Teacher teaches without textbooks and heartbreaking revelations surface online

Teacher teaches without textbooks and heartbreaking revelations surface online

- The story of an unidentified teacher who uses photocopied materials to teach her students has popped up online

- The teacher is unable to use textbooks as they are not available for use but uses creative ways to impart knowledge

- The teacher revealed that most of her students come from poor backgrounds and have unemployed parents

YEN.com.gh understands that an unidentified teacher in an African country goes about her work without using textbooks.

The teacher, per reports available, does her best to make her lessons as interactive, practical and as fun as possible.

She adds that she does her best to ensure that her students can get the best chances both home and abroad.

Teacher teaches without textbooks and heartbreaking revelations surface online

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The teacher noted that she heavily relies on photocopied materials as well as her phone to help her students appreciate the topics being taught.

The students, she revealed, come from poor communities and the basic amenities to make life bearable are often absent.

She went on to say, per a report by bbc.com, that several social vices are present in such areas and most parents of the children are unemployed.

To apply and hopefully gain access to tertiary institutions, she revealed, all of the children make use of her cellphone.

Her revelations have caught on with a number of social media users and they have expressed their opinions:

Robinson noted that that the teacher deserves respect and recognition.

King congratulated her for a good job.

Tshifhiwa revealed that schools at Limpopo in South Africa lack basic materials.

Lekgwareng added that South African teachers are the best.

Bam however disclosed that the teacher is possibly rich and therefore the story could be lies.

Turner however stated that there is no need for textbooks since the internet is available.

In other news, a video of the late musician, Michael Joseph Jackson, being crowned as king of the Agni people has surfaced online.

The Agni people, reports suggest, belong to the Kingdom of Sanwi, which was formerly located in Ghana.

They however moved to Cote D’Ivoire in 1740.

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