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It’s almost a month since I started working in the learning library. One of the programs we have is the Wika’y galling program that exposes students to the Filipino language, grammar, and literature. But here’s some reasons why you need to read Filipino literature to your children more than just the grammar and language. It shows our own culture and community. Many children nowadays are exposed to foreign literature which somehow introduces them to a different culture. Reading Filipino literature makes it easier to understand the community where one actually belong to. Stories like Araw sa Palengke, Anong gupit natin ngayon? Kas ang kaskaserong Bus. History and Identity. Alamat, Supremo, Filipino literature shows our country’s values. There are words that do not have a direct translation to the English language. This means that its meaning can only be fully understood in our own language. Likewise, our values as Filipinos usually have a different meaning to that of the other countries. In as much as we would want to translate Filipino values to the English language it does not fully explain its meaning. This is why as we read more Filipino literature to our children, the more that they can also imbibe values that are innately ours. Filipino literature shows love for family, respect for elders, and care for the environment. Keyk Paakyat ng Langit, Gusto ko nang lumaki Current Social Issues: Pilong patago tago, Nemo ang batang papel As we modernize and compete globally, there are times that we compromise our own language and identity as Filipinos. Children nowadays are easily exposed to foreign movies, cartoons, and literature. These abundance places our Filipino movies, cartoons, and literature at the backseat. Although, it is amazing to hear little children speaking fluently in English, the decline of children fluent in our own language is alarming. We should realize that the language is not the only one declining but more so the values of our nation. One way of keeping our country’s identity, history, culture, and values is thru the use of the language, literature, and

Why you need to read Filipino literature to your children?

Today, I’ll be sharing top reasons why you need to read Filipino literature to your children. A little something about myself is that I advocate for the Philippines. I love

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January 7-Day Play Challenge

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