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Bakit Tinatawag na Ginoo si Maria?

May 14, 2006 in Maria, Panalangin


Sa panalangin na "Aba, Ginoong Maria", si Maria ay hindi kinikilala o itinuturing na "lalaki"
bagkus, ito ay "pagkilala" lamang sa kaniyang katayuan bilang isang "banal".
Sa makalumang balarila, ang mag kalalakihan ay may mataas na pagkilala, maging sa Ingles,
kapag hindi matukoy ang kasarian, ipinagpapalagay na lalaki ang isang "panggalan" (noun).
Kahalintulad ng sa Filipino, o Tagalog, si Maria ay binibigyan ng pagbating panglalaki sa
panalangin na ito.
Maging, sa isang panalangin na "Hail Holy Queen" kung isasalin sa Filipino, o Tagalog, ay
nagbigay pagtawag kay Maria bilang Hari ng Awa, at hindi bilang "Reyna ng Awa"
Character

Ash's main goal in life, as described in the first episode, is to be the world's greatest Pokmon
Master.
One particular characteristic about Ash that has not changed over the course of the series aside
from his determination and his passion for raising and training Pokmon is that he is incredibly
selfless. He will often (and this has happened for just about every one of his Pokmon) go to
extraordinary lengths to earn a Pokmon's trust and respect; and he will often go out of his way
to better understand a Pokmon that he sees as troubled. He is also very fair-minded and trusting,
a true testament to his good-natured character.

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Perennialism, Essentialism, Progressivism, Existentialism, Humanism, Social


Reconstructionism, Constructivism, Behaviorism
Perennialism

Knowledge is enduring; analyzing ideas found in great books; teacher centered; students acquire
knowledge for its own sake
Essentialism

Build culturally literate individual and model citizens; focus on essential information; teacher
centered; acquire knowledge; use thinking skills

Progressivism

Use students interests as a basis for understanding and ordering student experience; flexible,
integrated study of academic subjects around student interests; learning centers; cooperative
learning; student centered, teacher as facilitator
Existentialism

Create a climate of freedom of choice where individuals can choose and be responsible for their
decision; curriculum focuses on social studies and humanities; relate to each student; create a
free,open, and stimulating environment; accept personal responsibility
Humanism

Emphasizes value and meaning of education rather then dissemination and acquisition of facts;
focuses on physical and emotional needs of student and development of learning experiences to
fulfill those needs; group process, one-on-one teacher-student interaction
Social Reconstructionism

Use education to solve significant social problems; identify social problems and use thinking
skills/knowledge to solve problems; facilitator; group process; one-on-one with teacher
Constructivism

Develop thinkers and problem solvers; students learn hands on; activities based teacher; facilitate
cooperative learning and group problem solving; encourage students to infer and discover their
own answers; cooperative learning; discovery learning
Behaviorism

Human beings are shaped by environment; need to learn in response to physical stimuli; teachers
use reinforcement to encourage behaviors; move from extrinsic to intrinsic rewards; modeling connecting with pleasure
Effective Schools

Clear school mission, Safe and orderly environment, Strong instructional leadership, High
expectations for students, Effective instruction, Strong home-school relations