Essay on My Favourite Teacher
Writing an essay about “my favourite teacher” makes me uneasy. I could be crazy, or I could be lucky. But I liked almost all of my teachers. If I chose one as my “favourite,” it would appear that I was not loyal to the others. Still, Mr. Aslam stands out as the most memorable of my teachers. To put it simply, he is a great resource for teaching us English.
Mr. Aslam is most likely 40 years old. He is tall, slim, and well-educated. He has high ideals and lives simply. He always dresses simply, but he always appears dignified, attractive, and serious. His manners are excellent, and everyone admires them. He is also capable of teaching Urdu. He holds both an M.A. and an M.Ed. In both English and Urdu, he holds a master’s degree or higher. He is gentle, polite, and quiet, but he is tough on discipline. But he will never agree to hit someone. I’ve never seen him publicly reprimand or physically punish a student. He appears to have a magical influence on all of us. As a result, there has never been a serious issue with class behaviour.
He was destined to be a teacher. His mother was a schoolteacher in Aligarh before the partition, and his father was a lecturer. He is fluent in both English and Urdu. He is well-versed in the English language and literature. He speaks flawlessly, correctly, and clearly. I consider myself fortunate to be one of his students, as do the others. He treats us as if we were his own sons. He is very concerned with resolving our personal and academic issues.
Taking poetry lessons from him is a lot of fun because of his singing and sweet voice. He has many poems and wise sayings written down to help him remember them. He makes good use of them to make teaching and learning more effective and memorable. He is responsible and serious, but he also has a good sense of humour. He enjoys witty and appropriate humour. His talks are educational, entertaining, and filled with literary references and stories. Many teachers are envious of his popularity among students.
He is also the primary organiser of the college song and drama club at my school. He also prepares students for English speech and debate competitions. After being taught by him, many of his students have won prizes and trophies in these types of competitions. He has received a national award for his excellent teaching and results. He is beneficial to the college and its students.
We once went to see Jahangir’s tomb. We were astounded by how much he knew about Jahangir’s tomb and how accurate he was. He went into great detail about several aspects of the monument. Only because of him did the trip become so memorable. His broad general knowledge demonstrates how much he has read, thought about, and loved books. His only pastime is reading. He has a valuable home as well as a personal library that includes books in both Urdu and English. It has the best features. There are also books on other subjects. He assists us in selecting the appropriate books and makes us want to spend some of our pocket money on good books. Last year, we went to the World Book Fair with him. It became something worth remembering.
He is liked by all of the students. He is deeply concerned about his students’ progress. He is always available to offer advice, assist, or discuss personal issues. I believe that teachers are the ones who build a country because I wish there were more teachers like him and his school advice. Mr. Aslam has had the greatest influence on me and many other students.