This year the teacher that made a difference and had a positive impact in myself is Mr. Ayala (you), and no I am not just saying it so I can pull off an A for this class. This year has been the weirdest of weird years in my life. I have always wanted to do well in school and go to college, but I never saw myself really striving for it. This year I really tried to strive for these goals and though I did okay I know next year I will do better because of you. Before in the beginning of your class U. S.Order now
History I did not like the way you taught or even you, I remember always complaining to my sister and her husband about you and your belief of treating us like adults and no second chances. I told my sister that I would prove to you that your class was not hard for me and that I would not be one of those kids who complain about your class being to hard and drop out. And I hope that I have proved to you that I am not one of those kids. This year I have not only improved academically but I also learned and took with me good advice.
In every lecture of advice you gave the class, I took with me new morals, values, and wisdom that have helped me become a better person. I learned this year to turn in my work on time, do my best in class projects, study hard for test, and to accept things weather or not they are to my liking. One thing I will never forget from this class and from you is the saying you always ask us after every lecture you give us and that saying is “are you part of the problem or the solution? I hope that I’ll always try to be the solution.
The lecture you gave just this past Friday June 6, 2004, Joseph ask you that when you came here did you hope to make a difference in someone’s life. And you did. I thank you for many things for the knowledge you gave me of U. S. History, the guidance you gave me, new morality you set for me, giving me strength of mind, persistence to finish work even when I didn’t comprehend things, and to appreciate the things I have and to value them and make superior use of them.
The only thing I regret is not getting to know you. But I am thankful that I had got you as a teacher this year and you are one of my most desired teachers I have had the chance to have. I am truly grateful and I wish the best for you in life and when you’re teaching at carter high school that you receive the best from students over there. Thank you for everything.