A Teacher: A Career As A Teacher

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Can you imagine not having school? Close your eyes and imagine that we didn’t have to go to school. Imagine we weren’t forced to go to school. Imagine not even having schools and teachers. Now that would be great Now imagine the whole earth dead with no one doing anything. No doctors, lawyers, firefighters, presidents, congress, veterinarian, accountants, directors, any job you could think of. The most important job would be a teacher. A teacher is a person that teaches or instructs. They are responsible to teach “Teachers teach students basic academic, social and other formative skills in public or private schools at the elementary level.” Here it’s stating that teachers teach basic academic, social and other skills in private or public elementary schools. “Teachers use varieties of tools, such as computers, to present information to students.” Here it’s stating that being a teachers need to learn how to use tools like, computers, projectors, phones, to be able to teach a student. “They teach basic…show more content…
Some teachers stay to clean their classroom or to grade papers or to make their next assignments. Not all teachers leave after school. “They often spend time in the evening and on weekends grading papers and preparing lessons.” If they assigned writing assignment or have a test on Friday, the teacher has to grade the papers over the weekend. Many teachers have to grade a lot of homework because they either haven’t graded their homework for a long time or because they left the students a lot of homework during the week. “Many kindergarten and elementary school teachers typically work 8 weeks in a row, are on break for 1 week before starting a new school session, and also have a 5-week mid-winter break.” When students get out on spring break or winter break, a teacher gets those days off

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