I Have Chosen to Become a Teacher Essay

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Why I Have Chosen to Become a Teacher

Happiness is not about being filthy rich, or by how many designer clothes I can wear, happiness is about making a difference in the lives of the future. It will be such an awarding experience to go daily to a place of work and feel as though I truly belong.

Many people do not realize that if it weren’t for teachers, we would not have doctors, lawyers, and many professions that greatly depend on the guidance of their teachers to enrich their lives. A semantic memory process is provided only in school, that will follow students throughout their lives.

Each year, as a new group of students enter my classroom, I will encourage them to be expressive of their imaginations in their favorite
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By doing this, it will help the students pass the Scholastic Aptitude Teats (SAT), giving them a better chance to move toward a college education or another vocation of their choice.

The methods of learning that I will use in my classroom will be direct teaching and cooperative learning. With direct teaching, I will remain the focus and authority of the classroom, focusing on the students core subjects, also providing to the students a major sense of belonging to the class. Also, in direct teaching, repetition seems to be a big factor in teaching students many ways to remember their lessons.

When I, as a teacher, want to bring out the creative side of a student, cooperative learning will contribute to their learning capabilities. Many times, when students are placed in groups, the interaction between them is very positive. Whenever the students are placed in groups, I will try to mix them up, always changing them around. I will place students together that may not have chosen one another to interact with. This method will provide an important way to teach students that we live in a society where we can learn together.

I know that not all students are “model” students. Many are brought up in a broken home, or there may be a problem that may cause a student to have disruptions in their way of thinking. I

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