Topic: In your opinion, what are the core characters of a good teacher.

In a world where state-of-the-art advances have nearly replaced humans in handling numerous tasks in society, teachers remain an indispensable part of human life. Being a teacher means that you are responsible for the development of the young and community. Therefore, there are lots of requirements that every person choosing teachership as their occupation should have. However, I would argue that there are core elements that separate a teacher and a "good teacher; those characteristics are having comprehensive knowledge, patient and motivation.

In a world where state-of-the-art advances (unnatural ) have nearly replaced humans in handling numerous tasks in society, (unnatural ) teachers remain an indispensable part of our lives human life. Being a teacher means that you are responsible for the development of the young and the community. Therefore, there are lots of many requirements that every person choosing teachership education as their occupation should have. However, I would argue that there are core elements that separate a teacher and a "good teacher; (missing punctuation) those characteristics are having comprehensive knowledge, patient (wrong word) and motivation.


This is an example of natural, academic English

In a post-industrial world, where machines and robots have or are replacing humans in many occupations, teachers remain an indispensable part of our lives. Being a teacher means being responsible for the development of the young and their future contributions to the community. Therefore, anyone choosing a career in education must have suitable characteristics such as the love of learning, patience and the motivation to share their knowledge with the next generation. These are the personality traits which make for a great teacher.

Thank you, I have written the body and conclusion of my essay, can you help me check it? Thanks in advance!

The word "teacher" is defined in the dictionary as "the person who teaches in school". Everyone could be called or become a teacher in some ways, but what makes an excellent teacher is his or her love of learning. This is not just the knowledge about the subject that they teach; being a teacher does not mean that you stop learning, but you need to have a profound and updated insight into the world. Like technology, the field of education involves rapidly that the methods and teaching theories become obsolete within ten years. For example, the method by which a teacher explains a lesson and students passively receive it is seen as the optimal teaching technique for decades. However, in recent years, the teacher has conducted a study process in more flexible ways, such as letting students take part in learning by doing presentations, projects, using Game-based Learning or task-based learning, and vice versa. There is no limitation on what the teacher should and should not learn. The teachers who are non-stop learning and embracing new innovations, technologies and practices can help students improve their outcomes. As an educator, we are not allowed to stop or satisfied with ourself. Being modernized with the world and students is the only way for the teacher to keep pace with the fast-moving life as we've witnessed today.

Knowing how to motivate students is another quality that every teacher needs. The good teacher knows that students are not robots to be programmed; they cannot fully absorb everything the teacher taught. But they are human beings with dislikes, likes, fears, and weaknesses. A chapter of the book "General Issues in Language learning and teaching" published by Cambridge University emphasized: "learning is an emotional experience, and before learners can actively think about something, they must want to think about it". Hence, in order to help students learn, teachers should themself answer a question: what motivates my students? Every student requires a distinctive solution. It could be as simple as smiling at your students when they answer the questions or giving them a bonus to encourage them. One of my lecturers in college, for instance, tried to arrive at our class very early to prepare the hand-fans and candies for us. Just a small and simple thing, but we can see he was trying to make the in-class experience more exciting and joyful for us.

Finally, a successful teacher has to be patient. Not all children are born stellar learners; some may comprehend the materials with minimal effort, while many require an extensive explanation that may have to be repeated numerous times to grasp the basic concept. Research conducted in New Zealand suggests that "hot-tempered educators usually lead to the apathy of the learners towards the subject; as they are forced to remember and comply with the teacher's instructions, or sometimes being ignored, they lose interests in the subject being taught and stop actively seeking the answer themself". The ultimate goal of education is not spoon-feeding facts and definitions into students' brains. Instead, being a calm teacher can benefit students and the teacher to understand each other better. It also lets down students' affective factors or hesitation when enquiring questions and promoting learner's autonomy.

To conclude, the teacher, no matter which education methods they use or what their intended purposes and goals are, must possess and nurture the love of learning, patience, and motivation in order to successfully hold the responsibility of educating the young.

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Please post your complete essay, not just the body paragraphs and conclusion. What you wrote in the first few sentences of the first paragraph reads like an introductory, not a body paragraph.

I'm so sorry; here's my complete essay:

In a post-industrial world, where state-of-the-art machines and robots have or are replacing humans in many occupations, teachers remain an indispensable part of our lives. They are placed in a position that will shape and mold the future generations and contribute to their student's successes and future contributions to society. Therefore, anyone choosing a career in education must have suitable characteristics such as the love of learning, patience, and the motivation to share their knowledge with the next generation. These are the personality traits that make for a great teacher.

The love of learning is the first thing that makes an excellent educator. In order to become a teacher, a person is required to have comprehensive knowledge and the learning autonomy that never stops. This is not just the knowledge about the subject that they teach; being a teacher does not mean that you stop learning, but you need to have a profound and updated insight into the world. Like technology, the field of education involves rapidly that the methods and teaching theories become obsolete within ten years. For example, the method by which a teacher explains a lesson and students passively receive it is seen as the optimal teaching technique for decades. However, in recent years, the teacher has conducted a study process in more flexible ways, such as letting students take part in learning by doing presentations, projects, using Game-based Learning or task-based learning, and vice versa. There is no limitation on what the teacher should and should not learn. The teachers who are non-stop learning and embracing innovations, technologies, and practices can help students improve their outcomes. As an educator, we are not allowed to satisfy or stop seeking knowledge. Being updated about theories is also the way for providing students with true and good resources to learn and develop.


