Teach English in Huangcai Zhen - Changsha Shi

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Teachers are resourceful and students expect lots of values from them as teachers themselves are expected to share moulding lessons as well. Upon delivering ‎language lessons, personal qualities of teachers engage the class room dynamics well. Let's see some personal qualities of teachers that contribute positive empowerment. 1. Motivational skills: ‎ Motivation activates. It refreshes, shakes, walks and moves students' activities. Motivation invites involvement, elevates enthusiasm, accommodates self-initiative, energizes ambition, welcomes attention and embraces self-confidence. Motivation can be activated in many ways such as sense of humours, friendly greetings, attractive puzzles, achievement stories, entertaining show scripts, comedies and falk tales,.. Teachers with such personal and unique motivational skills/qualities can engage students with comfort interactively. 2. Eye contact‎: If we like to have attention, ‎we have to offer ours too. In fluency based lesson environment, addressing issues to listeners require greater attention and eye contact can carry-on such attentions to deliver messages promptly. The eye contact oriented teachers manuevour this skill and students pay attention to it closely. Communicative eye contact is a quality what teachers should try to offer. 3. Physical appearance‎: On top of what we are, how we look matters a lot. Proper outfits reflect neat personality and teachers should reflect that attraction. The way they wear should be magnetic to first hand attention. They should be the reason to students appreciation, "you look great!". That adds value to teachers' personal qualities. 4. Body language: It is not only what we ‎say is important. How we express what we say is useful and body language plays a significant role in any given communication level. Expressive hand and head movements play siginificant roles theatrically and teachers having these qualities can interact with receptive students. 5. Using civil languages: What ‎ we say reflects what we are and wise teachers choose appropriate vocabularies as they are taken as models in language lessons. Students learn and they like to learn constructively and that happens when teachers have personal qualities of using civil language applications. 6. Positive attitude: Attitude is everything and our attitude revels who and what we are. When teachers share positive attitude in class, students join them with positive participation and classes can generate positive outcomes ultimately. Therefore, using positive attitude strengthens positive energy even more‎. It is a source of open-mindedness and teachers with such personal qualities can always enjoy inviting class attitudes as well. 7. Problem solving skills: How careful and attentive we are minimizes mistakes and bridges problem gaps but that doesn't mean that no problem can occur. Students activate themselves to learn but not to make mistakes. We encourage them doing that and during such learning processes, problems can arise. Teachers with problem solving skills have personal qualities of identifying such problems, they cultivate students to aknowledge the problems and to be part of ‎the solutions as well. Without problem solving skills/qualities, problems can keep on arising and piling. 8. Flexibility and time management. ‎ Good teachers are good listeners. They are not the "my way or the highway" people. Their special qualities of accommodation is fascinating. Their flexible behaviour is rewarding. Their patience, tolerance, the "take more time and try it again" attitude is magnificent. They don't act only like bosses. They show leadership and students admire them with full participations. They put students first. Studints feel impressed with such personal qualities of teachers and follow them with less or no hesitations. 9. Creativity: In this business and professional world, teachers become central figures. They shape educational institutions by producing students productively. Innovation and enhancement depend on creativity and no exception to teaching English profession as it depends on teachers' creative ways of teaching as well. Teachers shouldn't rely only on school text books or materials‎. Creative teachers think outside the box and try to find and use different new teaching materials, techniques and mechanisms. Understanding and analysing students' cultures, traditions and language levels, creative teachers come up with materials that complement and supplement existing text books and lesson plan materials. ‎Different ways they use to present and implement such initiatives can create all time eagerness to students. Teachers who go along with students in particular and with schools in general are those who have qualities of creativity since they never make students feel bored. Conclusion: Even though personal qualities of ‎teachers are limitless, the more unique qualities teachers come up with, the greater values they have to offer. What counts the most is not only the lesson they have to share, it is all about their different ways of addressing it. All that goes with personal qualities of teachers such as mentioned here and which students can count on.