My ambition in life is to become a school teacher
Posted Date: |Updated: 30-Mar-2017 |Category: Essays|Author: Swati Sarnobat|Member Level: Gold|Points: 30|
I am explaining in this essay that I want to be a teacher when I grow up and educate the society. My parents and grandparents have taught me the value and importance of teaching and education in life and so I want to be a teacher.
Different people have different ambitions in life such as doctors, engineers, pilots, soldiers, etc. But I always wanted to be a teacher because I feel really blissful when I teach people around me. From my childhood, I teach whatever I learn in school. By teaching people around us, we can uplift the society. My father is a professor in a science college and my mother who was a teacher in school earlier now runs a nursery in our house. The two large rooms upstairs are occupied for nursery school. My mother feels immensely happy when she teaches such tiny tots who are not aware of anything. She holds their hands and teaches them "A, B, C, D" and also plays with them many games by taking them to our garden along with one more teacher. I see that my mother feels really happy when she is teaching such innocent children and so I also want to become a teacher like her.
My journey to becoming a teacher
I want to become a teacher in a reputed international school to teach the students new methods of learning. English is always my favorite subject and also I love to teach social studies. I have introduced new methods of teaching grammar and vocabulary. I always love reading books and I have read many novels pertaining to children's activities and hence I began liking the language.
To become a teacher, I should first become a graduate in arts and then study education as a major subject. I love teaching in school than in college because the atmosphere in school is really pleasing. Being in a children's company, just gives me pleasure. I love playing with children and teaching them something that I have learnt in kindergarten. When I become a teacher, I will always teach children mannerism and values too so that they can become good citizens of the future. As a teacher, my duty is not only to teach English and Social studies, but also teach the students the way of life. My teacher always guides us and teaches us the value of mannerism in daily life. After becoming a teacher, I will start preparing notes on English and Social studies so that the students can easily learn the subjects. I will explain to them clearly every chapter so that they can learn it easily and also like the subject.
The type of teacher I want to be
My grandparents always told me that teaching in a sacred profession and a teacher can make the world a sacred place. I do not want to be a strict teacher who is always flogging or screaming at students, but a compassionate teacher who nurtures the students with knowledge. When I become a teacher, I will never use a scale to scare away students, but speak so effectively that a student understands the meaning of discipline. My teacher is really lovable and I want to become a teacher like her. In our country great teachers were born such as Gandhiji, Swami Vivekananda, Ramkrishna Paramahansa, etc who taught us the greatest lessons of life. So, I will teach my students the values that will help us to succeed.
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Why I Want to be a Teacher
As an elementary education major, I desire to become a teacher because I would like to give back to my community the education that has been bestowed upon me. My thoughts of becoming a teacher become increasingly more clear daily, as I love to work with children. The children and I seem to connect well, together. I think teaching is a part of my family’s heritage as most of my family have been teachers. Therefore, I feel teaching is the profession for me as well. If I can help but one child achieve their goals, I will have accomplished something.
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