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Transcript of Micro Class
#1 Look carefully! Now, think about those images ... So today's topic is .. Did you enjoy your
"school days"? When you were at school, who was your favorite teacher and why? In your opinion, who was your worst teacher and why? "Teachers who inspired you" Why did you decide to become a teacher? Did you have a teacher who inspired you? How have teachers impacted your life? Positively or negatively? What makes a "good teacher"?
What qualities should have? Do you have any teachers' words stuck with you through life? Teachers serve an essential role They inspire others to follow their footsteps In a few years, we are going to be those who will inspire others. Have a sense of purpose! Good teachers! Have expectations of success for all students. Enjoy their job and their classes. Activity!
Finland has one of the best educational systems in the world.The key for this achievement is that people all over the country trust in their teachers. Also, people who study pedagogy are those who obtained the best marks during school. In addition, they have to pass an interview where their empathy and social skills are evaluated, among other tests. "Your ideal teacher" Vocabulary
"Thank a Teacher Video" Video Eager:
Wanting very much to do or have something, especially something interesting or enjoyable.
Spanish: Impaciente, entusiasta. Something that it’s in its natural state.
Spanish: Materia prima.
To put a feeling or idea gradually into someone's mind.
Spanish: Inculcar. Raw