Joy and humor
Flexibility, adaptability, and creativity
Ability to survive
Hard work and industriousness
Pinoy Life: Classic Filipino Traits and Characteristics
• Hospitable. This is one of the most popular qualities of Filipinos. ...
• Respect and Courtesy. This is often observed—not just by younger people—but also by people of all ages. ...
• Strong Family Ties and Religions. Yes. ...
• Generosity and Helpfulness. Filipinos are generous people. ...
• Strong Work Ethic. ...
• Love and Caring.
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ART THRESHOLD In this module, you will better understand how lines, shapes, forms, value, color, texture, and space give more meaning and significance to an artwork. This will help you understand the processes in art and its impact to you as an individual. LESSON 1: ATTIRE, TEXTILES, AND TAPESTRIESThe Traditional Clothing of the B’laanThe Bilaanor B`laanis an ethnolinguistic group that inhabit some parts of South Cotabato, North Cotabato, and Davao del Sur. B‘laan is a combination of two words, ―bila,‖ which means ―house,‖ and ―an,‖ which means ―people.‖ They are known for embroidery, brass ornaments and beadwork that are integrated in their traditional clothing. The B‟laanwear clothes woven from abaca embellished with embroidery, buttons, and beads. The women wear heavy brass belts with numerous tiny bells that hang around their waistline. These produce pleasing chiming sounds when they move. They also cut mother-of-pearl into small shapes that look like sequins called takmunto form geometric patterns. The B‟laans,like the Bagobosand the T‟bolis, weave highly-polished abaca textiles using the ikatprocess. Ikatis a process of dyeing the fabric where the yarns are tightly wrapped with strings and dyed before weaving. The textiles usually contain three colors –shades of black or brown, red or ochre (darker shade of orange), and ecru (the color of the undyed abaca). The B‟laansput high value on their textiles. For example, blankets are considered as an important part of the bride‘s dowry.Photo from: All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means - electronic or mechanical including photocopying – without written permission from the DepEd Central Office.