ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs in English: Teacher
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a teacher does



A teacher's job is to teach someone - to help someone learn about something. Many teachers work in schools - (primary/prime) schools, middle schools, and high schools. At the university/college (level/area), teachers are known as (professors/deans). Teachers often have to create tests/exams for their students. This is a good way of (monitoring/metering) ( = following) their students' progress. Teachers often (grade/value) their students, based on how well or poorly the students (performance/perform). A good teacher should be (patience/patient), and should be able to explain things in a clear way. In North America, teachers have to be licensed, which usually means that they have to (finish/graduate) from college/university and (compel/complete) a teacher training (program/ritual) before being able to teach.





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