I want to spread my love of writing and I really enjoy reviewing and helping people improve. I'm a little uneasy about being a journalist because if I go in that direction, writing will no longer be my pass-time, but rather my job. I could end up loving it and never work a day in my life, but I don't know if I want to risk it.
If I'm a teacher, I get to help the next few generation develop a necessary skill and possibly open a few doors for them. Plus, when I was in school, all we did was essay writing. We never touched on creative writing and I feel like if even one of my teachers started teaching that, I would be a much better writer. I want to open doors to students that were never open to me and contribute a thing or two for the future. So, LA teacher sounds like a good fit.
You have the right to remain studious, anything you write can and will be graded and held against you.
A teacher? You had better be one of the cool ones that kill flies with a blow torch. . .
In all seriousness though, I would've had you pinned as a journalist, or author. What's caused you to want to be a teacher?
I'm in for four years on multiple charges of possession of textbooks and being a nerd. :V
I'm not exactly what my major is yet. The only thing I'm sure about is my AA in creative writing. I've narrowed it down to either journalist or LA teacher, and I'm leaning more towards the latter every day.
I'm just getting tired of all the assignments. It's just one after another and I'm getting ready to be done with it despite it being my freshman year. I kind of wish I took a year off, but I guess it's a little late for that now that I'm in my second quarter.