I still remember my primary school teacher, her sweet, authoritative style and her fundamental teachings. I owe to her my starting reading books very early, though coming from a humble family and from a house with very few books inside. She gave me my first two novels, when I was 7 or 8, Little Women and Cuore, thus giving start to a never-ending passion for literature.
A few years later, I started loving everything British when an extravagant, cheerful, colourful teacher of English entered my classroom. I was 12 then, and I became curious, eager to learn that language so foreign to me and to discover more and more about Britain, which I would only visit at 21 for the first time, but which I started dreaming of since our first lesson together.
I am what I am, I mean, a teacher of English in love with everything British and very fond of books thanks to them both. I think today is the right day to thank and remember them both since October 5th is World Teachers' Day! What about celebrating it together?
Have a look at these infographic by Grammarly and start thinking how you could celebrate this very special day!
What can you do?
What about thanking a teacher who made a difference in your life? Whether you’re still in school or you haven’t set foot in a classroom in years, World Teachers’ Day is the perfect time for all of us to tell our teachers that their work paid off.
A second things we all may do today is to consider donating to a nonprofit organization that supports educators, such as Teachers Without Borders. Do you know any other nonprofit organization that supports educators? Please, tell us about them in your comments.
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