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Transcript of PAGBASA NG MGA TEKSTONG AKADEMIK AT PROPESYONAL
PAGBASA NG MGA TEKSTONG AKADEMIK AT PROPESYONAL
Tekstong Pang-Akademik
Ang Tekstong pang akademik ay ginagamit ng mga mag-aaral sa paaralan at lumilinang sa ating kaisipan upang mapahusay ang ating kaalaman
MGA TEKSTO SA AGHAM PANLIPUNAN
Ang mga Agham Panlipunan ay isang pangkat ng ma disiplinang akademiko sa pinagpaaralan ang mga aspeto ng tao sa mundo nag bibigay din sa paggamit ng kaparaang agham at mahigpit na mga pamantayan ng ebidensiya sa pag-aaral ng sangkatauhan.
Pabasa ng Tekstong Propesyonal
TEKSTONG SA TEKNOLOHIYA
MGA TEKSTONG SA AGHAM ,TEKNOLOHIYA AT MATEMATIKA
TEKSTO SA AGHAM
Pagbasa at Pagsulat
TEKSTO?
Ang Teksto ay isang babasahin na puno ng mga ideya ng ibat-ibang tao at impormasyon
HALIMBAWA NG MGA TEKSTO TUNGKOL SA
Agham Panlipunan
Kasaysayan Ekonominks Sosyolohiya At iba pa
.Ay tumutukoy sa mga tekstong may kinalaman sa propesyon o kursong kinuha ng isang mag-aaral sa kolehiyo o pamantasan.
Kaugnay dito ang tekstong pang Medisina Abogasya Inhinyera Edukasyon Narsing Computer courses
TEKSTONG PROPESYONAL
Ito ay ang pag-aaral sa mga bagay o ebidensya, proseso kung saan ito nag mula. Ang tekstong ito ay patungkol sa mga teknolohiyang -nakakatulong sa pang-araw-araw na gawain ng mga tao upang mapadali.
MATEMATIKA
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TEKSTONG HUMANIDADES
Ilan sa mga halimbawa ng mga disiplina na may kaugnayan sa humanidades ang mga pag-aaral ng mga sinauna at makabagong mga wika, panitikan, kasaysayan, pilosopiya, pananampalataya, biswal na sining (napagmamasdang sining), at mga sining na isinasagawa (performing arts, kung saan kasama ang musika.) Karagdagan dito ang mga paksang paminsan-minsan nauugnay sa mga araling pantao: tulad ng antropolohiya, at mga pag-aaral pampook (area studies), bagaman itinuturing ang mga ito bilang mga agham panlipunan. Tinatawag na mga humanista o "maka-pantao" (iba mula sa salitang makatao) ang mga dalubhasang nag-aaral ng mga araling pantao. Sa sining, kasama rito ang pagpipinta at paglililok, maging ang mga pagtatanghal sa teatro, mga sayaw, panitikan, at sining pangwika
- Ang mga tekstong pang humanidades ay naglalaman ng mga kaalaman tungkol sa mga sining na biswal tulad ng musika, arkitektura, pintura, sayaw, dula at panitikan. Sa pamamagitan ng mga tekstong ito, naipapahayag ng sumulat ang kanyang nadarama, adhikain, pangarap, pag-asa, o pangamba.

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