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NICK JOAQUIN'S POP STORIES FOR GROOVY KIDS

In the spate of planning sessions we had in preparation for our upcoming Literacy Month activities, I got to thinking about reviving Nick Joaquin’s Pop Stories for Groovy Kids, which is made up of two collections, the Green and Red series. 354 more words

Books

Literary Tuesday: At the Closing of the Door

It’s Tuesday! On this space, that means it’s time for another Literary Tuesday! Today, I present to you, At the Closing of the Door by Angela Manalang Gloria. 216 more words

Angela Manalang Gloria

SYNCHRONICITY

SYNCHRONICITY
Erle Frayne Argonza y Delago

Far apart are two minds who’d never
Caught a glimpse of each other’s name
‘Til one day
Unbeknown to them… 34 more words

Poetry

Heaven on Earth: The 35th Manila International Book Fair

by Kachi Parado

For three years now, the Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) has had a place in my planner every September. It’s even become a tradition between my two friends and I! 800 more words

Books

Literary Tuesday: To The Man I Married

When I was but a young girl, one of my cheesy habits was writing poems. I called it cheesy because I wasn’t very proud of it. 379 more words

Angela Manalang Gloria

Class Project (for Literature and History)

RULES

  • Choose two projects among the given options.
  • Prepare a project proposal. Maximum of 10 pages. It should include a background of your chosen project, overview of the plan, list of roles/tasks per individual, budget, gantt chart, etc.
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Class Agenda (10/21-10/27)

(Spot what’s wrong/interesting in the photo)

October 21, Tuesday

(Jopson, Lacaba, Barros)

  • Session on “The Coming of the West.”
  • Assigned text: “Under Imperial Spain (Chapter 5)” in History of the Filipino People (8th Edition) by Teodoro Agoncillo.
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