Most Important Achievement In Life

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Going through my years of education I have learned numerous math equation, had countless spelling tests and analysis many of Shakespeare plays. While that is still important and useful in my life. I know that the most valuable things that I have been taught are through the building of my character. Kindergarten was a year of learning life skills. We had different achievements we had to get checked off by the end of the year. Some of the tasks were learning your home phone number, tying your shoes, learning the alphabet, counting to one hundred and losing a tooth. I was always so proud to put my sticker on the chart saying I completed a task. I have always been sad because I never got to put a sticker on losing my tooth due to the fact I never…show more content…
They decided to re-due my middle school, so we were put into a vacant elementary school. Half of the ninth grade classes were at another middle school about a half a mile away. This made us have around 30-minute classes…we learn nothing. I did have one teacher, Mrs. Sidesinger that made sure we still learned with the time given. She taught biology and even though I have no interest in that subject, she made it interesting. She was good at keeping the class controlled and respectful but also tons of fun. We got to dissect sharks and baby pigs, which also helped in making it fun. Along with this year, I started running cross country and track up at the high school. It was a good way for me to meet new people. I actually met my two best friends from high school during our countless practices and…show more content…
All of my classes were super simple, so I did not go to school. I mostly just wanted to get out of high school and the stupid social classes. I did have one class I always made sure to be in, AP Photo. The teacher was always giving us cool projects. He was also good at teaching the class and simplifying Photoshop. Most of all, he taught us to be kind to everyone, no matter what. Now I’m almost finished with my freshman year of college. I can’t believe how fast time goes by. When teachers talked about college in high school they made it seem horrible. I came to USU thinking that professors don’t care about you and that you won’t pass your classes. I have been proven wrong. It is different not becoming so close to professors, but I can still see they care. As you can see I barely remember what I learned each year. The curriculum seems to blend together year after year. What I do remember each year is how the teacher made me feel. If the teacher loved me, I wanted to exceed. Whereas if the teacher seemed to just tolerate me, I would stop trying. When deciding a future career it sounded fun to be a teacher because I love kids. I have recently decided it’s so much more than that. I want to teach kids and show them how important they are because they are. I want them to know they are
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