When I first stepped into this class I did not know what to expect. It was the second class of my first day in Brooklyn College. When I came in the room I wanted to sit in the front of the room so that I would be able to concentrate on the teacher, but the first row was already fill up so I took the second best thing and sat in the second row. I wanted to make sure I sat in front because I knew that English wasn’t my strongest subject, and I felt that by sitting on the front might be helpful. When you came in I just knew that I didn’t have to sit in the front of the room to pay attention; I knew that wherever I sat I was going to pay attention to you. Your presence was felt as soon as you sat down on the desk in front of the room and started talking.