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Rajabi P, Nowroozzadeh N. A Good Teacher: To be or Not to beA Critical Review via an Experiential Perspective. MLSJ. 2017; 4 (1) :1-5
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Department of English Language, Malayer Branch, Islamic Azad University, Malayer, Iran.
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The educational success as an objective is of a two-sided nature, one dealing with learning side of human learning and the other coping with the teaching side thereof. In metaphorical words, the educational motor has two propelling parts, i.e. learning and teaching. Thus, if the operation of each part fails, the whole educational motor will cease to operate properly. As a rule of thumb, therefore, a good teacher is one who applies a teaching method which keeps the learning side active as well as interactive. Only in this way, the learner will be able to learn the material as planned and provided by the 'good' teacher. The present study has aimed to approach the subject of the characteristics of a good teacher not only by looking at three lines of experiential research by certain teaching researchers but also through authentically investigating the topic at hand wherein the results of academic teaching semester will count too. The results of this study ushers us to notice the existence of a uniquely decisive and pluralistically divergent perspective which belongs to the learners and the way they behold the teaching event, while taking account the expectations they bring with themselves to the teaching-learning situation.
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Received: 2019/08/8 | Accepted: 2019/08/8 | Published: 2019/08/8

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