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  • Culture, Geography, and Economy of the Philippines Team Ronald Ryan Dagpin
  • Geography
    • Very Mountainous
    • Plains Near Coast
    • More Than 7,000 Islands
    • Mountain Ranges Include: Sierra Madre Mts, Cordilla Central Mts, and many more
    • Place called Chocolate Hills
    Samantha
  • Natural Resources
    • Tropical Fruits
    • Valuable Metals
    • Timber
    • Vegetables
    • Rice
    • Sugar + Salt
    Courtney
  • Family
    • Ronald Ryan Dagpin (29)
    • Wife (?)
    • Two Children (Both School-aged)
    Samantha COOL FACT! The population of the Philippines is about 98,000,000
  • Language
    • Filipino/Tagalog
    • Spanish
    • Taglish
    • English for commercial government purposes
    Courtney Hello-mabuhay (mah-BOO-hay) How are you?-Kumusta ka? (koo-moos-TAH-kah) Thank you-salamat (sa-LAH-mat) No-hindi (hin-DIH) Yes-oo (oh-OO) Good-bye-mabuti-bye (ma-BOO-tee bi)
  • Recreation
    • Arnis
    • Sipa
    • Soccer
    • Basketball
    Samantha
  • Tools
    • Large Nets (Fishing)
    • Palm Leaves/Bamboo Slats for Paper
    • Use Strong Poles to Protect Homes from Flooding
    Courtney
  • Arts
    • Weaving
    • Pottery
    • Unique Folk Dances
    Samantha
  • Shelter
    • City-Big Houses like USA
    • Rural-Huts, thatched roofs
    • Sometimes build own houses by themselves
    Courtney
  • Food
    • Rice is Main Food
    • Chicken and Pork Adobo (Casserole)
    • Adobong Gulay (Eggplant stewed in vinegar and soy sauce)
    Samantha
  • Shared Ideas
    • Education-Important
    • Family-Important
    • Tradition-Important
    Courtney
  • Education
    • Start age 4, stop age 17
    • School goes from June to March. April and May are summer vacation
    • Learn: Social Studies, Math, Science, Filipino, and English
    Samantha
  • Religion
    • Christianity (90%)
    • Combination of Catholic, Spanish, Filipino, Christianity, and Buddhism
    • Catholics have social and political rights
    Courtney
  • Government
    • Chief of State-Benigno S.Aquino III
    • Independence Day, June 12 th , 1898
    • National Anthem-Lupang Hinirang
    • Anthem Name literally means anthem
    • Has same form of government as us
    • Granted independence from Spain
    Samantha
  • Beliefs
    • Education is Important
    • Great Strength and Stability Comes from Family
    • Children are Gifts from God
    Courtney
  • Customs
    • 2 New Years, Chinese and Filipino
    • Family Businesses (Not Just Alone)
    • Remove shoes before entering shows respect
    Samantha
  • Values
    • Education
    • Family
    • Strong Religion
    • High Self-Esteem
    Courtney
  • Economy
    • Sales Tax-5%
    • Measured in PHP’s (Philippines Peso)
    • $1=43.20 PHP
    • GDP (Gross Domestic Product) $188.7 billion or 8,000,000,000,000 PHP
    • Unemployment rate 7.3%
    Samantha
  • Work
    • General Store
    • Farmer
    • Lawyer
    • Fisher
    • Entrepreneur owns food stall
    Courtney
  • Clothes
    • Traditional Clothing:
    • Men-Barong Tagalog
    • Women-Heavily Starched Terno or Balintawak
    • Marawians wear traditionally Malongs
    • Usually wear normal clothes
    Barong Tagalog Terno Malongs Samantha Balintawak
  • THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!
  • Bibliography
    • Clip Art
    • http://www.seasite.niu.edu/tagalog/cynthia/costumes/barong_tagalog.htm
    • http:// www.seasite.niu.edu/tagalog/cynthia/costumes/terno.htm
    • http:// www.danceanddance.com/Dance_styles_review.php?Dance_style =267
    • http:// www.dumb.com /god/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/84916700@N00/3321537029/