DOTA fans are not pleased
School has started for a lot of universities. But there’s one perplexing question, how does one hold PE (Physical Education) classes online?
De La Salle University Manila perhaps found a way—the university introduced Mobile Legends in its PE class.
For “Isohel” (not his real name so as not to displease the DOTA gods), a DLSU student who is taking ML for PE, said, “Honestly, I’m ok with it although it’s not my game– I hate it. But it’s also nice that students are exposed to MOBA (Multiple Online Battle Arena), for there’s also a possibility they can discover bigger games like DOTA (Defense of the Ancients) and LOL (League of Legends).”
A typical PE “ML” class would be for the students to play on their desktops, laptops or phones with the camera on so the PE teacher can check on them, This is happening all via Zoom. But for those who do not have gadgets to work on, how does it go?
“We submit screen shots as proof,” Isohel added.
DLSU student Charles Magno added that before playing Mobile Legends they have a five-minute warmup where they do stretching, jumping jacks, high knees and all other sorts before they play for two hours.
So what do you think about this “new normal” PE class?
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3 comments on “Mobile Legends in PE?”
Since E-Sports is becoming a big thing in our country, this should an option. This is an alternative for those students who doesn’t have enough space in their homes to perform activities tasked to them.
Over the past few years, the E-Sports scene in our country grew really fast. Especially in Mobile Legends because of the well-known streamers such as AkosiDogie, Z4pnu, Honda Beast, etc. This is a good alternative for those students who doesn’t have enough space in their homes to perform the tasks given to them.