HOW TO BE A GOOD LANGUAGE TEACHER

Saadillah Saadillah

Abstract


Abstract

There are two  crucial questions about the study of language  teacher. The first  question is “How is a good   teacher?” The second question is “How is a good language teacher?  To answer those questions, it should be understood that teacher is a usual creation of God. Like an English proverb says”there is no one  perfect  so, the teacher maybe will do the mistakes. The teacher maybe has some weakness .  This writing tries describing some facts about teachers as general, and introducing the  reader about how is going to be a good language teacher.  


Keywords


language teacher, qualification, competence, and criteria

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18592/let.v2i1.1366

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