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DIRECT EXPOSURE

Pupils of Grade VI from the Philippine Christian University (PCU) – Dasmariñas Campus man the booth of ACJ Online Shopping to promote the site’s products. The field trip to Kidzania Manila last February 20 was meant to expose the pupils of the Elementary Department to the actual business environment. “I am glad that many pupils joined this activity,” said elementary principal Dr. Lenalee Borromeo. “This is one way of furthering the pupils’ educational experience.”  (Photo and text by Rosalina B. Sumagui)

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LITTLE PIZZA CHEFS

LGrade VI pupils of the Philippine Christian University (PCU) – Dasmariñas Campus make their own pizza pies when they visited the Pizza Hut Restaurant in SM Dasmariñas last February 18. The visit was part of their entrepreneurship lesson in Home Economics and Livelihood Education (HELE) class. “The pupils really enjoyed designing, putting toppings, and eating the pizza they themselves made,” said Mrs. Melanie Mendoza, a teacher of HELE. “This is fun and educational, too.” (Photo by Melanie Mendoza and text by Rosalina B. Sumagui)

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LEARNING BY DOING

The Grade VI-Judges of Philippine Christian University Dasmarinas Campus engage themselves in book selling with discount. This is one of their activity in Math, where each of them brought books they can sell with discount.  “It is really fun while selling books and computing its discount, it is like playing,” said Danjo Ibanez one of the Grade VI-Judges pupils.

 (Credit: Text and photo by Rosalina B. Sumagui)

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LINKING WITH FRIENDS

Students of Grade 12 K-Caleb of the Humanities and Social Sciences (HumSS) listen to music during their vacant hour. It is common to see students of the Philippine Christian University (PCU) enjoying a sing-along session or a music jam during breaks. “Through music, we could link, bond, and make connections with friends,” said guitarist Kenneth Abad (center). (Photo and text by Martin C. Cardaño) )

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FOR STUDENTS’ IMPROVEMENT

Research teacher Roberto dela Rosa proofreads Chapter 1 of a paper submitted by one of Grade 12 Technical-Vocational and Livelihood (TVL) students. Dela Rosa spends his vacant hours in checking students’ written work in order to provide feedback for the enhancement of the research work. “Teaching is a passion—you need to give quality time and devotion to it,” he said. (Photo by Martin Cardaño)

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TESTING THE ATHLETES’ SKILLS.

Joshua Nullan (left) and Vincent Muca, both students of Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) strand of the Philippine Christian University (PCU)—Senior High School Department (SHSD), test each one’s skills in the game of table tennis during a try-out held last February 12 to help the coaches decide who deserve to compete in the much-awaited sports event. The try-out was part of the preparation for the SHSD Intramurals scheduled on March 25-26, 2019. “Ibinibigay talaga ng mga nagta-try out ang best nila. Doon mo makikita ang kanilang competitiveness and desire to win,” said Ms. Excel Arididon, teacher-coach of table tennis. (Photo and text by Jahzeel Barredo)

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CAPTION-WRITING SEMINAR

Web content writer Fort Nicolas (second from left) demonstrates how to compose an effective caption to participants, mostly faculty members, who look intently at the monitor while others proceed in applying the lesson they just learned during the workshop held at the computer room of the PCU Dasmariñas Campus recently. The Information Technology Department (ITD) of the Philippine Christian University (PCU) recently launched a series of writing workshops to ensure consistent and quality supply of content for the University’s website and other social media platforms. “Writing is a craft,” Mr. Nicolas told the participants. “You have to do it again and again and again to be good at it.” (Photo by Jun Dizon)

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BIBLE WEEK CELEBRATION

Philippine Christian University Elementary School Department (PCU-ESD) starts the event with a parade. Each of the children hold a flaglet bearing the verse John 1:1. During the week the children read the book of John. “Let’s make it a habit to read the Bible, it will strengthen  our faith,  said Mrs. Lourdes Juan, Christian Formation Elementary Coordinator. (Credit: Text and Photo by Rosalina B. Sumagui)