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Quezon—former President of the Philippines and acknowledged "Father of the National Language"—will once again be remembered in "Buwan ng Wika" celebrations throughout the country, but this time with the added dimension that this year's theme is "Wikang Filipino: Mula Baler Hanggang Buong Pilipinas" (The Filipino Language: From Baler to the Rest of the Philippines). The speech below is my translation of excerpts from "Manuel Quezon on the National Language." It is being shared here for the benefit of students looking for a speech to recite in class.It may Nagmula ang karamihan ng mga suliranin o pagkukulang na kasalukuyang nararanasan dito sa kawalan ng ating sariling wikang pambansa.
Look at the politics in our country we always look forward for those who can fluently speaks english.
Those who support the 2003 Executive Order filed by President Arroyo on the other hand argue that doing away with English as the medium of instruction will inevitably hurt the country and our people more because they believe that a less competitive workforce will emerge. 3 months ago, I would have been right on the side of government. I recognize that learning to speak and write in English in this age of globalization is necessary especially if we would like to be able to compete in the knowledge-based world. But if we look at things realistically, it seems like our public education system is just not set up for this yet. I understand that standards are needed and must be met. t we perhaps just be a bit more liberal with our views? t teachers be allowed to use the most effective communication tools that will allow them to articulate their lesson plans best? t that, in the end, help their students to grasp the material better and truly learn? We start to learn our own, and our own way will lead us to know another way.
Having had the opportunity to travel and study abroad, I fully recognize the value of being able to speak and write fluently in English. Posted by: Lourdes Villanueva Date posted: Jun 20,2007got cha! It is just like this, we learn english because we know filipino language,.
I know that it was due in part to my English proficiency that I didn? So therefore there is no understanding in english if we don't know the Filipino language ... para san pa ang pagiging Pilipino kung hindi mo gagamitin ang "TAGALOG" bilang ating wika ?!
t have as much difficulty in trying to find a job as the rest of my 'international' friends. t have to enroll in ESL classes which could have delayed my program for another year. t get lost around town as much and I was able to meet and make friends easily because there was no language barrier. Para sakin , malinaw na tinatalikuran nila ang ating wika dahil pinagpipilitan nilang english ang gamitin sa pikikipagdayalogo sa iba`t ibang bansa . FOr me english is the medium language instruction because we are in the competitive world and it is use for global communication and i hurt because i found out the philippines hava a many languages !This is not the case with The Philippines where you have different dialects from Batanes to Sulu. So whether English or Tagalog, o0k lang na gamiting medium of teaching.. In fact as we read in the history, during the colonization of spaniards we Filipinos is trying to learn Spanish Languages.