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LEARNING MODULE FOR STUDENTS IN GE 4

RICHARD ALFEO BACLEON ORIGINAL

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Art
Appreciation
Learning Module for Students in GE 4
First Edition

Copyright © 2020

RICHARD ALFEO BACLEON ORIGINAL, LPT, MAEd-ELT (On-going)


College Instructor

Published by and for

AGUSAN DEL SUR COLLEGE, INC.


Bayugan City, 8502 CARAGA Philippines
COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION
Cover design by Richard Alfeo Bacleon Original, LPT

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INTRODUCTION
This module, Art Appreciation: Learning Module for Students in GE4, is a product
of the continued reform initiatives of Agusan del Sur College to deliver quality, accessible,
relevant, and liberating education in time of pandemic. This is designed to develop
students’ ability to appreciate, analyze, and critique work of art.

This material provides variety of activities both off-line and online modes that will
equip students with a broad knowledge of the practical, historical, philosophical, and
social relevance of the arts in order to hone students’ ability to articulate their
understanding of the arts. The course also develops students’ competency in researching
and curating art as well as conceptualizing, mounting, and evaluating art productions. The
course aims to develop students’ genuine appreciation for Philippine arts by providing
them opportunities to explore the diverse and richness and their rootedness in Filipino
culture.

There are nine chapters in this material. Each chapter builds around particular
concepts necessary to explore meaningfully through variety of integrated, challenging and
interesting tasks.

Chapter 1: Humanities and Art Appreciation: An Introduction


Chapter 2: Aesthetic Arts and Crafts
Chapter 3: The Western Art History
Chapter 4: The Filipino Art and Crafts
Chapter 5: Paintings
Chapter 6: Sculpture
Chapter 7: Photography
Chapter 8: Music
Chapter 9: Drama

Each chapter consists of the following phases below conveniently through the
use of easy-to-understand icons.

My Journey- provides an overview of what students


should understand in the lesson. This includes clear
directions and purpose of the lesson.

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My Expectations- states the specific learning
outcomes in line with what students should know,
understand and be able to do, produce, or perform to
show that there is a transfer of learning.

My Initial Tasks- activates students’ prior knowledge


and prepares them for high-level tasks.

My Readings- presents the main reading or text and


the activities/tasks that lead to acquire, make sense of,
and construct meaning out of the information and
experiences contained therein.

My Discovery Tasks- includes activities that will


expand, enrich, enhance and broaden students’
understanding of the target concepts and skills.

My Treasure- enables students to express their


insights, learning, and realization on the lesson. This
part contains prompts and other organizers that will help
them sum-up and synthesize what they have learned.

My Supplements- includes all the citations for all the


materials used both online and offline
sources/references.

Hope that through this material, students will be provided with meaningful learning
experiences and relevant competencies necessary for them to successfully meet the
desired learning outcomes for this course.

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Course Description
Art Appreciation is a three-unit course that develops students’ ability to appreciate,
analyze, and critique work of art. Through interdisciplinary and multimodal approaches,
this course equips students with a broad knowledge of the practical, historical,
philosophical, and social relevance of the arts in order to hone students’ ability to
articulate their understanding of the arts. The course also develops students’ competency
in researching and curating art as well as conceptualizing, mounting, and evaluating art
productions. The course aims to develop students’ genuine appreciation for Philippine
arts by providing them opportunities to explore the diverse and richness and their
rootedness in Filipino culture.

Course Learning Outcomes


This module contains Learning Outcomes and focuses on the development of the
student’s skills. The following are the learning outcomes:

At the end of the course, the students should be able to:

KNOWLEDGE
 demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of arts in general, including
their function, value, and historical significance;
 define and demonstrate the elements and principles of design;
 explain and evaluate different theories of art;
 situate Philippine arts in a global context;

SKILLS
 analyze and appraise works of art based on aesthetic value, historical context,
tradition, and social relevance;
 mount an art exhibit (concept development, production and postproduction,
marketing, documentation, critiquing);
 create their own works of art and curate their own production or exhibit;
 utilize art for self-expression and for promoting advocacies;

VALUES
 deepen their sensitivity to self, community, and society;
 discover and deepen their identity through art with respect to their nationality,
culture, and religion; and
 develop an appreciation of the local arts.

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COURSE DELIVERY MODE
The Higher Education in the Philippines is greatly affected by a global health
crisis—Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Higher Education Institutions
(HEIs) are forced to transition themselves in the so called new normal in education. Thus,
the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) instructs the HEIs to implement flexible
learning systems since mass gatherings are prohibited in the areas under ECQ, Modified
ECQ, and GCQ for health safety reasons.
Lee and McLoughlin (2010) defined flexible learning as a “set of educational
approaches and systems concerned with providing learners with increased choice,
convenience, and personalization to suit their needs. In particular, flexible learning
provides learners with choices about where, when, and how learning occurs, by using a
range of technologies to support the teaching and learning process.”

