Teacher Uses Beyoncé's 'Formation' to Teach Geometry

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Okay class, now let's get in formation!

Beyoncé may have received a lot of unnecessary backlash over "Formation," but there's one person who knew that not only was the song going to be a bit, but it could also be used to educate.

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Ciera Paul, a teacher in New Orleans, decided to change up the lyrics and use the song to teach her students geometry. The 7th grade class sings about angles and circles with nice Spanish portion in the middle. Paul told ABC News that she's seen improvement in participation and grades and most of the kids know the song by heart.

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"This is just an interesting way to change it up a little bit and get away from the traditional teaching methods of just pens and paper," Paul told ABC. Paul has received tons of praise for finding an engaging and fun way to get students interested in math and the teacher has been blown away by the response.

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It's always awesome seeing a teacher take a new approach to education and we're sure the kids didn't mind a little Beyoncé-inspired lesson.

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