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PostSubject: Our Teachers   Fri Apr 02, 2010 5:06 am

[b][img]/_.gif[/img] [url=][color:da8d=#000000]Mr. Farid Taraboulsi[/color][/url][/b]

[img][/img] by [url=][color:da8d=#000000]Marah[/color][/url] on Mon 23 Mar 2009 - 23:17

[color:da8d=red]Mr.Farid Traboulsi[/color]

Extraordinary people usually accomplish things that astonish the others. They work really hard to reach the top of their dream and later it comes true. However,everyone can figure out a moral from an experience they lived and it will be able to help him during a problem or challenge. In fact,each community whatever it's small should has extaordinary people that we can find surrounding our life. So on the stength of this idea AL- [color:da8d=green]Gassania School[/color] is full of several special teachers.And as students our task is how to respect these teachers especially the old ones after a long way they have passed. But how can we do it? [color:da8d=orange]Mr. Aaref Hias[/color] had encourged us to make interviews in order to write a little summary about teachers' experiences in the school.

For me, [color:da8d=red]Mr.Farid Traboulsi [/color]is the teacher whom I met. He was more helpful than what I expected. He is now the physics teacher of the twelveth grade at school. He studied physics at Damascus University and he hasn't needed anything else, it's the favourite for him. Then, he graduated from college with a high degree in 1975. As soon, he went back to his home city "Hims". Although he has taught for 32 years in our school,but he has never thought of giving up or getting bored of being a teacher.
"Each year has its own students and I teach then as if I did for the first time" he said. Unfortunately he sees in the old pupils much intelligence and creativity than today, that's why they depended on their own at first but now many tutors are helping them be good for this fated certificate.Physics is a major scientific subject in his point of view but he said "it needs memorizing at the same time and surely in addition to understanding, too" .
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