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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I've wanted to become a teacher still might
    My French Teacher said at this point if he had the option he wouldn't become a teacher
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    I wouldn't want to become a teacher, definitely not after being in my school! Plus I can't explain things to save my life!
    Yeah, but as a teacher you could change things...

    Anyway, I'd want to teach too much...

    A Level:
    Chemistry
    French

    GCSE:
    Geography
    Physics
    Mathematics

    which I'd not be allowed... Although I'd even want maths a level but definitely wouldn't happen!

    If I did a Natural Sciences degree... With: physics, chemistry, earth sciences and maths... Surely that would qualify me to teach those?

    And French I could sit some of those exams...?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Yeah, but as a teacher you could change things...

    Anyway, I'd want to teach too much...

    A Level:
    Chemistry
    French

    GCSE:
    Geography
    Physics
    Mathematics

    which I'd not be allowed... Although I'd even want maths a level but definitely wouldn't happen!

    If I did a Natural Sciences degree... With: physics, chemistry, earth sciences and maths... Surely that would qualify me to teach those?

    And French I could sit some of those exams...?
    I think the rule about teaching is that you need to have done the qualification equivalent or above what you are teaching.
    Eg, with your A level in Maths, you could teach A level and below
    I think that's how it works.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Yeah, but as a teacher you could change things...

    Anyway, I'd want to teach too much...

    A Level:
    Chemistry
    French

    GCSE:
    Geography
    Physics
    Mathematics

    which I'd not be allowed... Although I'd even want maths a level but definitely wouldn't happen!

    If I did a Natural Sciences degree... With: physics, chemistry, earth sciences and maths... Surely that would qualify me to teach those?

    And French I could sit some of those exams...?
    You can't really change the students!

    I doubt you'd have enough time to teach all those subjects, let alone do all the other work teachers have to do! On the off chance I would become a teacher, I definitely wouldn't want to teach below GCSE, and probably not GCSE. I guess it would be possible for you to be qualified to teach the subjects, whether you'll physically be able to is another matter!
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    THANK GOD ITS FRIDAY!:yeah::woo:
    -History
    -Maths
    -English
    -Physics
    -Biology

    :work:
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    THANK GOD ITS FRIDAY!:yeah::woo:
    -History
    -Maths
    -English
    -Physics
    -Biology

    :work:
    That looks like a **** day for you.

    Double Chem
    Double English *cries*
    Maths - free period
    History


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    (Original post by Jina)
    That looks like a **** day for you.

    Double Chem
    Double English *cries*
    Maths - free period
    History


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    History and Maths are good, English isn't that bad, Biology at the end might kill though
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    History
    RS
    Lifeskills
    Physics
    PE

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    (Original post by Jina)
    That looks like a **** day for you.

    Double Chem
    Double English *cries*
    Maths - free period
    History


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    Wow. Double English

    English
    Science
    Business- Free
    Maths
    ICT- Free

    Other than English, I got a pretty good day
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    Maths
    Spanish

    Latin
    English

    Chemistry
    History

    Cricket

    LoL
    LoL
    LoL
    LoL

    as if you guys have free periods
    IBers have like 2-3 free periods per week versus A levelers who have like 7-8
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Maths
    Spanish

    Latin
    English

    Chemistry
    History

    Cricket

    LoL
    LoL
    LoL
    LoL

    as if you guys have free periods
    IBers have like 2-3 free periods per week versus A levelers who have like 7-8
    We do! They put us in a room with a supply teacher and while I distract the guy to talk to me ... The rest play bus stop and dares.


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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    History and Maths are good, English isn't that bad, Biology at the end might kill though
    I live for my Biology lessons.


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    Physics
    Chemistry
    Free period x2
    ICT
    Maths


    Using the TSR app ~ Smile, you are amazing!
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I think the rule about teaching is that you need to have done the qualification equivalent or above what you are teaching.
    Eg, with your A level in Maths, you could teach A level and below
    I think that's how it works.
    If it works like that, great!

    (Original post by Vionar)
    You can't really change the students!

    I doubt you'd have enough time to teach all those subjects, let alone do all the other work teachers have to do! On the off chance I would become a teacher, I definitely wouldn't want to teach below GCSE, and probably not GCSE. I guess it would be possible for you to be qualified to teach the subjects, whether you'll physically be able to is another matter!
    Time would be the issue... If I had to cut down... Chemistry/French/Maths
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    Weathers not great today.


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    If it works like that, great!



    Time would be the issue... If I had to cut down... Chemistry/French/Maths
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2188371 just to confirm
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    Wow. Double English

    English
    Science
    Business- Free
    Maths
    ICT- Free

    Other than English, I got a pretty good day
    Universal hatred for English! And to think I used to love English with my previous teacher.


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    Nice day today :daydreaming: :moon:

    edit: ok wtf, seconds after posting that there's like a storm outside
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    Yay!
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    Guess who gets no frees next year! :emo:
 
 
 
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