What Makes a Good Teacher Essay

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    knows for certain how and what students would learn. Report card day can either be a day of dread or a day of high anticipation with little in between. It can be stressful enough for a student when their friends want to see their report card or ask how they did, but those grade cards have to go home. How a parent reacts to bad grades either will make a child want to hide out of fear of punishment and yelling, or run home for comfort and understanding. Parents and teachers always play a role in…

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    believe that we need to make it creative, fun and active this will inspires greatness. Creating challenge so that a task goes a bit beyond what the children can already do. As an educator our main object is…

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    Poverty In Lean On Me

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    American Teacher, have a common theme of poverty throughout. This is a common issue in urban education. In Lean on Me the school is known as the worst school in New Jersey. Drug dealers and gang members were running the school. The students weren’t able to pass the state’s basic assessment test. Many of the students were from a minority household and have behavioral issues. The school lacks a security system and is forced to work with out-of-date resources. While in American Teacher focuses…

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    adapt accordingly and quickly to behavior that occurs in the classroom. A teacher needs to understand that while some students come to school to learn and make a life for themselves, others only come to school because they have to do so by law. Teachers cannot expect to have a class where every learner is able to thrive in a learning environment. Teachers have to use all different kinds of instructional techniques to make sure that all the students learn the material and become successful in any…

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    Carson Valley Observation

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    The lessons and professional performance that I observed at Carson- Valley was very good. The teachers in the classroom dressed in a professional matter. They also talked and approached the children in a respectful manner. The teachers spoke and helped children in the classroom. The lessons I observed in the classroom when the teacher was teaching the children how to write their name. She would have a piece of paper with the child’s name on it in a tracing form. She would lay all the paper on…

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    Kanesha Writing Style

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    It could be said that the most difficult thing a person can do is to transform their ideas, opinions, and research into writing. Many people wonder how people embark on this. What is the process like? Do they enjoy doing it? Why do they do it? Is it difficult? What makes it difficult or easy? During an interview with Kannesha Fulllove some of these questions have been answered. I find it fascinating to learn about someone else’s perspective of writing rather than my own. Kaneesha came from a…

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    year round schooling is a good idea to put into play in the U.S. Year round school should be allowed in the U.S for many reasons. The topic of year round has been a heated debate for a long time in the U.S. Although many think it’s not a good idea, it is a way that can help the U.S. in many ways. Year round schooling is a very good idea for many reasons such as how it would help give even more breaks and helps mentally, it gives kids more education, and it helps teachers with their lives too at…

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    presents through multiple short stories provide a clear image to what it takes to become one. Also, I have experienced teachers who carry one or more of the four virtues. A teacher from my past that exemplified the virtue of theatrical honesty was, my costuming teacher, Mrs. Magistrelli. She wouldn’t dress like Larisa Prebrazhenskaya in “turban-style head wraps and spotless white tack suits”, but in quotidian clothing (Coyle 189). What she did do was “raise my voice, lower my voice, ask…

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    Mrs. Erb Research Paper

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    anything and she’ll listen. As a teacher, she really cares about all of her students, and she shows that, and not many teachers do. She shows kindness and compassion through all aspects, and I admire her for that. Mrs. Erb is much more than a teacher, she’s a genuine friend, and we need more teachers like that in our schools. School isn’t supposed to be about getting along with teachers, or people in general, but when you do have a good relationship with a teacher, it makes the school year that…

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    What I have learned in class throughout the whole semester was more and more on how to write an essay well but also how I can take information about each article and top, I also learned on how well and what was to take notes and be able to understand what I am writing about and be able to create my own opinion. When writing different types of essay and also being able to tell my classmates and also my audience about my what my story is talking about and being able to get their attention. I…

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