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Can you please reword this letter to a former English teacher?
See if this condensed version suits your needs:
I believe it was during my sophomore year at Weslaco High School, when I had surgery and missed a few weeks of school. During the last period you were already out for the day; I remember very clearly that I would meet with you at this time, and you would tutor me in English. I want to express my sincere gratitude for all the efforts you took in helping me complete the work in which I had fallen behind. And, although I was not able to complete my college education because of certain circumstances, English/Language Arts became my favorite subject; I feel I owe this all to you. And so, I always look forward to helping my own children in this homework subject. It has also become the subject in which I like to help the students in the school where I work as a paraprofessional.
- You might want to reiterate your thanks again at the end- something like: "Again, I wish to express my appreciation, and heartfelt thanks for your dedication and selfless giving of your valuable time to help a student."
It's great that your are letting your teacher know how she has influenced you, even 25 years ago!
Special education teacher needs help!!! Please!!!?
When you run into such problems, always remember the reason why you decided to become a teacher. Teaching the kids must be your first priority, and the appreciation will come at the right time. You need to consider the fact that you are teaching in a school that lacks structure. And you won't have the power to fix everything overnight. So why don't you just focus your energy on helping the kids that need you. Office gossiping and staff talking about others is part of real world. It happens everywhere and you can't eradicate it unless you get promoted to the level of a principal. Give these people a middle finger and enjoy your time with the kids. If they don't have anything to do with their lives, it is up to you to make the right decision. Stay enthusiastic and maintain a positive spirit. You don't have to change all the kids. Any incremental deference you make per day is what matters the most. The stress will vanish some time soon I promise. And remember that if you are not frustrated, then you are not teaching :) Good luck and I hope this helps!