Giovanny went the extra mile to complete his homework assignment.
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Breaking news! A tiny weather reporter from Sarawak left a viral storm on social media for his ‘A++’ effort in finishing his homework.
12-year-old Giovanny Pengiran, a Standard 6 student from the Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Luagan primary school in Lawas was praised for his enthusiastic local weather broadcast made for his home-based learning and teaching (PdPR) assignment he did with the help of his parents.
Now this should go viral. The effort, the creativity and the commitment. He deserves A+.— Fion 🐥 (@fionjs) August 23, 2021
Masyaallah, this is so cool! And cute. Our future generation and leader of the nation. ❤️— One-ni-ta. (Wanita means Woman) (@OneNyta) August 23, 2021
SO CUTE— Saaji (@cookiessaaji) August 22, 2021
In a video posted by his school teacher, 28-year-old Muhammad Nazmi, the amateur meteorologist was seen out with an umbrella in the pouring rain, pretending to be a correspondent for TV3.
“As you can see behind me, it doesn’t feel very windy today. This weather will stay the same for the rest of the day,” reported Giovanny as he tells the audience to be prepared for the cold and wet weather in the region.
Xda istilah halal tak halal ilmu.Rajin atau tak,suka atau tak masuk kelas,ilmu semua di bagi sama rata.Semua dapat.Sebab ni bkan kja sukarela, tp tanggungjawab— Muhammad Nazmi (@chuckee_little) August 22, 2021
Wlu tak gah mcm time bersemuka dulu, tp tetap cuba bg yg terbaik.Terima kasih sebab masih setia dgn PDPR guru2 kamu ❤️ pic.twitter.com/198VUCnRpm
Speaking to TRP, Giovanny’s teacher Nazmi told of how the boy went the extra mile to accomplish a simple schoolwork.
The task is to write a weather report and read it out loud. This week I was supposed to assess their reading and pronunciation. But he took it a bit far and instead did it under the rain.Muhammad Nazmi
Living in rural Sarawak, the teacher revealed that students of SK Luagan can’t exactly take part in online PdPR classes and are instead given teaching materials delivered to them personally by their teachers.
For about 9 months now, students and teachers across the country have been forced to partake in PdPR as schools remain closed due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Experts have deduced that the current environment and prolonged time away from the classroom is widening the education gap between rural and urban kids.
The situation has also been noted to be causing immense amounts of stress for students, teachers and parents alike.
“My advice is to appreciate your students and their parents who are patiently being loyal to your PdPR.” said Nazmi sharing a piece of advice for his fellow educators.
Acknowledging how difficult things were at the moment, the teacher told his kin to keep their chin up and continue performing their jobs to the best of their abilities.
“The PdPR is not as good as face to face learning, but still, the kids are still sticking with you to study. So keep giving them our best.”Muhammad Nazmi
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