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Philippine Science High School-Central Mindanao Campus

Group Process Approach

An Evaluation

Jay Sam D. Andos

English 6 Effective Communication for Pre-University Students 2

September 25, 2017


As part of the countrys yearly celebration of the National Language Month,
Philippine Science High School Central Mindanao Campus took part in the celebration
through a two-day event on August 31 and September 1 of 2017 themed Filipino: Wikang
Mapagbago recognizing the national language as a language of change intended for the
constituents of the school especially the scholars. In connection to this, the faculty of the
said school spearheaded the two-day celebration that held 5 different events: namely, the
Spoken Word Poetry and the Creative Writing on the first day and the Pista sa Nayon,
the Tagisan ng Talino and G. at Bb. Buwan ng Wika 2017 on the second day. The
celebration was made possible through the efforts of the school and the different
committees and through the cooperation of all the scholars. The celebration was also
made possible because of the effective communication that was present between the
school as the source of information that gives out the activities and the scholars as the
receiver that participates in the activities prepared by the school faculty.
This celebration consisted of a main committee, 6 sub-committees and the
scholars, each with different roles and functions. Firstly, the main committee was known
as the overall committee or the event organizers that oversees the greater scope and the
overall outlook of the Buwan ng Wika celebration chaired and vice-chaired by Ms. Czariza
Mae J. Cortez and Mr. Jan Mellrick Dugenio respectively. The main committee assigns
different tasks to each committees and, from time to time, checks on the
accomplishments, status and reports of the different sub-committees prior, during and
after the event. Next were the 6 sub-committees consisting of: (1) The Decoration
Committee, chaired by Ms. Beverly S. Nobleza with Mr. Rolex B. Teologia, Marilou V.
Cabili and Mr. Ray Jatico as the members, was tasked to oversee the design and
creativity of the program including the stage decorations, arrangements and audiences
area (faculty and staffs, scholars and guests) and also tasked to report back the
committees accomplishments and status to the overall chairperson; (2) The Program
Committee, chaired by Mr. Carl Kevin P. Sapio with Mr. Arvin Paul Sumobay and Ms.
Annalisa G. Mortola as members, was tasked to oversee the flow of the program such as
the itinerary, the start and end, introduction of the different events and speakers and many
others and also tasked to report back the committees status and accomplishments to the
overall chairperson; (3) The Pageant Committee, chaired by Ms. Perlita M. Requino with
Mr. Rodel Marayan, Ms. Maria Luisa Cala and Ms. Mary Rose Gran as members, was
tasked to facilitate and oversee the flow of the Bb. at G. Buwan ng Wika 2017 including
the choreography, the pageant order and the awarding ceremony and also tasked to
report back to the overall chairperson the committees status and accomplishments; (4)
The Spoken Word Poetry and Creative Writing Committee, chaired by Ms. Rizza Marie
B. Gonzales with Ms. Jove L. Cabanatan and Jefferson R. Pabalay as members, was
tasked to facilitate the contest on poetry and writing and also tasked to report back to the
overall chairperson the committees status and accomplishments; and (5) The Evaluation
Committee, chaired by Ms. Maria Genile G. Caballero with Ms. May Flor M. Zaldivar and
Mr. Joel R. Hubahib as members, was tasked to evaluate the program and celebration as
a whole in terms of its location/venue, flow, resource speaker/facilitators knowledge and
participation of the scholars and also tasked to report back any status and
accomplishments of the committee to the overall chairperson. The organizers have also
invited a resource speaker, Mr. Chem Pantorilla, imparting his comprehensive knowledge
on the importance of the national language as a language of change to the constituents
of the school especially to the scholars and a special guest, Ms. Juvina Gaye Brioso, for
her special presentation of a spoken poetry in Filipino. Lastly, the scholars are expected
to cooperate and learn the importance of the national language by participating the
different events prepared by the organizers of the celebration, be it as a class, as a batch
or as individual.
The mechanics of all the events to be participated by the scholars were given by
the event organizers, relayed through the class presidents of each sections and passed
on to the whole batch. On the first day, the events were the Creative Writing and the
Spoken Writing Contest with both contests requiring 1 representative from each year
levels as contestants. The contestants for the Creative Writing were judged according to
their outputs submitted, rated by content, grammar and creativity, with the said contest
won by a 10th grader Jadel Dungog. The Spoken Poetry contestants were judged
according to their pieces presented, rated by content, delivery of message, manner,
confidence and audience impact, with the said contest won by an 8 th grader Kyle Valerie
Yuson. On the second day, the events were the Pista sa Nayon, Tagisan ng Talino and
Bb. at G. Buwan ng Wika 2017. The Pista sa Nayon Contest required each batch to
prepare sets of Filipino food that it must contain three varieties of a particular food and
judged according to creativity, delivery of presentation, knowledge of the presentation
and cleanliness with the said contest won by the 12th grade. The Tagisan ng Talino
Contest required 2 representatives from each class (except 7th graders) in which each
representative would join the other year levels creating a six-member group of different
year levels and judged according to their knowledge on Filipino language, with the said
contest won by Stephen Ray Soco, Shania F. Gonzaga, Alexander Bello and Eleanor
Radaza. The Bb. at G. Buwan ng Wika 2017 required a pair representative from each
year levels as contestants and judged according to their talent, speech delivery and attire,
with the said contest won by an 8th grader and a 10th grader, Nelsein Lagus and Jahshbin
Malic Mayo respectively. Also, the resource speaker and the special guest had also
shared what they know about the Filipino language through a formal talk addressed to
the constituents of the school especially the scholars.
The different events had helped in the attainment of the objectives of the
celebration. It had helped instill the importance of national language through participating
in the different activities. It had also helped promote the use of Filipino language as a
means of communication. The activity was well-organized. The resource
speaker/facilitator had demonstrated comprehensive knowledge and experience of the
topic. The activities were also very strict with time where it started and ended on time as
planned, that, in general, the time allotted for the culmination was enough for the
attainment of the objectives. However, the venue was not that prepared by the organizers
especially the audience lounge where some scholars were scattered all over the venue
and stage decorations where it lacked creativity and design to add color and make the
event visually appealing.
In conclusion, it is good that the school have implemented this type of activity of
the scholars to value the use of national language where it had invited resource speaker
and guests from other schools imparting what they know about the national language to
the constituents of the school. The event was made possible through the earnest efforts
of the school faculty and utmost participation of the scholars. There was communication
and coordination with the main committee and its sub-committees wherein there was
division of labor among the committees for the event to be prepared well and realized.
There was also communication between the event organizer and the scholars through
the class presidents of each class where activities and its mechanics were properly
disseminated to the scholars, and that scholars were required to participate in the
activities. Hopefully, these type of activities or other similar activities would be
implemented with a better facility and setting and there would also be more activities that
would be implemented for the scholars in the future.