Agusan del Sur College, being a supportive private HEI to the programs and
policies of CHED, innovates and adopts flexible learning mode in delivering instruction to
its students. Specifically, the school learning modalities are the Modular Distance
Learning and Online Distance Learning.

Modular Distance Learning. Involves individualized instruction that allows


learners to use self-learning modules (SLMs) in print or digital format/electronic copy,
whichever is applicable in the context of the learner, and other learning resources.
Learners access electronic copies of learning materials on a computer, tablet PC, or
smartphone. Computer-based applications (Facebook and messenger) will be used to
deliver e-learning materials, including offline E-books. The instructor takes the
responsibility of monitoring the progress of the learners. The learners may ask assistance
from the instructor via:

E-mail: alfeo.original@gmail.com
Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/304273777547440
Messenger Group Chat: GE 4: Art Appreciation

Online Distance Learning using ADSCO Online Learning Platform. Features


the teacher as facilitator, engaging learners’ active participation through the use of various
technologies accessed through the internet while they are geographically remote from
each other during instruction. The internet is used to facilitate learner-teacher and peer-
to-peer communication. Online learning allows live synchronous instruction. This can be
done through Zoom or Google meet, whichever is applicable in the context of the learner.
It is more interactive than the other types of distance learning. The responses are real-
time. The learners may download materials from the internet, complete and submit
assignments online, attend webinars and virtual classes by logging in at
https://adsco.webdotlearn.com/.

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COURSE REQUIREMENT
1. Reflective Journal/Log/Blog. This is a compendium of all the written tasks and
artwork activities of the course. Students will also be asked to insightfully reflect
on the importance of Philippine arts in enriching the Filipino culture. Modular
students will submit a journal notebook, while online students will submit the link
of their own blogging page.

GRADING SYSTEM
Quizzes/Summative Tests (Module/LMS) - 20
Reflective Journal (for Modular)/ Blog (for Online) - 20
Participation - 20
Major Exams (Mid-term and Finals) - 40
TOTAL - 100

COURSE REFERENCES
Solmerano, E.T.M. (2019). Art Appreciation. First Edition. Books Atbp. Publishing Corp.
Mandaluyong City. ISBN 978-621-409-122-5
n.n. (2018). Art appreciation book. Final publication. Retrieved last August 18, 2020
from: https://www.scribd.com/document/390829509/ART-APPRECIATION-
BOOK-FINAL-PUB-2018-1-docx
Gildow, C. (2012). Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 18, 2020 from
https://learn.canvas.net/courses/24
SBCTC & Lumen Learning. (n.d.) Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 18, 2020 from
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/masteryart1/
Art Class Curator. (2020). Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 21, 2020 from
https://artclasscurator.com/principles-of-design-
examples/#:~:text=The%20principles%20of%20design%20are,a%20wide%
20range%20of%20effects

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: Humanities And Art Appreciation: An Introduction 1-13
Meaning and Importance of Humanities
Description of Art Appreciation
The Creation of Arts
Functions of Arts
Purpose of Art
Classifications of Art
The Value of Arts in the Educational System
Flexible Learning Task No. 1

1. Chapter 2: Aesthetic Arts and Crafts 14-24


The Difference between Aesthetic Arts and Crafts
Types of Arts and Crafts
Principles of Understanding Artistic Design and Composition
Motivated Functions of Art
Flexible Learning Task No. 2

Chapter 3: The Western Art History 25-35


Art in Prehistoric Civilization
Stone Tools for Art Making
Medieval Arts in Europe
Famous Artists in Western Europe
Most Common Paintings in Classical Greek
Flexible Learning Task No. 3

Chapter 4: The Filipino Art and Crafts 36-48


Pre-Colonial Art forms in the Archipelago
Famous Indigenous Musical Instruments in the Philippines
Importance of Philippine Artistic Handicrafts
Traditional Handiwork in the Philippines
Philippine GAMABA Awards
GAMABA Awardees and Nominees
Flexible Learning Task No. 4

Chapter 5: Paintings 49-58


Elements of Painting
The Color Wheel and its Categories
Symbolism and Meaning of Primary Colors

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Mediums in Painting
Classifications of Painting Styles
Flexible Learning Task No. 5

Chapter 6: Sculpture 59-66


The Origin of Sculpture
Importance of Sculpture
Types of Sculptures
Medium and techniques
Basic Sculpture Terms
Flexible Learning Task No. 6

