Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, Ph.D. Consultant for Philippine Languages
E-mail Addresses : email@example.com
http://drjessie.wordpress.com (Innovations in Education)
Ph.D. Linguistics, 2006; University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City.
Dissertation, Komputasyon ng Mga Simpleng Verbal Klos sa Cebuano Batay sa Minimalist Program (The Computation of Simple Verbal Clauses in Cebuano: Minimalist Program). http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/onlinepapers.html
M.A Linguistics, 1997; University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City.
Thesis, An Annotated Bibliography of Works and Studies on the History, Structure and Lexicon of the Cebuano Language: 1610 to 1996.
Areas of Expertise
- Linguistics for language teaching and learning courses
- pedagogical modules development
- language proficiency tests development
- lexicography - glossaries & word network
- language resources development – e.g., phrasebooks, grammars, language CDs
Applied linguistics: translation coordination, linguistic validation, review and consultation
Corpus linguistics: monolingual text, parallel text, and morphological tagging
Theoretical linguistics: syntax and morphology
Career History: Academe
Visiting Senior Lecturer, TESL Program, Department of Language and Literacy Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; June 2009 – Present
Linguistics for Language Teachers
Language Learning and Language Use
Introduction to the Grammar of English
General Linguistics for TESL
Research in Second Language Acquisition
Research on Discourse Analysis in TESOL
- Examiner, Application for admission to the TESL PhD Program, Department of Language and Literacy Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya.
- Featured Researcher, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya Research Exposition: Innovations in Research on Education, April 2010. Research featured: Learning and Sharing in a Multiple-modality Classroom.
PhD TESL, Thanbeer Kaur Sekhon A/P Daljit Singh (co-supervisor)
PhD TESL, Abdolreza Badiee (co-supervisor), ongoing
PhD TESL, Nazilah Seyedhendi (co-supervisor), ongoing
MEd TESL, Cassandra Jothi a/p Krishnan, PGA110022
MEd TESL, Pravendran a/l Muthu, PGA110023
MEd TESL, Shi Di, PGA110024
MEd TESL, Marimuthu a/l Saminatahan, PGA080137
MEd TESL, Saritha a/p Gunasegaran, PGA080215
MEd TESL, Anusuria Nainar, PGA100081
MEd TESL, Indhuleka a/p Bhaigaran, PGA100080
MEd TESL, Jennifer Sim Pei Chen, PGA100077
MEd TESL, Rathina a/p Michael, PGA100078
MEd TESL, Subashini a/p Machap, PGA100092
MEd TESL, Sumathi a/p Victor, PGA080047
MEd TESL, Joey Yap Kuok Juan, PGA100018
MEd TESL, Pretti Ristra, PGA100020
MEd TESL, Sree Nithya d/o Ganesan, PGA100019
MEd TESL, Sherry Tang Ing Ing, PGA090114
MEd TESL, Tee Jia Wen, PGA090115
MEd TESL, Azlan bin Yassin, PGA090110
MEd TESL, Sharifah Ajlaa binti Sd Zulkifli, PGA090011
MEd TESL, Mohamad Syafiq bin Ya Shak (PGA090037), Tolerance of Ambiguity and the use of
language learning strategies among ESL learners at the tertiary level, graduated 2010
MEd TESL, Surindar Kaur a/p Gurmukh Singh (PGA090064), ESL learners' beliefs about
English language learning –graduated, October 2011
Basic Degree Level (PPEX 4180 Academic Research Writing Exercise)
Academic year 2011-2012
BEd TESL, Li Furong (PET090726), Use of Social Media for Academic Purposes among ESL students in University of Malaya –ongoing
BEd TESL, Li Xuechan (PET090713), Using Social Media to Improve Business English among First Year Students in University of Malaya –ongoing
BEd TESL, Liang Xin (PET090701) , Academic Use of Social Media among 3rd Year TESL Students in Univeristy of Malaya –ongoing
Academic Year 2010/2011
BEd TESL, Hatice Erdogan, Enhancing Speaking Skills by Using Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) among the TESL Students, University Malaya (2010/2011), completed.
