Filipino Language Test Essays


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Education in the Philippines Essay

DECS Bilingual Policy is for the medium of instruction to be Filipino for: Filipino, Araling Panlipunan, Edukasyong Pangkatawan, Kalusugan at Musika; and English for: English, Science and Technology, Home Economics and Livelihood Education. Though elementary schooling is compulsory, latest official figures show 27.82% of Filipino elementary-aged chi...


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Philippine Education Essay

Filipino is based on Tagalog, so in Tagalog areas (including Manila), Filipino is the foundational language used. DECS Bilingual Policy is for the medium of instruction to be Filipino for: Filipino, Araling Panlipunan, Edukasyong Pangkatawan, Kalusugan at Musika; and English for: English, Science and Technology, Home Economics and Livelihood Educati...


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Sikolohiyang Pilipino

However, they can still lay claim to Filipino cultural identity (differentiated from a national identity) because both their parents are Filipino, some of them still speak or at least understand one Philippine language. While the elite speak English and occasionally throw in some French for comfort, the Filipino masses speak Filipino and a regional ...


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English Proficiency as Related to Academic Performance

House Bill 5619 or the Act Strengthening and Enhancing the Use of English as Medium of Instruction seeks to raise the English language proficiency level of Filipino students and graduates in order to increase their employability and global competitiveness. Supporters of House Bill 5619 believe that adopting English as medium of instruction would add...


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The English Language In The Philippines English Language Essay

In the 1970s, Filipino began to replace English as the main language of instruction in schools, in the name of nation building. Then, in 1973, the constitution imposed by the dictator Ferdinand Marcos made Filipino (based on the local tongue of Manila and the surrounding provinces) an official language alongside English.


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Economic Importance Of The English Language English Language Essay

In the 1970s, Filipino began to replace English as the main language of instruction in schools, in the name of nation building. 38 years later, during the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, English remained as an official language adding Filipino and dropping Spanish during the process.


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Indigenization of psychology in the Philippines Essay

Enriquez (1994b, p. 3) defined Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP; Filipino psychology) as a “psychology based on the experience, ideas and orientation of the Filipino.” Enriquez (1994a) outlined major characteristics of SP, which included: (1) principal emphases on identity and national consciousness, social awareness and involvement, psychology of language...


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Philippines Essay

The English language is not a gauge of one’s intelligence, as subjects such as Science and Math do not need to revolve around the language. Eduardo Gullas, an old lawmaker from Cebu, says that Filipino children failed in the recent math and science tests given by DepEd because they have poor English.


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Appropriateness of Standard Personality Tests

(Church,Katigbak, & Reyes, 1996) The information is derived directly from the correspondents, these being Filipino university students and judges. Four tests were used three of which were indigenous test being (along with sample sizes) “ (PPP; = 387), (PKP; = 413), (PUP; = 386), and one being westernized, Filipino NEO–PI–R ( = 398)” (Kati...


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Development Of Psychological Thoughts In The Philippines

Language, culture and Point of view were the sixth bases because it is the most fundamental of all bases.Filipino language and dialect is very significant because it is a witness in the many studies conducted and translated into foreign language. “First we have to define first what Social Psychology is so…Social Psychology is the study of how indi...


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English Grammar Proficiency

In many language courses and programs grammar teaching and testing remains one of the key areas of language learning, and it’s often considered critical to developing fluency and accuracy in language use. When Torricer (2009), explore the English language proficiency of the Second Year college students of Ilocos Sur Community College, she discovered...


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Implications for Licensure to Practice

Although it is not a primary language in many countries and regions in the world, it currently holds the record of a language that is most frequently taught as a foreign language. This study will contribute in giving more serious note in the language proficiency of nurses especially the English language.


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English vs. Mother tongue as a medium of instruction Essay

It is also the medium of instruction for teaching other subjects, including Filipino and English. Mother tongue one’s native language; the language learned by children and passed from one generation to the next .


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Scope And Delimitation Example

The results showed that although “respondents exhibit a positive preference for things Filipino, these preferences have not yet been lifted to a level of consciousness that would make their manifestation of such personal preferences as expressive of their identity as Filipino, or as charters of national identity” (Herrera & Robias, 2010, p.67). ...


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Development Of Psychological Thought In The Philippines

The knowledge of psychology “Babaylan” or “Catalonan” for the native Filipino people was an important part of Filipino Psychology. Felipe de Leon examined the way Filipino names describe the people and how names can hide Filipino identity.


