In the Nzage neighborhood, Kilamba Kiaxi municipality, one of the nine in the capital, students and guardians applaud the teleaulas, which started on April 1, the first week of the state of emergency to contain the spread of covid-19.
Menezes Domba considers distance classes to be important, especially in this phase of confinement when the children are at home, because it helps them "to recap the lessons already given".
“The contents are interesting. I have accompanied and even for us adults help us to remember some things that we already gave when we were studying ”, said the person in charge of education, a specialist in disinfestation, regarding contents taught in the subjects of Portuguese Language, Mathematics, Study do Meio, Natural Sciences.
The initiative "is commendable", he commented, just making a note: I think times should be extended, I notice that it is a short time, but it already helps ".
At his residence and attentive to channel 2 of Public Television in Angola, which broadcast a mathematics class, little António Fausto da Fonseca, flanked by his brother and neighbors, told Lusa that he follows the telescope daily.
"The class is good, I have already learned the sum of the numbers and I see the classes almost every day," said the 11-year-old student, who attends the fourth grade of primary education, in Luanda.
André Domingos Sumbo, in charge of education, underlined that the initiative of the Ministries of Education and Social Communication “is very good”, helps students on a daily basis to review the material and parents must “collaborate”.
According to the professor, the classes “are adapted and adaptable to the context of the pandemic”, saluting the readiness and professionalism of the teachers who promote telecalls while the emergency lasts.
"Teachers are doing well in terms of content and it is a good initiative," he concluded.
At least 15 teachers are part of the team that daily records the teleaulas at the TPA Production Center, in Camana, in Luanda. Each class lasts for fifteen minutes.