PAMAMARAAN SA PANUNURI
NG ISYU

By: Gina T. Agtas
PAMAMARAAN SA PANUNURI NG ISYU
1.

2.

Bago –Pasiyentipikong
Pamamaraan (pre- scientific
approach) at konserbatibong
persp...
 Odysseus

easily gets
Polyphemus
drunk, blinds him, and
escapes by riding
underneath the rams
that the blinded giant
tur...
FLOWER
MYTHS:

NARCISSUS, HY
ACINTH, ADONIS
NARCISSUS
 Glowing

purple and

silver.
 While

in the
wilderness
Persephone spied the
beautiful flower and
went toward ...
ANOTHER SIDE OF THE COIN
Narcissus
A

hero
 A beautiful lad
 All the girls who
saw him longed
to be his.
 Scorner of l...
ECHO


Artemis favorite



Lovely maiden punished
by Hera



Cannot use her tongue
except to repeat what
was said to he...


Nemesis grant the prayer of
one of the desperate
maiden “may he who loves
not others love himself”



Narcissus saw hi...
HYACINTH

 Lily

shaped

 Deep

purple

 Splendid

crimson
THE STORY BEHIND HYACINTH
The festival of hyacinthus
That lasts throughout the
tranquil night,
In a contest with Apollo
He...
ADONIS


Aphrodite loved Adonis and
carried to Perssephone to take
charge of him for her.



But Persephone loved Adonis...
 Zeus

decided that
Adonis spent time
with Persephone
during autumn
and winter while
with Aphrodite
during spring and
sum...


One sad day, when Adonis was with
Aphrodite in the forest, he met a wild
boar, he hurled his spear at it but he
only wo...
the end.
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  1. 1. PAMAMARAAN SA PANUNURI NG ISYU By: Gina T. Agtas
  2. 2. PAMAMARAAN SA PANUNURI NG ISYU 1. 2. Bago –Pasiyentipikong Pamamaraan (pre- scientific approach) at konserbatibong perspektibong panlipunan sa natatangi ng pangyayari. Siyentipikong pamamaraan at perspektibo.
  3. 3.  Odysseus easily gets Polyphemus drunk, blinds him, and escapes by riding underneath the rams that the blinded giant turns out to graze in the morning.  They left polyphemus blinded on the shore.
  4. 4. FLOWER MYTHS: NARCISSUS, HY ACINTH, ADONIS
  5. 5. NARCISSUS  Glowing purple and silver.  While in the wilderness Persephone spied the beautiful flower and went toward it. This was the time when hades kidnapped her.
  6. 6. ANOTHER SIDE OF THE COIN Narcissus A hero  A beautiful lad  All the girls who saw him longed to be his.  Scorner of love
  7. 7. ECHO  Artemis favorite  Lovely maiden punished by Hera  Cannot use her tongue except to repeat what was said to her.  Desperate maiden who longed for Narcissus.
  8. 8.  Nemesis grant the prayer of one of the desperate maiden “may he who loves not others love himself”  Narcissus saw his reflection on the pool and fell in love with it.  He died there. The nymps wanted to give him burial but can’t find him.  Instead they saw beautiful flower and named it after him.
  9. 9. HYACINTH  Lily shaped  Deep purple  Splendid crimson
  10. 10. THE STORY BEHIND HYACINTH The festival of hyacinthus That lasts throughout the tranquil night, In a contest with Apollo He was slain, Discus throwing they competed, And the god’s swift cast Sped beyond the goal he aimed at.
  11. 11. ADONIS  Aphrodite loved Adonis and carried to Perssephone to take charge of him for her.  But Persephone loved Adonis as well, and would not give Adonis back to Aphrodite.  Zeus decided that Adonis spent time with Persephone during autumn and winter while with Aphrodite during spring and summer.
  12. 12.  Zeus decided that Adonis spent time with Persephone during autumn and winter while with Aphrodite during spring and summer.
  13. 13.  One sad day, when Adonis was with Aphrodite in the forest, he met a wild boar, he hurled his spear at it but he only wounded it,  The angry boar rushed at him gored him with its great tusks, the reason for his death.  His blood turned the grass green and bloom a beautiful flower, ADONIS.
  14. 14. the end.

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