Perception of elementary school teachers on Laro Ng Lahi in Quirino, Isabela

  • Mark-Jhon R. Prestoza Quirino National High School, Division of Isabela, Region 02, Philippines
  • Chrismarie P. Paludipan Quirino National High School, Division of Isabela, Region 02, Philippines
  • Arvinjay E. Abad Quirino National High School, Division of Isabela, Region 02, Philippines
Keywords: classroom, importance, laro ng lahi, millenials, preservation

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the Perception of Selected Elementary School Teachers on Laro ng Lahi in Quirino, Isabela. The participants of this study were ten (10) selected Elementary School Teachers, five (5) from Generation X and five (5) from the Millenials. The researchers utilized qualitative research through face to face interviews. The responses were analyzed through descriptive coding using the thematic analysis. Based on the gathered data’s, Laro ng Lahi is still being played by pupils despite their access to advanced technologies and some of these are Tumbang Preso, Sipa, Patintero, Tagu-Taguan, Chinese Garter, Sungka, Luksong Tinik, Luksong Baka, Holen, Tug of War, Agawang Sisiw, Bum-Bum Lata, Agawan ng Panyo, Agawan ng Base, and Siyato. The importance of Laro ng Lahi can be classified according to its benefit in terms of health, culture, social aspiration, and values. Laro ng Lahi can be preserved employing continuous engagement in the respective houses and classroom integration by considering the use of native materials.

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Published
2020-04-02
How to Cite
Prestoza, M.-J. R., Paludipan, C. P., & Abad, A. E. (2020). Perception of elementary school teachers on Laro Ng Lahi in Quirino, Isabela. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture, 6(3), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.21744/ijllc.v6n3.876
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