O teu país

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod

Rafael Sousa


[Escola não identificada]

Who are teachers?

Todos os trabalhos publicados foram gentilmente enviados por estudantes – se também quiseres contribuir para apoiar o nosso portal faz como o(a) Rafael Sousa e envia também os teus trabalhos, resumos e apontamentos para o nosso mail: geral@notapositiva.com.

Resumo do trabalho

Trabalho sobre os professores e o ensino, realizado para a disciplina de Inglês do 7º ano de escolaridade...

Who are teachers?

In education, teachers are those who help students or pupils learn, often in a school. The objective is typically a course of study, lesson plan, or a practical skill, including learning and thinking skills. The different ways to teach are often referred to as the teacher's pedagogy. When deciding what teaching method to use, a teacher will need to consider students' background knowledge, environment, and their learning goals as well as standardized curricula as determined by the relevant authority. The teacher should also be able to deal with students with different abilities and should also be able to deal with leaning disabilities.

Teaching may occur face-to-face or via some other modality (e.g. through distance education or e-learning). Teaching can also be mixed with entertainment. When the term education is combined with entertainment, the term edutainment is coined. In many cultures, teaching is referred to as a profession. Arguments for this include the respect that is felt for teachers in some cultures, the existence of a body of specialized professional knowledge, and codes of ethics.

Qualification and Registration

Teachers are usually educated in a university or college. Often they must be certified by a government body before they can teach in a school.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Teaching


  • Receive private scholarships and federal funding for teaching programs
  • Funding for teaching supplies
  • Health benefits
  • No teaching on the weekends, holidays, and the summer
  • Knowing that you are helping the others.


  • Teaching large classrooms
  • Low salary relative to the work
  • Small school budgets
  • Work, on average, 50 hours a week

Top 6 Keys to Being a Successful Teacher

The most successful teachers share some common characteristics. Here are the top six keys to being a successful teacher. Every teacher can benefit from focusing on these important qualities. Success in teaching, as in most areas of life, depends almost entirely on your attitude and your approach.

1) Sense of Humor

A sense of humor can help you become a successful teacher. Your sense of humor can relieve tense classroom situations before they become disruptions. A sense of humor will also make class more enjoyable for your students and possibly make students look forward to attending and paying attention. Most importantly, a sense of humor will allow you to see the joy in life and make you a happier person as you progress through this sometimes stressful career.

2) A Positive Attitude

A positive attitude is a great asset in life. You will be thrown many curve balls in life and especially in the teaching profession. A positive attitude will help you cope with these in the best way. For example, you may find out the first day of school that you are teaching Algebra 2 instead of Algebra 1. This would not be an ideal situation, but a teacher with the right attitude would try to focus on getting through the first day without negatively impacting the students.

3) High Expectations

An effective teacher must have high expectations. You should strive to raise the bar for your students. If you expect less effort you will receive less effort. You should work on an attitude that says that you know students can achieve to your level of expectations, thereby giving them a sense of confidence too. This is not to say that you should create unrealistic expectations. However, your expectations will be one of the key factors in helping students learn and achieve.

4) Consistency

In order to create a positive learning environment your students should know what to expect from you each day. You need to be consistent. This will create a safe learning environment for the students and they will be more likely to succeed. It is amazing that students can adapt to teachers throughout the day that range from strict to easy. However, they will dislike an environment in which the rules are constantly changing.

5) Fairness

Many people confuse fairness and consistency. A consistent teacher is the same person from day to day. A fair teacher treats students equally in the same situation. For example, students complain of unfairness when teachers treat one gender or group of students differently. It would be terribly unfair to go easier on the football players in a class than on the cheerleaders. Students pick up on this so quickly, so be careful of being labelled unfair.

6) Flexibility

One of the tenets of teaching should be that everything is in a constant state of change. Interruptions and disruptions are the norm and very few days are 'typical'. Therefore, a flexible attitude is important not only for your stress level but also for your students who expect you to be in charge and take control of any situation.


The teachers are a wonderful people, because they explain us (students) a lot of things and that things are essential to us. They teach us how to win on life, how to be a better persons. The school is made by teachers and students.

They’re essential!

With this, we just have to say:


Worked by:

  • Rafael Sousa
  • Francisco Conceição
  • Pedro Careto
  • Wilson Lima

212 Visualizações 15/07/2019