Personal Vent on Korean Language over Filipino

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leosmith wrote:
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Formalized in 2017, Korean is just one of the 5 currently implemented Special Program in Foreign Language (SPFL) classes, which teach Spanish, French, German, Chinese, and Japanese

Yeah, I saw that too. So is the secretary bad at counting?

Ah, my friend, I must sadly tell you that when it comes to Philippine public figures, that is not a first. ^_^;;

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Rai.S. wrote:
ikaymoreno wrote:

To be honest, I felt like the Filipino subjects in high school were a waste of time. I really didn't feel like I was learning anything.

Right. It's one of those subjects that make us feel sleepy. But still, teachers and even the government should find a way on how to make the subject more interesting and engaging to students, right?


Personally, I never had a Filipino teacher who was genuinely passionate about teaching it. My college professor was the first one who treated it as if it was a "major subject." And I absolutely loved every class with him.



If we can have more elementary and high school teachers who aren't just going through the motions, that'd be awesome.

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