Pangasinan Literature Study

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RESEARCH DESIGN This chapter presents the methodology or research design that will be applied in this study of the use of Pangasinan novelty songs in the development and production of instructional materials for the teaching of the Mother Tongue. It deals with the presentation of the research method to be used, the instruments in gathering the needed data, the procedure applied in the collection of data, the research subjects and how data will be treated.

Research Method and Techniques This study combines some of the approaches and elements of qualitative type of research. Hence, this study uses purely qualitative methods approach. The use of qualitative method in this study pertains to the case or phenomenon that has to be described
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In essence, the application of this method in this study “wish to obtain a more complete picture…of what goes on in a particular school or classroom”. And in this case, the use of qualitative method in this study aims to determine the appropriateness and effectiveness of using PNS as I.M’s in teaching Pangasinan as Mother Tongue [Learning Area] to K to Grade 3 learners. Moreover, data analysis or qualitative semantic discourse analysis of Pangasinan novelty songs can provide in-depth answers to most of the questions posed in this study in relation to the meaning-making process and choice of word/lexicon for teaching vocabulary. However, the use of this approach alone does not engage key informants or respondents in this study that can substantiate the central focus of this study, that is, the use of Pangasinan songs as instructional…show more content…
In such a manner, the findings in this study derived from these approaches will help to address the instructional issues in the implementation of MTB-MLE program. Most importantly, the use of these techniques will help me to find the answers to the specific questions posed in this research such as the appropriateness of the Pangasinan novelty songs as I.M’s for target learners from Kindergarten to Grade 3, teaching strategies and methods that can best match the use of such instructional materials and their effectiveness when used as I.M’s in monolingual and multilingual classrooms. On the other hand, the findings and results of the semantic discourse analysis of Pangasinan novelty songs will serve as a potent support of my proposal to use Pangasinan novelty songs as instructional materials or learning tools especially in teaching vocabulary among grades 1 to 3

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