An emotionally unstable teacher cannot do justice to his work.
(4) Good expression: The teacher must be able to express his thoughts clearly His oral and written expression must be good. His speech, pronunciation and voice must also be impressive.
Pupils study habits and work habits have to be guided properly.
He must pay attention to all children particularly to the delinquent, abnormal and mal-adjusted children. Work of the pupils and their participation should be evaluated by the teacher from time to time.
(6) Social Traits: The teacher should be sociable in nature.
He must maintain good relations with his colleagues, pupils and their parents and general public. Only then he will be able to develop social virtues in students. It is not mere communication of knowledge to the student.
He is to achieve educational objectives through the curriculum of the school.
In order to discharge his duties effectively he must possess certain qualities and qualifications which may be described as under: The teacher is required to answer questions which require fair command of subject.
He must understand them individually and try to help them in overcoming their difficulties. (2) A man of character: The teacher should have high moral character.
He should have sound principle of life as his ideas and conduct will affect the children profoundly.