The task of teaching is based on intense individual motivation which hinges upon the core ethical value of society. This book expressly unfolds the major problems confronting teachers across the world. According to Beaver (1994), the expert teacher has inimitable qualities including fervour for their subject and an ability to transfer it to the learners, sound knowledge, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. It is against this backdrop that the author explored the fundamental tenets of teaching mechanism. The discourse covers a wide range of teaching enhancing skills including the key stages of designing the instructional objectives, weighing up the standard of the learners, the actual delivery of instructions and making decisive assessments. This book is an invaluable tool for teachers, trainee teachers, educational policy makers, supervisors and educational administrators.