Thank you, CIS Staff.

An appreciation video by JellSoL   Thank you for this opportunity, CHOCO. I wish to thank all of these beautiful people. ALBERT, find inspiration from how you have witnessed me move from being a classroom teacher to being your library trainee.  My life as a teacher librarian has been a learning success mainly through your understanding and support.  Ganbatte, “Sasuke.” LORY, for all the titles … Continue reading Thank you, CIS Staff.

Rhythm in Music

A short music lesson by JellSoL You may wish to follow this video transcript: Let’s start with the main reason why every singer, choir member, and/or musician must know note values.  As emphasized in The Guardian in an article written by Marcus du Sautoy in 2011, he said “Certainly the grammar of music – rhythm and pitch – has mathematical foundations.”  This video focuses on … Continue reading Rhythm in Music

Voice Drill Guide

Please email me the name of any singer you know who does not do the octaves or voice drill before any performance.  Every smart and experienced singer knows its importance.  I even know of storytellers, presenters, and teachers who do the octaves before their speaking engagement.  One can browse the Internet for reasons experts share about the importance of these vocal exercises.  This video is … Continue reading Voice Drill Guide

P4Y: Vision 2030 Wall of Strengths 2016

The three key places in Hawaii that I treasure the most are the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH), Diamond Head in Honolulu, and the historic house of worship of the Iglesia ni Cristo (the Locale of Hawaii is the first to be established when the church started propagating God’s words from the Philippines to foreign lands).  This video brings several memories of the activities … Continue reading P4Y: Vision 2030 Wall of Strengths 2016