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Baliuag presentation inclusivity in diversity

Chief Librarian at Asian Institute of Maritime Studies
Jul. 18, 2017
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Baliuag presentation inclusivity in diversity

  1. 82nd National Book Week Baliuag University Bahay na Bato Multi-Purpose Hall November 23, 2016
  2. MENU
  3. PATIKIM NA HAPUNAN Pampagana PINASINGAWANG SUGPO AT ASPARAGUS SARI-SARING LITSUGAS AT TANGLAD NA SAWSAWAN Sopas SINOPAS NA KALABASA PINAUSUKANG SALMON AT TINAPAY Pangkalahatang Hain HINORNONG APAHAP AT ESPINAKA KAMATIS CONFIT AT CARROT COULIS INIHAW NA TADYANG AT LOMO NG BABOY DINUROG NA BAWANG, PATATAS AT LIGAW NA KABUTE Panghimagas KESONG PUTI PANNA COTTA AT LIGAW NA PRUTAS Pamatid Uhaw KALAMANSI AT SALABAT NA INUMIN
  4. RECIPE
  5. TUNA CASSSEROLE A LA POBRE JMRG Ingredients • 1 T cooking oil • 3 garlic cloves, minced • 1 medium sized onion, diced • 5 scallion leaves, minced • ½ cup of evaporated milk • ½ Ques-O cheese, grated • 1 Century tuna in water/ in oil • 1 Lucky Me Pancit Canton Original Flavor
  6. Procedure • Boil ¾ cup of water, then place In the Pancit canton; do not overcook it; do not mix the soy sauce, sesame oil; and do not mix in the seasoning • Remove from boiling water and set aside • Set aside the water from the Century Tuna • In a skillet, pour in the cooking oil, then sauté the minced garlic, diced onion and tuna • Put in the half cooked pancit canton; fold in the pancit canton the sautéed garlic, onion and tuna. • Pour in the evaporated milk and seasoning of the pancit canton, simmer. • Put in the grated cheese, then turn off the fire; allow cooling and sprinkle the diced scallion leaves, before serving. (Additional cheese may be done)
  7. POEM
  8. JEEP, DYIP JMRG Jeep, dyip Sa’yo’y pamamaraang nakasanayan Papasok sa’yong bukana Buo kong katauhan Pasaherong kanya-kanyang patutunguhan Lalamutinin, tugtog mong nakakatulig o ‘di kaya’y ma-intindihan “Bayad po mama!” “Tree-fifty” sa’king malayong paroroonan Hataw, hataw, kalsada’y yong hinaharurot Pari’t paritong tila’y walang katapusan Akala mo’y dambuhalang ibon na Nagnanais lumipad at magpahimpapawid Kumakaripas nang takbo ‘sang dambuhalang dragon……..
  9. Broom, Vmum.. Ingay ng iyong makina Beep, bip… Nakakatawag pansin busina Sa aming mga pasahero dali-daling sasakay o di kaya’y Magtatakbuhan at magsisitabihan sa’yong Pagdaan nang gayo’y di masagaan Bughaw, dilaw; kulay mo’y waring Nakaw sa bahag-hari Binibigyan dulaan munti mong kalooban, Mga mangguguhit mo’y pinoy-na pinoy’; Bundok, ilog, kalikasan, dasalin, Kasabihan o ‘yong pamilya’t angkan Bubungan sa’ming mga mata’t kaisipan.
  10. Tsuper, drayber, lover Ulo mon nakatalikod, napapansing napapanot! Sigaw mo’y: “siyam, waluhan, konting usog lan po!” Kahit upua’y pan-pituhan, Sa’yong pagpupumilit kumita, Kami’y sasardinasin upang pagkasyahin “Para, mama, para” “Aba, shit,” lampas Tuloy ako sa Mendiola.
  11. Activities of Reading In Menu; We analyzed it so that we can understand it In the Recipe, We needed to follow and imagine it In the Poem, we needed to analyze, understand, follow, imagine, and interpret So that we can appreciate them!
  12. Who are “Today’s Readers”? • Boomer • Gen Ex • Gen Y • Gen Z • Millennial • Digital Natives
  13. The Digital Native Thinks
  14. Now that we have described “who are our readers today?” We need to ask the next question: Why do we read?
  15. Why do we Read?
  16. Why should everyone read? 1. Increases your knowledge 2. Improves your vocabulary 3. Improves focus and concentration 4. Improves writing skills 5. It makes your personality interesting and attractive 6. It reduces stress 7. It helps you discovers yourself 8. Entertainment
  17. The Situation of Reading
  18. Let me bring you to a philosophical journey
  19. The Phenomenology of Reading • The Greek word phainomenon means “appearance.” Hence, as a philosophical attitude, phenomenology shifts our emphasis of study away from the “external” world of objects toward examining the ways in which these objects „„appear’’ to the human subject, and the subjective contribution to this process of appearing (Habib, 709). The task of phenomenology, then, is to examine not the world of objects “in itself” but how this world is constituted by a vast range of acts of consciousness.
  20. Consciousness is always a consciousness of something; there is no empty
  21. I. That all books are as dead objects until someone reads them.
  22. II. Books are more than their objective reality: they are more than words on a page.
  23. III. The reader becomes part of the inside of the book; the book becomes part of the inside of the reader.
  24. IV. As the subjective experience of the book enlarges, so the objective experience of the book decreases.
  25. V. The life inside the book gains its reality from the reader's consciousness. The images, ideas, words lose their materiality; they exist as mental objects.
  26. VI. Ideas exist. They pass from one mind to another. • The process of reading suggests also an I who is thinking the thoughts, not just a passive receiver of them. "Whenever I read, I mentally pronounce an I, and yet the I which I pronounce is not myself. "Je est un autre," says Rimbaud helps to understand this phenomenon. • A book is not only a book. "When I am absorbed in reading, a second self takes over, a self which thinks and feels for me" (1211). One must let the individual who wrote it reveal himself to us in us. • A displacement of the reader by the work occurs. Author and reader come closer to a common consciousness.
  27. VII. This identity of consciousness enables the work to have a kind of immortality.
  28. VIII. Thus criticism oscillates between two possibilities: a union without comprehension, and a comprehension without union.
  29. Why Inclusivity? • Inclusion is a state of being valued, respected and supported. It’s about focusing on the needs of every individual and ensuring the right conditions are in place for each person to achieve his or her full potential. Inclusion should be reflected in an organization’s culture, practices and relationships that are in place to support a diverse workforce.
  30. What is diversity? • In broad terms, diversity is any dimension that can be used to differentiate groups and people from one another. It means respect for and appreciation of differences in ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, education, and religion. • But it’s more than this. We all bring with us diverse perspectives, work experiences, life styles and cultures. As a source and driver of innovation, diversity is a “big idea” in business and in society. We know the power of diversity is unleashed when we respect and value differences.
  31. Inclusivity in Diversity • The term "digital native" is synonymous with the term "digital inclusion". Being digitally included means that you are innately able in using a smartphone or computer tablets: modern technology has enabled the non- speaking to speak, the non-hearing to hear and the non-seeing to see
  32. Diversity is useless without inclusivity
  33. Diversity Is Being Invited to the Party; Inclusion Is Being Asked to Dance
  34. Thank you very much! Juan Martin Guasch

Editor's Notes

  1. So ibig sabihin nito boring yung gagawin ko……
  2. "My thoughts are my whores" suggests that the author's thoughts "sleep" with everyone else without ceasing to belong to their author.
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