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    Articles for Teachers Day

    October 04, 2012, the HSL-Braille College group labored together for the largest and widest celebration of “My Teacher, My Hero” for World’s Teachers Day 2012. As early as 6:30 within the morning, HSL-Braille College neighborhood led by its Student Government Organization (S.G.O), administrators, college, mother and father and college students gathered collectively in the college […] More

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    Arming Teachers

    “The vast majority of teachers need to be armed with textbooks and computer systems, not guns,” mentioned Kenneth S. Trump, President of National School Safety and Security Services, in response to the nationwide dialogue on arming lecturers and school staff, and armed volunteers in colleges. Trump advises faculty districts against allowing lecturers and school staff […] More

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    A Talk To Teachers Rhetorical Analysis

    James Baldwin’s speech “The Negro Child–His Self-Image”, delivers a real perception on what gave the impression to be the reasoning and reality of education in the year 1963. The speech initially delivered to a panel of teachers in October 1963, was later printed in Saturday Review that December, through the peak of the American Civil […] More

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    Speech of teachers day

    Whether any prosecution detention fine conviction sentence against you has been awarded by any court of law for any offence? If yes, particulars of the same other details whether desirous of taking pre-exam training only for SC St religious minority communities ex- servicemen if yes, Centre for training languages known read write speak HINDI ENGLISH […] More

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    Teachers Day

    On the occasion of Teachers Day, I am giving this speech in English on behalf of all the students. When is Teachers’ Day celebrated ? Teachers’ Day is celebrated in India on 5th September every year.The date for celebrating this special event varies from country to country across the world. In India, Teachers’ Day is […] More

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    Teachers weren’t teachers at all

    Teachers plays a major role for making a students future bright and progressive. They teaches us to write, count and read, they guide and enhance our learning skills. These weren’t always the things a teacher do. Because teachers weren’t teachers at all. Very often, we fail to show our appreciation and gratitude for their devotion. […] More

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    Teacher’s Speech

    Mr. Chairman, Honorable Proprietor and Headmaster, Mr. Commissioner distinguished staff members, co-aspirants, fellow students, ladies and gentlemen, I greet you all It has been observed by me in recent times, that there are many problems, which arise day in day out. I do not wish to make this entire problem known, because they give me […] More

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    Challenges of Teachers in Decision Making

    1.1 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to investigate the extent to which teachers participate in Decision-making at Government Secondary school Omala, Omala L.G.A. argues that purposeful planning depends on effective decision-making. Teachers and educational managers make decisions on a daily basis. These decisions may influence pupils, teachers and the future of […] More

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    Teachers are important

    Teachers are important, because they are many students role models, My perception of an ideal teacher is basically of a good human being, kind, compassionate, understanding and forgiving, who is interesting and fun loving, someone, who loves us and can make teaching interesting. Teaching is considered to be a noble profession but today people opt […] More

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    Good Communication Skills Are Essential for Teachers

    There are many Primary School teachers that work in our society, teaching children different subjects and skills whilst at school. These subjects consist of Maths, English, art, PE and History. The curriculum set by the board of education is essential so children can learn to read and write amongst other skills learnt so they may […] More

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    Teacher’s Guide to Oryx & Crake

    Synopsis: 1. Oryx and Crake is a novel of human catastrophe and potential. At the center of the story is Snowman/Jimmy, who finds himself wearing nothing more than a bed sheet, sleeping in a tree, and facing starvation. The question is why? What events have caused Jimmy to become the Snowman and to find himself […] More

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    Teachers Assistant

    1.1 Take note of children and young people’s responses to own practise When working with children and young people schools will require you to evaluate how each individual responds while they are in your charge. You may find that different teaching styles work better than others and that some prefer a softer approach whereas others […] More

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    Are Teachers Born or Made?

    MARKET MODEL is the classification of market meaning, it has more buyers and sellers . Charles Darwin an English nationalist, once said that in the struggle for survival, the fittest win out, on the expense of their rivals because they have succeeded in adapting themselves best to their environment. This means competition is much more […] More

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    Public speaking: A vital skill for teachers

    “I have a dream” a speech by Martin Luther King that united a nation and broke down racial barriers. Without Kings leadership and inspirational speech it may have taken an extra 10 years to bring equality to all races. Hitler’s many speeches were delivered with extreme passion and caused arguably one of the most horrific […] More

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    My Polish Teachers Tie

    Dunmore presents the relationship between Carla and the head as if Carla despises him. ” He sees his staff together for ten minutes once a week, and as usual he had a pile of papers in front of him.” This quote shows that Carla finds him unpleasant, as 10 minutes out of one week is […] More

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    Language for Teachers Task 4: Focus on the Teacher’s Language

    In this paper, I analyze my language in the classroom in terms of its accuracy and appropriacy for teaching. I quote six utterances from an Elementary level (A1) with twelve adult students who work at an investigation institute. This lesson starts with a conversation about a woman’s vacation to Aspen in order to introduce the […] More

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    Importance of Teachers

    A REFLECTION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF TEACHER’S INVOLVEMENT IN CURRICULUM PLANNING Recent studies in the United States shown that curriculum implementation can only be successful if teachers and communities are involved in the development and implementation of curriculum and structural changes.(Arend Carl, 2005) While addressing the need of the learners which is the primary concern […] More

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    Methods Used by Elementary Teachers in Managing Misbehavior in the Classroom

    Introduction In today’s society, teachers at all grade levels face a growing number of students whose behavior challenges the success of daily classroom instruction. Managing misbehavior in the classroom remains one of the persistent difficulties of teaching. Whether it is in the elementary or secondary and tertiary education, the management of the pupil’s conduct remains […] More

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    Some students like classes where teachers lecture in class

    Other students prefer classes where students do some of the talking. Which type of class do you prefer? Give specific reasons and examples to support your choice. From past 10 years, I have experienced a number of teachers who are in various class teaching styles. On one side, parts of the students like their teacher […] More

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    Can Computers replace Teachers?…No

    I don’t believe it can be true! I will now justify my reasons. Teacher is the best guide of a child.One machine can do the work of 50 ordinary men. But no machine can do the work of one extra-ordinary man.and teachers are extraordinary It would be easier for a computer to build informative children […] More

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    Teachers Meeting Standards

    In todays society of teaching, teachers are expected to inspire students even as they help them succeed and get good grades on difficult tests. Teachers are now held capable of assessing students abilities to meet a variety of different standards. Also, another main focus in teaching and meeting specific standards is professional development and the […] More

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    Badly behaved pupils and parents put teachers off

    Suggestions have been raised over the child benefits in United States. For example, Iain Duncan Smith’s suggested that child-related benefits should be limited to two offspring in a family. The fight against the child benefits aren’t justified as they are ill treated. The move should be encouraged as it has helped a good number of […] More