• Text Lingos
    with unlimited texting, that made the consumers more dependent on it. Anywhere in the world, especially Philippines, people went gaga on texting. In today¡¦s era, text messaging is becoming a habit, people are now getting accustomed to it. The large populations of the texters are the students; may it...
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  • Jose Rizal's Resume
    Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda JOB OBJECTIVES: To contribute to the nationalism and patriotism of the Filipino people; to inspire the Filipino youth of today. PERSONAL IDENTITY: Sex: Male Place/Date of Birth: Calamba, Laguna/ June 19,1861 Religion: Roman Catholic  ...
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  • Historical Context and Legal Basis of Rizal Day and Other Memorials in Honor of Jose Rizal
    30 as a sign of mourning. On December 30, 1898, Filipinos celebrated Rizal Day for the first time and chose Club Filipino in Manila to be the venue.  The Americans, to win the sympathy of the Filipinos, and to convince them that they were pro-Filipinos more than the Spaniards, gave Rizal official recognition...
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  • Difficulties in Reading; Language Aspect
    education would not be left behind .We should always believe in the huge potential of the youth and the unquestionable power to transform the future. We must believe that we must always strive to provide the youth with the best opportunities for them to develop and realize their God-given knowledge, skills...
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  • Rh Bill
    Philippines today. The bill consists of 34 total sections of which is mainly composed of topics that address the issues of family planning, maternal and child health as well as reproductive and sexual conditions.The RH Bill aims to uplift the reproductive health standards of the Filipino community by...
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  • Filipino Adolescents in Changing Times*
    action requirements of the RH framework and an insufficiency of current and relevant data on many aspects of the reproductive health situation of Filipino women and men of various ages and socio-economic status. Serious data gaps exist in the areas of adolescent sexuality, greater male involvement...
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  • letter for the disagreement of rizal law's abolishment
    will not comply will be punished. This was the time when Filipinos were Americanized. Their sense of patriotism and nationalism was barely seen. Philippines relied too much to United States’ support. Through the implementation of this law, Filipinos would be able to realize that they were only following...
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  • Kime
    consequences of the said bill. They must perform further researches so that they are sure that it will help the youth and not to destroy them. What is the number one problem of the Philippines today? POVERTY. yes, a huge percent of our population is experiencing poverty, kids not going to school, people not...
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  • Zzzzz Docu Analysis
    simply because it truly applies to Filipinos nowadays. It can be stated through daily observations that the issue of poverty is dominant to many families in the country. What have you decided your audience to be? Due to this issue present in our time today, I have decided that the people who...
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  • El Fili Chapters 11-20
    together with his advisers and some friars. After a long and rather intellectual game of cards, the governor opens a discussion regarding the plan of the youth to put up a Spanish academy and requests his advisers to express their opinions regarding the matter. Because of the men's opposing views, no decision...
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  • Youth: Empowered Stewards of Our Natio
    Youth: Empowered Stewards of our Nation A hero once said, “The youth is the hope of our nation.” When we look at this quotation, it simply means that our future solely depends on our younger generations in the upcoming years. The youth of today really plays a vital and influential part in our society...
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  • Footnote to Youth
    Critical Analysis for Footnote to Youth Many parents today are not in favor of early marriage, this is because they know that married life is difficult. It’s true that most of the teenagers today who got married are experiencing hardships in life. Footnote to youth is the title of the story. It is...
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  • rizal a hero
    pragmatic status quo where textbooks teach us at early ages to appreciate the events that truly mattered in the development of history, no one of the Filipino blood could turn his back on Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Throughout my academic journey in school, my knowledge about him consistently evolves. If before,...
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  • Reproductive Health Bill
    economic problem of population. We cannot deny that the Filipino community mostly constitutes the youth. We see that the Filipino families mostly comprise of four to six children especially for families within the poverty line, where most Filipinos are. RH Bill wants to control this phenomena in our country...
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  • Bilingualism
    direction. The policy aims to improve learning to achieve quality education, to propagate, cultivate, develop and elaborate our national language, Filipino. In the policy, it was stated that in the elementary years, the teachers will teach the children using Tagalog and when they reach to secondary years...
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  • Reproductive Health Bill
    are the one who often get in caught in problems like early pregnancy. Parents, you have the greatest responsibility in the wellbeing of the youth. Open your hands, lend your ears and nurture them with pieces of advice. Water them with love; pull off the hindrances of their development. Be the...
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  • Christ: Model of Today's Youth
    Kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these” (Matthew 19:14 NIV) Every one of us knows Jesus Christ but did you know that Christ is the model of Today’s Youth? Without any doubt He is the unique personality of all time a man who changed the course of history so dramatically that almost nothing is untouched...
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  • Essay of Rizal
    both recognition and somehow humiliation. 12. A Filipinas 13. Consejo De Los Dioses 14. Beside the Pasig 15. To the Filipino Youth 16. Through Education our Motherland receives light V. Four (4) reasons for the recommendation of the absolute prohibition, importation...
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  • Philippine Elections
    Elections: through the years, the youth has been strategically and sometimes corruptly used for electoral purposes from campaign ads to solicitations to school events and even during graduation ceremonies exploiting our national hero, Jose Rizal’s famous line, “The youth is the hope of our Fatherland.”...
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  • Paper Works
    by: CALING, Michael Allan M. _______ ------ ------- _____ March 2, 2011 GAWAD KALINGA Gawad Kalinga (GK), which means to "give care" in Filipino, is officially known as the Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, a Philippine-based poverty alleviation and nation-building movement. ...
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