BEd TESL, Safiyye Feyza Kaya, Using Communicative Approach (CLT) in the Teaching of English to Enhance Listening Skill among the TESL Students in University of Malaya (2010/2011), completed.
BEd TESL, Jiang Lu Rui, Assessment in Schools: Oral Productions, How Teachers Assess Students in China (2010/2011), completed.
BEd TESL, Pang Fei Mian, The Effectiveness of Communicative Writing as Perceived by Preservice ESL Teachers (2010/2011), completed.
Academic Year 2009/2010
BEd TESL, Rina Hazwany Binti Razali, The Use of Computer in Enhancing Reading Skill among the 3RD TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
BEd TESL, Farah Nadia Idayunie Binti Rajmin, The Use of Computer in Enhancing Vocabulary Knowledge among the 3RD TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
BEd TESL, Kohila Vaani a/p Palaniappan, Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): The Use of Computer in Enhancing Speaking Skill among the 3RD TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
BEd TESL, Nur Hafizah Binti Azmy, The Use of Computer in Enhancing Writing Skill among the 3RD TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
BEd TESL, Ho Meyi, The Use of Computer in Enhancing Grammar among the Third Year TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
BEd TESL, Kee Shok EE, The Use of Computer in Enhancing Listening Skill among the 3rd Year TESL Students at the University of Malaya (2009/2010), Completed.
- Courses Online Pages and Students Presentations (University of Malaya)
Facebook Pages (Discussion Board & Instant Messenger)
PBET 1101-2011 (Linguistics for Language Teachers) TESL UM (2011)
PBGS 6113 (Research in Second Language Acquisition) TESL UM (2011)
PBET 1103 (Introduction to the Grammar of English) TESL UM (2010-2011)
PBET 2113 (Language Learning & Language Use) TESL UM (2010-2011)
PBGS 6304 (General Linguistics for TESL) TESL UM (2010-2011)
English Proficiency Class: Adventures in English
PBET 1101 (Linguistics for Language Teachers) TESL Program (2010)
Online sites (Projects & Presentations)
PBGS 6113 (Research in Second Language Acquisition, 2011)
Annotated Bibliography: http://drjessie.wordpress.com/bibliography/
Research Proposal: http://drjessie.wordpress.com/proposals/
Final Paper: http://drjessie.wordpress.com/final-paper/
PBET 1101 (Linguistics for Language Teachers) TESL UM (2010-2011) Comparative Morphosyntax Class Project
Emelia Effendy, Cognitive Grammar: teaching the verb 'to be'
Malihee Mahmoudi, Cognitive Grammar: Word Network
Noorlinda Alang, Cognitive Linguistics: The Case Of Find
Amy Yu Shi Chia, et al., CALL and SLA.
Low Chiao Yie, et al., Social Interaction Theory and Ecology Theory of SLA
Marina Melissa Ng, et al., Computer-Aided Language Learning (CALL): Web blogs, Ustream, and Skype. Research Exposition, Innovations in Research on Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya
Mohd Ezraf Lizan, et al., Language: Biological context
Nur Aini Omor, et al., Communicative Competence
Sangitha Mothayapan, et al., Sociocultural Factors in SLA
Siti Nurfatihah Zakaria, et al., Personality Factors in SLA
Tan Chung Szuan, et al., Krashen's Input Hypothesis
- Reader and Panelist, Seminar for Postgraduate candidates
PhD Degree (TESL), Maryam Jalilehvand, The impact of prior knowledge, rhetorical pattern, and gender on reading comprehension of Iranian EFL students, 19 December 2011 (Seminar 2).
PhD Degree (TESL), Ali Jahani, Mobile learning integration and English language in Iran, 14 October 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Kamalanathan a/l M. Ramakrishnan, Student interaction and text revision in a trained peer-response ESL writing classroom, 07 October 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Mandana Rohallahzadeh, Implicit and explicit corrective feedback on grammar acquisition of ESL learners' knowledge, 30 September 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Khadijeh Jafari Bezminabadi, Impact of using advance organizers and modifying speech rates on tertiary level EFL learners' listening comprehension, 27 July 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Ambika Deavy D/O P K Menon, Analysis of a workplace literacy event: The reading of patient case notes by student nurses, 15 July 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Mozhgan Azimi, English grammar instruction in a selected language center in Mashhad, Iran: A case study, 11 July 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Farhad Fahandej Saadi, Iranian EFL learners' writing ability and writing strategies in two discourse types, 11 April 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Said Hamed Rashid, Language learning needs analysis of Omani EFL students for the reform of the Grade II English Language Program, 07 March 2011.
