IJOART Volume 8, Issue 3, March 2019 Edition

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This study examined the pupils’ profile and their performances in the English-based and Mother Tongue-based examinations in Mathematics. The purpose of the study was to help school leaders cultivate professional development that can successfully address some identified challenges met by MTBMLE teachers when transitioning into Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education (MTBMLE).The researcher conducted this research for a month after the 2nd quarter periodical test of the grade IV pupils in seven complete elementary schools of Sibulan South District, Negros Oriental, Philippines. The researcher determined the relationship between the demographic profiles as independent variables and the level of performance of the researcher’s Mother Tongue- based self-made test as well as 2nd quarter English-based test as dependent variables.The data show that the Binasaya is the most common mother tongue of the Bisaya respondents regardless of the type of community they reside and their monthly family income. From the test results, however, the pupils of the grade IV English-based and the Mother Tongue- based Mathematics achieve average mastery level in Mathematics skills. The test of relationship between the two variables against the demographic profile of the respondents is not statistically significant except the type of community. However, it is significantly different on English-based test and mother tongue-based test as well when group according to the demographic profiles. Hence, in the test of correlation between the performance of English-based and Mother Tongue- based examination, the null hypothesis is rejected.Therefore, there is a statistically significant relationship between the two variables.


The purpose of this undertaking was to illuminate the literary analysis of poetry as perceived in Mansaka context at Maragusan, Compostela Valley Province. Phenomenological approach was employed to highlight the culture, tradition and practices of the participants. This study aimed to develop and gather deep information through inductive and qualitative method such as interviews and discussions. Further, it involved 14 Mansaka respondents in the Municipality of Maragusan, Compostela Valley Province. Through the employed in- depth interviews and focus group discussion, it was revealed that the poems of Mansaka have different literary features like theme, tone, rhyme scheme, simile, hyperbole, repetitions, assonance, consonance and alliteration and was only limited with these salient features. The findings also revealed that the oral traditions of the elders, educating the young generations and highlighted during rituals played a great role in preserving their poetry. Finally, the different insights of Mansaka tribesmen revealed the importance of positive impact of technology, academic integration, support from the government, roles of young generations in preservation and poetry showcasing tradition. Hence, this study will be resonated in the academe and opens a profound significance on appreciating the literary pieces of Mansaka.

Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Matrix Composite Including SiC/Al2O3 by Powder Metallurgy-A Review[]

Powder metallurgy (PM) method for mass production of components plays a significant role in the fabrication of advanced materials for automobile, aerospace, defense, petroleum and chemical industries at cheaper rate. Aluminum Matrix Composites (AMCs) including silicon carbide/Aluminum oxide (SiC/Al2O3) has received increased attention due to its excellent mechanical properties such as hardness, strength, low density, corrosion resistance and toughness. PM gives better mechanical properties due to good wettability between the matrix and the reinforcements, uniform microstructure with desirable phases in the composite. This paper examines the effect of powder processing variables such as milling time, milling speed, compaction pressure, sintering time and temperature on the mechanical properties of the AMC when adding to the different sizes and volumes of SiC and Al2O3.

Why is it impossible to pull any object from the tip?[]

When we push an object from behind or from the front, our hand or fingers try to occupy that position in space which is currently occupied by that object. In order to be able to occupy that position, our hand or fingers has to move that object from that position. So when our hand or fingers occupy that position, that object moves away from that position. But when we try to pull an object from the tip, our hand or fingers do not try to occupy that position in space which is currently occupied by that object. Instead, in such a case, our hand or fingers move away from that object. So in such a case, that object does not move away from that position. So it is impossible to pull any object from the tip.

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