Authors and Co-Authors.All abstracts must be submitted electronically to Ruth Mabanglo or Aurora Batnag at [email protected] You will be notified.The presenting author’s name must be underlined.Abstracts should comprise of 250 to 500 words, in Filipino or English.All authors must provide a brief bio description (25 words) of themselves.
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38 years later, during the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, English remained as an official language adding Filipino and dropping Spanish during the process.Language though can be utilized in more ways and the Philippines shows us that a language, English, can be used for economic development.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.Figure Self-assessed English Competence of Filipino Adults from December 1993 to April 2008 ..Long-...
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38 years later, during the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, English remained as an official language adding Filipino and dropping Spanish during the process.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.The order stated three policies: the teaching of the English as a second language starting form the first grade, the use of English the medium of instruction for English, Mathematics and Science starting from the third grade, and the use of the English language as the primary medium of instruction in all public and private institutions of learning in the secondary level, including those ...
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I have grown to love and appreciate the Filipino language despite my own limitations in speaking or writing in it.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.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.As a fellow Filipino I disagree to the piece of “Language, learning, identity, privilege”, even though English is primarily the language for learning in almost all parts of the world it does not mean that we should treat our mot...
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Filipino Philosophy is the attitude, worldview, and notion of the natural citizens of the Philippines towards the day-to-day experiences in life, religion, communication, survival, interrelationship with people and intra-relationship with his sakop or to oneself – the “I,” and the uplifting of one’s soul – the Filipino being.Unlike western practices, a Filipino is not complete without his relationships A Filipino cannot be defined sans family … these are his essential relationships — with one another, with family — and no Pinoy is truly Pinoy without them.Of these, Filipino, which is based onTagalog and was formerly spelled as ‘Pilipino,’ is the official language along with English.In this regard, the Filipino self is unique and his worl...
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The native language is a rich source of concepts meaningful for and significant to the local culture.” As a source of insight, some concepts were proven to be important in understanding the Filipino personality, worldview and behavior.The Filipino language in this notch, gives a conceptual division in several levels and modes of social interaction.Most Filipinos speak Filipino, the national language; and English, the language for commercial and legal transactions.The knowledge of psychology “Babaylan” or “Catalonan” for the native Filipino people was an important part of Filipino Psychology.According to Ms. Leslee Natividad from the Department of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines, Los Baƒ”os ,when I asked her what is the rol...
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The Filipino language in this notch, gives a conceptual division in several levels and modes of social interaction.Felipe de Leon examined the way Filipino names describe the people and how names can hide Filipino identity.The knowledge of psychology “Babaylan” or “Catalonan” for the native Filipino people was an important part of Filipino Psychology.“First we have to define first what Social Psychology is soâ€¦Social Psychology is the study of how individuals affect the society and how the society is affecting the individual .If we’re going to relate Filipino into that on how the Filipino is affected by the society that we have here in the Philippines and maybe in the world in general.Nowadays, the Filipino concepts of “Language”, “Kapw...
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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.They are used on speaking the English language that is why most of the students in the school failed their Filipino subjects and having difficulty to communicate and understand.Learning to speak the English language amongst Filipino is an inherent factor easily adopted.Further, I think we should practice more to communicate using our own language because some even if they are a Filipino, they don’t know how to speak our language straight, much more know the meaning of some of our languages because they know more the Engli...
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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.As it evolves, it shall be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing Philippine and other languages.It is acceptable that if we will use ENGLISH language in the school because it is a place of learning.It may not be the national language”.We should not include ENGLISH as an official language of our country.
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There are debates about the language that must be used to teach subjects in schools, imagine teaching Science and Technology in the Filipino?It is good that schools are very strict with the implementation of English language as medium of teaching subjects.The government and the schools who stretch out its efforts to develop the full potentials of Filipinos in speaking the universal language has greatly contributed to a better nation of English speaking workforce that would help build a country with a lot of investment opportunities and better economy.In Philippines, English language has been used and taught in schools, workplaces and home.Koreans, Chinese and Japanese are also choosing to study in the Philippines to learn English because...
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Filipino texters already have a different language.Since, there are still so many Filipinos especially Filipino texters who are not yet so much influenced by this new style of texting, we could still stop the domination of jejemons.It influences a big part of our society where language means a lot.Thousands of years ago, English was introduced to Filipino ancestors by several teachers brought by the United States by the end of the Spanish era in 1989.This should be stopped before the worst thing happens; this is the passing of this form of informal language to the future generation.