PhD Degree (TESL), Vahid Sadeghi, Genre analysis of letters of appeal by postgraduate students, 03 November 2010.
PhD Degree (TESL), Puteri Rohani Megat Abdul Rahim, Pedagogy of epistolarity: Teaching students to engage in academic reading through writing, 23 August 2010.
PhD Degree (TESL), Cheng Xiongyong, China's secondary school English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers' attitudes towards the role of mediator and their classroom practices, 19 July 2010.
PhD Degree (TESL), Jaya Kumar C. Koran, The effectiveness of using videos for the professional development of in-service English language teachers in Malaysia, June 2010.
PhD Degree (TESL), Maryam Jalilehvand, The effects of prior knowledge, rhetorical patterns and gender differences on reading strategies of EFL students in Iran, March 2010 (Seminar 1).
PhD Degree (TESL), Farhad Fahandezh Saadi, Iranian EFL learners' writing strategies in two discourse types, 19 October 2009.
PhD Degree (TESL), Khadijeh Jafari, The impact of using advance organizers and modifying speech rates on tertiary level EFL learners' listening comprehension, 14 September 2009.
PhD Degree (TESL), Tariq Monther Abad Alhameed Aldamen, Syntactic avoidance as communication strategy: A study of adult Arab EFL learners, 14 August 2009.
PhD Degree (TESL), Alireza Bonyadi Babee, A genre-specific study of English and Persian editorials, 25 July 2009.
MEd Degree (TESL), Emily John Wejidas, The impact of an online extensive reading programme on ESL students' reading engagement, 21 March 2011
MEd Degree (TESL), Nader Zarza, Simple versus complex stems in multiple-choice tests and their effects on students' performance, 08 December 2010; October 2011
MEd Degree (TESL), Nurzarimah Bt. Jamil, Industry's needs on oral communication skills among tourism students in a polytechnic, 05 March 2010.
- Academic Advisorship (current)
Chui Jun Hui (PET080003)
Kaya Safiyye Feyza (PET080715)
Liu Shuoyi (PET090714)
Liu Yuqing (PET090715)
Ma Ji (PET080744)
Nurulaini Binti Taib (PET080010)
Tan Shin Yen (PET080019)
Sun Jing (PET080727)
Vilvilivyne Yusak (PET080740)
Zhang Minrui (PET080730)
Zhao Cailing (PET08736)
- Contribution to the Faculty
- Exploring International Collaborative Initiatives: Faculty of Education University of Malaya – College of Education University of the Philippines
- Exploring International Collaborative Initiatives: Department of Language & Literacy Education (University of Malaya) & Department of Linguistics & Oriental Languages (University of the Philippines)
- Member, Editorial Committee: Masalah Pendidikan (Issues in Education)2011
- Article Reviewer, Masalah Pendidikan 2011
- Article Reviewer, Journal of Special Education, Volume 1, 2011
- Part-time Lecturer, Intensive English Language course for Support staff, Faculty of Education
- Featured Researcher: Research on Innovations in Education Exposition, Faculty of Education, April 2010.
Subject Matter Expert, Faculty of Education and Languages (EFL), Open University Malaysia (OUM), November – December 2009. (Consultancy)
Resource Lecturer (Linguistics for Language Teachers), Department of Education, Republic of the Philippines Certificate Summer Course for language teachers of the National Capital Region; University of the Philippines, April- May 2008.
Designer, Conceptual Framework: Linguistics Volume of the Encyclopedia of Philippine Culture Project, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Republic of the Philippines. 2007.
Senior Lecturer, Department of Filipino, College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines, Diliman. 2000-2006.
Cebuano Language Proficiency Examiner, Department of Filipino, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. 2003-2007.
