Mandaya Weaving

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Philippine Women’s College of Davao
University Avenue, Juna Subdivision, Matina, Davao City
SY 2011-2012
High School Unit

The Study of the Assessment of the Impact of Mandaya Weaving in their Lives In Partial Fulfillment of the Project for Qualitative Research

Submitted by:
Iris Coleen Mariscotes
Lorena Lamanilao
Honey Jean Estrada
IV- Altruism

Submitted to:
Mrs. Renelyn Bana
March 2012


This thesis is entitled “THE STUDY OF THE ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF MANDAYA WEAVING IN THEIR LIVES”, prepared by Iris Coleen B. Mariscotes, Lorena S. Lamanilao and Honey Jean Estrada, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Quantitative Research, has been examined and is hereby recommended for the corresponding oral examination, approval and acceptance.

Renelyn D. Bana

Subject Teacher


APPROVED by the Panel of Examiners with a grade of PASSED

Ma. Nancel Lanticse


sdafds AranesReynald Japay, MAT-Math MemberMember

Wilfred Dexter Tañedo


ACCEPTED in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the subject Quantitative Research.

Salvacion R. Echavez, MAT-College Physics

BED Acting Principal

Throughout this study, there are a lot of people that we would like to acknowledge. First, we would like to thank our Heavenly Father for granting us the knowledge to finish this research. Second, we would like to thank our teacher Ma’am Renelyn Bana for helping us and guiding us in this study. We would also like to thank our parents, Mr. And Mrs. Mariscotes, Mr. And Mrs. Estrada and Mr. And Mrs. Lamanilao for supporting us in every aspect especially in financial. We also want to pay gratitude to our classmates who helped us in some details of this research. Next, we would like to thank the people in the Davao City...
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