Monday, April 30, 2012

833. Another view from his angle



One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “At tutorials, or in general, if you treat a student better than he is or seems to be, that student surely will better and improve as a person. Don’t attend the tutorial by being too distrustful and too ‘cautious’.

Treat your students like they were adults. Better said, treat them and listen to them as persons that really think and have their own vision of things, even now when they’re adolescents. Talk to them in a serious way, as people that really think, although you may think what they say is childish. For them those things are little but important and essential.

You might catch yourself doing a lot of good to those students of yours. Not being too distrustful doesn’t mean you have to be naive. Your affection plus experience will teach you how to focus the points they say at the tutorial, and what you observe at other contexts. It’s like if be better to sit and relax when listening to him.” / Photo from: foros monografias com. salto de esquí
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