My school hero is Mr. Allan. He’s an Australian and he taught us English. Well, I think he’s the most excellent teacher in the world whose lessons are very meaningful.
He’s muscular and energetic, that’s why he talks like a machine gun shooting. (This would be better for describing his speed of speech!) He smiles all the time so we feel relaxed in his lessons. He’s funny that he always tells jokes to make us laugh. I remember one of our classmates, William, nearly laughed to faint in Mr. Allan’s lesson. I can see the power of jokes!
It’s a pity that our school doesn’t have an American football team, or Mr Allan would have led us win many games. He said that he was the manager of an American football team in Australia, which was called ‘Swan’. Futhermore, I’m not sure whether gum is a tradition in Australia or not. You can see a chewing gum in Mr. Allan’s mouth all the time. (If it is a truth that chewing gum is a source of power, I must follow suit.) I suppose Mr. Allan’s an expert of chewing gum, that I need to inform him when I want one.
There is no special reasons for him to be my school hero except his unique characters. He is kind, generous, humorous and polite to all his students. He’s keen on all kinds of sports so that many students like to talk to him. He could talk to his students like his best friends. That’s why he’s my school hero.
I hope if I am a teacher one day, I can be a teacher successful as him. I wish I can imitate him when I devote myself into the social service.
1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.