Folk Games

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Promotional Video in Promoting the Five Philippine Folk/Native Games Promotional Video in Promoting the Five Philippine Folk/Native Games Characteristics of Five Philippine Folk/Native Games
1. Tinikling Game
2. Kasipa sa Mangis
3. Arnis
4. Palo-palo
5. Sungka
Characteristics of Five Philippine Folk/Native Games
6. Tinikling Game
7. Kasipa sa Mangis
8. Arnis
9. Palo-palo
10. Sungka

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Framework in the Analysis of Five Philippine Folk/Native Games

Bibliography
A. Books
Garcia, Crispina et al.,(1995). Music, Arts and Physical Education 5. Rex Printing
Company Incorporated. Quezon City.
Lopez, Mellie L. (2001). A Study of Philippine Games. University of the Philippines
Printing Press.
Pangilinan et al., (1995). Music, Art, and Physical Eucation 5. Quezon City.
Perez. Vilma V.,(2003). MAPEH I. St. Bernadette Publications, Inc. Quezon City
Unpublished Works
Avedon, Elliot M. et al., “The Study of Games”. Unpublished Thesis. University of New
York, 1971.
Bernardo, Gabriel A. “A Study of Sungka — Philippine Variant of a Widely Distributed
Dundes Alan., “On Game Morphology: A Study of the Structure of Non-Verbal
Folklore”. Unpublished Thesis. University of California. 1964
Huinzinga, Johan., “Homo Ludens: A Study of Play Element in Culture”. Unpublished
Thesis. Boston 1964.
Malay, Armando. “A Study of Games in the Philippines”. Unpublished Thesis.
University of the Philippines. 1956.
Phelan, John L. “The Hispanization of the Philippines”. Madison 1959.
Roberts, John M. et al., “Games in Culture”.Unpublished Thesis. University of
Texas.1959
B. Newspaper
Manila Bulletin. Pinoy in Thoughts, in Words – and in Games!. October 15, 2009

D. Electronic Resources
 http://www.pasyalan.net/nativegames/...
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