Energetic teacher leaps into Mzansi's hearts: "He's so entertaining"

Energetic teacher leaps into Mzansi's hearts: "He's so entertaining"

- A primary school teacher has charmed Mzansi social media users

- A video of him was shared on social media

- In the footage, he is seen giving a lively lesson to excited pupils

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An enthusiastic teacher has warmed the hearts of Mzansi after a video emerged of his unusual teaching methods. In the footage, the man is seen jumping and leaping in the classroom to make demonstrations of what he was teaching.

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In a cute video shared by Twitter user Malebah, a primary school teacher is seen running across the room and doing hand-stands in order to teach his pupils about the use of energy. The excited young pupils seemed to be enjoying the lesson just as much as Mzansi social media users. Many commended the teacher for going beyond his call of duty to make sure his learners grasped concepts.

Twitter user Nonhla_Shembe said:

"We need more teachers like this, with this kind of energy. These kids will never forget what energy is, cause the teacher is energy itself."

While KhetheloMazi1 said:

"When I was in Grade 8 my class teacher who was our Physics teacher jumped on to the desk with his belt and attempted to hit us, we ran and scattered: He said thats Lesson One on Behaviour of Gas Molecules under Various Pressures. Lol never forgot."

Kanyane23 said:

"He's so entertaining I'll make sure I repeat my grades. Who would wanna leave his class?"

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thembisile Sambo's passion for carpentry has seen her go from employee to employer. The former maths teacher switched chalk for chisel when she opened her own furniture manufacturing company.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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