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    Post "Of becoming a teacher"

    My dear teachers,
    I need a title for the module that I'm going to make.
    The topic is all about 'of becoming a teacher.'
    I already submitted lots of topics but my teacher keeps on rejecting them.
    He told me that my titles/topics are common...
    Please help me..
    thanks...

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    Re: "Of becoming a teacher"

    I think it's impossible for us to advise. Your teacher's objection seems to be not so much the wording ('Of becoming a teacher' is OK - though I'd prefer just 'Becoming a teacher' ['Of...' is reminiscent of Dickensian chapter headings]) as the scope: 'Becoming a Teacher' is a very big and diffuse topic, and your teacher may want you to concentrate your focus a bit. Something like 'Becoming a teacher: difficulties specific to aspiring teachers from the Philippines, and the benefits of a background in Tagalog as well as Spanish', perhaps. Or maybe your teacher wants you to name a subject that you can tackle realistically within the given word-limit or time constraints. Only your teacher will know what s/he wants.

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    Re: "Of becoming a teacher"

    What do you think is the single most important thing about becoming a teacher?

    I also don't like "Of becoming a teacher". I echo the simple "Becoming a teacher" or perhaps "On becoming a teacher".

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    Post Re: "Of becoming a teacher"

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    I think it's impossible for us to advise. Your teacher's objection seems to be not so much the wording ('Of becoming a teacher' is OK - though I'd prefer just 'Becoming a teacher' ['Of...' is reminiscent of Dickensian chapter headings]) as the scope: 'Becoming a Teacher' is a very big and diffuse topic, and your teacher may want you to concentrate your focus a bit. Something like 'Becoming a teacher: difficulties specific to aspiring teachers from the Philippines, and the benefits of a background in Tagalog as well as Spanish', perhaps. Or maybe your teacher wants you to name a subject that you can tackle realistically within the given word-limit or time constraints. Only your teacher will know what s/he wants.

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    Sir, I guess anything will do.
    Please..
    He might accept the topic that you'll give.
    Please give one..
    thanks..

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