Being a real teacher is a talent. After all, the teacher must be able to convey his experience, his knowledge to children. Probably every teacher wants his pupil to succeed in the future. And, of course, it’s nice when it happens.
The author puts the problem of relations between people, in this text – between the teacher and the students.
Why do one teacher love and accept children, while others simply hate? I think that this problem is close to every schoolboy and every teacher. In general, it is possible to answer this question in different ways. But, it seems to me, everything is explained by the difference of characters. There are no absolutely identical people. Therefore, what one likes is not always ready to accept others.
In my opinion, we must agree
This is what Iskander says. The author believes that they did not accept the new teacher because they considered her to be a “stranger”, not close to them. Only a few years later he realized that the children were not right, and most importantly – why.
Remember the work of V. Rasputin “Lessons of the French.” Lydia Mikhailovna, a teacher of French, decided to help a boy with an anemia. To give the guy a chance to have money, she comes up with a game in “measure”. The headmaster considered the game with the student a crime. A woman leaves for her Kuban, but she does not blame the boy for anything and does not forget about him.
Unfortunately, there are other situations. Students can not find a common language with teachers. On TV, a documentary was shown about how a boy stabbed a physics teacher with a knife. The reason was the deuce, set by the latter.
So, I agree with F. Iskander that “love of the first teacher” (I think, not necessarily the first) “is just as necessary and natural as the first love.” Without this, it is impossible. Otherwise, the student and the teacher will try to “eat” each other, and from this nothing good will come of it.