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    TEACHERTEACHER TeacherTeacher is a play by Ellison Carroll in two acts which explores two different ways of teaching and learning. The traditional method of teaching is exemplified by Hamilton Cade‚ a young man who has been a teacher at many schools. The second method which is activity based learning or practical learning is tried by Charles Carter‚ an air force pilot but currently a handyman. Both Cade and Carter are hired by Niles Putnam‚ an architect‚ to teach and take care of his challenged

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    once said‚ “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires." [This is an excellent way to start off your essay! This quote is sure to grab your readers’ attention.] William Arthur Ward greatly inspired the classifications I chose to use in this essay; dedicated teachers or “great” teachers‚ typical or “good” teachers‚ and undedicated or “bad” teachers. While there are many qualities of a dedicated teacher; the one quality that

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    Elish-Piper‚ L.‚ & Bean‚ R. M. (2010). What Matters for Elementary Literacy Coaching? Guiding Principles for Instructional Improvement and Student Achievement. Reading Teacher‚ 63(7)‚ 544-554. Shanaban‚ T.‚ & Shanaban‚ C.‚ (2012). What is Disciplinary Literacy and Why Does it Matter? Top Lang Disorders‚ 32‚ 7-18   Case Study Teacher # At Risk Students # Limited Proficiency # Proficient #Exceeding Proficiency Lilian 5 10 11 4 Duane 7 7

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    A teacher is someone whose job is to teach especially in a school whether it is a secondary school‚ primary school or even kindergarten. Every teacher should have their qualification in order to be a teacher in a school. So‚ I think that a kindergarten teacher should have at least a basic degree to qualify them to be a good kindergarten teacher. Why kindergarten teacher should have a basic degree? There are several reasons why kindergarten teachers need a basic degree which is to ensure the children

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    Anchor 1: Good morning XIS family‚ the galaxy of intellectuals‚ your excellency‚ inviting our principal‚ director‚ teachers and all our friends. Firstly I wish all the teacher’s present here a very happy teacher’s day‚ dear audience you will yourself discover as the colours of this day unfold. Well my first and foremost duty on behalf of all the students of st. xavier‚ we welcome you all to today’s teacher’s day program. Anchor 2: We fell honoured to have with us our director sir Mr. Amrendra Kr

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    A. ROLE OF TEACHERS IN THE COMMUNITY The role of a teacher in society is both significant and valuable. It has far-reaching influence on the society he lives in‚ and no other personality can have an influence more profound than that of a teacher- Shiben Raina (2007). Many educationists have described the teacher in different ways. Some describe him as a dispenser of knowledge‚ while others see him as a leader‚ counsel or coach‚ facilitator and a role model. Whatever description one would want to

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    The positive and negative behaviors exhibited by teachers determine‚ to a great extent‚ their effectiveness in the classroom and‚ ultimately‚ the impact they have on student achievement. Several specific characteristics of teacher responsibilities and behaviors that contribute directly to effective teaching are listed for each of the following categories:  The teacher as a person  Classroom management and organization  Organizing and orienting for instruction  Implementing instruction 

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    How can teachers be advocates for children in and out of the classroom? Teachers play an important role‚ everyone knows that‚ but does anyone actually know how much teachers do for us? It seems that teachers are just an authority figure at school‚ but it is so much more than that. Teachers are in a classroom with about 25 children who thirst for an education. Teachers quench this thirst with the knowledge that they teach in the classroom. Teachers do not just advocate children in the classroom; they

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    Teachers You’re the reason behind our succuss Because of you every year a new generation is build A generation which is ready 4 the experience of life and the experience of been responsible Here is your short paragraph on My Teacher! I am being taught by many teachers in my school. Every subject has a different teacher‚ my Math teacher. Lakshmi Ma’am joined us only this academic year. However we all like her. She teaches us very well and makes us understand all the sums. She has lots of

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    A. What do you consider to be the major public education issues today? Address one in depth‚ outlining possible causes‚ effects and resolutions. The most alarming public education issues today have to do with teacher certification in specific content area and‚ the increase in students reading at the below basic level. Educators must have the knowledge of a content area to help nurture students understanding in a curriculum. Each educator must also be knowledgeable

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