Saturday, June 25, 2011

An Ideal Teacher Essay for Metric+F.A Students of Faisalabad Board: Essays for Metric+F.A Students of Faisalabad Board...

An Ideal Teacher

As some one very truly said” Teaching is the profession that teaches all the other professions". An Ideal teacher  is a true builder of the nation. He is fearless, sincere and earnest in the discharge of his duties towards the students and the nation as whole.
An ideal teacher is considered as an object of admiration and devotion for the students. The time has changed a lot it was a time in near past when it was considered good for a teacher to be harsh and strict for his student. But these days’ students do not like to study through punishment. But reality is that a teacher should be strict in his class enough to keep discipline in his class. Teaching is the most honorable job in any society. A teacher should be honest , hardworking that the students can idealize him. There comes utter ruin of the society when teachers grow weak or corrupt. An ideal teacher is the builder of  nation. Teaching in fact is a job which is inheritance of the Prophets of Allah. Allah send his Prophets in this world to guide the ignorant so they can recognize Him by following the teachings of  His Messengers same a teacher is there to show the good and bright aspects of life and faith to his students so they can follow the good rules and avoid the rules which are immoral and which bring them bad name. The hardworking and hard task masters are always remembered and loved by the students. For and ideal teacher all students are alike. He is never partial to any student and is always fair. He does not favor any student on grounds of his social status. He treats each student equally. He always remains simple in his habits. He never boasts up his intelligence over the students. He is a good friend of his students. He sees the problems of his students deeply and tries to cure them. He has good contact with the parents his students so that he can advise their parents to do better care of their children so they can get success not only in academic life but also in practical life .

As “real teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross, then having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own."


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