Claim- Cycle dance, frog dance, and the sound of ducks are the part of new education board’s curriculum
Fact- none of the above activities is related to the new curriculum
Recently, several videos have surfaced on social media surrounding the new education curriculum. In these posts, various videos of dances (cycling dance, Sound of duck, and jumping frog dance) and physical activities are being shared, claiming that these are integrated into the new curriculum. Watch these videos here – Tik Tok, Tik Tok,Tik Tok,Tik Tok,Tik Tok, Tik Tok,Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok, Tik Tok & Tik Tok.
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Newschecker-Bangladesh has verified and found these claims to be false.
We utilize Google searches with keywords and reverse image searches to
locate the original sources of the viral videos. And found that these viral videos have no connection with the national curriculum.
In order to find the original source of the “bicycle training” video, we looked for the keywords in the rhyme found in the viral video. We found a YouTube channel called “Biswajit Borah Education.” On this channel, we found a video titled “SCERT Assam Class 1 Assamese Poem “Tiling tiling cycle solai feriwala jai” for kids,” which was uploaded two years ago. The video reveals that the poem is from the first grade of Assam’s Angkurun Anand Path. Additionally, the same viral video can be found on a Facebook page called Ratan Lal Saha. . On November 17, Ratan Lal Saha posted the viral video with a caption that reads, : FLN Training on Poem Poster for Oral Language Development. You can watch the video here.
In a related development, a video of teachers practicing duck calls as part of the new curriculum went viral on social media. A reverse image search of the video revealed that it had been posted by multiple users on various social media platforms at different times in 2022. The posts can be found on- Facebook, Facebook & Facebook.
The National Curriculum and Textbook Board issued a warning notice to address the misinformation about the video. The notice stated that the video is not part of the new education curriculum. The notice also urged people to be careful about sharing misinformation on social media.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni held a press conference on December 16, 2023, to address the misinformation about the viral videos. She stated that the videos are not part of the new education curriculum. She urged people to be careful about sharing misinformation on social media. See reports here- Prothom ALo.
In conclusion, the viral videos circulating on social media that are purportedly part of the new education curriculum are not part of any curriculum.
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