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Region 6 Western Visayas

  1. 1.  Panayanon literature their major languages are Hiligaynon, Akeanon, and Kinaray-a
  2. 2.  Hiligaynon refers to the Ilonggo people, which inhabit Iloilo, Capiz, Guimaras, and Negros Occidental while Akeanon is spoken by the people of Aklan, and Kinaray-a is the language spoken in Antique the forerunners in Western Visayas publications are Makinaugalingon, Hiligaynon, and Yuhum
  3. 3. Aklan • Home of Abaca and Piña Fiber Antique • Were Mountains meet the Sea • Seafood Capital of the Capiz Philippines • Food Basket and Rice Granary Iloilo of Western Visayas Guimaras • Mango CountryNegros Occidental • Sugar Bowl of the Philippines
  4. 4.  the capital is Kalibo it has a total land area of 1,853 sq. km. oldest province in the Philippines Jose Raz Menez was the first appointed governor has a high geographic diversity endemic species in the Philippines are found in this province
  5. 5.  the main inhabitants of the province is the Aklanon their most prominent dialect are Akeanon, Malaynon, and the Buruanganon the people in the province still believes in “aswang” and the “babaylan” the province is known for its festivities which includes the Ati-Atihan Festival in Kalibo
  6. 6.  the capital is San Jose De Buenavista it was one of the three districts of Panay before the Spanish colonizers arrived formerly known as “Hantik” Negritos or the “Atis” were believed to be the earliest people who settled in the island of Panay “Legend of Maragtas”
  7. 7.  they have their own distinct language called the “Kinaray-a” Mt. Madia-as the province also celebrates their own festival, the Binirayan Festival
  8. 8. The 18 municipalities of Antique
  9. 9. Rafflesia back
  10. 10.  the capital is Roxas City known for the mother-of-pearl shell Aeta, Negritos and Mundo tribe inhabited the province of Capiz
  11. 11.  became the second Spanish settlement after Cebu the province is famously known as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines” brilliant Capiz shell
  12. 12. The 16 municipalities of Capiz back
  13. 13.  the “Food Basket and Rice Granary of Western Visayas” Iloilo City was the former Irong-irong River Have a Coat of Arms inscripted with: "La Muy Leal Y Noble Ciudad de Iloilo”
  14. 14.  people are called Ilonggos Local languages spoken in the province are hiligaynon and kinaray-a Iloilo is widely known for its beautiful old world architecture similar to that of Latin American Countries
  15. 15. The 42 municipalities of Iloilo back
  16. 16.  its capital is Jordan Japanese Imperial Forces landed on the island Emily Relucio-Lopez was the first governor
  17. 17.  the people is considered as Guimarasnon Hilgaynon and Kinaray-a was their local dialect the island province suffered in a ecological disaster in August 2006
  18. 18.  the island is known for its agricultural crops, particularly mangoes
  19. 19. the Manggahan Festival
  20. 20. The 5 municipalities of GuimarsIsland back
  21. 21.  its capital is Bacolod City its has basically a volcanic land famously known as the “Sugar Bowl of the Philippines” Mount Kanlaon
  22. 22.  the province is originally known to the natives as “Buglas” the earliest native settlements were Binalbagan and Ilog the people was called the “Negrense” Silay City was also know as the “Paris of Negros”
  23. 23.  also the hometown of Leonardo Locsin and Conchita Gaston famous mural of the Angry Christ
  24. 24. 19 municipalities of Negros Occidental: back
  25. 25.  Graciano Lopez Jaena
  26. 26.  Magdalena Jalandoni
  27. 27.  Leoncio Derieda
  28. 28.  Esteban Javellana Alfredo Gonzales Flavio Zaragoza Cano Demy Sonza Doreen Fernandez John Iremil Teodoro
  29. 29.  Ambahan Balak Paktakon Hurubaton Haya
  30. 30.  Ambahan- an unrhymed seven syllable line containing a complete thought. Balak- a love song which can also be a song of praise sung by a man and a woman. Paktakon- riddle Hurubaton- proverb Haya- dirge
  31. 31. GOOD LUCK !
  32. 32. ANSWER: PEN / PLUMA
  33. 33. Answer: Alkansiya
  34. 34. Answer: Anino
  35. 35. Answer:Bahaghari / Rainbow
  36. 36. Answer:Gunting / Scissors
  37. 37. Answer: Ulan
  38. 38. -------
  39. 39.  Is the Hiligaynon word for poetry. It is how man expresses hmself about anything as when he woes a lady, says soothing words about a city or a barangay muse, proclaims a queen in a town fiesta and utters descriptive words on her highness, the “Queen” or tells a story about the schools anniversary or awakens the longing heart in sadness.
  40. 40.  Every success of a woman there stands a man, that no matter how strong and firm her body is and how fierce her eyes are still she deserves a help from an should always offer with no hesitations.
  41. 41.  Flavio Zaragoza Cano is one of the greatest poets in the Hiligaynon and Spanish languages. He was born in Brgy. Janipaan, Cabatuan, Iloilo on June 27, 1892. HE received his earliest public recognition in 1926, when he was given the title “El Rey de Balagtas en Poeisia en Dialecta Bisaya”. In 1938, he won his second title, “Poet Laureate”
  42. 42. If there’s awill, there’s a way.
  43. 43. THE END!Thankyou for listening.