As a writing teacher, I often hear this. Students who are aiming at nursing school tell me that they will just take temperatures and fill in charts. Early Childhood Education people tell me they will just sit on the floor with the children and read stories. Business majors tell me they will just look at stock market reports and click “buy” or “sell” on web pages. Etc., etc., etc.
Wrong, wrong, and wrong.
The nurses who say this are thinking of being an LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse, a curriculum that takes less than a year), not an RN.
The Early Childhood people who say this are thinking of becoming teacher’s aides, not teachers.
The business people who say these things do not intend to ever have clients or to write reports for their supervisors.
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Revised 1/8/20 • Page author: Curtis Allen • e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.