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Facebook page “Ateng Minini” posted a photo where Grade 7 students can be seen playing the chorus Ibong Adarna.
One of the modifications of the pandemic to adapt to the “New Normal” was the holding of physical classes.
To prevent and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Education has decided to pursue the opening of classes through blended or distance learning.
Therefore, one of the things that netizens miss is class activities such as acting or role-playing.
That’s the nostalgia brought by the picture on the facebook page.
Aside from the props that were actually prepared and the costumes of the staff, the Ibong Adarna character is placed inside the folded chicken coop, which is often seen in the yards, especially when one is taking care of roosters for cockfighting or ‘sabong.’
She joked with the caption, “To all incoming Grade 7, nahuli na po ang Ibong Adarna.”
It garnered reactions and comments from netizens. Read below:
Role-playing is one of the teaching strategies of a teacher, which falls into the category of performance task.
It is also a form of literary appreciation in recognition of a literary masterpiece.