Mga nasagap kong balita sa
1. Uso pa rin ang pamamalo. May iba’t ibang laki at taba ng yantok na mabibili sa mga lumang tindahan, depende sa laki ng batang papaluin.
2. Hindi pwedeng pag-usapan ang yaman ng pamilyang Lee, ang namumuno sa bansa.
3. Bawal ang chewing gum. Ang gum na maari lamang ibenta sa
4. Multikultural ang
5. 100,000 raw sa tatlong milyong Singaporeans ay nakakulong.
6. May gangs sa
7. Meritokratikong lipunan ang
8. Kapag mataba kang bata, inihihiwalay ka kapag recess para mag-ehersisyo at dumaan sa programa hinggil sa tamang pagkain.
9. Mga Filipino raw ang unang nag-landscape ng
10. Mga alas-siete sumisikat ang araw kaya kapag gumising ka ng ala-sais ay madilim pa ang paligid.
Bakit hindi ito sinabi sa kontratang sinang-ayunan ko?
Prior to my teaching at ^&*, my acquaintance of
When I was invited to become a visiting fellow at the #$% Department, my attraction to accept came from the scholarly efficiency and academic reputation of ^&*. Having also taught at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies, I thought I had enough background to interact with foreign students.
It is now my second semester of teaching at ^&*, and it is still a learning grove for me. Associate Professor summed it up in a conversation, teaching is culture-bound. ^&* has a different set-up of student learning—big lectures and smaller tutorials. My teaching experience at the University of the
Leading the lectures here entailed a different set of skills. One had to act “big” in front of a class of 150 or 200 students. It is quite difficult to ask students a question other than those answerable by short responses. It is usually a show of hands that I get students to participate in the lectures. The tutorials too had their own dynamics. Lectures discussed an argument, tutorials explained the finer points of the readings and allowed students to reflect more freely with the connections being made between theory and their own lives.
What I had expected to be a parochial existence in
Like in most new places I have been too, I bask in the pleasure of discovering something new in the process of exploring