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21 September 2015

A note from a student. Semester 2 (2015) D&T

A note by a semester 2 (2015) D&T student:

'mr lim has thought us much valuable lessons fr our character development. firstly, he taught us to put in our best effort and focus in what ever we do. he was patient with us. if we dont understand his instructions and he would willingly repeat it to us in a more detailed manner. he thought us to take initiative to do our works and also make sure that we did it to the best of our ability.
secondly, he thought us to look at things in a different manner and step out of our comfort zone. we usually try to do things in the way we feel most comfortable at, but mr lim enabled us to be daring and try to do things in a different way. he thought us that, thr are many ways of doing things. overall, mr lim is a great teacher!
-(name taken out, class taken out)'

~ Thanks student. mrdanielsos ~

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