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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Spanish Lead Teacher was asked...May 12, 2015

What would you do if a child misbehaves?

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hit it

Redirect the child's attention.

Calmly and firmly explain the consequences if they don't behave and be positive about the good things. Less

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Boston Public Schools

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

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The connection between teachers and parents is key to strengthening the well-being, self-esteem, academic progress of students and demonstrating that teamwork is effective and productive. Less

I told the the interviewer how I thought it was paramount to foster relationships between parents and teachers. I said that I stayed in communication with parents in a prior job via email, progress reports, and monthly news letters Less

Salem Keizer School District

What is your experience in teaching Spanish?

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I am a fluent speaker who majored in Spanish in college. I have experience working in a classroom setting through my position as a teacher’s aide that I held at the previous school I worked at. Less

As a Spanish Teacher I provide instruction in reading - reading comprehension, speaking and pronunciation, grammar, writing and understanding de Spanish language and Spanish culture. Less

how can I know you work well with children?

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because I have my own, and I know what it means to teach them how to behave appropriately Less

Rider University

How well I think that I can teach students Spanish grammar

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I think that I can communicate well with my students

Diocese of San Jose

How would I handle discipline concerns that may arise?

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According to the procedures put into place by the school. (demerits, detention, etc.) Less

New Haven Public Schools

thing about the job and the recent job, for example experience of work

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just thinking in in my personal information

Catholic Memorial High School

Will you uphold our Christian values?

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Yes. Absolutely.

Sacred Heart University

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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As best as I could. I read the passage in Spanish trying to give myself time to remember the scoring patter! Less

Strake Jesuit College Preparatory

How would you deal with a complaining parent?

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We give ourselves time to discuss with the student first about why his or her grades are not where they'd like them to be. Then we can involve the parent. Less

Listen the parent without interruption and understand their concern or annoyance and let them know I’m going to fix the situation. Them explain the patentes the rules and the process of the class very nice Less

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