TeacherLingo.com is an educational community where teachers share their worksheets, lesson plans, printables and other original teaching resources.

Teaching Resources created and sold by real teachers.

Login to TeacherLingo.com        Create Account on TeacherLingo.com

Posts containing the following tags:
love of benevolence

All Tags » love of benevolence   (RSS)
Showing page 1 of 61 (601 total posts)
  • 3333. What Our Main Concern Should Be

     All we as teachers do every day should help us ourselves teach better. The teacher’s first concern should be himself. He should be ready for the best possible teaching ever. Combining a relaxed and sanely tense way. He should never become lukewarm nor tepid. For that purpose he should be all the time recycling himself as a teacher. He will teach ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 10, 2018
  • 3325. Congratulations, Teachers!

     We teachers can easily see that we have to give ourselves to our students. We have to give the best from us at the classroom. We can think in that way if we try to be committed teachers. Maybe you’re already doing that way. And when we conduct in that way we ultimately become happy. Why? Because we’re generous. We’ll be comfortable if we decide ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 29, 2018
  • 3315. Only for Committed Teachers

     We teachers give ourselves to our students, at our everyday working. And we have to love them with love of benevolence. That love is the one that allows and even pushes us to love what is good for them. And that may happen although the first years of our career may be tough. Even along the whole career we may find hardship at our teaching. ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 15, 2018
  • 3308. Near Christmas and Always!

     We teachers have to teach technically well. That’s okay, but let’s keep in mind that the first point we have to meet is treating our students humanly, with respect and affection. For example, can they follow us when teaching in the classroom? If we teach a second or foreign language, can they follow us? Are we teaching that language in a bit ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 11, 2017
  • 3297. The Remedy of Redemies

     I would like to add something nice to the previous post. If you’ve aborted, all has its remedy and I believe in that, I said. Your child now is in God’s hands and in his mercy. And you can get, achieve and accomplish a nice remedy. Even you can forgive yourself and find peace again. I believe in that. Repentance is great. Besides, we Christians ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 25, 2017
  • 3296. On Teens and in Their Favor

     Today I’d like to talk, again, about our students. How should I say? I’d like to talk about those people, those persons that have not been born yet. Yesterday I read a short piece of fiction, where children were being thrown into a ditch from a truck, yes, children! Well, you know, it was a story inside the first chapter of a book on ethics, ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 25, 2017
  • 3259. Sense of Humor Plus Love of Benevolence

     I can see all of you teachers try to do things well. I know so because you view other teachers’ blogs and stuff. For example TeacherLingo. If you try to do things okay, sooner or a bit later you will gain some nice prestige. And that prestige will lead you to good consideration both by your directors and your students. Also by their families. ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 12, 2017
  • 3255. How to Treat Our Colleagues and Students

     So remember that we teachers must have some nice rapport both with our colleagues and with our students. In Spanish we say kind of “good chemistry”, but the meaning is the same as in English “rapport”. With all those people, with whom we’re about to spend so many hours together, let’s have and show cordiality and affability. Even more that ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 6, 2017
  • 3242. Thinking of the New School Year

     Some days ago I wrote: “Even in a hostile atmosphere you can gain authority. By working with commitment, dedication, affection, and benevolence love.” I wrote that for posting today. And I guess it is true. Think of it. I’m thinking of my colleagues in secondary schools or Spanish “institutos”, where often it is not simple to teach. You have to ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on August 14, 2017
  • 3220. You Committed Teachers Are Great!

     The efficient teacher… is not born, he’s a self-made man – plus the help he has received from his colleagues. He is able to make his students work and learn nice. He knows how to motivate them. And his students respect and love him, ultimately. He knows how to set a nice discipline in the classroom. But sometimes there are behavior problems – ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 27, 2017
1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last »