Your favourite teacher

@millie02 (6921)
United Kingdom
March 16, 2017 4:30am CST
When you were at school, did you have a favourite teacher, and what subject did they teach? My favourite was my Drama teacher.
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@DWDavis (15058)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
16 Mar 17
My favorite teacher was my high school French teacher. Not because I enjoyed learning French, but because I had a huge crush on her. She was 15 years older than me, and still to this day one of the most attractive women I have ever known.
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@atoz1to10 (6821)
• Australia
17 Mar 17
I used to have a crush on my high school teacher too.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
19 Mar 17
I never had a crush on any teacher, they all seemed so old to me.
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@DWDavis (15058)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
19 Mar 17
@millie02 I was 15. She was a very young looking 30.
@Hannihar (44331)
24 Dec
Even though I am not fond of math I would say my Math teacher was my favorite and we went on to become friends later in life.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
24 Dec
That is nice, are you still friends now?
@Hannihar (44331)
24 Dec
@millie02 He passed away many years ago. His wife was a former nun and she did not like us being friends.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
27 Dec
@Hannihar That is sad to hear.
@flpoolbum (2921)
• United States
16 Mar 17
I'm not suggesting that it was @millie02 's intention when creating this post, but I would be leery of answering this question. It is one of a handful of stock security questions and answers for websites that people sign up for. Other people may use this to try to access your accounts or combine and compile this information and sell it to people wanting to access your accounts and possibly steal your personal information or identify.
@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
16 Mar 17
Not guilty, don't worry, I wont be selling any answers.
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@flpoolbum (2921)
• United States
16 Mar 17
@millie02 ~I didn't think that you had an alterior motives. However, I felt that given that not everyone has the best of intentions, I felt that the point was worth bringing up. I've always said,"A little paranoia is a good thing!".
@atoz1to10 (6821)
• Australia
17 Mar 17
Thanks for your advice. I'd never heard of this before.
@imravi (2357)
• India
16 Mar 17
My favourite was the English teacher in school.she was always excited to suggest some good novels to read.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
19 Mar 17
I enjoyed English lessons when we could read to ourselves, but I hated having to read out loud.
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@imravi (2357)
• India
19 Mar 17
@millie02 I liked reading out loud.It was always fun to attend English classes.
• India
16 Mar 17
For me my english teacher,he had lots of knowledge and experience which made interesting his teachings
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
16 Mar 17
It is easier to learn when you are interested in the lesson.
• India
16 Mar 17
@millie02 true but I liked the way he taught me and the methods of course,we need directions to walk properly ,interest alone has nothing to do without resources and guidance I believe
@atoz1to10 (6821)
• Australia
16 Mar 17
My favourite teacher was my early primary school year teacher. She was nice. Usually one would be punished for using left hand to write, but this teacher of mine had held my left hand to help me with my handwriting.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
16 Mar 17
My husband is left handed and he had trouble at school.
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@atoz1to10 (6821)
• Australia
17 Mar 17
@millie02 yeah, why people have to be so mean sometime. From where I came from it is not a normal to be abnormal, and using left hand is one of them.
@Dena91 (4765)
• United States
16 Mar 17
I have 2. My kindergarten teacher, Mrs Junger. I remeber her as being kind hearted. I cried when she left half way through the school year to have her baby. Mr. Appleby my 11th grade history teacher. He increased my love of history by making it exciting in the way that he taught us.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
19 Mar 17
History was one of my favourite subjects at school, and I still like learning about history now.
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@Morleyhunt (21459)
• Canada
16 Mar 17
My favourite teacher was Miss French....later Mrs Randall. She taught me three classes one year....typing, shorthand and business Corespondance. Later I met her at the obstetricians office....we were both expecting our first child....a week apart. It turned out she lived just down the street from us. We actually visited back and forth a few times before my husband and I moved out of town.
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@millie02 (6921)
• United Kingdom
19 Mar 17
That was nice to keep in touch with each other.
@punit7724 (101)
16 Mar 17
Oh man !! you reminded me of old days. Yea i had my favourite teacher in school. She was sort off my counselor. Although she teaches me 'Hindi' (our mother tongue).
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@Farcha (686)
8 Aug 17
In elementary school, my favorite teacher was an Arabic language, French. In middle school, mathematics' and physics' teachers were my favorite. In high school, my English and French teachers were my favorite.