24 September 2010
First I want to tell you with whom I honor of working with, with whom I have learnt to respect, and who deserve the utmost admirations. The teachers I am talking about work hard to do good job, because, above all, it is a kind of responsibility so to speak towards their students and relevantly toward themselves. I have had several teachers among which there were only few whom I felt fit the description above, maybe most of them were good in their own way, but one cannot be sufficient in all ways or I may also have misunderstood them. However, the teacher that I chose as deserving of the “My Favorite Teacher” earned this title due to the care he showed to each of his students through his teaching, personality, and the all the fun had in his class is Mr. Gopal Sharma.
Mr. Sharma is a middle aged person of 33 with a handsome personality. I always saw him in school in a well ironed shirt and pants with a red or a blue tie with white stripes, and he loved to be in field in the tracksuit which he had worn in a national level competition of cricket. He had medium length, soft, straight hair which he always kept in a nice style. He was a cool guy not only because of his kind hearted approach but also his innovative teaching techniques.
I had first met Mr. Sharma when I was at grade 2 in Marigold English Boarding School and he was on his last year of his B.A. (Now he is a M.A. M.Ed.) He taught me mathematics from then until my tenth grade. His motivation and enthusiasm in teaching made mathematics easy for me. Not only I but also all the students loved his teaching style. He used to make us solve the questions on the board and make us explain that which would increase our confidence. When he wrote on the blackboard he used to say slowly and loudly that all students would understand easily. In some periods, some students may feel bored because of his speed. His style of solving problems was amazing. He would always have an easy way...