My friend Aziz is an art and French teacher in Sydelle’s school and after school, he’s a Futsal coach. I have been inspired by his dedication, enthusiasm, and passion for teaching. And he’s a teacher with a big heart too. Sydelle once told me that Aziz bought them paint and brushes so they could paint during art lesson instead of using the same old oil pastel. Aziz is also a person with many talents – Artist (Abstract Art), Photographer (BW)/Aikidoka.
Today, Aziz shared with me a short poem and said it’s okay for me to post. I think it’s simple, sweet, but deep.
How much is too much…
Is your love to me …
As the air we breathe…
It’s never free
– Aziz Gattoufi [13.06.18]
Physics Teacher: “Isaac Newton was sitting under a tree when an apple fell on his head and he discovered gravity. Isn’t that wonderful?”
Student: “Yes sir, if he had been sitting in class looking at books like us, he wouldn’t have discovered anything.”
A teacher asked her Year 1 students to write a sentence with the word “beans.”
John: “My father grows beans.“
Mary: “My mother cooks beans.”
Timmy: “We are all human beans.“
Teacher : “What is your name?”
New student: “Spider-man.”
Teacher: “No, I mean your real name.”
New student: “Oh, I’m sorry….it’s Peter Parker.”
A teacher asked her students to write a sentence
using the words ‘defeat, defense and detail‘.
Little Tommy wrote:
De feet of de dog went over de fence before de tail.
During our computer class, the teacher chastised one boy for talking to the girl sitting next to him.
Boy: “I was just asking her a question.”
Teacher: “If you have a question, ask me!”
Boy: “Okay. Do you want to go out with me Friday night?”
Teacher: “How many feet are there in a yard?”
Bobby: “It depends on how many people are in the yard.”