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Friday, November 29, 2013

How to teach foreign language and propagate cultural diversities to Filipinos

In the Philippines it is not only enough to have taught foreign languages but also to have propagated cultural diversities. According to FrancoPhil organizers, a new, fresh and exciting French cultural season in the Philippines, otherwise known as FrancoPhil, the 2011 French cultural season is a play on the word "Francophile," meaning a lover of French culture, and is a celebration of the ties that bind French and Filipino culture. The word also signals the expansion of the cultural season to other major cities such as Cebu, as well as highlights the collaboration between French and Filipino artists in many of the events. The FrancoPhil program, spread throughout the year, is a sustained mission to bring French culture to the greater Filipino public, which usually sees French events as "too highbrow" or too distant from their everyday lives.

Guindaruhan National High School, upon special consent and permit from DepEd-NCR to transfer the teaching and learning French language, will cater the special program for foreign language to selected 3rd year and 4th year students hopefully by next year for the gradual transitions from one station to another station and from MNSHS students to GNHS students. French language will be taught by the school head Dr. Ermetes F. Adolfo, Jr.

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