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Reading teachers are teachers who specialize in reading and literacy. Reading teachers who work with elementary students focus on introducing them to the basics of reading. Those who work with older students encourage them to read more advanced work.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum qualification required for anyone wishing to pursue a career as a reading teacher. Reading teachers are genuinely interested in working with students and helping to improve their reading and literacy.
When you go for your reading teacher interview, the interviewing panel will ask you questions to determine your career interests and goals. Do you genuinely love working with young students? Do you have any experience teaching, tutoring or working with younger children? What are the techniques you would use to help students improve their reading and literacy? How would you handle students who have mental limitations or literacy disorders? Chack out more questions at mock interview questions so you can be better prepared to give compelling answers that demonstrate your proficiency in this field.