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Transcript of CARAGA Region
REGION XIII (CARAGA)
by watching a Video Clips SPOTLIGHT on the
AUTHOR Joey Ayala ( José Iñigo Homer Lacambra Ayala ) Joey Ayala (born José Iñigo Homer Lacambra Ayala on June 1, 1956 in Bukidnon, Philippines) is a contemporary pop music artist in the Philippines. He is well known for his style of music that combines the sounds of Filipino ethnic instruments with modern pop music. His professional music career started when he released an album recorded in a makeshift-studio in 1982. To date, he has released six albums.
Some of the Filipino ethnic instruments Ayala is known to use include the two-stringed Hegalong of the T'Boli people of Mindanao and the 8-piece gong set, Kulintang melodical gong-rack of the predominantly Muslim peoples of the southern part of the country. He also uses modern instruments in his music, such as the electric guitar, bass guitar, and drums. AWARDS and HONORS Outstanding Musical Composition, Philstage Gawad Buhay Awards
Fr. Neri Satur Award for Environmental Heroism
Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Award for Social Artistry
Datu Bago Award
Special MAGIS Award for Outstanding Alumni,
Gawad ng Pagkilala - Komisyon sa Wikang Pilipino
Outstanding Alumnus in the field of the Performing Arts
Nomination: Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World
The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Award THEME What moral lesson did you get from the short story? PHILIPPINES HEART OF SUMMER HEART OF SUMMER CHARACTERS PLOT SETTING In the Beach
In the street In a ceratin House One summer Day Man Woman Minor Character Exposition Rising Action
BY: JOSE AYALA III he was madly in love to the girl she loved the boy as a friend Mother The story began of a man who secretly loving a close friend.
The first time he went to the house of the girl they had a nice conversation with the mother.
One night, this man shows his feelings towards her saying "I love you" But it is only in his mind. But the girl only replied rhetorical questions. "Do you know? Have you forgotten? You are my friend."
The man so depressed that his love didn't blossom. Leading this love to obsession with a feeling the girl was escaping from him.
Several years gone by, obsession was getting worst for he sees the picture of the woman he loved at the glass, in a mannequins at picture frames, in every other woman he sees.
One early morning he decided to go in a beach.
In the beach, he saw a woman he thought again that she was the woman he loved.
At the sea, while swimming far from anybody else, he confronted the woman and grabbed the woman even if she explained she's not.
The woman kicked him at the chest after seeing an opportunity.
CONCLUSION The man sank beneath the waves because he doesn’t know how to swim.
He sank and sank leading to his death.