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Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) in the Philippines

Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) in the Philippines Currently, DepEd uses 19 languages in MTB-MLE: Tagalog Kapampangan Pangasinan Iloko or Ilocano Bikol Ybanag Sinugbuanong Binisaya or Cebuano Hiligaynon or Ilonggo Waray Bahasa Sug or Tausug Maguindanaoan Maranao Chavacano Ivatan Sambal … Continue reading

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The Philippine National Proverb translated into various Philippine languages

The Philippine National Proverbtranslated into various Philippine languages http://iloko.tripod.com/philproverb.html   With over 168 mutually unintelligible languages, the Philippines is a country of incredible linguistic diversity. This page illustrates some of that diversity with the national proverb, translated into various languages … Continue reading

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Ethnic groups in the Philippines

Ethnic groups in the Philippines https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethnic_groups_in_the_Philippines The islands of the Philippines are inhabited by more than 175 Ethnolinguistic Nations, the majority of whose own languages are Austronesian languages in origin. Many of these nations converted to Christianity, particularly the lowland-coastal … Continue reading

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Languages of the Philippines

Languages of the Philippines https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_the_Philippines There are some 120 to 175 languages and dialects in the Philippines, depending on the method of classification.[5] Four others are no longer spoken.[clarification needed][citation needed] Almost all are Malayo-Polynesian languages, whereas one, Chavacano, is … Continue reading

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Islam in Mexico: The Indigenous Peoples will become the Future Indigenous Muslims in Mexico (Zapotecs and Mayans but NOT Aztecs – Nahuatl and their Mestizo Mexican Descendants)

Islam in Mexico: The Indigenous Peoples will become the Future Indigenous Muslims in Mexico (Zapotecs and Mayans but NOT Aztecs – Nahuatl and their Mestizo Mexican Descendants) The Indigenous peoples of Mexico (Spanish: pueblos indígenas de México), Native Americans in … Continue reading

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The New Philippine Colonialism (Fourth – 4th Colonialism / Colonial Mentality) by Designated Foreign Influences to the Filipino Culture of Certain Areas / Ethnic Groups in the Philippines with Regionalism, Intermarriages, Multiculturalism, Diversity, Nationalism and Tribalism. The Key to Federalism of the Philippines in the Modern 21st Century. Filipinos are the ‘Latinos of Asia’

The New Philippine Colonialism (4th Colonialism / Colonial Mentality) by Designated Foreign Influences to the Filipino Culture of Certain Areas / Ethnic Groups in the Philippines with Regionalism, Intermarriages, Multiculturalism, Diversity, Nationalism and Tribalism. The Key to Federalism of the … Continue reading

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Chorotega of Guanacaste Region and Nicoya Peninsula; and Bribri (Bri Bri) of Talamanca Region are now the Indigenous Muslims of Costa Rica

Chorotega of Guanacaste Region and Nicoya Peninsula; and Bribri (Bri Bri) of Talamanca Region are now the Indigenous Muslims of Costa Rica The Bribri are an indigenous people of Costa Rica. They live in theTalamanca (canton) in Limón Province of Costa Rica.[3] They speak the Bribri languageand Spanish. There are varying … Continue reading

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