You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Some people think if students are afraid of the teacher it is better. Others say that having a friendly relation is better. What do you think?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.
Teachers are the persons who inspire students to strive for greatness. They can ignite pupils’ fullest potential. However, when it comes to the point of teacher behavior to students, educators are split in their opinion. Some educators contend that teachers should be hard, while others refute the notion and, argue that teachers should be amiable. In the stance, I am of the honest opinion that extremes of both treatments are not conducive for nurturing the talent of students. A perfect combination of the two would be far better than choosing one of them, I think.
For a start, strict behavior has several advantages. Teachers with their strict behavior can maintain discipline in a better manner. That is to say, when pupils are afraid of the teacher, they will less likely attend class regularly, and submit their homework or assignment on time. Most importantly, the teacher can control class effectively so that students cannot create mess in the classroom. In contrast, if students fear a teacher very much, they usually do not share the problems they face. The strict treatment, thus, may hamper the students’ development.
On the contrary, an amiable teacher can develop an effective collaborative relation between him and students. The students feel free asking any question they need to know. Consequently, the teachers can provide them solutions. In addition, students discuss with the friendly to clarify their concept about a topic, which by consequence fosters the creativity of the students. For example, in my school days, I always shared and discuss my problems with those teachers who were friendly and attained good grades in those teachers’ courses. However, those teachers often could not control classes efficiently as students, many a times, created mess in the class.
From the aforementioned argument, I would like to say that teacher should have a perfect proportion of friendliness and strictness, because, extreme of any may bring dire consequence to the students’ life. All that I want say that teachers should act according to the particular situation that when to be rude and when to be friend.