Narrative Essay On My Educational Journey

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Desiree Ramirez Professor Buchanan English 73X 7 February 2016 My Educational Journey Throughout my life I have seen myself as having a growth mindset, facing all the good and bad challenges school has had to offer throughout the years. Sometimes as a student, I wondered if school really mattered. How does paper work, working out, and eating have anything to do what we want to be in life were all learning the same thing? Almost every kid in America is going to school. What makes me so different? The questions always appeared in my mind, why am I not out there, why am I so stuck in my world. School had brought life out of me. My questionable journey started to look up once I entered high school. I became more optimistic, I had more hope for …show more content…
It all came at me at once soaking into my body it began to feel overwhelming. I knew no one I had hardly any friends to call mine. It came to me this was a good experience, I had joined avid made friends instantly. What made the experience wonderful was my avid instructor Mrs. Ross She was a wandering woman, she had no sense of organization but her heart was full of love. She had brought me out of my black shell and opened a new world for me. She was similar to Jack MacFarland inn “I Just Wanna Be Average”. MacFarland and Mrs. Ross both taught in a colorful way no matter what the subject was. It wasn’t just words on the board, they both inspired in a luxurious way, a way that keeps us coming back for more. According to Mike Rose “The man immersed us in language” (5). In other words, Rose is saying he is absorbed in learning. That is also how I felt. I found out I enjoyed writing not so much reading. I had so much dedication, I felt very strongly towards it. The ability of never ending pages, the sources to help you write were unimaginable I had no limit. At first everything was so confusing and I couldn 't understand how to start a …show more content…
Every year it gave me a new purpose and along with it my writing skills developed. In the college fear factor, it resembled how I used to feel about school. The scary thought about not feeling good enough. Wanting to quit a class because it sounded too complicated. The story was similar to my life a long time ago. According to Carlos, “His fears had initially paralyzed him, making his coursework more difficult” (29). In other words, he was scared in a way that made schooling impossible to him. In life, I faced many challenges with school and giving up and dropping out was one, but then I remembered who I was and the only way to succeed is to try. Over all, education has helped me become the student I am today. Attending Porterville College I had to start being more realistic, seeing everything for what it really is. To be more independent. College is a huge different from high school in many ways. For example, you can’t depend on anyone, the classes you fail only effect you. Throughout my schooling, I really learned no matter what the situation is good or bad or what type of mindset you have you need to have faith and believe any obstacle can be

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