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Adult literacy teachers are committed to teaching adults to read and write. As part of their job, adult literacy teachers create lesson plans, teach adults in classrooms or give individual lessons, assign and correct homework, and set assessment tests. They may work with program coordinators and participate in outreach programs.
You must have a bachelor's degree, a teaching certificate and some classroom experience to be able to work as an adult literacy teacher. You must also be resourceful, patient, and service-oriented, and be committed to teaching adults, Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills are essential qualities for this role.
To land a job as an adult literacy teacher, you must convince the interviewer that you are passionate about this particular role and that you are the best candidate for it. One way to do this is by rehearsing your replies to questions that interviewers typically ask when assessing candidates for adult literacy teacher jobs. You can find these questions listed at Mock Questions.