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Saturday, December 15, 2012

BIG PLANS- Read 20

Clifton Hills is fortunate to have such a caring community of helpers who make sure our students are introduced to enriching literature. We have had the Read 20 program as part of Hamilton Co. since 2006 and I know my students look forward to being visited by the Read 20 bookmobile!

When Mr. Payne visited on Thursday, my students insisted that I ask him if he would like to be interviewed by our class. Of course he said yes. Who wouldn't like to be featured here at General Delk's Army?

So, here we go!


1. What is the highest degree needed for this profession?
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  2. What are some specific classes or skills you had to work on?
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  3. What does your work day look like?
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 4. Do you use any special equipment in your field?
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 5. What specific position do you hold in your company/ job?
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 6. How long did you have to practice before you got your job?
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 7. What is the starting salary for your profession?
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Thank you, Mr. Payne! We look forward to seeing you again!

 



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