Becoming a Teacher

10868 Words Aug 17th, 2012 44 Pages
Why I Would Not Like to Become a Teacher

Teaching is hell. The reasons I would not like to become a teacher are simply just obvious. More work than pay i.e. low net salary, stress, strict rules, you got to have a lot of patience with students especially noisy ones, and spend a lot of time preparing topics for the next day’s work.

Teaching may look easy at first but once you learn more about it, it can be like hell-fire. First of all, and the most important is your monthly salary. I don’t like when you do all that hard work of teaching, teachers have to take out like say a 1/4 of their monthly salary to pay their taxes. I mean, you’re educating our younger generation but the teachers need a respectable salary, one that shows their
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Most important of all is the wags teachers receive at the end of the month. It does not even cover the light bill much less food, water, telephone and taxes. Teachers would have to nibble at their money in order to survive and I certainly would not want to be like that, and with all the shouting and screeming I would have to hear during the day my blood pressure might just fly straight up and send me to my grave, so that is why I would not like to become a teacher.

A teacher is a person who teaches students in schools or even universities and other places. I choose not to become a teacher because I do not like teaching people. I find myself not making the persons to understand perfectly what I meant. The reason for that I think is that I cannot explain clearly, so that the persons who I teach would not understand. I tried teaching my siblings often by helping them with their homework. I find some of the things they did understand but sometimes while teaching them I gets mixed up so imagine what would happen to them.

Being a teacher is not that easy, I think, because they would have to do a lot of work for instance they would be responsible for the children not understanding. They would have to prepare schemes, mark test papers, find the simplest way to explain to their students etc. I would prefer to be a student. It’s a lot of work too but I think being a student you would learn more and I love knowing and learning a