What Kind Of Teacher Would You Be?

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    What is your age?

    • Under 18 Years Old
    • 18 to 24 Years Old
    • 25 to 30 Years Old
    • 31 to 40 Years Old
    • 41 to 50 Years Old
    • 51 to 60 Years Old
    • Over 60 Years Old
  • Question of

    What is your gender?

    • Male
    • Female
  • Question of

    Which of these animals would make the best pet?

    • A playful kitten
    • An energetic dog
    • A talking parrot
    • A clever mouse
  • Question of

    Which of these best describes your best friend?

    • Someone I don’t feel like I have to dumb things down for
    • Someone who I can get outside and be active with
    • Someone who’s fun, but I know they won’t get me into trouble
    • Someone with great, creative ideas
  • Question of

    Which restaurant would you want to go to the most?

    • A restaraunt with healthy, natural foods
    • A fast food place with a playground
    • Somewhere with really exotic foods
    • An up-scale, dressy place
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    How would you seat your students?

    • In pairs so that everyone has a work/study partner
    • Alphabetical order and any trouble students get to sit next to my desk.
    • I’ll let the kids sit wherever they want as long as they pay attention
    • Whatever the computer gives out for a seating chart.
  • Question of

    What subject would you teach?

    • Math
    • English/ Language arts
    • Science
    • History
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    How would you teach your students?

    • Lots of classwork, home work, and tests. And they better takes notes during all of my lectures.
    • Questions and discussion. A little homework and fun projects.
    • Homework and the occasional lecture when I feel I have to…
    • From the book, a few homework assignments and mainly time spent on what I need done for the next club/sport event
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    A fight breaks out in class, what do you do?

    • Talk to the students to find out why they are fighting.
    • Kick the student out of class.
    • Discipline and a trip to the principal’s office.
    • I’ll grab them and scream them into submission and make them stay afterschool for detention.
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    A student is unable to buy basic school supplies, what do you do?

    • Tell them to borrow from someone
    • Deduct points from their grade until they get the needed supplies or make them use the old school supplies in the classroom.
    • Try to help them out and give them the school supplies they are missing.
    • Hand them a pencil and a piece of paper and tell them to come with supplies as soon as they can.
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    How would you decorate your classroom?

    • I would make it as welcoming and pleasant for the students as possible.
    • This is a classroom for learning not an art museum for hippies.
    • Club/sports related posters and some subject related things on a board.
    • *puts an apple on the desk* there done decorating!
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    How would you conduct an exam in your class?

    • Cheating will be punished with an failing grade and a visit to the principal’s office. No calculators!
    • Give them a note card they can look at during the test
    • Give them a standard test and discuss any questions after the test has been completed and graded.
    • Give them a test and if anyone cheats they lose points.
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    How would you make your lessons engaging for your students?

    • Long lectures with notes on the board. They must take notes, no exceptions!
    • Let the smart kid teach the lesson for me
    • Talk about the lesson and then discuss for the rest of the class about my club or sports team.
    • Ask them questions throughout the lesson and discuss any issues pertaining to the material.
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    How would you handle a parent-teacher conference?

    • Work with the student and the student’s parents to come up with a plan to help the student improve.
    • Speak critically of the student and inform the parents to be more strict in regards to their childs study habits.
    • Tell the parents their kids needs more extracurriculars to the the kids brain juices flowing better.
    • Tell the parents that their kid is a good student and needs a little tutoring from someone else.
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    How would you help a student who isn’t doing well in your class?

    • Tell them to study with the smart kid.
    • Tutor them or help them get a tutor.
    • Tell them they are lazy and need to study harder.
    • Give them some notes and help them if they really don’t understand.

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