Filipino Language Essays


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Wikang Filipino

All abstracts must be submitted electronically to Ruth Mabanglo or Aurora Batnag at [email protected] You will be notified. 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 G...


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The English Language In The Philippines English Language Essay

The House Bill 5619 or “An Act to Strengthen and Enhance the Use of English as Medium of Instruction in Philippine Schools prescribes the use of English, Filipino or the regional/native language from pre-school to Grade 3 and the use of English as the teaching language in all academic subjects from grades 4 to 6, and in all levels of high school. Th...


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Economic Importance Of The English Language English Language Essay

Language though can be utilized in more ways and the Philippines shows us that a language, English, can be used for economic development. 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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Language, Learning, Identity, Privilege by James Soriano

Complain all we want about how Filipino has taken a backseat to English in matters of importance (education, government, etc. Genuinely we must hope that Filipino languages be given primacy over English as the language of education, of the courts, governments, etc.


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Filipino Philosophy Essay

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 age and from culture to culture. Filipino Philosophy is unique in itself and is a pride of the Filipino people.


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Development Of Psychological Thoughts In The Philippines

The good thing here is that literary writing was in Filipino language that was in dominance. Most Filipinos speak Filipino, the national language; and English, the language for commercial and legal transactions.


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Development Of Psychological Thought 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. The Filipino language in this notch, gives a conceptual division in several levels and modes of social i...


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Why I Don’t Speak in English Essay

Why insist on the English language when you can use the Filipino language and be more adoptable to the people around you. First, Senator Lito Lapid, Why do you think the people voted for him knowing that he could not speak the English language because by talking the Filipino language his message goes straight to the heart of every Filipino.


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Political Science Critique Essay

But in the government and courts we should not use ENGLISH language. Filipino and English languages as a medium of official communication of instruction in educational system but In Government and Courts the medium of communication shall be our national language.


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The Positive Impacts of Philippines Becoming an English-Speaking Country Essay

There are debates about the language that must be used to teach subjects in schools, imagine teaching Science and Technology in the Filipino? Having a country with huge percentage of call center companies with almost 400,000 Filipino employed in the industry, it is not surprising that foreigners would invest in the country because they view how good...


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Philippines: The jejemon fever Essay

They may be offended especially our American investors because it’s like that their language had been disrespected due to the alternations on their alphabet and would be discouraged because of our poor proficiency in English – the universal language. Our national language – Filipino – is our identities.


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English Proficiency as Related to Academic Performance

Thirty-eight years later, during the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, English remained as an official language adding Filipino and dropping Spanish during the process. 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...


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Cultural Profile of the Philippines Essay

They are used to referring people they know to be employees in their businesses (“Philippines — Language, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette”). Since they are relational, sometimes they are more particular with the personalities rather than the company they represent (“Philippines — Language, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette”).


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Education in the Philippines Essay

As a result, the language actually used in teaching is often a polyglot of Filipino and English with the regional language as the foundation, or rarely the local language. Filipino is based on Tagalog, so in Tagalog areas (including Manila), Filipino is the foundational language used.


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Philippine Education 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. As a result, the language actually used in teaching is often a polyglot of Filipino and English with the regio...


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“Conyo Talk”: The Affirmation Of Hybrid Identity And Power In Contemporary Philippine Discource Essay

can say that to talk in a “conyo” way is part of the Filipino students’ culture, especially those who are in the “higher ups” in our society. It is evident, from the examples cited, that its speakers endeavor to assert their identity as Filipino, Hispanic and Anglophone.


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Pick a developing country Essay

Filipinos, the people of the country, speak Filipino, the national language, and English. It’s not only in the Filipino language that the long Spanish rule is evident, however.


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Sikolohiyang Pilipino

Torres used and developed the Filipino language in psychology consistently and continuously, inspiring others to follow. Through his correspondence with Lagmay, Enriquez learned that the matter of teaching in the Filipino language was being taken up eagerly.


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Philippine Culture Essay

Conclusion As a conclusion, in terms of residence, the Filipino family may be said to be bilocal and neolocal. The Christian Filipino family has often been described as a large family group, usually including three generations in the same home, which is, “extended” in terms of membership.


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A true filipino Essay

So, what did you think how can you say that a people is a Filipino? Second, it is not because you have a fair complexion and you are using the language of the Filipino’s you are already a Filipino.


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Filipino-American Assimilation Essay

Filipino Migration to the United States. The Philippine Constitution has granted the English language as co-official with Filipino.


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Pasyon: a Factor That Shaped the Filipinos’ Identity Essay

We will also analyse and appreciate the content of the pasyon as a factor that shaped the Filipinos identity; and to be able to learn how the Filipino culture and language evolved and adjusted for many years so to understand also the current situation of Filipinos identity. But, unfortunately the function did not worked accordingly to the Spanish si...


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Malansang Isda by Rosalinda Olsen Essay

In the novels, Dona Victorina represents the type of Filipino who rejects her identity as Indio and who would do everything to deny it in every form, particularly in mannerism and language. Rizal has been iconized and even idolized by a sect that calls themselves “Rizalistas”, but the Filipino has yet to realize and actualise his relevance.


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Influences on the Philippines Essay

Some famous Filipino dishes that are Chinese influenced are pancit, lumpia, and lechon. Just like India the Chinese have also left a mark in the language but that is not what they are most known for.


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Isyu Sa Wikang Filipino Essay

My partisanship for Filipino (not Tagalog) is bound to inflame Cebuanos, Bicolanos, Ilocanos, and so on, including Filipino speakers-writers of English, or Filipino English. That is why mandating the continued teaching of English equally with Filipino, with the mother language as auxiliary, at the secondary level, betokens a schizophrenic if not tre...


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Filipino Psychology Essay

Gradually, more and more members of the faculty were convinced to use the Filipino language in teaching Introductory Psychology. Other factors were the difficulty of expressing or explaining some Western concepts and theories in Filipino, the negative reactions of students who sometimes felt that their skill in speaking and writing in Filipino was i...


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Colonial Mentality: Its Roots Essay

Some Filipino Americans may ridicule less-Americanized Filipino Americans by tagging them with labels such as “FOB” (fresh-off-the-boat), “stupid”, and “backwards” (Revilla, 1997). Those who speak English with a Filipino accent are reported to be given the subjugating labels mentioned and be discriminated against by highly Americanized Filipinos “be...


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American Literary Periods

Further complicating the matter is the Filipino appraisal of its own “national”language (Pilipino, stemming from Tagalog) which, according to an entry in the 1995 Encyclopedia Americana written by Leonard Casper, is known as “Filipino English.” The pluralism of national consciousness within the Philippines (eight vernacular languages and three disti...


4260 words (10.7 pages)
Effects of Bilingualism Essay

Studying both languages at the same time causes minimal fluency in either Filipino or English since their focus is not constant in one language. Other students could not express themselves in English because they are used in speaking in Filipino which results in being an uncompetitive student when it comes to English (Madriaga, Nazareno, et al, 2001).


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Indigenization of psychology in the Philippines Essay

The limited integration of Western and Filipino perspectives is suggested by the following observations : (1) Filipino psychology tends to be taught as a separate course alongside standard (Western) courses in general psychology, personality psychology, experimental psychology, and so forth; (2) although Filipino psychology courses are taught in the...


11332 words (28.3 pages)

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