These audio and video clips run for two to three minutes as supplement to the learning content in the learning modules.These are usually shown during Resource Teaching period in which the Resource Teacher in Science, English, and Math, upon proper determination, uses these materials to enhance the contents or lessons in the peer-group learning modules.The itinerant modules currently available in IMPACT are limited and these are for the subjects Sining Pantahanan (Home Economics) and Computer.Thus, subjects in MAPE (Music, Arts, PE, and EPP) are still handled by subject specialist teachers, who can also be the Resource Teachers, if there are no itinerant teachers to handle the subjects.The peer-group leader leads in the discussion of the lessons in the peer-group learning modules.Itinerant Learning Module The itinerant learning modules are modules in other subject areas such as Music, Arts, PE, EPP, which are designed to be handled by an Itinerant Teacher.The IS also uses these modules in training the programmed teachers prior to their conduct of program teaching.
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Below we have listed many useful expressions including: Greeting Phrases | Farewell Expressions | Holidays and Wishes | How to Introduce Yourself | Romance and Love Phrases | Solving a Misunderstanding | Asking for Directions | Emergency Survival Phrases | Hotel Restaurant Travel Phrases | Daily Expressions | Cuss Words (Polite) | Writing a Letter | Short Expressions and words Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Filipino. Phrases and daily expressions have a very important role in Filipino.
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The scores will not be recorded but used as indicator if the learner is ready to move to the next learning module.
If the learner still fails to get the criterion set after the second re-take, he/she should be given remediation or tutoring by the RT or IS or Testing Teachers as the case may be.
At this stage, a Level 5 pupil who was a programmed teacher during the first semester, now assists the Level 3 pupils in doing peer-group learning.