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Rizal and the Development of Filipino Nationalism CHAPTER 6: Formal Schooling at a Village School Garcia C.C., De Viana, A.V., & Cruz, C.B.
Rizal Moves to Biñan Paciano accompanied Rizal in his trip on board a carromata
Their travel lasted for one and a half hour of travel, and it was midnight when they were able to reach their destination, their Aunt’s house.
That Sunday night, his cousin Leandro invited him for a walk around the town to familiarize Rizal with the place but at that time, he felt homesick as he remembered his mother and sisters.
First Day at the Village School !e was again accompanied by "aciano to the village school under the charge of Maestro Justiniano Cruz , "aciano’s teacher during his elementary school days.
Pedro # son of $aestro %ruz o &aughed at Rizal because of his response to the $aestro’s 'uestion, and was challenged and defeated by Rizal in an arm wrestling match during lunch
Academic Studies at the Village Village School (ven at this level of education, Rizal was able to demonstrate his intellectual superiority # the best in his class in &atin, Spanish, and the rest of the sub)ects o *ecause of this, he was the ob)ect of )ealousy by his classmates and thus was made to look bad in front of the maestro and was punished. Academic Instruction at the Village School !e did not en)oy his schooling at the village school, under $aestro +ustiniano %ruz. !e did not even like his teacher, who he described as a tall man with a long neck and a sharp nose and a body bent slightly slightly forward. o *ut though he did not like him, he considered him an epert in &atin and Spanish grammars
-ne thing he hated from him was his use of corporal punishment in making the pupils learn the lesson for the day he considered it barbarous/. o !e highlight his hatred for that type of instruction in his 0oli me Tangere o
1or him 2barra/, a school has to be a playground of the mind and not a torture chamber Also, since he was deficient in physical stature, he overcame it with self3assertiveness centered on aggressiveness o
Lie at Biñan !e had a very systematic and disciplined life
4akes up 5677 in the morning, attends the mass, go home and study lessons, take his breakfast, and attend class until 87677.
!e then goes home for lunch after resting for an hour, he returns to school for afternoon classes from 96773:677 *y ;677, he had to pray with his cousins and study for a while.
After suppertime, when there was a moon, he played with his nieces in the street
!e also took painting and drawing lessons under $aestro %ruz’s father3in3law, the old !uancho, and eventually became his apprentice
The rigorous life he had as an elementary pupil at the village school e'uipped him with the competencies for secondary schooling in $anila and strengthened his body and soul as a young lad. "nd o Schooling at the Village School !e then returned to %alamba after receiving a letter from his sister Saturnina
*y December 17, 17!, he was able to return to his hometown