As a teenager, I am often asked what I am going to be in the future. A lawyer? A doctor? Or a scientist? No, my ideal career is to be a teacher. One of the
for that is I want to be a teacher like Mr. Chen.
“Look! Do you know what it is? A-ha, it’s the
! And it will always move around the sun.” Mr. Chen said and pointed to his head. He then touched the nose and
, “Can you tell me the name of this mountain? It is the highest mountain on Earth! What’s the
of it? Yes, it’s 8844.43 metres…” I’ll never forget my first geography lesson. He was
humorous that we all fell in love with his lessons
. It’s Mr. Chen who opened the door of geography for us.
Generally speaking, most of the teachers are strict
students and sometimes a little bit demanding（苛求的）, not so with Mr. Chen. He is a lighthouse, showing us the way to the treasure of knowledge. He is a friend and easy to get
with, always encouraging us to speak out loud without
our shyness and other disadvantages. He is an example, volunteering his time to students and other teachers.
One day I happened to meet him in the hospital. Seeing the cut on his arm, I realized he was donating his
. I was moved and was
another lesson, a lesson of love and devotion.
Every time I see my globe（地球仪）, it would
me of Mr. Chen. He is the most unforgettable teacher I have
met and he will always be. Someday I hope I am
to be a teacher like him.
Thank you, Mr Chen, thank you for making learning not a job but a joy.
Thank you for helping me to discover what I do best and to do it even
Thank you for understanding all of us and giving us the time and care each of us needs.