Professorial Lecturer, Department of Literature and Philippine Languages, College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University, Taft Avenue, Manila, 2000.
Instructor, Department of Linguistics, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Q.C., 1996 -1997
Language Tutor, Christian Language Study Center, 1992-1996
Language Proficiency Tests Developer, (Philippine Languages: Tausug, Yakan, Maranao, Cebuano), US-based client, 2002-2006.
Pedagogical Modules Developer, Ilokano. SY Technology, USA. 2003.
Pedagogical Modules Developer, Cebuano. SY Technology, USA. 2002.
Project Coordinator, Philippine languages entries to a 224-languages-of-the- world dictionary project, Prime Ad! Services GmbH of Germany, 1998
Online Free Lessons/resources:
Cebuano, Filipino, Yakan, Tausug, Chavacano, Ilokano, Tagalog
Language Consultant (Philippine languages): Corporate Translation, Inc. USA (2007-present); Transperfect Translations, USA (2006-2009); The Bigword Translation Services Company, Leeds (2004-2007); Lionbridge, The Netherlands (2004-2007); JTG, Inc., USA (2004); Bowne Global Solutions, Montreal (2003-2005); Bowne Global Solutions Sweden (2003-2004); Allegro Translations Inc., USA (2002); Transparent Language, Inc. Revolutionary Language Software, USA, (1999).
Cebuano Linguistic Projects Consultant, Language Coordinator and Reviewer, FACIT Multilingual Translations Project, Center on Outcomes, Research, and Education (CORE), USA, 2006-2011.
Translator, Our Daily Bread Annual, RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1993-2008.
Perceptions of Form 6 teachers on Action Research implementation
Marohaini Yusoff, Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, Suria Baba, Sailesh Sharma
Border Ethnicities: The Bajau Diaspora
Rodney C. Jubilado, Francisco Perlas Dumanig, Jessie Grace Rubrico, Hanafi Bin Hussin
Collaborative Learning in a multi-racial multi-level English proficiency classroom: An Action Research exploration into enhancing and maximizing learning through group and class collaborations
Action Research (completed)
Learner engagement through ICE: Three takes at Action Research
CAL and TBL: Engaging learners in contextualizing grammar
Photography: Tool for language learning and language use
Comparative Morphosyntax: Web 2.0 engagement for Year 1 TESL students
of Linguistics for Language Teachers
Learning in a multiple-modality classroom
The Facebook – Classroom Interface.
An experiment in learning beyond face-to-face classroom discussions via Facebook, the 24/7 online social network discussion board.
Research in Philippine languages
The Maguindanaw Language ResourcesProject (Maguindanaw: Corpus, Glossary, Morphological Analysis, & Grammar). In collaboration with Dr. Jim Cowie of SAY CRL Computing Research Laboratory Lesser Studied Languages Center, New Mexico State University, New Mexico, USA. November 2006 to May 2007
Research output: Maguindanao Monolingual Text Corpus; Parallel Text Corpus; Named Entity Tagged Text Corpus; Lexicon Text Corpus; Part Of Speech Tagged Text Corpus; Morphologically Tagged Text Corpus. These can be viewed online at the SAY CRL Computing Research Laboratory website:
also at: http://www.sealang.net/maguindanao/dictionary.htm
Ongoing Language Resources Compilation, Language Links Foundation, Inc.
- Compilation of a Cebuano Thesaurus
- Compilation of an English-Cebuano Medical Glossary
- Compilation of A Cebuano-English Dictionary; English-Cebuano Dictionary
- Compilation of a dictionary on Spanish loan words in the Cebuano lexicon
- Phrasebooks of Philippine languages with Audio CD:
- Published: Cebuano, Ilokano, Tausug, Yakan, Chavacano
- For publication: Maranaw, Maguindanaw, Waray, Hiligaynon
Other Research Undertaken:
In collaboration with Dr. Murray Speigel, Speech Research: Languages of the World Bellcore, NJ USA. Translation and voicing over of the Passoverritual from English to Cebuano, Tagalog, Ilokano, Bikol Albay, Bikol Naga, Romblomanon, Kapampangan, Waray, Kinaray-a, Sambal. 1998 – 1999.
