Glanz says that students like describe their describe their teachers as "drips, bores, and numerous varieties of idiots." write a description of one of your high school teachers or college instructors who either does or does not fit that description. show, in your essay, that your teacher or instructor was weak, boring, and just the opposite (dynamic, creative, and bright). in either case, your focus should be on providing specific details that enable your readers to see for themselves that your thesis is valid.
in one of my health classes, the teacher was the most helpful i’ve ever had, yes, teachers are supposed to be helpful but he was the best at it. He always pushed us to be better people and to better understand the world. This teacher was bright and creative, and he always came up with new things to support us to keep going. I’ve had good teachers before but he topped all of them, and i appreciate how hard he tried to keep us focused.
not sure if that answered your question but if you want to write it differently i think you should keep the topic the same throughout and convince people reading why you believe your teacher was good/bad :)
- "a nonrestrictive clause functions as a modifier to a noun (that is an object, person or concept). these clauses can be described by the following three options: it is set off by comas, it contains a subject and a verbs and it adds nonessential information to the sentence.
for example, in "here is bill gates, who confounded microsoft software company" we can identify "who confounded microsoft software company" as a nonrestrictive clause modifying the noun bill gates. this clause can be describes as a nonrestrictive clause because it is separated by a comma, it adds nonessential information to identify who bill gates is and it must contain both a subject (who) and a verb (confounded)."