Nineteen high school budding writers sharpened their journalism skills in one-day workshop conducted by this blogger of RandomThoughts! recently.
|ANHS Workshop Participants with the Blogger|
Mrs. Eurica Magbanua, Ms. Peache Nadenne Lopez, and Mr. Arlen Malacaman, the English teachers and ANHS Echo advisers invited me to be the resource person for these high school kids. I reviewed with them the very purpose of putting a school paper, the major sources of getting the news, the different essential parts of an ideal school paper.
They actively participated in sharing their ideas. Some of them, however, were quite reserved in contributing their thoughts or experiences when they're asked. Well, what can you really expect from these newbies?
In the afternoon session, everyone handed their own articles as a requirement from a workshop out from their random thoughts on various topics or subjects which they're comfortable to write about.
Before the session closed, a "genuine" feelings of most of the participants were written in a humble piece of paper and were personally given to me.
All of them were excited to write a good piece of essay. Well, essay writing needs a skill. Since most of them have an access to the Internet, they may avail of Australian high trusted essay writing service.
Young Writers' Impressions
|Young Journalists Busy Writing|
Sir, you add another star that I will strive to reach. A star containing my dream that one day I can achieve something like yours, that someday I can share also my talent to many people." - Suzanne Gitano, Feature Writing Editor.
"We are happy to have a very good speaker like Mr. Camporazo. He encourages us to publish our first [maiden] issue before the end of July. He is very good in explaining. Though his examples are funny, yet there are lessons that we can get." - Neil Jan G. Mana-ay, Editor-in-Chief
"I enjoy the workshop because Sir Camporazo is very enjoyable. He tells us about his experiences from his childhood days and elementary school days. He teaches us very well about techniques in writing. We never get bored. He has many jokes and punchlines to make us laugh. He helps us know more about journalism. Thank you, Sir!" - Olivia Genobis, Literary Writer
"Mr. Gilbor I. Camporazo
Today teaching ANHS Echo
On the things that we must do
To build a strong Echo.
While he is in our front speaking
We have no time for napping
Because we are enjoying
And everyone is smiling.
We are very happy
That he is here today
And question myself on how to pay
On the informative things he say." - Jeanyzl Dein G. Awacay, Literary
"I enjoy so much and I learn so many things from him. He is one of the persons who can be an inspiration." - Awacay
"Our workshop is memorable day for me. Singing, dancing, joking around, how fun it has to bring. I am really happy to join with Sir Gilbor Camporazo sing and dance with the song, "Do As I'm Doing." I know this day will remain in our hearts and memories forever." - Larra Janele G. Baclagon, Copy Reading
"The workshop was fun and worked very well. Mr. Gilbor Camporazo is a good speaker. I like how he shares his experiences when he was still a college student. He was the best grey-haired speaker I've listened to lately." - Kassele Llanes, Sports Writing
"Today's high school journalism workshop is enjoyable. Mr. Gilbor Camporazo is an enjoyable teacher. He makes us laugh even we'rer already hungry." Grace I. Francisco, Sports
"At the start, I feel nervous because I feel shy to our resource person, Mr. Camporazo. But I overcome it for he is a jolly person." - Hara Carlyn Agustin, Copy reading
"This workshop is unforgettable. We are very happy. We are happy to work with Sir Gilbor Camporazo." - Janelle L. Frayco, News
"Mr. Camporazo is a joyful and happy person. The workshop is well done." - Joshua D. Panes, News
"Ipinaliwanag ni G. Camporazo ang iba't ibang paraan ng pagsulat ng balita, pagsulat ng isports, pagsulat ng opinyon gamit ang PowerPoint presentation." - Rhitz Bardeloza, Sports
"Nakapaloob sa pagsasanay ang iba't ibang pananaw at kalooban upang maging isang mahusay na manunulat bilang isang estudyante. Hanga ako sa tagumpay na nakamit ng aming tagapagsalita na si G. Camporazo hindi lang sa larangan ng literatura kundi pati na rin sa pagtaguyod ng kanyang pamiya." - Ronel Pagunsan, Managing Editor
Anyway, I am thanking and appreciating the Antipolo National High School principal, Mrs. Ma. Paz R. Capunong, Ed. D. who is supporting this publication training. More power, Ma'm and all the rest of school paper advisers: Mrs. Eurica L. Magbanua, Miss Peache Nadenne B. Lopez, and Mr. Arlen G. Malacaman.
"Every child has opportunity", that's ECHO in the name of the school paper of Antipolo National High School..