Juland Salayo

Juland Salayo
University of Santo Tomas | UST · Senior High School

Master of Education

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This qualitative research aims to determine how language teachers' ontological beliefs on critical pedagogy build teacher identity and language ideology. Participants included 18 public junior high school teachers. Results revealed that critical language pedagogy (CLP) constructed teacher identities against its trajectory. These identities include...
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With the shift of instructions, this chapter presents how pandemic has hugely affected the learning quality of Filipino learners. With those academic challenges, classroom practices were innovated to address the learners' needs through critical pedagogy (CP). Initially, the “stories of the people” were used as instructional tools because of their i...
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Political ideologies and power are shaped by politicians’ manipulation of linguistic features that appeared in their public discourses. Employing transitivity system, this study investigated President Donald Trump’s speech during the 2020 “March for Life†to identify the transitivity processes and to determine how these processes are assimil...
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Hip-hop has become a male-dominated industry, and it has reached all over the world, including the Philippines. This study analyzed two Original Pilipino Music (OPM) rap songs: Neneng B by Nik Makino feat. Raf Davis, and Pantsu by Zae. The two songs were examined to see how women are represented and how women's empowerment is promoted. Addressing t...
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The education system acknowledges the relevance and impact of arts in exploring students' different skills and competencies. However, most of the learners remain bias on the purpose and essence of art-based activities since most of the strands offered in senior high school are academically designed through the K-12 program, which guides and prepare...
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This quantitative study aims to determine teachers' and students' perceptions of engagement and satisfaction during the emergency remote teaching (ERT), together with the significant differences of the variables on the teachers' profiles. Participated by 147 and 409 senior high school teachers and students in a comprehensive Catholic university, it...
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This study investigated the common gratitude strategies in different situations, which permeated indebtedness as a way of shaping pre-service teachers' identity. Using a 15-item Discourse Completion Test (DCT), 22 pre-service teachers in the Province of Cavite, Philippines participated in this study. An informal interview was conducted to validate...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically paved the way toward implementing emergency remote teaching. This shift was initially treated in the Philippines to be an anti-poor, oppressive, and desensitized instructional mode due to the learners’ unequal accessibility to technology. This chapter narrates my engagement in online teaching’s role and its imp...
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This quantitative study investigates teachers' and students' perceptions on remote emergency teaching in terms of readiness, attitude, and competence, their significant differences based on their profile, and the significant difference of the respondents' identified variables. Participated by 147 teachers and 409 students of a Senior High School in...
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Purpose: Language is essential in creating ideologies and power as a means of delivering a politician’s agenda. Building such power, this study explored the transitivity processes and how they constructed ideological frame used in the first seven speeches of the Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on the precautionary measures of the governmen...
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This present study attempted to investigate the status of language anxiety and motivation orientation of the young Filipino learners of English and how these constructs are related to one another. To address these research goals, a quantitative approach was employed using Liu and Cheng’s (2014) Factor Loadings for three-Component Solution for the A...
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Political ideologies and power are shaped by politicians’ manipulation of linguistic features that appeared in their public discourses. Employing transitivity system, this study investigated President Donald Trump’s speech during the 2020 “March for Life” to identify the transitivity processes and to determine how these processes are assimilated in...
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This paper attempts to show how language works in literature in order to explore character delineation by using the transitivity system, which was initially proposed by Halliday (1985) and Halliday and Matthiessen (2004, 2014). Specifically, it aims to construe the linguistic choices in O. Henry’s “A Retrieved Reformation,” which highlights the pro...

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