Teachers are a very important part of our lives, we remember their great work at the hands of these 8 films that teach us 8 great educators.
Although for many it is obvious, the task of teachers is really much more important than it may seem at first glance. Not only do our children learn from them the essential knowledge to know how to function adequately in the world of work, but they also acquire all that culture and general knowledge that a posteriori will be essential to be able to have excellent interpersonal relationships and the education required to be a great person .
For this reason, it is very important that we teach them to respect teachers, because without them they will not be able to become great characters in the future, regardless of the career they want to choose. The general culture that you will acquire in school and university is key for you to know how to behave appropriately and contribute to making society function better and better.
The cinema is one of the best ways for our children and students to learn a new lesson, since they find it very fun and, at the same time, it can also be very educational (depending on the film we select). In PregDream we tell you which are some of the films that teach us the value of teachers, so that you can put them on your children and thus learn to value the important work of the teacher in their life as students and for society.
1. ‘THE CLUB OF DEAD POETS’
In this Oscar-winning film , actor Robin Williams becomes an eccentric teacher who discovers poetry and the magic of living in the moment to a group of young students who from that moment awaken their minds and understand that they must have a thought critical, since you only live once.
Although the film may seem like an ode to youth and carefree living, its background focuses on the teacher who helps students to think differently from others to generate their own ideas and opinions.
2. ‘THE CHOIR BOYS’
This French production tells the story of a music teacher whose task is to teach troubled children, to whom he not only shows this art but also learns from it the essential values that it is impossible for us to believe how they have changed for the better after go through their classes.
3. ‘THE TONGUE OF BUTTERFLIES’
This Spanish film is one of the most popular films in our country and is based on the days before the civil war, when education in Spain was very different and children were afraid to go to school. However, the protagonist meets an excellent teacher who will be the complete opposite of what he had imagined, making learning a great experience
4. ‘EL INDOMABLE WILL HUNTING’
This American film tells the story of a high school janitor who turns out to have great mathematical knowledge that is discovered by one of the teachers, who will support him and become his guide to improve his life and make him achieve a better social and emotional position. This was one of the most Oscar-winning teacher films and is still very popular today.
5. ‘HARRY POTTER’
A series of films based on the books of the saga is about a young magician who is admitted to a school to be able to evolve with his knowledge and to be able to avenge the death of his parents. Your teachers will become your best allies and will play a great role as your closest family members.
6. ‘THE LITTLE SAVAGE’
This old French film is about the story of a boy who was discovered in the forest and whom a teacher took care of day and night so that he could not only learn the general knowledge of school, but also know how to behave socially and how to speak, given that after so many years of abandonment the child was more like an animal than a human being.
7. ‘MY FAIR LADY’
This musical in which Audrey Hepburn appears tells the story of how a linguistics teacher is able to get a student with almost no knowledge of English to pose as a noble empress. The student for her part steals his heart, showing that knowledge is not everything. These films seem very superficial, but deep down we find values such as knowing how to speak, having an excellent behavior, being empathetic and a good person is what both teachers and students can learn best.
8. ‘THE MONA LISA SMILE’
This American film based on the 50s tells us how a new teacher, Julia Roberts , got her students to start thinking for themselves and to claim the rights that as women they deserve, as well as men, in society and doing so set higher goals.
Dr. Tabriella Perivolaris, Sara's mother and fan of fashion, beauty, motherhood, among others, about the female universe. Since 2018 she has been working as a copywriter, always bringing to her articles a little of her experience and experience as a mother and woman.