Teachers have to constantly find ways to get their students’ attention, especially if they are teaching particularly boring subjects like Math.
Back in my college days, the most “exciting” class was Earth Science because the lively teacher always had ways to keep the class interested with his rather crazy antics and tricks. Thus, even if the subject matter was rather boring, there was never a dull moment in class. Everyone would be raptly listening.
So, when I found this video on YouTube, I immediately loved it! I love teachers who go out of their way to make their lessons fun. This particular video was not exactly about a lesson but you know the teacher is quite fun by the way he was able to deliver this masterpiece with deadpan expression.
You’ll surely love this hilarious video…it reminds me a lot of Mr. Bean. LOL.
April Fools’ Day
In many parts of the world, particularly in the United States, Australia, Canada, and Europe, people create harmless pranks on the first day of April. Often, the victims are unaware of the prank, forgetting that it is April Fools’ Day.
Many pranksters go for common pranks but most would try to do something never tried by someone else before. The goal is to out-prank friends. This could sometimes cause serious problems but most simply enjoy the prank because, well, it is April Fools’ Day, anyway.
Some newspapers even participate in the celebration by printing hoax or satire stories. These days, brands also have fun pranking their customers by supposedly releasing new versions of their products or other pranks.
There is much controversy about how the day came to be celebrated but this has been popular since the beginning of the 19th century. However, there has been reference to the day in The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer back in 1392!