Not normally, unless it is a proper name.
No unless its a specific noun.
It is not necessary to capitalize substitute teacher. However, if the name of the teacher is given it will need to be capitalized.
Yes. It should be American History class.
The H and the M
You would capitalize the words Preschool Teacher's Aide.
To become a teacher, you will have to major in education. You can always minor in history. That should help you get a history teaching position.
No, you would not.
No, the word "science" is a common noun. Proper nouns are capitalized.
You only capitalize 'algebra' and 'history' if they are at the beginning of the sentence or part of a title:Algebra and history are my favorite subjects. Our history book is ' The History of Asia' and it's very interesting. My algebra teacher is very patient.
You capitalise "Biology" as it is a pronoun referring to the field of study of living organisms. However, you do not capitalize "teacher" as it is just a noun.
You do not capitalize the words art teacher. If you were going to write the teachers name, the first letter of the name would be capitalized.
It should only be capitalized if it directly precedes the name of the person with that title.
It was probably a captain of industry, not a captain of history, but in either case, it is not necessary to capitalize.
The French Revolution changed World History.
Yes. Since it is considered a historic event you have to capitalize it.
you should ask your history teacher
Mrs and Jone should be capitalized. If 'language arts' is the full (official) title of the class then it should be capitalized too.
Most texts would capitalize Sunday and School but not the word teacher. Traditionally, Sunday School has been capitalized because it is regarded as a title of an institution.
Yes, because it is a specific type of history.
No it shouldn't be capitalized.
Early Education Teacher