100 Days Celebration over 100 Years of Glan

July 1, 2014 marks 100 days countdown and celebration of 100 years of Glan as one of the Municipality of Sarangani Province. Year back 1914, Glan is attached to South Cotabato.












Unveiling of Centennial Countdown at the Oval Plaza

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Glan Centennial is depicted on a coconut with its first settlers.



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Himamat 2015 meet up

Big yes is the ultimate response. Himamat is set on May 2, 2015.

For four (4) years of waiting, Glan-School of Arts and Trades – Association of High School Alumni and Himamat Organizers confirmed that HIMAMAT2015 will be gathered at GSAT School Ground, Glan, Sarangani Province on May 2, 2015.

Based on the meeting, a gathering of Batches on May 1, 2015 for the early morning fun run and zumba. The event on May 1, 2015 is the preparation for the next day Himamat. Set up of tents and monitoring of per batches readiness are expected.

To capture every moment, #gsathimamat2015 is highly encouraged to be posted on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, etc.

For the next meet up, the organizers call for 100% attendance of batch coordinators or representatives to set down on August 31, 2014 at  GSAT Room 4, 1:00 pm.


Standing on left: Mr. Dennis Watin facilitated the evaluation of HIMAMAT 2011.



Wearing eyeglasses on right: Mr. Eliodoro Y. Alcaya Jr. emphasized that the theme for HIMAMAT2015 is about Fiesta. Batches are expected to organize a float parade depicting its theme.


Photo is taken after the organizers and batches coordinators first meet up.



The new edifice of Glan-School of Arts and Trades

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June 1, 2014 · 1:30 am

Pinoy Radio Abroad is on air


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Sarangani Bay Festival | Canadian Pinoy Radio – Montreal


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Lesson Plan in English III

Stylistic Writing

General Instructions:

View this site for testing -


To start taking the test, Click your name. Enter the Password. Do the Test Name -Vocabulary Quiz1, Vocbulary Grade 10

Be sure to answer all test items. Grades will be sent to your email address. Good luck.



Afro-Asian Literature

General Instructions:

View this site for testing -http://www.thatquiz.org/tq/classpage?0023583c5422baf

To start taking the test, Click your name. Enter the Password. Do the Test Name -Song Dynasty,

Alice Walker, Poetry 101, Poetry Vocabulary.

Be sure to answer all test items. Grades will be sent to your email address. Good luck.


Technical Writing Class

General Instructions:

View this site for testing - http://www.thatquiz.org/tq/classpage?00298a3f8af2b83

To start taking the test, Click your name. Enter the Password. Do the Test Name – Sentences, Technical Writing, Business Letters, Grammar, Vocabulary.

Be sure to answer all test items. Grades will be sent to your email address. Good luck.


Lesson Plan No. 2 in Third Year
Prepared by: Rogelio B. Lasconia Jr.

Arrive at the meanings of a word through word analysis


Topic: “ Word Analysis”

Materials: Online Resources


A. Motivation

How can you guess the meaning of a word just by looking at its form?

1.To work on  vocabulary take note  of the basic way to arrive at the meanings. This is through knowing its roots. Click on  to this site http://quizlet.com/familiarize/281499/

2. Look at some Greek and Latin root words and their meanings. Click this online dictionary link http://www.merriam-webster.com/

logos (logy) – study of
pathos – suffering, disease
therme – heat
audire – hear
flexus – bend
anthropos – human
tactus – touch
dictere – speak, tell
geos – earth
bios – life
credere or credos – believe
que – seek

To check your responses link to this address:http://ischoolslasconia.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/activity-1.ppt

Visit this link for the exercise http://quizlet.com/learn/281499/

After viewing the link on roots of words, do Activity 1.

Activity 1

Some of the words in the following exercise have one root and others have two. Write the root or roots and the corresponding meanings. Then, define the word. Make sure you double check the meanings you gave for each word against a reliable dictionary’s listings. Click on to this site for one reference you could view.

1.geothermal _________________
3.dictate _________________
4.biology _________________
5.question _________________
6.reflection _________________
7.credible _________________
8.condition _________________
9.tactile _________________
10.epilogue ______________

To Self-Check the answers: Click this answer key.

If you earned 0 – 3 Needs Improvement

4 – 6 Satisfactory

7 – 9 Very Satisfactory

10 – Excellent

To have more reference about root words  link to this site:http://quizlet.com/familiarize/281499/


Complete the following chart with the meanings of the words. Study the given  word and determine its roots and and the meanings of the roots based on the Greek or Latin origins.


If you want to check on your answers  click here: http://quizlet.com/test/281499/

Read the poem “ Little Sampaguita” Natividad Marquez: http://sja82.wordpress.com/sja-history/

In the poem which words have roots?

Answer this comprehension check.

1.How does the author symbolize the Sampaguita in the poem?

2. Enumerate the images depicted. Which are visual? Which are auditory?

Email your answers to this address:  ischoolslasconia@yahoo.com


Visit this URL to know more about the author.


In the olden times, winners were showered with flowers. You have done well! This is my way of showering you with flowers. View the Sampaguita Festival.


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English and American Literature Course Outline Second Semester SY 2013-2014

Click this keyword: English Literature for the overview of the topic.

I. Old English – Beowulf

II. Middle English Literature – Geoffrey Chaucer “The Canterbury Tales”

III. Renaissance Literature – “Paradise Lost”

The major literary figures in the English Renaissance include:

IV. Elizabethan Era -

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth, Anthony and Cleopatra, The Tempest, English Sonnet

V. Jacobean Literature – Miguel De Cervantes ” Don Quixote

VI. Caroline and Cromwellian Literature – John Milton “Paradise Lost”

VII. Restoration Literature – John Bunyan “Pilgrim’s Progress

VIII. Augustan Literature – Jonathan Swift “Gulliver’s Travel

IX. 18th Century Age of Renaissance - Isaac Newton’s “Principia Mathematica”

X. Romanticism -

Jean Jacques Rosseau’s “Emile”

William Wordsworth “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways”

Lord Byron “She Walks in Beauty”

Percy Bysshe Shelly “Ozymandias”, “Ode to the West Wind”

Mary Shelly”Frankenstein”

Sir Walter Scott “Ivanhoe”

Jane Austen “Pride and Prejudice”

XI. Victorian Literature

Charlotte Bronte “Jane Eyre”

Emily Bronte “Wuthering Heights”

Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”

Robert Louis Stevenson “Treasure Island”

XII. Modernism

William Butler Yeats “Second Coming”

Virginia Woolf “To the Lighthouse”

D.H. Lawrence “Piano”

T.S. Eliot “Portrait of a Lady”

Watch on youtube:


The Canterbury Tales

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