Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the students about their favourite teacher.
Activity two (2): To guide the pupils in writing a detailed composition about the topic, write and explain the following guidelines on the board.
Activity four (4): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.
Paragraph one (1): Write about what number of teachers in your school, the name of one that is your favourite and the teacher’s personality.
Paragraph two (2): Write about the subject your favourite teacher teaches and how good e/she is at it.
Paragraph three (3): write about his/her relationship with colleagues.
COMPOSITION: A Favourite Teacher
There are many teachers in my school. Each of them teaches different subjects. The truth is that all my teachers are good, there is one teacher whom I love and admire the most. His name is Mr. Peter. He is the most excellent, brilliant, disciplined and self-cultivated teacher I have ever come across. He possesses all the qualities a good teacher should possess. Indeed, he is an ideal teacher!
Mr. Peter is a mathematics Teacher. He loves the subject and has an in-depth knowledge of it too. He uses simple methods and explains every topic clearly. His methods of teaching are good and perfect. Although his subject is math’s. Mr. Peter has a sound knowledge of other subjects also.
Mr. Peter relates well with the pupils. They love him and he loves them too. They often called him the best Teacher. He combines kindness and strictness when dealing with students. He encourages pupils to be serious at their studies and not while away time.
He is also very popular and courteous to his colleagues and the head teacher of the school. He always remains calm even when under pressure. He is a great teacher and I would like to be like him.
Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example and pay attention.
Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write a detailed composition about your favourite teacher.