Supply teaching can be very difficult - if it's not the students that are being difficult it's the permanant members of staff. Julia Murphy provides one hundred ideas on how to handle the pitfalls of being a supply teacher. The first twenty ideas are general practical ideas such as how to act in the staffroom and what equipment is needed to get through the day. The remaining sections each deal with a subject and include ideas such as warm up activities and how to carry on the topic if faced with more than one lesson with a class.It may be worth collecting together an example of an acrostic poem, a shape poem, one that uses alliteration, and so on. ... a#39;Bouncing baboona#39; is acceptable, but gloomy giraffea#39; doesna#39;t work, because the two words start with different soundsanbsp;...
|Title||:||100 Ideas for Supply Teachers|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2010-07-15|