Wednesday, December 5, 2012

937. Learning to be a professional


One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “Notice that you’re helping those people become good professionals at their area of knowledge.

In other words you’re teaching students how to become good professionals. Remember their job now is studying.

What’s more, why don’t you tell them these things next class? They might become more aware of their responsibility. Make them think that they expect to have a good and demanding teacher of English, right?

Tell them that they could plan the homework they’re going to do that evening, a planning that can take just a couple of minutes or three. Also you can tell them how to plan their exams of the present term, the term before Christmas.” / Photo from: coracletrust orh uk. camouflaged boy

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