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1. I wish I could persuade every teacher to be proud of his occupation… notconceited or pompous, but proud. People who introduced themselves with theshare remark that they are “just teachers”gives despair in my heart. Did youV. LEARNING ACTIVITIESACTIVITY: Let’s Do These
ever hear a lawyer say deprecatingly that he was only a patent attorney? Didyou ever heat a physician say” I am just a brain surgeon”? I beg of you to stopapologizing for being a member of the most important profession in the world.Draw yourself up to your full height; look at anybody squarely in the eye andsay, “I am a Teacher” -WILL2. “Good, better, best. Never let it rest until your good is better and your better isbest”…TIM DUNCAN3. “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard workandlearning from failure.’-COLIN POWELL4. “Success is where preparation and opportunity meet”BOBBY UNSER5. “Self-respect is the fruit of discipline; the sense of dignity goes with the ability tosay no to oneself.”ABRAHAM JOSHUA HESCHEL6.“There are two kinds of pride both good and bad. Good pride represents ourdignity and self-respect. Bad pride is the deadly sin of superiority that reeks ofconceit and arrogance.”JOHN C. MAXWELLBTHE TEACHER AS A PERSON - ARTICLE XIDownload for online answer or copy for printed answers and readSections 1 - 4,ARTICLE XI of theCODE OF ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS. Thenanswerquestions found in Analysis phaseCTHE TEACHER AND BUSINESS - ARTICLE X1.Download for online answer or copy for printed answers and readSections 1 -3, of ARTICLE X of theCODE OF ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONALTEACHERS. Then do No. 22.Consider the findings of the study on teacher’s borrowing as shared by DedEdSecretary Leonor Briones:1.The propensity of public school teachers to borrow is 50% higher compared toother employees of the government such as the police and nurse.2.Aside from possibility of not receiving any pay once they retire, public schoolteachers may also suffer sanctions - from mere reprimand to revocation oflicenses to teach due to their unpaid loans. There are more than 500 pendingcases versus teachers files by various lending institutions in the past 3 years.
(Source: Merlinda Hernando-Malipot, Why public School Teachers Tend to BorrowOct. 31, 2017 - )3.Teachers owe70 billion pesosfrom legitimate lending institutions (DepED SecLeonor Briones -)ATHE TEACHER AND THE PROFESSIONIV

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