My Favorite Teacher in History Essay

820 Words May 29th, 2012 4 Pages
In my school there are many teachers. Each one teaches us different subjects. Although all of them are fairly good, there is one teacher whom I love and admire the most. Her name is Mrs. Grace Gilo. There are some teachers, who hardly ever make an impact on, or touch someone’s life for the better. Some just go through life teaching. But there are some that change a person’s life, for the better. She was the kind of person that everyone loved. She never asked too much, or expected too much. She is the most pleasing personality that I have ever come across. She is an ideal teacher. She has all those qualities which a good teacher is expected to have. A history teacher, a role model and now OIC at Mariano Marcos Memorial High School. Mrs. …show more content…
There was also this one time that I got depressed because of family problems. Somehow I still manage to get to school often. But when we were having classes with her, she noticed something. She knew something was wrong with me. So she asked me to stay after class. She began with a calm and caring voice saying, “is there something wrong?” Well of course for student to talk about such thing is hard. So I answered with a sigh saying “no ma’am” But she wasn’t convinced with my answer. She knew she had to force me in a way that I would comfortably open up to her. I don’t know if had used some kind of magic trick to get to my head. It’s as if she how to make me talk. She reasoned logically with me. In the end, I still began to talk. That simple conversation felt like a best friends’ chat. We laughed, shared the same opinion, argued but agreed and enjoyed. It lasted for hours. I didn’t notice the time until my classmate came to see me. She told me that our other teachers were looking for me. I had to go. But before I did, she made sure that I was alright. And I was. I felt better than ever. It was the first time I ever felt that way. That’s why I can never forget her. Until today, no has ever made feel the she did. She had her own way of things. She knew just how to deal with certain situations like that. And that’s very unforgettable. Although it has been years since I sat in desk in her classroom, ready for another promising day, Mrs. Gilo continues

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