Dr. J appreciation Essay

Dr J appreciation - Sauer 1 Cory Sauer 19 January 2009 Patricia Ann Barney Memorial Scholarship A Burning Passion to Teach Having completed a full

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Sauer 1 Cory Sauer 19 January 2009 Patricia Ann Barney Memorial Scholarship A Burning Passion to Teach Having completed a full thirteen years of schooling at the Winneconne Community School District, I have seen my share of teachers. Every single one of my teachers has made more than a significant impact on my life, but when I was asked to write an essay about the one who made the biggest impact, I really had no doubt in my mind about whom I would be writing. Many of the teachers I have had throughout thirteen years have shown a tremendous passion for teaching students in the subject they teach. None of these teachers, however, comes anywhere close to the passion expressed by my eleventh grade World History teacher, Dr. Patrick “Jake” Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs, “Dr. J” as he often prefers to be called, has shown me the true meaning of being passionate about one’s career. Every day that I have his class, I see his eyes light up at even the most remote mention of history; he is simply crazy about the subject.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course SOC 4523 taught by Professor Jacobs during the Spring '10 term at Wisc Eau Claire.

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Dr J appreciation - Sauer 1 Cory Sauer 19 January 2009 Patricia Ann Barney Memorial Scholarship A Burning Passion to Teach Having completed a full

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