Ever get really nervous before speaking in front of a class? Well, I usually don't, but before I began to teach my activity for Lab C, I found myself a little nervous. I had to assess another student before my lesson, and while it was getting closer to my time to teach, I found myself telling me to breathe. I wanted to make sure that I did a good job while teaching, trying to cover as many key points as possible. I figured that I wanted to treat this lab very professionally, and try to do the best job that I could. I felt confident in my lesson, and although it was far from perfect, I was satisfied with the way I delivered it, until I went over the the clipboard. Apparently, it wasn't as good as I had originally had expected. The most important thing about my first Lab C "class," was that I learned a lot of things that will help me down the road in Lab D. I am thankful that I learned a few lessons about teaching and teaching style throughout my first Lab C, and am looking forward to being able to utilize the lessons I've learned in future teaching experiences.