• My Essay
    Publisher Steven K. Dowd Contributing Writers Hans Brandeis Corazon Canave-Dioquino Zonia Elvas Velasco Philip Dominguez Mercurio Crisouli Tsaglis Peachie Baron Saguin Contents Publishers Desk Introduction Musical Instruments of the Bukidnon of Mindanao Philippine Music Instruments...
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  • K to 12 Curriculum
    history and culture of the area. * analyzes the relationship of functions of Philippine music from Mindanao to the lives of the people. * sings accurately representative Philippine songs from Mindanao, alone and/or with others. * performs on available instruments music from Mindanao...
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  • Badjao Beggars
    THE POSSIBILITY OF ETHNOGENESIS OF THE BADJAO IN BARANGAY TAMBACAN, ILIGAN CITY Artchil C. Daug, Christopher O. Kimilat , Glory Grace Ann G. Bayon & Angenel Clariz D. Rufon Department of History Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology ABSTRACT The Badjao, who are considered...
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  • The Effects of Studying Away from Home in the Academic Performance of Political Science Students of Wmsu
    information can serve as a resource material for future researchers who may wish to expand it. The study provides the respondents with the opportunity to voice out their perceptions when it comes to the management of their studies. Likewise, this study can serve as an instrument for the school to...
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  • Mnlf
    , Yakan,Maranao, Maguindanao, Iranun, Kalibugan, Kalagan, Sangil, Palawani, Molbog, and Jamamapun. In the 2000 Philippine census, Islam was given as the religious affiliation by 20.44% of the population of Mindanao, all in all approximately 3.7 million persons (National Statistics Office Manila...
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  • Interest in English Language and the Proficiency in Grammar of First Year College Students of The University of Mindanao
    INTEREST IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND PROFICIENCY IN GRAMMAR OF FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO The University of Mindanao A Thesis...
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  • Jhe Bah
    ng Pilipinas? a. Pagkakaisa ng mga bansa b. Jose, Andres at Apolinario c. Luzon, Visayas at Mindanao 9. Sino ang naglapat ng titik ng ating Pambansang Awit? a. Jose Palma b. Julian Felipe c. Ryan Cayabyab 10. Ito ay sumasagisag sa tibay at tatag ng loob ng mga Pilipino...
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  • Saqqwq
    entity form the stockholders and management (Owusu-Ansah, 2007) The environmental disclosure of publicly-listed corporations is directly or indirectly underscored in the preceding literature, hence, their addition in the study. These readings provided the researchers a comprehensible picture of why...
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  • Region 9
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/38744323/Subanon-Tales-and-Oral-History The Subanon, also called “Subanu,” “Subano,” “Subanen,” are the biggest group of lumad or non-Muslim indigenous cultural community on the island of Mindanao. The word is derived from the word soba or suba, a word common in...
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  • The Turttle and the Monkey
    of traditional sports, games and dances. Traditional games from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao of the Philippines and foreign TSG’s will be presented and participated by the delegates. GREETINGS!!! It is with great pleasure that I extend my warmest welcome...
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  • History
    using picture signs Papyrus – paper made from the seed of a plant |Historical Data | |Written |Unwritten | |Laws |Human remains...
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  • Guide
    respects. Outside this central region, the picture is more variable. One notable feature is that Mindanao does not emerge as a notably infrastructure-deficient region by Philippine standards, reflecting the region’s high priority status both with the government and the donor community. (Table 5 about...
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  • Narrative Report
    INTRODUCTION Education is the greatest weapon we can use to attain success. For this reason the Central Mindanao University provides high standard of education to the student that can be used in exploring the competitive and huge application of the technology we have. By conducting the educational...
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  • Subanon Folk Literature
    SUBANON (The People of the River) The Subanon, also called the “Subanu,” “Subano,” “Subanen” are the biggest group of lumad or non Muslim indigenous cultural community on the island of Mindanao. The word is derived from word soba or suba, a word common in Sulu, Visayas, and Mindanao...
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  • Rose
    world. Picture 1 The Aerial View Perspective of the With Green T[h]ree Forestry Research Center Owed to its volcanic nature, Philippine soil is very fertile. Abundant rain and sunshine, as well as the wide range of habitats and elevations account for an incredible variety of plant life in every...
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  • Phillipines Essay
     peoples of Mindanao such as the B'laan, Mandaya, Mansaka and T'boli are skilled in the art of dyeing abaca fiber. Abaca is a plant closely related to bananas, and its leaves are used to make fiber known as Manila hemp. The fiber is dyed by a method called ikat. Ikat fiber are woven into cloth with...
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  • Philippine Trivia 2012
    dormant volcano found in Mindanao, | |at 2,954 meters (9,689 feet). Mt. Pulog in Luzon is the second highest at 2,928 meters (9604 feet...
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  • Cultures
    . Their weaving can also be identified by beaded ornamentation. Other peoples such as the Ilongot make jewelry from pearl, red hornbill beaks, plants, and metals. The Lumad peoples of Mindanao such as the B'laan, Mandaya, Mansaka and T'boli are skilled in the art of dyeing abaca fiber.Abaca is a plant...
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  • Mandaya Weaving
    develop in our research. ICBM LSL HJBE Abstract Mandaya is one of the most famous tribes in Mindanao. They are widely known for their weaving as this served as their trademark practice. It was known in this study that for many generations the Mandaya has...
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  • Land and Air Navigation
    about our field trip or tour on (CAAP) Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines located at Lumbia Airport also known as Cagayan de Oro Airport, is a major domestic airport serving the general areas of Cagayan de Oro City and Northern Mindanao region, located in the province of Misamis Oriental in...
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