Western Cape Afrikaans Teacher Goes Viral With Amapiano Dance Moves During Lesson, Video Hits 2.2 Million

Western Cape Afrikaans Teacher Goes Viral With Amapiano Dance Moves During Lesson, Video Hits 2.2 Million

  • A stunning teacher made learning in her class fun by using music and dance to get her learners hooked on her lesson
  • The beautiful teacher danced, and her students created beats using their tables during an Afrikaans letter lesson
  • Netizens, touched by her skill and energy, wished that more teachers could take a leaf out of her page and make learning more fun
  • Robyn told Briefly News that she started using this technique this year

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An Afrikaans teacher made learning fun when dancing while the kids played beats. Image: @klankejuffie
Source: TikTok

A beautiful young teacher made it lit in her classroom by teaching her kids Afrikaans with a vibe.

The gorgeous Western Cape educator added some beats and Amapiano dance moves, and the children can be heard rhythmically jamming and learning with their teacher.

Learning should be fun for children, and this teacher ensured the little ones never forgot her Afrikaans lessons.

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Afrikaans teacher dances Amapiano moves during lessons

@klankejuffie's viral video struck a remarkable chord with many South Africans, and it went viral with over 2.2 million views. The teacher, whose real name is Robyn Botes, is shown teaching the kids Afrikaans vowels and consonants while at the same time busting a few dance moves. Her class children provide the beats and enthusiastically chant the sounds and letters.

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According to the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, using music to teach in classrooms increases children's abilities to memorize lessons, builds relationships with teachers and learners, and accelerates literacy.

Teacher tells Briefly News kids respond well to her methods

Briefly News spoke to Robyn Botes, a grade two teacher at John D Crawford Primary School in Beauford West. She said that this technique helps kids memorize their lessons effectively.

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"I started using this method at the beginning of this year. My kids respond positively to this type of learning style. They enjoy it, and their marks prove it works for them. The kids do not get bored. They enjoy it, and they participate very well. They remember the work better, too," she said.

Watch the video here:

Mzansi loves the teacher's energy in the TikTok video

Netizens were amazed by the teacher's energy as she danced while teaching and wished she would teach adults like this too.

Cleanstep said:

"Please consider offering such classes for adults too. I'd never miss a day."

B.Santina Strauss loves her energy.

"I love your energy when teaching the children and hearing how they enjoy it."

Jamie-lee Damon loved her passion.

"It's the passion for me. May your videos inspire other teachers to bring their unique passion to the table to help our children."

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Ntwani_Frans commented:

"I wanna go back to school."

Piero February was grateful.

"My inner child would be thrilled and excited to come to school. Thank you for doing what you do."

Mzansi teacher dances to Amapiano in class in viral video

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a teacher's students went wild after he danced to an Amapiano song.

The video went viral, and the teacher busted some impressive moves, which amazed the teachers and the country.

One netizen commented that these relationships between learners and teachers make learning more enjoyable.

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