Knowing how to motivate students is another quality that every teacher needs. The good teacher knows that students are not robots to be programmed; they cannot fully absorb everything the teacher taught. But they are human beings with emotions, dislikes, likes, fears, and weaknesses. A chapter of the book "General Issues in Language learning and teaching" published by Cambridge University has emphasized: "learning is an emotional experience, and before learners can actively think about something, they must want to think about it." Hence, in order to help learners learn, teachers should themself answer a question: what motivates my students? Every student requires a distinctive solution. It could be as simple as smiling at your students when they answer the questions or giving them a bonus to encourage them. One of my lecturers in college, for instance, tried to arrive at our class very early to prepare the hand-fans and candies for us. Just a small and simple thing, but we can see he was trying to make the in-class experience more exciting and joyful for us.

Finally, a successful teacher must be patient. Not all children are born stellar learners; some may comprehend the materials with minimal effort, while many require an extensive explanation that may have to be repeated numerous times to grasp the basic concept. Research conducted recently suggests that "hot-tempered educators usually lead to the apathy of the learners towards the subject; as they are forced to remember and comply with the teacher's instructions, or sometimes being ignored, they lose interests in the subject being taught and stop actively seeking the answer themself." The goal of education is not spoon-feeding facts and definitions into students' brains but guiding them to find their own path. So being a calm teacher can benefit students and the teacher to understand each other better. It also lets down students' affective factors or hesitation when enquiring questions that may block the teacher's inputs and promote learner's autonomy.

To conclude, the teacher, no matter which education methods they use or what their intended purposes and goals are, must possess and nurture the love of learning, patience, and motivation in order to successfully hold the responsibility of educating the young.

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In a post-industrial world, where state-of-the-art machines and robots have or are replacing humans in many occupations, teachers remain an indispensable part of our lives. They are placed in a position that will shape and mold the future generations and contribute to their student's (wrong form) successes and future contributions to society. Therefore, anyone choosing a career in education must have suitable characteristics such as the love of learning, patience, and the motivation to share their knowledge with the next generation. These are the personality traits that make for a great teacher.

The love of learning is the first thing that makes an excellent educator. In order to become a teacher, a person is required to have comprehensive a broad knowledge and the learning autonomy (not a good phrase ) that never stops. This is not just the knowledge about the subject that they teach; being a teacher does not mean that you stop learning, but you need to have a profound and updated (unnatural word choice) insight into the world. Like technology, the field of education involves (wrong word) rapidly that the methods and teaching theories become obsolete within ten years. For example, the method by which a teacher explains a lesson and students passively receive it is (wrong verb form) seen as the optimal teaching technique for decades. However, in recent years, the teacher has conducted a study process (Not a good expression) in more flexible ways, such as letting students take part in learning by doing presentations, projects, (ungrammatical) using game-based learning or task-based learning, and vice versa.(That makes no sense.) There is no limitation on what the teacher should and should not learn. (that is repetitive.) The teachers who are non-stop learning and embracing innovations, technologies, and practices can help students improve their outcomes. As an educator, we (You changed the person in this paragraph from 3rd to 2nd and now to 1st. Be consistent.) are not allowed to satisfy or stop seeking knowledge. (repetitive.) Being updated about theories (not a good phrase.) is also the way for providing students with true and good resources to learn and develop.


Knowing how to motivate students is another quality that every teacher needs. The good teacher knows that students are not robots to be programmed; they cannot fully absorb everything the teacher taught. But they are human beings with emotions, dislikes, likes, fears, and weaknesses. A chapter of the book "General Issues in Language learning and teaching" published by Cambridge University has emphasized that "learning is an emotional experience, and before learners can actively think about something, they must want to think about it." Hence, in order to help learners learn, teachers should themself answer a question: what motivates my students? Every student requires a distinctive solution. (not a good word choice) It could be as simple as smiling at your students when they answer the questions or giving them a bonus to encourage them. One of my lecturers in college, for instance, tried to arrive at our class very early to prepare the hand-fans and candies for us. It was just a small and simple thing, but we can see he was trying to make the in-class experience more exciting and joyful for us.

Finally, a successful teacher must be patient. Not all children are born stellar learners; some may comprehend the materials with minimal effort, while many require an extensive explanation that may have to be repeated numerous times to grasp the basic concept. Research conducted recently suggests that "hot-tempered educators usually lead to the apathy of the learners towards the subject; as they are forced to remember and comply with the teacher's instructions, or sometimes being ignored, they lose interests in the subject being taught and stop actively seeking the answer themself." The goal of education is not spoon-feeding facts and definitions into students' brains but guiding them to find their own path. So being a calm teacher can enable benefit students and the teacher to understand each other better. It also lets down students' affective factors or hesitation when enquiring questions that may block the teacher's inputs and promote the learner's autonomy.

To conclude, the teacher, no matter which education methods they use or what their intended purposes and goals are, must possess and nurture the love of learning, patience, and motivation in order to successfully hold the responsibility of educating the young.

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