MY EVERYDAY HERO
Lucía Ortega Pérez
Kakenya Ntaiya is an everyday hero because she is inspiring change in her native Kenyan village, she is educating girls for the first time. Her work is about empowering the girls, “They are dreaming of becoming lawyers, teachers, doctors” Ntaiya said.
She works as a teacher in a primary school for girls. A typical day for a teacher means starting work at 9.00 am and finishing at 5.00 pm. A teacher works in a primary school or in a secondary school.
At work, Kakenya Ntaiya has to teach girls from 5 to 10 years old, she teaches them to read and write, and sometimes she tell them beautiful stories about their country. To be a teacher you need these skills: patience, comprehensive and fair.
I would like to be a teacher because I enjoy teaching my younger brothers a lot and. Also, it’s a very important job in our society. I would prefer to be a writer because I love novels.