This is a very interesting question. While we are about it let us talk about all teachers, and about ideal teachers. That ideal teacher will be a man of pleasing address, and in addition to look ahead. Hardly anybody remembers that teachers are only people. They work, have families, and daily problems, and added to which they are paid too low. I must be admitted that for all they are good teachers, but not ideal. Every teacher wants to deliver his/her knowledge to others, above all their students. Anybody but teachers thinks that teaching is as easy as anything is. However, joking apart. At first appearance, it may seem that it is true, but who thinks that has not an atom a common sense. For aught I know teaching is the most difficult job among all professions. On the other hand, they choose this job of their own accord.
Nevertheless, return to the ideal teacher. For all I care I think that the ideal teacher should be up to date, in common with his students, the person on whom it is possible to count on, and sets a good example to students. The ideal teacher ought to be a person who is in favour with students. He/she must have his/her subject, which teaches at his/her finger-ends. He/she rejoice an authority. Because there is no smoke without fire, he/she must be consistent in work, not to fall in esteem, and to be fit for teaching. He also should be friends with his/her students, and be full of beans. He/she ought not to fuss over any reason. The ideal teacher ought to be patient and lenient, and very often keeps his/her head. First, he/she should be on the job to teach, and not do odd jobs to earn for live. I think that he/she should look his/her best also, has an iron will, and thinking to have the hearers. However, most often teachers are run down because of wearing themselves. The ideal teacher should also give useful hints to his/her students. I think that they would like to have been offered a better-paid job. Then all teachers would resign for teaching at schools, so would be no teachers and even more ideal teachers.
Teachers are said that cannot teach; but it is not a true. They try to be good but sometimes it is impossible. Children are fussy, talking, and prevent in leading lessons. What should an ideal teacher be like? Who should he/she be? Maybe an angel? There are no angels, but there is no accounting for tastes. We had better to do our best to improve teachers’ work and earnings circumstances. If they are better off they will be better teachers. Maybe even the best or ideal. Teachers cannot keep in the background. They are often down because cannot make both ends meet. For the present, we must see them through. All of us, students, their parents, governments, and teachers themselves. It is necessary to speak out about teachers’ situation. They became ideal themselves, and there will be no need to talk about what should an ideal teacher be like. They will know it themselves, and we will be glad that everything was worthwhile.