I, Teacher

By: Ms. Ramuna Angdambe

“FROM THE MOMENT STUDENTS ENTER A SCHOOL, THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN THEIR SUCCESS IS NOT THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN OR THE INCOME OF THE PARENTS. IT’S THE PERSON STANDING AT THE FRONT OF THE CLASSROOM.” – Former U.S President Mr. Barack Obama.

Education is considered as the most powerful weapon of life to get victory & success. This responsibility and job is given to the teachers to nourish & shape the lives of young ones. Teacher is one who shapes up the whole life of a student through knowledge, patience, love & care. Teacher’s profession is considered as the best and ideal profession in this world as they provide selfless duty to shape someone’s life.

Teaching is a great responsibility than a mere job. It has an impact on the growth and well-being of a nation. Teacher plays an important role after parents in molding the students. At six to eight hours a day, six days a week, I as a teacher is poised to become one of the most influential people in student’s life. After parents, children will first learn from me, their elementary school teacher. Then as a middle school teacher, I will guide students to a yet another important transition: adolescence. As children become young adults, learning throughout middle school and into high school, I will answer their questions, listen to their problems & teach them about the new phase of their lives. A Teacher not only watches a student grow but helps them to grow.

Teachers are founts of experience. They have already been where their students are going, undergone what they will go through and are in a position to pass along lessons, not only regarding subject matter, but vital lessons on life.

words of RESPECT !

TEACHERS SPEND…..

Most of their NIGHTS planning.

Most of their MORNINGS explaining.

Most of their AFTERNOONS correcting.

Most of their YEARS encouraging.

Most of their LIVES stressing.

AND ITS ALL FOR BRIGHT FUTURE OF THE STUDENTS.
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