Student answers modules while selling balut at night

Student answers modules while selling balut at night

- A student has captured the heart of netizens after he was photographed answering modules

- What made the photos shareworthy was that he was answering using the illumination of the light coming from the balut kariton

- All the while, he was selling balut to earn a living, something that other kids do not experience yet they still complain

- Other netizens chimed in and said that with the grit and determination that the kid is showing, he will surely reach greater heights

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Facebook user Vanessa Tranquilo Belonio shared photos of a kid, whom she described was located near 7-11.

The kid was selling balut and at the same time, he was answering modules.

Many netizens praised the kid for showing his dedication to his studies without any qualms.

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Some netizens commented that other kids should be like him.

Another netizen said, "Amu na ya Ang tyakto wla ga reklamo.. iban ya aircon na Ang balay reklamador pa. (Yan ang tama, hindi nagrereklamo. Yung iba, aircon na ang bahay, reklamador pa.)"

Social media is replete with sentiments made by students on how difficult it has been for them doing their modules amid online classes.

This kid surely showed them what it's like to dedicate time and effort to one's education.

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Student answers modules while selling balut at night
Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Source: UGC

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Students and teachers have to adapt to the new method of teaching and learning amid the pandemic. Previously, DepEd Secretary Briones stated that the fund for Manila Bay white sand could have been used for distance learning.

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The Department of Education has also released the school calendar for the academic year 2020-2021.

The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal.

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