Real Ardor from the Real Experience with Teachers in the U.S.
For the most part of teachers’ life, the supreme reward they get for their job is to see their students succeed. It is one way of knowing the effect of their effort. Thus, what can a student give back to their teachers as a mean of ‘THANK YOU?’ On teacher appreciation day you can take advantage this occasion to show how you appreciate them and instills in them their merit and sense of achievements.
From the real experience of a certain student named Susan, she detailed the real ardor of some of her previous and present teachers in the U.S. how these educators created a genuine existence to her. Owing them a great gratitude, she, one-by-one tells every incident that these teachers taught her about that basically change her life:
- Her 1st year Latin teacher, Mr. Thompson taught her practicality, which is to use her brain and never let herself to be spoon-fed. This teacher of hers has brought her practical ideas as a weapon in the real world. Be aware that rules do not apply all the time and some tricky things may possibly exist.
- Her 3rd year teacher in Latin, Dr. Drake, on the other hand, taught her how to respect someone and put it in effect.
- Her English teacher in high school, she called her Mrs. English has cared enough to pay attention she was making a mistake. This teacher called her whenever it happens to teach her to respect her own self.
- Dr. Sheridan who was her professor in college taught her about Principles in teaching. This teacher taught her how to balance life as a woman by showing her good side to be a good role model.
- Her English professor otherwise taught her to have self-confidence and how to reason out in an accurate way.
- Her teacher Mrs. Sledge, who was her piano teacher, taught her right discipline. At the age of 6, Susan learned piano quickly because her teacher trained her to play piano along with character that should have possessed.
See how these teachers impart unique thoughts in Susan life, and that is how extraordinary are teachers job, wherever part of the world they might be. In the U.S., Susan proven how her teacher are dedicated to their profession through her experience.
Maybe there are so may teachers come and go in our lives like Susan, and these teachers leave positive and negative spots. Though we have choices among them to become our favorites, we should always remember that what we experienced with them is for our own sake as students. All we have to do is to show them appreciation. This time, don’t miss appreciating them on World teacher appreciation day 2012!