Declamation Pieces By Filipino Authors Essays and Term Papers

  • Project in English

    consider it a privilege and an honor to be born a Filipino. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- To the Filipino youth, nothing Filipino is good enough any more. Even their Filipino names no longer suit them. A boy named Juan does not...

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  • Waathelasand

    the revolution * Education – requirement for leadership * Wealth – requirement for education * Filipino native elite – succeeded in reserving for itself the role of determining Filipino response to independence and nation-building Philippine Republic in Malolos – first inauguration *...

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  • Calilung

    reading poems and declamations and had only just begun writing his own poems when he was in high school. His first encounter with declamations was during high school when he owed his classmate some money. Coincidentally, his Alma Mater (Holy Angel University) was conducting a declamation contest entitled...

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  • Paper on Juvenile Delinquency Philippines

    delinquent?” (Anonymous) Perhaps all of us have heard this famous declamation piece, but have we ever looked closer into the depths of the term, “juvenile delinquency?” Will juvenile delinquency be only remembered through a declamation or will juvenile delinquency be given justice through the House Bill...

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  • Our Teacher, Our Hero

    wedding, okay?…He-he-he! Pretty sure, we will all be there Ma’am…” “Sssshhhaaa, sssshhhaaa…That’s enough now. Let’s have your practice for your LitMus Pieces now…Please call the other candicates Chris…” “Okay Ma’am, I’ll call them outside…”…Susan, Alfred…pls. get inside now…we’re getting ready for our practice...

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  • When the Knack, Knocks!

    and I went to Binondo to visit the Center for Pop Music Philippines because it was said to be an institution that shaped a lot of great and talented Filipino artists. It was only then when we went to see the place that I discovered that not only singing lessons were offered in the center but also training...

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  • A House Divided Speech Analysis

    well as South. Have we no tendency to the latter condition? Let any one who doubts carefully contemplate that now almost complete legal combination - piece of machinery, so to speak -- compounded of the Nebraska doctrine and the Dred Scott decision. Let him consider not only what work the machinery is adapted...

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  • outline in research paper

    literary works in the Philippines A. NOVELS B. LEGENDS/MYTHS C. EPICS D. SHORT STORY III. Famous literary works and its authors A. LITERARY WORKS B. INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR C. LITERARY WORKS AS THE MIRROR OF PHILIPPINE LITERATURE RESEARCH OUTLINE WILL HELP EVERY STUDENTS TO KNOW WHAT THEY...

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  • Essaayys

    of literary works in the Philippines A.NOVELS B.LEGENDS/MYTHS C.EPICS D.SHORT STORY III.Famous literary works and its authors A.LITERARY WORKS B.INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR C.LITERARY WORKS AS THE MIRROR OF PHILIPPINE LITERATURE RESEARCH OUTLINE WILL HELP EVERY STUDENTS TO KNOW WHAT THEY WILL...

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  • Essays on Literature

    literary production attained slow growth. We can generally infer that oral lore is the starting point of our literary heritage. Though, Alibata – the old Filipino alphabet is already known during this era, the production is very limited to writings on dried leaves, bamboo, or bark of a tree which aside from...

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  • Transcending our Democratic Mediocrity

    Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police, and the cancer of corruption eating their vitals. It also exposed the emptiness of our declamations as champions of the poor as it unfurls data after unassailable data of the multiplication of the roofless, the shirtless and the shoeless in our...

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  • Literary Output of Filipinos are not Book Lovers

    S.Y. 2013-2014 Year & Section: IV-Fidelity Subject English IV-World Literature Teacher Mr. Ronald C. Mina Literary Piece Filipinos Are Not Book Lovers Author Arlene Babst-Vokey Thesis Statement Philippines is a nation of nonreaders. Reference (Publishing House) Phoenix Publishing...

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  • Reflection on a Reconstructed Portrait of Juan Dela Cruz by: Roger Don S.J. Cerda

    just plain stupid this pigeonhole of an author must be. To go deeper with it, I’ll do it one by one as well. First point. He stated that, “Filipinos have a remarkable sense of humor” – I strongly agree, however, I believe that it is not a unique “Filipino” trait since almost all countries display...

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  • How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife

    Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife," is a short story written by the highly acclaimed Filipino writer Manuel Arguilla. This award-winning story is a long-standing favorite in Philippine literature. To examine this piece, the author's background must first be considered. Formalistic, historical, and sociological...

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  • Book Review

    Dominguez Bachelor of Arts in History 2-1 March 4, 2013 Tinguians: Death of a Culture By: Nid Anima I. Introduction II. About the Author III. Summary IV. Strengths and Weaknesses of the Book V. Importance of the Book VI. Analysis and Suggestions I. INTRODUCTION ...

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  • Philippine Literature

    Consisted of early Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the original author of the piece since oral literature did not focus on ownership or copyright, rather on the act of storytelling itself; -          Many oral pieces became lost in...

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  • Bureaucracy in the Philippines - Book Review

    from the 1560’s when Spain undertook to administer the affairs of the natives of the archipelago to the 1950’s when the Filipinos assumed the responsibility of self-government. The author presented the significant phases in the evolution of our administrative apparatus to identify the important characteristics...

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  • Review for English

    enthusiastically Filipinos are not book lovers - Essay that proves why most Filipino hates reading most of all. Editorial – opinions, point of view, reaction, criticism of a person. It gives general information Bookworm – a person addicted to books AKA Bibliophile Why Filipinos are not book lovers...

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  • Over

    Bob Ong, or Roberto Ong, is the pseudonym of a Filipino contemporary author known for using conversational Filipino to create humorous and reflective depictions of life as a Filipino. " Filipinos really patronize Bob Ong's works because, while most of his books may have an element of comedy in them...

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  • Humanities

    Excerpts of Koran The Fisherman and the Genie 2. Hebrew Story of Ruth AFRICAN LITERATURE * The Gentleman of the Jungle FRENCH LITERATURE * A Piece of String ENGLISH LITERATURE * My Heart Lifts Up AMERICAN LITERATURE * Road Not Taken INDIAN LITERATURE Gitanjali Vocabulary: Use the...

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