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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Serial reading teachers list

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Our thanks to the Teachers from as far as Benguet Province in the North Cotabato in the south – for their interest in the INQUIRER in Education (IIE) new series for young readers slate for September.

Unfortunately, we can only provide copies of the INQUIRER donated by Bench to a limited number of a Grade 3 or 4 classes for the eight Mondays that this section will be running the series.

Here is a partial list of those selected to be our partner teachers. We will publish more names next week.

Eva B. Imingan (Olongapo City)
Delia V. Sahagun (Olongapo City)
Pauline A. Angolluan (Quezon City)
Rene M. Buswilan (Baguio)
Erlinda Dayrit (Makati)
Nancy Annie D. dela Paz (Fairview, QC)
Leah A. De Leon (Marikina)
Marisse Eng (Makati)
Hildegarde T. Enriquez (Mandaluyong)
Freda Kiniway (Baguio)
Michael L. Mamon (Makati)
Arnold O. Muñoz (Valenzuela)
Marcela B. Okyo (Baguio)
Zacarias A. Penoliar (Makati)
Jose Perez (Muntinlupa)
Magdalena S. Rosopa (San Juan)
Marivi San Juan (Muntinlupa)
Michelle T. Tacolog (Makati)
Mariela Torres (Muntinlupa)
Lourdes Velasco (baguio)

The above must participate in the “Learning with the INQUIRER” workshop on Aug. 20 at 1-4 p.m., 2nd floor, PDI bldg., on Chino Roces Ave. corner Yague and Mascardo Sts., Makati City, before they can qualify to teach the series and receive free copies of the newspaper for their English or science classes. Sorry, no workshop, no free newspaper.

Partner teachers must confirm attendance by Aug. 14 either by e-mail to learning @ inquirer.com.ph or by text to 0917-8282466 or 0918-3824061 or 0922-8182941.


If any partner teacher is unable to attend the workshop, another teacher from the sign-up list will be selected to take his/her place.

--By. Chelo Banal Formoso – Inquirer

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