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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Guindaruhan National High School: Celebrate Buwan ng Wika with fervor and patriotism

"Spearheaded by the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino and the Department of Education, a lineup of activities has been firmed up to draw maximum participation from students who themselves are the biggest group that uses and studies  the national language as part of  their school lesson."

To boost student as well as teacher morale on the campus and to promote appreciation of the Filipino language among students while advocating love for a healthy environment, the Filipino teachers and School Head Dr. Ermetes F. Adolfo, Jr. of Guindaruhan National High School joined forces in order to cultivate a productive Buwan ng Wika celebration last August 2011 with the year's theme “Ang Filipino ay Wikang Panlahat, Ilaw at Lakas sa Tuwid na Landas.” It was celebrated by the teachers and students from first year, second year, and third year up to fourth year. 

The celebration was spearheaded by the Filipino Coordinator Mrs. Henrisa S. Fernandez. Cultural performances from the Filipino Club members kicked off the 1 month celebration and successfully made the lineup activities given by DepEd as calendar of activities to follow.   

The following teaching and non-teaching personnel who cooperated with the Filipino Coordinator and School Head during Buwan ng Wika celebration and inculcated in the minds of students the FILIPINO VALUES: Noel Abendan, Belinda  Alindao, Virginia Andaya, Annalei  Baga, Frankie  Delos Santos, Nympha  Kasayan, Magine  Layan, Alicia  Libreas, Olimpio Mantua Jr., Jonathan  Recebas, Rosalie  Rubia, Delia  Saavedra, Araceli  Tapanan, Jerry Tortusa and Feliciano Delicana.

In a press release circulated by DepEd, it said that the country significantly observes the whole month of August as “Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa” in grateful celebration of having a common language that unites the whole nation. 

Spearheaded by the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino and the Department of Education, a lineup of activities has been firmed up to draw maximum participation from students who themselves are the biggest group that uses and studies  the national language as part of  their school lesson. 

According to Education Secretary Armin Luistro, the month-long celebration of the national language is divided into five parts.  From August 1 to 7, the focus is in giving importance to the national language which will be highlighted by taking to heart the lyrics of the national anthem. 

“I think this generation has to revisit and better appreciate the significance of every word and the depth of nationalism embodied in our national anthem,” said Luistro. 

In a press release sent out a few weeks ago, DepEd said from August 8 to 14, the highlight is on the importance of the national language in enforcing discipline that will lead to national development. For this, the text of the pledge of allegiance to the Philippine flag will be dissected and put to heart. The schools are encouraged to stage plays and writing contests that emphasize why discipline is important in achieving progress. 

On August 15 to 21, the theme is the use of language as an instrument to achieve freedom and justice. Schools are encouraged to conduct a symposium on the history of the country’s struggle for freedom and the holding of debate following the theme “Ang Kahalagahan ng Wika sa Larangan ng Katarungan.”

For the week of August 22 to 28, the theme is “Wikang Filipino: Tugon sa Malinaw na Programa sa Tuwid na Landas.” The week will be about composing songs and writing poetry on the programs being pursued by the government such as caring for the environment, cleanliness and promotion of national language. 

The remaining days of August will be anchored on the celebration of the Filipino language as the voice of teachers, students, and the language of heroism. 

Luistro said this will be observed by celebrating the ideals by which our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal lived and died for the motherland. Schools are also expected to come up with programs that will make students understand why the language is the light and strength of a nation.


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