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Learning Through Life 

1. Junior year of high school was probably the hardest year of my life, so far. Personally, I had a lot of problems to deal with. Fighting with the disease of anorexia was a challenge all in its own, but on top of that I was very depressed and stressed out with all the activities I pursued. With all of this, my school work was more challenging than it had ever been for me, but with my perfectionist attitude I was determined to get the same great grade I always had. If I wasn’t training for basketball or track, or at a student council function, I was studying like a mad woman. Looking back on that school year, I still cringe thinking of how unhappy I was. But also as I look back on that year, I think of one great teacher that inspired, challenged, and supported me like a best friend or even a parent.

Mr. Lemon was known in my school to be a great teacher, although his math classes were the hardest. Junior year, I took his honors pre calculus class, which turned out to be the first math class that challenged me. Math had always been a strong subject of mine, but I had never had to work very hard, until his class. 

The first test I got a 77, and was quite upset. I knew how to do every homework problem. But you not only had to know how to do the homework, you had to really think about the problems on the test. I wasn’t used to this. I was so used to learning information and taking it in just to spit back out on a test. I realized that this class wasn’t going to be like this. After handing back that first test, Mr. Lemon asked me after class if I had a few minutes after school to see him. I agreed with my face glowing red. I knew that a lot of kids had lower grades than I did, I didn’t quite understand why he wanted to see me. 

I went to his room after school that day and he greeted me with a great smile. I relaxed a little. He told me that he knew I would be upset with my grade. He had known that I was one of the top students in my class, and wanted to talk to me about the test. “In comparison to the rest of the class, you did alright. But I know your not happy with that,” he said. He was right. I didn’t care what everyone else did. This was not good enough, I thought. But he also told me that I had to accept that this class was going to be more challenging than other classes I had taken. “You can’t expect to be great at every thing; you can only do your best.” I smiled at him, not realizing at that time that those words would stay with me forever, as the best advice anyone had given me. 

From that day on I was never hesitant to stop by after school to get help from Mr. Lemon. If I ever had a question I knew he would be there to great me with a smile, and after he would send me off saying “I’m always more than happy to help a student, especially anyone who truly wants to learn.” Soon it became routine to stop by Mr. Lemon’s room aft论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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