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Online English Teacher was asked...January 30, 2017

Are you able to work a minimum of 7.5 hours per week?

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My answer was "yes."

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How many years experience do you have?

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How can you engage a student that is off task?

I have 2 years experience

Give the student a different task

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51Talk

They just let you confirm if you are willing to teach young children and let you sing a nursery rhyme.

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I assure them that I have passion in teaching especially little children and I sing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. Some of the process is actual training and more on how to become an Online English Teacher. Less

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Qkids

Do you have an associates degree?

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I have a bachelors

I need a little more time to get all the puppets the board or may I use a 3 board opening ? It looks like three way story board? I need more time. Less

I attended a 4 year college for the equivalent of three years from 1980-until 1983. I have 65 credits hours and taught Was an inclusion Teacher Assistant for 23 years for Austin Independent School District . I worked Elementary, Middle and High School levels. I earned a Teacher Assistant Certification. I retired December 1918.. Less

51Talk

How do you explain something to a kid who is a beginning English learner and might not understand most of what you say?

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You can use a lot of gestures and visual representations because a kid will be able t distinguish pictures and the word that you are saying for that object. Less

use real objects sign language

I will see to it that i will deliver the words of my lesson properly word per word, and find some other ways to cater the deepest needs of the kid in order for him to understand fully the lesson.Maybe give more examples , sign language and more. Less

Native Camp

You need to follow lesson flow, correct mistakes. And explain words or grammar if needed. Use chatbox a lot.

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That’s OK

Ok

That's OK

Oakary

Interview questions depend on the companies I'm being contacted with, but generally about my educational background and online English teaching experience. Many of them have a mock section that recruiter pretends to be a student and learning English the first time.

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English was my major at the University. I followed with a B.S. in Psychology. I have 14 years teaching English and Music. Less

I have a BA in Spanish, but English is my maternal language. I love languages and enjoy sharing this passion with others. I worked for the Cesar Chávez Foundation as a tutor and as a Lead Teacher with the Si Se Puede After School Program. I also tutored students at the Dual Language Academy of Monterey Bay (DLAMP), where I offered assistance to students with their reading/writing skills in both English and Spanish. Less

Offer honest answers and the most important quality that the recruiter looks for that a teacher is passionate about teaching and engaging. Less

51Talk

Describe yourself as a teacher

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Overview 1.4k Reviews 9 Jobs 197 Salaries 329 Inter­views 323 Benefits 78 Photos Interview Question Home-based Online English Teacher InterviewPasig, Rizal (Philippines) Describe yourself as a teacher Add Tags Interview Answer 2 Answers ▲ 2 ▼ I can describe myself as friendly, enthusiastic and respectful. As a teacher, we can easily get respect from the students if they would feel respected first. First, English is a language and not a basis of intelligence. We might be better than our students when it comes to speaking and understanding English but they might be more intelligent and talented than us. It just so happened that our country has been open to different dialects when it comes to learning. I am enthusiastic because i want my students to feel that i am higly spirited and faithful that i can teach them well, they can adopt it and they will become better when it comes to verbal, written and comprehension of the language. I am friendly because i want to make my students feel that speaking English can empower them to share ideas and do business outside their nation and throught it, the opportunities that they can get are limitless. Less

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I can describe myself as friendly, enthusiastic and respectful. As a teacher, we can easily get respect from the students if they would feel respected first. First, English is a language and not a basis of intelligence. We might be better than our students when it comes to speaking and understanding English but they might be more intelligent and talented than us. It just so happened that our country has been open to different dialects when it comes to learning. I am enthusiastic because i want my students to feel that i am higly spirited and faithful that i can teach them well, they can adopt it and they will become better when it comes to verbal, written and comprehension of the language. I am friendly because i want to make my students feel that speaking English can empower them to share ideas and do business outside their nation and throught it, the opportunities that they can get are limitless. Less

Qkids

Why do you want to work for QKids?

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My interest is specifically honed to teach students of all categories, from beginners to intermediate levels. Possessing some aesthetic sense, I like working on promotional activities and providing insight into what I believe the students will be most drawn to. Less

Through my professional hands-on experiences, I developed skills in various aspects of working with students of various categories through effective implementation of promotional activities. Researching and following modern teaching techniques to establish unique promotional campaigns is something I took a great fancy to. Less

VIPKid

How do you think you did? (Referring to the lesson you just presented)

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They will call you out if you are overly critical of yourself. Make sure to point out your strengths as well as weaknesses. Less

"A high standard for their staff"....that's a joke. The two native English people who did my mock interviews were lacking in their own education. One did have a bachelor's degree, but no previous teaching experience or training. The second had her associates, no prior teaching experience either, and constantly said "ax" rather than pronouncing the word properly as "ask." Less

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