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The order recognized that there is a need to develop the aptitude, competence and proficiency of our students in the English language to maintain and improve their competitive edge in emerging and fast-growing local and international industries.Supporters of House Bill 5619 believe that adopting English as medium of instruction would address the problem of declining English proficiency among Filipino students and graduates and improve competitiveness of the Filipino labor force.Proficiency in English language is achieved through constant monitoring, evaluation and reinforcement of the teacher.House Bill 5619 or the Act Strengthening and Enhancing the Use of English as Medium of Instruction seeks to raise the English language proficiency ...
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Filipino is a compendium of more than 180 dialects but most of the words are based on Tagalog, the lingua franca of the National Capital Region, the seat of the government.Officially, Filipino and English are the major languages.Since they are relational, sometimes they are more particular with the personalities rather than the company they represent (“Philippines — Language, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette”).html Wow Philippines.They are used to referring people they know to be employees in their businesses (“Philippines — Language, Culture, Customs, and Etiquette”).
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Third year has Geometry, Trigonometry, Chemistry, Filipino III, and World History and Geography.Filipino is based on Tagalog, so in Tagalog areas (including Manila), Filipino is the foundational language used.Depending on the bridging plan adopted, the Filipino and English languages are to be phased in as the language of instruction for other subjects beginning in the third and fourth grades.Secondary school in the Philippines, more commonly known as “high school” (Filipino: paaralang sekundarya, sometimes mataas na paaralan), consists of four levels largely based on the American schooling system as it was until the advent of the comprehensive high schools in the US in the middle of last century.Second year has Algebra II, Biology, Engli...
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Third year has Geometry, Trigonometry, Chemistry, Filipino III, and World History and Geography.Second year has Algebra II, Biology, English II, Filipino II, and Asian History.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.Depending on the bridging plan adopted, the Filipino and English languages are to be phased in as the language of instruction for other subjects beginning in the third and fourth grades.Fourth year has Calculus, Advanced Algebra, Physics, Filipino IV, Literature, and Economics.
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It is like a language game where the interactants position themselves intersubjectively.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.In this case, hybridity occurs in the responses to the threads posted in reaction to positioning within the ambiguity of what is a Filipino.How does “conyo” talk affects the Filipino society?Participants use a more informal language, colloquial forms and other features that are usually associated with spoken language.
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The Filipino language, which is mostly composed of the native dialect of Tagalog, includes many Spanish terms.For instance, many Filipino families today still practice the Spanish siesta or sleeping during the afternoon.Home Bound: Filipino American Lives Across Cultures, Communities, and Countries.It’s not only in the Filipino language that the long Spanish rule is evident, however.Filipinos, the people of the country, speak Filipino, the national language, and English.
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Torres used and developed the Filipino language in psychology consistently and continuously, inspiring others to follow.And in the 1990s, tests were developed to measure a wide variety of Filipino characteristics – katalinuhan [intelligence], pagkarelihiyoso [religiosity], kaasalang sekswal [sexual behavior], kakayahang magdala ng tensyon [ability to handle stress], pagkamabahala [anxiety], kahustuhang emosyonal [emotional stability], kakayahang berbal sa Filipino [verbal ability in Filipino], Filipino management style, dementia screening, empathy, and trustworthiness, to name a few’’ (Cipres-Ortega & Guanzon-Lapen˜a, 1997, p. 7).As early as 1965, he was using the Filipino language in teaching.Through his correspondence with Lagmay, ...
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St. Louis Quarterly 63-64 (September-December): 375-396 .The Philippine urban family.Furthermore, the national language is Filipino, a formal version of Tagalog, an indigenous language.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.Thus, the Filipino family is frequently said to be patriarchal in authority.
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How can you adopt the values of a Filipino?So, what did you think how can you say that a people is a Filipino?The one character that the Filipino always posses is being “Religious”.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.The true Filipino is not classified by their appearance but the true Filipino is classified by the inside appearance of every people.
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Filipino Americans: Transformation and Identity.In seeking national solidarity, many Filipinos abroad have come together to establish their own Filipino community.Five Faces of Exile: The Nation and Filipino American Intellectuals.This media has made migrant Filipinos aware of historical events in the Philippines and has showcased Filipino culture and tradition as a source of national pride.Filipino Migration to the United States.
