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Lapus scraps bilingual education

By Gigi Muñoz David

Education Secretary Jesli Lapus has signed Department of Education Order 74 nullifying the 35-year-old bilingual directive laid down in the 1970s on English and Filipino as the only languages of instruction. Neither of the languages is the first language (L1) of most Filipinos.

Lapus said findings of various local initiatives and international studies in basic education have validated the superiority of the use of the learner’s mother tongue or L1 in improving learning outcomes and promoting Education For All.

He added the Order 74 institutionalizes the use of mother tongue as a fundamental educational policy and program in the department in the whole stretch of formal education including preschool and in the Alternative Learning System.

The policy widely referred to as mother tongue-based multilingual education aims to improve learning outcomes and promote EFA.

Lapus cited findings from international and local research such as learners acquire reading skills more easily in their L1 and second language (L2). Pupils who start to speak, read and write in their L1 learn an L2, like English,  more quickly than those exclusively taught in an L2.

Learners develop cognitive, linguistic and academic competencies much faster in their L1 than in an L2.

Under the new order, Filipino and English will be taught as separate subjects in the early grades and will be used as media of instruction when students are “ready.” This means when they have gained sufficient proficiency in the two L2s, as determined by the department, English and Filipino will remain the primary languages of teaching in high school, with the mother tongue as auxiliary and supplementary medium.

Lapus clarified that MLE will only be implemented at the level of the school, division and region after meeting certain conditions.  These include the establishment of a working orthography or spelling system; the formation of a technical working group to oversee the program; the development, production and distribution of culturally-relevant but inexpensive L1 materials; in-service MLE training of teachers; the use of L1 for testing; and maximum participation and support from the local government unit, parents and community under the concept of school-based management.  The new policy also extends to the alternative learning systems and the madaris schools.   

Philippine education stakeholders and linguistic experts have been clamoring for a change in the language-in-education policy. They have identified the disparity in the home and school languages as a major factor in the worsening functional literacy levels, high drop-out rates, and low learning outcomes among Filipino pupils.

Meanwhile, Valenzuela City Rep. Magtanggol Gunigundo (Second District) praised Lapus for finally looking at the linguistic research and not relying on the anecdotal evidence.

Gunigundo said “the new policy protects the Filipino children’s right to be educated in their own language, and at the same time builds a strong foundation for learning English and Filipino as languages of wider communication.” He also urged his colleagues to set aside a portion of their countryside development fund for teacher training and graded materials development in the L1.


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Para naku, maayo pud ning lakang nga gipatuman ni Jesli Lapus aron madasig atong mga kabatan-onan sa pagtuon sa kaugalingong pulong, labi na diri sa ka-Bisay-an nga naglangkob sa kapin sa 40% sa mga Pilipino. Ako mutuo nga ang basic concepts mas sayon masurop kung itudlo sa pulong nga mao'y atong natawhan. Kung insakto ang pagsabot sa basic concepts, dali na ang pagtuon usab sa mas taas nga ang-ang sa kaalaman, uban na ang ubang pinulungan.

Sa mga naghigugma sa lunsayng Binisaya, padayon. Mapahimuslan na gyud ning atong mga gitipok-tipok, giukay-ukay ug gipangkubkub nga pulong.

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Maayo ni nga lakang. Kabantay ko nga kining mga bag ong tubo nga batan on karon ug magbinisaya kag perting lawma mangatawa usahay magbiay biay pa nga karaan konong tawo ang moestorya anang lawom natong pulong.
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Sa una baya mokatawa pud ko sa mga katigulangan manulti ug pulong nga kinaraan ug di ko kasabot. Pero karong padong na pud ko didto--kay paingon naman jud didto ang 45--ug nakat-on ug mga langyaw'ng pinulungan apil na ang Ininglis, ayha ra pud ko nahigmata sa kanindot sa pinulungan nga akong natawhan.


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he,he kay ang sinultian kuno kay para man sa mga buhi kay mag evolve man gyud. pareho gud sa mga tagalog kay kataw-an naman nila ang mga pinulungan nga gigamit ni Francisco Balagtas kay arang wagat na kaayo ug mga lawom pa gyud. naara cguro sa mga kabataan ug unsaon nila sa pagpalambo sa atong sinultian nga Bol-anon basta dili mawa ang essence nga naa ang atong sinultian nga Bol-anon gamiton aron magkasinabtanay ug matag usa.

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This move is way, way, way, long overdue....

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Usa sa mga resulta sa bilingual policy was to give undue advantage to native tongue Tagalog speakers, mao nga daghang pulpol sa Philippine bureaucracy.
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Amen to that...

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mao jud ni te. hehehehe. mao pud ni nahitabo naho. pero karon usa na ko sa manggugubat para sa kaajohan sa atong pinulungan.
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Ako moangay jud ko maminaw sa akong apuhan babae sa una mag estorya kay perti kalawom ug binisaya.Magsegi gud ko request sa una ug pasulti sa iya story,story sa gira sa hapon,katong naay cholera epedemic sa bata pa siya bahala ug balik balik lagi about sa ilang kaagi kay ang binisaya nga pulong lami man jud paminawon labi nag tiguwang ang magsulti.

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At last, DepEd has realized this almost neglected area of research on language acquisition and concept formation. A Mathematics teacher back home, I noticed several times how the students find it difficult to understand mathematical concept in English (with an exception to some whose grasp of English language goes with the concepts to be learned).

Kung concept formation lang ang hisgutan, nganong pugson man nato ang atong mga bata to study the concepts in English nga English is language lang man na and that would not even help sa analytical skill sa bata? For me, as I have observed, mas confident ang mga students nga mo learn sa mga concepts (am talkin' bout Math) if they understand the language being used as medium of instruction. SAKTO! Have the students study those subject using the second language kung ready na sila.

Here in Thailand, I am amazed at how the students could easily read English words when in fact lahi ra ang characters nga ilang gigamit and then usa lang ang subject nila nga English. Those researches in the field of language acquisition have explained this phenomenon already.

I am positive for that TRANSFORMATION!

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I can only agree with your observation. Ma double handicap man gud ang bata kay kinahanglan sabton sa niya ang lengwahe ayha niya masabtan ang konsepto. English should just be taught as a separate subject, ug i-reinforce na lang through other related subjects (or choice of electives) as the child gets on with his understanding of the basic concepts in the native tongue.




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