Buwan ng Wika
Buwan Ng Wika in PSHS-CARC
Scholars and teachers of Philippine Science High School - CAR Campus participated in the closing program of the annual Buwan ng Wika celebration last August 25-27, 2010, at the school compound.
This year's activity focused on the theme, "Sa Pangangalaga ng Wika at Kalikasan, Wagas na pagmamahal, Talagang Kailangan," which was further explained by starting off with the Campus Journalism seminar-workshop coordinated by Mr. Dennis Basal, the school paper adviser, on the first day,. The campus invited members of the Editorial Staff of the University of the Cordilleras' university organ, the Alternative, who conducted the lecture-workshop on the following categories: Editorial Writing, News Writing, Feature Writing, Sports Writing, Editorial Cartooning, and Photojournalism. The staff members first gave a lecture on the fundamental concepts and attitude required from each category; afterwards, a workshop was initiated. The workshop was conducted not only to enhance the skills of the students but also to evaluate the skills of the students in campus journalism. The outputs were evaluated by the staff members and the owners of the best works were automatically given membership to the school paper.
Day two of the said activity included the various Buwan ng Wika activities which served to culminate the month long celebration. The categories and their respective winners are as follows: Bugtungan: II-Adelfa (1st place), II-Camia (2nd place), I-Ruby (3rd place); Doble Kara: Norween Vince Alibuyog (1st place), Isaiah Dela Cruz (2nd place), Harlee Quizzagan (3rd place); Tula-rap: I-Jade (1st place), I-Ruby (2nd place), I-Diamond (3rd place); Paggawa ng Poster: Kromuel Kyle Pineda (1st place), Neilburt Gene Lamsis (2nd place), Francheska Patrice Villanueva (3rd place); Pagbibigay-kahulugan ng Larawan: Kaye Melina Natividad Alamag (1st place), Francis Trey Aurellado (2nd place), Katreena Mae Masiclat (3rd place); and Best Music Video: I-Ruby.
Day three of the activity was much-awaited because the scholars and the teachers alike were eager to strut their hidden skills in the different "Laro ng Lahi" (Indigenous Games). The games include patintero, karera ng sako, tats da badi, bunung-braso, pitik-bulag, sack race, and many more which everyone enjoyed.