Friday, July 29, 2011

SONA 2011 Reaction Paper, Articles, Reflection Paper


By on 7/29/2011 12:03:00 PM


After PNoy delivered his SONA on July 25, 2011, many reactions were revealed on Social Networking and micro-blogging sites pertaining to the points stressed or highlighted by President Benigno "NoyNoy" Aquino III.

Some were impressed others were dismayed!

If you are a high school or college student, it is expected that your teachers in English or Social Studies will surely require you to make a reaction paper or reflection paper based on SONA 2011 of Noynoy Aquino.

If you want to read the full transcript of PNoy's SONA, you can view it here.

I copied the transcript of SONA 2011 and transferred it in a MS Word document and to my surprise, it is quite a long article to read about 14 pages.

Latest SONA of PNoy:
SONA 2012 Full Transcript in English and Filipino
SONA 2012 Reaction Paper or Reflection Paper

Here are some of the key points of the SONA 2011 which will be useful in crafting your best reflection or reaction paper:

  • President Aquino vows to end culture of ‘wang-wang’
  • President Aquino government lines up new legislative measures for people’s benefit
  • President Aquino calls on private sector to pay proper taxes
  • President Aquino vows to defend country’s territory, sovereignty
  • President Aquino ready to submit proposed 2012 national budget to Congress
  • President Aquino appoints Carpio-Morales as new Ombudsman
  • President Aquino asks Filipinos to stop ‘culture of negativism’ or ‘crab mentality’

This summary of the SONA 2011 was published in Coolbuster.net.

I will also make at least a two-page reaction paper about SONA 2011.

Some articles related to PNoy's SONA 2011 are the following:
What's your reaction about SONA 2011? Let us hear in the comments.


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4 comments:

  1. it was so nice that he used filipino during the sona in order for us to understand well

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  2. Well i think its more of updates rather than plans..

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  3. nice :) i admire p-noy na :)

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