Teachers today and teachers in the past.

Ainul Huda Bt. Mat Yusof

Attention Getter
One of the most noble profession known to mankind is teaching. Teachers are not only impart knowledge but also help in character building of younger generations who later on play an important role in nation building.

Thesis Statement (2 main ideas)
From my opinion, teachers nowadays and in the past have changed a lot in terms of their roles and characters.

Topic Sentence 1
First and foremost, teachers nowadays and in the past are different in terms of their roles and responsibility.

Supporting Details 1
Nowadays, most of the teachers have more responsibilities compared to the teachers in the past.

Example 1
Teachers today are not only responsible for teaching students, doing paper work, planning lessons but they also have to deal with the work even at home and during weekends.

Supporting Details 2
On the other hand, teachers in the past were holding less responsibilities than nowadays.

Example 2
For example, teachers in the past, they were just teaching students, give homework to them and return home after school.

Concluding Sentence
Hence, teachers nowadays and teachers in the past are different because of their responsibility.

Topic Sentence 2
Next, the characters of teachers nowadays are different compared to the teachers in the past.

Supporting Details 1
Teachers nowadays are more casual and informal in terms of treating their students.

Example 1
Because of this situation, students today often forget their good manners and respect for elders.

Supporting Details 2
However, teachers in the past were more strict and serious compared to the teachers nowadays.

Example 2
For instance, students in the past were well mannered and they behaved as kids should.

Concluding Sentence
Thus, the way of the teachers treat their students are difference between teachers today and in the past.

Conclusion
In brief, with a lot of changes that took place, teachers nowadays and in the past have changed a lot in terms of their roles and characters.

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