PRODUCT VS PROCESS
I. Profile of the Teacher
Name: Mrs. Marie Joy C. Talavera
Position: Classroom Teacher/Adviser
School: College of the Immaculate Conception
No. of Years in teaching: 3 years
Every child has the right to educate.
II. Profile of the School
Location: Sumacab Este, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
COLLEGE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
A BRIEF HISTORY (1926-1998)
The College of the Immaculate Conception is located within the business area of CabanatuanCity along Del Pilar Street, it is marked as a Historical site because the New building beside the St. Nicholas of Tolentine cathedral used to be the convent which Filipino voluntaries used as their headquarters. The same place is known for being the death place of the one luminaries of the Filipinos’ fight for freedom from Spanish and American domination , General Antonio Luna.
The Institution was founded as San Nicolas Catholic School in 1962 by Rev. Fr,. Ruperto T. Rosario, the incumbent parish priest of Cabanatuan at that time.
In 1936, it was renamed Cabanatuan Institute amidst great rejoicing. She was a figure of a child full of vigor and wisdom, beaming with delight because she was confident to have the full control of eager students, her great ambition being to bring up upright and God-fearing students. The Rev. Carlos S. Inquimboy, the Director, did everything in his power in establishing this Institute, to make it different from those of the nearby provinces and also for his predecessor. On May 24, 1936, the Reverend Sisters of St. Paul de Chatres who were given the responsibility to conduct the newly born School arrived. In almost four (4) years of their stay, the improvements were marvelous, one of which was their opening to the public of the secondary courses and the establishment of a dormitory for girls.
In 1950, until the time of his death on December 21, 1980, the Right Rev. Monsignor Pacifico B. Araullo, P.A. became the head of the School. It was during his term that the School started to experience many great changes and significant achievements. In 1962, the Institute was elevated to College status for its leadership in Christian education and for being the first CatholicCollege in Nueva Ecija. Msgr. Araullo, who was then the Director of the Institute, was conferred the honors as the Founder and First President of the College of the Immaculate Conception or C.I.C, for short, in order not to change the name C.I. for which the School has been known even up to the present.
No. of Years Operating: 84
No. of Students: 810
III. Narrative Report of he Interview
I approach Ms. Talavera in room 211 at second floor high school building.
As I interview her, I asked her name, and some ather information about her.
After that, I say thank you to her for her cooperation, then I asked her for some pictorial.
IV. Teacher’s Response
At first, she asked me what are we going to do in this interview.
While I interview her, she is always nswering me in a nice way.
On our pictorial, she is willing to take a picture with me.