Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Mistakes to avoid before planning a lesson


When you are a teacher, a big part of the challenges that you face involves getting your lessons right. Unless they are well planned from the start, it is much less likely that they will run smoothly and your pupils will get the learning experience they richly need and deserve. As well as learning a few of the top tips that will help your lessons to go smoothly, it is also worth knowing and understanding a few of the major mistakes you should avoid. This way, you know what not to do as well as what to do, which will certainly help you out in a big way. So, let’s look closer into a few of the mistakes that are made time and time again in lesson planning.

Not having a clear end goal

While you can plan a fantastic lesson with all the bells and whistles using resources like, if you do not have a clear end goal in mind, it is much more likely that your lesson will meander on without a purpose. Therefore, you need to start with the idea of what you want the kids to take away from the class in the first place. This way, everything you plan out will have this firmly in mind and be geared toward this direction. While you may have the best idea for a lesson in the world, if you don’t set it up properly, it will not achieve its aim and will be ultimately useless.

Taking exactly the same lesson from someone else

While it is all well and good to get some resources from elsewhere, you should avoid simply copying and pasting a lesson plan from somewhere else, as your students will not be able to learn effectively that way. This will likely lead to a situation where you will become complacent, and it also won’t be adapted to the individual needs of your class at the heart of the plan. Even if you are the one who planned the lesson in the past, it is still going to be worth taking a closer look to determine whether it needs some

Not prepping all the materials thoroughly

A big part of the lesson will come down to the materials you require to complete the job. This means ensuring that you prep all of your materials ahead of time and check that they are all in the right condition. For example, many teachers rely on tech in the modern world to help them out in their lessons. However, it would help if you made sure that there are no technical issues that will derail your lesson before it has even had a chance to get properly started.

Monday, September 25, 2023

Topping Up: Investing in Your Gaming Passion or Unnecessary Expense?


Sa mundo ng gaming, siguro familiar ka na sa term na "topping up" Eto 'yung proseso kung saan nag-a-add tayo ng additional funds or resources sa ating game accounts para maka-bili ng in-game items, DLCs (Downloadable Content), at iba pa.

Baka na-notice mo rin na sa mga panahon ngayon, lalong tumataas ang popularity ng mga games like Mobile Legends na free-to-play, pero mayroong premium features or items na puwede mong bilhin. Ito ang nagiging paraan ng maraming game developers para kumita, habang nagbibigay sa atin ng option na i-upgrade ang ating gaming experience kung gusto natin.

So, worth it ba ang mag-top up? O baka naman it's just an unnecessary expense? Tara at alamin natin!

Wednesday, September 20, 2023



THE Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Philippine Madrigal Singers will perform in the Pasig Cathedral on September 22, 2023, at 7 p.m.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The event, dubbed "Musikang Handog kay Inmaculada Concepcion sa 450 Taon ng Simbahan at Bayan ng Pasig," is part of the CCP, PPO, and Madz's commitment to foster music appreciation through outreach concerts in various communities and regions across the country.

The PPO will perform classical compositions as well as modern OPM and Broadway music under the direction of Maestro Herminigildo Ranera, while the Madz will steal the show with their vocal talent.

Both the CCP and the PPO hope that this concert will bring comfort and warmth to a wide range of audiences. Despite the continuing reconstruction of the CCP Main Building, CCP's programs, shows, and projects have expanded beyond the complex's boundaries to bring world-class creative experiences to an increasing number of Filipino audiences while promoting and preserving the finest of Filipino arts and culture.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral - Diocese of Pasig, Comite de Festejos de Pasig 2023, Office of the Lone District Representative of Pasig, City Government of Pasig; Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara, Bishop of Pasig; Hon. Pasig City Congressman Roman T. Romulo; Hon. Pasig City Mayor Vico N. Sotto; Hon. Dodot B. Jaworski, Vice-Mayor of Pasig and Members of the 11th Sangguniang Panlungsod; Rev. Fr. Mariano L. Baranda, Rector & Parish Priest of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral; and Jovito V. Gertes & Marinella A. Salem, Presidente & Presidenta of the Comite de Festejos de Pasig 2023.

