English language teacher Interview Questions
264English Language Teacher interview questions shared by candidates
Also how do you communicate with parents and students but still make it so the student is independent and growing?1 Answers
Communicate with parents and see if they believe their child is performing to their highest capability. Give them ways to encourage their child without completely doing all the work for them. Less
How do you differentiate your lessons?1 Answers
I like to keep the students engaged by not being repetitive in what is being covered each day. For example, I might focus on reading comprehension and literature on one day and then do writing samples the next day. This way, students don't get bored. Less
Why are you qualified to work with low-income students?1 Answers
I grew up in similar circumstances as most of the students.
"Do you want to die in Japan, or die in your own country?"1 Answers
I did not answer.
Recall your favorite teacher at your university, what did you like most about their teaching style? Same question for teacher you liked the least.1 Answers
What was a piece of constructive criticism you've received recently at work?
Describe what "borrow" and "lend" is in simplest terms?1 Answers
I found it kind of unusual for a question like that. I see a lot of companies that are into ALT in Asia ask the same question. As a potential English Instructor, I would find more comparison terms would be more acceptable like: Describe what "where" and "wear" is in simplest terms? ... since they have the same phonetics, but are used in different meanings. For my answer though, "borrow" means to get and "lend" means to give. Less
why do you want to work for nova1 Answers
I want to use my profession even when i am currently living in Japan.
Q: Where I would like to be placed and also, how I would handle disruptive students and transitioning into a rural setting.1 Answers
Honestly and to the best of my knowledge.