Lea Salonga Shocked and Lambast Errors of DepEd Self-learning Modules
Singer Lea Salonga got shocked and lambasted the errors and confusing self-learning modules distributed by the Department of Education (DepEd).
Many students are now struggling with the distant learning method. This is due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, where people’s movements are limited and used activities can no longer be performed, such as regular classes.
But now, some students have to attend their online classes and answer their self-learning modules. However, many social media people criticized DepEd for releasing self-learning modules that have confusing questions and answer.
Singer Lea Salonga is one of them, in her Facebook post, the singer expressed frustration over the confusing questions and answers. She shared some pages of the module distributed by the Department of Education or DepEd.
In each picture, she shares it has a caption criticizing the errors of the module. In the first photo, where the objects whose name begins with the letter O, an image of the owl named ostrich calls her attention.
“For the love of… there aren’t enough curse words in my vocabulary for this sh*t, that is an owl, you idiots,” the singer said in his post.
The second photo is also related to the first photo, where the letter L is said to be for the Rabbit’s name. “This might be never-ending. Excuse me, I need to gouge out my eyes, Que Horror,” Lea commented on the photo.
The next photo she shared was matching the color name of crayons based on its color. However, the crayon’s choices are not recognizable because they are purely black and white.
The singer said, “please look at letter C, okay for those of you that don’t understand Filipino, that means match each crayon to its correct name. A is violet, B is blue, C is green, D is red, and E is yellow. HOW< HA? HOW? TELL ME, HOOOOOW???.”
Meanwhile, Education Secretary Leonor Briones recently said that the department has put regulatory measures to prevent mistakes in their programs. Photos and videos of students expressing frustration to self-learning modules are going viral.
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