May 4, 2015, was the first day of the three-day English Skills Training for teachers in Laguna State Polytechnic University, Santa Cruz Main Campus attended by around fifty (50) faculty members from the four campuses of the LSPU System
This training program is an offshoot of the academic partnership of LSPU and WorldWideLink Educational Development Inc. forged on February 5, 2015, at Intramuros, Manila. The activity was initiated by the Office of International Affairs in collaboration with the College of Teacher Education, under the supervision of the Vice-President for External Affairs.
This training program is an off-shoot of the academic partnership of LSPU and WorldWideLink Educational Development Inc. forged on February 5, 2015, at Intramuros, Manila. The activity was initiated by the Office of International Affairs in collaboration with the College of Teacher Education, under the supervision of the Vice-President for External Affairs.
The training included also the visual presentation on terminologies per discipline and the corresponding application and correct pronunciation, and the introduction of the commonly mispronounced words by Filipinos.
On the second day of the training, the participants did group presentation of visual vocabulary by campus which made the room filled with laughter and expected productive noise. Everyone showed admirable cooperation, evidenced by the unity, team building and bonding by campus participants. Once in a while, it feels good to be a student to learn and unlearn, train and retrain and become not only a better teacher but a better person as well. Friendship was obviously renewed among each other during the rehearsals of each group performances.
The last day was very reminiscing because of the individual assessment where each teacher was given time for a three-minute teaching demonstration. The teacher-participants demonstrated courage and talent in the teaching of different areas which amazed the trainers. The final group performances were highly applauded and appreciated by guests and participants because of the demonstrated harmony within the group.
The culminating part was the distribution of certificates which was graced by Mr. Hee Soo Kang, President of WED, and Dr. Ricardo F. Wagan III, LSPU VP for External Affairs, along with two other WED officials. The success of the training was indebted to the administrative support extended by the LSPU Administration, through its President, Dr. N. de Vera, the Campus Directors, and the WED through its President Mr. Hee Soo Kang, and all the WED trainers and staff.
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