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Kabanata 4
Si Kabesang Tales

1. Ano-anong kalupitan ang dinanas ni Kabesang Tales? Karapat-dapat ba siya sa ganitong kalagayan? Ipaliwanag. Posible pa ba itong mangyari sa kasalukuyan? Patunayan.
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2. Sa iyong palagay, bakit hindi hinihikayatni Tandang Selo na magrereklamo o umalma si Kabesang Tales sa trato sa kanya ng mga prayle? Sang-ayon k a ba rito? Ipaliwanag.

3. Bakit bagama’t ayaw sana ay nagdesisyon pa ring mamasukalang alila si Huli? Ano ang pinatutunayan nito sa kanya bilang isang anak? May mga katulad pa ba niya sa kasalukuyan? Magbigay ng tiyak na halimbawa.

Kabanata 6
Si Basilio

1. Isalaysay ang nakaraan ni Basilio? Ano ang nagpanatiling matatag sa kanya sa kabila ng mga kasawian? Ano ang pinatutunayan nitosa kanya bilang anak?

2. Ilarawan ang mga naging propesyon ni Basiliol. Paano sila nakatulong para higit pa na maging matatag ang binate?

Kabanata 8
Maligayang Pasko

1. Anong magandang ugali ni Huli ang mababakas sa kabanatang ito? Taglay mo rin ba ang katangiang ito? Patunayan.

2. Paano ipinakita ni Basilio ang pagsuporta kay Huli sa panahong lugmok siya? Ano ang pinatutunayan nito sa kanya bilang isang kasintahan?

3. Paano ipinagdiwang ng pamilya ni Huli ang pasko? Ganito ka rin ba magdiwang ng Pasko ang mga Pilipino ngayon? Patunayan.

4. Kung ikaw ay isang milyonaryo, paano mo ipagdiriwang ang Pasko? Bakit sa ganitong paraan ka magdiriwang?

Kabanata 9
Si Pilato

1. Ano-anong mga suliraning panlipunan ang ipinakita sa Kabanata? Nangyayari pa rin ba ang mga ito sa kasalukuyan? Patunayan.

2. Anong katangian ni Hermana Penchang bilang isang mananampalataya ang hindi kahanga-hanga? Ano ang mainam na gawin sa mga tulad niya?

3. Sa iyong palagay, bakit Pilato ang pamagat ng kabanatang ito?

Kabanata 10
Kayamanan at Karalitaan

1. Sa iyong palagay, bakit alahas…...

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