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Being an teacher is awseome.

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Started: 12/11/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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If you be a teacher you could get along each other with children. Also, as you teach you could have a tine reviewing things what you learned in the past.
Also, I think being a professor is good because it's not dangerous and not do dull


When you are a teacher, it is very likely that children will look up to you. The problem with that is that when they become fond of you, it is only to convince the teacher to give them better grades. This has happened many times in my school, and when the teacher finds out, I can tell she seems hurt. Plus, what is so great about getting along with children? It has no benefit at all. Of course, it might be for self-pleasure, but look what happens in the end; the teacher ends up getting hurt. Even if the bond is real, the teacher probably has friends of her/his own and the student too. The teacher would spend an overall of only 45-55 minutes with that student.

As you teach, it is true that you review things from the past, but it gets even more boring every single school year that passes by. You would get tired of teaching the same thing over and over again. If it is boring to some students, it would just be a waste of the teacher's and the student's time.

Being a teacher comes with risks. A report from the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, published earlier this month, found that threats and assaults were becoming a 'daily reality' for teachers. More than half of school staff had been attacked or intimidated by pupils or parents in the last year, according to the report. Of those, more than eight-in-10 said the aggressive behavior from pupils took the form of insults, seven-in-10 said they had been intimidated or threatened and almost half had been physically attacked.

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