- Lea Salonga shared her frustrations over the errors that she saw in some learning modules for students
- One module mistakenly labeled the owl as an ostrich and this elicited comments from the award-winning singer
- Lea commented on every mistake she saw and said that the errors “might be never-ending”
- It can be recalled that the Department of Education implemented distance or online learning amid the pandemic crisis
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Singer Lea Salonga expressed her frustrations over the errors she saw in the learning modules of students.
KAMI learned that Lea got brutally honest with her opinion over the errors.
In several Facebook posts, Lea commented on the mistakes and she even corrected one. In the learning material, the owl was mistakenly labeled as “ostrich.”
“For the love of....... there aren’t enough curse words in my vocabulary for this s***!!! THAT IS AN OWL, YOU IDIOTS!!!” she said.
Meanwhile, another module gave an instruction to match the color to its specific name. However, the material was printed in black and white. Therefore, it is impossible to determine the other colors.
“HOW, HA? HOW? TELL ME, HOOOOOOOOW???” Lea asked.
Lastly, Lea shared a module where it read “L is for rabbit.”
“This might be never-ending. Excuse me, I need to gouge out my eyes. QUE HORROR!!!” the singer said.
Lea Salonga is an award-winning actress and singer across the globe. She became popular for her exemplary performance in Miss Saigon and being the singing voice behind some Disney films.
Months ago, Lea cursed and aired her frustrations. She said that the Philippines is difficult to love.
However, the statement of Lea went viral and drew flak from netizens. She also explained the reason behind her post.
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