In the early morning of Teacher's Day, the autumn wind is blowing, which is somewhat cool. Walking alone on the mountain path, I was thinking hard: Today is Teacher's Day, what surprises should I give to teachers?
Walking along, I saw the colorful wild chrysanthemums on the hillside. An idea came to mind. I went to the hillside, carefully selected a few wild chrysanthemums, ready to give it to Mr. Zhang. Ah! The crystal dew lay on the petals like dazzling pearls.
As I walked towards the school, I looked at the beautiful wild chrysanthemum as if I saw the kind and amiable Mr. Zhang...
Mr. Zhang is our head teacher. Not only did she excel in class, but she was so kind to each of our students, just like her own children. She always takes care of us meticulously, educates us diligently, teaches us knowledge and the truth of life.
I remember one time in Chinese class, a classmate did not answer the question because of nervousness, and felt that he was too stupid. However, Mr. Zhang did not blame him, but encouraged him to think carefully and not to be nervous with affectionate words. As a result, the student, encouraged by the teacher, quickly answered the question. The students all said that the teacher's words were deep encouragement.
One day, two classmates quarreled because of the contradiction between them. When the teacher knows it, he calls them to the office and does not criticize them. Instead, he tells them to respect each other in kind words and not to quarrel over trifles. Later, the friendship between the two students became deeper. The students said that the teacher's words were a kind reminder.
At that moment, a burst of laughter interrupted my thoughts, and I walked quickly to the office and poked my head through the window. But there was nobody in the office. I thought: Mr. Zhang must have gone to check the students'homework again. How dedicated Mr. Zhang is!
Next to the window of the office is Mr. Zhang's desk. There is a calendar in the upper left corner of the desk. It just flips over to September 10. In the upper right corner are the globe, ink and penholders filled with stationery. m.zuowenla.cn There are also Chinese books and a pair of old glasses accompanying Mr. Zhang for many years on the desk.
I quietly inserted a bunch of wild chrysanthemums into the penholder, and the other bunch on the desk. May this beautiful bouquet of flowers give Mr. Zhang a surprise on Teacher's Day...