I Want To Be A Teacher Essay

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Throughout my life I could never figure out what i wanted to be when I grew up. I changed my mind so many times because there are so many good opprotunities in the world that i can choose from. I was stuck on three options. Either to become a teacher, police officer, or a nurse. The silly thing is each of them change everytime I bumped up a new chapter in grade school. It 's so many funny stories that come along with when i change my mind with each of the choices I was desciding on. Being a teacher came about when I was in elementry school. When I got into elementry school, I loved all of my teachers. I always thought to myself, " what would it be like if i was a teacher". I always would say that I would be the nicest teacher in the world. My favorite thing to do in school was to read. Having books in school was my favorite thing because I enjoyed learning new stories. Every chance I got I wanted to go to the library and get a…show more content…
I didnt know what i wanted to do anymore. Then I had a visit at the doctor 's office. It seemed so neat if I became a nurse.What made me really want to be a nurse is that so many people in my city are CNAs, I wanted to become something bigger than that. Wearing the nurse uniform would help me take pride in helping save lives. I just know I would be the sweetest nurse in the city. I wanted to the the kind of nurse that is in delivery when women have their babies. It would be nice to take part into something so beautiful. Be aside a doctor who is bring a new life into this world. I didnt really want to be be a doctor because how long it takes. Being a nurse only took two years. It convinced me right away. I was seriously into that. I still am. I started reaching that goal even more once I got encouraged to fo Penn foster. My opprotunities were slipping away and I finally made my mind up on what i want to be. A nurse, that way I can help be in charge, save lives, and teach others all in

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