Video of parent who used Mobile Legends in teaching his son amazes netizens

Video of parent who used Mobile Legends in teaching his son amazes netizens

- A Filipino parent tried an interesting way to help his son with his class modules

- He used the popular game “Mobile Legends” in teaching his child with mathematical symbols

- He can be heard mentioning characters such as “Gusion” and “Alucard”

- The video already has thousands of views, likes, and shares on various social media platforms

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A video of a Filipino father helping his son with his modules has gone viral on social media.

KAMI learned that the said parent can be seen teaching his child using the popular mobile game called “Mobile Legends.”

Video of parent who used Mobile Legends in teaching his son amazes netizens
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Source: UGC

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The father used characters in the said online game to familiarize his son with the right usage of greater than and less than symbols.

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He can be heard mentioning the characters “Gusion” and “Alucard” in comparing who between them is stronger or weaker.

The technique of the said father seemed effective since his child can already identify if a number is greater or less than the other.

“Ganito yun gamitin sila ha. Sa kaliwa si Gusion, sa kanan si Alucard. Si Gusion, level 1. Si Alucard, level 2. Mas mataas si Alucard. Anong gagamitin mo dito sa tatlo?” the father told his son.

“Si Gusion, level 6. Si Alucard, level 12 na. O anong sagot mo diyan? Less than. Sino mataas?” he added.

The video, which was shared on Edu Manzano official Facebook page, already has more than 3 thousand reactions and 2 thousand shares.

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Watch the viral video below:

Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, face-to-face classes are momentarily suspended. Schools resort to modular learning for this academic year.

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A video of a male student burning his class modules immediately went viral in the online world.

Some social media users also pointed out recently an error in one of the modules distributed to students. It called mosquitoes “namok” in Tagalog.

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