ANG, Paulo Nicko V.
CALMA, Van Urik G.
GARCIA, Gladys Michelle M.
GUIAMO, Rina Angelica P.
JALUAG, Irah A.
Professor Carlos A. Garcia
March 7, 2013
ROBOTS IN INDUSTRY: A BOON FOR EVERYONE
Thesis Statement: __________________________________
A. English as the Universal Language
B. Comprehension and Speaking Skills
C. Development of Media
1. Use of Information Technology
2. Benefits achieved through films
b. Motivation to learn
D. Requirement as a speaker of English
II. History of English Films in the Philippines
A. Timeline of English Films in the Philippines
1. American Era
2. Philippine Independence
3. In the New Millennium
B. Development of English Films
III. Cultivation of Filipinos in the Universal Language
IV. Effects of Watching English Films
V. Conclusion: Great Induction to Filipinos Skills in Speaking and Comprehending the Universal Language.
Effects of English Films to Filipinos who hardly speak and understand the Universal Language
Communication is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, visuals, signals, writing, or behavior. But to be able to socialize with people who are not around in our area of communicative commonality, we need to be practical, and supposedly we need to avail the majority used language and by means, it’s the Universal Language, English. According to Carlos Carrion Torres of the Encyclopedia of Writing Systems and Language, English is without a doubt the actual universal language. It is the world's second largest native language, the official language in 70 countries, and English-speaking countries are responsible for about 40% of world's total GNP. By a lucky coincidence due to factors that he said, English, the Universal language, is one of the simplest and easiest natural languages in the world. The only other simple and easy languages are constructed ones. Hence, English Language uses Latin alphabet, the most universal, simple and short one (only the Greek alphabet is shorter and simpler). In addition, in English, the Latin Alphabet presents its most "clean" form as a true alphabet with only 26 basic letters and no diacritics. But in a non-offensive way of speaking, The Social Weather Station (SWS) in its March 2010 survey said that only "Four out of 10 Filipinos could speak the English language fluently." This exclude the comprehension of the language despite the fact that the Department of Education attributed the decline in English proficiency to the teaching techniques of some teachers using the combination of the English and Tagalog languages in public schools. So based on further observation about the lifestyle of Filipino, does watching English Films really affects Filipinos’ skills and great understanding about the spoken language of the many? But first, what seems to be the other cloistered agenda of the production of English Films and second, is there possible elucidation that marvelous aftereffect can these movies contribute to most of the Filipinos?
The development technology right now, on the way. It can influence on human life at all sectors. Information technology has been used from education sector until business, many information of intellectual, practical, technical, and entertainment are promoted on electronic audio visual as on television, radio, and internet. Television as one of many proofs of modern technology that has given many advantages for human life. By watching television people can know everything about news, entertainments, etc in far away of place. And television has become an effective medium to transfer knowledge, information, and culture, habit even life style. Most people...