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Spanish teacher Interview Questions

"When interviewing for a Spanish teaching position, you can expect to quizzed on your fluency in Spanish and answer questions about your methods of teaching and ability to work with children, teenagers, or young adults. Be prepared to provide an example of a lesson plan or explain how you'd provide assistance to a struggling student. Be aware that public schools require specific teaching credentials whereas private schools may not."

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What would you do if a child misbehaves?

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Take him out of the classroom and talk to him/ her

I would first give the student a verbal warning or two. If it happens repeatedly and is a disturbance to the classroom, I would ask to speak to him/her separately after class, then consider further disciplinary measures if necessary.

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What is your experience in teaching Spanish?

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How I could engage parents in order to make them feel welcomed in the school community.

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How would I handle discipline concerns that may arise?

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How would you deal with a complaining parent?

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Read this passage and tell me what grade you would give to it. Difficult because I had forgotten to review the grading system.

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Will you uphold our Christian values?

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What is my experience

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How well I think that I can teach students Spanish grammar

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Do you have any more questions for me ?

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