Chapter 7: Photography 67-77


The Origin of Photography
Importance of Photography
The Digital Era of Photography
Rule of Thirds Composition
Types of Photography
Flexible Learning Task No. 7

Chapter 8: Music 78-87


The Origin and Importance of Music
What is the Role of Music in Our Lives?
The Elements of Music
The Essentials in Song writing
The Different Music Genres
Classification of Musical Instruments
Flexible Learning Task No. 8

Chapter 9: Drama 88-98


The origin and elements of a good Drama
Other Dramatic Elements
Types of Drama
The drama of Historical Interest
Benefits of Drama and the Role of Artist
Drama Forms
Flexible Learning Task No. 9

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CHAPTER 2
AESTHETIC ARTS AND CRAFTS
(Week 2)

MY JOURNEY

You have learned that art is everywhere. That is probably one of the reasons for
the arts to be included in an educational system. It is evident that involvement in the arts
has been shown to help students in their academic, personal, and social development. In
this lesson, you will know the difference between aesthetic arts and crafts. You also need
to know the principles in understanding artistic composition.

MY EXPECTATIONS

At the end of the lesson, you are expected to:


1. explain the difference between aesthetic arts and crafts;
2. identify the types of arts and crafts;
3. discuss the principles in understanding artistic composition; and
4. enumerate the motivated functions of art.

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MY INITIAL TASKS

As a preliminary activity for the topic, the teacher will ask the students of the following
questions:
1. What is the relationship between Art and Crafts?
2. Is Art a reflection of our values? Support your answer.
3. Is artistic skill learned or natural?
4. Why is Art considered as a “distinct character and a reflection of society”?

MY READINGS

The Difference between Aesthetic Arts and Crafts

esthetics is from the Greek word eisthesis which means “perception.” It is a

A branch of philosophy devoted to the study of art and beauty used during the
18th century by Alexander Baumgarten, a German philosopher. This term also
refers to the principles governing the nature and appreciation of beauty,
especially in visual art (Rader, 1979).

On the other hand, the term “craft” comes from a German word Kraft which means
“power” or “ability.” It usually employed in branches of the decorative arts or associated
artistic practice. It also implies the application of human skills through the use of a hand.
It tends to produce things for various human purposes, and tend to exhibit their prettiness
around a goal external to the object itself (Dutton, 1990).

Arts and Crafts started during the 19th


century in Europe as a design reform and as a
social movement motivated by the William Morris.
It involves activities related to making things
which require a combination of skill, speed, and
patience.

William Morris who was born on March 24,


1834, in Walthamstow, England was known for
his pattern designs, particularly on fabrics, and
wallpapers. As a proponent of socialist ideals,
Morris believed that a designer should have the
skill of any media in producing designs that
intricate intertwining fruit, flower, and foliage
pattern. He died on October 3, 1896, at the age
of 62 years old in London, England. Figure 1. William Morris (1834-1896)

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Types of Arts and Crafts

Artists may have unique skills and perceptive abilities, but they are also people with
needs and the motivation to meet those needs. Creating different works of art that are
accepted by one’s audience can lead to an artist’s social acceptance and recognition.
Their works of art have been used to create pleasing environments. Arts and crafts have
different types, namely: textile wood, metal, paper or canvass, and plant crafts.

Textile Crafts. The word textile is from a Latin phrase texere which means “to braid"
or "to construct." These also refer to any craft where you work with fabric, yarn or surface
design. It uses plant or any synthetic fibers in creating practical or decorative objects.
These include the following:

1. Cross-stitch- Stitching can also be a form of natural pain relief. It is a popular form
of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like
pattern are used to form a picture.
2. Crocket- It is a process of creating fabric from yarn, thread, or other material
strands using a crochet hook.
3. Sewing- It is the crafts of fastening or attaching objects using stitches made with a
needle and thread.
4. Weaving- It is a fabric production method in which yarns are interlaced at right
angles to form a fabric or cloth.
5. Tatting- It is a technique for handcrafting particularly in making durable lace which
is constructed by a series of knots and loops.
6. Shoemaking- It is the process of making footwear.
7. Lace- It is an openwork fabric, patterned with open holes in the work, made by
machine or by hand.
8. Macramé- It is a form of textile-making which requires very few tools and just some
pure knowledge of basic knotting.
9. Millinery- It is the designing and manufacture of hats.

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10. String art- It is an arrangement of colored thread strung between points to form
an abstract geometric design.

