1. Describe your teaching style?

Your own clearly understanding way in teaching should be shown up, however you should learn some more other teaching styles which are suitable in different learning situations.
Emphasize your ability in adjusting your style to satisfy the needs of students. For instance, with students who are able to learn independently, you can stress on student-centered style. Show the examples that your students and colleagues commended you as a good teacher.

2. Tell me how you develop your daily lesson plan and what do you include?

Add some lesson plans into Your Teacher Profile and consider them as your basic lectures. Describe that you specify the goal of the lesson, the needed conditions for the completed goal, what the necessary materials and recourses, the lesson procedure, assessment and appraisement are.

3. How do you keep your subject up to date?

Teachers have to maintain a constantly developing curriculum. In order to give the high quality instruction, you should express your willingness and competence to keep your subject district in line. A strong positive access between a teacher‟s preparation in their subject issue and their implementation and influence in the classroom is presented in research. Show specific examples of resources which you have to update and improve your subject knowledge such as agreeing with related publications, joining seminars and on-line research.

4. Would you be interested in participating in after- school activities?

In the interview, you should express your enthusiastic, active and attractive plans that you will make at school. If you get the job, you can agree or refuse any after- school activities depending on your schedule and interest.
Pay attention that you are requested to train, direct a club, or help in doing homework, at least until you are tenured. You should take time to learn about school policy because some schools ask for participation as extra-curricular activities.

5. How do you build rapport with your class?

Teacher interview questions and answers about establishing rapport should include an understanding of the role of rapport in contributing to effective teaching. Demonstrate what behaviors you use to develop rapport such as sense of humor, showing interest in the students, availability, encouragement and relating lessons in everyday terms and examples that are relevant to the students.

Give examples of how you have demonstrated these behaviors in the classroom such as finding out something about your students' interests, hobbies, and aspirations.

6. What are your personal and professional goals?

Teachers who are also learners themselves are being looked for by many schools. Show your goals that deal with self- improvement in the teaching skills and the profit which the students, the school and the community can get. Think twice before entering an interview so you can present your goals easily and fluently when being asked.

7. What kind of salary do you want?

A loaded question. A nasty little game that you will probably lose if you answer first. So, do not answer it. Instead, say something like, That‟s a tough question. Can you tell me the range for this position?
In most cases, the interviewer, taken off guard, will tell you. If not, say that it can depend on the details of the job. Then give a wide range.

8. How do you evaluate the success of your teaching?

There is no know-it-all teacher and everyone has to try to be better. According to the assessment, you can recognize which teaching skills are good and which need to be improved. Describe an example in which your lessons are reflected clearly and positives and negatives are stressed. Show the specific approaches of self-evaluation that you used. It is helpful for you to make successes and enhance if necessary. Some other useful approaches are the feedback about sessions from students.

9. What will you do if a lesson doesn't work well?

Sometimes things go out of the plan. Provide a specific instance in which a lesson did not run. Concentrate on analyzing what went wrong and what the weaknesses of the lessons were. Show the way you did to enhance the quality of the lessons such as making the content less complicated, utilizing useful resources, learning the experiences from other teachers and reconsidering your classroom management. You need to know that failures have occurred and you have ability and lucidity to resolve them.

10. How do you plan when starting a new study unit or topic with your class?

You should prove your skills relate to plans and mention all resources, arrangement, performance, controlling and assessment which you prepared in your teacher interview answer. Remember to give specific examples to the interviewer.

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