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Sample interview questions for teaching in China

Not every interviewer will ask you every one of these questions when you are applying for a job in China. However, if you are prepared to address these questions, you will leave an impression that you were prepared for your job interview, even if there are additional questions that take you by surprise.

Typical questions for candidates teaching in China:
  Why did you decide to become a teacher in China, but not Korea or Japan?
  Have you ever taken care of some Chinese students? Did you enjoy it?
  Are you a positive and energetic person when working in China? (Give an example to back up your answer.)
  If a Chinese student said she thought you were the worst foreign teacher she ever had, what would you say?
  If I were your Chinese principal and we were setting goals for next year, what would they be?
  What is the last book you read about China?
  Have you ever considered publishing an English study book for your Chinese students?
  Tell me about your teaching experience in Asian countries.
  How would you rank these in importance when teaching in China, and why? Planning, discipline, methods, evaluation.
  If a student came to you and said, "My English is the poorest in my class," what would you tell him/her?
   How can you tell that a Chinese student is a good listener when you are teaching?
  Are you an objective person when teaching in class? Give an example.
  What do you want to do at the rest time of your teaching in China?
   What was the most frustrating thing that happened to you as a student teacher?
  How do you handle a large size class for an oral English teaching? 
  How do you handle a child who seems gifted, but is a discipline problem?
  How do you present a new word to a class?
  Describe your student teaching experience. 
  What subjects have you taught in Asian countries or your home country?
  Are you patient when teaching?  Give an example.
  Do you ever feel angry towards your students who are just silent all the time in class?
  What is your educational philosophy?
  If you could create the ideal English school in China, what would it be like?
  Do you like to be challenged by English teaching in China? (Give an example to back up your answer.)
  What do you like most/dislike most about teaching?
  How do you feel about noise in the classroom?  How do you handle noise in the classroom?
  How do you think the relationship between male teachers and female students?


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