I'm a Filipino and a Filipino (Tagalog) native speaker. I have a degree in public administration from the Marinduque State College. I have a teaching experience as part of my internship. I write spoken word poetry pieces written in the Filipino language because I love the Filipino language and it's my favorite medium when joining writing competitions. I love reading especially law books because I'm planning to enter law school. I'm also an artist who makes portraits. I also love joining volunteer missions like gift-giving activities because I love helping people.
I'm not only a Filipino speaker but also an English speaker. Currently, I'm pursuing my TEFL certification.
Me as a Teacher
As a teacher, I always make sure that my class is always lively and interesting. I do not put too much pressure on my students because I know that learning a second language is not easy. Rather, I encourage them to be themselves and allow themselves to commit mistakes because those are part of the learning process and reaching their full potential. Also, I ensure that I provide an inclusive learning environment to make my students regardless of their age, gender, level of education, or background, feel comfortable.
For English language, I teach elementary and intermediate students.
For Filipino/Tagalog language, I teach beginners up to proficient students.
My lessons & teaching style
My way of teaching is student-centered. To encourage greater student involvement in the learning process, and independent learning, I act as a facilitator rather than merely a lecturer. For an effective teaching, I utilize presentations and articles which I ensure are always fun and interesting.
My teaching material
Articles and news
Filipino (Tagalog) Lessons
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Learning How to Speak Filipino (Tagalog) for Beginners (Kids, Teens, and Adults)