Bashir dawood is probably best known for his co-authored book “The teacher” which chronicled the path of a teacher in the creation of a textbook. The editors of the book were, at their core, readers, and critics who combined to form a theme. The people behind the pages of “The teacher” were not writers but thinkers as well as practitioners. They were, therefore, called Teachers. In this special episode, we discuss Bashir Dawood’s life and work, particularly his seminal work “The teacher” which explains why and how teachers learn. We will also look at other important works by other educators including “Sketches for Students” and “Teaching Ideas for Classroom Management”. Check out our main page for more episodes:
What is a teacher?
A teacher is a person who teaches students how to learn a language. A language learning teacher is a person who teaches a language to a student. A person who teaches a language to a student has many roles such as tutor, mentor, research assistant, etc.
How to learn a language?
As we have already mentioned, a language learning teacher is a person who teaches a language to a student. Similarly, a speech pathologist is a person who studies the way language is used in speech. Another role that a language learning teacher can play is that of a language mentor, who helps a student learn the language and practice speaking and writing it. Another role a speech pathologist can play is that of a research assistant, who studies the way language is used in speech and makes suggestions for new research projects.
Teach yourself reading and writing Known for his books, articles, and talk, Bashir Dawood has been an important voice in the debate on literacy and education. For years, he has been discussing the benefits of reading and writing in his books and his articles. In this week’s podcast, we discuss his books, articles, and talk. We also look at his views on literacy and education and also discuss his views on teaching reading and writing.
Bashir Dawood was a great educator who pioneered the field of language instruction. In his books and articles, he discussed how he learned to read and write and how he achieved these skills. He also discussed how he developed his teaching skills, from a student’s point of view, and how he worked to improve himself as a teacher.