Young boy breaks down while answering massive volume of modules, "Pa, andami pa oh"

Young boy breaks down while answering massive volume of modules, "Pa, andami pa oh"

- A video of a boy who broke down while answering a massive amount of modules has gone viral

- He cried so hard as the modules were so many and he felt that he would have to keep on answering until 8 p.m.

- The father could be heard saying that he needed to finish answering all of them, but he found it so distressing and too much

- Eventually, he got up and had tantrums as he refused to answer anymore due to the volume

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A video of a young boy crying, breaking down while answering his modules, was shared by Claudine Julia Salazar Quilab.

The boy could be seen crying, shouting, and complaining at the volume that he needed to answer.

He said that he would be there until 8 p.m. and that he would not eat.

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His father could be heard saying, you have to finish them, and even said, "If you cry, does it add anything to your answers?"

The caption on the video was:

"ano ka kastress sa module mo?

11 subjects/modules per week

P.S. may break time man siya, so kalma kamo"

The young boy seemed to be stressed. The caption on the video said that the boy also has a break time.

The coronavirus pandemic has certainly caused a lot of changes in the educational system. It has even caused changes to the daily routine.

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Young boy breaks down while answering massive volume of modules, "Pa, andami pa oh"

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