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Advice from lecturer to Kum Sros

Advice from lecturer to Kum Sros

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Khan Chenda, 32,  is a lecturer at the Institute of Foreign Languages. He provided some tips for being a good teacher.

He said that the most important thing for student teachers to do is to master the subject that they wish to teach in the future. If they want to be an English teacher, for instance, they must improve their ability and study all subjects related to the English language.

It is also essential for students to love teaching, have good teaching and explaining skills, and to know about important social issues that will arise in the classroom. Furthermore, Chenda said that teachers must have strong communication skills.

Chenda also said that in addition to having good teaching skills, teachers must be moral people who behave decently in order to be good role models for the students. Since students often come to teachers with personal problems, teachers must be able to communicate with students and other teachers to help solve these problems.

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