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The teacher in the modern world


The teacher in the modern world
Made by Kopbay Aisha
Accepted by Dildabeova Anar
119-26 group
Shymkent 2019


We live in an amazing time: the world
around us is changing very quickly
almost beyond recognition. Therefore, a
teacher working with the younger
generation should be prepared:
• Change. This is the most difficult, but
necessary condition for the existence of
a full-fledged personality.
• Admit your mistakes. Only the one who
does nothing is not mistaken. The
teacher is not exactly like that.
• Develop. If earlier the picture of the
world did not change over the course of
several generations, now everything
develops so rapidly that, as the Black
Queen said in Alice through the Looking
Glass, in order to remain in place, you
need to "run as fast as you can."


• The teacher must also understand what
modern students live with. You can not
love Faith or Ivangaya, but not knowing
who these people are is lagging behind
• In addition, the teacher should
remember that modern children are
different. They live on the Internet, they
do not have the cult of an adult. These
are the qualities that a modern teacher
should possess in order to benefit and
enjoy the results of his work.


• 1. Respect for children
• Usually they say: "The teacher must love children." But such a formulation is too abstract
and inevitably becomes a reason for speculation. Love is very versatile. This is condoning,
and, conversely, a driller (“Beating means loving). Unclear. But with respect everything is
much easier.
• To respect a student is to see the subject in him, not a blank sheet.
• 2. Tolerance
• All people are different. Sometimes a person annoys us only because he is different: he put
the cap on not so, he does not look that way. But is it worth paying attention to this if he
behaves naturally and does not violate the norms of morality? The same can be said about
the human right to personal opinion.
• If we are talking about questions that can not be given the only correct answer, then you
should not immediately dismiss the original and unexpected proposals. They may be more
suitable than standard ones. Children are not so spoiled by stereotypes as adults can think
• Recognize for the student the right to be different. And maybe you will grow a new Einstein.


• 3. Understanding that the teacher provides the service
• For some reason, this point is most outraged teachers and many parents.
Perhaps the point of credibility. The teacher - it sounds proudly, and services are
provided by hairdressers and porters. Undignified!
• 4. Willingness to gain credibility with real things.
• You will not be impressed by the loud words, the commanding voice and the
regalia of the modern child. Everything should be on the Hamburg score: a good
teacher knows his subject, can explain his benefits and knows how to submit
material interestingly.
• Scare is useless. Today’s children do not have fear of what people who survived
the “scoop” are afraid of.
• 5. Sense of Border
• This applies to both psychological boundaries (“not to go deep into the soul”)
and one’s own knowledge. After all, children in some areas more competent


• 6. Understanding your mission
• The teacher should give only useful knowledge that can not be simply google (and if
possible, the teacher is most likely wasting time).
• 7. Self-criticism
• If a teacher analyzes his activity and thinks about how to make it better, he will achieve a
lot. Everyone is mistaken. Including cool adult uncles and aunts. And the sooner children
realize this, the better.
• 8. Self-irony
• The ability to be frivolous and joking at oneself is a necessary component of what is called
stress tolerance. And just great quality for life in society.
• Self-irony allows you to defuse the situation, distract and go to the solution of complex
• Of course, all this is difficult to achieve under conditions when pennies are allocated for
education. Unfortunately, schools often have no choice, and they have to take someone.
Nevertheless, one should strive for the ideal.


• Today, a foreign language is not
just a part of the culture of a
certain nation, but it is also the
key to success, the future
successful career of students.
Achieving a high level of
proficiency in a foreign language
is impossible without
fundamental language training in
higher education. At most
universities in the country,
students master at least two
foreign languages.


• High-quality language training of students is impossible without the use of
modern educational technologies. Modern technologies in education are
professionally-oriented teaching of a foreign language, employment in
training, application of information and telecommunication technologies,
work with educational computer programs in foreign languages ​(multimedia
system), remote technologies in teaching foreign languages, creating
presentations in PowerPoint, using Internet resources, learning a foreign
language in a computer environment (forums, blogs, e-mail), the latest test
technologies (creating a bank diagnostic materials on the course of the
subject “Foreign Language” for computer testing in order to control students'
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