The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra is the country’s leading orchestra and is widely regarded as one of the top musical ensembles in the Asia-Pacific region.  The PPO has performed with many of the world’s renowned conductors including Mendi Rodan, Piero Gamba, Enrique Batis, Sebastian Bereau, and Nicholas Koch.  It has also performed with the best foreign and Filipino artists such as Van Cliburn, Renata Tebaldi, Judith Engel, Anthony Camden, David Benoit, Cecile Licad, Raul Sunico, and Lea Salonga.



Crizza Jayne Acosta Urmeneta

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity knocked on the doors of young dancers from the regions Crizza Jayne Acosta Urmeneta, Alyanna Dexel Torte, Chris Jay Malipot, Maron Mabana, and Erica Patoc, as they would be working under National Artist Alice Reyes and performing with the artists of Alice Reyes Dance Philippines (ARDP) and Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Professional Artist Support Program (PASP)

Chris Jay Malipot

The CCP PASP - Regional Dance Training Program (RDTP) is designed and operated by the CCP as part of its commitment to reach out to the regional network and assist the growth of dancers situated in the regions through online dance technique lessons provided by the CCP.

Chosen CCP PASP – RDTP participants and endorsed dancers from the regions are then selected to participate in the CCP-PASP Regional Dancers’ Residency Program (RDRP). The program provides dancers from the regions the opportunity to train at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and other venues with the Artists of the CCP PASP.

Maron Mabana

Working and performing alongside professional dancers in daily dance technique classes and rehearsals in classical ballet, modern and contemporary dance; and mentorship under guest artists, teachers, and choreographers, including National Artists for Dance, in the study of original Filipino dance repertoire, will expose them to the highest standard of a professional dance career.

Erica Patoc

The Regional Dancers' Residency Program culminates in the presentation of its participants in professional dance production performances with the CCP PASP Artists at the CCP or alternate venue/s. During the residency training program in Manila, participants get stipends.

“At the end of the six-month program, the participants performed in full dance productions. And they go beyond the program and expand their horizons. The goal is to provide opportunities for regional artists and dancers to experience and perform on professional stages with fellow professional dancers and choreographers on Filipino masterpieces and productions,” shared CCP Arts Education Department Associate Artistic Director Eva Mari Salvador.

Urmeneta and Torte were participants of the CCP PASP- RDTP, meanwhile Malipot, Mabana, and Patoc were newly-endorsed scholars. 

Common Gynecological Concerns Women Should Not Ignore


Women’s health is a topic of utmost importance, and it’s essential for every woman to be aware of common gynecological concerns that can affect their well-being. While some issues may be minor, others could indicate a more significant problem. Regular check-ups and prompt attention to these concerns can help women maintain good gynecological health. This article will discuss some common gynecological concerns that women should not ignore.

1. Irregular Menstrual Cycles

Irregular periods, whether they are unusually heavy, frequent, or absent, can be a sign of various underlying issues, including hormonal imbalances, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), thyroid problems, or uterine conditions. Tracking your menstrual cycles and discussing any irregularities with your gynecologist or a specialist clinic for women’s health, like the London Pregnancy Clinic, if you believe the cause of your missed period is the result of pregnancy, but the home tests aren’t 100% clear. Whenever you have issues with your cycles, it is crucial to identify and address the root cause.

2. Painful Periods (Dysmenorrhea)

While some discomfort during menstruation is normal, severe pain (dysmenorrhea) that interferes with daily life could be indicative of conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). These conditions require medical evaluation and treatment to manage symptoms effectively.

3. Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

Any unusual vaginal bleeding between periods, after menopause, or during sexual intercourse should be investigated promptly. It can be a sign of infections, hormonal imbalances, cervical or uterine polyps, or even cervical cancer. Early detection is crucial for the best possible outcomes.

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