1. What kinds of teachers do you like best?
My favorite kind of teacher is someone who is helpful, quite firmed and has high expectations for students, especially if he/she teaches the subject I love. That kind of teachers always have admirable passion for their job which motivates me to work harder in order to impress them.
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To have high expectations for SO (v) to strongly believe that someone will or should achieve something
2. Who was your favorite teacher when you were young?
Definitely my Literature teachers in my high school. The first reason is because Literature is my favorite subject that I believed my knowledge and efforts could impress the teachers. Secondly, my Literature teachers tended to have a soft voice and inspiring teaching style that got me excited whenever the class began.
3. Would you want to be a teacher in the future?
I think I would, but I want to become a lecturer instead. Although teaching has always been my dream job since I was a kid, my specialization is not pedagogy, which makes it difficult for me to teach at schools.
Specialization (n) The process of concentrating on and becoming expert in a particular subject or skill
Pedagogy (n) The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept
4. Have you ever had bad teachers before?
Luckily I haven’t met such an evil teacher. I think as long as you’re hard-working and you do all the homework, learn the lessons well enough and don’t break any school’s regulations, your name shall not appear on the teachers’ blacklist.
Blacklist (n) A list of people or groups regarded as unacceptable or untrustworthy and often marked down for punishment or exclusion