinating Committee on the eradication of tuberculosis recently launched a massive campaign against the killer disease in Bataan with the aim of at least detecting 70 percent of those afflicted and curing 85 percent of those detected.  The program is under government's Public Private Mix DOTS or the partnership of both public and private stakeholders on Directly - Observed Strategy on Short Course Therapy (DOTS). It has the battlecry "You are the cure of tuberculosis."  Dr. Rosanna Buccahan, PCC Bataan chair and Provincial health office chief, explained that "public" refers to rural health units and government hospitals and doctors while "private" involves non-governmental organizations, teachers, private hospitals, and private doctors.  She said that under the program, there will be no competition between private and public physicians but the involvement of all in the attainment of the country's millennium goal by 2015 of curing at least one-half of TB cases in the Philippines. Ameia Sarmiento, executive director of the Philippine Coalition Against Tuberculosis, said studies show that there are 133 TB cases per 100,000 population in the country. The countrywide target is to have a detection rate of only 70 percent of 133 cases per 100,000 people.  She said that the nationwide target has been attained but there are...

Words: 572 - Pages: 3

Tour

...Dominic Church and Bataan Tourism “If you don’t know history, then you don’t know anything. You are a leaf that doesn’t know it is part of a tree.”- Michael Crichton. If history is unknown to us how would we appreciate the present times? Participating to tours that shows and imparts the history of something is a great opportunity to see and reflect why and what life has been today. Last September 23, 2015, Wednesday, together with my classmates we are blessed to witness historical places like the St. Dominic Parish Church and the Bataan Tourism Center which caters different historical events and contributions of our fellow Filipinos here at Bataan. First stop is the Saint Dominic Parish Church which is known as Abucay Church, located at Brgy. Laon, Abucay, Bataan. The church is founded by Dominican Missionary Friars and built to be dedicated to St. Dominic de Guzman. This church witnessed the massacre of hundreds of Filipinos and Spaniards by the Dutch invaders. The building is more than 400 years old and one of the oldest church in the Philippines. The making of St. Dominic Parish Church was headed by Father Geronimo de Belen in early 1600s. Saint Dominic Church once suffered by a horrible damage because of the earthquake but still survived. On the later years it was destroyed by fire but was revived and reconstructed under Father Jose Diego Pelaez. This only shows how much we value our church as much as we value our creator. Second stop is the Bataan Tourism Center......

Words: 472 - Pages: 2

Banks

...LIST OF COOPERATIVE BANK * Agusan del Norte Cooperative Bank * Bataan Cooperative Bank * Camiguin Cooperative Bank * Capiz Settlers Cooperative Bank * Cooperative Bank of Agusan del Sur * Cooperative Bank of Aklan * Cooperative Bank of Aurora * Cooperative Bank of Benguet * Cooperative Bank of Bohol * Cooperative Bank of Bukidnon * Cooperative Bank of Bulacan * Cooperative Bank of Cagayan * Cooperative Bank of Camarines Norte * Cooperative Bank of Camarines Sur * Cooperative Bank of Cavite * Cooperative Bank of Cebu * Cooperative Bank of Davao del Sur * Cooperative Bank of Ilocos Norte * Cooperative Bank of Iloilo * Cooperative Bank of La Union * Cooperative Bank of Lanao del Norte * Cooperative Bank of Misamis Oriental * Cooperative Bank of Mountain Province * Cooperative Bank of Negros Oriental * Cooperative Bank of Cotabato * Cooperative Bank of Nueva Ecija * Cooperative Bank of Palawan * Cooperative Bank of Pampanga * Cooperative Bank of Quezon Province * Cooperative Bank of Surigao del Sur * [Cooperative Bank of Tarlac] * Cooperative Bank of Zambales * Cooperative Bank of Zamboanga del Norte * Cooperative Bank of Zamboanga del Sur * Countryside Cooperative of Batangas * First Isabela Cooperative Bank * Ilocos Sur Cooperative Bank * Leyte Cooperative Bank * Metro South Cooperative Bank * National Teachers and Employees Cooperative Bank * Occidental Mindoro Cooperative Bank * Samahang Nayon Cooperative Bank of Nueva Vizcaya *......

