Often used by teachers Social websites To share their stories and anecdotes with students. Usually, these stories don’t take long to go viral on social networks because many of them are so funny. Precisely, a teacher just used Twitter To describe an event involving Mario Vargas Loza.
Jose LorenteHigh school teacher and expert Hispanic Philosophy, He asked one of his students who he was. Mario Vargas Loza. Being an international figure and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2010, the academic thought he already knew him, but he couldn’t help but laugh when he heard the strange answer.
“It has already happened. I asked a high school class if they knew who Vargas Llosa was and they told me he was Preisler’s boyfriend,” the teacher recounted in a tweet that quickly went viral.
The professor assured that the new generation knows the Peruvian writer more for his personal aspect than his professional one. Even within the class, the socialite and well-known singer’s mother’s love life was discussed. Enrique Iglesias.
Lorente’s tweets generated a wave of comments. One of his followers wrote, “The other day, two first-year students (one of them from sociology) had no idea who Breisler was. That’s too bad. I had to give them a master class, including the Iglesias Falcó Boyer Preysler family tree.
Professor Lima enters the university and is surprised to find a pembos there
Álvaro Palacios, who is also a photographer and audiovisual director in addition to being a university professor, posted on his TikTok account a local of the Peruvian fast food chain Pembos at the University of Lima, with a decoration with the company’s characteristics.
A Peruvian teacher teaches her students how one falls in love in a unique love story
Things of love! No doubt Teachers find many ways to engage their students During classes. This time, one of them wanted to explain to each person how the limbic system works. To make it possible, he told a love story with humorous touches that made him “popular”. TikTok.
Before beginning the explanation, he asked a question to his “sipolitos,” as he affectionately calls them. “Which would be easier? Fall in love or forget?” she opined in front of her room. In unison, everyone answered the second option.