4 Teacher Parodies of Rebecca Black’s “Friday”

Nov 9, 2012 by

I’m not sure why I’m even posting this. Maybe because it’s 3:00 on a Friday afternoon, I’ve spent a good portion of this week running around doing “lunch and learns”, mini-workshops, planning for and leading the district technology leadership meeting, cleaning up lots of Google Docs, setting up some WordPress sites, helping run a community learning night, and managing to keep myself relatively sane thanks for copious amounts of caffeinated beverages. You can blame me for posting the following videos on the fact that my brain is mush, or praise the teachers in them for being courageous enough to do the videos. I leave that call up to you. I hope you enjoyed your Friday.

The following video was the first teacher version of Friday, which is more or less the teacher’s just having fun doing a lip dub. Curious about the teacher holding the baby while sitting in the driver’s seat.

 

The first actual parody I found that changes up the lyrics for the song AND makes fun of a lot of things that I’ve experienced in our school; mysteriously cold or warm rooms, fountains at odd heights, and teachers looking rather awkward dressing up like their students.

 

One music teacher’s rather humorous parody of Friday, including confetti, jump ropes, and vacuum cleaners!

 

Last, but not least, this one is probably my favorite of the bunch. Just about as closely accurate to the actual video as you can get (sets, camera angles, etc.), it also has some great “hand dolphin” out the car window. My favorite part? They call their professional development “Pro-D” day. I’ve never heard that one before, it struck me as rather odd, not sure why.

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