Shallow as it sounds, I first wanted to be a French teacher like Sally because she was cute and perky and had a great wardrobe. Now I’ve been teaching French for over 25 years and I can see how remarkable her gift for teaching is. She is creative and hard-working, demanding and caring, and she has a little bit of rebel in her. She made class exciting, fascinating, fun, challenging. And when I learned in college and through experience what makes an excellent teacher, I was finally able to see that I had had one of the best. Merci, Madame Cullen!
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