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When we are little we want to be professional football players nurses cheerleader and etc For years I wanted to become a nurse for the simple fact that my aunt was a registered nurse However as I went some horrible years in grades school I learned that nursing was not my career choice I did decide that education was the career choice was the right for me I am pursuing a career path in middle grades education not only to learn and educate but to help middle school children with difficulties that they will go through in middle school Therefore from this I know that middle school teaching is the right career choice for me A middle school teacher is one of the best career choice to me in this world Being a middle school teacher means to work with children in the fifth through eighth grade When I was in the middle school I had the hardest time dealing with things I had to deal with rude comments in class by other students and bullying from other students I did not have any one at home to go to talk to about the things that were going on in school I also did not feel comfortable talking to my teacher about the things that were going on However on day my seventh grade teacher Mrs Norman held me after class and asked me was I okay I burst out in tears and told her everything that was going on in school but not at home She talked with me and gave me advice She also asked the other teacher to move me to another area in the class room from the kids who were bullying me Mrs Norman was like an inspiration to me to pursing becoming a teacher I decide to become a middle school teacher my eleventh grade year According to Destination teaching What is Middle Grades Education In the state
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