Folk Dancing is In

Sophia Montefalcon and Antonio Aragon, both pupils of Grade V-Chronicles of the Philippine Christian University- Elementary School Department (PCU-ESD), display their talents in dancing the national folk dance, “Tinikling.” Actually, all students enrolled in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (Mapeh) subject from Grade 3 to Grade 6 were taught the rudiments of folk dancing; a graded performance by the fourth grading period follows.  Mrs. Florence Prado, Mapeh teacher, said the pupils “must exhibit knowledge and skills in folk dancing because it is a part of their heritage as Filipinos.”

(Photo by Florence Prado and text by Rosalina Sumagui)

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