3
Huseng Sisiw.
“HARI NG MAKATA”
4.
Huseng Batute.
“KING OF BALAGTASAN”
5.
Was born in Sta. Cruz, Manila
– November 22, 1877
6.
as born in Malate, Manila-February 15,
1882
Filipino novelist, jou...
7.
“Ka Amado, Makatang
Mangagawa, Bilanggong
Makata”.
8.
“Lola Basyang. Father of
Sarsuwela/Ama ng Dulang
Tagalog”.
9.
Feature writer, novelist,
narrator, translator, editor.
10.
Foremost Filipino female novelists in the history of
contem...
by Lualhati Torres Bautista
The novel begun with an introductory chapter about the graduation day from
kindergarten of May...
1. Butong binalot ng bakal, bakal na binalot ng kristal. = Lansones (Lanzones)
(Seed that is wrap in steel, steel that is ...
1. Never trust someone you don't know. / Never trust a
stranger.
(Huwag kang magtiwala sa 'di mo kakilala.)
2. If you don'...
• Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa – Andres Bonifacio
• Kay Rizal – Cecilio Apostol
• Bayan Ko (My Country)
is a Tagalog poem was written by José
Corazón de Jesús in 1929. It was set to
music by Constancio ...
Manila
1. Feast of the Black Nazarene – (January 9th) It is marked by a tumultuous
procession attended by a full-packed cr...
2. Liberation of Manila – (Every 3rd day of February) A historic event is
celebrated in Manila. Among historical Manila fe...
Mandaluyong
1. Lavandero Festival – (Feb 1- 6) The unique festival focused on the city’s ancient
tradition of washing clot...
Marikina
1. Marikina Sapatos Festival – (Oct. 15 up to Nov. 30) Since Marikina is the
shoe capital of the Philippines, the...
Pasig
1. Bambino Festival - This
festival is celebrated in honor of the
Sto. Nino, whose innocence, purity of
spirit, and ...
Quezon City
1. La Loma Festival – (3rd Sunday of May) Dressing up the Lechon and parading
them down the main streets.
San-Juan
1. The Feast Day of San Juan – (June 24) – The feast day of Saint John the
Baptist and people from the city named...
Caloocan
1. Pamaypay Festival – (Feb 12, 2014) Pamaypay is a tool that we use to surge heat.
It can come in different colo...
Malabon
1. Luglugan Pancit Malabon Festival - (10th of December) Considered as one
of its kind culinary festival in Metro ...
Navotas
1. Pangisdaan Festival – (January 15) One of the highlights of the Navotas Day
celebration, featuring a street dan...
Valenzuela
1. Feast of San Diego de Alcala
- (12th of November)
Celebration of the feast of the oldest
church in Valenzuel...
Makati
1. Caracol - Conceptualized in 1988,
CARACOL is a Spanish term for snail and
refers to "the shell used by the peopl...
Muntinlupa
1. Dinagsa Festival – (March 1 – 5)
A celebration in honor of the city’s patron
saint Sto. Niño de Muntinlupa h...
Pasay
1. Talulot Festival - Talulot is named after the Filipino word for petal, in honor
of St. Therese of the Child Jesus...
Pateros
1. Balot sa Puti Festival – (Jan 31,
2014) Annual festivity in Pateros. The most
anticipated part of the event is ...
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  • 1. 3 Huseng Sisiw. “HARI NG MAKATA” 4. Huseng Batute. “KING OF BALAGTASAN”
  • 2. 5. Was born in Sta. Cruz, Manila – November 22, 1877 6. as born in Malate, Manila-February 15, 1882 Filipino novelist, journalist, and a revolutionist.
  • 3. 7. “Ka Amado, Makatang Mangagawa, Bilanggong Makata”. 8. “Lola Basyang. Father of Sarsuwela/Ama ng Dulang Tagalog”.
