Personal Statement: Why I Want To Be A Teacher

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I grew up wanting to be the boss even though I was shy and had a little speech problem. I first wanted to be a teacher because my mother was a teacher back in my country. My family later on opened a school and my mother became the principal and I wanted to teach so badly, but I was just a little child. I wanted to be like my mom. I wanted to open my own school. I hated going to school even thought it was religious and I hated my teacher. I did not like the teaching method of my country and school system. I hated all of it. I grew up wanting to be all sort of thing that will give me freedom and not work with people. Things change, but one of the reason I did decide to become a teacher, is if I ever go back in my country, I want
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I have been tutoring my two brothers and I have seen how my technique in learning works. I have help in the math subject and reading subject. One of them is placed in gifted program for his ability in math and with the advanced of technology, It was possible to gain the information that I needed to teach a 2nd grade. It was when I start teaching my little brother how to read big words for his next school year that I thought about teaching 2nd graders.

I still think it is a crazy idea, but I am not considering myself to teach a public school. One thing I do not work best with is people putting me in a lot of pressure. The public school system have puts the teacher constrained by common core standards and test. I am more toward teaching in a private school although the payment issue is not better, but the government system have less power over the private schools. I want to be the one to be more involve in decision making for my students.

The smaller they are, the more creativity, imagination that can be used to help in a lesson plan. I want to help second graders get ready for their next year. Public school in America are not doing so well in advance education. I hope to teach 2nd graders in a public school. I really want to teach 3rd graders in a private school. That was by far the most memorial part of my childhood learning how to read big words, math tables, and facts about the
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I actually change a little, that one student that I have a long time not seeing,” ask me what is wrong with my voice”. I was being funny, loving and being interacting with the kids that I also gain patient knowing that all students learn differently and all student have different parents. Some kids never have their parents scream or yell at them. I think that hard things as a teacher is helping students understand the different voice tone. By that I mean “Is the teacher really serious”, is she kidding”, or “is she playing with me”. One of the strength I get is able to connect with them and get in their level of

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