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I am auditioning to teach for the Princeton Review, and I have 10 minutes to teach a non-academic topic. Any ideas? I think this topic has been done before, but not in a long while.
 

DougTPR

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Aug 9, 2010
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It absolutely doesn't matter what the topic is that you teach for your audition. We aren't looking at the content - we are looking at style, energy, skill, etc. You can teach me how to chew gum and if you teach me how to chew gum in a way I've never seen before I will ask you to come back for a training. It is not until training is complete that you know if you do or do not have a job.

BTW, I audition and train teachers for TPR, so this is info straight from the horse's mouth so to speak. :)