During this winter vacation I had the opportunity to read the book “Gone with the Wind.” It is a great novel written by American author Margaret Michell in the 1930s. It’s a story about southern living in the US during the Civil War. The story depicts the raise and fall of several wealthy families who owned plantations and slavers in Georgia, their love affairs and their pride as the well-to-do southerners. I especially like Scarlett O’Hara, who was a strong-willed southern woman. She was brought up in a rich family who owned many slaves and a large plantation. However, as the Yankee army from the Union marching down the South, the southerners lost their cause. O’Hara’s plantation was eventually destroyed by the war. But as a strong woman, she refused to go hungry. I was especially touched by the words she said in the final chapter of the book, with great hope, “tomorrow is another day.”
I was sure to be left deep impression by the film "The Ron Clark Story". That's just what a good teacher should be like. From it, we can get something like follows.
Everyone is born with his or her kindness. That maybe the main reason for Mr. Clark's student's changing their minds. Together with Mr. Clark's creation and his encouragements to his students, he gets to be successful.
Mr. Clark knows clearly that the children are all very kind in their heart bottoms. Then he tries to use his true love and expectations for them t make them moved. We all know that one's habits or minds are quite difficult to change. Although during it Mr. Clark also feels depressed, things get to be better after his perseverance.
Then, Mr. Clark hasn't been limited in the traditional way of teaching. He combines the history events with rap, which was so popular in the children. And the effect is so obvious. The children can remember them easily.
Besides, the children get to be more confident because of his encouragement. Once one has been confident, his or her potential ability comes out easily. Then they are sure to do a good job. That's just what they do in their exam.
In my point of view, Mr. Clark's true love, perseverance, creation and encouragements bring him his success. And it seems that sure of them are true of many other thins.