Teacher Essay Examples

The Efective Primary School Teacher

There are numerous ways in which a Primary school teacher can be effective within the school environment. It is important that the teacher creates a positive climate that is conducive with learning, allowing the children to work within set structures and boundaries. An effective teacher will also be consistent in his/her approach and this can… View Article

An Effective Classroom Teacher

I believe that with being a teacher comes great responsibility. A teacher will leave a lasting impression on their pupils, they should be free from any prejudice and treat children as individuals by respecting their backgrounds, religion, disability and race. I am extremely concerned about becoming an effective teacher and many factors contribute to this…. View Article

A Day in the Life of a Teacher

I hear the sound of my alarm clock at 6:30am. Time to get up! I wish it was Saturday, no school! No, I’m not a child, nor a student, but a teacher! You don’t think we enjoy everyday at work, do you? No. That’s rubbish. Let me continue with my story of a day in… View Article

The Good Teachers

The desire to throw away youth and to grow up in evident also in ‘The Good Teachers’ as the speaker reveals a list of things she used to do as a child in order to make herself appear older and more mature, ‘You roll the waistband/ of your skirt over and over’, the repetition of… View Article

Homeschool vs Public School

In this paper I plan on describing education and how it has shaped me. How education effects everyone depending on their situation, whether they are rich, poor, white, black, healthy , or disable . There is a type of education for everybody. In all three essays the authors taught us through the characters they used,… View Article

Vacations: Long Vacation vs. Short Vacations

Some people believe that students should be given one long vacation each year. Others believe that students should have several short vacations throughout the year. Which viewpoint do you agree with? Use specific reasons and examples to support your choice. Vacations is something that most expected by the student. For the teachers who want a… View Article

Why Are Listening Skills Difficult to Teach?

In my 26 years in teaching, I find listening skills to be the most difficult and challenging to teach. This is because of many different reasons or conditions such as the students’ age, physical, mental, emotional or psychological status, and other factors that may affect the ability of a learner to listen attentively with understanding…. View Article

My Ideal Teacher

In my college thise are many teachiss. Each one teaches us different subjects. Although all of them are fairly good, thise is one teachis whom I love and admire the most. his name is MR. ali. he is the most pleasing personality that I have ever come across. he is an ideal teachis. he has… View Article

Professional teacher

Development takes what is there as a valuable starting point, not as something to be replaced, but a useful platform on which to build. To do so is to recognise not only that teachers do have valuable existing expertise but also that, if teachers are forced to choose, they will usually revert to their secure… View Article

Adjective Lesson Plan: Teaching with PPP

It is important that advanced students’ vocabulary continuously progresses. This teaching plan explains how to teach new adjectives. Date: 14 July 2013 Class Level: Level 7 – Advanced Students Length of Lesson:1 hour 5 minutes Lesson Type & Subject:Vocabulary: adjectives. Materials Needed: Pictures of weather, realia (abnormally large fruit/object, flower) and worksheet. Lesson Objective: Students… View Article

Teaching grammar in context

According to Constance Weaver’s book entitled Teaching Grammar in Context, this particular aspect of education helps the students used their language in a correct manner of putting phrases and thoughts together to create a single message that sends a rightful idea to the readers or the listeners of the message. This I the primary reason… View Article

Second language acquisition

Study: To access the impact of anxiety and age on second language learning. Method A personal information questionnaire was first provided to two classes (34) of adults studying in the second semester of a migrant English program, all of whom had undertaken an oral exam within their English program two weeks earlier. From this corpus… View Article

Teacher As A Resource For Students

The boy came from The Dominican Republic and did not speak English. This proved to be a problem not just for the young student but his teacher, classmates, and school as well. How would he learn, cope and thrive is his new environment? How would his new surrounding help him adjust? These were the questions… View Article

Evaluation of teaching

In groups students will successfully complete a procedural checklist/guide and then demonstrate the procedure following the checklist meeting the following criteria: Note made of all material needed for the procedure. Procedure for preparing the environment and the patient for the NG tube insertion described and performed satisfactorily. Each step for NG tube insertion outlined and… View Article