Just because you’re teaching some screaming and ungrateful kids right now doesn’t mean that in a year or two you’ll not be doing something completely different. And what that is just might surprise you.
Take me. Right now I’m running for the Montana House of Representatives. What’s that? Well, in America there are 50 states, right?
Each of those states has its own legislature. A legislature is a body of people (in this case 150) that make the laws for that state.
In Montana we have two branches to that legislature – the Senate (50 people) and the House of Representatives (100 people).
If you’d like to read more about this, check out my 2014 Montana Election Blog.
So what does this have to do with teaching ESL? Nothing.
I just thought I’d let you know that you can do anything. Yeah, you tell that to your students a lot, but who tells it to you?
Good luck, and remember, you won’t be teaching ESL forever!