Wood Crafts.
These refer to a skill that
pertains to the woods,
especially in making
one's way through the
woods or in hunting,
trapping, etc. It also
relates to subsistence
lifestyles with
implications of hunting-
gathering (Horace,
1906). These include
the following:

1. Carpentry-It is a skilled trade in the cutting, shaping, and installation of building


materials during the construction of buildings.
2. Marquetry- It is the art and craft of applying pieces of veneer (thin slices of wood)
to a structure to form decorative designs.
3. Woodturning- It is a form of woodworking that is used to create wooden objects.
4. Wood carving- It is a form of woodworking to form a wooden figure or objects by
using a knife or a chisel.
5. Cabinetry- It is a skill in making a box-shaped piece of furniture with doors and
drawers for keeping various objects.
6. Upholstery- It is the work of building cushion and cover furniture.

Metal Crafts. These


refer to the art of executing
artistic designs in metal for
both practical and aesthetic
purposes. These arts are
designed for decorative
items or functional objects
that are beneficial and
useful to us all. These
works are of bronze, silver,
gold, tin, copper, lead,
brass, and iron. These
include the following:

1. Jewelry- It is a form of personal adornments, such as brooches, rings, necklaces,


earrings, and bracelets.

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2. Metal Casting- It is a process by which a liquid material (bronze, copper, glass,
aluminum, and iron) is poured into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the
desired shape, and then allowed to solidify.
3. Welded sculpture- It is an art form in which statue is made using welding
techniques.

Paper or Canvas Crafts. It refers to an extremely durable plain-woven fabric used


for making backpacks, tents, marquees, and other sustainable items. These include the
following:

1. Bookbinding- It is the process of physically assembling a book from some folded


or unfolded sheets of paper or other material.
2. Card making- It is a hand-made technique for producing greeting cards.
3. Collage- It is a technique where the artwork is made from an assemblage of
different forms, thus creating a new whole.
4. Origami- It is a Japanese cultural art of paper folding.
5. Paper-Mache- It is a composite material consisting of paper pieces or pulp,
sometimes reinforced with textiles, bound with an adhesive.
6. Scrapbooking- It refers to a method of arranging, preserving, and presenting
personal and family history in a book form.
7. Rubber Stamping- It is a craft in which some type of ink made of dye or pigment
applied to an image or pattern that carved, molded, laser engraved or vulcanized,
onto a sheet of rubber.

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Plants Crafts- These refer to
skills using plant parts as the medium.
These include the following:

1. Corn dolly making- It relates to the


making of shapes and figures (known
as ‘dollies’) from straw (such as
barley, oats, and wheat).
2. Floral Design- It is the art of using
plant materials and flowers to create a
pleasing and balanced composition.
3. Pressed flower craft- consists of
drying flower petals and leaves in a
flower press to flatten and exclude
light and moisture.

Principles of Understanding Artistic Design and Composition

Art principles are created by combining art elements. Artists utilize organizing
principles to develop forms that inform. Among the fundamental principle of art are
harmony, variety, balance, movement, emphasis, proportion, and rhythm. Whether
analysing or composing artwork, one must have a complete understanding of how art
principles are created (Elsen, 1981).

The Principle of Harmony. When all of the


elements of art interact well in an artwork, visual
harmony is attained. This is accomplished by using
similar types of geometric shapes, lines or colors
within a work of art to create a unified composition.
Likewise, using various cool or warm colors would
help to produce a harmonious work of art.

The Principle of Variety. A stable


composition will also demonstrate the
principle of variety. It is accomplished by
using differing colors, lines, and shapes
within an artwork to make key areas
stand out. Artists can use this idea to
direct a viewer’s eye to a place within the
art that he or she wants to emphasize.

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The Principle of Balance. It refers to the
symmetry of opposing visual forces. It is
created in a work of art when colors, forms,
shapes or textures are combined harmoniously.

The Principle of Movement. It is the


way that an eye moves throughout a work
of art. In this work of art, our eye moves up
through the pattern in the rippling surface of
the water to the two paddlers. An artist
creates a visual movement to drive the eye
to the focal point of the artwork.

Principle of Emphasis. It refers to


the need for an artist to create a focal point
within an artwork. This artistic point is an
essential part of a work of art, and the
viewer’s eye should drawn to that area.

Principles of Proportion. This principle is


created when the sizes of elements in an artwork
art are combined harmoniously. The artist
usually tries to make all of the parts in a
composition relate logically to each other to
depict the human form within the proper
proportion.

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Principle of Rhythm. It refers to the use of visual pattern within a work of art. Models
within an artwork are created by repeating certain colors, line or shapes in specific areas.
It can also be used to form a variety of texture within a work of art.

