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  • 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
  • 3218. Every Single Student Is Unique!

     Uniqueness. Every single student of ours is unique. They are not a mass I have to master. I have to think of each one, they may be many though. People need to feel they are loved, whatever they are like, not because of what they have or because they’re good at learning English. We feel strong and supported when we know we are loved not ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 23, 2017
  • 3213. Getting Enthused Students Too

     The teacher should manage the classroom and the students’ behavior, but ultimately these people should have prevalent freedom to behave as they think better. We’ll teach and show them what is better. If we achieve to love them they will respect us teachers, more likely than not. Otherwise with a “terror regime” they could obey us but they will ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 16, 2017
  • 3208. How Our Students Can Be Happy!

     I wrote about good and autonomous students on last post, #3207. Something else can be said. When students become good ones, because they have adequate learning strategies and they’re aware they’re competent students, they become happier. Okay, then they may also become good helpers and they can assist their classmates in a more thorough way. And ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 9, 2017
  • 3203. How to Become a Competent Teacher

     The teacher has to be a leader, a leader of the class. Otherwise he cannot influence positively on his students. A leader manages the class nice. Even more: I remember a teacher that said that a class or a classroom with students doesn’t have to be managed. You can manage objects but not students properly, that is: people, persons. No one can ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 3, 2017
  • 3189. Taking On Our Students' Necessities

     I think we teachers should have a nice and endearing attitude to our students. A lovable one, because ours is love of benevolence plus affection. We love them plus their families, which are ours in some way. Plus our colleagues too. Parents, teachers, students should be the correct order for our assistance and attention. But it isn’t a silly ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 19, 2017
  • 3181. The Best Classroom Management!

     We teachers have to teach our students how to think. How to learn to think on their own. We will provide them with texts that will make them think, and we’ll do so in the school subject of English as a foreign language too. Texts that matter are convenient. I mean we’ll use those texts from which we can draw a nice discussion as a follow-up ...
    Posted to Experiences of a teacher of English (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 11, 2017
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