My definition of a good teacher would have to be one that’s good at teaching (Obviously), they have to be able to clearly explain the material they’re trying to teach. The teacher must be willing to help students that don’t understand the material first time around. If the teacher gets mad when you don’t understand something, that’s not going to help. A teacher must also want the best for their students; they must truly want their student to succeed. And last, but not least, just be kind. don’t be a jerk. One of things I’m going to miss about High school is my friends. We’re eventually going to have to split up after Highschool ends. Going to college, following our dreams, fulfilling our own destinies. We’re not going to stay together all the time. All my friends with their unique personalities are going to leave, and so am I. Of course, we’ll stay in contact. But not being able to physically talk to them isn’t going to be fun. One of my favorite memories of high school was the final exams for Spanish class. We had to do a group project for making a drama themed short film, all spoken in Spanish. We also had to make a script with required words from different Spanish subjects throughout the year. All you need to know is that we made a silly plot for the film. We tried to make it as dramatic as possible, and we had a lot of fun making the film. Plus, we got an “A” on the project, so that was pretty cool. A funny story that happened in high school, it was the last day of school and I was on my phone playing a game waiting for school to get out. I’m playing this game where you’re driving this car away from a horde of police cars. My friends start to huddle around me to see what I’m playing because the game is so busted. The police cars will just drive into you at their terminal velocity, sending you and them flying. They’ll completely disregard human lives, including the players, their fellow police cars, and civilians that line the streets. They’ll cause all this collateral damage just to get to you. I don’t know. The game was just fun to watch and play with how janky it all was.
Would you work for the high school you will graduate from?
Absolutely not. I like the school as a student. But if I was a teacher, it would be a pain. Plus, I’d be a terrible teacher. I would tell the class to settle down and be quiet 3 times, and if they aren’t quiet after that, someone’s getting knocked into silence. I just don’t have the tolerance, nor patience to deal with kids, let alone teenagers.