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Teacher Interview Questions

In addition to showing passion for education, teacher candidates must demonstrate a variety of interpersonal skills including communication, problem solving, and patience. In an interview, be prepared to give an example of a lesson plan, discuss classroom-appropriate behavior, or explain how you would exercise disciplinary action in an uncooperative situation.

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If I were to go into your classroom, what would your class be doing? Tell me about your class.

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We would first be reviewing what we had previously learned, I would introduce the new concept, the students would be given a chance to show their understanding of the new concept, class work would be given and finally homework would be assigned.

How do you integrate beginner language learners with advanced language learners in a small group setting?

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Is it important to you to be friends with your students?

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What I enjoy most about teaching?

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How do I view childcare and the learning environment?

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The most difficult questions were scenarios of what one would do with a student who was proficient in English but did not want to move up to the next level.

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What is your observation technique?

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Do you have any ideas for an indoor craft or project or an outdoor activity?

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1. What would you do if a student was disruptive during a lesson? 2. How would you adjust curriculum to be inclusive of students with special needs? 3. What kind of warm-up exercises would you assign at the beginning of each class?

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What are your instructional strengths and weaknesses?

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