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I am Ana Rose and I decided to start this blog last 2016 to feed my creative appetite in writing.
I am an educator, blogger, wanderer and self-professed full-time reader. My goal is to provide quality information and inspiration to everyone who will come across my blog. I hope that you enjoy your stay.
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Latest Blog Posts
How to Create Online Quizzes Using Google Forms
Google Forms has existed for a long time as another feature of Google Account. It is a tool that allows users to create surveys or quizzes online. At this time of pandemic, Google Forms is given more attention most especially by teachers such as me. The following are short simple steps on how to create online quizzes … Read More
Story Review: My Father Goes to Court by Carlos Bulosan
Carlos Bulosan, the author of “My Father Goes to Court” came from a poor Filipino family in Pangasinan. He was later known as a Filipino American author, poet and activist. One of his best works is “America is in the Heart” which is a semi-biographical novel written in 1946. His other works are “On Becoming Filipino,” “All … Read More
Great Advantages of Learning Languages
I started my appreciation in learning other languages since I was a kid and having a complete mastery in English has offered multiple benefits from personal to career growth. It actually does, revolutionize my life by giving me an edge over the others who are hesitant to study languages. As I grow up, being knowledgeable in English makes it possible … Read More
KOREAN BOOK REVIEW: Korean Grammar In Use
For those learning the Korean language, looking for a textbook as a good reference on the Korean grammar should be one of the steps that should be considered. A good grammar book is invaluable to any learners of the Korean language. Anyone can learn the vocabulary, words, or phrases but unless a person can put … Read More
Steps on Preparing the RPMS-PPST Portfolio for Highly Proficient Teachers
This is the time of the year in which teachers should already be busy preparing the Year-end Review and Evaluation Phase of RPMS (Result-Based Performance Management System). However, due to the issue of Covid19, the submission of the IPCRF has been postponed. For those who are just starting to work in public schools, the acronym … Read More