Words: 1925 - Pages: 8

Study Habits

...“AFFECTIVE AND NON-AFFECTIVE VARIABLES AS DETERMINANTS OF LEARNING OUTCOMES AND STUDY HABITS OF SPECIAL SCIENCE CLASSES (SSC) STUDENTS IN ADVANCED BIOLOGY AT BATAAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012” ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- A Chapter I Proposal to the College of Education Bataan Peninsula State University (Balanga Campus) City of Balanga, Bataan ------------------------------------------------- In Partial Fulfilment of the Course Requirement in Educational Research (EDUC 115) Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in Biological Science ------------------------------------------------- By: TONY R. GAÑALONGO February 06, 2012 CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The world today is experiencing a rapid change in almost all fields of endeavour. Science has brought many changes in people’s lifestyle. It’s difficult if not impossible to live today and not experience the results of science investigations. Everyday occurrences such as hearing the weather forecast, watching television, talking on the telephone, and flying through the air are made possible through science. These are handiworks of scientists and proofs that science has become highly important in our lives and continue to change our lives and lead us to progress. The center of any educative process is the learner. Since it is the task of the teacher to guide the students’......

Words: 3124 - Pages: 13

Empowering the Ata Community

...Empowering the Kanawan Ayta Community To commemorate the Father of Modern Public Health in the Philippines the UP Manila College of Public Health held its annual Dr. Hilario G. Lara Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at Room 407, College of Public Health, Lara Hall. This year’s lecture, “A Framework for the Development of the Ayta Community in Morong, Bataan”, was presented by Dr. Lourdes J. Cruz, a national scientist and former Professor of the UP Diliman Marine Science Institute and a recipient of the 2010 L’Oriel-UNESCO Award for Women in Science. Dr. Cruz is also president of the Bataan Center for Innovative Science and Technology, Inc. (BCISTI) since 1999. Through the years, she has led her team in alleviating poverty in areas of Bataan populated by indigenous Aytas, specifically Kanawan. BCISTI works as a technology incubator to Science and Technology for economic development. It has taken on the task of developing mechanisms to mobilize Science and Technology resources for direct mitigation of poverty. As basis of development, Dr. Cruz presented the concept of 4-Helix Model as an alternative approach for Science and Technology-based economic development. Developing countries use the Triple Helix Model that identifies three institutions, the Academe, Industry, and Government, as major constituents in socio-economic development. However, she points out that the situation in the Philippines vary in that a greater part of the population in rural areas do not......

Words: 633 - Pages: 3

Computer Aided Instruction

...“AFFECTIVE AND NON-AFFECTIVE VARIABLES AS DETERMINANTS OF LEARNING OUTCOMES AND STUDY HABITS OF SPECIAL SCIENCE CLASSES (SSC) STUDENTS IN ADVANCED BIOLOGY AT BATAAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012” _______________________________________ A Chapter I Proposal to the College of Education Bataan Peninsula State University (Balanga Campus) City of Balanga, Bataan _______________________________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement in Educational Research (EDUC 115) Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in Biological Science _____________________________________ By: TONY R. GAÑALONGO February 07, 2012 CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The world today is experiencing a rapid change in almost all fields of endeavor. Science has brought many changes in people’s lifestyle. It’s difficult if not impossible to live today and not experience the results of science investigations. Everyday occurrences such as hearing the weather forecast, watching television, talking on the telephone, and flying through the air are made possible through science. These are handiworks of scientists and proofs that science has become highly important in our lives and continue to change our lives and lead us to progress. In education the center of any educative process is the learner. Since it is the task of the teacher to guide the students’ learning at various activities and stages of development, there is a need to......

Words: 328 - Pages: 2

Fctors Affecting You

...on the academic performance of sophomore students in Math I at Bataan Peninsula State University – Balanga Campus, College of Education. A. Conceptual Framework The figure shows the conceptual framework of study. INDEPENDENT VARIABLES DEPENDENT VARIABLES TIME MANAGEMENT BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION STUDY SKILLS STUDY HABITS Independent variables as it influence dependent variables of this research are on the bases of Time management, Behavioral modification, Study skills to Study habits. These independent variables will be our base in studying the study habits of sophomore students in math I at Bataan Peninsula State University-Balanga Campus. We will be proving that these three independent variables are big help for the students to make their study habits improve so that they can earn and have a better learning. 1.2 Statement of the Problem This study intended to find out the factors affecting the study habits of sophomore students in Math I. It also aimed to answer the following questions: 1) What is the profile of the respondents according to: 1.1 Time management 1.2 Behavioral modification 1.3 Study Skills 2) What extent of influence did the independent variables have on student study habits? 3) Did the independent variables significantly influence students study habits? 1.3 Significance of the Study The researchers believe that students, particularly the sophomore students of Bataan Peninsula State University- Balanga Campus, College of......

Words: 739 - Pages: 3