  • 4. 9. Feature writer, novelist, narrator, translator, editor. 10. Foremost Filipino female novelists in the history of contemporary Philippine Literature. Her novels include Dekada '70, Bata, Bata, Pa'no Ka Ginawa?, and ‘GAPÔ
  • 5. by Lualhati Torres Bautista The novel begun with an introductory chapter about the graduation day from kindergarten of Maya, Lea’s daughter. A program and a celebration were held. In the beginning, everything in Lea’s life were going smoothly – her life in connection with her children, with friends of the opposite gender, and with her volunteer work for a human rights organization. But Lea’s children were both growing-up – and Lea could see their gradual transformation. There were the changes in their ways and personalities: Maya’s curiosity was becoming more obvious every day, while Ojie was crossing the boundaries from boyhood to teenage to adulthood. In the end, all three, and especially Lea, have to confront Philippine society’s view of single motherhood; and the novel itself brazens out to the questions of how it is to be a mother, how a mother executes this role through modern-day concepts of parenthood, and on how fast growing up is. Main Characters: Lea – The protagonist and the hero of the story Maya – Daughter of Lea Ojie – Son of Lea Ding – Live-in partner of Lea. Father of Maya Raffy – First husband of Lea, Father of Ojie Johnny – Best Friend and Officemate of Lea
  • 6. 1. Butong binalot ng bakal, bakal na binalot ng kristal. = Lansones (Lanzones) (Seed that is wrap in steel, steel that is wrap in crystal). 2. Buhok ni Adan, hindi mabilang. = Ulan (Rain) (Adam's hair, you can't count.) 3. Nagtago si Pedro, labas ang ulo. = Pako (Nail) (Pedro hides but you can still see his head. ) 4. May puno walang bunga, may dahon walang sanga = Sandok (Ladle) (There is a trunk but there are no fruits, there is leaf but there’s no branch) 5. Mga bulaklak sa Maynila, noong panahon ng Kastila. (Flowers in Manila, since spanish era) =Nilad 6. Hindi akin, hindi sayo, pag-aari ng lahat ng tao. (This is not mine, not yours, owned by the whole humanity) =Mundo(World) 7. Bahay ni Tinyente, nag-iisa ang poste. (A Lieutenant’s house holds only one post.) =Payong(Umbrella)
  • 7. 1. Never trust someone you don't know. / Never trust a stranger. (Huwag kang magtiwala sa 'di mo kakilala.) 2. If you don't know how to look back to where you came from, you will not reach your destination (Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makararating sa paroroonan.)
  • 8. • Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa – Andres Bonifacio • Kay Rizal – Cecilio Apostol
  • 9. • Bayan Ko (My Country) is a Tagalog poem was written by José Corazón de Jesús in 1929. It was set to music by Constancio de Guzman and became a very popular song during the struggle against the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos in the 1980s.
  • 10. Manila 1. Feast of the Black Nazarene – (January 9th) It is marked by a tumultuous procession attended by a full-packed crowds filling the entire surroundings of the Quiapo Church and portions of Quezon Boulevard where the church is located. The big Black Nazarene statue carrying a cross is paraded on a float. Taken out of the church, it leads a tedious procession around the church vicinity. Thousands of devotees from various parts of the country attend this event, pulling and pushing the float. Manila festivals that gather big crowds like this often end up with casualties each year but devotees nonetheless continue with the annual celebrations.
  • 11. 2. Liberation of Manila – (Every 3rd day of February) A historic event is celebrated in Manila. Among historical Manila festivals, the event highlights the important decision of General Douglas MacArthur to prioritize the liberation of Manila over that of Formosa in Word War II. Hence, in February 3 1945 Manila was liberated by American Forces from the Japanese. However, this event is observed with simple ceremonies. 3. Feast of the Sto. Nino - This event is centered on the district of Tondo, Manila where replicas of the Sto. Nino or “Little Child” are huddled together in various costumes atop a flowery float and paraded around selected streets in Tondo. Among very colorful Manila Festivals, this feast fills the streets with dancers, tots, teens, and senior citizens, in bright costumes depicting clothes in early Hispanic times
  • 12. Mandaluyong 1. Lavandero Festival – (Feb 1- 6) The unique festival focused on the city’s ancient tradition of washing clothes in the once clean and clear waters of the Pasig River. Amusingly, focal point of the festival is the men participants washing clothes instead of women.
