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    Posted January 19, 2014 by
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    2013: Last Teenage ~live while I am young~

     
    In 2013, I became a second-year university student. I joined in a new class, and met new friends and teachers. Everything changed and I felt that it would be that something new what happen. I only knew just two classmates. I was in the same class as one of them the previous year but I had never talked with any others so I was terribly nervous.  However, I was excited every day when the new year started. I have a part time job and belong to two clubs at school. One is Habitat for Humanity, which is an international volunteer group. The other is glee club. We sing and dance at my university so I think that I am living a full life. Of course I am  tired every day but spending time at school is fun. Also I have started to study the teaching profession. This is really hard because I have to take many subjects related to it, but I have made new friends through my classes, so it has been a pretty good thing. Now, we help each other like a team. During the summer break I went to Utah in the U.S. for three weeks to be a teacher’s assistant at an elementary school. My job was to support the class teacher who was in charge of a third-grade class. I had visited America before, but this was my first time to go there alone. I really enjoyed spending time in Utah. I was able to change my mind though this experience.

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