Numeral system of some Philippine languages for a research on numerals of Austronesian Languages conducted by Eugene Chan, University of Hong Kong, 1998.
Cebuano, Bikol, Waray, and Kinaray-a lexemes compilation for Prime Ad! Services GmbH of Germany's 224-languages-of-the- world Dictionary Project (1998).
- Trilingual Lexicon Compilation: English-Bahasa Malayu-Cebuano (3- to 5 year-project)
- National Language and Education: The Malaysian Issue and the Philippine Experience.
- Border Ethnicities: Identities, Languages and Cultures. An interdisciplinary research on the identities, languages and cultures of the ethnolinguistic groups along the Malaysian-Philippine border. (Collaborator: Dr. Rodney C. Jubilado and Prof Moses Samuel, University of Malaya).
Conferences, Workshops, Papers
11th Philippine Linguistics Congress, NISMED University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, 07-09 December 2011.
Paper: Filipino Variety of Davao: A linguistic description
Collaborative Action Research Network Conference 2011. Vienna, Austria, 4-6 November 2011
Learner engagement through ICE: Three takes at Action Research
The CAL-TBL tandem under the microscope – Collaboration in Practitioner Research
Of Snapshots and Photographic Eyes: A study on Language Learning and Language Use, Fatimah Hashim and Jessie Grace U Rubrico
Action research in Action: Changing the students, changing the teacher
Marohaini Yusoff and Jessie Grace U. Rubrico
Teachers' perceptions on action research implementation
Marohaini Yusoff, Jessie Grace Rubrico, Sailesh Sharma and Suria Baba
School principals' role in action research implementation: The teacher-researchers' perspective, Suria Baba, Sailesh Sharma, Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, Marohaini Yusoff
Globalizing Local Wisdom in Education. Yogjakarta, Indonesia, 10 May 2011
Paper: Multiple-modality approach to learner engagement
Action Research Seminar and Workshop, Empowering Students in Higher Education through Action Research: Opportunities & Challenges, 12 November 2010, Academic Development Center, University of Malaya
Paper: Facebook It Is! Action Research in Practice
Taylor's 5th Teaching and Learning Conference, October 2010, Taylor's University College Lakeside Campus, Bandar Sunway Kuala Lumpur
Paper: Learning in a Multiple-modality classroom
6th International Conference on Teacher Education (ICTED), July 2010, SEAMEO, Innotech, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines
Paper: Learning and Sharing in a Multiple-modality classroom
Action Research Workshops, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, November 2009 – Nov 2010
Moodle e-learning workshop, Academic Development Centre, University of Malaya, Nov 2009
10th Linguistic Congress, University of the Philippines, Diliman, December 2008
9th Linguistic Congress, University of the Philippines Diliman, January 2006
Chapters in a book
Rubrico, J.G.U. (in press). Going Facebook! Action Research in practice. In Hashim, F. (ed). Researching Teaching in Higher Education: Our paths to surrender. Pearson International.
Rubrico, J.G.U. (in press). Feedback and washback effect in a multiple-modality environment: Data from an action research study. In Hashim, F. (ed). Researching Teaching in Higher Education: Our paths to surrender. Pearson International.
Rubrico, J.G.U. (in press). Learning in a multiple-modality classroom. Journal in Interdisciplinary Research in Education. Kuala Lumpur: Taylor's University Press.
Rubrico, J.G.U. & Othman, A.J. (in press). Facebook Can! An argument for engaging learners. Masalah Pendidikan (Issues in Education) 2011. Fakulti Pendidikan Universiti Malaya.
Rubrico, J.G.U. Indigenization of Filipino Language: The Davao Variety (under review).
Australian Journal of Linguistics.
Magbinisaya Kita (Cebuano Primer 1). 2007. Quezon City: Language Links Foundation, Inc. ISBN 978-971-93688-0-9-3 (Printed in the USA by Amazon.com).
Magbissara Kita Tausug (Tausug Phrasebook). 2007. Quezon City: Language Links Foundation, Inc. ISBN 978-971-93688-6-1; CD Format, ISBN 978-971-93688- 7-8.
