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Five Questions with Fernando Tudanca

Molly Repetski, Cub Reporter

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What made you want to become a teacher?

I love working with people and the opportunity to have a face to face contact with people. Being a teacher I thought it would allow me to accomplish that.

If you weren’t a teacher what other career path would you have chosen?

I would have loved to be a singer, actor, or musician because i love singing, acting and music.

What’s the hardest part about being a teacher?

The hardest part of being a teacher is to be able to reach all students in the class and to be able to challenge all.

What’s the best part about being a teacher?

The best part of being a teacher is to see how students progress in the subject area you are teaching and to see how they developed their knowledge as school years go by.

What activity do you do to relive the stess of teachin high school students?

I work out, I sing, and I swim.

 

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