Essay About Being Proud To Be A Filipino Essays and Term Papers

  • 2012 Filipino American Essay Contest

    Being a Filipino-American is very unique. I’m proud to be a part of two of the greatest cultures in the world. What’s even better than being a Filipino-American is being a Filipino-American living in San Diego. San Diego is one of the greatest places to live in the world. It’s a great place for anyone...

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  • Parable of the Sower

    Julius Laborete 2/14/12 Hist. 436 Reflection Essay #1 Many of my peers, including myself were born here in America. As a Filipino-American, I am proud to be born and raised in America. I know the living conditions both here and the Philippines. By comparison, America is calm, civilized, environmentally...

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  • Lesson Plan for English

    purpose. 2. Note specific details to support the main idea. 3. Relate the author with the selection 4. Differentiate an essay from a poem. II. SUBJECT MATTER “I AM A FILIPINO” (p.56-58) -by: Carlos P. Romulo “BALLAD OF A MOTHER’S HEART” –poem Reference: Better English for Philippine...

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  • Philippine National Identity

    characteristics that distinguish it from other groups. A typical Filipino is usually described by outsiders as dark skinned, flat nosed, short people from Philippines who speak either in Tagalog or Taglish, and is a Christian. Other descriptions of Filipinos are rice-lovers, hardworking, family-oriented, and nowadays...

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  • Biography of Hermano Pule

     20 INTERESTING INFORMATION ABOUT HERMANO PULE SUBMITTED BY: TOMENIO, GABRIELA Y. CEIT-02-401P SUBMITTED TO: PROF. JENSEN MAÑEBOG INTRODUCTION Apolinario dela Cruz, popularly known as Hermano Pule was born on july 22, 1815 in Barrio Pandac, Lucban, Tayabas...

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  • Why I Don't Speak in English

    Why I don’t speak in English BY: EISSEN LORENZ D. ROS III-PATIENCE For as Filipinos, English is our second language and it’s the nationwide used language. We’re learning the English language to improve our communication skills but does the school need to force the student to speak the English language...

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  • The Filipino Youth

    Reaction Paper: “To the Filipino Youth” and Today’s Youth “To the Filipino Youth” by Dr. Jose P. Rizal: The poem “To the Filipino Youth” by Dr. Jose Rizal is a message primarily to tell the importance of one’s love and appreciation to his dialect or language, for it is the bridge and intermediary...

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  • Why Insist on Asian Flavor?

    insist on an Asian flavour? Long. Unhip. Boring. These are the typical things that an individual would expect about the articles / essays / in-depth discussions about History specifically about World History and Hispanic Times / Era. Of course, it takes a lot of patience, understanding and an open-mind...

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  • The Way of Volunteerism

    ESSAY IS FOR VIEWING PURPOSES ONLY YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO REPRODUCE OR COPY IN ANY FORM OR MEANS ------------------------------------ Feature Article Writing The Way of Volunteerism Have you heard of the song Antukin by Rico Blanco? The chorus goes: “Kung ayaw may dahilan Kung...

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  • Veneration Without Understanding: My Analysis

    national hero. “Veneration Without Understanding” by Renato Constantino is not just a simple article (or essay) about Rizal. It is a much deeper analysis of the real story behind his being a national hero, the aspects that contributed to such recognition, his condemnation of the revolution, and other...

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  • Discrimination

    Incarnate Word (UIW) due to the misuse of an English-Only rule. In Texas, the 18 Hispanic workers who were involved in the class action suit testified to being harassed and bullied over ten years. Their crime deserving of pervasive harassment was speaking Spanish on breaks and during lunch. The EEOC does what...

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  • Being Gay

    Being Gay: What the Filipino Parents Should Understand About the LGBT About 3 days ago, I have read an article in the Philippine Star advising parents on what to do when they have a gay child. It was written by a local journalist, Tintin Bersola-Babao according to her interview with a “noted psychologist...

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  • Calilung

    have is Mr. Roilinguel P. Calilung. Mr. Calilung, or Roi, as he prefers to be called, was born on the 31st of January 1987 at Lubao, Pampanga by his proud parents Mr. Rogelio Calilung and Mrs. Melinda Calilung. He gladly shares to us that his parents’ fruitful marriage had been a result of love-at-first-sight...

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  • On the Concept of National Community

    National Community by Cesar Adib Majul simply discusses about Dr. Jose Rizal’s analysis in his community during his time and his analysis about it too. The piece mainly discusses about the basic defects that can be observed, that is traceable to the Filipinos. First, the defects of their educational training...

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  • Imc Case # 1

    Philippines is a country with so much potentials, yet entangled in poverty and corruption. Filipinos have the innate God-given assets and opportunities; possess the value of hard work that intensifies their personality as Filipinos; have the resilient attitude that made them withstand the obstacles of life; and...

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  • Book Review

    getting about two weeks off from the university before another one starts. I'm going to catch up on my reading list, I've fallen way behind schedule. Haha! Anyway, one of my courses this semester was PI 100 or the "Rizal" course. As one of our final requirements, we were required to submit an essay on Ambeth...

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  • Rizal

    Jose Rizal's Mother who told him about the story of the moth. One night, her mother noticed that Rizal was not paying any more attention to what she is saying. As she was staring at Rizal, then he was staring at the moth flying around the lamp. Then she told Rizal about the story related to it. There was...

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  • Alab Koop

    colonization. Two Filipino nationalists clearly point out some of these errors – We have become a nation of cynics whose highest delight is to bash our cultural dignity by downgrading our traditional values and extolling the virtues of the west. ( Felipe L. Jocano, 1992, p.13) The Filipino must think...

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  • Ten things you dont know about Jose Rizal

    10 Things You Didn’t Know About Jose Rizal One of two self-portraits (the first was lost, presumably destroyed during the war). This one shows Rizal at age 26, which was given to his friend Ferdinand Blumentritt. Rizal was a penny-pincher. As chronicled in Ambeth Ocampo’s Rizal Without the Overcoat...

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  • Filipino Psychology

    JRank Bottom of Form Countries and Their Cultures Countries and Their Cultures » No-Sa » Culture of The Philippines The Philippines Culture Name Filipino Orientation Identification. The Republic of the Philippines was named the Filipinas to honor King Philip the Second of Spain in 1543. The Philippine...

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