A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way to others (Student’s draft)

Teachers have the very important responsibility of shaping the lives of young, impressionable children. With this responsibility comes great pride and joy. Therefore all teachers should strive for what can be considered to be a “good teacher.”  A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way to others.

It is very hard and difficult to be a good teacher. I think to be a good teacher is to help the pupils to know the secrets of the world. It means to bring them a lot of knowledge. But in my opinion the teacher is not for only teach the information. But teacher must do such as pupils become curious and interested in the knowledge. Besides these, the teacher must teach not only knowledge but how to become a big person in life through education and wisdom.

A good teacher is like a candle because the teacher is that person who do the minds of them pupils more brightly. It means that the teacher give the information which the pupil’s didn’t know. And point them the right way in their lives. Every teacher consume itself to light the way to others. It means that the teacher give a more energy for the pupils. They work hard and put in it what is the better from the word. Only teachers can to show a rich way for pupils.

The good teacher is like a candle and is like a sun who everyday light the minds!

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2 Responses to A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way to others (Student’s draft)

  1. Shana Bhatt says:

    There are grammar mistakes!!!!1

    • vickycondrat says:

      Dear Shana, the purpose of this activity was to make students read each others’ pieces of writing. As a matter of fact, it was thought as a peer correction activity. So you are more than welcome to highlight the mistakes so that the respective student sees them and improves her writing skills.

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