I still remember that we were met in our kindergarten class and became great friends forever. She is very entertaining, jolly and helpful in nature. She understands me a lot and become always ready to help me in my all bad or happy conditions. We are classmates and become together every time. We go to the school everyday together and play sports daily in the nearby ground of our house.
He shares them with his children and others around him at the exact right moment. In the book, “To Kill a Mockingbird“, wisdom is one of the biggest themes because it teaches many great life lessons, shows how much different a person is if they are wise, and it is what ultimately helps Scout mature and understand the world around here. Many life lessons are taught in Harper Lee's novel. Most of them are told by the wise father in the book, Atticus. He's always teaching Scout and Jem, his children.
Not only did I get to spend time with my son, but I was fortunate enough to be hands on in the classroom as well as be apart of his academic success as a preschooler. I loved hanging out with the kids. But most of all, I loved seeing the excitement on their faces when a child accomplished their goal. Like, writing their name independently for the first time. So I thought what better career than elementary education.
When starting school for me it was easy making friends but as most of us I had a best friend, Benjamin Vergnaud we were best friends from K5 until 4th grade and it is a friendship that I will never forget. We were brothers and I guess time drifted us apart but he is still a good friend today but nothing like before.
He made the example of when my parents ask me to do something, I have to continually ask him what my parents said after they left because I ignored them. A friend I met last semester, Hugo, said that I’m a good listener because I’m full of compassion. He said that I make an effort to put myself in people’s shoes to understand how they feel. He goes on to say that I make him feel comfortable enough to come to me for everything, because I don’t pass judgement. Nonverbal Communication My Mom said that I’m easy to read.
Gary Minton is a man full of funny jokes, great stories, and determination. I call Gary my “Paw-Paw” and have since the day I was born. He is one of the sweetest and kindest people anyone will ever meet. He has worked hard to get where he is at today and told me to do the same: “ Work hard, it’s gonna pay off.” During this interview, I learned about his childhood, teenage years, and early adult years, basically all of the times he was alive when I was not. I chose to interview him because I knew that he would have lots of advice and many tales to tell about his life: “ Pay more attention, be more focused, and don’t look at any boys” (Minton).
As Auggie said, “I know ordinary kids don’t make other ordinary kids run away screaming in playgrounds” (Palacio, 3). The love that Auggie’s family gave him helped push him through 27 surgeries’ makes a powerful bond that made him feel ready after getting used to the idea, of attending a mainstream school. His family, especially his mother, lived
Another example would be that I would always trip and fall on carpet and he would always try not to laugh and make a joke, but he said if I was ok and then he would always laugh at us after because it would be really funny. Thought he funny moments happened, the amount of humor that he has is very great for me because without his humor, he would just be a good dad, but when he has humor, he is the greatest dad
It is the goal of every teacher to make an impact on their students and to be remembered. For some it is easier than it is for others. Through my educational experience I have had plenty of great teachers, however there is one special educator that comes to mind when thinking about someone who has shaped me into the person I am today. The year was 2017, so I was a senior in high school. My senior year was filled with lots of happy times and of course some sad too.
I met my best friend Oscar about five years ago in summer school when he offered to help with the math I was stuggling with. After hanging out a couple of times, we became inseperable. He is one of the nicest people I know, and would help anyone in need without a second thought or wanting anything in return. He is also a person that doesn 't typically break the rules and is always takes everyone 's feelings into account. This wasn 't the case about a month ago, when he broke a societal norm at an Asia Buffet.