• Rondalla's Struggle to Past Until Present
    Spaniards first introduced the guitar to the Filipinos, they, the Filipinos, grew an interest in learning how to play a guitar. The Spaniards then introduced Rondalla and made a Rondalla group composed of Filipinos. Not for long, the Filipinos, especially the youth, were very eager to be a member...
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  • Reproductive Health Bill
    youth and the future of this country. Ladies and gentlemen, I may not be a national hero. I may not be a national leader or someone with great social standing. I am just an average Filipino citizen. I am here, my fellow Filipinos, in front of you, as rhetoric medium, as a catalyst of change, as...
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  • Philippine Literature
    hands of some publishers or printers who took interest in printing the manuscripts of the ancient Filipinos. The Spaniards who came to the Philippines tried to prove that our ancestors were really fond of poetry, songs, stories, riddles and proverbs which we still enjoy today and which serve to...
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  • Paper Works
    . We are setting up sustainable food programs in every impoverished community and bringing together concerned partners from the government, universities, corporations, and the youth to share their time, resources and expertise to the community to make sure that every Filipino family will never have...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    here. Rizal predicted that if there is any other colonizer of the Philippines in the future, it would be the US.   6. A LA JUVENTUD FILIPINA (To the Filipino Youth). A poem Rizal dedicated to the Filipino youth studying at UST.   7. EL CONSEJO DE LES DIOSES (The Council of the Gods). An...
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  • Footnote to Youth
    is said that it is a footnote to youth because it is a brief reminder for the Filipinos especially the youth of what a real life could be today. It also indicates the sources or the causes why youth act this way. It furthermore adds comment, whether it is a positive or negative, on today’s...
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  • rizal a hero
    privilege and a challenge at the same time. When Rizal wrote Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, I know he believed that it’s never too late for the change that he believed in. Today, a fifteen-year old lad had the guts to write this. Parallelism says the hero of the past and the youth of today...
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  • Hoho
    average Pinoy teen also highly values family, religion, and education. This image of the Filipino teen is revealed in “The TRU Study: 2011 Philippines Teen Edition" which was released Thursday by global youth research organization TRU (Teens Research Unlimited), a company under custom market...
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  • Zzzzz Docu Analysis
    really accurate 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...
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  • Rh Bill
    solution to lessen the country’s underemployment and booming population? We all have our different opinions. But if ever this Reproductive Health Bill be passed, let us just hope and pray that we have armed our children the right and concrete principles of Christianity and moral values. For this is our only way to keep the dignity and purity of our Filipino youth....
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  • Philippine Elections
    that greatly affect most of the Filipinos prior to this year’s selection of our next leaders. There is progress in the decision-making mechanism of the youth as to what organizations to join, whom to support, and up to what extent do we allow ourselves to be used by aspiring candidates to become...
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  • Science
    A case study about the social learning development of out of school youth. Chapter I Problem and its Background Introduction Human development is the pattern of movement or change that begins at conception and continues through the life span...
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  • Thesis Paper
    Roman Catholic Children? 4. How can Opus Dei bring about better spiritual life to the Filipino youth? Limitations of the Study This study recognizes that Opus Dei is an international organization, which means that it also has establishments in different countries around the world. This study...
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  • Text Lingos
    of the world. ¡§Interactive tools such as the internet and the mobile phone, instruments of such fascination and widespread use among today¡¦s Filipino youth and professionals.¡¨ (Philippine Journal of Psychology, 2003). The use of such technologies have penetrated the norms of the human beings...
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  • Rh Bill
    “the 12th most populous nation in the world today”, that the Filipino women’s fertility rate is “at the upper bracket of 206 countries.” It states that studies and surveys show “that the Filipinos are responsive to having smaller-sized families through free choice of family planning methods.” It...
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  • Folk Dances: the Lost Prestige of Philippine Culture
    culture. The inheritance of these dances, that shows nationalism to the country, soon became part of our culture but the development of dances brought a dilemma that made Filipinos neglect folk dances. Through the research, it can be concluded that: folk dancing today are being forgotten by the...
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  • Development of Dance and Music in the Philippines
    which we still enjoy until today and which serve to show descendants the true Filipino culture. Pre-Spanish literature is characterized by Legends, Folk tales, Epics, Folk Songs, and Epigrams/Riddles/Chants/Proverbs & Sayings. Spanish Period (1565-1872) At this regime, Philippine literature...
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  • Essence of Sainthood
    his life for God even at an early age, is the perfect example of selfless love especially to the generation of youth today.” He said. Vidal encourages Filipinos to be good citizens and that they should not be any duality where people are “Good Christians, but bad citizens”. He said that they should...
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  • Philippine Literature
      hands of some publishers  or printers who took  interest in printing  the manuscripts of the  ancient Filipinos.       The  Spaniards who came to  the Philippines tried  to prove that our  ancestors were really  fond of poetry, songs,  stories, riddles and  proverbs which we still  enjoy today and...
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  • K to 12
    give Filipino students practical skills to gain employment after graduation – a key component in tackling the high youth unemployment rate in the Philippines. III STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The major problems to be addressed in this study are: Is The Enhanced Basic Education...
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