100 Ideas for Supply Teachers (Continuums One Hundreds) by Julia Murphy

By Julia Murphy

Provide instructing should be very tough - if it isn't the scholars which are being tough it is the permanant participants of employees. Julia Murphy presents 100 rules on the best way to deal with the pitfalls of being a provide instructor. the 1st twenty principles are common functional principles akin to how one can act within the staffroom and what gear is required to get during the day. the remainder sections each one care for an issue and comprise principles resembling hot up actions and the way to hold at the subject if confronted with a couple of lesson with a category. >

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We all speak English, don't we? So how hard can it be? The pupils could write a story, write a review, make up a diary entry ... all of these things come under the wide umbrella of English. However, setting one task at the beginning of the hour is unlikely to keep many classes quiet and on task for the entire lesson. Even if your task for the class is to write a story, break the task down into smaller chunks to ensure there is pace in the lesson. Give them ten minutes to create their characters, and then have some feedback.

If you find yourself with a GCSE group nearing their exams and you're in a room with computers, it's worth pointing the pupils in this direction. shtml The BBC has invested a lot of time, effort and knowledge in their education website, and it's an invaluable resource for teachers and pupils. There are information pages, revision guides and interactive tests, worksheets and resources for teachers, games and a parents' section. This is a website you can use in the classroom, for example by showing animated diagrams or newsreels to the whole class on a whiteboard, or by letting the pupils take it in turns to access computers to work their way through the revision sections.

You don't have to have prepared questions beforehand. Scan the story as you read together and jot down possible questions to ask them. ' Lower ability sets respond better to questions they can answer, and once they are settled you can ask them more detailed questions. For very low ability, you could ask them to draw a picture of one of the characters, and label it with quotations or notes from the story. Short stories can lead on to other work, useful for high ability pupils and classes you see more than once over a week.

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