• Chemistry
    undergone a lot of modifications. The table however, was so designed that there was scope to fit in new elements which were yet to be discovered then. Filipino Chemists and their Contributions Alfredo Santos – is a National Scientist born on August 15, 1900, who devoted his life and career on the study...
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  • The Day After Tomorrow Reaction Paper
    own sculpture and make an assemblage from available and seemingly useless trash and discards. Monument of San Lorenzo Ruiz de Manila - the first Filipino saint, seen in Binondo Plaza, Manila. 155 MODULE 7 GRADE 7 ART LEARNING At the end of this module, you are expected to:  understand...
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  • Ssip
    Genetics and Tissue Culture Lab. The student-interns worked on plant tissue culture, DNA extraction and tried to identify the best variety of rice samples by conducting a sensory test which is a survey type of research. The result of the Summer Science Internship Program is really good and it is now an...
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  • Sampling Techniques and Data Analysis
    determine the sample size if the population is very large. For instance, if a researcher wants to find the average IQ of Filipino children aged 5 to 7 years in the rural areas and he has only a few months to spend for collecting data, sampling is allowed to save time and money. To compute for the sample size...
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  • Courting
    serenading, known to the as tapat (literally, "to be in front of" the home of the courted woman), which is similar to the harana and also to the balagtasan of the Tagalogs. The suitor begins singing a romantic song, then the courted lady responds by singing too. Rooster courtship is also another form...
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  • Essay
    million hectares in 1990 from 30 million hectares in 1930. At the same time, the forest-to-man ratio shrank to 0.1 hectare per Filipino in 1990 from 1.13 hectares per Filipino in 1930. By 1996, experts claimed that only 1.8 million to 2.4 million hectares or 6 to 8 percent of original vegetation were...
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  • Organizational Behavipr
    Agoncillo (November 9, 1912 – January 14, 1985) was a 20th-century Filipino historian. He and his contemporary Renato Constantino were among the first Filipino historians renowned for promoting a distinctly nationalist point of view of Filipino history (nationalist historiography). He was also an essayist and...
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  • xtina
    she dances, balancing on her head a bowl with rice or a bowl with candles or a karis, while brandishing the palm leaves or two porcelain bowls or a piece of cloth in her two hands, as she is followed by an assistant. To the continued beating of the gongs, the babalyan may then shake the palm leaves...
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  • A Business Plan Executive Summary
    References……………………………………………………………………………………….   Executive Summary The group, through their serendipity walk, discovered the huge popularity of chicken products among Filipinos. This prompted them to create a product that would cater to such demand. As a result, the group will put up a business offering chicken lollipops...
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  • My Essay
    Music of the Southern Philippines Panpipes (Philippine) Bamboo Organ Names of Individual Kulintang Gongs Philippine Music Samples Bahaghari Kalidrum Samahang Manlilikha Filipino Martial Arts Digest is published and distributed by: FMAdigest 1297 Eider Circle Fallon, Nevada 89406 Visit us on the...
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  • dasdas
    adhered to by Filipinos in other different regions of the Philippine archipelago. In the island of Luzon, the Ilocanos also perform serenading, known to them as tapat[6] (literally, "to be in front of" the home of the courted woman), which is similar to the harana[4] and also to the balagtasan of the Tagalogs...
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  • Philippine Literature: Chapter 5 (The American Regime)
    Historical Background The Filipino Revolutionists won against the Spaniards who colonized us for more than 300 years. Our flag was hoisted on June 12, 1898 as a symbol of our independence. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was elected the first President of the Philippine Republic but this was...
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  • american regime
    introduction of free public instruction and the use of English as a Lingua Franca in all levels of education in public schools. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The Filipino revolutionist won against the Spaniards who colonized Philippines for more than 300 years. The Philippine flag was hoisted on June 12,1898 as a symbol...
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  • Paper
    sa Liwayway noong 1922. Nag-ambag din siya ng mga tula sa Taliba, Ang Mithi, Bagong Lipang Kalabaw, at Sampaguita. Siya ang kinilalang “Hari ng Balagtasan”, matapos manalo laban sa kanyang pangunahing katunggali na si Florentino T. Collantes. Naganap ang kanilang pagtutunggali sa pagtitipon ng mga manunulat...
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  • Philippine Literature
    million). Terrain: Islands, 65% mountainous, with narrow coastal lowlands. Climate: Tropical, astride typhoon belt. People Nationality: Noun--Filipino(s). Adjective--Philippine. Population (2009 estimate): 92.2 million. Annual growth rate (2007 estimate): 2.04%. Ethnic groups: Malay, Chinese. ...
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  • Spanish Writers in the Philippines
    best poem in praise of the hero of Bagumbayan. FERNANDO MA. GUERRERO-It is believed that Fernando Ma. Guerrero shared with Apostol the reign in the balagtasan in Spanish during their time. In his debate with Balmori, he was more attractive to the public because of the modious words he used. He defended...
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  • Food in Philippines
    500 years due to the influence of the trading partners and Country of Occupation. The name of the dish tells you the origin. Traditional and real Filipino foods sit alongside Chinese adaptions and Spanish/Mexican introductions to give foods like adobo, dinuguan, ginataan, sisig, turon, puto, bopis, papaitan...
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  • Smart Card
    cheating and the like. These do not reflect the true will of the Filipino people, thus, a gross violation of the right to suffrage. According to the Commission on Human Rights Advisory,(2004), all these infringe, on the right of Filipino to self-determination. It affects the credibility of the whole democratic...
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  • Statistic Research Paper
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The researchers of this study would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the following people who made this study possible: The sample of 100 respondents, who excellently answers the survey questions for their time and knowledge; The researcher’s parents, for their unconditional...
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  • Feasibility Study
    things to be proud of, for the Filipinos are renowned all over the world for creativity. While being creative is not an exclusive trait possessed only by Filipinos, what make them distinct are the artistry, expressiveness, spontaneity, and humor that altogether define Filipino creativity. As millions of...
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