Video goes viral showing teacher praising student in an unusual way

Video goes viral showing teacher praising student in an unusual way

- A video has been shared showing another interaction between teacher and learner and has gone viral

- Social media users feared the worst as a male teacher is seen shouting aggressively at an alarmed female student

- The video warmed the hearts of many as it showed off the teacher’s unique way of praising his students

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Following the spate of alarming teacher and student altercations of late, South Africans have been bracing themselves when they come across new school videos on social media.

South Africa Live recently shared one such video but it contained a hugely positive twist.

The footage proved extremely popular as it’s been liked excessively and attracted more than 300 comments.

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The video starts off with a male teacher shouting aggressively towards one of his female learners as he asks, “What’s this?”

The frazzled student responds by saying, “This is my work sir.”

The teacher then shouts, “This is absolutely brilliant!”

He continues to praise her at the top of his voice and labels her work as incredible.

Overcome by joy, the girl thanks the teacher and proceeds to walk to the front of the class and receive applause.

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Briefly.co.za noted the reaction of South Africans and many were loving the unconventional form of praise.

Gisele Du Toit said, “Well done Mr Tewson you have always been an amazing Teacher but this is on another leave lol look at the comments.”
Lance Richmond added: “Now these are the videos that need to go viral!”
Freddy Khoza also said, “We can take this kind of behavior from the teacher, maybe even give him a piece of the land.”

Many social media users expected a heated verbal exchange between learner and teacher based on the start of the video.

Alecia-lee Bezuidenhout added, “Joh for a second I thought uhu... here comes trouble! Lol”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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