A study of the competence of sixth-grade pupils in the production of the stress patterns of Pilipino in a Hiligaynon-speaking area
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This study had been conducted, to find out whether some similarities between Pilipino and the vernacular of Philippine regions could facilitate the learning of Pilipino. The study also sought to identify some probable causes of mispronunciation and to draw implications for more effective teaching of critical sounds in Pilipino to elementary school children, particularly in the non-Tagalog areas. The aforementioned problem concerning oral production will be narrowed down to the facility with which non-Tagalog speakers learn the stress patterns of Pilipino. Scope of the problem Specifically, this study is concerned with determining the competence of Hiligaynon Visayan sixth-grade pupils in producing the stress patterns of Pilipino words which have false cognates in the vernacular (Hiligaynon). This study was conducted with the purpose of seeking answers to the following questions: 1. What stress patterns in the test items are commonly missed by Hiligaynon sixth-grade pupils? 2. Who have the greater percentage of errors in the production of Pilipino stress patterns: the Hiligaynon- speaking boys or the Hiligaynon-speaking girls? 3. If there are outstanding differences in competence among the pupils under study, to what may they be attributed? 4. How competent are Hiligaynon-speaking sixth graders in the production of Pilipino words with false cognates in Hiligaynon?
Introduction and statement of the problem
Doronila, N. G. (1982). A study of the competence of sixth-grade pupils in the production of the stress patterns of Pilipino in a Hiligaynon-speaking area (Unpublished Master’s thesis). Central Philippine University, Jaro, Iloilo City.
DepartmentSchool of Graduate Studies
DegreeMaster of Arts in Education major in Pilipino
GSL Theses 378.242 D737
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