Writing Effective Literature

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“Writing Effective Composition” Professor Cheryl Vilog English 101 8:00am-9:00am Submitted by: Marc Luther C. Magno Jerick R. Pedregosa Table of Contents I – History II – Title: K10, Kadayawan 2010 A. Harmony in Diversity B. Strong Governance C. Community Support D. Peace and Security E. Sustained Abundance F. Gender Sensitive G. Dynamic Geography H. Health and Wellness I. Emergency Ready J. Optimized Resources, Maximum Value History It is a celebration of Good Harvest! This globally famous festival is a weeklong celebration and thanksgiving for nature’s bountiful harvest. Kadayawan Festival is being celebrated every 3rd Week of August. A celebration of the plentiful harvests of fruits and orchids during the season. Kadayawan is derived from the prehistoric word “madayaw,” a warm and friendly greeting also used to explain a thing that is valuable, superior, beautiful, good, or profitable, “Kadayawan” in Mandaya means anything that brings fortune, a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of living. Ethnic tribes around Mt. Apo usually gathered during the harvest-time when they had a bountiful harvest to give thanks to their gods particularly the all-powerful Bathala (supreme God). According to legend, the occasion is noticeable by happiness, singing, and dancing, as well as offerings to their divine protectors. The festival is celebrated in the month of August with floats of fresh flowers and fruits, and indak-indak sa kadalanan or street dancing in colorful costumes. A variety of tribes parade the streets with their tribal costumes and jewelry. The city of Davao comes alive every year in August when it holds it yearly harvest festival. The streets are adorned with local fruit & vegetables while people hold street

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