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My Hero


post written by Mrs. Renzulli in 2012

Who is your hero? Everyone has a hero in their life or someone who has made a huge impact. As we are reading Lou Gehrig we will discover that he was a hero to his fans and has given those fans a way to enjoy baseball. As you finish your reading, I want you to think about who that special hero has been for you. There are many heroes who have encountered our lives, so it is O.K if you focus just on one.  Please look at the following example of some of my heroes who have made a difference in my life. Remember to have fun with this!


“My Heroes”

My special hero who has impacted my life in many ways was my grandmother. She was a teacher, and because of this I was able to see her in action working with her students. It was amazing to see such learning occur in her classroom. I had the chance to hang out with her for the day. In that time I was fascinated to learn new and interesting things.  She has played a huge role in my education and has given me hope when all else seemed to look grim for me.

Another special hero who has impacted my life was my sixth grade teacher Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Ross always had a way with words and her tone was always a peaceful tone that always seemed to reasure me that everything would be O.K. She was one of the reasons why I chose to be a teacher. I knew that this was what I wanted to become.

It was these special heroes in my life that helped shape and mold me to become the person who I am today and I am grateful for that. I know that my life will be filled with other individuals who will continue to help me grow and change.

Thank you to my special heroes for the memories, the belief, and the passion you have shown me.

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