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You may also include personal insights gained in the course that helped you recognize your identity and the different aspects of the self.
present through a creative output how you now know, conceptualize, and understand yourself
Filipino / English
free to use any format, structure, or style
Elaborate and strengthen your ideas with supporting ideas to justify your claim.
Explain the concepts and theories and apply them to your own experiences
discuss those that you think help explain your conceptualization of oneself.
Refer to the theories and concepts covered in the course
PowerPoint presentations (Max of 10 slides - make sure it is readable and not wordy)
Reflect on your own experiences and actions in the past that you find critical in gaining that better understanding of the self.
FINAL SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - SEC 26 (MS. PRINCESS LUMAGBAS)
reflection on the impact of NSTP 2 and your learnings in view of your civic responsibility and participation.
Summative Assessment/Final Requirement
always find evidence to support your position.
references are relevant as well as timely.
In explaining or expressing your argument, substantiate it by citing references to make it believable
details about the article being examined.
A thesis is a statement that expresses what the author believes in and tries to test in his study.
thesis or central argument
general description of the topic being discussed
Writing a Critique Paper: 7 Easy Steps
It allows us to see our past and it allows us to understand why we are like this. It allows us to see what we lost — that’s the number one thing that I take away from “Ang Larawan” even from the first time I saw it;
"By making 'Ang Larawan' into a movie, we would have done a wonderful service to the country because the work of two National Artists would be documented and that would be such a great challenge to dedicate our lives to," says "Ang Larawan" actress and producer Celeste Legaspi.
Set in pre-war Intramuros, the film tells the story of Candida and Paula Marasigan, daughters of high-profile painter Don Lorenzo Marasigan, and their struggle to sell — or keep — their father’s last self-portrait, which is being chased by socialites, art critics, and politicians.
singer Celeste Legaspi
We always considered it as a masterpiece because it was based on the work of Nick Joaquin, and then it was translated into a libretto by Rolando Tinio so between the two of them, we already had such wonderful moments onstage,” says Legaspi, who is the daughter of National Artist for Visual Arts Cesar Legaspi.
At first, I was telling her, ‘Forget about it, it’s too hard, we have to raise too much money,’ but finally, I saw that if we’re able to do this, we would have done a wonderful service to the country because the work of two National Artists would be documented and that would be such a great challenge to dedicate our lives to. So that’s what we did.”
What ‘Ang Larawan’ tells us about the Filipino identity