  • 13. Marikina 1. Marikina Sapatos Festival – (Oct. 15 up to Nov. 30) Since Marikina is the shoe capital of the Philippines, they celebrate the Sapatos Festival. it's almost a month- long celebration. Sapatos Festival is celebrated because of the excellence and the advancement of their products. Since Marikina also exports shoes to other cities.
  • 14. Pasig 1. Bambino Festival - This festival is celebrated in honor of the Sto. Nino, whose innocence, purity of spirit, and love have had a profound influence on the lives of Pasiguenos. An exhibit featuring the various images of the Blessed Child. 2. Itik-Itik Festival - Held on the last Sunday of February that is the Feast of Barangay Kalawaan’s beloved patroness, St. Martha, this event highlights the barangay’s yield, the Itik ( a species of duck), hence the name of the festival.
  • 15. Quezon City 1. La Loma Festival – (3rd Sunday of May) Dressing up the Lechon and parading them down the main streets.
  • 16. San-Juan 1. The Feast Day of San Juan – (June 24) – The feast day of Saint John the Baptist and people from the city named after the saint take all the liberty to baptize just about everyone in sight during this day.
  • 17. Caloocan 1. Pamaypay Festival – (Feb 12, 2014) Pamaypay is a tool that we use to surge heat. It can come in different colors and sizes, depending on your taste. The use of pamaypay is one of many trait we got from the Spaniards. It symbolizes beauty and simplicity. We often see it in a typical Maria Clara portrait or often describe in a book being held by finesse Filipina. It is usually paired with barot's saya; the national dress in the Philippines.
  • 18. Malabon 1. Luglugan Pancit Malabon Festival - (10th of December) Considered as one of its kind culinary festival in Metro Manila. Highlight of the event other than street dancing, and marching band exhibition is the presentation of the Giant Bilaos of Pancit Malabon.
  • 19. Navotas 1. Pangisdaan Festival – (January 15) One of the highlights of the Navotas Day celebration, featuring a street dancing and float competition focusing on the fishing industry.
  • 20. Valenzuela 1. Feast of San Diego de Alcala - (12th of November) Celebration of the feast of the oldest church in Valenzuela City, which includes annual boatracing, streetdancing and different activities of the festival. Las Piñas 1. Bamboo Organ Festival – (February 17-23) Features musical instruments and cultural presentation
  • 21. Makati 1. Caracol - Conceptualized in 1988, CARACOL is a Spanish term for snail and refers to "the shell used by the people to protect them from life's detrimental realities." It is a combination of the three major ethnic festivals of the Philippines. Declared official festival of Makati through the passage of Resolution 351. Held every last Sunday of January. 2. BAILES delos ARCOS - (June 29) During the feast day of the Saints Peter and Paul at Barangay Poblacion by daughters of past participants with impeccable reputations as homage to the Virgen dela Rosa for her kindness. Dancers are trained for a year.
  • 22. Muntinlupa 1. Dinagsa Festival – (March 1 – 5) A celebration in honor of the city’s patron saint Sto. Niño de Muntinlupa highlighted by a streetdancing participated in by representatives from different barangays, schools, youth sectors and groups from other cities in Metro Manila. A variety show will also be held in the evening after the streetdancing. Parañaque 1. The Sunduan Festival - (February 13) A bigger, grander reenactment of what has evolved as a courtship ritual, and takes place the day right before Valentine’s, giving the occasion a heightened atmosphere of love in the air.
  • 23. Pasay 1. Talulot Festival - Talulot is named after the Filipino word for petal, in honor of St. Therese of the Child Jesus who is also known as God’s Little Flower. Devotees of Saint Therese believe that she sends a flower or flowers as a sign of granted prayer.
  • 24. Pateros 1. Balot sa Puti Festival – (Jan 31, 2014) Annual festivity in Pateros. The most anticipated part of the event is the cooking contest. It involves as its main ingredient is the Balut, where the egg is cooked in innovative and new dishes to the delight of the spectators. Taguig 1. Sta. Anang Banak Taguig River Festival - A grand parade which honors the patroness Saint Anne. The festival is an annual event that rooted from religious and mythical beliefs that made up the ethnic race once called "taga-giik."