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MY CAREER SPEECH
Transcript of MY CAREER SPEECH
Did you decide what to be in the future? What is your dream? Well, I have decided mine, and I am going to talk about that right now.
WHAT SKILLS DO WE NEED FOR A SCIENTIST?
MY EXPERIENCE THINKING "I LIKE SCIENCE!"
Now, I am going to tell you about my experience that made me think of scientist is going to be my career. When I was 7 years old, I met my science teacher the first time. He taught me different kinds of experiment. I were very interested in science. He told me some experiments that were very interesting. From then, my career was a scientist.
MY CAREER SPEECH: SCIENTIST
MY CHOICE OF CAREER
I am going to tell you about my choice of career, but before I get in to that, I will tell you what a career is. A career is a job you got for a long time. For example, Mr. Schroeder has been a teacher a long time, so his career right now is a teacher.
My choice of career are scientist a cook, and a pet shop owner. But most of all, I want to be a scientist.
We need to learn science for a long time, and also can handle the science tools very easily. We need to go to a science school, and do math very well. It takes very many time and work to be a scientist.
WHAT MAKES ME THINK OF "OH, I WANT TO BE A SCIENTIST!"
I want to be a scientist even though it is a hard job because science is fun and I like knowing the results of the experiment. All the experiment is fun, and the results are wonderful. Like sometimes, the object turns into a very different thing, and sometimes it changes colour, and other cool stuffs.
I choose my career as a scientist. I think that will be my dream forever because I like scientist. This job will make me happy by doing lots of experiments, and I will get to know a lot of other scientists. Maybe I can get loads of money by getting a Nobel Prize.
Thank you for listening to my speech.