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  • First of all, this isn't an assignment and I'm not getting graded on it. I'm doing it for my own good and just going to place it into his mailbox next week. Any feedback on the writing condition or anything else? By the way, I'm only 13, so sorry if my writing isn't at its best! Thanks in advance _______________________________________... --> Some of the most influential people in a child’s life are their teachers. Growing up, they’re the main group of people to inspire and motivate you. I like to think that they’re the building blocks to a new nation. Of my fourteen years of existence, I have gone through several grade levels expecting nothing besides an education that will help me get through life. That was, until one year, I moved to Mexico School District in sixth grade and met my favorite teacher, Mr. Baum. Mr. Baum is the type of teacher that can combine humor and fun into learning. In school, there’s always that one teacher that everyone loves because they let them get away with things, but whom gets taken advantage upon. Unlike those teachers, Mr. Baum isn’t afraid to impose his authority if needed. This doesn’t mean yelling and calling out students, but addressing the situation. I still remember his speeches he gave the class before or after lunch on how to present ourselves properly. It’s very rare for such a man to ever be in a bad mood. If anything, Mr. Baum is responsible for my strong interests in most of my subjects. He taught me Social Studies, English, and Math. This eighth grade year, I grew an even stronger interest in Social Studies, writing is still one of my favorite things to do in my free time, and I even participated in advanced Algebra this year. One quote that Mr. Baum had always mentioned was “substitute the variable.” He wasn’t kidding when he told us this was one of the most important things to remember in math. He also taught me that anyone can copy pages and pages of notes from a text book, but it takes effort to memorize and get things done. Certain things from his classes stuck with me and I was able to carry these tips throughout the rest of my Middle School journey. That is what, in my opinion, makes a good and honorable teacher. I can honestly say he has taught me a lot. Some teachers hardly make an impact on their students and just go through life teaching. But there are also some teachers that make someone want to be a better person. There was one story that Mr. Baum had told to the class that I specifically remember. It was a very simple story, but for some reason, I just thought it was the most amazing thing. He had mentioned that on his way home from work he stopped somewhere and purchased something for his artifact collection. While returning home, he noticed that he had extra cash in his wallet. After thinking things through, he came to the conclusion that the guy at the stand gave him too much money back. Unlike the average citizen, instead of keeping the money and considering it good luck, Mr. Baum returned the next day and gave the man his money back. As I said before, this is a simple story, but inspired me to want to be a better person. If you were to ask my mother, I have probably told her this story a bunch of times. I hope that when I’m an adult, I remember these simple things and reflect on them. The fact that someone would dedicate their life to building a new society and helping hundreds of students slowly progress on their learning ability makes them a wonderful role model. I just wanted to take the time and thank him for going the extra mile. I have always been very shy and never really told him “Good job.” But this is me, saying Goodbye, as I prepare myself to head off to High School. Hopefully, you continue to inspire and motivate your students every day. Farewell. Thank you, Mr. Baum
  • Overall, I think it's a very well-written essay, but I would like to point out a few weak points. I apologize for being nitpicky. It is generally unacceptable to use second person pronouns in formal writing, and you used "you" twice, once in the first paragraph and once in the fourth paragraph. I read in Elements of Style by William Strunk and E.B. White that using words such as "there" and "thing" is not very strong writing. I don't completely agree, but you might consider that as well. This is really nitpicky, but don't capitalize social studies, math, and algebra. I know it makes sense to capitalize them, but since they aren't technically proper nouns they should not be capitalized. Also, middle school and high school shouldn't be capitalized since they aren't mentioning the specific school name. Don't capitalize "good job" and "goodbye" either. You might want to think about rewording "One quote that Mr. Baum had always mentioned was 'substitute the variable.' " You could say, " Mr. Baum liked to tell us to 'substitute the variable,' " or something like that. Lastly, and this is probably just a typo, put a period at the end of that last sentence.
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