It’s a teacher’s job to present their students with lessons that strike the right balance between being informative and engaging. An educator in India took that requirement to the next level, though, teaching his class a big lesson using just a few lines on a chalkboard.
As far as language is concerned, Indian students often have a lot more to learn than students in other countries. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, which annually documents living languages across the globe, counts 415 different tongues within India alone.
Although some of these 415 living languages might only be used within small Indian communities, 24 of them are spoken by over one million of the country’s inhabitants. In addition, another 114 of the languages are used by more than 10,000 people in India.