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The article Teaching strictly by the books by Brian Kellow found in the Globe and Mail describes how a strict and very demanding English teacher was able to inspire his students to have a great appreciation for literature Through his accounts of grade 13 English class the author helps us to realize what an important impact inspiring young minds has on the rest of their lives The narrator describes his English teacher as a black-robed dark and rail thin Basilian with eyes that burned with the passion of a Redemptorist We are shown the manner in which his inspirational teacher taught the classics in an inviting and mesmerizing manner The narrator describes how taken he became with the study of such classics as Hamlet and Wuthering Heights The end result of this school year is depicted with the narrator beginning his first teaching assignment following in the footsteps of his mentor as a devoted English teacher This particular article proves the saying Imitation is the best kind of flattery to be true The manner in which we are brought up and educated greatly shapes our future and the sort of individuals we develop into In everyones lifetime they come across a teacher or another person who inspires them greatly and helps to shape their minds and spirits This example of a student following in the footsteps of a greatly respected teacher he once had shows us that one persons passion is able to make all the difference if at least in one other persons life Recounting the events of his classroom he shows us that while something great is taking place we might not necessarily realize it until some later point in our life We might dread attending a certain class but in our future we come to realize what it was all for In conclusion this particular article by Brian Kellow helps us to realize what an important impact inspiring young
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