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SDO Tayabas holds training on storybook writing

by Anndel Gob
September 14, 2019

Dr. Catherine P. Talavera, CESO VI, Schools Division Superintendent of Tayabas City inspires teachers-writers to produce quality localized storybooks that will represent the division into the national competition.


Tayabas City-Schools Division Office (SDO) gathered 75 teachers/writers on Storybook Writing Cum Library Management on September 9, 10 and 13 at St. Jude Cooperative, Brgy. Isabang.

The seminar-workshop aimed to deepen understanding on the development of learning resources across learning area, improve the skills and competence of teachers in writing and illustrating stories, sustain commitment in developing innovation to improve instruction and learning outcomes, demonstrate teachers’ skills using storybook and compete at a national competition for storybook writing.

In an opening remarked, Dr. Catherine P. Talavera, CESO VI, Schools Division Superintendent said that through this training, the division will be able to produce 75 localized storybooks and eventually multiply into 500 storybooks through mentoring and coaching to their respective stations. The storybooks will be compiled by the Learning Resources Management and Development System (LRMDS) of the division. This is a priority project of Curriculum Implementation Development (CID).

“The division has been judged as one of the best three 2019 CALABARZON Learning Resource Resources Expo (CLRE) for key Stage 4 conducted by the Department of Education (DepEd) and I am hoping that this training will be able us to produce quality output and compete in the national competition for storybook,” Talavera added.

The division has a power-house speaker. Genaro R. Gojo Cruz is a Carlos Palanca Memorial Awardee for short stories for children. He published more than 70 storybooks.

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“Ang pagsulat ng kuwentong pambata ay hindi palaliman kundi malinaw at maganda ang representasyon ng kuwento. Ang kuwentong pambata ay gumagamit ng mga salita na pupukaw sa limang pandama ng mga bata upang maproseso ang mga impormasyong nababasa o naririnig,”said Cruz.

Cruz showed several samples of his published storybooks.

“Ang kuwento ay nagsisimula sa isang suliranin. Ang mga detalye ay maaaring Makita sa mga pinanonood na soap opera, komersiyal sat v, balita, pakikisalamuha sa mga bata at iba pa. Ang katapusan naman ng kuwento ay nagpapakita ng sense of hope,” added Cruz in the discussion.

The training also highlighted demonstration teaching using the localized big book by Jeanie Cabrera, Grade One teacher with a title “Sampung Sisiw ni Sasa”, Annadel O. Gob, Grade Three Teacher using “Nagbago Na Si Lolo” and Lorynel De Sagun, Grade Six teachers using “Mahalaga Ba Ang Bulate Sa Lupa.”

The training is an integral part of Early Language Literacy and Numeracy (ELLN) where storybook is a big part of the learning process especially, for primary grades.

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