A teacher plays reggae music to his students after they said they weren’t ready for the biology test

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  • A man working overseas as a teacher has been praised by many after he shared a video of his students preparing for his test
  • After the students shouted ‘no’ in response to whether they were ready for their test, he played music for them in class
  • Many social media users who reacted to his video said he was a great teacher, based on how he treated them.

A young man who identifies himself as a teacher on TikTok shared a video showing his oyinbo students preparing for his biology test.

Filming himself as he walked through their classroom, he said he would ask them if they were ready for his test even though he knows they are still preparing.

People praised the young man for being a good teacher. Image source: TikTok/@1achabu
Source: UGC

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As soon as he left, “Are you ready for your biology test?” everyone shouted “No!”. The teacher said he knew that would be their answer.

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Seconds into the video, the students could be seen focused as they sat down for their test. He also played music to calm the students.

Watch the clip below:

At the time of writing, the video has garnered over 100 comments with thousands of likes.

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

Okukuseku said:

“Dude!! your students are adorable!!”

Proph️ said:

“Not in Ghana, you won’t like pre-exam entertainment.”

Abena Kwabea Bansah said:

“Wow sir, you were an outstanding teacher during my shs days..God bless you sir Achabu.”

AkmansTravel said:

“The song tries to motivate them like, ‘Don’t worry, about the test because the zeros in the strings won’t be your part. “

Robertgh said:

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“Aaaah hence the reggae song in the classroom.”

Efoua London said:

“I have been watching your videos for a while and I can see that you are truly a happy man after moving. May God grant everyone’s heart desires.”

A woman named best teacher

Meanwhile, TUKO.co.ke reported earlier that a Nigerian teacher, Fauziyah Adegeye, who used TikTok to encourage learning, was rewarded by the Lagos State government with a car.

The woman posts videos under the TikTok handle @teacher_sade. Her music videos always have her correcting some misused expressions in English.

In one clip, she taught people the right words to use between older brother and older brother. Fauziyah appreciated people supporting her with prayers as she posed with the car the government gave her.

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