A bachelors or masters degree in the subject they teach
Adapt teaching methods that meet student’s needs Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments to evaluate students Help students who are struggling Instruct students by lectures and presentations Give students objectives in lessons and make them clear of them
Tools used in a middle school profession include, Bunsen burners, Glass beakers, projectors, laptop computers, and photocopiers Technologies used include, email, Microsoft office, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft excel
Knowledge of the English language- knowledge of the meaning, spelling, and grammar of the English language Knowledge of mathematics- knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, Geometry,
Teaching others- developing educational or training plans, and teaching them to others Getting information- obtaining information from all relevant sources
Instructing- teaching others how to do something Critical thinking- using logic to identify the strengths and weaknesses different answers, conclusions, or approaches to problems Speaking- talking to others to explain information clearly
Deductive reasoning- The ability to use general rules on specific problems to find answers that make sense Oral Expression- The ability to share information through speaking that others will understand
The state and national median pay of the job is $53,100 annually.
I think I would be suited for the job because I can come up with different teaching styles for each persons learning style. Also I like to get to know people better when I can. I am confident that I can give kids a good education.
Challenges Coming up with lesson plans and presentations that are effective and understandable. dealing with class clowns Rewards Seeing your students learning and understanding the lessons and actually enjoying them Seeing the once trouble makers turn into model students
1. What is the best thing about being a middle school teacher. I love this age group. It is very rewarding to help guide a young person! 2.What are some of the challeges you face daily. paper work, students with different ability levels, class size, and not enough time 3.What do consider to be the rewards of teaching. I love teaching, and the reward is to be able to come to school every day and try to educate students. 4.Could you see yourself doing anything but teaching. My next career will involve teaching, but at the college level. 5. What is your favorite teaching moment A lesson that flows and I can tell my plans worked based on the students reaction/comprehension of what was taught!