2.teaches good pronunciation;
4.speaks good English;
5.shows equal interest in all students;
6.encourages student participation;
7.shows great patience.
One of the most important aspects of a successful learning environment is the rapport a teacher has with her students. Establishing this rapport is probably one of the hardest things to teach, as it very much depends on individual personality and teaching style, but with some effort can be the key to success in language learning. Working with children for example is a very demanding job as it requires a lot of patience and creativity. Being energetic and full of ideas and the children motivated throughout classes isnt necessarily easy especially when English is not their mother's tongue.
I also use the whiteboard to highlight the topics we are discussing and end up brainstorming our entire class thereafter. Although having said that, i think its very important to be patient (which i must admit can be nerve wrecking) and encourage the kids to speak up. Some of them are either very shy or worried that they may be judged incorrectly. I normally tell my little ones that it doesnt matter if they make a mistake, as long at theyre trying and practise makes perfect.
I find pop up quizzes and challenges seem to encourage them all the more. Funny enough, the competition amongst one another, seems to motivate them to focus more.
Working abroad in some cases can be painfully lonely, especially if you are working in somewhere isolated, or in a country where the language is very different to our own.
You might be immersed in a totally different culture
Positive attitude: The tight a teacher through anything without negavatively impacting students.
High expectations: Letting students achieve your level of expectations thereby gfiving them a boost in confidence which will help students learn and achieve more....