One of the few teachers who took their job seriously and actually taught, instead of wasting my time. i learned more in the class than all the other years of english combined
is,am,are,was,were,be,being,been: we'll never forget our to be verbs. . .oi
is, am, are, was, were, be, being, been, has, have, had, do, did, does, shall, should, can, could, will, would, may, might, must, ought
I recently visited Mr. Hostetler at Radnor and he said that he enjoyed his days at HHS much more. He was the finest teacher I've ever had, We love you Hos!
I can't believe he left. He prepared me for the better things I've moved onto in college. A fantastic teacher and a great guy.
Although Mr. Hos no longer teaches at Haverford, he will trully be missed. He belongs in a category of excellence for teachers.
we miss hos. way to leave us! who else will check our essays for "to be" verbs?!?
Although Hostetler demands the best of his students, he does so only to inspire them to reach their potential. He is one the finest teachers I have ever had.
Come on guys! I counted 7 banned words, what are you thinking! Although Mr. Hostetler left, his memory lives on because students at Haverford remember "to be."
Mr. Hos is a great teacher. His work is very difficult and requires a lot of effort and organization. I'm in college now, and I still remember my "to be" verbs!
This is truly a loss for Haverford. Mr. Hostetler is not teaching there and those who had him know they are well prepared.
You can tell he's good english teacher if one of his students uses 'although'.
Although Mr. Hostetler challenges students to produce their best work, he introduces the challenge in creative ways because he cares about his students.