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Students got home tired because of such school works. Then after, they still have a lot of homework to do. In finishing homework they’ll sleep late at night and then wake up very early to attend class in 7 am or earlier than that. It’s typically more difficult for adolescents to fall asleep earlier in the evening and it is normal according to the study. Some students that is too far in school are afraid to be late in class so they wake up earlier than other students and missed eating breakfast.

We all need sufficient sleep to have a great performance in school. Our brains and bodies won’t be doing as well with less sleep. So what’s the sense in attending early class if you can’t be active and just fall asleep. Everybody learns better when they are awake. So help us students to change the start time of class for students to evolve and have a chance to be well prepared for classes and being active all day. 

Road to Taal

Taal is the most popular destination in Batangas because of it’s culture, products, historical and ancestral houses. I had fun doing our immersion in Taal because of the places we’ve visited there. Here are some photos we’ve taken during our tour in Taal. 

We passed by stalls of the famous balisong and in the factory of panucha. They show us how to make their products and we’re so amazed. The owner let some student to try some steps in making panucha. 

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We also visited Taal Lake, Casaysay Church, Basilica Church, Alitagtag Church and Dona Marcella Agoncillo Museum (the house where the first Philippine flag was sewn by hand by Marcella Agoncillo). 

A tour around in this quaint heritage village is one entertaining way to learn the history of the country. It is worth a visit as well as worth preserving for the next generations to come. It is an experience that you’ll never forget.

Come on! Let’s go and explore Taal, for you to experience the joy that you’ll only found in Taal.