I Have Always Admired The Act Of Teaching

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I have always admired the act of teaching. Even when I was in kindergarten the teacher would send letters home to my parents explaining that I would constantly attempt to take over the classroom. As I got older my habits only grew worse but always in a good way. In high school I would jump out of my seat every time a classmate would ask for help. It is an indescribable feeling to be able to use all of the information and knowledge I have gained through all of my hard work and to use it towards helping another person gain that knowledge and to watch them become more intelligent and more confident knowing that I was the one who guided them. I landed into a sociology course my last year of high school and I was blown away. It was a course like no other with constant classroom discussions about different people, different places and different lifestyles all thrown into one big pot. It reminded me of an episode of chopped on the food network where contestants would be given a basket of different foods from different cultures with the objective to create a delicious meal using each ingredient. At the start, no one could ever imagine these ingredients coming together to make a successful meal, yet it was done each time with each ingredient playing their own special role. Similar to such acts, I was blown away by the fact that this one subject was able to transform me into a believer of all things. I learned how to not judge a book by its cover, I learned that being different was…
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