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My role in the society as an English teacher
I believe that teaching any language, such as English, aims at helping people communicate better with other people. When I say “better communicate”, I mean that the language should be accurate, meaningful, and appropriate. By helping people improve their communication skills, they can communicate well and have meaningful conversations with each other.
In effect, the community becomes productive and harmonious. Specifically, I can contribute to society by helping stakeholders construct messages containing clear thoughts through the use of concise language.
Instead of making things complicated, say, by using highfalutin words, I can help by suggesting simplified diction that can better communicate the ideas to their intended audience.
Further, I can help in producing effective writers and public speakers that our country needs. Our nation needs leaders who have a vision and such should be presented to the people with clarity and persuasion. This is also the vantage point of my help as language coach. My contributions to society also include being a role model, giving guidance to language learners, being an inspiration, helping shaping the future, presenting new ways of seeing the future, and bringing learning to life.
A teacher can be a role model for their students in a variety of ways. People admire and desire to be like their role models, which is why teachers may be excellent role models for students.
People may seek counsel and direction from their role models, which is especially crucial for youngsters who may require more assistance. Teachers may become some of the most influential people in the life of some youngsters.
Teachers also assist their kids throughout a critical developmental stage. We can think about the positive ways that you can present yourself as a role model.
You’re not just hired to pass on information and knowledge: the best teachers are people who students aspire to be like. Teachers like me can be great role models for students, too. Especially in primary school, children need people who they can emulate in their values, attitudes, and skills.
By always demonstrating my love for learning the language, I can only hope that learners will also have the same level of love for learning. This, I believe, is the primary requirement in learning a language. I can even be a role model by motivating my students and promote positivity; being approachable; leading by example;being a mentor for children by listening, supporting, and giving reliable, neutral, and objective advice; encouraging my students to be ambitious and have dreams or aspirations; and, encouraging the idea of fairness, equality, and equal opportunities for all in the classroom.
Teachers aren’t merely there to assist students in their academic pursuits. They also assist learners in their personal development.
Beyond the learning and teaching of English as a language, it is also valuable that I can help students realize their personal development goals. Certainly this can be best achieved through being a good communicator of inspiring thoughts.
Teaching is like having five occupations in one: you’re a teacher, mentor, therapist, and friend all rolled into one. When you spend hours upon hours with the same children, you’re going to learn about their lives outside of school.
Teaching my students about language is important, but I also have a larger responsibility to lead them through life. It’s critical to realize that I can assist them in thriving as people rather than students.
We all had a teacher who simply read from a textbook. The best educators go above and above to motivate students to learn. Many children form opinions about how they want to spend their life in school.
I play a vital role in motivating students and demonstrating the importance of what they are studying. Teachers are in a unique position because they are in charge of the future. They have the power to mold and shape the values and attitudes of future generations, resulting in a more just and equal society.
By serving as a role model and encouraging my students, I am laying the groundwork for a vision of the future. Now is the time to sow the seeds for a better future.
Teachers are crucial in making learning come alive. Teachers are critical in anchoring learning in the real world by giving relatable examples and creating innovative ways to teach the curriculum.
I can make a difference by continuing to grow in my field of expertise. I can do this by studying at a graduate school, attending seminar-workshops, learning independently, and constantly thinking of innovative ways.
As a writer myself, one of the concrete ways of helping others, especially fellow teachers, is by writing articles and blogs on teaching methods and practices that are supported by studies and experiences by other practitioners.
With all these ways, I believe that learners will become autonomous, independent, and lifelong learners.