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  • 1. HYMN TO LABORFor the Motherland in war,For the Motherland in peace,Will the Filipino keep watch,He will live until life will cease!
  • 2. HYMN TO LABOR MEN:Now the East is glowing with light,Go! To the field to till the land,For the labor of man sustainsFam’ly, home and Motherland.Hard the land may turn to be,Scorching the rays of the sun above. . .For the country, wife and childrenAll will be easy to our love.
  • 3. HYMN TO LABOR (Chorus) WIVES:Go to work with spirits high,For the wife keeps home faithfully,Inculcates love in her childrenFor virtue, knowledge and country.When the evening brings repose,Oh returning joy awaits you,And if fate is adverse, the wife,Shall know the task to continue.
  • 4. HYMN TO LABOR (Chorus) MAIDENS:Hail! Hail! Praise to labor,Of the country wealth and vigor!For its brow serene’s exalted,It’s her blood, life and ardor,If some youth would show his loveLabor his faith will sustain:Only a man who struggles and worksWill his offspring know to maintain.
  • 5. HYMN TO LABOR (Chorus) CHILDREN:Teach us ye the laborious workTo pursue your footsteps we wish,For tomorrow when country calls usWe may be able your task to finish.And on seeing us the elders will say:“Look, they’re worthy of their sires of yore!Incense does not honor the deadAs does a son with glory and valor.
  • 6. BACKGROUND • SA AKING MGA KABATAWHAT • IMPORTANCE OF A LANGUAGE • 1869WHEN • RIZAL WAS AGED 8 • CALAMBA, LAGUNAWHERE • Published in the book of Herminigildo Cruz
  • 7. PHILIPPINE STATUS 7,107 ISLANDS 17 REGIONS 111 DIALECTS
  • 8. ARCHIPELAGO• -Numerous lands • -Surrounded by bodies of water FRAGMENTED NATION• -Islands are separated by bodies of water • - Regionalization FILIPINOPEOPLE• 98 million• -Different cultures• -Different dialects
  • 9. EFFECT OF THE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY • ETHNOCENTRISM • DISUNITED PEOPLE • LANGUAGE & DIALECT differences that resulted to: • MISUNDERSTANDING • LACK OF NATIONALISM
  • 10. POEMANALYSIS
  • 11. Sa Aking Mga KababataKapagka ang bayay sadyang umiibig Sa kanyang salitang kaloob ng langit, Sanglang kalayaan nasa ring masapit Katulad ng ibong nasa himpapawid.
  • 12. Sa Aking Mga KababataPagkat ang salitay isang kahatulan Sa bayan, sa nayot mga kaharian, At ang isang taoy katulad, kabagay Ng alin mang likha noong kalayaan.
  • 13. Sa Aking Mga KababataAng hindi magmahal sa kanyang salita Mahigit sa hayop at malansang isda, Kaya ang marapat pagyamaning kusa Na tulad sa inang tunay na nagpala.
  • 14. Sa Aking Mga KababataAng wikang Tagalog tulad din sa Latin Sa Ingles, Kastila at salitang anghel, Sapagkat ang Poong maalam tumingin Ang siyang naggawad, nagbigay sa atin.
  • 15. Sa Aking Mga KababataAng salita natiy huwad din sa iba Na may alfabeto at sariling letra, Na kaya nawalay dinatnan ng sigwa Ang lunday sa lawa noong dakong una.
  • 16. LEARNING CONCEPTS LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUAGE AS A GIFT AS A As a vehicle to AS A FREEDOM FINAL FROM MIRROR JUDGE GOD
  • 17. IMPORTANCE OF A LANGUAGE • Language is HUMAN SPEECH either SPOKEN or WRITTEN and/or through gestures and signs • Most common system of communication • Connects people
  • 18. messages*IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY THAT MATTERS… IT IS H0W YOU SAY IT*NO HUMAN CAN PERFECTLY CONTROL THE TONGUE
  • 19. • YOUR SPEECH ISACTUALLY A WINDOW INTO THE INNERPERSON, REVEALINGWHO YOU REALLY ARE
  • 20. • WORDS BEGIN AS THOUGHTS… IN ORDER TO IMPROVE WHAT YOU SAY… YOU NEED TO IMPROVE WHAT YOU THINK• WHAT WE SAY AFFECTS OUR REPUTATION
  • 21. Whoever knows not how to Love his native tongue;Is worse than any beast or evil smelling fish;
  • 22. SONG by FLORANTE • Ako’y isang Pinoy , sa puso’t diwa Pinoy na isinilang sa ating bansa Ako’y hindi sanay sa wikang banyaga Ako’y Pinoy na mayroong sariling wika CHORUS Wikang pambansa, ang gamit Kong salita Bayan kong sinilangan Hangad ko lagi ang KALAYAAAN Si Gat Jose Rizal, nu’oy nagwika Siya ay nagpangaral sa ating bansa ANG HINDI raw MAGMAHAL SA SARILING WIKA AY HIGIT PA SA AMOY NG MALANSANG ISDA
  • 23. ISSUES & CONCERNS• HOUSE BILL 4701Provision : MANDATORY USE OF ENGLISH as the medium of instruction in all schools starting SY 2007-2008Authors : Eduardo Gullas, Raul del Mar, Luis Villafuerte, Alipio Badelles
  • 24. HOUSE BILL 4701 • Supersedes the BILINGUAL POLICY • UP - Filipino as medium of instruction • ELEM – Vernacular dialect (gr. 1 – 3) • UC – adopts HB 4701 • Globally competitive • English speaking zone
  • 25. ACTIVITY• JOSE RIZAL – LINGUIST & POLYGOT• TRANSLATION ACTIVITY