• Effects of Bilingual Education
    the Philippine educational system. Many studies have shown that there are actually many factors affecting achievement in Mathematics and one of these is the language factor. The mandate of a Bilingual Education Policy of the Department of Education Culture and Sports (DECS) which took effect in...
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  • Nationalism and Language Use
    the use of English and Filipino as media of instruction in the Philippines from primary up to tertiary level. As stated in this DECS order, bilingual education refers to the separate use of Filipino and English as media of instruction in specific subject areas from Grade 1 to college in all...
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  • English Problems
    activities may not have any effect on the students’ learning and performance. In addition to the Philippine studies, we also review studies conducted among bilingual learners in the United States. We do not focus our review only on mathematics learning experiences, however, as we also refer to some...
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  • Effects of Bilingualism
    . (Rebecca Alcantara, et al, 1996) According to the 1986 Philippine constitution, the Philippine educational system implemented the use of bilingualism in all levels of educational institutions in our country. Bilingual education aims to use both English and Filipino as medium of instruction for...
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  • Bilingual Education
    I. Meaning “Bilingual Education Policy (BEP) in the Philippines is defined operationally as the separate use of Filipino and English as the media of instruction in specific subject areas”. As embodied in the DECS Order, Filipino shall be used as a medium of instruction in social studies/ social...
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  • Mother Tongue
    relationship between achievement in the two languages, and found that low student performance overall was not an effect of bilingual education but of other factors, especially the low quality of teacher training (see also Dutcher 1995). If the program works in other developing countries, I believe...
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  • Bilingualism
    will serve as a frame of reference for teachers’ teaching in the secondary schools that would give them better understanding on the major demands of the Philippine education in the use of bilingual system in the classrooom instruction. This could also be an eye-opener for them to be conscious to...
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  • The Mother Tongue Language as the Medium of Instruction from Kinder to Grade 3
    -MLE and bilingual policy can be understood essentially in terms of which languages should be the media of instruction. Philippine bilingual education requires English and Filipino, the national language, as media of instruction depending on which subjects are being taught (see Gonzalez; Luzares...
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  • Paper 1
    Edward Jay Mansarate Quinto LIN805D/Psycholinguistics Metacognitive Reading Report 5 Readings: November 8, 2012 1. Bialystok, E., Peets, K. & Moreno, S. (2012). Producing bilinguals through immersion education: Development of metalinguistic awareness. Applied Psycholinguistics, DOI...
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  • The Prospects of Multilingual Education
    Salle University Press. Gonzales, Andrew B. and Bonifacio Sibayan. 1988. Evaluationg bilingual education in the Philippines: 1974-1985. Manila, Philippines: Linguistic Society of the Philippines. House of Representatives. 14th Congress. House Bill No. 230. An act to strengthen and enhance the use of...
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  • Uygtgv
    spirituality in the curriculum. 2. Multicultural Education - Forms of Manifestation  2.1. Bilingual Education   As it may be observed, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans and, last but not least, the Native Americans supported the idea of bilingual education. Legislation stipulated that their...
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  • Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education
    . Be well prepared to enter and achieve well in the mainstream education system. Source: Gazette of the Philippines The WHY’s In an article by Cruz (2011) under grading P-Noy the country’s president Pres. “Noy Noy” Aquino said, “My view on this is larger than just the classroom. We should...
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  • immigrant education
    have other options? With those two questions, I did my literature review on immigrant children’s education. I found out that besides immersion education, there is a special program called bilingual education. According to Swain and Barik, the definition for bilingual education is...
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  • Detailed Lesson Plan in Mapeh
    on Filipino-English bilingual schooling in the Philippines (Gonzalez &Sibayan, 1988) found a positive relationship between achievement in the two languages, and found that low student performance overall was not an effect of bilingual education but of other factors, especially the low quality of...
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  • The Official English Movement and It's Impact on Bilingual Education in the United States from the 19'Th Century to 2010
    proclaim English as the sole official language of the US. Furthermore it describes the effects of that intention on bilingual education in the US from the 19’Th century until today. Which leads to the thesis that: The Official English Movement, even though not achieved its aim, has affected the...
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  • English
    Constitution. Tagalog is just a dialect although Filipino (the language) is based from here. Tagalog also refers to people from the North who speaks the dialect. Philippine English refers to the English language as it is spoken in the Philippines. Filipinos are at least bilingual, knowing their...
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  • Code Mix
    -SWITCHING. Terms in SOCIOLINGUISTICS for language and especially speech that draws to differing extents on at least two languages combined in different ways, as when a Malay/English bilingual says: This morning I hantar my baby tu dekat babysitter tu lah (hantar took, tu dekat to the, lah a particle marking...
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  • The Factors Age, Gender and Socio-Economic Status Influence the Code-Switching Habit of 2ahr Students in San Beda College, S.Y. 2010-2011
    institutions within the Philippines. However, after being abolished—a move made in 1987 shortly after EDSA I—it only resulted in the birth of “Englog”—a mishmash of English and Tagalog words and phrases which did not succeed in making Filipinos truly bilingual (Romualadez, 2007). It was a disastrous move...
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  • An Assessment of English Proficiency Among Beed 2a Students in Bsu Sarmiento Campus
    • When Philippines became an independent commonwealth in 1936, the rise of the Filipino language created a linguistic tension between English and Filipino. • Bilingual Education Scheme was implemented in 1987 which gave way to the officialization of Fil-English (Thompson, 2003). In addition...
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  • Globalization, Call Center, and Language
    due to its custom of bilingual training, similarity to the American culture, and inexpensive workforce - the Philippines is suited as one of the main centers for subcontracting (p. 1). Americans colonized Philippines from 1898-1946, and then US naval bases stayed there until 1992. During those...
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