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In high school I had a very eccentric, British, social studies teacher that traveled the world every chance he got. He owned a vast collection of slides that he had taken everywhere he went. Every class consisted of a lecture about one of his adventures accompanied by a fabulous slide show!

When I see the cartoon character Nigel Thornberry I am very much reminded of him.

Except that my teacher also had very large and puffy sideburns.   LOL

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I had a teacher from America and he was our main teacher one year plus our English teacher. He had lived in Sweden several years but he had a strong American accent. And the English lessons were funnier with him.
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My 6th grade teacher, Mr. Williams. He lived down the street from me and had a huge telescope on his roof (it was a flat roof). He would have a bunch of us over occasionally to gaze at the stars and planets. He's the reason that I've always had a great interest in outer space.
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Liked my p.e. Teacher because I loved gym time....
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I had quite a few good teachers and have very few complaints but my favourite was undoubtedly Miss Lawson. I was only 7 and I think she was my first love affair. I can still remember some of the stories she told us in class.
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Probably my 8th grade teacher a.k.a. the teacher I have now. I have him for photography too. He's just very intelligent and passionate about teaching and I've had long interesting conversations with him before. I'm thinking I might want to be a teacher some day and if I did, I'd model my style after him.

My 4th grade teacher was also really good; she was just really free and taught in an unusual but interesting way and I still remember it now years later so obviously she made an impact on me.
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My 8th Grade teacher.

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My photography teacher in 10th and 11th grade. He teached me to use a 'camera obscura' and since then, I've been interested in photography. Back then, there were no digital cameras, only film

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