Tell me about a time you effectively convinced a child to complete an assignment they didn’t want to do initially?
This is another behavioral question concerning a circumstance you'll probably face in the classroom. Students may not always want to finish an assignment and hesitate to stick to the rules. Your task is to convince them that the project has a purpose and that they can move to the next activity by completing it.
Example: - "In any case, a student denied to complete the assignment, then it becomes my responsibility to find out the reason behind it and accordingly influence them to finish it." I'd discuss with them why the task was necessary and what benefits they'd get from finishing it. Once they had, I would express my pride in them for completing the assignment."