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History, Art or Spanish
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sex education
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The art of Male and Male love making ill even show a couple of movies for education purposes of course, or a Yaoi class give them the steps on how to fan girl correctly and where to find it, i can also see my self showing Art ,Cooking, and History .
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I used to be a Computer Engineering and Computer Science tutor when I was in college for our University's tutor center and I also tutored math from elementary to college level (Calculus 1 was the highest subject I tutored in but I took Calculus 1, 2, 3, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra).

Tutoring Computer Engineering and Computer Science was easy because that was my major I graduated with so when I was a Sophomore I would get people who needed help with Freshman level classes and the homework was the exact same as when I attended the class so I already knew exactly what needed done but it was fun teaching peers just a year or so younger than me how to program to accomplish a goal and not just to complete a homework assignment and forget it.

Obviously, I got people who rushed into the tutoring center during finals week to seek help not even knowing what an if-else statement was and I heard they ended up dropping out of the Computer Engineering and Computer Science major for an easier major, but I couldn't work miracles if students ignored everything the professor taught the entire semester there was no way for me to teach it to someone in a panic to learn it in just an hour or two.

So, if I were to be a teacher, I would probably be a Computer Science and Computer Engineering teacher or a Math teacher.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

History. Proper history.


Not the history found in text books?


Mainly High school text books yes
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Probably highschool/middle school art.
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paul25454 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

History. Proper history.


Not the history found in text books?


Mainly High school text books yes


How would you go about teaching such proper history? Meaning how would you find the real history not the text book history?
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qualeshia3 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


paul25454 wrote:

History. Proper history.


Not the history found in text books?


Mainly High school text books yes


How would you go about teaching such proper history? Meaning how would you find the real history not the text book history?


Smithsonian or library of congress. Not stuff that is selected by people who do not have a degree in education
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Oh alright.
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Same! Because I like to write and I love talking about stories and stuff. But also history, as long as it's not American, so world or European. Even Asian would be cool. But I could do algebra since I'm good at it, but I hate math
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Probably Math
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Same! Because I like to write and I love talking about stories and stuff. But also history, as long as it's not American, so world or European. Even Asian would be cool. But I could do algebra since I'm good at it, but I hate math


Awesomeness.
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Science, biology specifically. Because all we do is watch movies on evolution and stuff. Also because it's probably my strongest subject despite not majoring in that field.

And if it's not lecture, it would most likely be lab which is fun.
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Science, biology specifically. Because all we do is watch movies on evolution and stuff. Also because it's probably my strongest subject despite not majoring in that field.

And if it's not lecture, it would most likely be lab which is fun.


Science is cool.
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Honestly I think the only thing I am qualified to teach is combat related subjects like marksmanship and various hand to hand techniques. And there is the fact academics bored me stiff .
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