Domino's Pizza Case Analysis

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Kabanata I

KALIGIRAN NG PAG- AARAL

PANIMULA

Ang payaso ay kalimitan lamang na makikita sa sirko o perya na karaniwangnag

papasaya at nag bibigay ngiti sa mga labi ng bawat tao o manunood.Payaso ang

siyang nag aalis ng pansamantalang kalungkutan at nag bibigay aliw, saya sa

bawat tao. Ind lng bata kundi na rin matanda. Meron silang kakaibang kasuotan

na makukulay may kakaibang nakalagay sa kani lang mga mukha at may

malalaking sapatos at may pulang ilong. Ang mga payaso ay mga uri ng mga comedyante na

lumaki sa proyekto na ang kanilng mga pagkilos sa malaking madla ay magampanan ng tama at

sila ay nagging katawatawa. Ang bawat payaso ay may mga ibat ibang istilo o paraan kabilang

dito ay ang teatro, telebisyon, at pelikula.

Dahil sa kadahilanang ito, ang payaso ay madalas na itinuturing na isang mahalagang bahagi ng

pag sasanay bilang isang pisikal na disiplina sa pagganap kundi pati narin dahil ito ay

nangagailangan ng isang mataas na antas din ng panganib.
KALIGIRAN

Gusto ba nating nakakarinig ng tawa ng mga bata..? Ang isang payaso ay isang mahirap na propisyon.

Hindi madaling mag pasya lalo na sa dami ng tao o bata na iyong haharapin. Kailangan mung mag

bahagi ng ngiti o ligaya sa bawat tao o kabataan. Ang isang payaso ay dapat handa sa lahat ng oras kaya

mo bang mapanatili ang sigasig at kasiyahan pag tapos ng iyong pag papasya bilang isang payaso pag

tapos nun gugustuhin moh nalng na umuwi at magpahinga at alisin ang kulay sa yong mga mukha.kaya

mo bang mag paginhawa ng kalooban ng tao ,mag alis ng lungkot at skit na dulot ng mundo.

Kahit sino aman ay kayang mag pasaya at mag bigay ng kaligayahan. Ang kaligayahan ay nag bibigay

liwanag sa muka ng bawat isa nag aalis ng lungkot at nag aalis pansamantala sa mga panget mung

memorya . kahit anu pang mangyari kailangn mung…...

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