I purposely held this until after Teacher Appreciation Week. I mean, shouldn't everyday be Teacher Appreciation Day? On this site, you can read responses about describing "your best teacher." And you can post your own. Here's a sample (spelling, etc. is left as is):
My favorite teacher was my freshman math teacher. He was one of the the
goofiest people I ever knew, but incredibly nice and you could really
tell he cared about the subject and all of his students. His class was
always the best - I felt most confortable in the environment he set up
and it was fun every day. I had hated math up until that point, but he
taught me to love it! He was always so clear in his explanations and I
could always understand what he was trying to get at. He always came
into the classroom bring a positive attitude that set us all going.
The best teacher I had was a lady named Mrs. Browning. She was my third
grade teacher. It was she who inspired me to be a teacher in the first
place. She also lead me to be a Laura Ingalls Wilder fan and a better
my favorite teacher is mrs. Baldinelli. She is my math teacher right
now. i'm in seventh grade.She is my favorite teacher because she tells
alot of funny stories. she also make funny faces like raising her
eyebrows. one day she put up a trick question on the board. (the answer
to it was yes) a boy in our class almost said no but blurted out that
her face looked funny! she said "WHAT" in her angry but funny voice.
well i mean your face it looked funny. "What" she said again. i mean i
could tell it was supposed to be tricky the boy replied. it was so
funny! another great thing about Mrs. Baldinelli is that when we grade
our homework she acts like she's going to say one number(we all freak
out) and says another. there are so many other great things about her.
Mrs. Baldinelli is the best teacher ever, i will never foget her.
Believe it or not my favorite teacher was named Mr. Yelle. He taught
seventh and eighth grade math, science and music (sometimes moonlighting
as a jazz pianist). He spoke to us "at eye level", and had infinite
patience and tolerance for anything except unkindness. We did incredible
projects for the scinece fairs. To this day (and I'm talking 40 years
ago) I remember our lessons on meteorology (we built a weather station!)
and on human anatomy (which 12-year-old boys and girls were able to
take seriously with not an offensive word, leer or sneer). By the way,
he didn't yell.