History is alive; history is something tangible, that you can see, hear and feel, and we can live it through dressing up and acting out scenes or taking trips to important places of historical interest.
And although he’s getting on in years and may not be teaching for much longer, he will have an important place in history for many of his students, because there has never been a teacher able to bring a subject to life in quite the same way he does.
We all sat slightly paralyzed, not even anting to breathe too loudly, because hearing such a jovial and jolly little man lose his temper was a huge shock.
It certainly had the right kind of impact though, because he’s never needed to shout since.
In the 12th grade, my English teacher was a unique person for me. He had an amazing ability to communicate with students.
It might be because of his young age, so he knew how to satisfy teenagers like us.
She would spend her private time to teach us western penmanship which was using two pencils and tightened them together with rubber bands.
She said that it would be the way to be easier communicating with her students. She encouraged us to do voluntary work after school or at weekends.
Every one of them has his own method of explanation and students treatment.
There's a famous saying in Arabic that goes "The one who taught me a letter, I would be a slave for him" and that's tells us how the teacher has a great position.