Our lives aren't going to be pen on paper or books forever.
Before, school had been a chore, many times I simply did not feel motivated toward a subject enough to do the homework well, and seeing the same familiar faces around ever since I was 5 years old grew very tiring soon enough.
But I began to see things from a different angle once I became a senior.
I felt even more confident, assure that I would captivate the audience's attention and keep them engaged.
When my presentation started, I gave a signal to my actor which led me to drop my 8 notecards all over the floor.
By then it felt more than just a class and opened my eyes to very different ways of teaching styles.
I believe there is much to learn from this experience, both then and now.
Response From Leslie Servin During my time in high school I had it really good moments, but my best moments that I've experienced are in a particular class during my senior year, in Sacramento, Calif.
So I was basically a new student in these kind of classes and also I'm English learner. I didn't want to do it, but finally I did it and that one was my best moment.
When I went to present I felt afraid, and then when I presented I felt so good for the effort I applied on.
Now I feel so much better than my first day of presentations because I now know that I can do whatever I want to do.