I hope your day was good. I don't even know who you really are and odds are, I am never really going to know if your day went by good or bad. If I am never going to have a real chance of knowing how your day went then I would just have to settle on crossing my fingers in hopes that you had a good day.
I think one day I might possibly become a teacher. Of course I want to be good at my profession. I can picture teachers, specifically new teachers feeling very terrible and lousy when they put in tons of effort into helping their students and the end result is that the students fail. I felt lousy today when the people in my reading group that I was in charged of failed to answer the majority of the teacher's questions. After each long paragraph that my group and I read, I would summarize and point out the main ideas and importances of those paragraphs to my group. I even changed tones to stress upon the main ideas and important traits of the book characters. I earnestly wanted to help my group understand the book's beginning. I was frustated when a classmate did not pay attention and did not reconize how much I wanted to help her understand the book. I felt incompetent at grasping her attention. Reading is my strongest subject and if I can't teach someone to understand what they just read then how I am suppose to teach any other subject.