8th Nakem Schedule of Activities

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NAKEM 2013, November 14, 2013 Thursday, DAY ONE

 

   ACTIVITIES

 

          SESSIONS

0700 AM-0800 AM

Formal Start of Registration

Continental Breakfast

 

0800 AM-0900 AM

Formal Opening Ceremonies

Dr Raymund Ll. Liongson, Emcee

0900 AM-1030 AM

1st Plenary Address

 

Hon. Magtanggol T. Gunigundo,

Member, House of

Representatives, Republic of the Philippines

 

 

“Legal Interventions in the Pursuit of Emancipatory Education: Lessons from the Republic Act 10533”

 

 

1030 AM-1130 AM

Session 1

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: LANGUAGE, EDUCATION, DEMOCRACY:

OUR OBLIGATION

Agcaoili, Aurelio, “The Call of the Margins, The Crisis of the Center”; Arce, Gilbert, “The Role of HEIs in the Pursuit of MLE”; Liongson, Raymund, “Language Rights and Human Rights: The View from International Covenants and Social Justice”; response, Visaya, Alegria, “What Can We Do, and What Should We Do to Pursue the Ends of MLE?” [Moderator: Dr R Liongson]

1130 AM-1230 PM

Session 2

INDIGENEITY & PHILOSOPHY

Alejandro, Rex-Belli, “Panagtagikua ken Panagparangarang: Engaging Philosophy of Liberation as a Point of Departure for a Contextual Panagmennamenna”; Alterado, Danilo, “The Margin as Hermeneutical Key: Awakening the Communicative Potential of Silence in Indigenous Linguistic Worldviews”; Felicitas, Ausbert & Jaramilla, Aldrin, “Towards a Social Phenomenology of ‘Gasat’”; Piano, Mae Oliva, “Pagannurotan, Galad, Panunot, & Kinapateg as Part of the Cultural Value System of the Ilokanos: The Search for a Regulative Ideal” [Moderator: Dr D Alterado]

1230 PM-0115 PM

LUNCH BREAK

 

0115 PM-0230 PM

2nd Plenary Address

 

Dr Quirico S. Samonte Jr,

Professor Emeritus,

Easter Michigan University

 

“Revisiting the Center, Revaluating the Margin: Lessons for Multicultural Education”

 

0230 PM-0315 PM

Session 3

ARCHIVES, HISTORIES & NATIVE KNOWLEDGE

Dulay, Amadeo; Manuel Marialita; Manuel, Ruperto; and Perez, Filma, “Name-Giving Practices Among Ilokanos,” & “Social Change Among Ilongots”; Garces, Nicki, “The Ilokano Library Collection and the Production of Amianan Knowledge: The Case of the Hamilton Library Ilocaniana Collection” [Moderator: Ms Nicki Garces]

0315 PM-0415 PM

Session 4

YOUTH, VALUES, AND THE FUTURE

Clariza, Maria Elena, “KADAGATAN: An Online Curriculum on Filipino Culture and Marine Ecology”;

Lino, Marlina, “Bringing into the Center the Ilokano Youth’s Voice through ‘Paka(sarita)an’”;; Cajigal, Aris, “Scaffolding the Success of the Ilokano Youth: The Ilocos Norte Experience”; Coloma, Anna Maria Socorro, “The Lexical Features of the Emergent Tarlac Variety of Ilokano” [Moderator: Dr Marlina Lina]

0415 PM-0530 PM

Session 5

MLE & LANGUAGE ISSUES

Tuzon, Gloria

& Gatmen, Edna, “Campus Journalism as an Intervention Strategy in Communication Arts”; Gatdula, Avelina, “The MTB-MLE in Instruction: Observations and Practices”;

Camarao, Mark & Cadiz, Neyzielle Ronnicque, “Why not Iloco? A Study on Ilocos Norte High School Newspapers” [Moderator: Dr Gloria Tuzon]

 

0600 PM-0900 PM

 

 

 

Ray-ok ken Ragsak: Ramrambak ti Nakem

(A Welcome Reception & Cultural Extravaganza)

 

 

Ms Channara Bugarin & Mr Christian Caluya, Emcees

 

 

 

NAKEM 2013, November 15, 2013 Friday, DAY TWO

 

ACTIVITIES

 

SESSIONS

0700 AM-0800 AM

Continental Breakfast

 

0800 AM-0900 AM

3rd Plenary Address

 

Dr Belinda A. Aquino

Professor Emeritus

University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

“The Production of Ilokano and Amianan Knowledge: Lessons from History”

 

 

0900 AM-1000 AM

Session 5

THE URGENCY OF LANGUAGE ACCESS

Colmenares, Serafin Jr., “Language Access as a State Policy”; Cuaresma, Charlene, “Language and Health Care”; Manzano, Helena, “Language Access in Public Health Services”; Lydia Pavon, “Language and Culture in DV” [Moderator: Dr Serafin Colmenares Jr]