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Looking now at the present context, many had claimed that the Filipino Language, culture, as well as history and identity were all distorted out of its original shape, its original civilization.F. Significance of the study As Communication Arts students, we believe that this study will help us deepen our understanding about language and culture, particularly in race and language where we can see the relation of how race, language and culture gradually changes.And also, we will study both races (Spanish and Filipino) to determine how the pasyon influenced their culture, language, and values to what it is today.As what history tells, it was used to tame and convert the native Filipino from being pagans to Christian.However, on the side of ...
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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.Pilipino is the national language but the preferred working language of government, business, and education as well as the mass media remains English.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.Using the “isda” analogy, the Filipino might well be like a fish out of water, in the sense that Filipinos are supposed to be living in one country—the big sea—that has become an alien territory to citizens whose ties have remained regional or tribal rathe...
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An English speaker would not have any problem trying to make their way through the Philippines.Just like India the Chinese have also left a mark in the language but that is not what they are most known for.The Philippines continues to grow in itself with the everlasting influences of the many countries that came to the Philippines.As innovative as Filipinos are they used the jeeps to their advantage and thus created the Jeepney.Some famous Filipino dishes that are Chinese influenced are pancit, lumpia, and lechon.
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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 treacherous and treasonous policy of the ruling class beholden to U. S. and transnational corporate interests.One suspects that this is almost unavoidable, in a society where to raise the need for one national language, say “Filipino” (as mandated by the Constitution) is certain to arouse immediate opposition.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 ...
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Its proponents continue to advocate for a psychology that is truly responsive and reflective to the needs and the unique situation of the Filipino people.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 inadequate, and the students’ lack of fluency in the language.Among other things: • It created better rapport between teacher and students • There was a more relaxed atmosphere in the classroom • The students’ confidence grew in expressing their opinions, thoughts, and actual experiences • A different perspective, which was more Filipino, was introduced into the course ...
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Such a discriminatory attitude may reflect the belief that the only ways for Filipino Americans improve themselves is to Americanize (Rodriguez, 1997) and to associate only with American or Americanized people.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 “because the former’s language is often associated with inferiority, lack of intelligence, and ‘otherness.’ This arrogant perception is based on the assumption that ‘standard’ English is a universal norm and…marker of intelligence” (Strobel, 1997, p.74).It embarrassed me that I should be a part of a race so disregarded and dehumanized by society” The denigration of th...
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Gonzalez, in an anthology of Asian American critical essays, point to the discrepancies of models for true Filipino American identity as they remark on the recent success of Filipino-American writers like Jessica Hagedorn whose 1990 Dogeaters seems to search for a past and national identify not important to all Filipino writers (Cheung 80-83).Litiatco, Arturo Rotor, Lydia Villanueva, Paz Latorena , Manuel Arguilla began publishing stories manifesting both skilled use of the language and a keen Filipino sensibility.This combination of writing in a borrowed tongue while dwelling on Filipino customs and traditions earmarked the literary output of major Filipino fictionists in English during the American period.This imaginary attempts to eas...
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Bilingual education aims to use both English and Filipino as medium of instruction for students to achieve quality education with the help of the collaboration of the two languages.Filipino was declared as the ‘lingua franca’ because it is the language that is being spoken and understood by majority of the Filipinos, that is why Filipino should be used in education.The tendency is that they mix up the two languages which results in “taglish” words or phrases.It is also one of the reasons why students could not speak English fluently.The use of the Filipino language in teaching develops lifelong learners who are proficient in the use of their native language and other languages.
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In addition, several authors have warned against cosmetic indigenization, noting, for example, that “token” use of the Filipino language (Enriquez, 1994a, p. 62), “verbal Filipinization” (Bennagen, 1985), and Filipino “labelling” activities (Bennagen, 1985; Church, 1986) may not result in truly indigenous perspectives and indeed may lead to misconceptions about Filipino psychology.Salazar (1991) has raised an important point in emphasizing the need for Filipinos to evolve their own internal or “insider perspective” (pantayong pananaw), which is achieved, in part, by (1) communicating in the Filipino language; and (2) avoiding the goal or tendency to explain Filipino behaviour or psychology to those outside the culture (e.g., to Western s...
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