LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||13/JAN/2008 9:24 PM|
|Assunto:||English Through English|
I think you are on the right tracks man, who knows in the future you start your own course with your own style?
Nice to know about you.
In fact teaching is a good way to make a living, but it takes somewhat a toll in the life of people that are really worried about delivering a good class and making real thinking citizens. It is a real challenge, I once did think in enter this field; but things changed in my life and I got advanced in rank at my job.
In fact I was so inclined to, that I firstly imagined myself into maths, or portuguese or English (you know, in northeast there was a total lack of professionals in these areas).
Indeed, for a long time I was a jack-of-all-trades; did menial jobs, farmed, "lumberjacked", did gardening and errands for a couple of oil Engineers, sold candies and candied apples, colected cashew nuts, worked with cotton, worked in a bakery (bread, rolls, buns and the likes, you know), retail, assistant of a bricklayer, made bricks, took care of goats/sheeps in a farm (and other animals); read letters and wrote for money (for illiterate people), sold beverages and delivered them, and a multitude of things more; all that informally.
Up to now, I have not been a teacher or cook (never got the hang of it; though I tried a bit) the latter I don´t achieved but if I am alone I manage cook the basic...beans, rice etc.
Thus, teacher could be a challenge...and I am always up to one challenge; but perhaps I could made a good cook, who knows?
Best regards, pals.
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