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Education#3: What specific high school classes and activities would be most helpful in preparing for this career? What type of education or training would you need after high school?
Answer:Is really important that high school teachers have a bachelor's degree in chemistry and courses other sciences, math, and education.Two years colleges is require their instructors to have a master's degree. Chemistry faculty at four year colleges and universities as well as M.S. and Ph.D.
Work Setting#4: How many hours would you generally work? What would your work environment be? Would your job be stressful? What would you like and dislike about the work setting?
Answer: It depends on what district your working for such as middle school, high school, or calloge. My work enviroment would be stresful because I would be trying to make sure every one understands the consept of todays lessons. And the people that didn't turn their homework on time I have to look over that over the weekends. It would be most likely to be stressful but is all worth it.I would like everything about my job but I won't like to grade paper over the weekends or during my vaction.
Wages and Benefits Entry wages #5: How much would a worker in this occupation generally start at?
Answer:Public and private school have similar pay scales. The largest difference in a pay arises from the contract; the longer the contract, the higher is the salary. For some teacher have insurance other depends on the district or state.But they do get vations and days that they are sick but the only get paid how many days they work that's why some perfor to have their yearly salary spread out over a 12 month period so they can have money over the summer.I think this a great amount to have and it supports you in your income and living style. This life style I would say in the middle class.
Employment Outlook #6: What is the occupational outlook for this career? Is there a positive or negative outlook for this type of job?
Answer: The job for chemistry faculty is tough. It can be negative or positive either way because, you may so many student's in just one class or people don't turn in things in time. But some of the positive things you can look is looking forward to teach new things and loving your job.
Personal Characteristics#2: Do you have qualities that would compliment the day to day duties? Do you have the qualities to do this particular job? Does this career fit your personality? What personal values does this career provide that are important to you?
Answer:Yes, I do because for this job you need to be patience with kids as their doing their work.Is important to feel enthusiastic about the subject and truly interested in the students.Also you need to caring and willing to go the extra mile for students. Don't get frustrated by students' lack of understanding, or to turn in work on time.This job fit's me and every kind of way I can imagen. Is really important to take the time to understand and get to know your student so you know what kind of person they are.
Job Description/Duties #1:Describe the job and what would be your day to day responsibilities? Would you have to travel, work in a cubical, or do experiments everyday?
Answer: Chemical teachers give lectures, conduct discussions, and organize and supervise labs. And organize things they grade paper. Responsiblilites I would have to make sure everyone gets the consap of the lecture we're having. Making sure I have graded their papers. Oberserve around and making sure their doing it rite when it comes to a chemical lab. I talk to students and parents about what we're doing in class and what I do.
Personal Assessment #7:Explain why you think this occupation would or would not be right for you. How does it fit your personality, interests, values, educational plans?
Answer:This job would be so rite for me because one i'm very helpful I love teaching when I know I'm rite. I like it because you get to see new people each year. You may cross a point where you and your students are like close as friends. Teachers are there to help you not to hurt you to push you not to give up. And I like doing that I like pushing people until they see their results better. My personality is happy, and always having a smile, helpful, and funny. And this rite here fits me and every kind of way.
1st Period, Reina Sanchez Careers in Chemistry