1000 AM-1100 AM

Session 6

DIVERSITY, HERITAGE, AND EDUCATION

Bautista, Clement, “The Issue of Multiculturalism and Diversity and the e-Fil Project”; Dela Cruz, Rommel, “The Language Needs of our Communities”; Dela Cruz, Castora, “Language & Health Needs”; Badua, Steve Ryan, “Informing Identity, Identifying Culture: An Aural Language Instruction on Intended Messages & Interpreted Meanings” [Moderator: Mr Clement Bautista]

1100 AM-1200 NN

Session 7

RESISTANCE, ALLIANCE WORK & MORE

Suarez, Cecilia & Lasam, Ruth, “The Role of Independent Publishing in the Pursuit of Critical Education,” Yumul, Herdy, “English-Only Policy as Palisi: The Case of Saviour’s Christian Academy”; Washburn-Repollo, Eva Rose, “Cultural Allies Towards a Discursive Turn of First Languages”; Acido, Jeffrey & Lee, Gordon, “Language, Heritage, and Culture and the Commitment to Social Justice” [Moderator: Dr Eva Rose Washburn-Repollo]

1200 NN-1245 PM

LUNCHBREAK

 

1245 PM- 0115 PM

4th Plenary Session

 

Dr Alegria Tan Visaya

Chief, Center for Ilocos-Amianan Studies, Mariano Marcos State University

 

“The Ilocos Archive and  Museum for Critical Education: The MMSU Experience”

 

 

0115 PM-0200 PM

Session 7

AMIANAN ETHOS & MORE

Agngarayngay, Nestor & Agngarayngay, Zenaida, “Adams: A Paradise in North Western Philippines”; Asia, Facundo; Asia, Ninfa; & Pascual, Carolyn Pilar, “Archives of Traditional Fishing Gears and Methods  of Ilocos Norte”; Asia, Ninga; Lucas, Marilou, & Tagay, Angelina, “Pasarabo in the Broader Understanding of Ilokano Economic Policy” [Moderator: Dr Ninfa Asia]

 

 

 

0200 PM-0300 PM

Session 8

ILOKANO IN BASIC EDUCATION

PANEL 1: Aurellano, Rachelle; Soria, Trixie; and Soria, Julius, “Creativing Educational Space through Heritage Language Learning and Teaching: The Case of Ilokano in Second Classrooms in Hawai`I”; PANEL 2:

LANGUAGE ACCESS, THE ILOKANO COMMUNITY, AND HIGHER EDUCATION

Custodio, Jennifer, “Serving the Needs of Students in Higher Education”; Duldulao, Glenda, “Ilokano Language & KKV-CFS”; Galacgac, Ashley, “Heritage and the UH Manoa Student”; Castillo, Paul John, “My Experience at UH Maui College”

[Moderator: Dr Julius Soria]

0300 PM-0400 PM

Session 9

SOCIETY AND LANGUAGE

Madariaga, Eufe, “The Language of Politics in Infomercials”; Lorenzo, Natividad & Lorenzo, Joanica, “Linguistically Diverse Pupils Learning with the Lingua Franca” & “Written Communications in Ilokano, No More?…Why Not?”; Ranches, Jesus Basilio*, “The Unpublished Ethnic Dances in Nueva Era, Ilocos Norte: Their Dance Literature”; Soriano, Nonadel, “Translating Aeronautical Terms Towards the Development of Aviation Lingo in the Vernacular Languages” [Moderator: Dr Natividad Lorenzo] 

0400 PM-0500 PM

Session 10

STUDENT PANEL: OUR WORDS, OUR WORLD

Alonzo, Erna Marie, “The Exploration of One’s Cultural Identity”; Bugarin, Channara Heart, “Finding the Ilokano Self in Second Generation Immigrants”; Casinas, Jethro, “Language Transition and Pride in the Ilokano Language”; Domingo, Dean, “Coming Full Circle: From Student to Teacher in the Ilokano Program” [Moderator: Ms Channara Heart]

0500 PM-0530 PM

Session 11

Sharing of Student Summit, with Waipahu High School, facilitated by Alycia Kiyabu,

Steve Ryan, & Badua

Lydia Abajo Pavon

Venue of summit: CCB 307-308

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAKEM 2013

November 16, 2013 Saturday, DAY 3

 

ACTIVITIES

 

 

0700 AM-0800 AM

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST & PHOTO OP SESSIONS

 

0800 AM-0900 PM

Wrapping Up: Impressions

Dr Julius B. Soria &

Ms Clem Montero,

Facilitators & Emcees

0900-1200 NN

Timpuyog Drama Festival

Mr Erna Marie Alonzo & Lauren Tagaban, Emcees

1200 NN-0100 PM

Closing Ceremonies: 8th Nakem Conference

Dr Julius B. Soria &

Ms Clem Montero,

Facilitators & Emcees

0100 PM-0230 PM

Panaglalanglang: Partaking of a Meal

 

Until next year, at the 9th Nakem Conference/1st Joint Solfed Phil & Nakem Conference, July 23-25, 2014, Iloilo City

 

10th Nakem Conference—10th Anniversary. The Conference will be held in the Philippines. 

 

 

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