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woman portrayed

my presentation for the demo-teaching.

i survived.

🙂WOMAN PORTRAYED

3 comments on “woman portrayed

  1. mayah
    October 26, 2009

    hi mam portia,,,,nka2kba ang finals sna nmn mgnda klbsan ng amen..
    hehehehehe

  2. jean camille cadacio
    October 30, 2009

    hi ma’am muzt5a? thank you poh sa grade namin sa finals ingat poh plage mamimis namin kau
    hope 2 see again nxt sem

  3. portiaplacino
    October 30, 2009

    finals went well, despite the hitches. grades are now online in our website… hmmm… enjoyed teaching you all you know 🙂

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