Isinulat ni — Lualhati Torres Bautista I. Ito ay nagsasalaysay ukol sa isang pangyayari o suliranin na karaniwan ng nagaganap sa ating lipunan. Bilang isang mamamayang Pilipino, dapat ay maging responsable tayo sa ating mga magiging desisyon. Lalong-lalo na kung ang kalalabasan nito ay hindi natin maibigan. Bilang isang estudyante, matuto tayong sabihin at tanggapin ang katotohanan na kung minsan masakit aminin sa ating sarili at kung minsan ay nakabubuti para sa nakararami. Siya ay nagtapos mula sa Emilio Jacinto Elementary School noong
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They are just supposed to be in their homes, taking care of the children and doing household chores. However, with the continued evolution of our society, these gender norms began to dissipate and be replaced by new ones. Women are now just like men, capable of making decisions and providing for their families.
It is a novel written by Lualhati Bautista, an award-winning female novelist in contemporary Philippine literature. The presenters will also give their overall rating for the given literary work.
It aired in and had a runtime of minutes. The actors portrayed the characters accordingly as well, just as how you would imagine the characters in the book. Overall, we would rate the book a 4 out of 5 stars.
Lualhati Bautista greatly expressed a lot of elements in the book, including societal issues as well as political. She greatly showed different representations through her characters and tied them together under realistic settings with raw emotion and hard language that you would hear every day from normal people, and never from generic movies. We recommend this book to students like us, especially those who are not aware of many political and societal issues. This book should also be read by the free-spirited ones who have no regard for their responsibilities whatsoever.
It will serve as an eye-opener for many issues involved, such as family. For some of us, we often forget to read the works of our own local authors and usually read foreign ones. With this book, you would get to appreciate more of our local authors, and maybe realize how underrated they are.
Ten years from now, aside from looking ten years younger, Kate will still be in school as she plans to pursue a medical degree after college. Arnel L.
Ten years from now, he sees himself as a financially stable statistician who has already contributed a lot to the welfare of his family.
Bata, Bata… Pa’no Ka Ginawa? by Lualhati Bautista – Student’s Corner
Posted in My Book Musings. I feel like I should. This is a deviation from my usual light fiction Posted in My Book Musings. This is a deviation from my usual light fiction because this is actually pretty heavy stuff, a mixture of fiction and non-fiction, and very realistic. And this is also not a book that I would recommend to read by everyone who can read in Filipino, especially by Filipinos. How Were You Made? What were the experiences of the child that led him to grow up into a mature person?
Bata, Bata... Pa'no Ka Ginawa?
Pagsusuri sa Bata, Bata May-akda: Lualhati Bautista I. Buod: Nagsimula ang nobela sa pagmamartsa ng magtatapos sa kinder, isa si Maya, ang anak ni Lea kay Ding ay gragradwayt ng oras ng iyon. Bago simulan ang pagbibigay ng honors ay may inilatag na isang programa ang paaralan, yung ay ang Ms. Hindi hinayaan ni Lea na lagyan ng kahit na anong panretoke sa mukha o kahit lipstick man lang si Maya dahil naniniwala si Lea na ang ganda ng isang bata ay wala sa mayk-up o kung anong kolorete sa mukha.
Book Review Bata Bata Pano Ka Ginawa
Kadalasan, ang mga akda niya ay nasa anyong nobela o maikling kwento, pero nakakalikha din siya ng ilang akdang pampelikula. Pinanganak sa Tondo, Manila noong Disyembre 02, Marami pa siyang akda na lubos na nagpaningning ng kanyang pangalan. Naniniwala sya na ang buhay ng tao ay isang napakahalagang biyaya ng Diyos na di dapat pabayaang masira. Bagamat hindi pangkaraniwang Babae si Lea, makatotohanan pa rin ang kanyang karakter.
SURING AKLAT (Bata-Bata.. pa'no ka Ginawa?)
She studied in public schools, both in her elementary and high school years. She took up Journalism in the Lyceum of the Philippines, and eventually stopped schooling because all she wanted to do was write. She started writing while she was still 16 years old, and was mainly influenced by her parents who were into composing and poem-writing. Her first stories were published in the magazine, Liwayway. She was the vice-president of the Screenwriters Guild of the Philippines and the chair of the Kapisanan ng mga Manunulat ng Nobelang Popular. She became a national fellow for fiction of the University of the Philippines Creative Writing Center in