It is variously speculated to mean "unloading place" and "fishcuring place", perhaps in reference to fish at Agawam Falls being unloaded from canoes for curing on the flats at the mouth of the Westfield River. The purchase price for the Agawam portion was 10 coats, 10 hoes, 10 hatchets, 10 knives, and 10 fathoms of wampum.
Evaluation Test Traditional games in the Philippines These are games commonly played by children, usually using native materials or instruments. In the Philippines, due to limited resources of toys of Filipino children, they usually come up on inventing games without the need of anything but the players themselves.
With the flexibility of a real human to think and act makes the game more interesting and challenging. Because it is a tradition for Filipinos to play in a bigger and spacious area, most games are usually played outside the house.
Some games are played or held during town fiestas in the provinces. These games of Filipino children include the following: Agawan Base There are two teams with two bases. How many players on each team depends on the players. There are two bases which each team claims as their own.
There are several variations in which the rules are changed, in some, you can connect other items on the base so you can easily touch the base. There are usually set points, such as first team to tag the other team 5 times wins.
You can tag other people who has touched their base before you and are on the opposite team. The players in the corners will try to exchange places by running from one base to another. Bahay-Bahayan A role-playing game where children act as members of an imaginary family, sometimes to the extent that one of them becomes the family "pet.
Bahay-Kubo A hand-clapping game generally involving 4 people. They are split into two pairs, a pair having 2 people facing each other, and all members from both pairs facing the center the two pairs being perpendicular to each other. Each pair then does a hand clapping "routine" while singing the "bahay kubo.
Bati-Cobra This is a hitting and catching game. This game is played outdoors only by two or more players. To play this game, 2 pieces of bamboo sticks 1 long, 1 short are required.
A player acts as a batter and stands opposite the others players at a distance. The batter holds the long bamboo stick with one hand and tosses the short one with the other hand.
The batter then strikes the shorter stick with the longer stick. The other players will attempt to catch the flying shorter stick. Whoever catches the stick gets the turn to be the next batter. If nobody catches the stick, any player can pick it up. The batter then puts down the longer stick on the ground.
The holder of the shorter stick will throw it with the attempt to hit the longer stick on the ground.
If the longer stick is hit, the hitter becomes the next Batter. If the player with the shorter stick misses to hit the longer one, the same batter will continue.
The leader of team A goes to the priest and whispers one of the names of the players of team B. Then he returns to his place and the priest calls out, "Lapit! One of the players of team B should approach the priest, and if it happens to be the one whom the leader of team A mentioned, the priest will say, "Boom" or "Bung!
Buwan-Buwan A rough circle is drawn on the ground and one person from the group is tagged. He is not allowed to enter the circle, but instead has to touch one of the people inside the circle without having entered it.
If he succeeds, he can enter the circle, and the person touched becomes the next one tagged. Calahoyo "Hole-in" This is an outdoor game by two to ten players. A small hole is dug in the ground, and a throwing line is drawn opposite the hole approx 5 to 6 metres 16 to 20 ft away from the hole.
A longer line is drawn between the hole and the throweing line. Each player has a pamato and an anak. All the anak are placed on the throwing line, and players try to throw their pamato into the hole from the throwing line.Agawang sulok - - The or tagger stands in the middle of the ground.
The players in the corners will try to exchange places by running from one base to another. The should try to secure a corner or base by rushing to any of those when it is vacant. This is called " base" in some variants, and "bilaran" in others.
May 31, · Agawang base (courtesy of schwenkreis.com) We learned how to manage ourselves – deciding on games together, forming teams and agreeing on rules, refereeing ourselves, resolving conflicts and setting aside differences (at least . AGAWAN BASE Agawan Base literally means "capturing base".
It is played by two teams with a minimum of 3 players for each team.
The more players the merrier. This game is usually played on the beach since this game involves running, chasing, or tagging, and accidental falling is inevitable.
It will be less traumatic if the player falls on the sand.3/5(9). Aug 21, · How do you play "Agawan Panyo"? "Agawan Panyo" is a Filipino game. Can anyone tell me how to play it, its rules, how to gain points, etc?
This question is not limited to Filipinos, if a non-Filipino knows that game and would want to answer, please do. 6. if the member had brought the handkerchief to their base the team gains a schwenkreis.com: Resolved.
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COMMITMENT. DETERMINATION. Agawang base November 27, | Leave a comment In this chapter, the researchers will discuss the summary of findings, conclusions, and recommendations analyzed by the gathered data after conducting evaluation to the respondents about the study.