say how much you will teach the students and follow through
Whatever state you are in has a teacher evaluation rubric. They are all similar and require teachers to use effective teaching strategies, have strong content knowledge, use a variety of assessments, communicate with families and the community, and develop professionally. Find your states evaluation rubric and study what it takes to be a proficient teacher. There is a lot more involved than just teaching. Be prepared to explain how you will be a well rounded teacher who involves families, assesses using formative and summative assessments, and how you will develop professionally and be involved in the district community. Also, be prepared to offer specific details on your best lesson ideas! Good luck!
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I posted an answer on your other question:
Make sure that you refer heavily to your hands on experience subbing and training.
Have a good answer ready for why you want to be a teacher.
Have a good answer ready for how you would deal with a disruptive/disobedient/unmotivated student.
Have a sample lesson ready.
By asking them questions about what they the meaning of ''drama'' means and asking them how much experience and what jobs have they done related to this topic.
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