I have been missing in here the past few days because I was so swamped with my assignments. I had two presentations today and they were just over around an hour ago. I am so glad to have gotten them out of the way, but I was so stressed out before the first presentation because all the presenters before me were doing so well! Thank goodness I got it out of the way and my tutor was quite pleased with my how to buy propecia online performance (I had to teach dividing a fraction with a whole number and that’s one of the most difficult topics in Maths. It might look easy, but it is absolutely not. Plus we are supposed to show how the formula comes about and not just shove it down the kids’ throat, like some of my teachers had done before).
Did I mention that I used to have phobia of public speaking? It all started when I was supposed to be in this story-telling competition when I amoxil purchase Generic cialis 10 mg Levitra Professional Online Pharmacy was in Grade 3 in elementary school and during the practise session, I went up to the front of the class and just completely blanked out. So I stood there for the next few minutes, feeling like a fool because everyone was looking at me and expecting me to say something.
From then on, I have feared taking the centre stage. But the ironic thing is when I went to a fortune-telling session about a week ago, the fortune teller told me that I belong on stage and will thrive when I have a large cytotec induction audience listening to me. Hmm.
You might ask: If you are so afraid of public speaking, why do you choose to be a teacher then? That’s like choosing a lifetime of speaking in front of 30 to 40 pair of eyes.
I believe that my passion for imparting knowledge is stronger and isn’t the kamagra generic greatest cure for fear is to stare it back in its face?