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What would you do if….. I know teaching will have its hard times. I also know that that some students can be extremely rude and disrespectful. If the students knocked down my lesson plan I would let them know the hard work I put into it. I know this wouldn’t make them change how they felt about the lesson plan but I would also ask them if they had any brilliant plans, and how could they make this interesting. I would then make sure I give extra homework that night for being disrespectful; hopefully...

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Teaching Is a Vocation

TEACHING IS A VOCATION We aspire to learn from a teacher. In fact, it is not difficult to sympathize with or even admire teachers. Think of the number of persons who were able to touch your lives. I am so sure most of them are teachers. Many of us grew up admiring teachers. Think of Miss Noel, Miss Inakay, Mr. Salvador, and the list goes on and on. We remember their advices. We remember their counsels. We remember their enthusiasm. We remember their care. We remember just the way...

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The Teaching Profession

Being a Teacher Although teaching, from the outside looking in, appears simpler than it actually is, there are many challenges a teacher faces throughout his or her career. Despite these difficulties, there are also many rewards. As I consider this field for my future career, I will discover some of the most important aspects, such as the beginnings of teaching, how the profession has evolved and where teaching is headed in the future. Also it is important to...

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Is teaching a profession?

the "professional character, spirit or methods" or the "standing, practice, or methods of a professional as distinguished from an amateur". Now to the question that whether teaching is a profession or not, some people consider it as a profession and some do not. However, I would firmly and in one line statement say that teaching is a profession. How? The following passages would clarify. Although the term 'professional' might at first glance seem to be relatively easy to define, it is in fact quite...

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Teaching as a Career

TEACHING AS A CAREER One day you go to school for the last time. What to do after that? You realize that the time to choose one job out of hundreds has come. Before you can choose, you ask yourself quite a lot of questions. Many young people consider teaching as a career. It is a real challenge to your character, abilities and talent, as teaching is a constant stream of decisions. Children in the classroom aren’t just boys and girls. Every is a unique individual who has never been...

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teaching role

provoking exercise. As the end of college approaches however I feel that this was certainly the most relevant philosophy topic that we have studied so far.Adorno, essentially outlines the requirements for a good teacher and also the environment of teaching and learning that they create in the classroom. Essentially Adorno requires the teacher to be an intellectual i.e. –to possess a “relationship to his own work and to the total social totality of which it is a part “1 .This intellectualism , according...

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Teaching Philosophy

teachers teach their students that make the difference. When teacher’s take a look into their teaching philosophy it empowers them to do their best in the classroom. Their philosophic inventory allows them to understand how their student’s are going to learn, acquire knowledge and how they are going to apply that knowledge to be a successful productive citizen in our society. Teaching and Learning Teaching and Learning are intertwined with each other to the degree that they complement each other...

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teaching as a carrer

Teaching can be a great job, and extremely beneficial and satisfying. The daily life of a teacher is not really all that hard to manage. One of the major daily routines that must be done is of course, teaching the daily objectives to the students so that they may understand them and learn. However, before they teach the day's objective, they have to lay lesson plans out and figure out how they will teach that certain criteria, building the lesson around the text book and the knowledge that...

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Teaching Plan

The teaching plan will be for the proper use of condoms, for high school students ages, 13-19. Teenagers going through this stage of development would like to participate and feel some ownership of their lesson plan. Teenagers also have short attention spans, so things need to move quickly. (Piccolo 2010) The plan would be to set up a 45 minute class. A few days prior to the class I would introduce the topic and hand out a questionnaire/quiz, along with additional lines for comments and other...

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Philosophy of Teaching

My Teaching Philosophy Philosophy of teaching is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning. It discuss how you put your beliefs in practice by including concrete examples of what you do or anticipate doing in class. My teaching philosophy is ‘participatory learning’. It a type of learning process whereby learners are put in the centre of every learning situation, in other words pupils take active part of the lesson presentation. . I hold this belief in the sense that...

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