Teaching Strength and Weakness

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As I teach English to students, I believe early childhood education can play an essential role in preparing young English language learners for later success in school. Children who have an opportunity to develop basic foundational skills in language and literacy in preschool enter kindergarten ready to learn to read and write. As evaluating my own teaching I believe that as a teacher I need to evaluate my teaching techniques. My greatest strength as a teacher is that I have a great passion for teaching students, my love for learning and experiencing new ideas in class. I am able to adapt my lessons to meet the needs of all students. Mostly I put theory into Practice and this has helped me in seeing different classrooms and seeing how different teachers’ practices are. I go around classes and see how other teachers teach and evaluate whether it would be beneficial for me to adopt this kind of method and would my student grasp the knowledge am trying to teach them. I often need to modify my lesson plans if they are not going accordingly as I planned I always have a plan B with me if my plan A doesn’t works well. I often prepare less and change my ideas easily when am teaching as am teaching nursery students. To hold their attention I need to change my teaching techniques and ideas after every 5- 10 minutes. This is often an advantage for me because I change my style of teaching when I see that they are getting bored and I don’t have to stick to my lesson plan every time. I use more music and actions when am teaching them because it’s very hard for me to explain everything to them in words so mostly I do actions and demonstrate how it would work. I often think my strength is always being willing to learn and try new things, but this can be a weakness as well...

My biggest weakness is most definitely the time management. I usually have too many things going on at the same time and struggle to juggle them all. That’s why it is often hard for me to keep the...
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