Kilusan 4 Kids: Critical Language for Elementary School Students

Volume 1, $30.00

Pin@y Educational Partnerships, A Filipina/o American Studies Sourcebook Series

Volume I, $30.00

Volume II, $30.00

2 Volume Set, $55.00

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Kilusan 4 Kids: Critical Language for Elementary School Students, Volume 1
by Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales

Paperback, 318 pages (Click cover for larger view)

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Table of Contents

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Sample Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan 1.1, Beautiful Eyes, is a great lesson plan to start with your students. It features the Barangay Rituals, which includes counting and the alphabet in Filipino. Then, it progresses to the main lesson, teaching some of the basic body parts in Filipino, such as eyes, ears, nose, and shoulder. Finally, it includes a worksheet that can be colored as well as used to emphasize the day's lesson.

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Series Highlights:

  • Year-long curriculum that can be formally integrated into the school day or taught as a separate program
  • Families and community educators can also do this curriculum daily or even on the weekends
  • Both for students whose first language is primarily English and for those students who recently immigrated
  • Comprehensive resource pages and worksheets for every section
  • Original maps, illustrations, drawings

Volume I contains over 40 detailed lesson plans with fun activities, projects, and worksheets, along with hundreds of Filipino vocabulary words that your student will have fun learning. This volume covers:

  • Introductory Unit - Barangay Rituals. Learn about your barangay, and then begin with the Filipino alphabet, numbers, and calendar.
  • Unit 1 - Learning About Me. What makes you unique and special? Learn how to describe it in Filipino.
  • Unit 2 - Learning About Our Family. Have fun describing your extended family and house with this unit.
  • Unit 3 - Learning About Our Community. Build a balangay boat with your classmates, and then take a tour of your school and general community.
  • Unit 4 - Learning About Our World. Find out about the many kinds of wealth of the Philippines, including its natural resources, its animal, and its food.



Pin@y Educational Partnerships: A Filipina/o American Studies Sourcebook Series
by Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales

A portion of each PEP Book purchase will benefit the PEP program!

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Series Highlights:

  • Original and innovative CCC lesson plan format, including a template for your own personalized lesson plans
  • The teaching and learning of Filipina/o American studies through the presentation of lesson plans and workshops.
  • Comprehensive resource pages and worksheets for every section
  • Original maps, illustrations, drawings, photographs

Volume I, Philippine and Filipina/o American History (published 2007)

  • Paperback, 384 pages
  • ISBN 13: 978-0977943807

  • Website Price: $30 (Save from list price of $39.95!) plus shipping and tax, where applicable

    Volume I includes over 20 detailed lesson plans and workshops covering:

    • Philippine History. Travel back to Pre-Colonial times and re-enact the historical conflicts, from the Spanish and Philippine American Wars to World War II, all while discovering the struggles and resistance with colonialism and imperialism
    • Filipina/o American History. Learn about the original immigrants, from the Louisiana Manila Men to the Pinoy and Pinay Pioneers of the early 20 th century, experience the dignified and determined farm workers’ labor, get involved with the Filipino Veterans rights issue that continues to present day
    • The students themselves, who map their family’s journey and learn the value of oral history

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    Volume II, Filipina/o American Identities, Activism, and Service (published 2009)

    • Paperback, 432 pages
    • ISBN 13: 978-0-9779438-1-4

    Website Price: $30 (Save from list price of $39.95!) plus shipping and tax, where applicable

    Volume II includes over 30 detailed lesson plans and workshops covering:

    • The Filipina/o American Identity. Guide the process of searching and becoming Filipino, including the concept of Pinayism, Interracial and Mixed Heritage, and the fluidity of identity
    • Activism and Service. Teach the stories behind the history of Ethnic Studies at SFSU, Manilatowns, and the Fall and Rise of the I-Hotel, and direct a Filipino Community Project that requires students to volunteer, do research, and develop a community campaign/project.
    • An inside look at PEP’s people, classroom, and course management, including fun and effective teambuilding workshops. Create and run your own program!

    From Our Hearts to Yours: Letters to a Young Student
    by Leny Mendoza Strobel, Nancy Figueroa Gochuico, and Perla Daly

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    • Paperback, 103 Pages
    • ISBN 13: 978-0977943821

    Website Price: $9.00

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