Megbissa Kite Yakan (Yakan Phrasebook). 2007. Quezon City: Language Links Foundation, Inc. ISBN 978-971-936688-2-3; CD Format, ISBN 978-971-936688-3-0.
Kumbersa Kita Chavacano (Chavacano Phrasebook). 2007. Quezon City: Language Links Foundation, Inc. ISBN 978-971-93688-8-5; CD Format, ISBN 978-971-93688-9-2.
Magbinisaya Kita Phrasebook For Tourist. 2007. Quezon City: Language Links Foundation, Inc. ISBN 978-971-93688-4-7; CD Format, ISBN 978-971-93688-5-4.
Magbinisaya Kita Module 2. 2003. Quezon City: IJR Links and Consultants. ISBN:971-93021-9-4.
Wika (Language). 1999. In Prospero Covar (ed). Mga Babasahin sa Agham Panlipunan 1 (Readings in Social Science 1). Quezon City: Sentro ng Wikang Filipino, University of the Philippines System, UP Diliman.
Magbinisaya Kita (Cebuano Primer 1). 1999. Quezon City: IJR Links and Consultants.
Magbinisaya Kita Phrasebook 1. 1999. Quezon City: IJR Links and Consultants.
Atong Kalan-on sa Adlaw-adlaw (Our Daily Bread Annual in Cebuano). Volumes I- XIV (1995-2008). RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids Michigan, USA.
Editing for Publication
The Computation of Simple Verbal Clauses in Cebuano: Minimalist Framework
Cebuano Intermediate Course (80-lesson pedagogical volume)
Ilokano Intermediate Course (80-lesson pedagogical volume)
Maguindanaw Language: Corpus, Glossary, Morphological Analysis, & Grammar
Compiling for courses taught
Linguistics for Language Teachers Module
Language Learning and Language Use Module
Komputasyon ng Mga Simpleng Verbal Klos sa Cebuano Batay sa Minimalist Program. (The Computation of Simple Verbal Clauses in Cebuano Based on the Minimalist Framework). 2006. PhD Dissertation. http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/onlinepapers.html
The Common Pitfalls of Medical Translations from English to Cebuano (Abstract of a paper read at the 10th Linguistic Congress, University of the Philippines Diliman, 10-12 Dec 2008).
Ang Barayti ng Wikang Filipino sa Syudad ng Dabaw: Isang Paglalarawang Panglinggwistika (The Filipino language Variety in Davao City: A Linguistic Description). http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/paper.wikadabaw.pdf
The Metamorphosis of Filipino as National Language
Featured in the following websites:
Translated to Filipino:
English Words in the Filipino Lexicon
The Languages of the Philippines
The Languages of the Philippines and the places where they are spoken
A Classification of Twenty-Nine Contemporary Philippine Languages
Cardinal Numbers in Selected Philippine Languages
Linggwistiks Para sa mga Mag-aaral ng Agham Panlipunan 1 (Linguistics for Social Science 1 Students). http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/wika_p1.html
Katayuan at Ambag ng Linggwistiks sa Pilipinas (1898-1998) (State and Significance of One Hundred Years of Linguistics in the Philippines, 1898-1998).
Ang Istruktura ng mga Verbal Klos sa Cebuano (Structure of Cebuano Verbal Clauses).
Klasifikasyon ng mga Salitang Ugat sa Sebwano: Isang Proposal (Classification of Cebuano Rootwords: A proposal) http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/fil_sebwano.pdf
Some of the Cebuano Words Recorded by Pigafetta in 1521
English Loan Words in Cebuano from Wolff (1969)
A Chronological Inventory of Lexical Works in Cebuano: 1521 to 1990 with partial and selective annotations. http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/fil_chro.html
A Brief Review of Some Cebuano Dictionaries
CEBUANO-ENGLISH Sample Dictionary http://www.languagelinks.org/onlinepapers/fil_sdic.html
EZINE : http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Jessie_Grace_Rubrico
Building Words in Bisaya Part 1
Building Words in Bisaya Part 2
The Difference Between Bisaya, Binisaya, Visayan and Cebuano
Blogspot: http://drjessie.wordpress.com (Innovations in Education)
Are final marks the linchpin of education?
