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Lee 1 Hye Y. Lee EL104 Professor Whittenburg Spring 2008 A Teacher or a Nurse Help! Help! I need some help! If you were a middle-aged immigrant whose living expenses exceeded your family’s income every month, what would you do? Not only do I like to study, but the urgent need for money also forces me to try a more professional job than my present one. Since last year, I have been considering my future almost every day: Becoming a teacher or pursuing a career as a nurse. However, the more I think about it, the more confused I am about which way to go. Becoming a teacher is quite different from becoming a nurse in the aspects of requirements, curriculum, and campus location. First of all, a teacher education transfer program requires a higher degree than a nursing program. Consequently, the teacher education transfer program takes far longer to complete. For example, to become an elementary school teacher, I have to take a total of 144 credits, which is two years in a community college and two additional years in a university. I will need at least a
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EL 104 taught by Professor Whittenburg during the Fall '10 term at Montgomery College.

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