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A Handbook for First Year Teachers: Ready, Set, Go! (Teacher by Memory L. Schorr

By Memory L. Schorr

Brimming with thought and ideas, this publication is a uncomplicated how-to advisor for brand new fundamental lecturers and schooling scholars. the writer offers an entire first-day plan, mum or dad interplay techniques, and concepts for developing studying facilities and integrating seasonal actions. Written in a conversational kind, the textual content is punctuated with a laugh and poignant tales from the author's 32 years in fundamental school rooms. a mess of counsel for practise and luck equip clients for his or her first 12 months of training. moreover, veteran academics will locate fresh rules to raise them out of the school room doldrums and nourish their love of training. A needs to learn for brand new lecturers, this ebook is a useful addition to the pro library and a convenient source for principals and supervisors who advisor and inspire academics. Grades 1-3.

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I tell these parents I am most happy to provide an individualized, quality, and challenging education for their youngster within the time constraints of my obligations to all students. It is not up to me to judge who is talented and who isn't. Parents do know their children best, and I would rather work with parents who hold their children in highest regard than those who are not the least interested in what happens to their children once they enter school. Other parents want me to be aware of special physical needs, ranging from peanut butter allergies to seizure disorders.

Libraries Unlimited, 1982. Holt, John. What Do I Do Monday? New York: Stratford Press, 1970. , and Mavis D. Martin. Supporting Literacy: Developing Effective Learning Environments. New York: Teachers College Press, 1987. < previous page page_17 next page > < previous page page_18 next page > Page 18 Mallett, Jerry J. Reading Bulletin Boards and Displays. : Center for Applied Research in Education, 1988. *Spizman, Robyn. All Aboard with Bulletin Boards. : Good Apple, 1983. < previous page page_18 next page > < previous page page_19 next page > Page 19 2 Get Set By now, I hope you have been able to use and investigate your classroom, so that you can plan and actually begin to prepare it well before children arrive for that momentous first day.

The bulletin board was hilarious and a big hit on Back-to-School Night. Create a large school bus, city bus, covered wagon, hot-air balloon, blimp, ocean liner, sailboat, train, or airplane out of butcher paper. Incorporate enough windows or portholes so that you and every child can display a selfportrait. Give everyone a circle of white paper the size of a quart jar lid. Have the children create self-portraits using crayons, markers, and bits of colored yarn or construction paper for hair. As with many activities, be sure to include yourself and model by creating your own self-portrait first.

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