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Isyu Sa Wikang Filipino Essay

With the rise of globalization, it has been a fashionable if tendentious practice among the floating litterateurs, mostly resident in colleges and universities, to advocate the maintenance of the status quo; that is, English as the prestigious language, Taglish as the media lingua franca, and Filipino and the other languages as utilitarian devices f...


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Influence of Gay Language on the English Proficiency of Freshmen Students

(Rosales, 1997) Filipino language is also developing. Here in the Philippines, Gay lingo, sward language, gay language, sward speak, and gay slang are a variety of words in Filipino language.


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The Philippine educational system

From these researches, a two-volume bibliography on Filipino psychology and a locally developed personality test, Panukat ng Ugali at Pagkatao (Measure of Character and Personality), were produced. Thus, using American categories and standards, ‘‘the native Filipino invariably suffers from the comparison in not too subtle attempts to put forward Wes...


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Helping the Nonnative English Speakers with Reading

Once all the techniques in helping nonnative English speakers with reading are applied, the burden and the boredom in using the language is lessen. The enthusiasm to speak the language is not lost if we keep on reading English magazines, newspapers and books.


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Electronic Games and Entertainment Essay

This study will be a guide to the other researchers to a broader research about computer games in relation with Artificial Intelligence Program and will encourage developing other computer games inspired by Filipino games. For as long as anyone can remember, there has always been a Sungka board in the Filipino.


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Wikang Filipino

Teleseryes as a Tool of Filipino Language Development/Social Transformation Service Learning, Community Sourcing, Student Organizations Filipino in the Media and Diplomacy Language and Politics Establishing and Developing a Global Filipino Language Programs Publishing and Publications in Filipino: Issues and Challenges Filipino Language in the Diasp...


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A Reconstructed Pprtrait Of Juan De La

Since then, Juan has been used to name an idle Filipino. Is it our proficiency in the Filipino language?


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Science High School Essay

60 s.2008 a policy that strengthens the use of english language as the medium of instruction in the educational system. Will the science high school curriculum that offers more time in studying the English language be more effective in enhancing the English proficiency of the Grade 7 students than those who haven’t?


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English Proficiency Essay

Because English is so widely spoken, it has often been referred to as a “world language”, the lingua franca of the modern era, and while it is not an official language in most countries, it is currently the language most often taught as a foreign language. Hence, until such time when we are an advanced country and our national language is brought to...


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Extensive Reading Assistance to Struggling Readers Program: a Proposal

However, Phil-IRI results in Filipino Oral Reading show that out of 63 primary pupils: 25.4% are non-readers, 52.38% are frustrated readers; and, out of 58 intermediate pupils: 27.59% are frustrated readers. Name| Grade| Reading Level During the Pre-Test| All 19 Kinder Pupils| Kindergarten| Cannot recognize alphabet names and sounds| All 12 Grade I...


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Language, Learning, Identity, Privilege by James Soriano

If we are not willing to speak proper Filipino, then don’t even bother acting outraged when someone points out its plight in today’s society. I have grown to love and appreciate the Filipino language despite my own limitations in speaking or writing in it.


512 words (1.3 pages)
Filipino Philosophy Essay

(5) other Filipino Phylosophies that Filipino scholars may add and institutionalize that is not or only partially influenced by the Western Philosophy and purely in the Filipino context. In this regard, the Filipino self is unique and his worldview, which is to be in harmony with all that is around him or her, is true to every Filipino from age to a...


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Literature: Spanish Language Essay

With the help of this organ, Filipino national heroes like José Rizal, Graciano Lopez Jaena, Marcelo H. del Pilar, etc. Most of the notable literature of the Philippines was written during the Spanish period and the first half of the 20th century in Spanish language.


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Literary Production

It might be corny to say but I am proud to express that through the writings of Rizal, Bonifacio, Santos, Palma and other Filipino writers – I am a Filipino. I admire the writings of our Filipino comrade, for they instill great values of being a Filipino – a distinct race among the rest in the world.


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Essays on Literature Essay

It might be corny to say but I am proud to express that through the writings of Rizal, Bonifacio, Santos, Palma and other Filipino writers – I am a Filipino. I admire the writings of our Filipino comrade, for they instill great values of being a Filipino – a distinct race among the rest in the world.


1620 words (4.1 pages)

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