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I was reading an essay "Why I want to be a teacher". I couldn't understand the meaning of a few lines. Please somebody explain it to me.
"Some positive experiences I think I will have as a teacher is seeing my students grow as the year goes along. Another experience I could have is making a lasting expression on one or many of my students. Even being someone that they can come to with anything. Along with making a difference in children’s lives one way or another. But most of all just having my students come to class and have a smile on their faces, seeing them happy and learning will be the best experience of all."
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No wonder you have problems with the underlined text. Even though the writer seems to have a fairly good command of English, some of his sentences, or "sentences", are quite unorthodox as they have no main clause. There are other language problems as well.

Another experience I could have is making a lasting expression on one or many of my students.

It may happen that I make a lasting impression on some students. / I may have such a strong influence on some students that they'll remember me for the rest of their lives.

Even being someone that they can come to with anything.

They may trust me so much that they come and tell me their worries and troubles.

Along with making a difference in children’s lives one way or another.

It may happen that my teaching will somehow change the lives of the children.

CB
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Thanks CB thank you so much.