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  1. 10th Grade College & Career Project Presented by: Ms. Carmack English 10 Bethel High School

  2. Basic Information about Teaching English • Job Title: English Teacher • Salary Range: $38,000-$70,000 • Industry: Education • Responsibilities: Child care, developing lesson plans, community service, administering SOLs and Benchmarks, attending professional development and/or staff meetings.

  3. How to Become an English Teacher • Step 1: Graduate from High School with diploma or GED. • Step 2: Acceptance to a 4 year university or college that provides a credible Education/Teacher Certification Program. University of Choice: Eastern Michigan University • Step 3: Declare a Major and a Minor • Major: English • Minor: French

  4. How to Become an English Teacher • Step 4: Maintain minimum GPA of 3.0 while completing pre-requisites for the College of Education. • Step 5: Apply and become accepted into the university's College of Education. • Step 6: Meet all requirements in order to become a candidate for the Student Teaching Internship. • Step 7: Complete Student Teaching Internship.

  5. How to Become an English Teacher • Step 8: Register [for] and complete MTTC exams. • Step 9: Meet all remaining requirements in order to graduate from EMU’s College of Education. • Step 10: Apply for a teaching license through the state of Michigan. • Step 11: Apply for teaching jobs.

  6. Why Become an English Teacher?! • They help set the foundation for basic reading and writing skills. • Encourage students to become life long learners. • Actively participate in local communities. • Help students acquire the necessary skills for media and film literacy.

  7. Work Cited Page • http://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/english-teacher-salary-SRCH_KO0,15.htm • www.emich.edu • http://www.mttc.nesinc.com/