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Top 10 Adult Basic Education Teachers Interview Questions
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Adult Basic Education Teachers
Adult literacy and General Education Development (GED) teachers instruct adults and youths who are out of school in basic skills, such as reading, writing, and speaking English. They also help students earn their GED or high school diploma.
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Adult Basic Education Teachers Interview Questions
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Why do you want a career as an adult basic education teacher?
 
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I e been teaching adults for two years and I enjoy the challenge of it.
 
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To teach them how to read and write, so that they will become retrate.
 
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Do you ever feel angry towards your students?
 
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No. Not angry. Disappointed sometimes, when I see that they can't remember what I taught them just few days ago.
 
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No, not really because most really try to understand and learn material. Getting angry at the ones that need more time or help to comprehend the material is counterproductive.
 
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Other than tests, how do you assess student learning?
 
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Group work, observing them, check out how they do their classwork.
 
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Give them class works as well as home works to go do them at their homes.
 
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What makes you passionate about being an Adult Basic Education Teacher?
 
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I love to see how the face of the students light up when they finally understand a new concept. I love having good discussions with them, and share everything that I know. Class never gets boring with adults.
 
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Wishing teaching adults to read and write.
 
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How do you handle your anger?
 
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I will act ethically and control my anger in a mature manner.
 
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Taking deep breaths and meditation, and then moving away from the situation. If necessary, the situation can be addressed later, without bad feelings or emotion.
 
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Give an example of a situation where you did something that helped others to be more enthusiastic.
 
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I shared real life stories about people who became successful. I always let them know that's it's ok to fail, but it's not ok not to try to get back up.
 
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Helping my fellow colleagues in studying history test where they dont understand.
 
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How well do you work with people?
 
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Very well I think. I try to be professional with others and meet the expectations from my workplace. My students usually love to be in my class. I am very open with them.
 
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Communicate with them freely and in a friendly and matured manners.
 
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What made you choose a career as an adult basic education teacher?
 
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I tried it as a part time job and I love it. So I would like to keep doing it. I love to counsel students about different path that they can choose. I really enjoy being with the students. I came here at 18 and I didn't know anything about this country. Now I can be a role model and help others.
 
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Because I realise lots of adult people are illitrate in our community.
 
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How do you evaluate success?
 
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By seeing the students growth, learning from their mistake and enjoying the classroom environment.
 
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Good perfomance, good communication and good hygienic.
 
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How do you handle stress and pressure?
 
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It's motivating at some point and I get excited to get things done.
 
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I try to avoid it by completing work in a timely manner, and planning ahead to avoid problems. But in them event that stress finds me, I breathe deeply, and remember what I do, and who I do it for.
 
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What three words would your students use to describe you?
 
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I have fine ears, I'm nice and I like to make them work.
 
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Tough, smart, consistent.
 
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