Motivated Functions of Art

The motivated purposes of art are intentional and conscious actions on the part of
the artist. Art may bring political change or comment on the life in a society. It may also
convey specific propaganda, or just as a form of communication (Holly, 2002). Primary
motivated functions of arts are as follows:

a. Art for Acting. Art may pursue to bring about a certain emotion, to relax or to
entertain the viewer.
b. Art for healing. Art is utilized by art therapists, psychotherapists, and clinical
psychologists as art therapy. The end product is a method of curing, through
creative acts.
c. Art for political change. One of the essential functions of the art of the early
twentieth century has been to use visual images to bring about legislative
modification.
d. Art for propaganda (Commercialism). Art is utilized to influence popular ideas or
moods delicately.
e. Art for communication. Art has a goal, directed toward another individual. For
example, graphic is a form of art for communication in which the artist expresses
his/her emotions, feelings, and moods.

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MY DISCOVERY TASKS

Essay: Answer the following questions briefly.

1. Do all arts express beauty? Justify your answer.


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2. When can you say that a craft is made with the application of human intelligence?
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3. How Art and Crafts started during the 19th century? Explain.
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4. Do we need to attend formal schooling in order to become a professional artist? Why


or why not?
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5. What is the contribution of William Morris in the realm of arts and crafts?
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Identification: Identify the following questions under column B. Write your answer on
the blank provided under column A.

Column A Column B
1. He was a German Philosopher who first used the word
“aesthetics” during the 18th century in Europe.
2. He developed Arts and Crafts as a design reform and social
movement during the 19th century.
3. It refers to the use of visual repetition within a work of art.
4. It is the process of making footwear.
5. It is a method of fabric production in which two distinct sets
of threads are interlaced at right angles to form cloth.
6. It is a traditional Japanese art of paper folding.
7. It refers to typical memorabilia which include photographs,
printed media, and artwork.
8. A principle that relates to the equilibrium of opposing visual
forces.
9. It is a form of woodworking that is used to create wooden
objects on a machine tool known as a lathe.
10. It is an art design that uses plant materials and flowers to
create a pleasing and balanced composition.

MY TREASURE

Before we continue, kindly reflect on the


given quote. You may write your thoughts
“The beautiful is in nature, and it is
below. encountered in the most diverse
forms of reality. Once it is found, it
_____________________________________ belongs to art, or, rather, to the
artist who discover it.”
_________________________________________ -Gustave Courbet
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Flexible Learning Task No. 2
PRESSED FLOWER CRAFT

Directions: In this learning task, you need to collect flowers available at home. Put
them in a book for it to be pressed. Paste the pressed flowers in a long
bond paper and come up with your own artistic design. Consider in crafting
your own artwork the insights you have gained from lesson. In the bottom
part of the paper, write a short explanation of your work. Also, try to reflect
on your understanding of the lesson.

Materials required

1. Toothpicks
2. Wood glue
3. Container to hold the glue
4. Pressed flowers (any home-made or purchased air dry presses; microwave
presses; or traditional method of pressing in books)

Instructions
1. Arrange the pressed flowers on the paper, but do not glue anything.
2. Pour a small amount of glue into a shallow dish or container for easy access.
3. Start sticking the flowers on the bottom layer of the arrangement.
4. Turn the pressed flower over so that the glue is facing down and carefully place the
flower on the paper.
5. Apply pressure on the flower and hold for a few seconds. Repeat the process till all
of the flowers are fixed.

MY SUPPLEMENTS

Gildow, C. (2012). Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 18, 2020 from
https://learn.canvas.net/courses/24
SBCTC & Lumen Learning. (n.d.) Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 18, 2020 from
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/masteryart1/
Art Class Curator. (2020). Art Appreciation. Retrieved last August 21, 2020 from
https://artclasscurator.com/principles-of-design-
examples/#:~:text=The%20principles%20of%20design%20are,a%20wide%
20range%20of%20effects.

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RICHARD ALFEO BACLEON
ORIGINAL, LPT is a College Instructor at
Agusan del Sur College, teaching General
Education and Specialized courses in the
College of Teacher Education. Mr. Original
is a graduate of Bachelor in English
Education with Specialization in Teaching
Senior High School at Philippine Normal
University-Mindanao. He earned 18 units in
Master of Arts in Education major in English
Language Teaching, and currently finishing
the graduate program at Caraga State
University- Bayugan City External as LGU-
Bayugan City Scholar. He was a former
faculty member of the ADSCO Basic
Education Department, and the former
School Paper Adviser of ADSCOnian Voice.
He was also an award winning coach in the
different schools press conferences.

AGUSAN DEL SUR COLLEGE, INC.


Bayugan City, 8502 CARAGA Philippines
COLLEGE
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