How to Tame a Wild Tongue is a chapter from the book titled Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza written by the author, Gloria E. Anzaldua. In this particular chapter the writer talks about her Chicana life in a time filled with immigration controversies where Latinos surviving in the United States struggled to find their national identity and a language to speak freely without shame and fear. Hispanic immigrants or Hispanics born in the United States are mentally tortured by the dominant English language and culture into changing into something that is neither English nor Spanish but an assortment of both. Anzaldúa targets Chicano readers who share her experience to find a definite identity and American readers as well in order to better understand Chicano life.
The word «identity» is often heard everywhere. People discuss the identity of a company, the law of identity, the identity as a category of philosophical science, the sexual identity, gender identity, the identity of a personality and so on. But what does this term mean, at the end of the day? The understanding and the definition of identity differs depending on who discusses this issue, in what context and with which purpose. While identity may refer to a number of philosophical topics, as well as personal conception/expression, the term itself has the only one source of originating, which is helpful to know if you want to do research on this issue. In this article, you will find the explanation of what is identity from the point of view of different approaches and it will give you essential knowledge to form your personal definition of the term and apply it when necessary.
Based upon the publication of Teresita G. Inciong, Yolanda S. Quijano, Yolanda T. Capulong, Julieta A. Gregorio, and Adelaida C. Jines entitled Introduction To Particular Education, it had been during the year of 1902 and under the American regime the Filipino kids with disabilities were given the opportunity to be educated. Mr. Fred Atkinson, Standard Superintendent of Education, recommended to the Secretary of Community Instruction which the children whom he identified deaf and blind should be enrolled in school like any various other ordinary kids.However , the country's exceptional education program formally began on 1907. Mr. David Barrows, Representative of Public Education, and Miss Pleasure Rice, a north american educator, proved helpful hard in this program to become possible.Mister. Barrows performed for the establishment in the Insular College for the Deaf and Blind in Manila and Miss Grain was the supervisor and..