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1 Role of a teacher 1. Rules and Ettiquettes of teachers Intention-? “The one who learns the knowledge of Deen through which he could earn the pleasure of Allah Ta’Ala, but instead he learns it only so that he can gain the pleasures of the world then such a person will not even smell the fragrance of Jannat. (Abu Dawood, Ibnu Majah)

2 2. Compassion & Dua for each student-especially weaker student. Hadhrat Abdul Qadir Jilaani (RA) used to say: “As long as anger overcomes you, do not count yourself among the people of knowledge.” Allah Ta’Ala mentions in the Qur’aan: Translation: “Had you been harsh and hard hearted, they would have dispersed from around you.”

3 3. Discipline as a teacher Punctuality-never be late to class- Teachers have to be examples. How can we discipline students if they are late if we are late. Earlier you at class the more time you have to plan. Hardworking- Don’t be lazy Sitting and teaching. Plan before the lesson-even if you know the content and if you have experience. Amaanah- regard this as a responsibility-mobile phones, wasting time. Planning- Test dates, work and lessons. Have a weekly planner.

4 4. Reward System-eg after 10 stars 1 lolly,sweet. After 25 Chocolate. Spend yourself on buying these items to reward students. Star Chart is also a good way of rewarding. Always praise good performance and hard work. 5. a. Planning- Lesson Make the lesson exciting for the student(not Kitaab reading). Research the lesson- bring a hadeeth or Quraan ayah to support your lesson. Don’t just rely on the textbook but go beyond that. Use different teaching methods-use of charts, board, powerpoint,etc Types of making a lesson fun – quiz, competitons, spontaneous tests(not for marks), stories,etc. Use of Colour- don’t be dull.

5 b. Testing Give dates well in advance. Make sure you stick to these dates, only change if absolutely necessary. Set your papers/exams early-don’t leave it for the last moment. Prepare a revision programme /sheet at least a week in advance. Set a time limit per test and set accordingly.

6 6. Dressing Ensure that a teacher is neat and clean- ensure that clothes are ironed(pressed), don’t wear torn items like socks, shoes etc. Teacher must be presentable. Don’t dress like a clown. Avoid picking ones nose, clean ears and put pens/pencils between toes,etc. Ensure hair is combed, nails are clean and trimmed, etc. Ensure that you smell good-apply itr Be an example to your students-Don’t instruct them to do actions if you not doing actions. Evaluate- regularly see if you are reaching the desired levels as well as if you are fulfilling your responsibility.

7 10 Attributes of a Good Teacher 1. Kindness and Consideration. 2. Patience. 3. A sense of humour. 4. A neat appearance and approachable manner. 5. A genuine interest in students problems. 6. The ability to be fair and impartial. 7. Reliability and consistency. 8. Generous with praise when it is due. 9. A wide range of interest of ones own. 10. A passion for and in-depth knowledge of ones chosen subject.

8 Points to Consider for an Effective Lesson Not necessarily intelligent BUT hardworking. Prepares his/her lesson thoroughly before imparting it. Plans his/her lesson. Language is clear and understandable. Lesson is delivered with enthusiasm.

9 Boardwork is clear and understandable. Teaching aids are used during lesson. Stands and delivers lesson. Conducts his/her lesson according to the capability of the students. Involves pupils in the lesson.


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