On the other hand, if he is a non-Taga Jog*speaking pupil and the language of irstruction is English, and he studies in an urban setting like Cebu, he learns English in school and has partial media [sic] but it is^ doubtful if he speaks English or Pilipino at home.Tags: Day Earth Essay First Heaven Presented Sitchin StudyRole Of Women In Pakistani Society EssaySelf Confidence Essay WritingWhy Are Sweatshops Bad EssayComponents Of A Research Paper AbstractAb Term PapersModel Essay How To Improve EnglishParagraph Transitions In EssaysFoundation Of Critical Thinking
Located on the first floor of Hornbake Library North, the Maryland Room serves as the reading room for Special Collections and University Archives.
All materials from our collections must be viewed in the reading room.
This guides primarily describes resources available at the UMD Libraries for research on the history of the Philipines and the experience of Filipino Americans.
The guide also directs researchers to collections and resources beyond the UMD Libraries.
English has been the medium of instruction since the coming of the Americans.
Pilipino (or Tagalog) was elevated to national language status in 1940; but recently, after the Constitutional Convention of 1973, it was relegated to being one of the ti official languages, the other being English.
The Maryland Room is open to University of Maryland students, faculty, and staff; faculty, students, and staff from other colleges and universities; local, national, and international scholars; and members of the general public.
i DOCUMENT RESUME ED 240 631 AUTKOR TITLE PUB DATE NOTE PUB TYPE EDRS PRICE DESCRIPTORS FL 014 086 Ramos, Teresita V. Jul 79 25p.; Paper presented at the Sumer Institute for Educational Research on Asian Americans (1st, Berkeley, OA, July £-20, 1979).
Photo was taken at the Drake Hotel, Chicago, Ill., on September 19, 1943.
Available in the UMD Libraries Digital Collections as part of the Filipino American Community Archives.