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The Research Title

Writing your Educational Research? The first thing that you should think is, of course, your research
TITLE. Here's the general guide:
1. It should be written in a declarative form.
2. It gives a bird's eye view of the whole research.
3. It serves as a framework of the research paper.
4. It is typically 5-15 substantive words excluding articles.
5. You should keep it short and attractive.
6. Use appropriate descriptive words.
7. Avoid using abbreviations and jargons.

There you go. Happy writing!!!

     I am not a LET topnotcher. But I pass the exam with an 80+ average, which I never expected. The truth is, I only asked for a 75.00 average.But the Almighty was too generous to give me a better rating. GenEd was my highest at 89.00. And how did I do that? Let me share my humble tips:
     Number one: I surrendered everything to God. As Christians, we are taught to put God first in every thing we do, right? But, there is a saying that goes, "Nasa Diyos ang awa, Nasa tao ang gawa." Meaning, we should also do our part.
     Number two: Devise a plan for your review. I am a mother of 3, I am teaching in the Senior High School and I'm having my Master's Degree. Yes, MULTI-TASKING is the right term! Making "singit" for my LET review seemed impossible. But I set a time solely for my review. Choose the time that fits you. But as for me, I wake every 3AM and read my notes. Number three: Stay motivated. What's your purpose of taking the LET? To g…
Some literary devices that you should remember:Dialogues - instead of narration, an author employs dialogues or conversations of two or more characters in the story.
Foreshadowing - the author gives a hint of a future event in the story.
Plot Twist- the expected direction or outcome of a story turns the other way around.
Ellipsis- omission of some parts of a story to let the readers guess what may have happened in                  the missing parts. This is based on Ernest Hemingway's Theory of Omission or Iceberg                Theory.
Comic Book Death- another literary technique where important characters die only to re-                       appear to clear things.
Reverse Chronology - the story starts with the ending and slowly unravels how everything                       started.
In medias res- narration starts at the middle of the story and characters, setting and conflicts                are introduced through flashback techniques.
Deus ex machina (God from the machine) - a plot …


Literature Part 1
1. Point of View- It is the angle of vision from where the story is told.
2. Setting- the geographical location of the story, time period, daily lifestyle of the characters and climate of the story.
3. Omniscient- A point of view wherein the author knows all and free to tell the readers anything, including what the characters are thinking or feeling and what they act as they do.
4. Plot- This is the framework of fiction which consists of casually related sequence of events.
5. Climax- the peak of the story.

Philippine Literature

1. What is the title of the poem, first printed literary work in Tagalog?
    a. The Passion of the Jesus Christ Our Lord by Gaspar Aquino de Belen
    b. May Bagyo Ma't May Rilim by Francisco Blas de San Jose
    c. Doctrina Cristiana by the Dominicans
   d. Kahapon, Ngayon, at Bukas by Aurelio Tolentino
2. Tanikalang Ginto was an obra by:
   a. Juan Abad
   b. Aurelio Tolentino
   c. Lope K. Santos
   d. Faustino Aguilar
3. Nena at Neneng …