Online Free Lessons/resources:
Cebuano, Filipino, Yakan, Tausug, Chavacano, Ilokano, Tagalog
- Conceptual Framework for the Linguistics Volume of the Philippine Culture Encyclopedia Project, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Republic of the Philippines.
- Philippine Languages: Issues, Trends and Globalization
- An Annotated Bibliography of Works and Studies on the History, Structure and Lexicon of the Cebuano Language: 1610 to 1996. 1997. MA Thesis, University of the Philippines.
- Phrase Structure and Transformation Rules in Cebuano
- The Phonology of Philippine Standard English
- Philippine G-Languages and the RGH Law
- Derivation and Subcategorization of some verbs in Cebuano
- The Morpheme SA in Cebuano
- Some word derivation processes in Filipino slang
- Pagbubuo at Subkategorisasyon ng ilang mga verb sa Cebuano (Derivation and Subcategorization of some Cebuano verbs)
- Comparative Study of the Personal Pronouns of Binukid, Waray, and Casiguran Dumagat
- Ang Panghalip at ang Pakikipagkapwa ng mga Filipino (The role of pronouns in the interpersonal relations among Filipinos) with Felipe Jocano, Jr., et. al.
- Ang mga Manobo, Bagobo, at T'boli at ang kani-kanilang mga pananaw sa kanilang mundo sa larangan ng kosmolohiya, kapangyarihan, kaginhawaan, politikal at sosyal. (The Manobos, the Bagobos, and the T'boli and their respective world views on the domains of cosmology, power, well-being, politics and society.)
- Project Manager, The Maguindanaw Resource Project, SAY-CRL, New Mexico State University, 2006-2007.
- Projects Manager and Consultant, Language Links, 1999-2009.
- Linguistic Projects Consultant: linguistic review and/or linguistic coordination for translation
output in Philippine languages.
- Project Coordinator, Mga Babasahin sa Agham Panlipunan 1 (Readings in Social Science 1),
Textbook Project, Sentro ng Wikang Filipino, University of the Philippines System, 1997-1999.
- Project Manager, Christian Democrats International Translation Project of the Primer on the
Constitution of the Philippines by former Senator Raul Manglapus from English to Bikol,
Kinaray-a, Waray, Cebuano, and Spanish. (1998).
- Project Coordinator, Prime Ad! Services GmbH of Germany (1998): Provided the Cebuano, Bikol, Tagalog, Hiligaynon and Kinaray-a texts for its 224 languages of the world Dictionary Project .
- Networker for Philippine languages translators. 1997 to Present. Translates or provides translators for Philippine languages: Filipino, Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilokano, Bikol, Hiligaynon, Kinaray-a/Panayano, Waray, Tausug.
- President, University of the Philippines-Church of the Risen Lord Choir, University of the Philippines Ecumenical Ministry, 1997 to 2002. Coordinated all the programs of the Choir Ministry --Scholarship, Outreach (local and national), Skills Enhancement, Spiritual Nurture, Membership, regular concerts, and other projects and activities of the Choir.
- Project Manager, Languages of the World Bellcore's Translation and voicing over of the Passoverritual from English to Cebuano Tagalog, Ilokano, Bikol Albay, Bikol Naga, Romblomanon, Kapampangan, Waray, Kinaray-a, Sambal. 1998 – 1999.
- Moderator and Owner- CyberPilgrims Initiatives, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cyberpilgrims_initiatives/ and
CyberPilgrims Online, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cyberpilgrims/; the cyber forum of Pilgrim Christian College (formerly Pilgrim Institute, Cagayan de Oro City) stakeholders who are willing to help Pilgrim.
Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN), Member
Linguistics Society of the Philippines, Member
University of Malaya, Visiting Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education
University of Malaya Action Research Group, Member
Language Links Foundation, Inc., Co-founder (http://languagelinks.org/foundation/index.html)
Ezine Magazine, Expert Author: http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Jessie_Grace_Rubrico