The Ideal Teacher by: Davi

For me, an ideal teacher would be a person who listens; a person who doesn’t think that they are superior to the students because of their age. A ideal teacher would be a person who understands kids, and helps them with their problems.

These days, teachers aren’t always open to suggestions. They have their lessons already in their head, and they don’t listen to new ideas. There will always be teachers like that. Then there are some teachers who are close, if not already ideal. They are open, listen to their students, and treat their students as equals; no matter if they are young or old, big or small, or the same religion or race. They treat their students as if they were fully fledged adults; with respect and kindness. That, is an ideal teacher.

Me vs. I Grammar Project by Will P

For my grammar project I chose to study when you are supposed to use “I” and when you are supposed to use “me”. I wanted to do this because I know that many people including myself use these words in the wrong way.

The most important thing you need to know is an easy trick that I put at the end of my presentation (see to left). The trick is to take out the extra person. For example, Jim told Max and — to help him. By taking out the extra person, I mean thinking about it like this, Jim told — to help him. You would use “me” because you would not say, Jim told I to help him.Posted with BlogsyPosted with Blogsy