• Nationalism and Language Use
    Nationalism and the Use of the Filipino Language y Abstract The use of a national language has been often associated with one’s nationalism. The Philippines is an example of a diverse country- rich with history from the times of the Spanish and American occupation. Amidst the cultural diversity is a variety...
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  • 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 1974...
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  • English Problems
    Salle University, Philippines ABSTRACT: As more countries adopt English as the language of learning in schools, more non-native speakers of English are learning English so that they can learn in English. In this paper, we review studies (mostly involving Filipino-English bilinguals) that look into the...
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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 sciences...
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  • Effects of Bilingualism
    EFFECTS OF BILINGUALISM TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FOURTH YEAR HIGHS SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PASIG CATHOLIC COLLEGE Chapter 1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Introduction The use of mother tongue in learning allows students to learn the lesson quickly. It helps them to read and probably write quickly...
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  • Mother Tongue
    Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education in Philippine Schools Mar 8, 2012 by braincontour Scenario: A Waray-speaking couple from Samar decided to relocate in Cebu for job opportunities. Tagging along with them is their first-grader girl. Deficient of finances, they decided to enroll the kid in...
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  • The Mother Tongue Language as the Medium of Instruction from Kinder to Grade 3
    students prefer Mother tongue based education system in Math and Science. But they doubt their skills in terminology translation in order to deliver a spontaneous discussion. The BEED students would also like to gather more information about Mother Tongue based Education system. Thus, the respondents appreciated...
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  • Bilingualism
    BILINGUALISM IN CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE LITERATURE AMONG GRADE 7 STUDENTS OF ANTONIO J. VILLEGAS VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, TONDO MANILA, SCHOOL YEAR 2013 – 2014 A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of College of Education, Global Reciprocal Colleges, Caloocan Philippines In Partial Fulfillment...
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  • The Prospects of Multilingual Education
    THE PROSPECTS OF MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION AND LITERACY IN THE PHILIPPINES Ricardo Ma. Nolasco, Ph.D. Acting Chair, Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino September 17, 2008 1. Introduction A basic weakness is plaguing Philippine education. It is that many pupils do not understand what their teacher is saying and...
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  • Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education
    Salient Features on Mother Tongue Based- Multi Lingual Education Language Development A strong educational foundation in the first language Successful bridging to one or more additional languages Enabling the use of both/ all languages for life- long learning Cognitive Development Is based in...
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  • Uygtgv
    . Sources of Multicultural Education   1.1. New Waves of Immigrants   The arrival of new massive waves of immigrants has been possible since the adoption of the Immigration Act of 1965. The reluctance of the U.S. population to accept new groups of immigrants has been a persistent...
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  • Paper 1
    (2012). Producing bilinguals through immersion education: Development of metalinguistic awareness. Applied Psycholinguistics, DOI:10.1017/S0142716412000288 2. Kovelman, I., Baker, S. & Petito, L-A. (2008). Age of first bilingual language exposure as a new window into bilingual reading development...
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  • immigrant education
    project April Ma 12/09/2011 Should only English be spoken all the time? Education for immigrant children in the United States I want to start my essay with one of my experiences with an immigrant family from China...
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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
    “In American school they want to make Anglos out of all of us.” - The official English movement and it’s impact on bilingual education in the United States from the 19’th century to 2010 - January 26, 2010 Contents 1. Introduction ...
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  • English in Puerto Rico
    high, and the island had a population of about one million, from which 44,861 were enrolled in 529 public schools and 26 private schools. Secondary education was unusual and it was provided by Provincial Institutes or private high schools. The Spanish language was the medium of instruction at all levels...
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  • Code Mix
    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 solidarity). A code may be a...
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  • English
    Chapter 1THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND | Background of the Study In the Philippines there are over 170 dialects of which about twelve, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian language family, are of regional importance. Of all these languages only Filipino and English are considered to be official...
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  • Language Issues
    Neumann at a discussion at the East-West Center's second international media conference here. The East-West Center is a Honolulu-based international education and research institution promoting better understanding among the United States, Asia and the Pacific. Jointly organised by the University of Hong...
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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
    the English language by the British invaders. However, the English language only became significant in the period between 1898 and 1946, when the Philippines was under the United States sovereignty. Since then, the English language remains the country’s official language. On July 14, 1936, the National...
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  • English Proficiency
    lingua franca of the era today. Philippines today, is the fifth largest English-speaking in the world and in Asia, second. Being proficient in English is now considered as a phenomenon globally. English has remained an absolutely popular language even in the world of Education. Since English is an intellectualized...
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