12 March 2015
Every single one of us has to deal with teachers at one point or another in our life. Most commonly at school, starting all the way back in pre-school. We are left under their command for seven hours a day for them to do their job and potentially teach us new subjects. One thing that we learn is how to deal with and understand each one of their different personalities. I have categorized all my teachers throughout my life with different kinds of cheeses. One might say “why categorize with cheese?” Well I would respond by asking if they have ever peered into a glass case lined with hundreds of cheeses in several shapes, sizes, colors, and even mild to stinky levels cheeses have. My point is that there are countless variations that cheeses can be just as there are countless of variations that teachers can come in.
The first teacher I will describe is an English teacher I had in the past. I would classify this teacher as “Munster Cheese.” If one knows about Munster Cheese, then they know that this cheese is very potent and has a distinct strong flavor. She was a strict teacher at the least; One day right after recess, one of my classmates needed a drink and looked winded and extremely exhausted, but the teacher would not let him get a drink. The teacher was known highly of not being lenient on late work, projects, or homework. One day I was having trouble with a project for her class and I could not turn it in on time but no matter what I told her about needing help, she only gave me a lower grade. She was also a tough grader; just as tough as Munster Cheese is. This teacher happened to be my fourth grade teacher and as a teacher of an elementary class, I believe that she should be helping us rather than punishing us for doing our work. The next teacher will be classified as the one and only “Pepper Jack Cheese.” This cheese is firm similar to the teacher. He is a man that will put his heart into...
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