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Qualities Of The Perfect Teacher
This is just kind of a personal essay of what I think are the qualities of the perfect teacher.
My name is Laura Méndez, I am 14 years old and I live in Cali. I really don't like to write much, but there are times when is necesary to tell how things we never imagine can happen.
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Qualities Of The Perfect Teacher
At school we always mention how good or bad our teachers are; but we don’t know how hard they work to try to make us learn and feel good. There are many ways in which you can know if a teacher is good or not. First of all, to be a good teacher, the person has to earn some qualities, but since teachers are also human , you will never see a person with all the qualities. The most important qualities are to be responsible, respectful, organized, creative, “harsh” and be a good leader.
Being responsible means that all their work is well done. Being responsible also means to be prepared for class, to distribute the time correctly, and to be able to plan a class with time. Another characteristic is to respect others. Being respectful means that she/he must learn how to live with others mistakes and opinions, to respect the differences and value each person for what they are.
A very important aspect of a teacher is to be organized. Students feel more secure about their work if they know the teacher is organized. This happens because the last thing a student would want will be that the work they have done with a lot of effort gets lost. When a teacher is creative, the class becomes more fun and unique and therefore this is another important quality for a teacher to have. For students it is important to know that the class they are going to have is fun and you know you will enjoy it. The feeling of being with someone unique means a lot because you are taught to be yourself and be more independent, have your own ideas. Students are sometimes difficult to deal with, so they (“we”) need someone harsh who is preparing them for the future, making them go beyond. At the beginning it’s difficult to live with a person of this kind, but later you get use to it and thank God you met the person. This is useful because you learn to be a stronger person capable to handle a big amount of work in the future.
A teacher is the one who makes people learn some skills and make them work well. To do this, the teacher needs to have a highly grade of leadership so people obey. It is not only to be a leader but a good one because people usually follow leaders and we want to have a good example. These are just some qualities that make a good teacher. A perfect teacher will have them all but since there is no perfect teacher, at least teachers should try to earn most of the qualities.
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