Why Do I Want to Be a Teacher

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Why I want to be a teacher

Since the inception of human civilizations, the tradition and culture of sharing knowledge to the younger generation has been an integral part of the lifestyle. Teachers have been revered with gratitude and have always been considered to be the contributors in the development of society. As the wheels of time have progressed, teaching jobs have become a recognized profession, thanks to the awareness about importance of literacy and education in the world.  In our country, the career opportunities in this field have shown an unprecedented growth as skilled teachers are now in demand. It is believed that becoming a teacher is not a very difficult task, with some educational degrees you can become a teacher. It is absolutely wrong. Teaching must be considered more than a profession. 'Why I want to be a teacher', is the most important question that you've to answer before you plunge into make this highly esteemed profession as your career. I was giving a serious thought about becoming a teacher. There are some major issues that need to be addressed before you give your soul and heart to this profession. Why I Want to be a Teacher #1: Dive Deep into the Inner Desire! We all know the basic requirements to become a teacher and we have decided to pursue it after our university life, but hold on for few minutes, and think. Who is deciding the career for you? Job of a teacher can never be forced upon anyone. If it's forced, the quality and intention of teaching are bound to suffer. Give a thought to the teachers you were associated with. Weren't they all, in some way, an inspiration for you? For me, personally, one of my school teachers was just the person to go to for every question and queries. She was a strict disciplinarian and simultaneously a very good friend to her students. I just loved sitting for her English lessons. So the basic question you've to ask yourself is “do you want to help students achieve their full potential”?...
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