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  • #286280
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    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

    #286294
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    My favorite teacher is single female when I attend at HS…She always comes closer to me. Heheheh!!

    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

    #286305
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    How was her teaching?

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    My favorite teacher is single female when I attend at HS…She always comes closer to me. Heheheh!!
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    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

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    #286317
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    My favorite teacher is Miss Manas from 5th grade. We still run into each other once in awhile in town. She’s a black lady that left a meaningful and long lasting impression on me. She’s a humble lady. Even though she’s a christian, she told us once that everyone has their own God…believe in your God. We were the only class out of the whole school that sang songs everyday. We sang fun and silly songs. Also, we sang some protest songs like “we shall overcome”. She’s an awesome lady. I can honestly say that she had a part of who I am today.

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    #286329
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    My favorite teacher was my 7th grade language arts teacher. His name is Mr. Taylor. He’s the only male english teacher i’ve had and he inspired me more than anyone else. He had a very different teaching style from the other teachers; he made it less mundane; he encouraged us to participate in a lot things-to write for the newspaper, the impression magazine, and enter the school scary story contest, which i won third place; he didn’t just showed them to us, but provided an access for us as well. Each day of class began with a philosophical interpretation of a quote and one of the quotes that i remember to this day is: “we are judged on who we were, but we judge ourselves base on what we feel capable of doing.” This quote is what i pull my strength from. Towards the end of the year, we were learning to play chess; we played it during class, lunch and after school and if we managed to beat him, we’d get an A for the grading period. I felt like he genuinely cared about what we do and encouraged us to. Seventh grade was definitely my best year, academically.

    #286339
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    ^ 7th grade was my only grade in which i got straight A’s. :D

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    #286351
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    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

    My most favorite was Prof Hugh Huntley, he’s a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and taught a course call Mechanics Of Materials at the University of Michigan.

    He had this sleepy rabbit eyes, for some reason I found people with these type of eyes very intelligent. He’s really theatrical when come to explaining difficult things, one time he jumped and bounced off wall to keep student’s attention focus on him. I end up laughing the loudest in the class without knowing it, people were looking at me.

    Everyone dreaded taking his class because he’s a hard grader–no grading on a curve in his class, you get what you put into it, at the end of the course about half of the students drop-out.

    I’m glad I got through it.

    #286362
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    [i]Originally posted by brach[/i]
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    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

    My most favorite was Prof Hugh Huntley, he’s a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and taught a course call Mechanics Of Materials at the University of Michigan.

    He had this sleepy rabbit eyes (…like actor Jeremy Irons), for some reason I found people with these type of eyes very intelligent. He’s really theatrical when come to explaining difficult things, one time he jumped and bounced off wall to keep student’s attention focus on him. I end up laughing the loudest in the class without knowing it, people were looking at me.

    Everyone dreaded taking his class because he’s a hard grader–no grading on a curve in his class, you get what you put into it, at the end of the course about half of the students drop-out.

    I’m glad I got through it.

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    #286374
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    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    ^ 7th grade was my only grade in which i got straight A’s. :D

    lol interesting..yea for some reason 7th grade was the culmination of my straight A’s years, i remember having all A’s except for a B and C in cooking class cus i was too preoccupied with cooking stuff rather than the course work.

    #286387
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    She teaching me all about how males and females get a relationship with each other…Anywhere that I sit she always comes to sit and puts her butts infront my eyes. Omg!!! My eyes become rolling all the times. I still remember one day of fall, we have a date at the China town Restaurant. Oh!! wow!!! She love me and she want me to be her husband…Thats a fact!!! She came from German…

    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    How was her teaching?

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    My favorite teacher is single female when I attend at HS…She always comes closer to me. Heheheh!!
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    [i]Originally posted by souljourner[/i]
    Who was your favorite teacher?-high school or college. How was that teacher like that made her/him stand out? What did she/he do to leave a lasting impression on you?

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    #286399
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    Black teachers are always great to have. They tell it like it is. White teachers tend to talk about how great everything is.

    #286410
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
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    How about Cambodian teacher…???

    [i]Originally posted by I3ig_Machine[/i]
    Black teachers are always great to have. They tell it like it is. White teachers tend to talk about how great everything is.

    #286422
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    I only hard one Khmer teacher. She’s walks around like she’s all educated and a know it all. She embraces things when she believes she knows how to do it. When uneducated Khmers are able to do it better than her, she acts like a b itch, walks away, and condemn what she use to embrace because she’s not better at it. Not saying this about Khmer teachers, but from the one Khmer teacher I had. There is another Khmer teacher that taught Khmer at Lowell High school. Everybody said that he’s a bad teacher that doesn’t do crap. Kids want to learn Khmer but we don’t learn Khmer.

    Just to add, I think hispanic teachers are horrible. They like to dance around in class listening to their raggaton music or whatever.

    Black teachers aren’t that good either when it comes to the material. I just like listening to complain about oppression..haha. That’s one of the few time I get to hear real stuff.

    Also, IT teachers don’t know crap for the most part. They act like they know so much, but then they can’t even change the background image. Okay, not totally true, but they get thrown off so easily.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    How about Cambodian teacher…???
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    [i]Originally posted by I3ig_Machine[/i]
    Black teachers are always great to have. They tell it like it is. White teachers tend to talk about how great everything is.

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    #286434
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    So!!! Which one of teacher do you concerning is a best teacher of skill??? Chinese or Vietnamese…

    [i]Originally posted by I3ig_Machine[/i]
    I only hard one Khmer teacher. She’s walks around like she’s all educated and a know it all. She embraces things when she believes she knows how to do it. When uneducated Khmers are able to do it better than her, she acts like a b itch, walks away, and condemn what she use to embrace because she’s not better at it. Not saying this about Khmer teachers, but from the one Khmer teacher I had. There is another Khmer teacher that taught Khmer at Lowell High school. Everybody said that he’s a bad teacher that doesn’t do crap. Kids want to learn Khmer but we don’t learn Khmer.

    Just to add, I think hispanic teachers are horrible. They like to dance around in class listening to their raggaton music or whatever.

    Black teachers aren’t that good either when it comes to the material. I just like listening to complain about oppression..haha. That’s one of the few time I get to hear real stuff.

    Also, IT teachers don’t know crap for the most part. They act like they know so much, but then they can’t even change the background image. Okay, not totally true, but they get thrown off so easily.

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    How about Cambodian teacher…???
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    [i]Originally posted by I3ig_Machine[/i]
    Black teachers are always great to have. They tell it like it is. White teachers tend to talk about how great everything is.

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    #286445
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    I had a few Chinese/Viet teachers, but their english wasn’t that great. They’re similar to the Khmer teacher with their noses in their air because they’re so educated. I had to transfer out of the Viet teacher’s class because she was unbearable, and I’m a very tolerant guy.

    It depends on the teacher and overall, most suck, not due to themselves, but society. American education in general sucks. However, I would stay away from Hispanic teachers. Black teachers aren’t that great either, but at least you get a history lesson. U get nothing from hispanic teachers. That’s why they come up here to send their kids to be taught by American teachers.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    So!!! Which one of teacher do you concerning is a best teacher of skill??? Chinese or Vietnamese…

    [Message last modified 11-03-2008 03:20pm by I3ig_Machine]

    #286456
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    I really like one of my business’ teachers right now. She said to the class, “I don’t give out As”

    #286467
    Avatar of I3ig_Machine
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    You guys paid for it..lol.

    [i]Originally posted by XxgirlfriendxX[/i]
    I really like one of my business’ teachers right now. She said to the class, “I don’t give out As”

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