Lady Teacher Instructs Students to Say “Ang Ganda ni Ma’am” During Attendance Check

Lady Teacher Earns Reactions Online for Attendance Check w/ A Twist “Ang Ganda ni Ma’am”

A lady teacher goes viral online after instructing her students to say “Ang Ganda ni Ma’am” during their attendance check.

Teacher is an employee hired in both private and public schools to teach young kids regarding academics. They were tasked to help students to acquire knowledge, competence, or virtue in order to become a better person in the future.

Within the school premises, teachers also act as the second parents of the students. Teachers also want to ensure that their students are comfortable during class.

Lady Teacher

Educators were expected to look out for and nurture the young students. Educators also help students to be responsible citizens.

A Facebook user named Rhonalette Caraig Ambangan has shared a video of herself instructing the students to say “Ang Ganda ni Ma’am” during the checking of attendance. The video elicits reactions online.

In the video, it can be seen that Teacher Ambangan is instructing her elementary students to say “ang ganda ni ma’am” instead of present during the attendance check with a twist. She urged her pupils to answer once their name was called.

The female educator started to check the attendance in alphabetical order. Each student politely followed the teacher’s instructions and obeyed her command. The students have also enjoyed the icebreaker.

Ambangan also owned the Facebook page “Maam Rhona The Explorer”. Rhona is working as a teacher at San Diego Elementary School.

The video has a caption:

“Attendance Check :

“Ang ganda ni Maam”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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