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Relationship with ForeignersLesson 7 : 

Relationship with ForeignersLesson 7

Indian : 

Indian They came to the Philippines to trade with the people of Sulu. They brought with them textiles which they exchange for beautiful pearls found in the deep waters of Sulu Sea. We have a long relationship with them.

Indian : 

Indian We learned to be diligent from them. They worked hard to produce more products which gave them bigger income. We learned the use of the veil and cord for weddings.

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7. Sarong will be used for the skirts 9. Giving of garland is a gesture that the visitor is well-accepted. 8. Turbans will be used for the head.

10. Throwing of RiceFor more blessings : 

10. Throwing of RiceFor more blessings 11. They are full of superstition

12. Flowers : 

12. Flowers Sampaguita The national flower of the Philippines. Champaca flowers are also used to produce an essential oil for perfume

a. Malunggay : 

a. Malunggay b. Jackfruit 13. Vegetables & Fruits

c. Patola : 

c. Patola d. Bitter gourd or ampalaya

Chinese Influences : 

Chinese Influences 1. The livelihood of the Filipinos progressed as a result of trading with the Chinese.

2. Mining Gold : 

2. Mining Gold

3. Making of metal ornaments : 

3. Making of metal ornaments

4. Learn the use of Porcelain : 

4. Learn the use of Porcelain

5. Umbrella and tin can : 

5. Umbrella and tin can

6. Gun Powder : 

6. Gun Powder 7. Roasted pig or lechon

8. Pancit : 

8. Pancit 10. Spring rolls 9. Lumpia

12. Hopia : 

12. Hopia 11. Siopao 13. siomai

14. Words we got from the Chinese : 

14. Words we got from the Chinese Susi Ate Pinggan Gunting Mangkok Sipit Key Older Sister Plate Scissors Research Clamp

15. Other things we learned from them: : 

15. Other things we learned from them: Playing sungka Kite-flying Industriousness and Patience Thrift and self-discipline Frugality They trust the Filipinos that is why trading with them have increased in number.

ARABS : 

ARABS Among the first people who migrated to the Philippines. Traders and missionaries Lived in the southern part of the Philippines. Introduced the Islam religion in Sulu and other parts of Mindanao They built mosque their place of worship.

Taj Mahal and Mosque : 

Taj Mahal and Mosque

ARABS : 

ARABS Pilgrimage to Mecca. Praying five times a day Give alms to the poor They do not eat pork (unclean animal) They read the Koran (Muslim Bible) They taught us the “singkil” a wedding dance

ARABS : 

ARABS They taught us the “singkil” a wedding dance

They taught us the words : 

They taught us the words Apo Sulat Salamat Bukas

The Spaniards : 

The Spaniards We were their colony for 300 years They have the most influence to the Filipinos. They have enriched the Filipino culture. Religion is the most important contribution, the Roman Catholicism They introduces most of the customs and traditions being done by Filipinos up to these days

6. Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards : 

6. Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards Celebration of Fiestas Preparation of food Playing of contest, games and dance parties during fiestas

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards : 

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards Concerts and different cultural shows presented during fiestas Attending of the holy mass during fiesta Attending procession for the patron saint.

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards : 

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards River Procession Socks and shoes Hat Native shirt and pants

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards : 

Customs and Traditions Inherited from the Spaniards Payneta Fan

7. The Spaniards taught us words like: : 

7. The Spaniards taught us words like: chinelas Zapatos 8. The Spaniards introduced the use of the names of the saints: Maria Ana Juana Achara misa Jose Tomas Pedro

The Spaniards taught us words like: : 

The Spaniards taught us words like: chinelas Zapatos The Spaniards introduced the use of the names of the saints: Maria Ana Juana Achara misa Jose Tomas Pedro

9. Schools : 

9. Schools They established schools like the University of Santo Tomas Founded in 1611 The oldest university in the Philippines and Southeast Asia The Spanish priest were the first teachers

Schools : 

Schools The Filipinos knowledge broadened with the help of the schools established by the Spaniards.

10. Spanish Architecture : 

10. Spanish Architecture Filipinos followed the Spanish Architecture Made of stone, brick and hard wood with a terrace.

11. Cara y Cruz : 

11. Cara y Cruz A Spanish way of gambling using 3 coins and tossing them in the air.

Juego de prenda : 

Juego de prenda There is no limit to the number of players that can play. Players sit in a circle with the leader in the middle. Each player adopts a name of a tree or flower that is given by the leader. The leader recounts the story of a lost bird that was owned by a king. He or she says, “The bird of the king was lost yesterday. Did you find it, Ylang-Ylang?” The player who adopted the name of the Ylang-Ylang tree at once answers that he or she has not found it, so the leader continues to ask the other “trees” whether the bird has hidden in them. If a player cannot answer after the third count, he or she is made to deposit a thing he or she owns to the leader until the leader has been able to gather a lot of things from the members. Each one can only regain his or her belonging by reciting a prayer or a verse. Once a player has complied with the penalty, the item that he or she has deposited is returned to him or her. A variation of the penalty might be truth or consequence.

12. Siesta : 

12. Siesta Taking a nap after having lunch was also an influence from the Spaniards.

The Americans : 

The Americans They came while the Spaniards still ruled the Philippines. They won the Spanish-American war in Manila Bay on May 1, 1898 The Filipinos thought the Americans were defending them against the Spaniards. They were here to conquer the Philippines. They stayed here for 40 years.

The Americans : 

The Americans They established schools with the missionary’s as teachers as well as the soldiers. They taught the Filipinos how to read, write, count and speak the English Language.

The Americans : 

The Americans More Filipinos were able to go to school. Education was the priority of the Americans. We learned the meaning and the importance of living under a democracy.

The Americans : 

The Americans The Americans emphasized the rights and duties of every citizen. The men used their right to vote and the citizen used their freedom to show their feelings

The Americans : 

The Americans The americans introduced the protestant religion which spread widely throughout the country. But most Filipinos remained Catholic.

15. Sports the Americans introduced to us : 

15. Sports the Americans introduced to us Basketball Volleyball Tennis

Sports the Americans introduced to us : 

Sports the Americans introduced to us d. Softball e. Bowling

16. Entertainment : 

16. Entertainment a. Watching movies b. Radio

17. American Dances and Songs : 

17. American Dances and Songs a. Tap dancing b. Songs

18. American Dresses : 

18. American Dresses a. High-heeled shoes b. Clothes for women

American Dresses : 

American Dresses c. Western style dressing

19. American Food : 

19. American Food a. hamburger b. sandwich

19. American Food : 

c. hotdog d. Carbonated drinks 19. American Food

The Japanese : 

The Japanese They came as colonizers. They stayed for more than three years. They left favorable influences in the field of labor.

4. Japanese Influences : 

4. Japanese Influences a. Fishponds b. Selling duck eggs

Japanese Influences : 

Japanese Influences c. Leather making d. Weapons and other tools

The Japanese : 

The Japanese 5. Believe that any product made should be of high quality.

Study : 

Study Quiz on Tuesday Study the Hindu/Indians Study the Chinese Study the Arabs Quiz on Thursday Study the Americans Study the Spaniards Study the Japanese

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